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Trump tells senators to unite over replealing Obamacare and to find a replacement before August recess
Chelsea agree deal to sign Real striker Alvaro Morata
Chelsea to pay around 80 million euros for Real striker Alvaro Morata
Israeli PM and Central European states attack EU
Israel's prime minister caught making undiplomatic remarks in closed-door session with central European leaders.
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Spain's Sport Minister speaks out in wake of arrest of football chief.
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Stage 11 of the Silk Way Rally was fast, but shorter than expected.
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Primoz Roglic makes Tour de France history
Roglic makes Tour de France history. Froome retains the yellow jersey after stage 17.
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Brief from Brussels
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Saudi woman arrested over miniskirt
Saudi Arabia has some of the world's strictest laws for women, who must wear loose-fitting, full-length robes known as abayas in public.
Huge storms batter UK
Flash floods have swept through the Cornish coastal town of Coverack in the south west of England creating havoc for residents. Homes were evacuated and people have been told to avoid the area.
European Commission to decide on sanctions over Poland's rule of law violations
A new law in Poland threatens the independence of the Supreme Court.
BBC reveals gender pay gap
The BBC is being criticised after the British national broadcaster revealed the large pay gap between its top male and female stars.
Macron appoints new army head after spat with former chief
Fomer French army head furious over army cuts
Israeli PM and central European states attack EU
Europe should better appreciate Israel's key role in Middle Eastern stability, leaders of four central European nations said on Wednesday.
Russia shows off its new fighter jet
Russia has showcased its new multi-purpose fighter jet, the Mikoyan MiG-35, at the 13th International Aviation and Space Salon (MAKS). The airshow
Chinese and U.S. business leaders meet to discuss their economic relationship and future challenges
Twenty business leaders from China and the United States have met to set up an annual dialogue about the economic challenges ahead.
Thinking about moving home - consider a cave
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British royals leave Poland for Germany
William and Kate are on a five-day tour of the two countries
Wildfire rages in California
Around 2,000 residents were ordered to flee Mariposa in California
France's armed forces chief resigns over defence cuts
France's armed forces chief has resigned after a public dispute with President Emmanuel Macron over proposed defence budget cuts.
The battle for Raqqa rages as SDF counts the cost
The brutal fight for Raqqa
Man behind blue whale suicide ‘game’ is jailed
One of the founders of a controversial online challenge that encourages participants to kill themselves has been jailed. Philipp Budeikin, who
French army head quits after row with president
The most senior figure in the French armed forces, Pierre de Villiers has resigned after becoming embroiled in a public row with his president
Trump Hotel Toronto loses sign as rebranding gets underway
The 'Trump' sign has been removed from the Trump International Hotel and Tower in the Canadian city of Toronto.
Bizet's 'Carmen' floats at Bregenz
Outstanding staging of Bizet's 'Carmen'
Russia shows off new warplane to world buyers
Russia is hoping that its latest warplane, the MIG-35, will have many eager buyers amongst the hundreds of companies from 40 countries attending Moscow's annual airshow.
Australian outcry over US shooting
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called the fatal shooting of an Australian woman by a Minneapolis police officer over the weekend "shocking" and "inexplicable".
O.J. Simpson set for parole
O.J Simpson for possible release after serving nine years in jail
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