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Saudi foreign minister says his country will defend itself against Iranian threats
The Saudi minister for foreign affairs has told Sky News his country will do whatever it takes to defend itself against Iran.
Yemen: UN welcomes Houthi vow to cease missile and drone attacks on Saudi Arabia
The United Nations' envoy for Yemen has welcomed the Houthi rebels' vow that they will stop attacking Saudi Arabia, saying it "could send a powerful message of the will to end the war" in the country.
Video showing hundreds of shackled, blindfolded prisoners in China is 'genuine'
Online footage purporting to show hundreds of blindfolded and shackled prisoners in a mostly Muslim region of China is believed to be authentic, a European security source has told Sky News.
Hong Kong: Chinese flag burned as protests enter their 16th week
A Chinese flag was burned and pepper spray fired as clashes between protesters and police in Hong Kong continued for a 16th week.
Man who proposed to girlfriend underwater 'never emerged'
A man has drowned after proposing to his girlfriend underwater during a "bucket list" holiday in Tanzania.
Problem that would take 10,000 years for normal PC is solved in four minutes
Researchers at Google have created a computer that can carry out calculations way beyond the reach of traditional computers, it has been reported.
Trump approves deployment of US forces in Saudi Arabia
Donald Trump has approved the deployment of US forces to Saudi Arabia following the attack on two oil facilities in the country.
Priest gives Irish PM holy water ahead of Brexit talks with Boris Johnson
Not since the visit of Pope Francis last year had there been such excitement in Knock, County Mayo.
'We will make them hear us': Millions call for more action on climate change
Millions of people, mostly students and children, have taken part in demonstrations calling for urgent action from their governments to tackle climate change.
Historic day of climate strikes is unlikely to move Donald Trump
Greta Thunberg told a huge crowd in Manhattan that she thought around four million people had taken part in Friday's global climate strikes.