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Estonia's weekend warriors: The SAS civilians urging Brits to get off the sofa and learn how to fight
Citizen soldiers on an Estonian island are dubbed "the SAS" because they train with weapons and war paint on Saturdays and Sundays.
US charges Japanese crime boss over alleged trafficking of nuclear materials to Iran
US authorities have charged the leader of a Japanese crime syndicate with conspiring to traffic nuclear materials from Myanmar for expected use in Iranian nuclear weapons.
British firms' exports are almost certainly bolstering Russia's war machine in Ukraine, Sky data analysis finds
British companies are exporting hundreds of millions of pounds of equipment and machinery which almost certainly ends up in Russia, undermining the official sanctions regime and bolstering Vladimir Putin's war machine, according to data analysis from Sky News.
'They are struggling in every way': The orphaned and disabled children forced to flee fighting in Sudan
The road to Kassala is infamously hard to traverse. It has seen little maintenance over the years and during these times of war, it is ungovernable.
Alabama clinic suspends IVF treatment after court rules embryos are babies
An Alabama medical centre has stopped all IVF treatments after a court ruled that embryos are babies.
Russia detains Los Angeles ballerina Kseniya Karelina 'on suspicion of treason'
Russian authorities have detained a ballerina from Los Angeles who they say is suspected of treason, over claims she took part in fundraising for Ukraine.
Pablo Neruda: Investigation reopens into mysterious death of poet in Chile - 50 years on
An investigation has been reopened into the mysterious death of a poet in Chile.
Woman's trauma after 72 members of her family killed in Turkey-Syria earthquake - and why she is in 'fear'
"I will never be able to forget what happened - I can still feel the earth shaking," says Rana Bitar, her voice catching in her throat.
Young girl dies after being buried by sand while digging hole on beach
A young girl has died after being buried in sand on a beach in Florida.
Out-of-control satellite hurtling towards Earth due to hit atmosphere today
An uncontrolled satellite was expected to hurtle through Earth's atmosphere today, almost 30 years after it was launched.