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Norilsk: The city built by gulag prisoners where Russia guards its Arctic secrets
The drive from Norilsk airport to the city takes you past mile after mile of crumbling, Soviet-era factories.
Coronavirus: Britain beware - Israel living the consequences of trying to return to normal
I live in Israel.
Hong Kong: Asylum for 'tortured' consulate worker could give hope to other activists
A former worker at the UK's consulate in Hong Kong has told Sky News that Britain's decision to grant him asylum could set a precedent for others who fear Chinese persecution.
France: Jean Castex named new prime minister as Emmanuel Macron seeks to win back voters
France's new prime minister has been named as Jean Castex following the resignation of Edouard Philippe, triggering a government reshuffle.
Trump blasts 'angry mobs' trying to tear down statues and 'wipe out' US history during Independence Day speech
Donald Trump has blasted "angry mobs" trying to tear down statues as he claimed protesters are attempting to "wipe out" US history in a speech to mark America's Independence Day.
Carbon monoxide 'likely' to have affected New Year's Eve crash pilot
A pilot whose seaplane crashed in 2017 killing five Britons is likely to have had his ability to fly impaired by carbon monoxide, according to investigators.
Instagram star 'Hushpuppi' charged with trying to steal £100m from Premier League club
A social media celebrity, who flaunted his opulent lifestyle to millions of followers on Instagram, has appeared in court in the US charged with running a global scam which allegedly targeted a Premier League club.
Two Oklahoma police officers charged with murder of man 'who was tasered 50 times'
Two police officers in the US have been charged with murder after they allegedly tasered a man 50 times before he died.
Russia: 84 out of 85 regions back Putin in vote allowing him to stay in power until 2036
A majority of Russians have voted to approve amendments to the country's constitution which would allow President Vladimir Putin to stay in power until 2036, despite protests in Moscow and St Petersburg.
Mikhail Khodorkovsky: Exiled Russian oligarch calls vote giving Putin power until 2036 a 'total fraud'
Exiled Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky has called a referendum that has given Vladimir Putin the right to remain in power until 2036 a "total fraud".