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Donald Trump claims in interview he 'doesn't like' using Twitter

Donald Trump, who has made headlines with his rants at critics on Twitter, has said he does not like using the social media platform.

Bollywood actor Salman Khan cleared of gun charge over hunting trip

Bollywood actor Salman Khan has been cleared of using unlicensed arms while hunting for rare blackbuck antelopes 18 years ago.

Boris Johnson dismisses WWII punishment threat from Francois Hollande

Boris Johnson has warned the French president not to hit the UK with a "punishment beating" for Brexit.

Julian Assange 'stands by' extradition deal pledge after Chelsea Manning release

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is under pressure to turn himself in following Barack Obama's decision to free a former soldier who was jailed for leaking classified documents to his website.

More people killed by horses than snakes in Australia, says study

More people killed by horses than snakes in Australia, says study

More people are killed by horses in Australia than all venomous animals combined, according to research.

Cancun: Second shooting in two days in Mexico tourist hotspot

Cancun: Second shooting in two days in Mexico tourist hotspot

Two shootings in as many days have left nine people dead in a major Mexico tourist destination and triggered a warning to visitors from the US government.

Three 'strong' earthquakes felt in Rome and central Italy region

Three 'strong' earthquakes felt in Rome and central Italy region

Three strong earthquakes have been felt in central Italy in the space of an hour, with people in Rome saying they experienced the tremors.

Former US president George HW Bush in hospital

Former US president George HW Bush in hospital

Former US president George HW Bush has been taken to hospital, according to local media reports.

Nigerian airstrike kills dozens in refugee camp

Nigerian airstrike kills dozens in refugee camp

A Nigerian airstrike meant for Boko Haram militants has killed at least 52 people and injured dozens more in a refugee camp.

Foreign Office defends Tunisia travel advice at Sousse attack inquest

Foreign Office defends Tunisia travel advice at Sousse attack inquest

The Foreign Office has defended its advice to tourists in Tunisia after being criticised for not warning British travellers of the terror risk before a gunman opened fire on a beach in Sousse.

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