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'It's all a lie': British IS bride who escaped while pregnant speaks out

A former British IS bride has urged the public to show Shamima Begum "mercy" - but says the teenager is immature and should be asking for forgiveness.

'Honeypot of juicy political gossip hoovered up' in Australia cyber attack

A "sophisticated state actor" has carried out a cyber attack on the Australian parliament's computing network - just a month before an election.

Spanish warship orders commercial ships to leave British Gibraltar waters

A Spanish warship with its guns manned ordered commercial ships to leave British Gibraltar waters, the territory's government said.

'She sounded largely unrepentant': What happened when Sky News tracked down Shamima Begum

We had just about given up in the al-Hawl displacement camp in northeastern Syria.

Manhole explosions force theatre evacuation of Jersey Boys show in Manhattan

Manhole explosions force theatre evacuation of Jersey Boys show in Manhattan

People in a theatre performance of Jersey Boys was forced to evacuate after a series of manhole explosions in midtown Manhattan.

'I don't trust anyone': The British women who married IS jihadis

'I don't trust anyone': The British women who married IS jihadis

Reema Iqbal is talking to us from behind the plastic sheeting which marks the tented area which is now her home in Roj camp in northeast Syria.

Two dozen bodies recovered from flooded illegal Zimbabwe gold mine

Two dozen bodies recovered from flooded illegal Zimbabwe gold mine

The bodies of 24 illegal gold miners have been recovered from flooded tunnels in Zimbabwe after a dam wall collapsed following heavy rain.

Amelia Earhart: Footage of "aluminium patch" could explain fate of famous aviator

Amelia Earhart: Footage of "aluminium patch" could explain fate of famous aviator

A newly-acquired 16mm movie film of female aviator Amelia Earhart could shed light on what happened more than 80 years after she disappeared.

Militants using civilians as human shields delay capture of final IS enclave Baghuz

Militants using civilians as human shields delay capture of final IS enclave Baghuz

Hundreds of civilians still living in Islamic State's final enclave have emerged and are being used as human shields - forcing US-backed troops to delay capturing the village.

IS bride Shamima Begum full transcript: 'It was nice at first, like in the videos'

IS bride Shamima Begum full transcript: 'It was nice at first, like in the videos'

Sky News has spoken to IS bride Shamima Begum in an exclusive interview just hours after she gave birth to a baby boy in a Syrian refugee camp.

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'She sounded largely unrepentant': What happened when Sky News tracked down Shamima Begum

'She sounded largely unrepentant': What happened when Sky News tracked down Shamima Begum

We had just about given up in the al-Hawl displacement camp in northeastern Syria.

Spanish warship orders commercial ships to leave British Gibraltar waters

Spanish warship orders commercial ships to leave British Gibraltar waters

A Spanish warship with its guns manned ordered commercial ships to leave British Gibraltar waters, the territory's government said.

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