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The family of US hostage Steven Sotloff have seen a video which purportedly shows him being beheaded by an Islamic State fighter, and are grieving privately.
Leaked nude photos of Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence and other female celebrities were deliberately targeted and not the result of a system-wide breach, Apple has claimed.
An American doctor working in Liberia has tested positive for the ebola virus, a US missionary group confirmed.
The parents of Ashya King have been freed from custody in Madrid and are believed to be heading to Seville for a meeting with their lawyer.
The US and UK are investigating a video which purportedly shows the beheading of US hostage Steven Sotloff by an Islamic State militant who warns that a British hostage will be next.
The final cost of converting the Olympic Stadium could rise by £15m because of complications in work to install a new roof, Sky News has learned.
Justin Bieber faces new charges following an alleged "altercation" near his hometown of Stratford in Canada.
Twelve more victims have come forward with allegations of child sexual abuse in Rotherham, police have said.
The director general of the BBC has told MPs the broadcaster would "never have run the story" over a planned search of Sir Cliff Richard's home if police had warned it would be "damaging" to the in
A groom has spent his wedding night in police custody after allegedly harassing a waitress at the reception and then getting into a brawl.
Britain's biggest employers' lobbying group is mounting an attempt to rebuild public confidence in business just months before a General Election campaign that is likely to include pledges to tackl
An earthquake that shook Northern California this month was due to the lesser-known West Napa Fault, according to scientists studying images from a new satellite.
Video has emerged of Liberian ebola clinic workers dressed in contamination suits chasing an escaped patient through the streets after he left a treatment centre to visit a market.
The Uber ridesharing service has been banned from operating in Germany pending a court hearing on whether it meets transport safety laws.
The Chancellor has revealed that he will deliver his Autumn Statement on December 3.
Radiotherapy cures more people of cancer than any drug.
Police have released pictures of a 66-year-old woman who was stabbed in the arm with a ballpoint pen in the an attempt to track down her attacker.
Premier League clubs spent a record £835m in the summer transfer window that closed on Monday, a 30% increase on the previous highest figure set last summer.
National Grid has brought forward plans to tap additional power capacity over the winter after unexpected plant outages raised the risk of shortages.
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