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Nawaz Sharif: Pakistan court orders ex-PM's release

A Pakistan court orders the release of ex-PM Nawaz Sharif and suspends his jail sentence. READ MORE

North Korea summit: Diplomacy is back on track

While North Korea's military threat remains, the Pyongyang summit puts diplomacy back on track. READ MORE

One dead as caravan blown off Irish cliff

A woman in County Galway, Ireland, dies as Storm Ali brings disruption to parts of the British Isles. READ MORE

Arrests in Georgia church for selling edible marijuana

The pair were caught selling cereal treats, brownies and puddings laced with marijuana, police say. READ MORE

Strawberry needle scare: Australia PM vows crackdown on 'cowards'

PM Scott Morrison unveils strict new laws, amid alarm over needles hidden in strawberries. READ MORE

Elliot Stewart on his battle to practise judo again after losing part of sight

Visually impaired judoka Elliot Stewart discuses how his sport has helped him deal with losing part of his sight. READ MORE

Danske Bank boss quits over money-laundering scandal

Thomas Borgen steps down after "indications" that its Estonian branch was used for money-laundering. READ MORE

Mexico corpse trailer: Jalisco forensic chief Luis Octavio Cotero fired

The refrigerated trailer contained some 150 unclaimed corpses because local mortuaries were full. READ MORE

India man held for 'inhumane torture' of sister

India police say the woman was locked up by her brother and intermittently starved for two years. READ MORE

Liverpool 3-2 PSG: ‘Daniel Sturridge is a £50m player – when he is fit and firing, you cannot ignore him’

Daniel Sturridge will play a big part as Liverpool chase glory on multiple fronts, says former Reds defender Stephen Warnock. READ MORE

Millions of children at risk of famine in war-torn Yemen

Fears were growing of a humanitarian crisis in Yemen after Saudi-backed government forces launched a series of attacks on rebel-held Hodeida, as a charity warned Wednesday that more than five million children were at risk of famine in the war-torn state. READ MORE

Aboriginal man fights possible deportation from Australia

Daniel Love is not a citizen but he cannot be deported as a foreigner, his lawyers argue. READ MORE