Fed sees no US interest rate rise this year as economy slowsThe US Federal Reserve has signalled there will be no interest rate hikes in 2019, citing a slowdown in economic growth.
China clones ‘the Sherlock Holmes’ of police dogsScientists in China have cloned what they call the “Sherlock Holmes of police dogs” in a bid to cut training times and costs.
Radovan Karadzic has war crimes sentence extended to lifeUN appeals judges have increased the sentence of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic from 40 years to life imprisonment.
Donald Trump attacks the husband of one of his closest aidesDonald Trump has raised the stakes in an ongoing feud with the spouse of one of his closest advisers – describing him as a “loser” and the “husband from hell”.
Happiest places to live: Can you guess the country from the picture?The United Nations world happiness table is out, ranking countries on income, healthy life expectancy, social support, freedom, trust (absence of corruption) and generosity.
House of hate: Where the mosque gunman planned his attackA five-hour drive from Christchurch, on New Zealand’s southeast coast, lies the city of Dunedin.
Google fined €1.49bn for restricting rivals’ adsGoogle has been fined €1.49bn (£1.28bn) by the EU for breaching competition laws with its AdSense advertising service – its third such fine in as many years.
Deep Ocean Live mission ‘lifts lid on a world alien to us’The biggest challenges facing the world’s oceans and marine life were among the subjects addressed by the next generation during a special live Sky News broadcast from new depths of the Indian Ocean.
Number killed in southeast Africa cyclone rises to 350The number of people killed by the cyclone that hit southern Africa has reached 350, and is likely to rise further.
NZ responds after Turkey claims Anzac was IslamophobicTurkey’s president has sparked a diplomatic fight with New Zealand after portraying the Anzac campaign during the First World War as Islamophobic while seeking to boost his chances in an upcoming election.