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Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza in response to rocket attack
Israel has begun striking Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip in response to a rocket attack that injured a British-Israeli family.
Mueller report: Putin ready to improve US ties after Trump cleared of collusion
Vladimir Putin is ready to improve ties with the US after Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign was cleared of colluding with Russia, the Kremlin has said.
Emiliano Sala contract not legally binding, Cardiff to tell FIFA
Cardiff City will tell world football's governing body FIFA that the contract to sign Emiliano Sala from Nantes was not legally binding.
Congo ebola epidemic becomes second worst outbreak ever
The ebola epidemic crippling parts of the Democratic Republic of Congo has now exceeded 1,000 cases, making it the second worst outbreak in history.
UK urged to suspend arms sales to Saudi Arabia over Yemen war
The leaders of Britain's five main opposition parties have demanded the UK government halts arms sales to Saudi Arabia for use in the war in Yemen, stops all British military operations in the kingdom and condemns Riyadh's conduct in the conflict.
Nike pays £10.7m penalty over football merchandise sales
Nike has been fined €12.5m (£10.7m) after falling foul of EU rules regarding cross-border online sales.
Global Teacher Prize: Man who gives away 80% of his salary wins $1m award
A maths and physics teacher from rural Kenya who donates most of his salary to help the poor has been named the best teacher in the world.
Jack Shepherd: Speedboat killer 'may return to the UK in days'
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd is unlikely to fight extradition and could return to the UK as early as this week, according to his lawyer.
Apple streaming? The announcements expected at Apple's special event
Apple is expected to make a grand product announcement at its special event later - and it may be the culmination of years of rumoured deals with Hollywood stars.
New Zealand shootings: Jacinda Ardern announces inquiry into deadly terror attack
New Zealand has announced plans for a royal commission - a powerful form of public inquiry - into the events leading up to a deadly attack on two mosques in Christchurch.