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'Reasonable grounds' to believe Hamas committed rape during October attacks, UN envoy says
Hamas may have committed rape, gang rape and "sexualised torture" on women during the 7 October attack on Israel, a UN envoy has said.
Donald Trump: US Supreme Court rules that states cannot kick him off the presidential election ballot
The US Supreme Court has given a boost to Donald Trump's presidential election campaign after ruling that states cannot kick him off the ballot for his actions over the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
Woman, 33, arrested on suspicion of murder after death of 10-year-old girl
A woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a ten-year-old girl was found dead in Sandwell in the West Midlands.
Kate photographed for first time since abdominal surgery
The Princess of Wales has been photographed for the first time since undergoing abdominal surgery.
Sam Kerr: Chelsea footballer to stand trial for alleged racially aggravated harassment
Chelsea and Australia footballer Sam Kerr is set to stand trial next year for alleged racially aggravated harassment of a police officer in London.
Hero police officer who saved woman from mob: 'It has made society question itself'
A female police officer hailed a hero for protecting a woman from an angry mob has told Sky News the case has made Pakistani society question itself.
Tony Green: Bullseye darts legend dies aged 85 after battle with Alzheimer's
Bullseye star and darts commentator Tony Green, who worked alongside Jim Bowen on the hit ITV show for more than a decade, has died aged 85.
Brother of Israeli twins being held hostage in Gaza separately says 'I think they sense each other'
It's been a long and agonising 150 days for the families of hostages still inside Gaza, and every hour right now must feel like a lifetime as negotiations for a new ceasefire progress slowly.
Ghetts on standing up for women, street politics, and pioneer recognition: 'Peace is not too much to ask for'
At his studio on the outskirts of east London, Ghetts is working on new music.
'Deeply entrenched' ageism limits mental health care for elderly, report says
"Deeply entrenched and systemic" ageism means the elderly can miss out on mental health care, a report has said, with symptoms of mental illness dismissed as "just your age".