BREAKING: Geronimo the alpaca killed by government vets.

Geronimo the alpaca, which tested positive for bovine tuberculosis twice, has been put down by vets under orders from the government to "prevent the spread of disease".

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'Tragic mistake': Pentagon apologies for Kabul drone strike that killed 10 civilians.

'Tragic mistake': Pentagon apologies for Kabul drone strike that killed 10 civilians.

The Pentagon has admitted a drone strike in Kabul that killed 10 civilians, including up to seven children, was a "tragic mistake". General Kenneth Franklin McKenzie Jr, head of US central command, said it was "unlikely" the vehicle targeted on Au...

The Press Preview - a first look at Saturday's headlines.

The Press Preview - a first look at Saturday's headlines.

Sky's Jayne Secker takes a first look at Saturday's headlines with with the director of the Demos think tank Polly Mackenzie, and former government special adviser, Salma Shah. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: Follow us on Twitter...

NHS Foundation Trust wins bid to overturn landmark ruling on puberty-blocking drugs.

NHS Foundation Trust wins bid to overturn landmark ruling on puberty-blocking drugs.

It is up to doctors to decide if someone aged under 16 can be prescribed puberty blockers without parental consent, the Court of Appeal has ruled. The court said last year that people aged under 16 would have "enormous difficulties" understanding ...

Google takes down anti-government app in Russia

Google takes down anti-government app in Russia

Google deleted a Russian tactical voting app from its online store after staff were threatened, Sky News understands. Both Apple and Google had come under significant pressure from Russian regulators to block the anti-government app, devised by al...

BREAKING: US drone strike in Kabul 'a mistake'

BREAKING: US drone strike in Kabul 'a mistake'

The Pentagon has admitted a drone strike in Kabul that killed 10 civilians, including up to 7 children, was a "tragic mistake". General Kenneth Franklin McKenzie Jr, head of US central command, said it is "unlikely" the vehicle targeted on 29 Augu...