Two people have been treated by medics after a gas main exploded, starting a large fire at a business park.
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A high-ranking member of the Canadian Mafia has been gunned down near his home - the latest killing linked to a power struggle in the country's criminal underworld.
A gas explosion has ripped through a flat in West Dunbartonshire leaving two people in hospital.
Two thirds of fire services in the UK and half of police forces are now using drones or are planning to, Sky News has learned.
A UK citizen has been jailed for 40 years in the United States after plotting to carry out a suicide bomb attack at Heathrow Airport.
The US military has said American special ops troops were not authorised to wear the patches of Kurdish forces while advising them in Syria, after Turkish leaders protested.
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A former head of the Royal Navy has called for a blockade of the Libyan coast to stop people smugglers from trafficking people to Europe.
One of the world's biggest cinema chains has hired bankers to prepare a blockbuster stock market listing in London, Sky News can reveal.
More than 70 Islamic State fighters, including the group's leader in Fallujah, have been killed in US-led coalition airstrikes on the Iraqi city.
Health officials have dismissed calls for this summer's Rio Olympics to be postponed or moved over the Zika crisis.
Detectives are appealing for information about a Mr Whippy ice cream van used in a string of cash-for-crash insurance frauds.
A hardline French union is planning to disrupt public transport and emergency services around Euro 2016 games.
Code that hackers used to steal $100m (£68m) from a Bangladesh bank is similar to that used by hackers that broke into Sony two years ago, cybercrime researchers say.
The 96-year-old surgeon credited with developing the world-famous Heimlich manoeuvre has used the emergency technique for the first time to save a choking woman.
Pilot Nadezhda Savchenko has told Ukrainians she will become the country's next president if that's what they want her to do.
An Alabama woman was attacked and killed by fire ants a day after her own mother's death.
Videos of a teenage girl being gang-raped in Rio de Janeiro that were posted on Twitter have caused revulsion in Brazil, months before the country hosts the Olympics.
The competition regulator has launched an inquiry into Sainsbury's planned takeover of Argos - in a move that could potentially jeopardise the £1.4bn deal.
France manager Didier Deschamps is suing former teammate Eric Cantona over his claim the squad selection for Euro 2016 was racially motivated.
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