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London mayor condemns ‘disgraceful’ attack on police at street party

Mayor Sadiq Khan has condemned a street party in west London as “disgraceful” after seven police officers were injured. Bricks and other missiles were launched...

South African health system under strain as coronavirus cases surge

South Africa has reported another record daily increase in confirmed coronavirus cases as the health system comes under strain. More than 11 million people around...

Ghislaine Maxwell will never say anything about Prince Andrew, friend claims

Ghislaine Maxwell would “never” disclose information about Britian's Prince Andrew in the case surrounding paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, her friend has claimed. Former investment banker Laura...

Sale of dog meat banned by Indian state

Authorities in India’s north-eastern state of Nagaland have banned the sale of dog meat and halted the import and trading of dogs to be...

Five released from Turkish jail ahead of trial in Carlos Ghosn flight case

A Turkish court has released four pilots and a private airline official from jail, pending the outcome of their trial on charges of smuggling...

Donald Trump promises fireworks at Mount Rushmore in election year

President Donald Trump will begin his Independence Day weekend with a patriotic display of fireworks at Mount Rushmore before a crowd of thousands. But even...

Mediterranean countries risk becoming ‘melting pots’ for coronavirus – expert

Mediterranean destinations which people may flock to after England scraps quarantine for arrivals from low-risk countries could become “melting pots” for coronavirus, an expert...

Man who crashed lorry in Justin Trudeau’s grounds had several weapons, police say

Canadian police said an armed man who this week crashed his lorry through a gate on the grounds where prime minister Justin Trudeau lives...

Cyprus to welcome UK tourists with strings attached

Cyprus’ beleaguered tourism sector got some good news after the government announced that travellers from the UK will be allowed entry into the east...

Police in UK ‘praying for rain’ on Saturday when pubs reopen

Police are “praying for rain” on Saturday as pubs and clubs stage a cautious reopening after almost four months of lockdown. West Midlands Labour Police...

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Egyptian authorities arrest doctors and silence critics amid pandemic

Egyptian security agencies have tried to stifle criticism over the government of President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi’s handling of the rising coronavirus crisis. At least 10...

Anger as social distancing keeps Grenfell victims from Inquiry

Victims of the Grenfell Tower fire have expressed anger at not being able to attend the inquiry into the disaster due to social-distancing measures. The...

UK retail job losses: 24,000 and rising

More than 24,000 jobs have already been lost in the UK, across high street retailers in administration, in the first half of 2020 after...

Ghislaine Maxwell to appear in court on bail application

US prosecutors have asked a New York judge to schedule a court appearance on Friday for Ghislaine Maxwell, authorities said. The British socialite has been...

Boris Johnson leads UK-wide applause for NHS to mark 72nd anniversary

British prime minister Boris Johnson has led a nationwide clap for key workers on the NHS’s 72nd anniversary, along with the woman who started...
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