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Ineos to buy Dong Energy's oil and gas arm in £1bn deal

The petrochemicals giant says the move will make it the biggest private group operating in the North Sea.

Police investigate man's sudden death in Dundee

Officers were seen entering a tenement block in Dundee city centre as part of their investigation.

Trustee accused of £80,000 veterans charity embezzlement

The 66-year-old is accused of taking more than £80,000 from the group over the course of two years.

Man charged over spate of distraction thefts in Dundee

The 35-year-old is accused of targeting elderly people during a spate of incidents in Dundee.

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Trump holds first face-to-face talks with Pope Francis

The two leaders greeted each other cordially, after clashing on issues from migration to climate change.

Mindanao martial law could last a year, warns Philippine president

President Duterte's warning comes after soldiers clashed with militants in the southern Philippines.

Taiwan's top court rules in favour of same-sex marriage

The decision paves the way for Taiwan to become the first place in Asia to allow same-sex marriages.

Migrant crisis: Mediterranean rescue as 20 drown

A mission is under way to rescue about 200 people who fell from an overcrowded boat off Libya.