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Sir David Amess murder: Name of terror suspect accused of killing MP emerges, as police search three properties in London
The terror suspect held on suspicion of murdering Sir David Amess is named Ali Harbi Ali, Sky News understands.
Sir David Amess: Locals remember the 'always smiling, always energetic' MP who always had time for others
Saturday in Southend is quiet, and lacking in the usual buzz of a seaside town on a weekend.
Robert Durst: Millionaire on ventilator with COVID - days after being sentenced to life in prison for murder
US real estate heir Robert Durst has tested positive for COVID-19 and is on a ventilator in hospital - days after being sentenced to life in prison for murdering a friend in 2000.
It isn't just the UK that's suffering supply chain issues. In the US, the crisis may last until the summer
The backlog of cargo ships at the busiest port complex in the US - images of which have come to define the global supply chain crisis - is unlikely to return to normal before next summer.
Man who was 13 when he killed a four-year-old boy granted parole after decades behind bars
A man who was 13 when he killed a four-year-old boy has been granted parole.
Russia: Eighteen people die after drinking alcohol containing methanol
Eighteen people have died from alcohol poisoning in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg.
The Batman trailer reveals darker side of comic book hero
The latest trailer has been released for The Batman, which stars British actor Robert Pattinson as the dark and vengeful protagonist.
Climate change: Prince William to make stark warning at star-studded award ceremony
The Prince of Wales has spoken of how proud he is of Prince William ahead of the first Earthshot award ceremony - reaffirming their joint father and son "commitment to the environment" and "restoring harmony between nature, people and planet".
COVID-19: Matt Hancock's new UN role helping African economies recover from coronavirus not going ahead
Matt Hancock's new job offer from the United Nations helping African economies recover from the coronavirus pandemic has been withdrawn.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe could be sent back to prison 'at any time' after losing latest appeal in Iran
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has lost her latest appeal against her sentence in Iran, meaning she could be sent back to prison "at any time", with the foreign secretary condemning the latest move by Iranian forces.