Long tailbacks on the roads to Dover have started to ease, after hundreds of people were forced to spend the night in their vehicles.
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Rick Scott, Governor of Florida, gives an update on the status of the Zika virus in the state.
More than 100 leading scientists write an open letter calling for the Games to be moved or delayed "in the name of public health". Sky's Villem Marks reports.
Hong Kong gamers pack the Ani-Com show and queue to play "Hong Kong Infected", a virtual reality game in which Hong Kong's 2014 pro-democracy "Umbrella Revolution" is re-imagined as a zombie apocalypse.
United Nations Syrian envoy Staffan de Mistura urged Russia to let the UN take charge of humanitarian corridors allowing civilians to escape the besieged city of Aleppo.
A boat carrying eighteen Albanians and two smugglers broke down, losing all power, and everyone on board needed to be rescued.
Pope Francis meets Holocaust survivors -- some of whom he tenderly kissed -- in front of the death wall at the Auschwitz camp where the Nazis executed thousands of people by firing squad.
The building received a direct hit from the air and the number of casualties is unknown.
A building has collapsed in Pune, India, killing nine and leaving others injured.
Muslims and Christians gathered at a Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray church to pay their respects to the 86-year-old priest killed by Islamic State group followers as the French Church calls for a day of 'fasting and prayer' in his memory.
Actor Michael Keaton receives the 2,585th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The actor praised his friend Michael Jordan for donating two million dollars towards police and African American community cohesion.
UK consumer confidence has taken its biggest dive for over a quarter of a century, in the wake of the Brexit vote, despite more than seven years of record low interest rates, and the possibility that they could go even lower.
Two men who tried to smuggle 18 Albanian immigrants into the UK before their boat broke down have been jailed for a total of nine years. Mark Stribling, 35, and Robert Stilwell, 33, admitted breaching immigration law by illegally attempting to help 18 migrants enter the country on a boat from France
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Footage shot by a member of the Iraqi military shows government forces battling against militants in Mosul, which has fallen into insurgent hands.
A group of “extremely irresponsible” teenage boys said they were looking for Pokemon Go characters after getting caught out by a fast-rising tide.
The Government has said it will not make a final decision on whether to build a new nuclear power plant in Somerset until Autumn.
She runs next to leisurely joggers in a Tirana park -- with no athletics track in the Albanian capital, Luiza Gega has no choice but to train alone and wherever she can. But the tiny 27-year-old is building up to the 3,000m steeplechase at the Rio Olympics next month, where she will be a proud flag-bearer
The Pope has visited the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz as part of his visit to Poland.
Hillary Clinton, her husband Bill and the Kaines get overly excited at the balloon drop following the final day of the Democratic convention in Philadelphia.Mrs Clinton now has just over three months to persuade Americans that she is the right candidate for the job.
Pope Francis has visited Auschwitz death camp to mourn the more than one million mostly Jewish victims who died at the hands of the Nazis.
A police body camera has captured the moment two officers pulled a burglary suspect from a burning car.
German officials say they are ready to prosecute dozens of former Nazi guards at the Auschwitz death camp. Jean Di Marino reports.
The French Prime Minister Manuel Valls was booed as he arrived in Nice for a ceremony in honour of the Bastille Day terror attack victims.