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A mural believed to be 3,800 years old and from a lost civilisation has been found by archaeologists in Peru investigating an ancient city. The mural, depicting a toad that wraps its hands around the head of a man, was...
Sir Elton John has attacked what he describes as "distorted and malicious" accounts of Harry and Meghan's private stay at his home in Nice. The singer posted a series of tweets after newspaper reports of the Duke and Duchess of...
A 20-year-old man has appeared in court and denied the "horrific murder" of PC Andrew Harper in Berkshire. More follows... (c) Sky News 2019: PC Andrew Harper: Man accused of killing Berkshire police officer denies 'horrific murder'
The Foreign Office has said it is "extremely concerned" following reports a British consulate official was detained in China after telling his girlfriend to "pray for me". Simon Cheng Man-Kit has not been seen for 12 days after he failed...
National Grid is facing an investigation by Ofgem over a major power cut earlier this month - as it blamed a lightning strike for the outage. The regulator - which has the power to fine firms up to 10% of...
Whether or not Britain leaves the European Union without a deal is "largely now in the hands" of Brussels, a senior Conservative has told Sky News. Tory party chairman James Cleverly told Sky News that the EU has to demonstrate...
Jeremy Corbyn will today accuse Boris Johnson of being "Britain's Trump, the fake populist and phoney outsider" as he urges voters to back Labour if a snap general election is called in the autumn. The Labour leader will say a...
Police investigating the killing of PC Andrew Harper in Berkshire have been granted an extra 24 hours to question the 10 suspects in custody. The 28-year-old was responding to a reported burglary late last Thursday night and died after being...
Three potential mass shootings have been foiled within three days of each other, US police say. A 20-year-old who threatened a Jewish centre in Ohio, a 22-year-old man who posted about carrying out a mass shooting in Connecticut and...
A joke involving vegetables has been voted the best gag at this year's Edinburgh Festival. The prize went to Swedish surrealist Olaf Falafel for his one liner: I keep randomly shouting out 'Broccoli' and 'Cauliflower' - I think I might...

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