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'The town at the end of the universe': Desperate migrants willing to risk everything in Tapachula
A cloud of black wings rise into the air releasing a foul smell of rotting flesh.
UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia rose by two thirds in 2017
UK military sales to Saudi Arabia increased by two thirds in 2017 from 2016 - an increase of more than £450m, Sky News can reveal.
Missing journalist: Alleged member of Khashoggi 'hit squad' seen at Saudi consulate
An alleged member of a hit squad was seen entering the building where journalist Jamal Khashoggi vanished hours before his disappearance.
UK and US pull out of Saudi Arabia conference over missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Dr Liam Fox has pulled out of a conference in Saudi Arabia, following the disappearance and alleged murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Russia would use nuclear arms if under missile attack, Vladimir Putin says
Russia would use its nuclear weapons in response to an incoming missile attack, Vladimir Putin has said.
EU summit: No breakthrough but new Brexit headache for Theresa May
Theresa May has seen an EU summit pass with no Brexit breakthrough as she was hit by a growing backlash over plans to lengthen the UK's transition period.
Want to live longer? This is the country to move to
Spain is set to overtake Japan as the country with the longest life expectancy, according to a study.
Trump threatens to send army to US-Mexico border in migrant row
Donald Trump has threatened to deploy soldiers to the border with Mexico and close it off to stop the "large caravans" of migrants from Central America coming to the US.
Harry and Meghan hit Melbourne on royal tour
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shown their support for efforts to stop plastic pollution in our oceans during a visit to Melbourne.
Shell boss hopes Saudi tensions will not hit supply
The head of oil giant Royal Dutch Shell has warned that the crisis over the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi should not be allowed to shake the security of energy supply.
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