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'Werewolf' killer Mikhail Popkov convicted of 56 more murders
A Russian serial killer nicknamed the "werewolf" who is serving a life sentence for killing 22 women has been convicted of 56 more murders.
United Nations: First global pact signed to better manage migration despite withdrawals
More than 160 countries have signed a historic agreement to cooperate on managing migration following months of international controversy.
Roger the muscle-bound kangaroo dies in Australia aged 12
Roger the muscle-bound kangaroo, who crushed a metal bin like it was a paper cup, has died at the age of 12.
British schoolgirls sexually assaulted at gunpoint in Ghana
Four British schoolgirls and their teacher have been sexually assaulted at gunpoint in Ghana.
Fortnite player charged with assaulting partner during live stream
A gamer who was allegedly heard hitting his partner during a live stream of Fortnite has been charged with assault.
Runner's finish line celebration doesn't go to plan
Comfortably ahead and about to finish a cross-country race in first place, Jimmy Gressier wanted to celebrate in style.
Huawei's finance boss says she will fight extradition
Huawei's chief financial officer has denied she covered up her company's alleged links to a firm that tried to sell equipment to Iran in violation of sanctions.
Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn charged
Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn has formally been charged with financial misconduct for under-reporting his income.
French president Emmanuel Macron to address nation on 'yellow vest' crisis
Emmanuel Macron will meet trade unionists and business leaders today as he attempts to end the country's violent protests.
Man in court as NZ expresses 'hurt and shame' over Grace's killing
A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of British backpacker Grace Millane, as New Zealand's prime minister spoke of an "overwhelming sense of hurt and shame" over her death.