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Plane’s beach landing kills Lisbon sunbathers

A light plane has killed two sunbathers after making an emergency landing on a beach near Lisbon. ...

Poland considering demanding WWII reparations from Germany

Poland is considering whether to ask for reparations from Germany for damage caused during the Second World War. ...

Dow Jones Industrial Average breaches 22,000 points as Apple soars

The Dow Jones Industrial Average has smashed through the 22,000 points barrier for the first time, leaving the US stock market on track...

Kremlin says US stance on Russia sanctions is ‘contradictory’

The Kremlin has accused the US of issuing "conflicting" statements regarding new sanctions on Russia. ...

US wants dialogue with North Korea ‘at some point’, says Rex...

The US would like a dialogue with North Korea "at some point", but only on the understanding that it can never be a...

Barcelona confirm Neymar will leave as world record PSG move edges...

Barcelona have confirmed Neymar is leaving the club, amid reports he is close to joining Paris Saint-Germain for a world record fee of...

Facebook used in people smuggling networks, researchers find

People smugglers who offer to illegally transport people into Europe are advertising their services openly on Facebook, researchers have found. ...

Malaysia confiscates nearly £750,000 of ivory tusks and pangolin scales

Ivory tusks and pangolin scales worth almost four million Malaysian ringgits (£750,00) have been seized at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. ...

President Trump wants more US access to UK agricultural markets

Donald Trump has confirmed he expects a "major trade deal" with the UK after Brexit will include reciprocal deals in financial services and...

One million malnourished children at risk of cholera

More than a million children are suffering from malnutrition amid a deadly cholera outbreak in Yemen, says Save the Children. ...

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