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Iran says new images will 'disprove' Trump claim that US destroyed its drone
Iran has said it will release drone images that disprove President Donald Trump's claims that a US warship destroyed an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz after it ignored warnings to back off.
Deadly Japan fire: Arson suspect said animation studio 'stole his novel'
A man suspected of killing 33 people in an arson attack at an animation studio in Japan reportedly started the fire because "he had been plagiarised".
Scarlett Keeling: Man who raped and killed British teen in Goa jailed for 10 years
A man convicted of the rape and killing of British teenager Scarlett Keeling in Goa has been sentenced to "10 years of rigorous imprisonment".
Strong earthquake in Athens sends people running out into streets
A strong earthquake has struck Athens, causing people to run out into the streets of the Greek capital and causing minor injuries.
Court rejects compensation claim over ferry disaster that killed 852 people
A court in Paris has rejected a compensation claim related to the 1994 sinking of an Estonian ferry, which killed 852 people.
200th firefighter dies from illness related to 9/11 attacks
A firefighter who worked at the World Trade Center after 9/11 has died from an illness related to the attack, the 200th victim from the force.
A$AP Rocky to be held in Sweden for third week over alleged fight
US rapper A$AP Rocky will spend another week in custody in Sweden as police continue to investigate an alleged fight in Stockholm.
P Rajagopal: Indian restaurateur who murdered love rival dies after losing final appeal
A well-known Indian restaurateur known as the "dosa king" has died - months after losing his final appeal against a murder conviction.
Donald Trump row: Sajid Javid refuses to call US president racist
Sajid Javid has refused to directly say Donald Trump is racist after his supporters aimed chants of "send her back" at a Somali-born congresswoman.
India floods: Tiger sneaks into home for catnap to escape flooding
Most of us have heard the tale of the tiger who came to tea, but what about the one who popped in for a catnap?