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Police officer killed while attending reported burglary in Berkshire, with 10 arrested on suspicion of his murder
Israel bars two US members of Congress and Israel critics Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, deputy foreign minister says
Gibraltar drops legal proceedings against the crew of an Iranian supertanker detained since 4 July
Post-mortem results show 'no suspicion of foul play' in death of teenager Nora Quoirin - Malaysian police
Liverpool add to their Champions League triumph by winning the #SuperCup on penalties. Reaction 👉
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Footballer Emiliano Sala, who died in a plane crash over the English Channel, had been exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide
US rapper ASAP Rocky found guilty of assault during Stockholm brawl and given suspended sentence
A body found in the search for a vulnerable girl who went missing on holiday in Malaysia is Nora Quoirin, police confirm
Hong Kong airport suspends flights for a second day because of anti-government protests
Police searching for missing teenager Nora Quoirin in Malaysia say they have found a body.
Hong Kong airport cancels flights as anti-government protests at the busy international hub go into fourth day
A shooting at a mosque in Norway is being investigated as a possible act of terrorism, police say
US financier Jeffrey Epstein found dead in his cell while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges, US media report
Utility suppliers confirm nearly one million people affected by UK #powercut tonight @beisgovuk spokesperson says they're "in contact with National Grid and Energy Distribution Networks" adding "the system has returned to normal”
National Grid says the outage was caused by "issues with two power generators" but says the problem has now been resolved
Network Rail says trains across large parts of England were stopped after a "power surge on the National Grid" but its signalling system has now come back online
Major power failures reported across large areas of the UK, affecting trains, airports and traffic lights
Church warden guilty of murdering an author after attempting to benefit from his will
The UK economy's output fell by 0.2% between April and June, its worst performance since 2012
Man charged with attempted murder and possessing offensive weapon after London attack that injured police officer
UK train companies will stay part of Interrail scheme, reversing Wednesday's decision, operators group says
Explosion at military base in northern Russia kills two people and injures six more, officials say
A policeman stabbed in a "frenzied" machete attack in east London will make a recovery, Met Police says
Canada police find bodies of two teenage fugitives suspected of three murders, including US-Australian couple
Ryanair pilots vote to strike in row over pay and conditions with union announcing plans for two 48-hour walkouts
Row over Kashmir deepens as Pakistan downgrades ties with India, expelling high commissioner and suspending trade
Hundreds of residents of Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire, can return home - six days after a dam alert sparked evacuation
BA cancels almost 100 flights, with more than 200 others delayed due to IT failure
US novelist Toni Morrison, the first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, has died aged 88
Chelsea's board have apologised "unreservedly" after a report found young footballers were targeted for years at the club by a "prolific and manipulative sexual abuser". In full:
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Tuesday's strike at Heathrow has been cancelled as the union and the airport reach a deal over workers' pay
President Trump says US must condemn bigotry, racism and white supremacy, following mass shootings in Texas and Ohio
Indian government announces plans to revoke special status for Indian-administered Kashmir - amid massive protests
Iran seizes another foreign tanker in the Gulf, Iranian state media say
Nine killed and 16 injured in Dayton, Ohio, shooting - second US mass shooting in 24 hours
Flyboarding Frenchman Franky Zapata makes first successful Channel crossing on his jet-powered craft
More than 600 detained in Moscow during unauthorised protest at disqualification of local election candidates
The Tories lose Brecon and Radnorshire by-election to the Lib Dems, reducing new PM Boris Johnson's majority to one.
North Korea has fired multiple unidentified 'projectiles' off its east coast, according to the South Korean military
Sudan suspends all schools and colleges nationwide amid unrest over killing of student protesters on Monday
Last Thursday's 38.7C in Cambridge confirmed as highest temperature ever officially recorded in UK
Fight between rival gangs in northern Brazilian prison has left more than 50 dead, officials say
Carl Beech jailed for 18 years for making false allegations of murder and child sexual abuse against public figures
US government schedules five executions, reversing two-decade lapse in federal use of death penalty
Up to 150 people may have drowned in shipwreck off the coast of Libya, UN refugee agency says
Tunisia's first freely-elected president Beji Caid Essebsi has died, aged 92, the country's presidency says
Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo RossellĂł is to step down after leaked obscenity-laden messages sparked protests.
Dominic Raab named as foreign secretary by UK PM Boris Johnson Follow live updates:
Priti Patel appointed as home secretary by UK PM Boris Johnson Follow live updates:
Sajid Javid has been appointed chancellor by UK PM Boris Johnson Follow live updates:
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