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Boy, 10, admits to shooting and killing man in his sleep at trailer park

1 hour 23 min ago
A 10-year-old boy confessed to shooting and killing a man in his sleep two years ago, Texas officials say.

Gender report author cannot travel on public transport over safety fears

2 hours 37 min ago
The paediatrician behind a landmark report into transgender treatment of children has criticised the "disinformation" about her findings as she revealed she avoids travelling on public transport over security fears.

Wales to roll back 20mph speed limit on some roads after backlash

4 hours 27 min ago
Some roads in Wales are set to go back to 30mph after nearly half a million people called for an end to the national 20mph speed limit.

Three men who died in Staples Corner car crash named

5 hours 45 min ago
Three men in their early 20s who died following a fatal car crash near the Brent Cross shopping centre in north London have been named by police.

Chess champion plays for marathon 58 hours to break record

6 hours 19 min ago
A campaigning Nigerian chess champion has played the game non-stop for 58 hours to break the world record.

Man who set himself on fire outside Trump trial has died

8 hours 10 min ago
A man who set himself on fire outside the New York courthouse where former US President Donald Trump is on trial has died, Sky's US partner NBC News has said.

Iran minister downplays attack and says drones used 'like children's toys'

9 hours 2 min ago
Iran has said Israeli involvement in Friday's attack is still to be established and dismissed the drones used as like children's toys.

Bitcoin's highly anticipated 'halving' event takes place

11 hours 19 min ago
Bitcoin's rare halving event has taken place, according to crypto analysis firm CoinGecko.

The female gamers competing for thousands of pounds at first event of its kind in UK

12 hours 4 min ago
The UK's first professional women's gaming tournament of its kind starts on Saturday.

Ex-model almost died trying to cure cancer with juice diet

13 hours 2 min ago
A former model who almost died trying to cure her cancer with a juice diet has warned others against "cutting out" traditional medical advice and trying to source alternative information online.

Police investigate Joey Barton tweets as ex-footballer hits out at 'attempt to intimidate' him

13 hours 3 min ago
Former Premier League footballer Joey Barton has hit out at "an attempt to intimidate" him and his family after officers contacted him about comments he posted on social media.

Injuries and 'material losses' after explosion at Iraq military base

13 hours 43 min ago
Injuries and "material losses" have been reported after a large explosion at a military base in Iraq.

Labour blames 'shoplifters' charter' for surge in retail crime

Fri, 19/04/2024 - 22:27
A "shoplifters' charter" has seen thefts rise significantly - to about one offence every minute - but police are charging fewer people, according to Labour.

UK rules out EU-wide deal on work and study visas for young people

Fri, 19/04/2024 - 22:19
The government has ruled out striking an EU-wide agreement on allowing an exchange of young people to work and study for extended periods of time.

Tories warned Menzies misuse of funds claims 'constituted fraud' but whistleblower told there was no 'duty' to report it

Fri, 19/04/2024 - 20:56
The Conservatives were warned ex-Tory MP Mark Menzies's alleged misuse of party funds may have constituted fraud but the whistleblower was told there was no duty to report it

Man sets himself on fire in protest area outside Trump trial

Fri, 19/04/2024 - 18:41
A man has set himself on fire outside the courthouse in New York where former US President Donald Trump is on trial.

India election begins as almost 1 billion voters start heading to the polls

Fri, 19/04/2024 - 18:37
India's election has kicked off with the first day of polling taking place in 102 constituencies, across 21 states and territories.

Violence will not stop in Middle East until Gaza war ends, senior Hezbollah figure warns

Fri, 19/04/2024 - 18:31
Violence in the Middle East will not stop until the war in Gaza ends, a senior Hezbollah figure has told Sky News in a world-first interview in which he also castigated the West and scoffed at Israel's actions.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to face pressure from right-wing coalition on future of Gaza

Fri, 19/04/2024 - 18:11
Throughout his career Benjamin Netanyahu has been a generally cautious politician, either deferring decisions or taking the least incendiary options.

Police 'reviewing information' about ex-Tory MP Mark Menzies after alleged misuse of funds

Fri, 19/04/2024 - 17:49
Police say they are reviewing "information" about former Conservative MP Mark Menzies after Labour asked for an investigation into claims he misused party funds.


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