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Trump tells thousands at Michigan rally he 'took a bullet for democracy'

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

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Published: 5 hrs ago

Israel strikes Houthis in Yemen after drone hits Tel Aviv

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

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Published: 3 hrs ago

The Spanish fightback against record tourism

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

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Published: 7 hrs ago

Trump shooter flew drone above rally site ahead of time - US media

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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Published: 3 hrs ago

CrowdStrike IT outage affected 8.5 million Windows devices, Microsoft says

It’s the first time that a number has been put on the glitch that is still causing problems around the world.

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Published: 14 hrs ago

Afghanistan - wish you were here? The Taliban do

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

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Published: 8 hrs ago

Fined for yellow and blue shoes: How Russian laws smother dissent

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

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Published: 7 hrs ago

US woman freed after 43 years in prison for murder she didn’t commit

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

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Published: 19 hrs ago

Ukrainian nationalist ex-MP shot dead in Lviv street

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

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Published: 20 hrs ago

Why is the Bangladeshi government facing so much anger?

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

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Published: 23 hrs ago

Biden vows to run as more Democrats ask him to drop out

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

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Published: 1 days ago

France recalls contaminated Olympic-branded water bottles

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

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Published: 14 hrs ago

UN top court says Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories is illegal

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

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Published: 1 days ago

China bridge collapse kills at least 11 after floods

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

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Published: 1 days ago

Cyanide teacups in Room 502: Mystery of the Bangkok hotel deaths

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

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Published: 1 days ago