Carlsberg has issued a profit warning after sanctions against Moscow hit its vast Russian lager market.
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An expert in radicalisation has warned that Britons are at the forefront of the Islamic State conflict in Iraq and Syria and could be called upon to carry out attacks in the UK.
David Cameron is cutting short his holiday in Cornwall and returning to Downing Street following the beheading of a US journalist.
Newly-revealed minutes from the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee show its members were split on a potential interest rate rise.
Respect MP George Galloway has been interviewed under caution by police over a speech in which he declared Bradford an "Israel-free zone".
At least 18 people have died and more than a dozen are missing after a mudslide on the outskirts of Hiroshima.
Twitter has said it will remove images and videos of dead people at the request of immediate family members.
Argentina has unveiled new legislation aimed at skirting a US ruling, after it defaulted on payments to large hedge funds.
A veteran rock climber has died in a fall in Yosemite National Park just hours after asking his girlfriend to marry him.
Police charged crowds of protesters and arrested 47 people in Missouri as tensions flared following the shooting dead of a "knife-wielding" suspect by police in St Louis.
UK-based Standard Chartered bank is to pay $300m (£180m) to US regulators over its failure to improve anti-money laundering provisions and stop financial crime.
People in a relationship who consistently emotionally and psychologically bully their partner could face jail under Government plans.
A friend and colleague of the US journalist apparently beheaded in a video released by militants has said he died doing something "he truly believed in".
A worker has died after plummeting from the fire-damaged Eastbourne Pier.
Eight out of 10 18-year-olds think it is too easy for young people to see pornography online, according to a new survey.
Islamic State militants have released a video that purportedly shows the beheading of a US journalist who went missing two years ago.
Kurdish people living in Britain have told Sky News they are willing to travel to Iraq and join the fight against Islamic State forces.
Lord Rennard will face no further disciplinary action over claims of harassment by four women, the Liberal Democrats have said.
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