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36m Backstreet Boys fans hurt in Oklahoma storm
BBC
At least 14 people were taken to hospital after a metal structure at a concert in Oklahoma fell.
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1h 30m Jacob Rees-Mogg warns Theresa May Brexiteers will block her plans unless they are changed
The Independent
The eurosceptic group that the MP chairs is drawing up alternative proposals to the prime minister's plans
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1h 49m Genoa’s tragedy points to a malaise at Italy’s heart | Tobias Jones
The Guardian
The country boasts marvels that have lasted centuries. Now a culture of corruption has led to mediocrity everywhereThe horror of the
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Trump planning to 'revoke security clearances as punishment for critical White House officials'2h Trump planning to 'revoke security clearances as punishment for critical White House officials'
The Independent
President's revocation of ex-CIA director John Brennan's security clearance has been widely condemned
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2h Boris Johnson's Facebook page hosts hundreds of Islamophobic comments after burqa row
The Independent
One comment reads, 'come on Boris, you had the bottle to start getting rid of these bloody Muslims, just like Enoch [Powell] wanted to rid us of all yer bloody c**ns'
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Money wars: how sanctions and tariffs became Trump’s big guns2h Money wars: how sanctions and tariffs became Trump’s big guns
The Guardian
The president’s hit-’em-where-it-hurts approach to foreign policy is in danger of backfiring as rivals unite against the USSome US presidents use military force to impose America’s will on other countries. Most prefer traditional diplomacy and negotiation, or else they ask allies to help them get their way. Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama stressed the importance of moral example in projecting global leadership. Donald Trump does things differently. Since taking office last year, he has repeatedly resorted to draconian economic sanctions and trade tariffs, launching them like missiles at countries and people he does not approve of. Trump did not invent the practice but it has become his foreign policy weapon of choice.
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Backstreet Boys fans hurt in Oklahoma storm2h Backstreet Boys fans hurt in Oklahoma storm
BBC
At least 14 people were taken to hospital after a metal structure at a concert in Oklahoma fell.
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 Macron wades into Brexit debate backing coalition of Remainer MPs who plan to thwart May AND Corbyn  2h Macron wades into Brexit debate backing coalition of Remainer MPs who plan to thwart May AND Corbyn 
Daily Mail
Emmanuel Macron is backing a controversial move by Tory and Labour MPs to join forces to counter the risk of Brexit fuelling a rise in UK extremism.
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 State funeral for Genoa bridge collapse disaster 3h State funeral for Genoa bridge collapse disaster
Daily Mail
More victims of the Genoa bridge collapse were laid to rest today as relatives attended the state funeral amid growing anger in Italy over the disaster which claimed so many lives.
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Mike Ashley needs a new approach to make House of Fraser anything like Harrods3h Mike Ashley needs a new approach to make House of Fraser anything like Harrods
The Independent
The Sports Direct founder is a shrewd retailer, but he is undertaking a mammoth task with his new venture
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3h DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: Losing weight - with a full fat dessert 
Daily Mail
A full fat yougurt as a dessert is the best option. Rather than worrying about saturated and unsaturated fats, you should think of good and bad ones, writes DR MICHAEL MOSLEY.
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Lombok earthquake: Strong tremor shakes Indonesian island3h Updated Lombok earthquake: Strong tremor shakes Indonesian island
BBC
The 6.3 magnitude tremor is the latest in weeks of earthquakes that have killed more than 476 people.
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3h Pussy Riot: Riot Days review – it’s impossible to look away
The Guardian
A multimedia show from the Russian punk activists still being persecuted for anti-Putin protest is as funny as it is nerve-shredding Pussy Riot might put the punk rock in modern protest, but their musical chops have always been a little less clear. You will likely know that two of the Russian feminist disrupters were arrested and sentenced to nearly two years in a labour camp for
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In the Cape Town enclave that survived apartheid, the new enemy is gentrification4h In the Cape Town enclave that survived apartheid, the new enemy is gentrification
The Guardian
Picturesque Bo-Kaap was for decades the home of Muslim residents. Now, as some cash in on soaring house prices, others want to hold on to their historySunday morning in Cape Town. Two days of rain have washed the dust from the air. Table Mountain is etched against a clear blue southern winter sky. Seagulls wheel on an ocean breeze. In the Bo-Kaap neighbourhood of the city, the famous painted houses shine postcard perfect. Children play on cobbled streets. Men in prayer caps watch, deep in conversation, prayer beads clicking. Yet the apparent calm is misleading. In recent weeks angry young men have burned tyres in the streets of Bo-Kaap. There have been marches and demonstrations. The immediate spark for the anger? Plans to build hotels, luxury apartments and shops. The deeper cause? Fear that gentrification will destroy the community.
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UK investigates WW2 shipwreck looting claims4h UK investigates WW2 shipwreck looting claims
BBC
The defence secretary says he is "very concerned" to hear claims that four wrecks in Asia had been targeted.
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Lombok earthquake: 6.3-magnitude tremor rocks Indonesian island just two weeks after quakes killed 4604h Lombok earthquake: 6.3-magnitude tremor rocks Indonesian island just two weeks after quakes killed 460
The Independent
Lombok has been struck by another major earthquake - just two weeks after a quake killed 460 people on the Indonesian island.
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5h The day Aretha Franklin found her sound – and a bunch of men nearly killed it
The Guardian
In Muscle Shoals in 1967, the Queen of Soul recorded her first hit – despite swirling clouds of drink, jealousy and masculine competition It was the tumultuous recording session in which Aretha Franklin found her voice – and a controlling bunch of men almost screwed it up.
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5h Carl Frampton stops Luke Jackson to set up Josh Warrington fight
BBC
Carl Frampton stops Luke Jackson in the ninth round of their featherweight contest at Windsor Park in Belfast.
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5h Lombok: magnitude-6.3 earthquake rocks Indonesian island
The Guardian
Quake was also felt in neighbouring island of Bali and comes two weeks after earthquakes killed 460 A 6.3-magnitude earthquake rocked the Indonesian island of Lombok on Sunday, sending people fleeing into the streets just two weeks after a quake which killed more than 460 people. The quake was centred west-southwest of Belanting town in East Lombok, the US Geological Survey said, at a relatively shallow depth of 7km.
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6h Kerala floods: many thousands await rescue as downpour continues
The Guardian
Indian PM vows more aid and compensation for those hit by worst monsoon in 100 years More than 350 people have died in the southern Indian state of Kerala in the worst flooding in nearly 100 years, with heavy rain predicted to continue for at least the next two days. “Since 29 May, when the monsoon starts in Kerala, a total of 357 people have lost their lives until now,” a statement from the state’s information officer said on Sunday.
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6h Ecuador tightens entry rules for Venezuelan migrants
BBC
Thousands fleeing Venezuela's economic crisis are blocked as they try to cross from Colombia.
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UK investigates fresh reports of looting of sunken navy ships6h UK investigates fresh reports of looting of sunken navy ships
The Guardian
Gavin Williamson says UK will work closely with Indonesia and Malaysia over claims Second World War ships have been plundered The government is investigating fresh reports that a number of British Second World War wrecks in Asia have been plundered by grave robbers.
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Brexit: Government to publish no-deal advice on Thursday9h Brexit: Government to publish no-deal advice on Thursday
BBC
Dominic Raab says the technical notices are necessary to "mitigate the risks" of a no-deal Brexit.
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10h Ecuador tightens entry rules for Venezuelan migrants
BBC
Thousands fleeing Venezuela's economic crisis are blocked as they try to cross from Colombia.
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11h Kerala floods: Eyewitness accounts from BBC reporters
BBC
As southern India braces for more rain, BBC reporters in Kerala see the devastating impact of floods.
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11h Genoa bridge collapse: Families jeer Italian politicians at state funeral
The Independent
Some grieving relatives snubbed the service organised by the government, as death toll rises to 43
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Hundreds of families made homeless by landlords cashing in on rising property prices, data suggests11h Hundreds of families made homeless by landlords cashing in on rising property prices, data suggests
The Independent
Ending of private tenancies is now the single biggest cause of homelessness in the country, analysis suggests
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Sir Peter Tapsell death: Long-serving former Conservative MP dies aged 8811h Sir Peter Tapsell death: Long-serving former Conservative MP dies aged 88
The Independent
The 'Father of the House' spent more than 50 years in the Commons before standing down in 2015
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The man who keeps suing Hong Kong12h The man who keeps suing Hong Kong
BBC
Pensioner Kwok Cheuk-kin has taken the Hong Kong government to court more than 30 times over the last decade and has won just one case.
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The first humanist lead chaplain in the NHS12h The first humanist lead chaplain in the NHS
BBC
Lindsay van Dijk is the first humanist lead chaplain in the NHS.
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Brexit: First 'no-deal' technical notices to be published on Thursday, says Downing Street12h Brexit: First 'no-deal' technical notices to be published on Thursday, says Downing Street
The Independent
More than 80 documents giving advice to citizens and businesses due to come out before end of September
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12h Egypt internet: Sisi ratifies law tightening control over websites
BBC
New laws means websites can be blocked if deemed a security threat, but critics say they crush dissent.
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Kerala floods: Rescue workers trying to save thousands of animals at risk of drowning12h Kerala floods: Rescue workers trying to save thousands of animals at risk of drowning
The Independent
Specialists have already found puppies left tied up and a kitten on a rooftop as region faces worst floods for more than a century
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Trump's top White House lawyer Donald McGahn 'cooperating with Mueller probe'13h Trump's top White House lawyer Donald McGahn 'cooperating with Mueller probe'
The Independent
US president says move had his blessing and his administration is 'most transparent in history'
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13h Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder face off in ring after Briton beats Francesco Pianeta
BBC
Tyson Fury says he will knock out world champion Deontay Wilder as their bout is confirmed after his win over Francesco Pianeta.
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Salih Khater: 29-year-old charged with attempted murder of public and police in Westminster crash13h Salih Khater: 29-year-old charged with attempted murder of public and police in Westminster crash
The Independent
Salih Khater has been charged with two counts of attempted murder following a crash in Westminster on Tuesday.
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Former Conservative MP Sir Peter Tapsell dies aged 8813h Former Conservative MP Sir Peter Tapsell dies aged 88
BBC
Sir Peter Tapsell, who served as a Conservative MP during seven different decades, has died.
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13h Westminster car crash: Man charged with attempted murder
BBC
Salih Khater will appear in court charged with the attempted murder of pedestrians and police.
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Westminster car crash: Man charged with attempted murder14h Westminster car crash: Man charged with attempted murder
BBC
Salih Khater will appear in court charged with the attempted murder of pedestrians and police.
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Berlin protests: Far-right and anti-Nazi activists clash on anniversary of Rudolf Hess death15h Berlin protests: Far-right and anti-Nazi activists clash on anniversary of Rudolf Hess death
The Independent
At least one police officer injured as demonstrators hurl bottles and stones
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15h Chelsea 3-2 Arsenal: Marcos Alonso scores late to give Chelsea victory
BBC
Marcos Alonso's late strike settles a chaotic classic in Chelsea's favour after Arsenal fight back from 2-0 down and threaten to earn a point.
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15h California: man driving wife to hospital to give birth arrested by Ice agents
The Guardian
María del Carmen Venegas says husband Joel was handcuffed after they stopped for gas on the way for planned C-section A California woman said she had to drive herself to the hospital to give birth alone, after her husband was arrested by agents of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or Ice.
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15h Cambridge University plans free degrees for poorest students
The Independent
'Bursaries and scholarships available are spread too thin right across the student body', says Labour MP
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Brexit vote campaign gets £1m from Superdry co-founder15h Brexit vote campaign gets £1m from Superdry co-founder
BBC
The multi-millionaire says he donated £1m because "we have a genuine chance to turn this around".
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Premier League results: Chelsea, Tottenham, Everton, Leicester and Bournemouth win15h Premier League results: Chelsea, Tottenham, Everton, Leicester and Bournemouth win
BBC
Chelsea beat Arsenal 3-2, Harry Kane ends his August goal drought as Tottenham defeat Fulham, while there were also wins for Leicester, Everton and Bournemouth.
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15h Kofi Annan: tributes pour in for ‘an outstanding human being’
The Guardian
World leaders honour the former UN secretary-general, who has died aged 80, as a rare breed of diplomatTributes poured in from around the world for Kofi Annan, the first sub-Saharan African to lead the United Nations, whose work revitalising the organisation and putting human rights at the core of its mission was recognised with a Nobel peace prize. In a rare moment of unity, leaders around the globe and across the spectrum, from Tony Blair to Vladimir Putin, remembered his charisma, commitment and diplomatic gifts.
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Trump claims social media 'discriminating' against right-wing voices 15h Trump claims social media 'discriminating' against right-wing voices
The Independent
President claims online platforms are 'closing down the opinions' of Republicans and conservatives
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15h Chelsea 3-2 Arsenal
BBC
Marcos Alonso's late strike settled a chaotic classic in Chelsea's favour after Arsenal fought back from 2-0 down and threatened to earn a point.
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Brexit: Campaigners call for final vote on EU exit deal at Edinburgh rally16h Brexit: Campaigners call for final vote on EU exit deal at Edinburgh rally
The Independent
Organisers say about 1,000 people attended the event in Festival Square
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16h Immigration agents arrest man while he is driving his pregnant wife to hospital
The Independent
The husband is in the US illegally but had simply forgotten his identification at home
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Self-made entrepreneur behind Superdry fashion label hands £1m to Brexit referendum campaign16h Self-made entrepreneur behind Superdry fashion label hands £1m to Brexit referendum campaign
The Independent
Julian Dunkerton says cash will pay for one of UK's biggest ever polling operations
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16h Fashion boss gives £1m boost to People’s Vote campaign
The Guardian
Superdry co-founder Julian Dunkerton calls for new Brexit poll and says fear is growing about prospect of no dealThe campaign for a referendum on the final Brexit deal has been boosted by a record £1m donation, amid growing public concern that Britain will leave the EU without any agreement. The multimillionaire Julian Dunkerton, who co-founded the Superdry fashion label, said he was making the donation to the
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17h Legal challenge to new Irish police boss
BBC
A relative of a woman killed in the 1971 McGurk's Bar bombing says Drew Harris "lacks independence".
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17h Jewish Labour members accuse party leaders of trying to 'censor' conference antisemitism training
The Independent
Exclusive: Jewish Labour Movement says officials told them to amend course due to be given at party's annual event next month
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17h Italy’s grief and anger grow as Genoa starts to bury its dead
The Guardian
With casualty numbers still rising, some of the bereaved have shunned state commemorations to hold private memorialsThe coffins, strewn with flowers and draped with the flags of different countries, were lined in a row as the mourners came in their thousands. The dead had come from far and wide – from Chile, the country of Juan Carlos Pastenes and his wife Nora Rivera; from France, home to a group of twentysomethings on their way to a music festival; from Albania, which two young Muslim men had left to pursue a better life in Italy; and from Genoa, the grief-stricken city of eight-year-old Samuele Robbiano and his parents. After the service, his small coffin was placed gingerly in a hearse accompanied by a large bunch of yellow flowers and two cuddly toy animals. The port city held a state funeral on Saturday for 19 victims of the collapse last week of the landmark Morandi bridge. At least 42 people are now known to have died in one of the worst tragedies in modern Italian history, the death toll rising on Saturday after the bodies of a couple from Piedmont and their nine-year-old daughter were found in the wreckage. Rescuers were still working to find five more people who have been reported missing.
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Kofi Annan death: World leaders honour former UN chief17h Kofi Annan death: World leaders honour former UN chief
BBC
Leaders honour Kofi Annan, the first black African to become UN secretary-general, who died aged 80.
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18h Deaf children fall further behind classmates at A-level due to government cuts, analysis finds
The Independent
Exclusive: 'To be falling behind so drastically shows the system is completely failing deaf students', says expert
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Passengers take the strain as train firms slash services for engineering works18h Passengers take the strain as train firms slash services for engineering works
The Independent
Our travel correspondent sets out on a journey of discovery between Manchester and London
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18h Body found in burning vehicle at Disney World in Florida, say police
The Independent
Homicide detectives are investigating at the scene near a miniature golf course
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18h US sanctions Myanmar military over Rohingya 'ethnic cleansing'
The Independent
Army accused of rape, indiscriminate killing and arson in weeks-long clearance operation in Rakhine state
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19h Kofi Annan, former UN chief, dies at 80
BBC
He was the first black African to become UN secretary-general and was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize.
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British doctors hit back at Nigel Farage in no-deal Brexit row20h British doctors hit back at Nigel Farage in no-deal Brexit row
The Independent
Exclusive: The British Medical Association says it has a duty to be honest with the public on Brexit
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20h Alex Jones accused of destroying evidence in Sandy Hook defamation case after deleting videos
The Independent
Families of victims have been stalked and threatened by Mr Jones' followers after he called mass shooting 'completely fake', according to lawsuit
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Kofi Annan, former UN chief, dies at 8020h Kofi Annan, former UN chief, dies at 80
BBC
He was the first black African to become UN secretary-general and was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize.
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21h Labour Party suspends former MP Jim Sheridan
BBC
Former parliamentarian Jim Sheridan is being investigated as allegations emerge about anti-Semitism.
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21h Kofi Annan, former UN chief, dies at 80
BBC
He was the first black African to become UN secretary-general and was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize.
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Kofi Annan, former UN chief, dies at 8022h Kofi Annan, former UN chief, dies at 80
BBC
He was the first black African to become UN secretary-general and was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize.
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23h Celebrity Big Brother responds to Stormy Daniels no-show
BBC
The adult film actress was meant to appear on the show on Thursday, but pulled out just before is was meant to start.
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23h Kofi Annan, former UN chief, dies at 80
BBC
He was the first black African to become UN secretary-general and was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize.
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23h Former Labour MP Jim Sheridan suspended following remarks about Jewish community
The Independent
Jim Sheridan faces disciplinary action, as an Israeli athlete who survived the Munich massacre accuses Jeremy Corbyn of antisemitism
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Venezuela: How the most oil rich nation on earth was brought to the brink of collapse24h Venezuela: How the most oil rich nation on earth was brought to the brink of collapse
The Independent
This is what happens when an economy and a society disintegrates due to economic mismanagement and populist folly
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24h Why have Boris Johnson's constituents changed their minds on Brexit?
The Independent
At the time of the referendum, the voters of Uxbridge and South Ruislip were pro-Brexit, so what does their change of heart mean for the former Foreign Secretary?
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24h Kofi Annan dead: Former UN secretary-general dies aged 80
The Independent
Kofi Annan, the former UN secretary-general, has died aged 80.
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Kofi Annan, former UN chief, dies at 8024h Kofi Annan, former UN chief, dies at 80
BBC
He was the first black African to become UN secretary-general and was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize.
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24h Kerala floods: Troops rush in to help rescue efforts
BBC
Troops step up rescue efforts to save people threatened by flooding that has killed hundreds.
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Kofi Annan, former UN secretary general, dies24h Kofi Annan, former UN secretary general, dies
The Guardian
Ghanaian diplomat, who served as seventh secretary general of United Nations between 1997 and 2006, dies aged 80 Kofi Annan, the former United Nations secretary general, has died at the age of 80 after a short illness, his family and foundation announced on Saturday. The Ghanaian was the seventh secretary general of the UN who served for two terms between 1997 and 2006 and won the Nobel peace prize for his humanitarian work jointly .
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Kofi Annan, former UN chief, dies at 8025h Kofi Annan, former UN chief, dies at 80
BBC
Kofi Annan, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for humanitarian work, has died aged 80, diplomats say.
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25h Genoa bridge collapse: thousands attend state funeral for victims
The Guardian
President Sergio Mattarella among those at ceremony for 18 who died in tragedy About 3,000 people gathered in Genoa on Saturday for the state funeral for those killed in the collapse of the Morandi bridge. Rescue workers arriving at the ceremony were given a sustained round of applause, as the death toll rose to 41 after a couple from Turin and their nine-year old daughter were found beneath the rubble.
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Kerala floods: Troops rush in to help rescue efforts26h Kerala floods: Troops rush in to help rescue efforts
BBC
Troops step up rescue efforts to save people threatened by flooding that has killed hundreds.
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26h Military police investigate claims two officer cadets 'waterboarded' recruit at Sandhurst
The Independent
Pair claimed to have pinned down victim and poured water over a cloth covering his face
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Imran Khan sworn in as Pakistan prime minister26h Imran Khan sworn in as Pakistan prime minister
The Independent
Cricketing hero takes reigns of power promising 'integrity, well-being and prosperity' for his country
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Latte Levy: Ministers signal victory for The Independent's campaign against disposable coffee cups27h Latte Levy: Ministers signal victory for The Independent's campaign against disposable coffee cups
The Independent
Greenpeace now says that the measure is inevitable but should be just the start of using tax to fight plastic use
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Kerala floods: Troops rush in to help rescue efforts27h Kerala floods: Troops rush in to help rescue efforts
BBC
The army steps up rescue efforts to save people threatened by flooding that has killed hundreds.
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Kerala floods: PM Modi inspects flood rescue effort28h Kerala floods: PM Modi inspects flood rescue effort
BBC
He flew over the devastated areas where hundreds of people have died and thousands are homeless.
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30h Kerala floods: PM Modi inspects flood rescue effort
BBC
He will view the devastated areas where hundreds of people have died and thousands are homeless.
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30h Kerala floods: death toll rises to at least 324 as rescue effort continues
The Guardian
220,000 people left homeless and thousands still trapped in southern Indian state after unusually heavy rain Pressure intensified on Saturday to save thousands still trapped by devastating floods that have killed more than 300 in the Indian state of Kerala, triggering landslides and sending torrents sweeping through villages in the region’s worst inundation crisis in a century. Authorities warned of more torrential rain and strong winds over the weekend, as hundreds of troops and local fishermen staged desperate rescue attempts in helicopters and boats across the southern state.
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17 Aug 11:58pm Kerala floods: PM Modi inspects flood rescue effort
BBC
He will view the devastated areas where hundreds of people have died and thousands are homeless.
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17 Aug 8:47pm Yemen war: Boys dig friends’ graves after air strike
BBC
A school trip ended in disaster when the bus was hit by a Saudi-led coalition missile.
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Rise in type 2 diabetes in young people in England and Wales 17 Aug 8:21pm Rise in type 2 diabetes in young people in England and Wales
BBC
Child health experts say the rise is "alarming" and more should be done to reduce obesity.
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Antisemitism definition at heart of Labour row 'will silence public discussion', say minority groups 17 Aug 8:20pm Antisemitism definition at heart of Labour row 'will silence public discussion', say minority groups
The Independent
Organisations representing migrants and ethnic minorities in Britain reveal their opposition to the full adoption of the IHRA guidelines
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More than 40 per cent increase in children with type 2 diabetes an 'unmitigated disaster', experts say 17 Aug 7:03pm More than 40 per cent increase in children with type 2 diabetes an 'unmitigated disaster', experts say
The Independent
Condition unprecedented before 2000 now affects 715 children in England and Wales, though true figure probably higher
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17 Aug 7:02pm HMS Queen Elizabeth leaves Portsmouth for historic US trip, amid rumours of potential Trump visit
The Independent
Warship will first dock in New York and trial landing F-35B fast jets on deck for the first time
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