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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.
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.
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.
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.
France becomes first country in 50 years to make abortion a constitutional right
France has become the first country in 50 years to make abortion a constitutional right - with the country's government saying the move is in response to a tightening of laws in the US.
Tetiana's raw and devastating story of loss reveals the pain behind Ukraine's war statistics
In a country like Ukraine, where entire cities are being bludgeoned to the ground, the human ramifications are so vast that they often overwhelm the ability of journalists to describe them.
Haiti: The moment I met the gang boss leading a violent anti-government uprising
Haiti is suffering an escalation in violence. Here, Sky's chief correspondent recalls the moment he came face to face with the gang boss leading the anti-government uprising.
State of emergency in Haiti as gang leader seeks to oust prime minister and prisoners escape
A state of emergency has been declared in Haiti after violence in the capital led to two prison breaks as a major gang leader tries to oust the prime minister.
Jack Teixeira: US guardsman pleads guilty to leaking military secrets
A 22-year-old guardsman has pleaded guilty to leaking military secrets - including relating to Russia's war in Ukraine - in one of the most serious US national security breaches in years.
Germany accuses Russia of 'information war' over alleged military leak of UK operations in Ukraine
Germany has accused Russia of an "information war" after a leaked recording purportedly revealed a top German officer discussing secret details about British troops in Ukraine.