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At least 220 dead as Mexico death toll rises

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Rescue teams in Mexico are working round the clock to search for survivors of a devastating earthquake, with the number killed expected to top 220.

Missing quake children 'WhatsApp relatives'

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Relatives say children missing after a school collapsed in Mexico's deadly earthquake have sent WhatsApp messages.

Maria hits Puerto Rico and heads to Dominican

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Hurricane Maria has weakened after pummelling Puerto Rico, but there are warnings it could regain strength as it heads towards the Dominican Republic.

High stakes as US and S Korea stage joint drills

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As Donald Trump threatens North Korea with destruction, United States and South Korean forces are conducting a four-day military exercise close to the Korean border.

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Fed to unwind $4.2tn stimulus from October

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The US Federal Reserve has confirmed it will start to unwind its massive asset purchase, or quantitative easing (QE), programme from next month.

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Boxing legend Jake LaMotta dies aged 95

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Jake LaMotta, who was portrayed by Robert De Niro in Raging Bull, has died aged 95.

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Parsons Green suspects lived in 'halfway house'

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The two latest men being questioned over the Parsons Green tube attack were arrested in a raid on a "halfway house" for asylum seekers, neighbours have said.

Johnson faces awkward 7-hour flight with PM

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Boris Johnson is to share a potentially awkward seven-hour flight with the Prime Minister just days after his explosive Brexit intervention.

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Fears thousands left homeless by Mexico quake

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There are fears thousands of people could have been left homeless by Tuesday's earthquake in Mexico, as rescue work continues.

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England women's football boss sacked

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The Football Association has announced it has sacked England women's football manager Mark Sampson after evidence of "inappropriate behaviour".

Ryanair issues plea to axed flight customers

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Ryanair has pleaded with customers affected by the cancellation of 2,100 of its flights to "bear with us" as it gets to grips with refunds and rescheduling.

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Sarah Connor will 'be back' for Terminator 6

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Linda Hamilton will reprise her role as Sarah Connor in the sixth Terminator film, 26 years since her last appearance.

Suspicious item that shut M1 'highly corrosive'

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The suspicious object that led to part of the M1 being closed for several hours is believed to be hydrochloric acid, police have said.

Britain First leaders charged with harassment

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Britain First leader Paul Golding and his deputy Jayda Fransen have been charged with causing religiously aggravated harassment.

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Spanish police arrest Catalan govt officials

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Police have arrested at least 12 people in raids on Catalan government offices, ahead of an independence referendum authorities in Spain are calling illegal.

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Fears Bali volcano could erupt amid tremors

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Hundreds of small tremors have raised fears of an impending volcanic eruption on the holiday island of Bali.

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Why are there so many earthquakes in Mexico?

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Mexico has a deadly and unlucky history with earthquakes.

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Two more arrests over Parsons Green attack

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Two more men have been arrested in South Wales over the Parsons Green terrorist attack, police say.

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UK 'to offer €20bn for Brexit divorce bill'

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The Government is reportedly prepared to pay €20bn (£17.7bn) to meet its financial obligations to the European Union after Brexit.

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IS cell planning Europe attacks 'has moved'

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The Islamic State strike cell that plans and encourages attacks on Europe has moved but still exists, Sky News has been told.

Tuesday, Sep 19

Frantic search for Mexico quake survivors

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More than 200 people have been killed in an earthquake in central Mexico - including at least 21 children whose school collapsed on them.

Puerto Rico a 'ghost town' as it braces for Maria

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The Puerto Rican capital of San Juan is being described as a “ghost town” as residents take emergency precautions and hunker down ahead of the potentially catastrophic storm.

Trump threatens to 'totally destroy' N Korea

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Donald Trump has said the United States will "totally destroy" North Korea if it is threatened by the regime.

Island's PM saved amid 'mind-boggling' carnage

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Dominica's Prime Minister says 160mph winds and hours of rain from Hurricane Maria have caused "mind-boggling, widespread devastation" across the former British colony.

Monday, Sep 18

Dominica islanders trapped as Maria hits

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Hurricane Maria has ripped through the Caribbean island nation of Dominica, devastating the former British colony.

'Boris is Boris': May slaps down Johnson

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Theresa May has slapped down Boris Johnson over his unauthorised intervention on Brexit, asserting her control over the negotiations as she batted away his demands.

Police get more time to question bomb suspects

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Police have been given more time to question two men over Friday's terror attack at Parsons Green Underground station, Scotland Yard says.

Rooney says sorry to family over driving ban

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Wayne Rooney has apologised for letting his family down "very badly" after pleading guilty to drink-driving while his pregnant wife was on holiday .

Sunday, Sep 17

May flying to Canada for trade deal talks

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Theresa May is flying to Canada to "prepare the ground" for a post-Brexit trade deal, after deep Cabinet splits emerged once more over her Government's approach to leaving the EU.

Terror threat level lowered after arrests

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The UK's terror threat level has been lowered from 'critical' to 'severe', Home Secretary Amber Rudd has announced.

Boris Johnson 'back-seat driving' on Brexit

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Boris Johnson has been accused of trying to undermine Theresa May by "back-seat driving" the Brexit negotiations.

House searched after new arrest in bomb inquiry

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Police and forensic teams are searching a property in Stanwell in Surrey following the arrest of a second man by officers investigating the Parsons Green terror attack.

Saturday, Sep 16

Anti-terror police tell residents: 'Get out'

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Residents were told they had just a minute to leave their homes as armed officers searched a property in the wake of the Tube terror blast.

Foster couple's home searched by terror police

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A Surrey home searched by anti-terror police investigating the Parsons Green bombing is owned by an elderly foster couple honoured for their work with child refugees.

'Significant' arrest over Parsons Green bombing

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An 18-year-old man has been arrested in the port area of Dover in connection with the Parsons Green bombing.

Hunt for bomb suspects as UK on highest alert

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A hunt is under way for the suspects behind the Parsons Green Tube bomb, as the UK's terror threat is raised to its highest level.

Friday, Sep 15

UK terror threat raised from severe to critical

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The UK's terror threat level has been raised from severe to critical, indicating a further attack may be imminent.

PM: Device intended to cause significant harm

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Theresa May has said an improvised explosive device that exploded on a packed Tube train was "intended to cause significant harm".

'Fireball flew down carriage and we jumped'

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Passengers travelling on a London Underground train halted by an explosion have described the moments immediately following the bomb attack.

North Korea 'fires ballistic missile' over Japan

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North Korea has fired a ballistic missile over Japan, the Japanese government has said, strongly condemning Pyongyang's latest "intolerable provocation".