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Woolwich: Rise In Attacks On Muslims
Reports grow of anti-Muslim attacks after a soldier's murder, as arrests are made ahead of an English Defence League march.
Sex Slave Row: Mayor's Japan Brothel Gaffe
Toru Hashimoto apologises for saying US soldiers on Okinawa should visit brothels but does not retract wartime sex slave comments.
Iceland: Picnic Tourists Rescued From Iceberg
A group of US tourists are rescued after ice they were picnicking on broke from the shore and floated away.
Woolwich: Help For Heroes Raises £100,000
The charity for injured servicemen and women is inundated with donations following the brutal murder of Drummer Lee Rigby.
Gas Cylinder Blast On School Bus Kills 17
Seventeen school children have been killed after a gas cylinder exploded on a school bus in Pakistan, police say.
Champions League: Prince William Backs Bayern
The Duke of Cambridge says he would put his money on the Munich side ahead of Saturday's all-German final at Wembley Stadium.
Toronto Mayor Denies Smoking Crack Cocaine
A week after a video emerges which claims to show him taking drugs, Rob Ford breaks his silence.
Key Government Projects 'At Risk Of Failure'
The Government is accused of "burying bad news" after an audit rating the delivery of major infrastructure projects is released.
YouTube Users Turning Clicks Into Cash
Two YouTube success stories tell Sky News how they made a mint after their videos unexpectedly went viral.
Russia: Gay Rights Activists To Defy Rally Ban
The brutal murder of a man for being gay has highlighted the dangers of being homosexual in Russia.