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We had intel that could have stopped attacks - Sri Lanka PM
The Easter Sunday terror attacks in Sri Lanka that killed at least 321 people could have been prevented if key intelligence had been passed on correctly, the prime minister has admitted.
Video shows suspected suicide bomber entering Sri Lanka church
CCTV footage has emerged of a suspected suicide bomber entering St Sebastian's Church in Negombo moments before an explosion ripped through the building.
Sudan military chief: We'll hand over power when there's 'consensus'
The head of Sudan's ruling military council has told Sky News that they are determined to hand over control to a civilian government when a "consensus" is reached on how it can be done.
Woman wakes up from coma 27 years after school bus crash
A woman who suffered a catastrophic brain injury and fell into a coma when her car collided with a school bus in the United Arab Emirates has woken up for the first time in almost three decades.
Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un to meet on Thursday, Kremlin confirms
Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un will meet in the far eastern Russian city of Vladivostok on Thursday, the Kremlin has confirmed.
10-year-old girl born without hands wins handwriting competition
A 10-year-old girl who was born without hands has won a handwriting competition in the US.
Labour MP Grahame Morris apologises over fake Israel attack video
A Labour MP has come under fire for posting a video he claimed showed Israeli soldiers attacking Palestinian children "for fun", but which appears to have actually been filmed in Guatemala.
Oil prices at 2019 high as Trump takes aim at Iran
The cost of Brent crude oil has surged to its highest level since last November after the US signalled it was to step up economic pressure on Iran.
Microsoft under pressure to resist Chinese censorship of worker protest
Microsoft is under pressure to resist Chinese censorship demands after tech workers in the country began using its code-sharing platform to protest being over-worked.
Bitcoin trader's 'seastead' home towed by Thai navy
The Thai navy has begun towing the home of a fugitive American seasteader back to shore as its owner faces a possible death sentence.