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Wildfires and deaths across southeast Europe amid most severe heatwave in decades
The worst heatwave in decades is causing deaths and mayhem across southeast Europe, with wildfires causing entire villages to be evacuated and millions of people instructed not to venture out into the midday sun.
Tokyo Olympics could be hottest on record - and the 'brutal' toll on athletes makes it a dangerous game
Tokyo is hot in the summer. That's why back in the 1964 Olympics they shifted events into October and the athletes enjoyed pretty much perfect temperatures.
Tokyo Olympics: Simone Biles withdraws from another two gymnastics finals
Simone Biles has pulled out of another two Olympics finals, USA Gymnastics has said.
Briton among two killed in 'suspected drone attack' on tanker in Arabian Sea
A British security guard was among two crew members killed in what a UK source described as a suspected drone attack on an Israeli-linked oil tanker off Oman.
Turkey wildfires: Satellite images show devastation caused by deadly fires, as 'sabotage' can't be ruled out
Satellite images have shown the devastation caused by deadly wildfires raging across southern Turkey.
Esther Dingley: Human remains found are missing British hiker's, charity says
Human remains found in the search for a missing British hiker have been confirmed as being hers, a charity says.
Amanda Knox says Matt Damon film Stillwater rips off her life story 'without her consent'
Amanda Knox has claimed new film Stillwater sensationalises her life and rips off her story "without her consent" and "at the expense of her reputation".
Enough ice melted in Greenland on Tuesday to cover Florida in two inches of water, scientists warn
The amount of ice that melted from Greenland on Tuesday alone would be enough to cover the whole US state of Florida in two inches of water, scientists have warned.
Scarlett Johansson sues Disney for streaming Black Widow at same time it was released in cinemas
Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney - accusing the company of breaching her contract when it offered the film Black Widow on its streaming service at the same time as it was released in theatres.
British military chiefs criticise China and Russia for 'reckless' behaviour in space
Two military chiefs have criticised China and Russia for "reckless" behaviour in space, such as using weapons to destroy satellites, leaving a trail of dangerous debris orbiting Earth.