• Trump Has 'Tremendous Feeling' For Mexicans

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has appeared on stage with Mexico's President, Enrique Pena Nieto, in Mexico City and proclaimed that the two are friends, despite a history of controversial remarks by Trump about Mexico.

    Sky video
  • June 2015: Mexico Is Sending Rapists To The US

    In June 2015 Donald Trump ignited a fierce row with Mexico by claiming the immigrants to the US from there were criminals.

    Sky video
  • Trump in Mexico: US has right to build border wall

    Republican White House hopeful Donald Trump stands alongside Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto and declares that the United States has the right to erect a border wall to stem illegal immigration.

    AFP UK
  • Trump's trip to Mexico and Dilma Rousseff impeached

    Tonight in Mediawatch, two topics are in the spotlight: Trump's visit to Mexico (after a year of insulting Mexicans!) and Dilma Rousseff's impeachment as seen on social media.

    France 24 Videos
  • Expert Explains Camber Sands Rip Currents

    Following the deaths of five people at Camber Sands, oceanographer Simon Boxall explains why the area is so dangerous for rip currents.

    Sky video
  • Rousseff reacts to her impeachment after Senate vote

    Brazil's sacked president Dilma Rousseff brands the vote to remove her from office at an impeachment trial a "parliamentary coup" and vowed a comeback by her Workers' Party. Other prominent political leaders react to impeachment.

    AFP UK
  • Elections loom as Spanish MPs reject government bid

    Spanish MPs reject acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's bid for a second term, deepening the country's political crisis and triggering a countdown to a third election in a year.

    AFP UK
  • Inaugural commercial flight from US lands in Cuba

    The first regular commercial flight in more than 50 years from the United States lands in Cuba, as the two nations take the latest step in their efforts to boost ties. JetBlue Flight 387 landed in the central Cuban city of Santa Clara a little before 11:00 am (1500 GMT), about an hour after leaving Fort

    AFP UK
  • Woman and boy dead after car chased by police crashes into family

    A suspected stolen car being chased by police has ploughed into a family leaving a woman and child dead.Witnesses described the horror of the aftermath of the smash on Wednesday in south-east London, which saw the car crash into a group of pedestrians.

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  • Bitter Ouster: Brazil after Dilma Rousseff (part 1)

    In Brazil, the end of the left's 14-year rollercoaster ride at the helm. Suspended president Dilma Rousseff went down fighting as she was chased neither by the ballot box nor by the courts but by a senate chamber where she'd burned her bridges with one coalition partner too many - including her

    France 24 Videos
  • Bitter Ouster: Brazil after Dilma Rousseff (part 2)

    In Brazil, the end of the left's 14-year rollercoaster ride at the helm. Suspended president Dilma Rousseff went down fighting as she was chased neither by the ballot box nor by the courts but by a senate chamber where she'd burned her bridges with one coalition partner too many - including her

    France 24 Videos
  • Brazil President Vows To Fight 'Fraudulent' Impeachment Charges

    Brazil's suspended president has bowed out of office by vowing to fight impeachment charges after the senate voted to put her on trial. Sky's Greg Milam reports.

    Sky video
  • BBC iPlayer to change: Loophole explained

    Viewers will have to confirm they have a TV licence before they can catch up on shows on BBC iPlayer when a loophole is closed on Thursday.People had been able to watch BBC shows they had missed on live TV for free, but will now risk prosecution and a £1,000 fine if they download or watch programmes

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  • Maiden commercial flight from US to Cuba takes off

    Cuba and the United States take the latest step in their efforts to boost ties as the first regular commercial flight from America to the communist-ruled island in more than 50 years takes off.

    AFP UK
  • Search For Missing Bodies Resumes As Power Station Demolished

    The search for the bodies of three men who died when a power station in south Oxfordshire partially collapsed is set to continue this morning after the remainder of the building was demolished. Sky's Tom Parmenter reports.

    Sky video
  • 'Around 500 Doctors Will Have A Pay Cut Under The Contract'

    Junior doctors say the Health Secretary's offer of an 11% pay rise is a "stunt" in an attempt to stop them going on strike over a new contract.

    Sky video
  • Officials pay tribute to Polish man killed in possible hate crime

    The MP for a town where a Polish man was killed in a possible hate crime has declared that people who use the Brexit result to pursue their personal racist agendas "literally come from the sewers".Arkadiusz Jozwik was attacked in Harlow, Essex, on Saturday night and died on Monday from head

    Press Association video
  • S.African school told to halt 'racist' hair policy

    A South African school has been ordered to suspend allegedly racist hairstyle regulations after black pupils said they had been called monkeys by teachers for wearing banned 'afros.'

    AFP UK
  • Selfie Cruise Ends In £17m Cocaine Bust

    After two months of taking selfies around the world, two Canadians were arrested after police found £17m of cocaine in their possession.

    Sky video
  • Clashes as Gabon's Bongo narrowly wins re-election

    Gabon's president Ali Bongo is declared winner of contested weekend elections, extending half-a-century of rule by the Bongo family and sparking clashes in the Central African nation.

    AFP UK
  • Brazil's Senate strips Rousseff of presidency

    Brazil's Dilma Rousseff is stripped of the country's presidency in a Senate impeachment vote, convicted by 61 of the 81 senators of illegally manipulating the national budget. The vote, passing the needed two-thirds majority, means she was immediately removed from office.

    AFP UK
  • Two Dead After Car Hits Pedestrians

    The scene in Penge where a police chase ended in tragedy.

    Sky video
  • Would You Holiday In Sunny Syria?

    Syria's Tourism Ministry has released a beach drone video showcasing one of its golden beaches.

    Sky video
  • Record number of migrants rescued in Mediterranean

    About 6,500 migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean on August 29, one of the busiest days of life-saving for rescue operations in recent years.

    AFP UK
  • Panda gives birth to cub in Madrid zoo

    A panda in Madrid gives birth to a female cub, making history as the first female to be born in the Spanish capital's zoo.The zoo has said the cub is "well formed, very active and has excellent vital signs".

    Press Association video
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