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New Zealand: No one reported terror attack live-stream to Facebook for 29 minutes
No one reported the live-stream of the New Zealand terror attacks until the video had ended, Facebook has claimed.
New Zealand 'will give gunman nothing - not even his name', Jacinda Ardern vows
New Zealand's prime minister has promised to deny the mosque terror attacker notoriety, saying she will never refer to him by name.
Deep Ocean Live: Human life threatened by 'tragedy' facing coral reefs, UN official warns
Human life is threatened by the "tragedy" facing coral reefs, a top UN official has warned, as Sky News broadcast live from new depths of the Indian Ocean.
Theresa May believes UK in 'crisis' over Brexit, says Downing Street
Theresa May believes the UK is in "crisis" over Brexit after she was blocked from bringing an unchanged withdrawal agreement back to the House of Commons, Downing Street has said.
'You need a sense of humour': EU left 'really exhausted' by Brexit 'crisis'
Other European Union countries are becoming "really exhausted" by Brexit as the UK's divorce from the bloc gets "more foggy".
Edwards vs Moreno: Lawrence Okolie remains open to a heavyweight battle with Dillian Whyte
Lawrence Okolie has sparked another heated response from Dillian Whyte by admitting he remains open to a heavyweight fight in the future.
England's 23 squad members all train ahead of Czech Republic European Qualifier
England were at full strength as they stepped up preparations for the start of the European Qualifiers against the Czech Republic.
Wales can win World Cup on current form, says Warren Gatland
Coach Warren Gatland believes newly-crowned Six Nations champions Wales can lift the World Cup in November if they continue the form they have shown over the past 12 months.
Frozen the musical: Hit Disney show coming to London's West End
Frozen the musical is coming to London's West End after proving a smash hit on Broadway.
'Genie out of the bottle' on televised election debates
The "genie is out of the bottle" and televised debates should become a regular fixture of election campaigns, MPs have heard.
Deep Ocean Live: Tonnes of plastic and thousands of flip-flops threaten wildlife on coral atoll
Scientists have estimated that there could be 1000 tonnes of plastic washed up on the remote coral atoll of Aldabra.
Man is caught by a whale - and lives to tell the tale
A tour operator who was almost swallowed by a whale has said the experience made him realise just how small humans are.