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Gucci criticised for selling dirty trainers from £615

Box fresh trainers might become a thing of the past as Gucci has become the latest high-end fashion brand to sell scruffy footwear.

R Kelly asks judge for permission to perform gigs in Dubai

R Kelly has asked a judge for permission to travel to Dubai so he can perform shows and "meet with the royal family".

Ferry sinks in Iraq, killing at least 72 people

A ferry has sunk in Iraq, killing at least 94 people.

Trump under fire over 'bizarre' John McCain funeral comments

Donald Trump has come under fire from his own party after unleashing a bizarre tirade against the late Republican Senator John McCain.

New tech could thwart crime gangs making millions off fake olive oil

Scientists in the US have devised a way of testing to see if olive oil is real without the use of hi-tech scientific equipment.

South Korean police arrest four men on suspicion of 'secretly filming 1,600 hotel guests'

South Korean police have arrested four people on suspicion of secretly filming around 1,600 hotel guests and live-streaming or posting the footage online.

Cyclone Idai: 500 dead, with figure set to rise across Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi

Aid workers are scrambling to get food and water to desperate survivors of the devastating cyclone that hit Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, as thousands remain trapped by floods.

New Zealand bans 'military-style' semi-automatic weapons after mosque terror attack

Military-style semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles will be banned in New Zealand, the country's prime minister has said.

More than 50 children held hostage on bus in migrant death protest

A bus driver in Italy abducted more than 50 children, had their hands bound and set fire to the vehicle they were in to "protest" the deaths of migrants in the Mediterranean.

Fed sees no US interest rate rise this year as economy slows

The US Federal Reserve has signalled there will be no interest rate hikes in 2019, citing a slowdown in economic growth.

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