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A 34-year-old man killed at a reggae pool party in Surrey has been named as Ricardo Hunter, who died from a single gunshot wound.
Florida officials are investigating four cases of Zika not related to travel, raising fears US mosquitoes are spreading the virus
Charges against the last three police officers accused over the death of detainee Freddie Gray have been dropped.
The Pinewood film studio that is home to James Bond's movie franchise is in advanced talks to be sold to an international property fund for a price expected to be over £300m.
An appeal has been lodged after jurors rejected a claim that Led Zeppelin plagiarised the opening section of Stairway to Heaven.
Ellen DeGeneres has told Sky News she is "outraged" at police brutality in the US but believes Hillary Clinton can be the woman to change things.
The makers of Fireman Sam have apologised after an episode of the hit children's show appeared to show a character treading on a page from the Koran.
Swansea have made an enquiry about a possible deal for Leicester forward Leonardo Ulloa, according to Sky sources.
Russian track and field athletes who have been banned from the Rio Olympics are victims of a "deliberate campaign", Vladimir Putin has claimed.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed Per Mertesacker's knee injury means he will be looking for a new central defender.
Manchester City are in talks to sign Leroy Sane, Gabriel Jesus and Marlos Moreno, according to Sky sources.