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Turpin family: California ‘torture parents’ plead not guilty

David Allen Turpin, 57, and his wife Louise Anna Turpin, 49, their hands and legs shackled, appeared calm as they pleaded not guilty on Thursday to multiple charges of abuse, torture and imprisonment

African countries demand President Trump apology over ‘shitholes’ slur

After an emergency session to discuss Mr Trump's remarks, a group of 54 African ambassadors to the United Nations said it was "concerned at the continuing and growing trend from the US administration toward Africa and people of African descent to denigrate the continent and people of colour"

Two ticket holders take $1bn in Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots

All six numbers on a Powerball ticket sold in New Hampshire were a match. Its owner can now claim $570m (£420m)

Uncle of Australia seaplane crash victims: ‘It’s wiped out my family’

The crash killed Richard Cousins, the chief executive of Compass, the world's largest contract catering company; his fiancee Emma Bowden, 48; and his two sons, Edward, 23 and William, 25

Police prioritise security as New Year’s Eve celebrations begin across UK

In Edinburgh, extra bag checks were put in place as Hogmanay events began on Saturday night, with 100,000 people expected to enjoy festivities over the three-day party that traditionally sees in the New Year

Lebanon urges people not to use ‘unsafe’ Uber after British diplomat...

Lebanon's interior minister, Nohad Machnouk, called Uber a "virtual" entity which is "not safe"

British diplomat Rebecca Dykes found ‘strangled’ in Lebanon

A forensic official in the country has told the Associated Press news agency that Rebecca Dykes, who worked at the embassy in the capital Beirut, was strangled with a rope

Palestinians shot dead by Israeli army in clashes over Trump’s Jerusalem...

As tensions rise following the US President's move, Israel responded to three rockets being fired from Gaza with airstrikes it said targeted a Hamas training compound and ammunition warehouse

‘God is weeping’: Protests as Trump recognises Jerusalem as Israeli capital

Sky's Middle East Correspondent Alex Rossi, who is in Ramallah, said "the air is thick with the smoke of burning tyres" - with ambulance crews arriving at the scene where people are using makeshift slings to throw stones at the Israeli defence forces

What else could the ‘£50bn’ Brexit bill pay for?

A Labour MP said it proved the UK was "not taking back control but losing control" while a Conservative Brexiteer said it could be worth crashing out without a deal and divorce payment