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Top Gear Cleared Over Argentina Number Plates
Top Gear has been cleared of deliberately looking for trouble in Argentina with a number plate that some viewers believed was trying to provoke.
How Disgraced Blazer Was 'Key' To FIFA Probe
A former FIFA executive nicknamed "Mr 10%" reportedly helped investigators after being approached by authorities over large unpaid tax bills.
IS Commander Who Helped British Girls In Syria
A senior female commander from Islamic State has told Sky News she has no doubt that three London teenagers who crossed into Syria in February were groomed by a team of social media experts in Raqqa.
Blatter Seen In Public Ahead Of FIFA Congress
FIFA President Sepp Blatter has arrived to open world football's congress - hours after refusing a request by UEFA to step down.
Music And Tears At BB King Memphis Procession
Thousands of people crowded the streets of Memphis to say farewell to blues musician BB King as his casket was driven to his final resting place.
Greece Asks For Help As Migrant Numbers Surge
Greece has asked the European Union for help in dealing with the thousands of migrants who have arrived on its shores in recent months.
Blatter Rejected UEFA Leader's Call To Resign
The head of UEFA, Michel Platini, has confirmed he asked Sepp Blatter to resign as FIFA president this morning - but he refused to do so.
First Footage Of Islamic State Grooming HQ
Sky News has obtained exclusive pictures of the online grooming centre used by terror group Islamic State.
France Honours Resistance Heroes In Rare Event
France has paid tribute to four of its citizens who joined the Resistance against the Nazis in World War Two by inducting them into the Pantheon mausoleum in Paris.
Slowest Car Chase Ever? On The Run At 10mph
A suspected drug dealer found himself swarmed by a SWAT team after leading police on a snail's-pace car chase through parts of Texas.
FIFA Execs To Be Questioned Over World Cup Vote
Swiss police are set to question 10 senior FIFA executives over the decision to award World Cups to Russia and Qatar as a corruption scandal engulfs football's governing body.
Pentagon Mistakenly Posts Live Anthrax To Labs
The Pentagon says it mistakenly sent out anthrax spores to as many as nine laboratories, as well as one in South Korea.