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Zoe Daniel says previous body set up by Coalition to oversee unions was 'so politicised' that it could not be effectiveFollow our Australia news live blog for latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastThe Albanese government's plan to appoint an independent administrator to take control of the CFMEU will...

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BBC - World (10 minutes ago)

Team GB swimming team-mates take on our 10-minute painting challenge.

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BBC - World (10 minutes ago)

BBC Sport picks out six highly anticipated swimming races to watch at the Paris Olympics, including Adam Peaty's quest for gold and France's new superstar.

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Justin Rose is relishing the opportunity to live out his "dream" and become the first Englishman to win The Open in 32 years.

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A Border Force patrol vessel was seen towing the small boat into Dover on Saturday.

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This was his first rally with new running mate JD Vance and since last week's assassination attempt.

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The Guardian - World (An hour ago)

Three reported killed and 87 wounded after oil depot and electrical installations hitPowerful airstrikes rocked the Red Sea port city of Hodeidah a day after Israeli officials vowed revenge for a drone that struck Tel Aviv.Airstrikes hit a refinery and electricity infrastructure, sparking a huge blaze. The Almasirah television channel, run by...

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The Guardian - World (An hour ago)

2024 Games organiser Tony Estanguet tells how chats with British sporting legend Sebastian Coe have kept him on an even keelIt has to feel pretty weird. You're in charge of the biggest event your country's ever organised. You have worked on it to the exclusion, basically, of everything else in your life, for very nearly a decade. And now – it's a...

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Police say pram carrying two two-year-old girls rolled off platform at Carlton train station and they were treating it as an accidentFollow our Australia news live blog for latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastA child and a man have died after a pram rolled from a railway platform on to train tracks...

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The Guardian - World (An hour ago)

Home affairs minister says it will take time until all affected sectors are completely back online. Follow liveEmergency meetings to assess IT outage falloutFurther emergency meetings will be held to examine the fallout of a global IT outage in Australia, AAP reports.We are still in recovery stage … there is still more work to do to make sure...

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BBC - World (An hour ago)

Donald Trump's would-be killer was spotted long before he took his first shot. The BBC pieces together the events of that day.

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BBC - World (2 hours ago)

It is thought the device, now being examined, was used to pick the best line of sight to the former president.

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The Guardian - World (2 hours ago)

Police say the 37-year-old man and a friend had shared a pizza and were walking to a friend's house in Guildford when three masked men attacked themFollow our Australia news live blog for latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastA man has died after being stabbed when he was allegedly attacked by a...

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The Guardian - World (2 hours ago)

Police allege the 24-year-old mounted the footpath and deliberately hit the 23-year-old mother in Daisy Hill in south-east BrisbaneFollow our Australia news live blog for latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastA young woman has been charged with the murder of another young woman, who had just dropped...

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The Guardian - World (3 hours ago)

Police said there was a fight between two men and a woman that left one man dead and the woman with life-threatening injuriesFollow our Australia news live blog for latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastA man has faced court charged with murder after an alleged altercation at a Melbourne home left...

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BBC - World (5 hours ago)

If we can't control rising global temperatures by drastically cutting carbon emissions, could something called geo-engineering be a way to cool the planet?

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Activists say spiralling housing costs are due to properties being bought by foreigners - or rented over the summer.

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BBC - World (5 hours ago)

A report by the Times says the government has been recommended a 5.5% pay rise in schools and the NHS.

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BBC - World (5 hours ago)

Since the invasion of Ukraine, the measures used to clamp down on Kremlin critics have swelled.

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The women flouting tradition to get reconstructive surgery after female genital mutilation.

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The Guardian - World (6 hours ago)

A massive dump of snow on Friday night has continued into Saturday, bringing 'super thick fresh powder snow' to alpine areasFollow our Australia news live blog for latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastChristmas in July has finally arrived for ski resorts this weekend as the first widespread snowfall...

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BBC - World (6 hours ago)

A male and a female have been arrested following the sudden death in south Belfast on Saturday.

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BBC - World (6 hours ago)

BBC correspondents examine some of the key policies announced by Keir Starmer's new government.

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BBC - World (6 hours ago)

An exhibition is raising awareness of the prejudice people face for looking different.

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A look at what's making the headlines of the newspapers this morning.

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Tourism is booming under the Taliban regime as Westerners flock to see its unspoilt sites - but not everyone is winning.

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BBC - World (6 hours ago)

Questions remain after the teenager's body was found in Tenerife - and it's unclear whether they will be answered.

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The Guardian - World (7 hours ago)

Attack comes after Israeli fighter jets hit Houthi military targets in Yemen's Hodeidah, killing three people and wounding 87Israel strikes Yemen port after attack on Tel AvivThree people were killed and 87 were wounded in Israel's airstrikes in Hodeidah in Yemen, according to Almasirah TV.Israel's military said on Saturday there was no indication...

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The Guardian - World (7 hours ago)

Greek Cypriots in south wake to air raid sirens reminiscent of invasion while Turkish-occupied north celebratesCyprus has marked the landmark anniversary of 50 years of ethnic division amid markedly contrasting scenes: mourning in the south and celebration in the north.At 5.20am Greek Cypriots in the internationally recognised south awoke to air...

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BBC - World (7 hours ago)

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag says former interim boss Ralf Rangnick was "absolutely right" about the club needing "open-heart" surgery.

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BBC - World (7 hours ago)

Defence Minister Yoav Gallant says his country sent a message, while Houthi official Mohammed Abdulsalam blasts Israeli "aggression".

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BBC - World (8 hours ago)

Ray Reardon, who has died aged 91, dominated the sport of snooker for the best part of a decade as he won six world titles between 1970 and 1978.

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BBC - World (8 hours ago)

The consumer recall agency, Rappel Conso, says they contain a harmful chemical, Bisphenol A.

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BBC - World (9 hours ago)

Emma Williams-Tully felt "vulnerable and alone" when she was put into a chemical menopause at 20.

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BBC - World (9 hours ago)

Passengers claim they spent hours at the boarding gate without access to food or water on Friday.

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BBC - World (9 hours ago)

Lando Norris clinches pole position for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix, and says he has nothing to prove despite not winning since May's maiden victory in Miami.

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BBC - World (9 hours ago)

England have to "kick on” from their strong end to the third day of the second Test against West Indies, says Chris Woakes.

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BBC - World (9 hours ago)

A bus was set on fire and a police car flipped over during violent disorder on Thursday.

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BBC - World (10 hours ago)

Watch the best shots from day three of The Open featuring Justin Rose and Scottie Scheffler at Royal Troon.

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BBC - World (10 hours ago)

English pair Justin Rose and Dan Brown are one shot off the lead of American Billy Horschel after a dramatic third round of The Open at rain-lashed Royal Troon.

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BBC - World (10 hours ago)

George Lewis is awarded his medals decades after they seemingly "got lost in the post".

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BBC - World (11 hours ago)

Watch as Michael Vaughan reflects on Harry Brook's "special" batting performance as he inspired England to a healthy lead on day three of the Second Test at Trent Bridge.

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BBC - World (11 hours ago)

Eilidh Barbour introduces highlights from the third round of the Open Championship.

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The Guardian - World (11 hours ago)

Latest satellite imagery reveals new roads that appear designed to support the long-term presence of Israeli troops In the months before the Israeli invasion, Gaza's southernmost city of Rafah was a lifeline, a place where thousands sought shelter or scrabbled to raise funds to cross into neighbouring Egypt.Now satellite images and social media...

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BBC - World (12 hours ago)

The charge is in connection with the death of Noel O'Sullivan, who was found in his Derry home.

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BBC - World (12 hours ago)

Watch the moment Shane Lowry gets a double bogey on the eighth hole to lose his solo lead on day three of The Open at Royal Troon.

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England recover from a chaotic morning to build a healthy lead over West Indies on the third day of the second Test at Trent Bridge.

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The Guardian - World (13 hours ago)

Violence erupts after about 4,000 gather in La Rochelle amid heightened tensions over water resourcesA police officer and five protesters were injured when violence erupted after about 4,000 people turned out for a demonstration in La Rochelle over the use of reservoirs to supply large-scale agriculture, local officials said.Police fired teargas...

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BBC - World (13 hours ago)

Tadej Pogacar continues his fairytale Tour de France with a fifth stage win to further extend his dominant lead.

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BBC - World (14 hours ago)

Matthew Hudson-Smith smashes his European 400m record and Keely Hodgkinson sets a national 800m record as Great Britain's Olympic gold medal hopes produce statement performances in London.

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BBC - World (14 hours ago)

Watch as GB's Keely Hodgkinson sets new world-leading and national record of 1:54:61 as she wins the 800m race at Diamond League London.

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BBC - World (14 hours ago)

Lando Norris leads Oscar Piastri to a McLaren one-two ahead of Max Verstappen in an action-packed qualifying session at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

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BBC - World (14 hours ago)

Plus, Laura's political end of term reports.

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BBC - World (14 hours ago)

Healthcare IT systems are coming back online - but GPs face a growing appointments backlog.

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The Guardian - World (14 hours ago)

Amid calls to return antiquities, historian finds documents that reveal many were not result of imperial plunderThe British Museum boasts one of the biggest collections of Chinese antiquities in the west, but it has faced repeated calls to return them to China. Now historical documents reveal that many of the antiquities were acquired with the full...

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BBC - World (15 hours ago)

Ahead of the event concerns were raised over corporate sponsors of Pride in Glasgow and their potential links to Israel.

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BBC - World (15 hours ago)

The victim says he felt "something crack" when he was hit on the head while eating dinner.

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BBC - World (15 hours ago)

Watch the moment Si Woo Kim gets the first hole-in-one of the 152nd Open on the 17th hole on day three at Royal Troon.

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The Guardian - World (15 hours ago)

From halloumi to provoleta to comté, sales of overseas cheeses are up as UK tastes turn to the exotic"Historically, British cheese has been boring,” said Jonny Crickmore, Suffolk dairy farmer and creator of the award-winning Baron Bigod brie. "If you look back 40 years, it was just cheddar and red leicester, but the British are into stronger,...

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The Guardian - World (15 hours ago)

Citizens confined to homes with no internet access as student-led protests lead to deadly clashes with authoritiesPolice in Bangladesh have been granted "shoot-on-sight” orders and a nationwide curfew has been imposed as student-led protests continue to roil the country, leaving more than 100 people dead.The curfew, imposed at midnight on Friday,...

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The Guardian - World (15 hours ago)

This live blog is now closed, you can read more of our Israel-Gaza war coverage hereSven Koopmans, the EU's special representative for the Middle East peace process, has said he still believes a two-state solution – a Palestinian state in the occupied West Bank and in Gaza alongside Israel - is achievable despite opposition to it from Benjamin...

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The Guardian - World (15 hours ago)

Fault in CrowdStrike caused airports, businesses and healthcare services to languish in 'largest outage in history'Global IT outage: live updatesServices began to come back online on Friday evening after an IT failure that wreaked havoc worldwide. But full recovery could take weeks, experts have said, after airports, healthcare services and...

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The Guardian - World (16 hours ago)

The billionaire's companies enjoyed major tax breaks in the state. Now, he's declared it intolerable and ordered his firms to TexasElon Musk announced this week he would move the headquarters of his companies X and SpaceX from California to Texas, the culmination of a longstanding face-off between the volatile executive and the state where his...

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BBC - World (16 hours ago)

Watch as Great Britain take first place in the women's 4x100m relay with a new world lead time of 41.55 seconds at Diamond League London.

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BBC - World (16 hours ago)

Sandra Hemme has spent almost all of her adult life in prison for a 1980 murder in St. Joseph, Missouri.

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The Guardian - World (17 hours ago)

Relatively few people disappear while overseas – but when it happens there are often particular challengesA relative going missing is already one of the most difficult situations any family can go through. But when a loved one vanishes abroad, language barriers, cultural differences and significant financial challenges can make it even harder.The...

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The Guardian - World (17 hours ago)

A year later, animals, birds and saplings are populating a new landscape of ponds and lagoonsStanding in a scene of shimmering green, Vadym Maniuk pointed to a young white willow tree. "What happened here is a miracle,” he said. "Some of the saplings are already 4 metres tall. There is nowhere else like this on the planet. Not even the Amazon...

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BBC - World (17 hours ago)

Rikki Berry, 36, was shot on Quarryside Drive, Kirkby on Wednesday evening and died in hospital.

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BBC - World (17 hours ago)

Watch as Shamar Joseph's huge six causes roof slates to fall into the crowd on day three of the second Test match at Trent Bridge.

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BBC - World (17 hours ago)

Ray Reardon, who dominated snooker in the 1970s, was "a giant of the game" and "one of the best sportspeople ever from Wales".

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The Guardian - World (18 hours ago)

Reuben Looks Twice Jr started growing his hair because hair clippers scared him. Now, it's an act of tributeA Native American teen who was recently crowned as the teenaged boy with the world's longest hair says he is proud that he can now represent his tribe and family to a global audience."Culturally, Lakota people have long hair,” Reuben Looks...

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BBC - World (18 hours ago)

Watch as West Indies' Joshua Da Silva seals a half-century as he smashes England's Mark Wood for six on day three of the Second Test match at Trent Bridge.

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BBC - World (18 hours ago)

Graham Gomm, who is on remand for burglary, escaped during a hospital visit on Thursday.

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BBC - World (19 hours ago)

West Indies' Jason Holder is dismissed by Chris Woakes as England find an early breakthrough on day three of the second Test at Trent Bridge.

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BBC - World (19 hours ago)

More than 100 people are dead in spreading unrest after a policy on government jobs sparked mass protests.

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BBC - World (20 hours ago)

Iryna Farion caused controversy by suggesting that "true patriots” of Ukraine should not speak Russian in any situation.

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BBC - World (21 hours ago)

Several rising stars in the party could enter the 2024 fray if Joe Biden steps aside.

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BBC - World (21 hours ago)

James Corden says he and Ruth Jones have finished the script for final Gavin And Stacey episode.

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BBC - World (21 hours ago)

The partial collapse during torrential rains Shangluo city has killed at least 11 with 30 people still missing.

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The Guardian - World (21 hours ago)

Army to be deployed to keep order after demonstrators free hundreds of prisoners and country is hit by serious unrestThe Bangladeshi government has declared a national curfew and announced plans to deploy the army to tackle the country's worst unrest in a decade, after student protesters stormed a prison and freed hundreds of inmates."The...

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The Guardian - World (21 hours ago)

Countries and companies involved in oil and gas extraction to be asked to join scheme aimed at tackling global heatingFossil-fuel producing countries and companies are being asked to pay into a new international fund to help poor countries cope with the effects of the climate crisis.The climate investment fund is being set up by the Azerbaijan...

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The Guardian - World (21 hours ago)

President Xi Jinping calls for 'all-out efforts' to find more than 30 people after incident in Shaanxi provinceTorrential rain has caused a bridge to collapse in northern China, killing 11 people and leaving more than 30 missing, state media has said.The bridge over a river in Shangluo, Shaanxi province, buckled at about 8.40pm on Friday "due to a...

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BBC - World (22 hours ago)

Julius Matera's remains were found in December 2023, but he may have died in October, police say.

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BBC - World (22 hours ago)

Mina Smallman tells BBC Radio 4's Today programme she does not feel "hatred" towards the man who killed Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry.

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BBC - World (22 hours ago)

A clean-up team removed four bodies from the Himalayas in this year's operation.

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BBC - World (23 hours ago)

The government says it will work with NI's devolved institutions to secure any legislative consent.

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The Guardian - World (23 hours ago)

Optimists say administration would be open to persuasion while sceptics say it is beyond time to Trump-proof EuropeTo be a foreign diplomat serving in the US, charged with interpreting the country's politics so it appears predictable and explicable to your political masters in Europe, is currently no easy job.In a week where Donald Trump purported...

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BBC - World (24 hours ago)

Three years ago Dan Bigham was an engineer for Denmark at the Tokyo Olympics. Now he is back riding for Team GB with his sights set on Paris gold.

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BBC - World (24 hours ago)

Former West Indies all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite believes the tourists must be "greedy" after a fine day of batting on day two of the second Test against England at Trent Bridge.

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BBC - World (24 hours ago)

Team GB's world champion Kimberley Woods explains why a new event is one of the must-watch contests at Paris 2024.

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BBC - World (24 hours ago)

Clubhouse leader Shane Lowry says his experience of winning the Open Championship at Royal Portrush in 2019 will be "very beneficial" in his bid for a second title at Royal Troon.

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BBC - World (24 hours ago)

Forty-one others were rescued by the Haitian Coast Guard, with some now receiving hospital treatment.

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BBC - World (24 hours ago)

Workers at Disneyland are considering a strike because pay at the 'Happiest place on Earth' has left many unable to meet rent.

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

Home affairs minister says small businesses should be cautious of emails from people posing as CrowdStrike or MicrosoftWhat is CrowdStrike and how did it cause a global Windows outage?Get our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastScammers are attempting to use the global CrowdStrike outage on Microsoft Windows systems to...

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

Analysis of imagery from conflict zones shows evidence of burned-out and flattened buildings, with long-term impacts on educationAirstrikes, arson, shelling and ground fighting between the military and armed rebel groups have damaged at least 174 schools and universities in Myanmar since a military coup in 2021, according to a new report.Open...

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

IT support staff need to implement the fix in person, one computer at a time, experts have saidSlow recovery from IT outage begins as experts warn of future risksWhat is CrowdStrike and how did it cause a global Windows outage?Get our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastSupermarkets, banks, airlines and industries...

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

More than 80 firefighters attended an early morning blaze at the Orica factory, a short distance from the scene of last week's fire at a chemical factoryGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastDozens of firefighters and emergency services have rushed to contain a major chemical factory fire in Melbourne's west on...

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

Secretive trial of Rico Krieger, 30, may be linked to Belarusian volunteer unit fighting alongside Ukraine against RussiaA German national has been sentenced to death in Belarus, the German foreign ministry has said, hours after a Belarusian human rights group said a German combat medic had been sentenced to death by firing squad.The German...

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

Companies are selling compounded MHT as more 'natural' – but there are links with endometrial cancer, the Australian Menopause Society warnsGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastProf Susan Davis was shocked to see her name on the website of an Australian telehealth menopause clinic offering a product she...

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

Bell 505 Jet Ranger X helicopter came down in Pecatu village on the southern side of Bali after it was entangled in a kite stringTwo Australians and three Indonesians have survived a tourist helicopter crash in Bali after it became entangled in a kite string, officials say.The Bell 505 Jet Ranger X helicopter, owned by PT Whitesky Aviation, came...

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BBC - World (A day ago)

The ready-made drinks are at the heart of a labour dispute that saw thousands of Ontario liquor board workers walk off the job.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

Homesickness and visa issues have not stopped Eritrea's Biniam Girmay becoming a cycling sensation.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

A selection of striking news photographs taken around the world this week.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

Looking back at the Republican National Convention offers some clues, says Anthony Zurcher.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

Six people were found dead in a locked hotel room - but what happened remains unclear.

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Gardaí say officers have been injured as disorder broke out near the factory on the Malahide Road.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

The cybersecurity bug that caused IT outages around the world on Friday dominates the front pages.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

One charity said it had been "deluged” with reports of poor housing since the pandemic,

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

Ex-Crown Paints building in Coolock had been the scene of a large protest A disused factory in Dublin earmarked to house asylum seekers has been set on fire following a protest at the site.More than 1,000 people were protesting at the former Crown Paints building in Coolock on Friday night, in the north of the Irish capital, and gardaí were on the...

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

Home affairs minister Clare O'Neil says outage would take 'some time to resolve' following problems caused by a CrowdStrike cybersecurity software updateMicrosoft outage: latest updatesWhat we know so farGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastThe Australian government has warned a global IT outage that threw major...

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

Iryna Farion, 60, a former MP known for her opposition to officials speaking in Russian, was attacked on the streetA nationalist former member of Ukraine's parliament known for her vociferous campaigns to defend the Ukrainian language has died after being shot in Lviv.Police launched a wide search for the gunman alleged to have shot Iryna Farion,...

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BBC - World (A day ago)

A year before naming Cory Hill captain, Wales coach met victim of house attack involving the player.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

England end France's dominance of the Under-20 World Cup and claim their first title since 2016 with a 21-13 victory in the final.

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Passengers whose flights were cancelled were asked to leave the airport while teams managed waiting times.

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Hundreds of athletes lead King of the Fells Joss Naylor's cortege after running into Wasdale Head.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

Authorities say the army will be deployed to halt unrest, after a prison was attacked on Friday.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

Jon Rahm and Justin Rose feature in the best shots from the second round of the Open at Royal Troon.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

England's day in the dirt during the second Test against West Indies at Trent Bridge is the start of life without James Anderson but they must develop ruthlessness in all facets, says chief cricket writer Stephan Shemilt.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

Many flights have been grounded, with huge queues and delays at airports all over the world.

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

Boat carrying more than 80 people was headed to Turks and Caicos as gang violence pushes Haitians to leave countryAt least 40 people have been killed at sea after a boat carrying Haitian migrants caught fire, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Port-au-Prince said on Friday.The boat, which was carrying more than 80 people,...

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

Software made by US cybersecurity company was intended to protect against crashes and disruptions in vital systems – it ended up taking them downA global technology outage on Friday grounded flights, disrupted health services, crashed payment systems and blocked access to Microsoft services in what experts believe is one of the largest IT...

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BBC - World (A day ago)

Osian Jones died a year after heart transplant surgery caused by Covid complications.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) has pledged £5m towards a proposed community tennis and sports centre at Park of Keir near Dunblane.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

An independent review said the language used around the issue on social media was dangerous.

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

The Boss, who sold his musical catalogue to Sony in 2021 for a reported $500m, has an estimated net worth of $1.1bnThe Boss is now a billionaire – at least according to Forbes.Bruce Springsteen, the New Jersey-bred musician who became rock 'n' roll's voice of the working class, now has an estimated net worth of $1.1bn, according to a...

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

Weinstein, 72, appears in court in New York after 2020 conviction was overturned earlier this yearA judge on Friday tentatively scheduled Harvey Weinstein's planned retrial on rape and sexual assault charges to begin on 12 November.Weinstein wore an American flag pin on his jacket during a brief court appearance in Manhattan that was delayed by...

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The Guardian - World (A day ago)

Judgment challenges allies such as UK and US, which for years soft-pedalled on occupation of Palestinian territories• Israel's settlement policies break international law, court findsThorough, detailed and all encompassing, the international court of justice's advisory ruling on the illegality of the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territory...

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BBC - World (A day ago)

Kavem Hodge's maiden century rallies West Indies and defies England on a compelling second day of the second Test at Trent Bridge.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

Ireland's Shane Lowry sets the clubhouse target at seven under in round two of The Open at Royal Troon.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

The warning comes as Ballycastle is set to host the 2024 Red Bull Cliff diving series this week.

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BBC - World (A day ago)

Dr Jess Harvey says NHS staff are having "a hell of a day" coping without access to digital records.

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The Guardian - World (2 days ago)

This live blog is now closed. Follow more live coverage on the outage here.US transport, police and hospital systems hit by CrowdStrike IT outageHave you been affected by outage?The deputy spokesperson for New York City's mayor, Eric Adams, said that "critical infrastructure and emergency operations, including the 911 call system, have not been...

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BBC - World (2 days ago)

Day two highlights from the second Test between England and the West Indies at Nottingham.

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BBC - World (2 days ago)

Kavem Hodge's maiden century rallies West Indies and defies England on a compelling second day of the second Test at Trent Bridge.

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BBC - World (2 days ago)

President Joe Biden's campaign reiterated on Friday that the president is staying in the race.

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The Americast team answer your questions on the US election.

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Some services such as booking patients into operating theatres and updating records are affected.

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A police car was flipped and a bus was torched during the disorder in the Harehills suburb of the city.

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International court of justice says it should leave 'as rapidly as possible' and make full reparations for 'wrongful acts'The UN's international court of justice (ICJ) has ordered Israel to end its occupation of the Palestinian territories "as rapidly as possible” and make full reparations for its "internationally wrongful acts” in a sweeping...

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One dead and at least 10 injured, with human error blamed for allowing drone to escape multilayered air defencesAn Iranian-made drone sent by Yemen's Houthi rebels struck Tel Aviv in the early hours of Friday, killing one person and wounding at least 10.The hit in Israel's biggest city was startling, because the drone appeared to have crossed much...

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Russian court cases often drag on for months but speed of US journalist's trial may be sign that long-discussed exchange is in the offingThe courtroom footage of a Russian judge announcing a 16-year prison sentence for Evan Gershkovich – mumbling his way through the verdict as the US journalist looked on impassively from inside a transparent...

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Ukraine's president will ask for more help to block Putin's growing 'shadow fleet' of tankers carrying sanctioned crude to buyersThe Ukrainian president, Volodmyr Zelenskiy, will attend an extraordinary meeting of the British cabinet on Friday to bring fresh impetus to efforts to stop Russia evading sanctions on its oil exports.Zelenskiy will be...

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Watch the best of Shane Lowry's round as he overcomes trouble on the eleventh hole and finishes round two on two-under 69 to move clear at the top of the leaderboard at The Open at Royal Troon.

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Newcastle United boss Eddie Howe says he is "committed" to the club as long as he is "happy and feels supported", after being linked with replacing Gareth Southgate as England manager.

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The Argentina player failed to identify himself to police after a traffic violation last year.

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Shoko Miyata has been sent home before the Paris Olympics for smoking, in violation of Japan Gymnastics Association rules.

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St James's Park in central London reaches 31.9C on Friday as the hot spell peaks.

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US wakes up to Microsoft system collapse from software update that has crippled world IT systemsGlobal IT outage – latest updatesWindows global IT outage: what we know so farThousands of air passengers were stranded across the US on Friday morning and police and hospital systems were left struggling as a global IT outage grounded major domestic...

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PM's promise to draw line under years of fractious relations greeted with plaudits and relief by European mediaKeir Starmer's promised "reset” of the UK's ties with the rest of Europe has drawn a positive response in European media, with one longtime journalist rejoicing that she will never again have to cover "Britain as a basket case”.The...

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Nguyen Phu Trong was one of the country's longest-serving politicians and known for anti-corruption driveNguyen Phu Trong, the general secretary of Vietnam's ruling Communist party and the country's most powerful politician, has died aged 80, creating a power vacuum.Trong died early on Friday afternoon "after a period of illness”, according to...

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This blog is now closed, you can read more on this story hereGerman foreign minister Annalena Baerbock has again called for a "humanitarian ceasefire” in Gaza.In a statement, Baerbock said: "This war in Gaza must come to an end at long last. There are no safe places in Gaza for civilians.” Continue reading...

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Jason Struhs, his wife Kerrie, and 12 other members of Toowoomba religious sect the 'Saints' are on trial over the eight-year-old girl's deathGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastFor 17 years, Jason Struhs was the sceptic in the family, Queensland's supreme court heard.He refused to pay a tithe to the leader of...

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Judy Deacon will lead a Sydney rally to press her case that police no longer be sent as first responders in mental health emergenciesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastA year ago to the day, Judy Deacon got a call to head to the police station.The 80-year-old expected the issue to be that her son, Jesse, had...

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Watch as Tiger Woods receives a huge ovation as he walks the fairway on the 18th hole at The Open day two at Royal Troon.

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Tadej Pogacar continues his dominance at this year's Tour de France as he wins his fourth stage to further extend his handsome overall lead.

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Fancy yourself as the next England manager? The FA has revealed what it expects from the new leader of the Three Lions.

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It also says Israel should end all settlement activity there, in the landmark case.

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The BBC speaks to residents in Harehills after violence broke out in the Leeds suburb.

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Watch Shane Lowry's drama-filled eleventh-hole which results in a double-bogey on day two of The Open at Royal Troon.

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Worldwide travel chaos after cybersecurity update hits IT systems

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