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Watch: Trump hails military in flashy Independence Day celebration

In a departure from the majority of his speeches, Trump steered clear of divisive political rhetoric and emphasized national unity.
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World Emoji Day: Ever wondered where emojis came from?

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'Very relieved': Ursula von der Leyen gets Europe's top job in narrow vote

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MEPs narrowly back Ursula von der Leyen as next European Commission president

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Watch: Russians compete in grass scything contest

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Watch: German MEP stages protest against Von der Leyen in EU Parliament

Watch: German MEP stages protest against Von der Leyen in EU Parliament

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Russian and Georgian delegations meet for first time since Tbilisi protests

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Greek police question suspect over death of American scientist

Greek police question suspect over death of American scientist

Greek police question suspect over death of American scientist
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Analysis: How well did Von der Leyen do in her pitch for EU top job?

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Watch: May welcomes England cricket team to Downing Street after World Cup triumph

Watch: May welcomes England cricket team to Downing Street after World Cup triumph

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Hip-hop festival evacuated as nearby forest fire threatened revellers

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Macron demands explanation after arrest of Franco-Iranian researcher in Iran

Macron demands explanation after arrest of Franco-Iranian researcher in Iran

Emmanuel Macron says he's waiting for "clarifications" after Franco-Iranian researcher Fariba Adelkhah was detained in June in Iran.
No-deal Brexit looms as Johnson, Hunt declare backstop 'dead'

No-deal Brexit looms as Johnson, Hunt declare backstop 'dead'

Both candidates to become prime minister significantly hardened their position on Brexit saying the Northern Ireland backstop is “dead.”
EU says Iran nuclear deal 'still alive'

EU says Iran nuclear deal 'still alive'

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Can Greece become EU's 'most business-friendly' country?

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Watch: Underwater music festival fills ocean with sound

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Watch: Battle of the Water drenches residents of Madrid

Watch: Battle of the Water drenches residents of Madrid

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Extinction Rebellion stages 5-day climate protest in 5 British cities

Extinction Rebellion stages 5-day climate protest in 5 British cities

An environmental group brought boats to disrupt traffic in five British cities.
Congo confirms first Ebola case in the eastern city of Goma

Congo confirms first Ebola case in the eastern city of Goma

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Bank of England celebrates 'outstanding' Alan Turing on new £50 note

Bank of England celebrates 'outstanding' Alan Turing on new £50 note

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Djokovic wins fifth Wimbledon title against Federer

Djokovic wins fifth Wimbledon title against Federer
Turkey's coup three years on; inside the country's clamp down on journalism

Turkey's coup three years on; inside the country's clamp down on journalism

More than 250 journalists have been arrested since that long summer’s night in 2016. Mahir Zeynalov is one of the lucky ones.
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