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Strasbourg Christmas market gunman shot dead
The man suspected of opening fire at a Christmas market has been shot dead, the French interior minister has said.
US Senate blames Saudi crown prince for Jamal Khashoggi's death
The US Senate has passed a resolution stating Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is responsible for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Yemen rivals agree ceasefire in rebel stronghold of Hodeida
Rival sides in Yemen's civil war have agreed a province-wide ceasefire in Hodeida, the United Nations says.
Russian spy Maria Butina admits conspiracy to infiltrate National Rifle Association
A woman accused of being a spy for Russia has pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge in the US.
Virgin Galactic successfully launches tourism rocket ship into space for first time
Virgin Galactic has successfully launched a tourism rocket ship into space for the first time - with Sir Richard Branson hoping a commercial flight will take place by March 2019.
May appeals for EU's help with fresh plan to solve backstop fears
Theresa May has appealed for EU leaders' help to get her Brexit deal through parliament, and pitched a plan to make it happen.
US schools and businesses targeted by nationwide hoax bomb threat
Bomb threats sent to hundreds of schools, universities and government buildings across the US all appear to have been a hoax, authorities have said.
Texas woman Tammi Bleimeyer jailed for 28 years for starving stepson
A US woman has been jailed for 28 years after starving her stepson so badly that he looked like a Holocaust survivor, doctors said.
Man found alive in car five hours after crashing into river
A motorist has survived by breathing through a pocket of air for five hours after crashing his car into an icy river.
Nine dead after Turkish high-speed train crashes in Ankara
Nine people have been killed and 47 injured after a Turkish high-speed train crashed into an overpass in the country's capital.