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Severed legs found in rubbish bin in Rome

Sky News / US News

Police in Rome have launched a murder investigation after a pair of severed legs was found in a rubbish bag.

Desperate search for survivors after mudslide

Sky News / World

Only when stood at the foot of the Sugar Loaf mountain do you get a sense of the enormity of this disaster.

Mugabe's wife seeks immunity in assault case

Sky News

Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe is requesting diplomatic immunity after being accused of assaulting a 20-year-old model, South African police say.

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Length of Big Ben silence to be 'considered'

Sky News / US News

Parliamentary officials are going to take soundings over how long Big Ben's bongs should be silenced during renovations.

Man arrested over alleged kidnapping of model

Sky News / UK

A second man has been arrested by police investigating the alleged kidnapping of a British model.

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Amazon to create 1,000 jobs at new UK centre

Sky News / Business

Amazon is continuing its investment in the UK, with the online retail giant unveiling plans for a new distribution centre near Bristol which will create 1,000 new permanent jobs.

'Several thousand still missing' in Sierra Leone

Sky News / World

Several thousand people are still missing in Sierra Leone after heavy rain caused mudslides, a charity has told Sky News.

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Thieves steal 20 tons of Nutella and chocolate

Sky News / US News

German police have warned anyone with a sweet tooth who may be offered large quantities of chocolate to report it after thieves made off with 20 tons of Nutella and other treats in a stolen lorry trailer.

Moped gang storm exclusive London jewellers

Sky News

A manhunt is under way after a gang of robbers smashed their way through an exclusive Chelsea jewellery shop, making off on three mopeds.

Govt wants no physical changes to Irish border

Sky News / UK

No border posts or physical monitoring should be installed at the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, the Government said as it unveiled plans for one of the most contentious Brexit issues.

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NHS compensation soars over birth negligence

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The cost of compensating patients seriously harmed by negligent care in the NHS has become "unsustainable", officials have warned.

Obama's Charlottesville response makes history

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An anti-racism social media post by Barack Obama in response to the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville has become the most-liked tweet in history.

'Kiwis under the bed' row heats up in Australia

Sky News / World

Australia and New Zealand are engaged in a diplomatic spat over claims Kiwi politicians conspired with Australia's opposition to topple the government.

May: UK could replace EU peace funding for NI

Sky News / UK

Britain will consider replacing some European Union funding for peace projects in Northern Ireland after Brexit, Theresa May has said.

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Roman Polanski faces new child abuse claim

Another woman has accused director Roman Polanski of sexually abusing her when she was 16.

Walnut Whip without the walnut? Whatever next?

Sky News / Business

"Walnut Whip without the walnut? Whatever next?" - one Twitter user exclaimed.

UK's new £3bn warship arrives at new home

Sky News / UK

Britain's biggest-ever warship has arrived at its base in Portsmouth for the first time.

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Employment at record high - but wages still weak

Sky News / Business

The UK's jobless rate hit its lowest level since 1975 - but average earnings continued to lag behind inflation in the three months to June, official figures show.

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May criticises Trump's protest response

Sky News / US News

Theresa May has criticised Donald Trump for comments he made on Tuesday regarding the Charlottesville protest, saying there is "no equivalence" between fascists and their opponents.

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PM says 'not right' for Big Ben to be silent

Sky News

Theresa May has attacked plans for Big Ben to be kept silent for four years while restoration work takes place.

Daniel Craig 'can't wait' to play Bond again

Daniel Craig has confirmed he will play 007 for the last time in the upcoming film Bond 25.

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Billing errors cost energy customers £102m

Sky News / Business

Billing blunders by energy firms cost customers more than £102m last year, figures reveal.

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Unvarnished Trump fuels Charlottesville flames

Sky News

It was billed as a structured announcement about infrastructure.

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Manchester 'hero' in court over alleged thefts

Sky News / UK

A homeless man who was hailed a hero after the Manchester terror attack has appeared in court charged with stealing from two of the victims.

Eclipse will cause 'greatest ever' tourist influx

Sky News / US News

Millions of tourists are expected to take to the roads in the US in the coming days to view a once-in-a-century total solar eclipse.

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Freak dinosaur may be the missing link

Sky News

A freak dinosaur with a mixture of different features may have been the missing link between plant eaters and predators, scientists say.

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HMS Queen Elizabeth: A true feat of engineering

Sky News / US News

My first introduction to the awe-inspiring power of the Royal Navy's carrier force came aged just 10 years old, on a visit to see HMS Ark Royal R09 in Edinburgh.

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David Davis ex-aide to launch anti-Brexit party

Sky News / Politics

The Brexit Secretary's former chief of staff has confirmed he will launch a new political party to put the brakes on Britain's departure from the EU.

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UK plans 'frictionless' Brexit Ireland border

Sky News / UK

The Government is set to outline how it hopes to maintain a "frictionless and seamless" border between Northern Ireland and the Republic when the UK leaves the customs union.

Trump: 'Blame on both sides' for Charlottesville

Sky News / US News

Donald Trump has insisted there was "blame on both sides" during the Charlottesville clashes that left a 32-year-old woman dead.