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Gang planned to steal Enzo Ferrari's body from his tomb in Italy

Italian detectives say they have foiled a plot by a gang to steal the body of Formula One racing pioneer Enzo Ferrari and demand a ransom.

Battle for Mosul: US 'probably had role in civilian casualties'

The top American commander in Iraq says the US probably had a role in civilian casualties in the battle to retake Mosul from Islamic State.

Battle for Mosul: Iraqi troops battle against 'strong resistance' from IS

Iraqi forces are facing waves of suicide car bombings as they attempt to push their way towards the Old City and recapture west Mosul from Islamic State extremists.

'Carlos the Jackal' jailed over 1974 Paris grenade attack

Terrorist "Carlos the Jackal" has been jailed for life for a third time over a deadly 1974 attack on a Paris shopping centre.

'World's largest' dinosaur footprint found in Western Australia

'World's largest' dinosaur footprint found in Western Australia

Scientists may have found the world's largest dinosaur footprint in a remote area of Australia's northwestern coastline.

Bones found on sunken Korea ferry 'are from animals, not humans'

Bones found on sunken Korea ferry 'are from animals, not humans'

Bone fragments found at the site of the sunken Sewol ferry off South Korea have turned out to be from an animal, and not any of the nine missing victims of the 2014 disaster.

Refurbished Samsung Note 7 phones to be sold after withdrawal due to fire hazard

Refurbished Samsung Note 7 phones to be sold after withdrawal due to fire hazard

Samsung is to sell refurbished versions of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphones which it pulled from stores last year because they kept bursting into flames.

Donald Trump's 'energy revolution' wipes out Obama's climate change record

Donald Trump's 'energy revolution' wipes out Obama's climate change record

Donald Trump has rolled back Barack Obama's record on climate change with a series of orders undermining America's commitment to tackle global warming.

Cyclone Debbie: 'Howling' storm batters Australia's northeast coast

Cyclone Debbie: 'Howling' storm batters Australia's northeast coast

Thousands of homes are without power and buildings have been damaged as a powerful storm has begun to batter Australia's northeast coast.

Islamic State is 'broke' and struggling to pay its fighters

Islamic State is 'broke' and struggling to pay its fighters

Iraq's former finance minister has told Sky News that Islamic State is nearly bankrupt and is running out of money to pay its fighters.

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Japan avalanche kills seven students and a teacher

Japan avalanche kills seven students and a teacher

Seven students and a teacher have been killed in an avalanche during a high school trip.

Islamic State is 'broke' and struggling to pay its fighters

Islamic State is 'broke' and struggling to pay its fighters

Iraq's former finance minister has told Sky News that Islamic State is nearly bankrupt and is running out of money to pay its fighters.

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