Several people are feared to have been killed in a fire at a traveller site south of Dublin.
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Twin explosions have killed at least 20 people in the centre of the Turkish capital, according to the Dogan news agency.
Islamic State fighters are said to have seized several villages close to the Syrian city of Aleppo, despite a Russian bombing campaign that Moscow says has targeted the militant group.
The US airman who helped foil a terror attack in France is "in good spirits" and able to get out of bed after being repeatedly stabbed in a fight earlier this week.
North Korea is holding a massive military parade to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the governing Workers' Party.
It came to be known as The Miracle in The Andes.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Harry are quickly becoming global ambassadors for mental health, a leading charity has told Sky News.
Controversial changes to the Lotto come in this weekend which experts say make it three times harder to hit the jackpot.
Barack Obama has said Americans must "come together" to find a way to stop devastating gun violence like the mass shooting last week at an Oregon college.
The former boss of Marks and Spencer will head the campaign to keep Britain in the EU.
Businessman Shrien Dewani says he became the victim of a "witch hunt" after a gang who killed his wife were allowed to "get away with murder".
FIFA is to hold an extraordinary executive committee meeting on 20 October following the suspension of president Sepp Blatter.
Former Antiques Roadshow presenter Hugh Scully - who hosted the show for 20 years - has died aged 72 at his home in Cornwall.
Two of the leading shareholders in SABMiller, the owner of Grolsch and Peroni, are urging its board to stand firm against a £68bn takeover bid from the US-based brewer of Budweiser.
Sky News has been given a rare glimpse of Pyongyang's underground system.
Detectives have recovered more of the stolen jewellery from the £20m Hatton Garden raid.
Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson has insisted it was his duty to report allegations of child abuse that centred on former home secretary Lord Brittan.
The United States is abandoning its train-and-equip programme aimed at producing over 5,000 rebels to fight in Syria, according to sources travelling with US defence chief Ash Carter.
A mentally ill mother fell off a cliff and died with her newborn baby after a "chain of failures" by mental health professionals, a coroner has ruled.
Teenager Clayton Williams has appeared in court in connection with the death of PC Dave Phillips.
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