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Egypt launches strikes on Libya 'terror camps' after bus attack

Egypt has launched airstrikes on "terror camps" in Libya in response to the slaughter of Coptic Christians earlier on Friday.

G7 leaders back Theresa May's call for a crackdown on extremist content online

Theresa May secured support from fellow G7 leaders on tackle extremists online and stop foreign fighters returning to the UK and Europe, as the Prime Minister put counter-terrorism centre stage of the annual summit of leading industrial states.

Sri Lanka: More than 90 dead and dozens missing after floods

Sri Lanka is calling for international assistance after more than 90 people died in flood waters caused by heavy rain.

Pentagon announces senior Islamic State deaths

Three of the Islamic State's senior military leaders have been killed in the past two months, according to the Pentagon.

Trio behind dating site scams get 235 years in jail as 'millions' defrauded

Three men have been jailed for a total of 235 years after defrauding potentially millions of people by using online dating sites and other scams.

Egypt bus shooting: At least 26 dead after attack on Coptic Christians

At least 26 people, including children, have been killed by masked gunmen who opened fire on a bus carrying Coptic Christians in Egypt.

Mystery as Australian police investigate abandoned SOS made from rocks

Police are trying to solve the mystery of who made an SOS out of rocks in a remote part of Western Australia.

FBI investigates Donald Trump's son-in-law over Russia links

Donald Trump's son-in- law is under investigation over the "extent and nature" of his dealings with Russian officials, US media is reporting.

Prehistoric sea monster the size of a bus discovered in Russia

Scientists have identified a "highly unusual" new species of extinct sea-dwelling reptile in Russia.

Manchester attack: UK resumes US intelligence sharing after leak row

British police have resumed intelligence-sharing ties with US law enforcement after they were temporarily stopped in a row over leaks about the Manchester bombing investigation.

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