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1h 54m Ukraine election: rock star set for coalition talks with comedian-turned-president
The Guardian
President ready for talks with singer Svyatoslav Vakarchuk as exit polls point to victory but as part of coalition As if a comedian becoming the president wasn’t enough, Ukraine now has a rock star as a potential political kingmaker. Svyatoslav Vakarchuk, the 44-year-old lead singer of rock band Okean Elzy, is set to enter Ukraine’s parliament after exit polls showed his newly created Golos (Voice) party taking six percent in Sunday’s parliamentary vote.
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1h 57m Iran tanker seizure: May to chair Cobra meeting on crisis
BBC
The prime minister is expected to receive updates and discuss the security of shipping in the area.
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2h Polish abuse scandal: Victims take on the Catholic Church
BBC
Allegations of appalling abuse involving priests have shaken the trust of many Poles in the Church.
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2h Hong Kong protests: Armed mob storms Yuen Long station
BBC
A mob attacks travellers at a Hong Kong train station, injuring 45, after another weekend of protests.
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2h ‘Heals the wound’: New Zealand Netball World Cup final win takes sting out of cricket loss
The Guardian
Jacinda Ardern was among those cheering the Silver Ferns on as they faced the Australian Diamonds in a nail-biting finish What a difference a week makes. Seven days ago, New Zealand was in despair, mourning the loss of a Cricket World Cup final that will go down as one of the most dramatic in history.
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2h Tory leadership contest: Voting to close
BBC
Party members have until Monday evening to return their ballots for Jeremy Hunt or Boris Johnson.
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3h Family want answers over Benidorm water park accident
BBC
David Briffaut, from Essex, broke his neck in an accident on a slide at a water park in Benidorm.
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4h Body-worn cameras to be compulsory for bailiffs
BBC
The government says the move will help tackle "intimidation and aggression" used by some bailiffs.
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5h Hong Kong protests: Armed mob storms Yuen Long station
BBC
A mob attacks travellers at a Hong Kong train station, injuring 36, after another weekend of protests.
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7h Hong Kong protests: Police fire tear gas at demonstrators
BBC
Riot police clash with demonstrators during the latest pro-democracy march in the territory.
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7h In pictures: Americans cool down in sweltering heatwave
BBC
Temperatures in some US cities are dangerously high, with the East Coast particularly hard-hit.
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7h Portugal wildfires: Huge operation tackles central Portugal blazes
BBC
Hundreds of firefighters spend the day battling wildfires in a forested, mountainous region.
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8h Hong Kong police fire rubber bullets as protests turn violent
The Guardian
Widespread conflict erupts on pro-democracy march, with Beijing liaison office targeted A
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8h Jeremy Hunt under pressure to back plan for Gulf force as Iran digs in
The Guardian
Tehran signals it will not release British-flagged tanker until UK frees one of its vessels The foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, is under intense pressure to join US-led plans for an international maritime protection force in the Gulf as signs grow that Iran is preparing for a long standoff over the British-flagged tanker it has detained. As Tehran signalled it would refuse to release the Steno Impero until the UK released an Iranian-flagged ship seized off the coast of Gibraltar a fortnight ago, the British government faced accusations it had failed to sufficiently guard its shipping in the Gulf.
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8h The Open 2019: Five key holes that gave Shane Lowry victory at Royal Portrush
BBC
Watch the key moments in the battle between Ireland's Shane Lowry and England's Tommy Fleetwood in the final round of The Open at Royal Portrush, which led to Lowry winning his first major.
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10h Netball World Cup 2019: New Zealand beat Australia by one goal in final
BBC
New Zealand stun holders and 11-time champions Australia to win by a single goal in the 2019 Netball World Cup final in Liverpool.
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10h Car drives at crowd in Dundalk graveyard
BBC
The incident happened at St Patrick's Cemetery in Dundalk on Sunday afternoon.
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10h The Open 2019: Shane Lowry wins The Open by six shots ending 15-under
BBC
Shane Lowry wins The Open ending his tournament with a round of 72 to end 15-under and beat Tommy Fleetwood into second by six shots at Royal Portrush.
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10h Netball World Cup 2019: New Zealand beat Australia by one goal in final
BBC
New Zealand stun holders and 11-time champions Australia to win the 2019 Netball World Cup final in Liverpool.
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11h Simon Yates wins stage as Thomas gains time in Tour de France
BBC
Britain's Simon Yates claims a second Tour de France stage win as defending champion Geraint Thomas reduces Julian Alaphilippe's lead.
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11h Hong Kong protests: Police fire tear gas at demonstrators
BBC
Riot police clash with demonstrators during the latest pro-democracy march in the territory.
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11h England beat South Africa to win World Cup bronze
BBC
England clinch the bronze medal at the Netball World Cup by beating South Africa 58-42 in their play-off match in Liverpool.
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12h Hong Kong protests: Police fire tear gas at demonstrators
BBC
Riot police clash with demonstrators during the latest pro-democracy march in the territory.
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12h England win Netball World Cup bronze
BBC
England clinch the bronze medal at the Netball World Cup by beating South Africa 58-42 in their play-off match in Liverpool.
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12h Asher-Smith outclassed by Fraser-Pryce at Anniversary Games
BBC
Briton Dina Asher-Smith finishes second in the women's 100m at the Anniversary Games as Shelley-Ann Pryce storms to victory.
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12h Simon Yates wins stage as Thomas gains time in Tour de France
BBC
Britain's Simon Yates claims a second Tour de France stage win as defending champion Geraint Thomas reduces Julian Alaphilippe's lead.
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12h Police and protesters clash amid huge democracy march in Hong Kong
The Guardian
Riot police fire teargas after protesters ignore orders to restrict rally boundaries Police and demonstrators have clashed after hundreds of thousands of anti-government protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday in the city’s largest demonstration in recent weeks. Riot police armed with batons and shields fired teargas to disperse the crowd as protesters ran toward officers who tried to push them back from a main road in the western district near Beijing’s liaison office with the city. One demonstrator threw a bottle at police. Officers advanced on the crowd, setting off smoke bombs.
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13h Brexit party activist says he obtained Kim Darroch cables
The Guardian
Steven Edginton says his name was left out of original story to avoid ‘possible controversy’ New questions have emerged over leaks of confidential UK diplomatic cables criticising Donald Trump after a 19-year-old Brexit activist was revealed to be the person who obtained them. In a
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13h Hong Kong protests: graffiti, tear gas and riot police
BBC
The BBC's Stephen McDonell is amid the pro-democracy protesters as tear gas is fired.
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13h The Open 2019: Drama on the first as Tommy Fleetwood makes up a shot on Shane Lowry
BBC
Tommy Fleetwood makes par on the first to make up a shot on Shane Lowry who recovered from a wayward tee shot to get away with a bogey at Royal Portrush.
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14h French inventor to attempt to cross Channel on jet-powered flyboard
The Guardian
‘Flying soldier’ Franky Zapata expects to cross from France to England in 20 minutes A former jetski champion and French military reservist who became known as the “flying soldier” after he invented a jet-powered hoverboard will attempt to cross the Channel this week. Franky Zapata, who impressed France with a demonstration of his flyboard at this year’s Bastille Day parade, has said he will make the crossing on Thursday to mark the 110th anniversary of Louis Blériot’s first
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14h Hong Kong protests: High security as masses march
BBC
The latest pro-democracy rally is tense, as it follows the discovery of a huge haul of explosives.
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14h Philip Hammond plans to quit if Johnson becomes PM
BBC
Philip Hammond tells the BBC he plans to resign when Theresa May leaves office next week.
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15h World Aquatics Championships: Adam Peaty breaks 100m breaststroke world record
BBC
British swimmer Adam Peaty breaks the 100m breaststroke world record with a time of 56.88, becoming the first man to go under 57 seconds.
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15h Philip Hammond to quit government if Boris Johnson becomes PM
The Guardian
Chancellor joins David Gauke in saying he could not work for leader seeking a no-deal Brexit Philip Hammond has confirmed he will resign as chancellor if Boris Johnson becomes prime minister next week, as the scale of opposition to a no-deal Brexit among some ministers became increasingly plain. Shortly before the chancellor made his announcement, live on BBC One’s The Andrew Marr Show, the justice secretary, David Gauke, made the same pledge to a newspaper. Tobias Ellwood, the defence minister, also warned that leaving the EU without a deal was not the answer.
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15h Litter of six puppies are reunited with mother after being stolen by machete-wielding burglars
Daily Mail
Six newborn puppies have been returned a day after sick thieves slashed their mother Zena (pictured) with a machete during a burglary on a flat in Harpurhey, Manchester, on Saturday morning.
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16h Philip Hammond plans to quit if Johnson becomes PM
BBC
Philip Hammond tells the BBC he plans to resign when Theresa May leaves office next week.
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16h Iran tanker seizure: Radio exchanges reveal Iran-UK confrontation
BBC
In the recording, a Royal Navy frigate can be heard warning Iran not to obstruct the tanker.
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16h Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky seeks power boost with snap election
BBC
Volodymyr Zelensky hopes Sunday's snap general election will sweep away the old guard of MPs.
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16h Manchester puppy theft: Stolen litter reunited with mother
BBC
The five-week-old dogs were stolen by machete-wielding burglars but are now "safe and well".
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17h Iran tanker seizure: Radio exchanges reveal Iran-UK confrontation
BBC
In the recording, a Royal Navy frigate can be heard warning Iran not to obstruct the tanker.
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18h Philip Hammond plans to quit if Johnson becomes PM
BBC
Philip Hammond tells the BBC he plans to resign when Theresa May leaves office next week.
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18h UK defence minister rebuffs criticism over tanker seized in Gulf
The Guardian
Tobias Ellwood denies Britain took ‘eye off the ball’ and says priority is to reduce tensions
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19h Cairo flights: Lufthansa resumes services but BA cancellations continue
BBC
But British Airways says flights from Heathrow to the Egyptian capital remain cancelled.
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19h Brownlee wins first World Triathlon event since 2017
BBC
British double Olympic medallist Jonathan Brownlee claims his first World Triathlon Series gold medal since 2017 in Edmonton, Canada.
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19h Iran tanker seizure: Radio exchanges reveal Iran-UK confrontation
BBC
In the recording, a Royal Navy frigate can be heard warning Iran not to obstruct the tanker.
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20h Manny Pacquiao beats Keith Thurman on points to take WBA Super welterweight title
BBC
Manny Pacquiao beats Keith Thurman on points to become the WBA welterweight Super champion at the age of 40.
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21h Iran tanker seizure: Radio exchanges reveal Iran-UK confrontation
BBC
In the recording, a Royal Navy frigate can be heard warning Iranian vessels not to obstruct the tanker.
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22h Pacquiao outpoints Thurman to become world welterweight champion at 40
BBC
Manny Pacquiao beats Keith Thurman on points to become the WBA welterweight Super champion at the age of 40.
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Boyfriend of Emily Hartridge reveals she was on her way to fertility clinic when killed on E-Scooter26h Boyfriend of Emily Hartridge reveals she was on her way to fertility clinic when killed on E-Scooter
Daily Mail
Jacob Hazell, 28, has revealed that he and Ms Hartridge were hooked with excitement as they planned for a baby before she was killed in a collision in Battersea nine days ago.
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27h First moon landing: World celebrates 50th anniversary of Apollo 11
BBC
On 20 July 1969, Apollo 11 landed - and hours later Neil Armstrong took his historic first steps.
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28h Kyoto Animation’s stories celebrated warmth and belonging. The fire is a tragic loss of life and legacy | Patrick Lum
The Guardian
The studio that nurtured creativity and treasured its staff made anime that found magic in the everyday Like many fans, I wasn’t really aware of specific animation houses or companies when I first got into Japanese animation as a kid. Anime, as far as I was concerned, came from Japan: end of story. But over time, it became apparent that some of my favourite series and movies were all done by the same studio – a powerhouse named Kyoto Animation.
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28h Whyte survives knockdown to beat Rivas in title eliminator
BBC
British heavyweight Dillian Whyte scores a points win over Oscar Rivas despite being knocked down in a gripping bout.
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28h Why do Americans pay so much for prescription drugs?
BBC
President Donald Trump has pledged to take radical steps to reduce prescription drug prices in the US.
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28h Women in science: Smashing glass ceilings and glass walls
BBC
From pushing boundaries to defying stereotypes - five women who are breaking barriers in science.
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28h DFLA vs FLAF: The Football Lads Tackling Extremism
BBC
Two groups of rival former hooligans have taken their battle online - and it has turned political
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28h Home Office urged to attend emergency drugs summit
BBC
The Scottish government has invited UK ministers to a meeting about the record number of drugs deaths.
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