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A Japanese oil tanker that ran aground near the coast of Mauritius has stopped leaking oil, the country’s prime minister has said. Pravind Jugnauth’s office said that the hull of the damaged MV Wakashio, which hit a reef near the island last month, is cracking up and will break up “eventually”. But it said the […]

Lebanon’s Prime Minister Hassan Diab is set to resign within hours, Sky News understands, after the entire government stepped down. Anti-government protesters had demanded political change after an explosion in Beirut killed more than 160 people and injured around 6,000 last week. Justice minister Marie Claude Najm quit earlier on Monday, according to the state-run […]

A former Belarusian presidential candidate has called for the international community to condemn the official election results in Belarus. Andrei Sannikov, former deputy foreign minister of Belarus, said the outcome was not the result of a “free and fair election” and accused the European Union of “cowardly silence”. His comments came after Polish prime minister […]

The head of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said he can see “green shoots of hope” in the battle against coronavirus, even with the global case count set to reach 20 million within days. Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said he also expects the global death count to get to around 750,000 this week, however […]

Through the darkness of the early hours we spot what looks like a small boat, not heading out from Calais, but towards the beach where we are hidden in the sand dunes. It moves slowly, there is no sound from an engine, and it takes time to reach the shore. With his night vision lens, […]

Calls are growing for an international ban on the creation of killer robots, which could pose a “grave threat to humanity”. An increasing number of countries want action to prevent the development of fully autonomous weapons and to ensure human control is retained, a new report shows. Research has shown that 30 countries want the […]