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Iran is set to release the British-flagged tanker Stena Impero which it detained more than two months ago.
Italian police have charged a man who accidentally shot and killed his father on a wild boar hunt, according to reports in the country.
Britain has formally identified Iran as being behind drone and missile strikes on Saudi Arabian oil fields, raising the chance of the UK joining military efforts in the Middle East.
Harry and Meghan's baby Archie will arrive in South Africa with his parents this morning for their first official tour as a family.
Australia's foreign minister has called footage purporting to show hundreds of shackled and blindfolded Chinese Muslim prisoners by a train at a station "deeply disturbing".
If Donald Trump pressured his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate former US vice president Joe Biden then impeachment would be the only option, the US House Intelligence Committee chairman has warned.
Commitments made under the Paris climate agreement are now no longer enough to limit global warming to acceptable levels, the United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Change has told Sky News.
Protests in Hong Kong have descended into violence once again - with demonstrators trampling on a Chinese flag, vandalising a train station and setting a fire across a street on Sunday.
At least 22 people have been killed after a bus rammed into a hill in Pakistan following a brake failure.