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Hong Kong's university blockaders fall but the movement lives on
Disheveled, sometimes defiant, but always in handcuffs, the protesters from inside the Hong Kong Polytechnic University siege were taken away in police trucks after giving themselves up.
'Naive and trusting' Grace gave list of fetishes to man on BDSM dating site, court hears
British backpacker Grace Millane gave a list of her sex fetishes to a man she met on a BDSM dating website, her murder trial has heard.
'I call him Jorge' - Pope's missionary cousin to welcome him on Thailand trip
Pope Francis is making his first trip to Thailand this week - only the second papal visit to the mainly Buddhist country.
UK support of Egypt's president could lead to bloodshed, whistleblower Mohamed Ali warns
An Egyptian whistleblower who prompted mass protests against President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has told Sky News that Britain must stop supporting him, warning it could lead to bloodshed and mass immigration to Europe.
Sweden drops rape investigation involving Julian Assange
Sweden has dropped a rape investigation involving the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Iran protests: 'At least 106 dead' in rallies over rising petrol prices
At least 106 people have been killed during protests in Iran over government-set gasoline prices, according to Amnesty International.
Donald Trump impeachment: Call with Ukrainian president was 'inappropriate'
Donald Trump was "inappropriate" and "improper" to ask his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate Joe Biden, a White House official has told the impeachment inquiry into the US president.
Taliban says it has released US and Australian hostages in swap deal
The Taliban says it has freed two hostages in a swap for the release of three of its commanders.
Jeffrey Epstein: Prison guards set to be charged over his death in his cell
Two prison officers who were tasked with guarding the disgraced billionaire Jeffrey Epstein on the night he died in his cell are set to be charged.
Daphne Caruana Galizia murder: 'Money launderer' with information on reporter's killing may get pardon
An alleged money launderer may be offered a pardon deal after claiming he has information about the assassination of a journalist in Malta.