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Afua Hirsch says people who say they "don't see race" could be

Afua Hirsch says people who say they "don't see race" could be part of the problem Watch the The Pledge in full here: (Source Sky News)

Rallies in more than 250 US cities saw demonstrators denounce

Rallies in more than 250 US cities saw demonstrators denounce Donald Trump's views on immigration, abortion, LGBT and women's rights a year on since he was installed in the White House (Source Sky News)
The body count for last year reached 25,339 as gang warfare and furious battles against drug lords are being waged in more regions than ever before (Source Sky News)
UKIP's ruling body has passed a unanimous vote of no confidence in party leader Henry Bolton following a row over his 25-year-old girlfriend (Source Sky News)

Lake District zip wire attraction a 'significant hazard'

Controversial plans for a zip wire attraction in a Lake District valley could be scuppered by claims that low-flying fighter pilots would be put at risk (Source Sky News)
Turkish troops, armoured vehicles and special forces have moved three miles inside the Kurdish-controlled Afrin area of northern Syria (Source Sky News)

President's party marred by shutdown and protests

It is certainly not how Donald Trump wanted to be celebrating a year in office... holed up in the White House making calls to Congressmen rather than attending a glittering party in Florida and playing golf (Source Sky News)

Emmanuel Macron: French would 'probably' vote to leave EU

Emmanuel Macron says France would "probably" have voted to leave the EU if it had held an in/out referendum (Source Sky News)
Some were trapped on balconies at the top of the six-storey building in Kabul and used bedsheets to climb down and escape (Source Sky News)

Sky Views: Don't blame the neighbours

Sky Views: Don't blame the neighbours (Source Sky News)

UK braced for more snow after coldest night in two years

More snow is on the way across large parts of Britain after the coldest night in almost two years (Source Sky News)

How many tweets? How many staff resignations? How many golf

How many tweets? How many staff resignations? How many golf games? Here's Donald J. Trump's presidency in numbers (Source Sky News)
UKIP leader Henry Bolton refuses to quit over race row because the party 'cannot afford it' (Source Sky News)

Prague hotel fire: Two die and dozens injured in blaze

Two people have died and dozens have been injured after a fire took hold of a hotel in central Prague (Source Sky News)

SAG Awards: Why you care about this year's ceremony

SAG Awards: Why you should care about this year's ceremony (Source Sky News)
Police officers were charged by elephants while staking out a suspected cannabis farm (Source Sky News)

Britain's Kyle Edmund reaches quarter-finals of Australian Open

Britain's Kyle Edmund has reached the quarter-finals of the Australian Open (Source Sky News)

Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan's body in public repose

Hundreds of people are gathering to pay their respects to Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan whose body is in public repose (Source Sky News)
Republicans are seeking a key vote to reopen the US government before hundreds of thousands of federal workers are forced to start the working week with no pay (Source Sky News)

Canadian billionaires were 'murdered', say private detectives

Canadian billionaires were 'murdered' - private detectives say they have found markings indicating the couple's hands had been tied up (Source Sky News)
'The language used by Theresa May is the language used by Jeremy Corbyn' says Sebastian Payne, Leader Writer for the Financial Times (Source Sky News)

'The best way to fund the NHS is through changes in general

'The best way to fund the NHS is through changes in general taxation' says Shadow Heath Secretary Jon Ashworth in response to the NHS winter crisis (Source Sky News)
Company bosses who put workers' pensions at risk to "line their own pockets” will face huge fines under new plans unveiled by Prime Minister Theresa May (Source Sky News)
Make or break: the fate of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the direction of European politics will become clearer after a vote by 600 members of Mrs Merkel's opposing party (Source Sky News)

Zombies and Kinks bassist Jim Rodford dies

The Zombies bassist Jim Rodford has died aged 76 after a fall, just six days after his final performance (Source Sky News)
I'm "heartbroken" over the "coldness and the cruelty". Samantha Power, former US United Nations ambassador, criticises Donald Trump's foreign policy. (Source Sky News)

Gunmen kill at least five at luxury Kabul hotel

Several people have been killed after gunmen launched a deadly assault on a luxury hotel in Kabul (Source Sky News)
"Power to the peaceful, power to the people" - Hundreds of thousands of people have joined women's marches across America in protest against President Donald Trump and sexual assault (Source Sky News)
A British Airways pilot suspected of being drunk was arrested at Gatwick airport on Thursday evening (Source Sky News)

Russian police find crocodile in basement during weapons search

Police got a nasty surprise when they were searching a home for weapons - and found a crocodile in the basement (Source Sky News)