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Yemen: Evidence of potential war crime by Saudi coalition
A Sky News investigation has discovered evidence of a recent potential war crime in northern Yemen by the Saudi-led coalition, which is backed by the US and Britain.
Victims of Yemen's proxy war are 'screaming in pain, but no one is hearing'
"There are no heroes in Yemen, just criminals and victims."
Donald Trump paid no income tax in 10 of last 15 years, New York Times claims
Donald Trump has paid no income taxes in 10 of the last 15 years , according to a report in the New York Times.
Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict: Putin calls for end to fighting as 'civilians killed' in Nagorno-Karabakh clashes
Vladimir Putin has called for an end to fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan around the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, amid reports of civilians being killed in the violence.
Joe Montana: Ex-NFL star and wife grab grandchild from arms of intruder
Former NFL quarterback Joe Montana and his wife confronted a home intruder who attempted to kidnap their nine-month-old grandchild over the weekend, law enforcement officials say.
Madrid zookeeper seriously injured after being attacked by gorilla
An animal keeper at Madrid Zoo has been seriously injured by a gorilla after it entered an area that should have been locked.
Switzerland voters overwhelmingly reject bid to limit EU immigration
Voters in Switzerland have handed a crushing defeat to a nationalist party's proposal to limit the number of European Union citizens allowed to live and work in their country.
Coronavirus: Indian families search for blood plasma donors to help treat loved ones with COVID-19
For four days Kanupriya and her family spent agonising hours trying to find a plasma donor for her critically ill father.
Coronavirus: Half a million sharks 'could be killed for vaccine', experts warn
Half a million sharks could be killed for their natural oil to produce coronavirus vaccines, according to conservationists.
Belarus protests: Great-grandmother forcibly arrested as women take to streets to demand Lukashenko’s removal
Hundreds of women have taken to the streets of Belarus' capital to demand authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko step down - with a great-grandmother who has become an icon of the protest movement among scores of people arrested.