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Syria: Airstrikes on eastern Ghouta at 'most intense' ahead of UN ceasefire vote
Witnesses say deadly airstrikes on eastern Ghouta in Syria were at their "most intense" on Friday morning, hours before the UN was set to vote on a proposal calling for a temporary ceasefire.
Police officer dies as Europa League fans clash outside Bilbao stadium
A policeman has died after street fights broke out between officers and rival football fans outside a Spanish stadium.
Australian deputy PM Barnaby Joyce quits over claims of affair with ex-aide
Australian deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce says he is quitting amid claims of sexual harassment and an affair with a former aide.
Oh Snap! Kylie Jenner tweet sees Snapchat shares fall
A tweet by Kylie Jenner led to a $1.3bn (£930m) fall in the value Snap Inc, the parent company of Snapchat.
Irish PM Leo Varadkar calls for 'real detail' from Theresa May on Brexit
The Irish Prime Minister has called on the UK Government to provide "real detail" in its Brexit position as he arrived at a summit of EU leaders in Brussels.
Steve Jobs' pre-Apple job application could fetch $50,000 at auction
An error-filled job application written by Steve Jobs before he co-founded Apple could fetch more than $50,000 (£35,700) at an auction next month.
Shock DNA study shows the last 'wild' horses are not truly wild
A study of the DNA of ancient horses has discovered that "there are no truly wild horses left" anywhere in the world.
Nirav Modi: Manhunt for Indian diamond billionaire accused of role in £1.3bn bank fraud
A billionaire Indian diamond jeweller who has made pieces for Kate Winslet and Naomi Watts is being sought by police over his role in an alleged scam that has cost one of India's largest banks nearly £1.3bn.
Oxfam GB suspended from working in Haiti amid sex scandal investigation
Haiti has suspended Oxfam Great Britain from operating in the country amid an investigation into the charity's sex scandal.
NRA chief executive Wayne LaPierre says anti-gun lobby 'hate freedom'
The chief executive of the National Rifle Association said gun control advocates "hate individual freedom", before Donald Trump told Florida officials he is the "biggest believer in the second amendment".