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Seizure of UK-flagged tanker: New maritime protection mission after Iran's 'state piracy'
The Foreign Secretary says there will be a European-led maritime security mission focused on protecting shipping in the Strait of Hormuz.
Stena Impero: Crew seen in first pictures from inside UK-flagged oil tanker seized by Iran
The crew of a British-flagged oil tanker seized by Iran in the Gulf have been pictured inside the vessel for the first time since armed soldiers took control.
At least 37 killed in airstrikes on a busy market in rebel-held Syrian town
At least 37 people have been killed in airstrikes on a busy market in a rebel-held town in northwestern Syria, according to opposition activists and a war monitor.
Jeremy Corbyn backs plan to speed up expelling antisemitic Labour members
Jeremy Corbyn has proposed a plan to speed up Labour's response to serious cases of antisemitism.
Zinedine Zidane: Gareth Bale refused to play for Real Madrid
Zinedine Zidane says Gareth Bale refused to play in Real Madrid's pre-season match against Bayern Munich and insists he has "never disrespected anybody".
Boris Johnson set to enter Number 10 as UK's next PM revealed
Boris Johnson is preparing for power as he awaits the widely expected confirmation that he has defeated Jeremy Hunt in the battle to become the UK's next prime minister.
Youngest ever Lib Dem leader and the first woman: Jo Swinson beats Sir Ed Davey
Jo Swinson has been elected leader of the Liberal Democrats.
Top Gun sequel: Japan and Taiwan flags replaced on famous Tom Cruise jacket for new film
The long-awaited Top Gun sequel trailer is causing a stir for more than just its aerobatic stunts.
Air passengers could see carbon charge added automatically
Passengers could have a carbon offsetting charge automatically added to the cost of airline tickets under plans being considered by ministers aimed at cutting emissions.
Boris Johnson's likely reign as PM is on a knife edge before he even starts
The ballots are in and the votes are being counted. Bar a last-minute shock, Boris Johnson will be announced the new Conservative leader and presumptive prime minister just before midday.
Hunt's plan for Gulf force to protect ships from Iran: Miscalculation or clever idea?
It is either a clever way to navigate a difficult dilemma in the Gulf or a miscalculation.
Stena Impero: How tensions reached this point and what happens next
Tensions between the UK and Iran show no sign of easing thanks to the latest drama in the Gulf, which saw a British-flagged oil tanker seized by Tehran as it sailed through the Strait of Hormuz.
India launches rocket to far side of moon - just days after aborted take-off
India's space agency has launched an unmanned spacecraft to the far side of the moon just a week after aborting the mission due to a technical problem.
Trump denies Iran held 'CIA spies' after 'breaking up ring'
Iran's claims that it broke up a CIA spying ring have been dismissed as "totally false" by Donald Trump.
Gareth Bale needs 'huge' offer to leave Real Madrid
Gareth Bale needs wages on par with the world's top players to leave Real Madrid, a source close to the Welshman has told Sky Sports News.
Arsenal not giving up on Wilfried Zaha transfer
Arsenal have not given up on signing Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha and one source has told Sky Sports News they will make another bid this week.
Kubrat Pulev: Boxer who planted kiss on reporter takes sexual harassment class
A boxer who planted a kiss on a reporter without her consent has taken a sexual harassment course and will be allowed to compete again.
Tom Brady under fire for cliff jumping with six-year-old daughter
American football star Tom Brady has been branded "irresponsible" after posting a video of himself cliff jumping with his six-year-old daughter.