Front Page: Most Popular Stories from Sky News

$4.5bn To Zero: How Tech Tycoon ‘Lost’ Fortune
Last year she was America’s richest self-made woman, worth $4.5bn, but this year her wealth has been revised – to nothing.

Flooding Fears Force Paris Metro To Shut
Heavy rains throughout France, Germany and Belgium have left five people dead and more rain is predicted over the coming days.

Corbyn Attacks Economic Warnings Over Brexit
The Labour leader sets out his “positive” vision for staying in the EU – but slams fellow Remain campaigners Cameron and Osborne.

Thousands Face Axe As BHS Rescue Bids Fail
The retailer’s 163 stores are to close down in the biggest high street collapse since the failure of Woolworths in 2008.

Ex-PM Aide Avoids Jail Over Indecent Images
Patrick Rock claimed the images he downloaded were not indecent, despite one of them featuring a girl aged just 10.

New Photos Show Heard After Depp ‘Assault’
The actress says she “truly feared for her life” after an incident where her husband was allegedly abusive in December 2015.

Messi In Court To Face Tax Fraud Trial
The Barcelona and Argentina football star denies defrauding the Spanish tax office of more than £3m.

Paedophile’s Parents Begged Police To Take Him
The parents of baby rapist Richard Huckle have given witness statements supporting his prosecution, a court hears.

Dead Father And Daughter Are Named
Police say Darren Flux-Edmonds died at an address on the Isle of Wight, and his daughter Keziah died later in hospital.

M5 Partly Closed After Three Killed In Crash
Police say at least four vehicles were involved in the crash between junction 8 and 9 near Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire.

Director ‘Ashamed’ Of His Knightley Remarks
John Carney apologises after saying he’d “never make a film with supermodels again” in reference to the British star.

Hospital Worker Who Swapped Syringes Has HIV
Rocky Allen denies taking a painkiller syringe and swapping it with one containing another substance at a Denver area hospital.

Taylor Swift And Calvin Harris ‘Split Up’
The DJ is reported to have called things off as a source says “Taylor’s heart was more in it than he was”.

‘Please Stay’: Euro Stars’ Love Letter To UK
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, chef Raymond Blanc and Abba’s Bjorn Ulvaeus are among more than 140 signatories.

Want To Find Love Online? Ditch The Man Bun
A survey finds men should wear skinny jeans and a suit jacket and women should upload a photo in gym wear to find matches on apps.

Mother’s 911 Call Before Gorilla Death Released
“He’s grabbing my son – I can’t watch,” the woman cries after her three-year-old falls into an enclosure at Cincinnati Zoo.

Waistline Link To Fatal Prostate Cancer
Researchers say every four inches added to a man’s waistline increase his chances of developing fatal prostate cancer by 18%.

Thursday’s National Newspaper Front Pages
Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash in Thursday’s national newspapers.

Livingstone: Hitler Remarks As Factual As 1+1=2
The former London mayor stand by controversial comments he made about the Nazi leader’s support for a Jewish homeland.

PM v Gove: What They Will Say, What They Won’t
David Cameron and Michael Gove will make EU pitches in the first TV battle of the referendum campaign. Here’s what to expect.

Graphic Novelist Held Over Torture Killing
Blake Leibel’s girlfriend was found inside their West Hollywood flat badly beaten and drained of blood, according to authorities.

Harry Hands Over Invictus Medal To Hospital
US soldier Sergeant Elizabeth Marks asked the prince to take the gold medal she won in Florida to the doctors who saved her life.

PM Faces Sky News Test As Remain Loses Ground
The Prime Minister will be under pressure as new polling suggests widespread unhappiness with levels of EU migration.

Six-Year-Old Dies After Found With Man’s Body
The girl was found unconscious in the house and taken to hospital but died a short time later.

Former Aide To PM Guilty Over Child Images
Patrick Rock admitted to downloading pictures of the girls to his computer but denied they were indecent.

Family Of Boy In Gorilla Death Thank Zoo Staff
The parents of the unnamed three-year-old said he is “still doing well” after Saturday’s incident in Cincinnati.

UCLA Lockdown As Shooting Claims Two Victims
The entire city of Los Angeles has been placed on tactical alert after the incident at the renowned university’s campus.

Parents of ‘Jihadi Jack’ On Terror Charges
Jack Letts’ mother and father, who deny their son has ties to IS, are accused of making money available for a terrorist purpose.

Call For Elderly Drivers Review After Crash
A judge has urged the Government to act after an 80-year-old woman mowed down eight girls who had just left school in Liverpool.

Tube Knifeman ‘Had Lee Rigby Image On Phone’
A court hears an image of the murdered soldier was found on the phone of Muhiddin Mire, who went on a rampage at Leytonstone Tube.

Huckle Tried To Cash In On Child Abuse Pics
Richard Huckle filmed himself abusing children and shared videos and pictures with fellow paedophiles on the dark web.

Prolific Paedophile Raped Babies And Toddlers
Richard Huckle admitted 71 charges – but investigators believe he abused up to 200 victims in poor Christian communities.

New Pics Of Harry Potter Play Cast Members
Fans of the series finally get a look at the actors – in character – who will be playing Ron, Hermione and their daughter Rose.

Carcasses Of 40 Tiger Cubs In Temple’s Freezer
A grim discovery is made after Thai wildlife officials swoop on the Tiger Temple tourist attraction near Bangkok.

Trump To Visit UK Day After EU Referendum
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will visit the UK on 24 June to open a golf course in Scotland.

PETA Activist Says Zoo Wrong To Kill Gorilla
She says “we can’t put the life of an animal above that of a child” – as 400,000 demand an investigation into the boy’s parents.

Signals Detected In Search For EgyptAir Jet
The breakthrough comes from a French vessel scouring the area of the Mediterranean where the plane is thought to have crashed.

New Inquests Into 1974 Birmingham Pub Bombings
A coroner says there is evidence supporting claims police missed advance warnings of the attacks which killed 21 people.

New X Factor Series Goes Back To The Future
Simon Cowell’s TV talent show is trying to revive its flagging ratings by rehiring former judges Sharon, Nicole and Louis.

Japanese Army Joins Search For Missing Boy
The military is searching a forest’s deep crevasses which volunteers cannot easily reach in the hunt for Yamato Tanooka, seven.

Pulido’s Cousin-In-Law Arrested Over Kidnapping
Osvaldo Velazquez Garcia allegedly tipped off armed accomplices when the Olympiakos and Mexico star left a party on Saturday.

Brazil Gang Rape Victim Gives TV Interview
Brazil’s interim president promises to create an institute for women’s rights after protesters took to the streets in the capital.

Brexit Would Trigger World Stocks Turmoil: OECD
Brexit would have a “substantial” impact on the global economy triggering turmoil in the world stock markets, the OECD has warned.

‘Decision Fatigue’ Causes GP Mistakes After Lunch
The BMA calls for patient numbers to be capped – claiming it is “impossible” for GPs not to make mistakes.

Statins Could Stop Breast Cancer Return – Study
The medication “could be a valuable addition to breast cancer treatment” for 12,000 women a year who endure a relapse.

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