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Russia scored a direct hit on Saturday after finishing first and second in a tank biathlon world championship at a training centre near Moscow.
Gloating prisoners who dug a tunnel from their prison cell filmed their escape on a mobile phone and posted the pictures online.
A man has driven his car into his own swimming pool after getting his flip flops tangled up in the pedals.
The troubled Co-op Bank has revealed it lost almost 30,000 current account customers in the first half of its financial year.
French film-maker Luc Besson has said it was Scarlett Johansson's work ethic which seduced him into casting her for his new film.
The US has said it will not be restricted by the Iraq-Syria border as it considers further action against Islamic State militants.
A sectarian attack at a mosque in Iraq has killed at least 68 Sunni Muslims, plunging efforts to form a united front against jihadists into crisis.
EDF Energy is the latest of the so-called "Big Six" suppliers to be slapped with a penalty for market failures.
Washington has crept to a decision. It's time to do something about the threat posed by the Islamic State.
The parents of James Foley said they regarded an email sent by his captors earlier this month as a hopeful sign despite a threat they would kill him.
A Yes vote in next month's Scottish referendum risks "capital flight" from the country leaving its financial system in a "parlous state", the boss of HSBC has warned.
Daniel Radcliffe talks romance and friendship as he tells Sky News' Entertainment News why he is switching to rom-coms.
Former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay has apologised for sending a string of racist, sexist and homophobic text messages.
The number of first-time buyer sales has hit a seven-year high, according to new figures from LSL Property Services.
Israel pounded Gaza with 30 airstrikes after vowing "Hamas will pay a heavy price" for the death of a four-year-old boy from rocket fire.
Multiple sclerosis patients in many parts of England are urging health bosses to make a cannabis-based medication available on prescription.
Doctors could be forced to say sorry to patients or their relatives if they have been found to have made a mistake.
The US has lodged a formal protest with Beijing after a Chinese fighter jet conducted a barrel roll "very, very close" over an American Navy plane this week, the Pentagon has said.
Malaysia has observed a day of mourning as the bodies of MH17 plane crash victims arrived home to the country.
A Bolivian presidential campaign launch ended in violence when rival football fans began fighting and hurling chairs at each other.
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