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'Credible evidence' Saudi crown prince responsible for Khashoggi murder - UN expert
A UN expert investigating the murder of Jamal Khashoggi has said there is "credible evidence" that Saudi Arabia's crown prince was responsible for the killing.
UK weather: Thunderstorms warning as parts of South East see 1,000 lightning strikes in hour
Torrential rain and thunderstorms struck parts of the UK overnight - with some areas seeing 1,000 lightning strikes in the space of an hour.
Limpet mines used in tanker attacks 'strikingly' like Iran's, US says
Pieces of mines recovered after attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman "bears a striking resemblance" to Iranian mines, the US navy has said.
Donald Trump has a fight on his hands in 2020 - he's lost a major selling point
Donald Trump never stopped campaigning - he actually filed for re-election on his inauguration day.
Central Park Five: No apology from Trump to men wrongly convicted of 1989 rape
Donald Trump has refused to apologise to five men wrongly convicted of raping a female jogger in New York City's Central Park 30 years ago, saying "they admitted their guilt".
Ed Sheeran wins council battle to keep pub sign dedicated to his wife
Ed Sheeran has won a fight to keep a pub sign he put up without permission at his country estate in Suffolk, dedicated to his wife.
Polar bear wanders into a city hundreds of miles from its Arctic home
An emaciated polar bear has wandered into a Russian industrial city in Siberia - hundreds of kilometres away from its natural Arctic habitat.
Girl, 10, is youngest person to climb 7,500ft El Capitan
A 10-year-old girl has made rock climbing history by becoming the youngest person on record to scale Yosemite's iconic El Capitan.
Total number of displaced people hits record 71m, UN report says
A record 71 million people worldwide have been displaced by war, persecution and violence, the United Nations has said.
Scotland alcohol sales at lowest level in 25 years after price controls introduced
Scotland has seen the lowest level of alcohol sales for almost 25 years after new cost controls were introduced.