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Mansion Murders Suspect 'Did Not Act Alone'

A man accused of killing a Washington businessman, his wife, son and housekeeper did not act alone, say investigators.

Big Turnout In Ireland Same-Sex Marriage Vote

The Irish will find out tomorrow if they have become the first electorate in the world to vote for same-sex marriage.

'At Least 39' Killed In Huge Mexico Gunfight

At least 39 people have been killed after a gunfight between police and suspected members of a notorious Mexican drugs gang.

Clinton Email On Benghazi Marked 'Secret'

Hillary Clinton received information - that has now been marked classified - on her private email server about the deadly attack on the US compound in Benghazi.

Inside Palmyra: IS Video Shows Group's Takeover

A video posted on a militant website has shown Islamic State fighters arriving at the Syrian city of Palmyra, after the terrorist group took control of it earlier this week.

'#RapeHoax' Posters Target University Accuser

A New York City college student who carried a mattress around campus to highlight her alleged rape ordeal has found herself the target of a backlash.

Eurovision 2015: What Can We Expect This Year?

A total of 27 countries will take part in the Eurovision Song Contest in Austria on Saturday night in a show which could be watched by 200 million people.

Saudi Mosque Hit By Deadly Suicide Blast

A suicide bomber has blown himself up at a mosque packed with worshippers for Friday prayers, killing around 20 people and wounding more than 50, according to a doctor.

Solar Halo Glistens Over Mexico City Landmarks

A solar halo appeared in Mexico City on Thursday - prompting dozens of calls from worried locals to meteorologists.

PM: EU Reforms Require 'Patience And Tenacity'

David Cameron has warned that successfully reforming the EU may take some time as the President of the European Parliament told Sky News that changes might be possible.

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'#RapeHoax' Posters Target University Accuser

A New York City college student who carried a mattress around campus to highlight her alleged rape ordeal has found herself the target of a backlash.

Bubble Trouble: Warning Of Prosecco Shortage

A "very poor" harvest of Prosecco grapes could lead to a global shortage of the sparkling wine, a leading producer has warned.

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