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Pregnant mothers give birth in olive groves after fleeing Syria violence
Officials in the last rebel outpost in Syria have told Sky News an estimated 700,000 people have been forced out of their homes due to a recent surge in violence in Idlib province.
Cyril Ramaphosa sworn in as South Africa's president as he promises 'new era of hope'
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has been sworn in before a 30,000-strong crowd, vowing to create jobs and tackle deep-rooted corruption.
Cannes Film Festival: South Korean dark comedy Parasite wins coveted Palme d'Or
South Korean director Bong Joon-ho's dark comedy Parasite has won the coveted Palme d'Or at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
French police release image of Lyon bombing suspect
French police have released an image of a bombing suspect after seven people were injured in a "low force" blast in Lyon.
Abortion is like 'hiring a hitman', says Pope Francis
Having an abortion is like "hiring a hitman", Pope Francis has said.
Hiker Amanda Eller who went missing in Hawaii forest two weeks ago found alive
A yoga instructor who vanished while hiking in Hawaii two weeks ago has been found alive.
Eight migrants found in inflatable boat heading to Kent coast
Eight migrants have been found in a boat in the Channel heading towards the Kent coast and taken to immigration centres.
British climber Robin Haynes Fisher is latest to die on Everest
A British climber has become the latest to die on Mount Everest - where 10 people are said to have died in the last few weeks.
US faces worst measles outbreak in nearly three decades
The disgraced British former doctor behind the anti-vaccine movement has defended his recent communications with the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in the US.
'Inconsiderate' Moby apologises to Natalie Portman after claiming they dated
Moby has publicly apologised to Natalie Portman days after she claimed he had been "creepy" with her when she was younger.