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Pastor at centre of US-Turkey dispute returning home

American pastor Andrew Brunson has begun his journey home after being freed from house arrest in a case that badly strained ties between the US and Turkey. As the evangelical missionary prepared to leave Turkey this evening, his parents Ron and Pam Brunson told Sky News of their relief. Their son …

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Melania 'not concerned' about Trump's alleged affairs

Melania Trump has said she has “much more important things to think about” than allegations that her husband has cheated on her. The US First Lady claimed people are simply spreading rumours about her marriage during an interview with ABC News while touring Africa. “I know people like to speculate …

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More deaths likely as Hurricane Michael wreaks havoc

Hurricane Michael was a fickle beast. It left some structures standing and exploded others, tossing roofs, bits of car, steel and anything else that could go airborne with abandon. We drove past a school with the side of the library ripped off, books still nearly on shelves, cushions on the …

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Trump's stunned silence as Kanye rants in White House

Kanye West has met Donald Trump in the Oval Office wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat – saying it made him feel like “superman”. The superstar rapper spoke at length in front of dozens of reporters and photographers – and his wide-ranging, off-the-cuff address felt like something of a …

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'Unimaginable destruction after monster hurricane'

Large parts of Florida have suffered “unimaginable destruction” after the third-strongest hurricane in US history slammed into the sunshine state. More than 900,000 homes and businesses are still without power in Florida, Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas. Winds up to 155mph uprooted trees and brought down power lines – with …

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Entire F-35 fleet checked for fault after crash

The entire fleet of F-35 stealth jets is to be checked for a fault following a crash in the US last month. The post-crash investigation, carried out after a plane came down in South Carolina, identified a faulty fuel tube. As a result the global fleet is on an “operational …

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Part of Harvey Weinstein sex assault case dropped

A judge has dismissed one of the six allegations of sexual assault against the disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Appearing in court while wearing a GPS monitor and out on a $1m (£757,000) bail, the judge agreed to throw out the charge relating to Lucia Evans, who has accused Weinstein …

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US 'very tough' in bid to find missing Saudi journalist

Donald Trump has said the US is being “very tough” in its bid to find out what has happened to missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The US president told Fox and Friends he was committed to getting to the bottom of the disappearance, with the writer having not been seen …

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