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Violence in Venezuela as president's rival declares himself leader
Venezuela's opposition leader has won the support of more countries in his bid to oust the "dictatorship" of President Nicolas Maduro.
Crowds defy police to cry out for change in Venezuela
The crashing sounds of pots and pans being banged together on the streets of neighbourhoods across Caracas signalled the start of a day of demonstrations against the Venezuelan government.
Sky to broadcast first live TV news coverage of underwater world
Sky News is to broadcast the first live TV news bulletins from under the sea to draw attention to the plight of the world's oceans.
Why do we need to explore the deep ocean?
Humankind is poised to make its next giant leap: into the deep ocean.
Carlos Ghosn resigns from Renault leadership roles
Carlos Ghosn has formally resigned as chief executive and chairman of Renault as he fights charges linked to alleged financial misconduct.
Deloitte Football Money League 2019: Real Madrid richest ahead of Barcelona and Manchester United
Real Madrid have replaced Manchester United as the wealthiest football club in the world, according to the latest Deloitte Football Money League.
Australia swelters as temperatures approach 50C
Australia's summer continues to break records, with parts of the country sweltering in temperatures approaching 50C (122F).
Michael Cohen postpones hush-money payment testimony after Donald Trump 'threatens his family'
Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen has postponed giving evidence to Congress because the president has threatened him and his family, his adviser said.
Troops return to Zimbabwe's streets with a vengeance
A week of protest, violence and national trauma in Zimbabwe began last week in the country's second largest city, Bulawayo.
Gunman surrenders after killing five people at Florida bank
Five people have been killed at a bank in Florida after a gunman opened fire.