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Sony Cancels Kim Jong-Un Movie After Threats

Sony Pictures has cancelled the release of controversial film The Interview, which depicts an assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.

Jimmy Savile Abuse Victims Given Police Apology

A police force has apologised for letting prolific sex offender Jimmy Savile slip through their net by not properly investigating him while he was alive.

Sierra Leone Braced For Increase In Ebola Cases

Sierra Leone, caught in the grip of the Ebola crisis, is bracing itself for a sharp increase in cases of the killer disease over the Christmas period.

Mobile Networks Agree Deal To Boost UK Coverage

A £5bn project to guarantee mobile phone voice and text coverage to 90% of the UK geographical area by 2017 will go ahead.

Rail Passengers Warned Of Christmas Pickpockets

Train passengers are being warned to be on the look out for thieves and pickpockets in the run-up to Christmas.

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A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you from the Sky Sports News HQ.

Sterling Sets Up A Date With Chelsea

Raheem Sterling netted a double as Liverpool earned a 3-1 win against a spirited Bournemouth at the Goldsands Stadium to earn a place in the Capital One Cup semi-finals against Chelsea.

Tottenham Beat Newcastle To Reach Semis

Tottenham thrashed Newcastle United 4-0 at White Hart Lane to reach the Capital One Cup semi-finals.

Garcia Resigns From FIFA's Ethics Committee

Michael Garcia, who led the investigation into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding process, has resigned from the FIFA Ethics Committee in protest over the handling of his findings.

McCoist Remains In Charge At Rangers

Ally McCoist remains as Rangers manager after a 40-minute meeting at Ibrox on Wednesday afternoon, according to Sky sources.

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Sony Cancels Kim Jong-Un Movie After Threats

Sony Pictures has cancelled the release of controversial film The Interview, which depicts an assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.

X Factor's Mel B Had 'Big Row' With Husband

X Factor judge Mel B has spoken of having a "big row" with her husband, amid reports she has walked out on him.

Daniel Craig Spotted Filming Spectre In London

Daniel Craig has taken to the water in London to shoot the first scenes for the 24th James Bond film, Spectre.

Bill Cosby: No Charges From LA Prosecutor

A Los Angeles prosecutor has decided not to charge Bill Cosby over a claim that he sexually assaulted a woman decades ago.

Designer's 'Magical Journey' Closes For Good

A Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen-designed Christmas experience is closing early, just weeks after it was widely criticised.

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Mobile Networks Agree Deal To Boost UK Coverage

A £5bn project to guarantee mobile phone voice and text coverage to 90% of the UK geographical area by 2017 will go ahead.

US Rate Signal Boosts World Stock Markets

World stock markets have rallied after the US Federal Reserve signalled interest rates would not be rising any time soon despite an improving economy.

Wellcome Trust Warns On 'Populist' Mansion Tax

One of Britain's most successful investors has issued a thinly veiled swipe at Labour's proposed mansion tax and warned that "populist politics" risk derailing Britain's economic revival.

Sony Cancels Kim Jong-Un Movie After Threats

Sony Pictures has cancelled the release of controversial film The Interview, which depicts an assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.

Barclays: £500m Not Enough To Settle Claims

The £500m that Barclays has set aside to settle allegations that its traders helped rig foreign exchange markets is not going to be enough, the bank's chief executive has told Sky News.

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Wingsuit Daredevil Performs Flying High Five

A wingsuit flyer has pulled off the world's first air-to-ground high five - coming within metres of the ground as he flew through a giant model hand.

Alcatraz 1962 Escape Possible, Say Experts

The men who staged the legendary 1962 escape from Alcatraz - dramatised on the big screen by Clint Eastwood - could have survived, scientists have said.

Facebook Miracle: Homeless Man Home For Xmas

A homeless man will have his Christmas wish come true when he sits down for dinner with his family for the first time in 12 years after being reunited with them through Facebook.

Airline Boss Sorry Over Daughter's Nut Row

An airline official has been forced to apologise after his daughter had a crew member thrown off a plane in an argument over nuts.

Kids Try To Rob Bank With Toy Rifles - Police

Two boys, aged 12 and 13, have appeared in court accused of trying to rob a bank using toy guns.

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Sierra Leone Braced For Increase In Ebola Cases

Sierra Leone, caught in the grip of the Ebola crisis, is bracing itself for a sharp increase in cases of the killer disease over the Christmas period.

Terrorists 'Plotting To Bomb School Buses'

Pakistani police have issued a warning that terrorists are planning to plant magnetic bombs on school buses.

Prisoner Exchange Sparks US-Cuba Policy Shift

The United States and Cuba have moved to end decades of hostilities following an exchange of prisoners, including US government contractor Alan Gross.

Cold War-Style Spy Swap Key To US-Cuba Deal

A prisoner exchange at the heart of a surprise restoration of diplomatic ties between the US and Cuba has led to the release of four top spies.

Sony Cancels Kim Jong-Un Movie After Threats

Sony Pictures has cancelled the release of controversial film The Interview, which depicts an assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.

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