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'Unprecedented' North Korea letter dismissed as a 'rant'
North Korea has warned it will not be intimidated by Donald Trump's threats in an "unprecedented" letter sent to other countries.
Islamic State is gone but Raqqa lies in ruins after hard-fought victory
Islamic State's brutal reign of terror in Raqqa may be at an end, but as the liberation of the Syrian city is celebrated in the streets the shadow of the group remains.
'Good progress' on deal to restart search for missing MH370 plane
A deal to restart the search for MH370 is expected to be agreed in the coming days, as authorities once again attempt to solve one of the world's greatest aviation mysteries.
Macron suggests Britain 'bluffing' about 'no deal' Brexit scenario
European leaders have suggested Britain is "bluffing" about a "no deal" divorce after a high-stakes summit in Brussels.
Google offers hackers $1,000 bounty to hack and fix Play Store apps
Google is offering security researchers a $1,000 (£760) bounty if they can successfully hack apps on its Play Store and help fix them.
Irishman Ibrahim Halawa released after four years in Egyptian prison
An Irishman who has spent more than four years in an Egyptian prison has been freed.
Hurricane and earthquake disasters to cost global insurers $95bn, says Swiss Re
Insurers are expected to take a total hit of $95bn (£72bn) as a result of a hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria and earthquakes in Mexico, according to the world's second largest reinsurer Swiss Re.
Obama and Bush take aim at Trump in separate speeches
It was almost as if he hadn't been away.
Software uses facial expressions to 'predict' bank's policies
Software can be used to analyse the facial expressions of central bank governors and predict policy changes, researchers have claimed.
John Kelly defends Trump over dead soldier: 'Obama didn't call me and it's no criticism'
White House chief of staff John Kelly has defended Donald Trump's handling of families of US military heroes who died in action.