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Prime Minister Scott Morrison moves to fast track income tax cuts through the Parliament10m Updated Prime Minister Scott Morrison moves to fast track income tax cuts through the Parliament
Australian workers on average salaries are set to receive tax cuts of more than $1,000 a year following the surprise re-election of a Coalition government.
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Malcolm Turnbull’s son unleashes on Tony Abbott by calling him a terrorist14m Updated Malcolm Turnbull’s son unleashes on Tony Abbott by calling him a terrorist
The son of former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has launched an extraordinary tirade on ousted federal MP Tony Abbott, labelling him as a 'terrorist' in the Liberal Party.
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Julian Assange: Sweden files request for arrest over rape allegation18m Julian Assange: Sweden files request for arrest over rape allegation
Prosecutor asks for warrant to begin process of extraditing WikiLeaks founder from UK The Swedish prosecutor leading an investigation into a rape allegation against Julian Assange has filed a request for his arrest, the country’s prosecution authority has said. The warrant, if granted, would be the first step in a process to have the WikiLeaks founder extradited from the UK, where he is serving a 50-week prison sentence for skipping bail.
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Duchess of Cambridge calls for families to spend more time together in nature20m Updated Duchess of Cambridge calls for families to spend more time together in nature
Speaking at a sneak preview of her wilderness garden at the Royal Horticultural Society's Chelsea Flower Show, the Duchess urged families to make the most of nature in the UK.
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Two Australians are determined to hold a developer accountable for destroying a pristine Fiji island20m Updated Two Australians are determined to hold a developer accountable for destroying a pristine Fiji island
Two Australian landowners are waging a legal battle against a real estate developer for allegedly destroying a pristine Fijian island.
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Federal election 2019: Tanya Plibersek will not contest Labor leadership ballot – politics live26m Updated Federal election 2019: Tanya Plibersek will not contest Labor leadership ballot – politics live
Deputy leader says ‘now is not my time’ to run for Labor leadership, as Coalition inches towards majority after Australia’s election. Follow all the day’s events
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My family will pay off your loans, billionaire tells graduating students – video27m My family will pay off your loans, billionaire tells graduating students – video
Robert Smith, a billionaire investor, surprises students at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, by using his speech at a commencement ceremony to pledge to wipe the debts of the 2019 class. 'This is my class – 2019 – and my family is making a grant to eliminate their student loans. I know my class will make sure they pay this forward,' he said
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Trump issues menacing threat to Iran29m Updated Trump issues menacing threat to Iran
Taking to Twitter, at just after 4pm ET, the president posted: 'If Iran wants to fight, that will be the official end of Iran. Never threaten the United States again!'
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Woman, 41, waives her right to anonymity to condemn the CPS for dropping her rape case29m Updated Woman, 41, waives her right to anonymity to condemn the CPS for dropping her rape case
Bonny Turner, 41, waived her right to anonymity after she was allegedly attacked by a man she knew in a London hotel in 2016.
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Police officers who shot dead an armed man at Sydney’s Central station were not armed with Tasers33m Updated Police officers who shot dead an armed man at Sydney’s Central station were not armed with Tasers
None of the four police officers involved in the shooting death of an armed man at Sydney's busiest train station had a Taser at the time, an inquest has been told.
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Tanya Plibersek says she WON’T be running for leadership33m Updated Tanya Plibersek says she WON’T be running for leadership
The mother-of-three, 49, said she would win if she went for the job but said now was not her time. Ms Plibersek said in a statement: 'I have support, from across the party, to be elected leader.'
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Oil prices rise amid production cuts and Trump Iran threats – business live34m Updated Oil prices rise amid production cuts and Trump Iran threats – business live
Opec cartel members suggested that production cuts could remain in place to sustain prices
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Ice addict child rapist is FREED despite breaching his supervision order35m Ice addict child rapist is FREED despite breaching his supervision order
Gregory David Kynuna, 55, who served eight years in jail for raping a boy in 2002, has breached orders that he remain alcohol and drug-free.
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Bali flu crisis: Australian tourists are struck down by nasty strain of influenza37m Updated Bali flu crisis: Australian tourists are struck down by nasty strain of influenza
One passenger, Hayley Taylor, says she was taken to hospital with a high fever and other flu-related symptoms, after flying back to Australia on Jetstar on Thursday.
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British jihadis face 10 years in jail when they return from Syria43m Updated British jihadis face 10 years in jail when they return from Syria
Sajid Javid is set to use new powers for the first time which will make it illegal to enter or remain in terror hotspots such as Syria without a valid reason.
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Holden Equinox advert is CENSORED for showing an illegal 180-degree turn in a Hollywood-style chase47m Updated Holden Equinox advert is CENSORED for showing an illegal 180-degree turn in a Hollywood-style chase
Holden has agreed to censor unsafe driving scenes from a Hollywood heist-style SUV ad after a judgement found that it broke a car advertising code.
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Water mistake to make! Rogue bottle spotted in Game of Thrones finale49m Water mistake to make! Rogue bottle spotted in Game of Thrones finale
Two weeks after a coffee cup made an unfortunate appearance in the fantasy drama, eagle-eyed fans have detected another gaffe: a plastic bottle
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Labor was hijacked by inner-city lefties in Melbourne and Sydney49m Updated Labor was hijacked by inner-city lefties in Melbourne and Sydney
Chugging down a cold glass of kombucha on Saturday morning, the sockless hipsters in Australia's two largest cities were confident of a Labor victory. 
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Meghan chatted with X-Factor winner Matt Cardle months before her romance with Prince Harry 54m Meghan chatted with X-Factor winner Matt Cardle months before her romance with Prince Harry 
The Duchess of Sussex exchanged messages with singer Matt Cardle months before meeting Harry, but the performer stopped replying to her when he met current girlfriend Amber Hernaman.
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Mitt Romney defends the president after impeachment calls1h Updated Mitt Romney defends the president after impeachment calls
Mitt Romney has come out in defense of President Trump after Republican congressman Justin Amash called for his impeachment - becoming the first in his party to do so.
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Ryanair cautious on outlook as profits slide1h 1m Ryanair cautious on outlook as profits slide
Europe's biggest discount airline says profits could fall again as fuel prices rise and fares fall.
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Britons could be banned from Syria under counter-terrorism laws1h 2m Updated Britons could be banned from Syria under counter-terrorism laws
The home secretary will warn UK nationals who are there without good reason they are "on notice".
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Lucky prospector unearths a massive 1.4kg nugget worth up to $100,000 near Kalgoorlie in WA1h 6m Updated Lucky prospector unearths a massive 1.4kg nugget worth up to $100,000 near Kalgoorlie in WA
A lucky prospector has struck gold after unearthing a precious and rare find worth almost $100,000 in Kalgoorlie in Western Australia's Goldfields-Esperance region.
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Four things to expect from the week ahead1h 13m Four things to expect from the week ahead
Europe heads to the polls and the fate of the Iron Throne is finally decided.
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New details about NYPD murder-for-hire officer1h 14m Updated New details about NYPD murder-for-hire officer
Patrick Roach, married to Carvalho's mother, admitted it was him who brought the pair together in the first place, having got to know her from the 106th Precinct in Queens, the NYP revealed.
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Six-metre great white shark stalks two fishermen - and it was bigger than their boat 1h 16m Updated Six-metre great white shark stalks two fishermen - and it was bigger than their boat 
The shark circled around Grayden Sharpe and his fishing partner Jason Atwell when they were fishing in Bussleton, Perth on Saturday morning.
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1h 17m Taiwan furious after China attempts to take credit for LGBT marriage win
Taiwan has lashed out at China's state media for attempting to take credit for the island's historic decision to legalize same-sex marriage.
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1h 22m Updated ISIS Prisoners Riot at Tajikistan Prison, Leaving Dozens Dead
The Justice Ministry said the violence broke out at a prison near the capital when militants armed with knives killed three guards and several prisoners.
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Man claims woman accused him of masturbating on New York City subway and stabbed him in the arm1h 27m Updated Man claims woman accused him of masturbating on New York City subway and stabbed him in the arm
Police said a 29-year-old man claimed to have been riding the subway on the Upper East Side of Manhattan on Sunday at about 8.30pm when he was stabbed in the arm, requiring three stitches.
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Colorado rock climber falls 100 ft to his death from famous cliff inside Eldorado Canyon State Park1h 33m Colorado rock climber falls 100 ft to his death from famous cliff inside Eldorado Canyon State Park
A witness said the unidentified man was scaling a popular cliff face known as Bastille Crack Saturday night. He is one of two people to fall from a cliff inside the park in less than a week.
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‘Simple mistakes have big impact’: the man with a tablet for making aid better1h 45m ‘Simple mistakes have big impact’: the man with a tablet for making aid better
Struck by failings in the implementation of health projects, a Mozambican entrepreneur has turned to tech for a solution
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Dental clinic tells more than 560 of its patients to get HIV tests1h 45m Dental clinic tells more than 560 of its patients to get HIV tests
More than 560 patients at Dentality @ Hoddesdon in Hertfordshire were urged to get tested for HIV and hepatitis after a hygienist failed to sterilise a plaque-removing tool as often as she should have.
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Wife of wheelchair-bound footy star Alex McKinnon shames inconsiderate drivers1h 48m Wife of wheelchair-bound footy star Alex McKinnon shames inconsiderate drivers
Teigan McKinnon shared a picture on her Instagram story of a silver car parked illegally next to a van in a disabled spot. McKinnon, a former NRL player for the Newcastle Knights, has been paralyzed since 2014
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1h 50m Why China is not celebrating Australian election result
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his conservative Liberal National coalition party defied more than three years of losing national polls to pull off what he described as a "miracle" during his victory speech over the weekend.
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In a Surprise, Japan’s Economy Grew in the First Quarter, Despite a Slowdown in China1h 52m Updated In a Surprise, Japan’s Economy Grew in the First Quarter, Despite a Slowdown in China
But the strong figure masks lingering weakness, giving Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a mixed bag as he tries to strike a trade deal with the U.S.
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2h Updated African samurai: The enduring legacy of a black warrior in feudal Japan
When feudal Japan's most powerful warlord Nobunaga Oda met Yasuke, a black slave-turned-retainer, in 1581, he believed the man was a god.
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Australian election results: Why were the polls so wrong? with Newspoll, Ipsos, Galaxy calling Labor2h Updated Australian election results: Why were the polls so wrong? with Newspoll, Ipsos, Galaxy calling Labor
If there's one thing pollsters are certain of, it's that they all got the Australian national election result wrong, and each in different ways.
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New Jersey millionaire, 53, faces jail time after engaging in sex acts with then 15-year-old girl2h Updated New Jersey millionaire, 53, faces jail time after engaging in sex acts with then 15-year-old girl
Stephen Bradley Mell, 53 (inset), of New Jersey, will sentenced Tuesday on charges of engaging in interstate travel to engage in illicit sexual conduct and receiving child pornography.
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Knifeman who stabbed cyclist 10 times in random and unprovoked attack pleads guilty2h Knifeman who stabbed cyclist 10 times in random and unprovoked attack pleads guilty
Joshua Joseph Tempany appeared in court on Monday and pleaded guilty to the attempted murder of a 49-year-old cyclist at Coorparoo in Brisbane’s east, on November 8, 2015 (stock).
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Man, 28, who was Tasered after pulling a gun on a cop, asked Siri to phone his wife during arrest2h Updated Man, 28, who was Tasered after pulling a gun on a cop, asked Siri to phone his wife during arrest
Amado Zubidi, 28, was detained on Saturday in East Village after the confrontation with police. While detained after allegedly pointing a gun, he could be heard asking Siri to call his wife for him.
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Cereal offenders! Drivers are caught taking both hands off the wheel to eat BREAKFAST2h Updated Cereal offenders! Drivers are caught taking both hands off the wheel to eat BREAKFAST
In just a few hours at three locations in Sydney, a Daily Mail Australia photographer caught at least 15 drivers brazenly disregarding the law.
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From bleak to bustling: how one French town beat the high street blues2h From bleak to bustling: how one French town beat the high street blues
Mulhouse has turned around its image and now boasts more shops opening than closing, thanks to smart planning, investment and community efforts On a lane in what was once considered eastern France’s grimmest town, a street artist is up a ladder finishing a mural, the independent bookshop has a queue at the till, the organic cooperative is full of customers and Séverine Liebold’s arty independent tea shop is doing a brisk trade. When Liebold opened
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These elections could define Europe. It must urgently rediscover its founding spirit | Natalie Nougayrède2h These elections could define Europe. It must urgently rediscover its founding spirit | Natalie Nougayrède
Facing challenges from Russia, China and the US, the continent can no longer neglect its core values of peace and human rightsSometimes, when it comes to Europe, things are clearer from afar. Take Viktor Orbán’s encounter
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2h Families go hungry due to UK welfare cuts, report says
The UK government is violating its obligations to ensure families have enough food to live on, according to a damning new report from Human Rights Watch (HRW).
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Speed camera making $30,000 a DAY by busting more than 120 drivers every 24 hours 2h Updated Speed camera making $30,000 a DAY by busting more than 120 drivers every 24 hours 
The 40km/h camera on the corner of La Trobe Street and King Street in Melbourne is ranking $2.7 million over a 12 week period.
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Federal election 2019: Kerryn Phelps concedes Wentworth to Dave Sharma – politics live3h Updated Federal election 2019: Kerryn Phelps concedes Wentworth to Dave Sharma – politics live
‘The sensible centre will be an important part of politics going forward,’ Phelps says. Meanwhile, Tanya Plibersek to announce Labor leadership run as Coalition inches towards majority. Follow all the day’s events
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Australian stock market surges to 11-year high off the back of the Coalition’s shock election win 3h Updated Australian stock market surges to 11-year high off the back of the Coalition’s shock election win 
The Australian stock market has soared to an 11-year high off the back of the Coalition's shock election win.
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US warship sails in disputed South China Sea amid trade tensions3h US warship sails in disputed South China Sea amid trade tensions
Destroyer moved near Scarborough Reef to ‘challenge excessive maritime claims’, says commander of Seventh Fleet A US warship has sailed near the disputed Scarborough Shoal claimed by China in the South China Sea, a move likely to anger Beijing at a time of tense ties between the world’s two biggest economies. The destroyer USS Preble carried out the operation on Sunday, a US military spokesman said. The busy waterway is one of a growing number of flashpoints in the US-China relationship, which also include a trade war, the
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Rain Much on Your Vacation? One Italian Island Offers Hotel Refunds3h Updated Rain Much on Your Vacation? One Italian Island Offers Hotel Refunds
Tourists who visit Elba, off the coast of Tuscany, get one night back for every day during which it rains for more than two hours at a time.
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‘A Good Career, if I Satisfied Him.’ Ukraine Fights Sexual Abuse, and a War.3h ‘A Good Career, if I Satisfied Him.’ Ukraine Fights Sexual Abuse, and a War.
In a country grateful to its army, sexual abuse in the military is swept under the rug amid a reluctance to criticize soldiers in a time of war.
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Your Monday Briefing3h Updated Your Monday Briefing
E.U. populists band together for the week ahead.
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Turkey insists on right to drill for energy reserves off Cyprus3h Turkey insists on right to drill for energy reserves off Cyprus
Dispute likely to escalate after Nicosia said it would seek to arrest anyone caught drilling Tensions over energy resources in the eastern Mediterranean have risen sharply after Turkey said it would “exercise its sovereign rights” to drill off Cyprus in flagrant defiance of warnings from western allies. As the dispute over
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Van halo: the truck shop in New Zealand that drives off profiteers3h Van halo: the truck shop in New Zealand that drives off profiteers
Salvation Army initiative delivers truck shop service without high prices or extortionate loans
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Fighting Ebola When Mourners Fight the Responders3h Updated Fighting Ebola When Mourners Fight the Responders
An Ebola outbreak in eastern Congo — the second-largest in history — is escalating in part because locals don’t trust health workers and government officials.
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Brother of face-tattooed father of twins who died while trying to escape gunfire reveals last words4h Brother of face-tattooed father of twins who died while trying to escape gunfire reveals last words
Daniel Merrett, 27, was being driven home by his sister from his brother's house in north Wollongong, south of Sydney, on Friday night when he was shot at by chasing vehicle.
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Footage resurfaces of a smug Bill Shorten boasting to Arnold Schwarzenegger4h Updated Footage resurfaces of a smug Bill Shorten boasting to Arnold Schwarzenegger
The unlikely pair met when Schwarzenagger was in Australia for the Run for the Kids charity event in Melbourne in March last year.
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Bob Katter blames election loss Tanya Plibersek after she slammed Adani coal mine Queensland voters4h Updated Bob Katter blames election loss Tanya Plibersek after she slammed Adani coal mine Queensland voters
Mr Katter said the potential future leader of the Labor party was out of touch with Queensland voters, and that her stance against coal mines alienated constituents in the regions.
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Salim Mehajer to walk free from Cooma Prison4h Updated Salim Mehajer to walk free from Cooma Prison
Mehajer, 32, is expected to step out the gates of the Cooma Correctional Centre, in southern NSW, early on Tuesday morning and walk straight into a press conference to talk about his time in jail.
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Australia’s cheapest house sitting on 500-square-metres going for less than the price of an old car4h Updated Australia’s cheapest house sitting on 500-square-metres going for less than the price of an old car
The 1920 three bedroom, one bathroom, and one garage property on Murray Street property in Hay, in New South Wales, was sold for an extraordinary $7000 in May this year.
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Manchester Airport: Flights cancelled and delayed after fuel problem5h Manchester Airport: Flights cancelled and delayed after fuel problem
Manchester Airport says a "power issue", which caused 87 flight cancellations, has been resolved.
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Liberal Dave Sharma WINS the key seat of Wentworth from Dr Kerryn Phelps5h Updated Liberal Dave Sharma WINS the key seat of Wentworth from Dr Kerryn Phelps
Independent Dr Kerryn Phelps is expected to concede defeat in the eastern Sydney seat of Wentworth on Monday afternoon.
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Australian mum humiliated by a teacher because she sent her son to school with a Vegemite sandwich5h Updated Australian mum humiliated by a teacher because she sent her son to school with a Vegemite sandwich
ABC journalist Catherine Taylor said her son had just started pre-school in Toyko when she was reprimanded by a male teacher.
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Footy legend Cooper Cronk is set to announce his retirement from rugby league today5h Updated Footy legend Cooper Cronk is set to announce his retirement from rugby league today
Cronk made the announcement at a press conference held by his club, the Sydney Roosters, at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Monday.
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Federal election 2019: no shift in Coalition energy policy, Scott Morrison says – politics live5h Updated Federal election 2019: no shift in Coalition energy policy, Scott Morrison says – politics live
Asked about coal-fired power, PM says, ‘What I took to the election is what I’m going to do.’ Meanwhile, Tanya Plibersek to announce Labor leadership run as Coalition inches towards majority. Follow all the day’s events
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Abandoned at sea: the cargo crew adrift without wages, fuel or supplies5h Abandoned at sea: the cargo crew adrift without wages, fuel or supplies
More than 4,000 people are believed to be stranded on abandoned boats in seas and oceans across the world. When companies run in to financial trouble they can leave whole crews drifting at sea with no visas, wages or supplies. Karen McVeigh and Andy Bowerman tell the story of one vessel adrift off the coast of UAE. Plus, Rupert Neate on the tax breaks attracting the super-rich to Italy Captain
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Boyfriend battled to protect girlfriend from knifeman before he was stabbed to death5h Updated Boyfriend battled to protect girlfriend from knifeman before he was stabbed to death
Jordan Byrne who was stabbed to death by his ex-girlfriend's new lover was hailed a hero by detectives, according to his parents.
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Huge passport changes for Australians heading to the UK5h Updated Huge passport changes for Australians heading to the UK
The change, announced by the UK government, means Australians with biometric passports will be able to use the gates.
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Federal election 2019: Tanya Plibersek set to announce Labor run as Coalition inches towards majority – politics live6h Updated Federal election 2019: Tanya Plibersek set to announce Labor run as Coalition inches towards majority – politics live
Party’s deputy leader will take on Anthony Albanese as Scott Morrison revels in Saturday’s Australian election results. Follow all the day’s events, as counting of votes continues
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Demand for immunity for Northern Ireland veterans grows6h Demand for immunity for Northern Ireland veterans grows
The debate comes as it emerged that Prime Minister Theresa May had blocked a proposed law intended to protect Northern Ireland veterans.
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British spies were briefed about dossier on Trump’s ties to Russia months before he knew it existed6h Updated British spies were briefed about dossier on Trump’s ties to Russia months before he knew it existed
British ex-intelligence officer Christopher Steele told one of Theresa May's top security advisors about his Trump memos, as well as the heads of MI6 and MI5, just weeks after he was elected in 2016.
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How woman who dreamed of being a social worker spent 20 years living rough, addicted to drugs6h How woman who dreamed of being a social worker spent 20 years living rough, addicted to drugs
Sarah put herself out on the streets at 22, thinking knowledge of life on the streets would help her achieve her dream of being a social worker. More than 20 years later, she's addicted to heroin.
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6h Prince William and Duchess Catherine just released some adorable new family photos
Kensington Palace took to social media and shared some new photos of the royal family frolicking around in new garden co-designed by the Duchess of Cambridge.
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Anthony Albanese announces bid for Labor party leadership – video6h Anthony Albanese announces bid for Labor party leadership – video
Speaking at a media conference at Unity Hall Hotel in Balmain, Sydney, the member for Grayndler
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Council bans BUNTING from town carnival after 124 years6h Council bans BUNTING from town carnival after 124 years
The council in Lytham St Anne's, near Blackpool, has banned the hanging of bunting between lampposts and across roads because it poses a ‘risk to safety’ if it falls and causes an accident.
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Father bashed innocent man he thought was a paedophile trying to tempt his daughter into a bathroom6h Father bashed innocent man he thought was a paedophile trying to tempt his daughter into a bathroom
A drunken Queensland father who punched a man repeatedly in the head because he mistakenly thought he was a paedophile has been convicted and fined $1000.
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Top Tories to warn Boris Johnson they will BLOCK his leadership bid if he endorses a No-Deal Brexit 6h Updated Top Tories to warn Boris Johnson they will BLOCK his leadership bid if he endorses a No-Deal Brexit 
Seven Tory Cabinet ministers will today launch a bid to prevent Boris Johnson from leading Britain out of the EU without a deal if he becomes the next leader of the party.
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Federal election 2019: Tanya Plibersek set to announce Labor run – politics live6h Updated Federal election 2019: Tanya Plibersek set to announce Labor run – politics live
Party’s deputy leader will take on Anthony Albanese as Scott Morrison revels in Saturday’s Australian election results. Follow all the day’s events, as counting of votes continues
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Buttigieg backs up women who have THIRD trimester abortions during Fox News town hall6h Updated Buttigieg backs up women who have THIRD trimester abortions during Fox News town hall
'That decision's not going to be made any better medically or morally because the government is dictating how that decision should be made,' Buttigieg said of women between 6 and 9 months pregnant.
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Drop-off penalties cost more than a flight: How some airports are hitting motorists with £25 fines6h Drop-off penalties cost more than a flight: How some airports are hitting motorists with £25 fines
Airports are charging drivers as much as £25 for loitering too long when they drop someone at the terminal. Critics said it means that ‘kiss and fly’ charges can be more than the cost of a cheap flight.
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Complaints about dubious online adverts surge by 38%6h Complaints about dubious online adverts surge by 38%
A record 14,257 internet adverts were reported to the advertising regulator in 2018, an increase of 38 per cent from the previous year. Reports of problem ads far outweighed those on television.
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How Tanya Plibersek could face the same fate as Julie Bishop as Anthony Albanese declares hand7h How Tanya Plibersek could face the same fate as Julie Bishop as Anthony Albanese declares hand
Tanya Plibersek could face the same fate as Julie Bishop, who was humiliated in August last year in a Liberal Party leadership ballot despite being the party's deputy leader for 11 years.
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European elections 2019: Views from centre of England7h European elections 2019: Views from centre of England
What do people living in Meriden think about the EU elections?
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Claims Israel Folau DELIBERATELY tried to get himself sacked from the Wallabies7h Updated Claims Israel Folau DELIBERATELY tried to get himself sacked from the Wallabies
Israel Folau's Australian rugby union career may well be over but insiders claim that this might have been exactly what the former Wallabies player wanted all along.
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Duchess of Cambridge shows off garden to her children7h Updated Duchess of Cambridge shows off garden to her children
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis enjoy playing at the Chelsea Flower Show.
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Thousands of teenagers are being dumped in unregulated care homes, new report claims7h Thousands of teenagers are being dumped in unregulated care homes, new report claims
Local authorities can place 16 and 17-year-olds in the facilities for their own safety, but a BBC Newsnight report revealed the homes can be hotbeds of criminal activity and abuse.
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7h Updated Koepka weathers late storm to clinch fourth major at PGA Championship
The coronation had more spice than he would have liked, but Brooks Koepka held his nerve to seal back-to-back PGA Championship titles to seal his status as golf's new once-in-a-generation player.
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MPs to debate immunity for Northern Ireland veterans7h MPs to debate immunity for Northern Ireland veterans
Tory MPs to call for action amid reports No 10 has blocked move to limit scope for prosecutions.
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Drunk motorists will lose their licences under strict new laws from today7h Updated Drunk motorists will lose their licences under strict new laws from today
Drivers caught drunk behind the wheel in New South Wales will lose their licences for at least three months under strict new laws that come into effect from Monday.
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn visits Sikh temple then breaks fast at a mosque7h Updated Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn visits Sikh temple then breaks fast at a mosque
Hours after his interview on the Andrew Marr show, Jeremy Corbyn headed to the Sri Guru Singh Sabha gurdwara in Southall, west London.
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India’s Narendra Modi Appears Headed for Re-election, Exit Polls Show7h Updated India’s Narendra Modi Appears Headed for Re-election, Exit Polls Show
Mr. Modi, one of India’s most powerful and divisive leaders in decades, seems to have emerged relatively unscathed from complaints about joblessness and distress on farms.
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Koepka recovers from wobble to defend US PGA Championship7h Updated Koepka recovers from wobble to defend US PGA Championship
Brooks Koepka holds off Dustin Johnson's challenge to defend his US PGA Championship and win a fourth major after a dramatic day at Bethpage Black.
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How an MI5 agent was caught in a football brawl as he tried to follow a Russian agent7h How an MI5 agent was caught in a football brawl as he tried to follow a Russian agent
‘Tom Marcus’ (not his real name) was a shadowy MI5 watcher tracking Britain’s enemies on our streets. He describes his role in a tense operation to thwart a cyber-attack.
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Teenager repeatedly stabbed on west London street in another bloody weekend in the capital7h Teenager repeatedly stabbed on west London street in another bloody weekend in the capital
Police and ambulance crews were called to reports of an injured man on Warwick Avenue in Little Venice, west London, just before 8pm. The teenager was rushed to a central London hospital.
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New hope for curing sepsis as researchers discover there are FOUR different strains8h New hope for curing sepsis as researchers discover there are FOUR different strains
Doctors say the current ‘one size fits all’ approach to treatment means sepsis, which kills 52,000 people in the UK each year, is often mismanaged.
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Google deals Huawei major blow by cutting Android licence8h Google deals Huawei major blow by cutting Android licence
Google has dealt a major blow to Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei by blocking the firm from using critical apps and services like Gmail and YouTube on its range of smartphones, according to reports.
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Border Force officials stop 52 migrants in four dinghies trying to sneak across Channel into the UK8h Border Force officials stop 52 migrants in four dinghies trying to sneak across Channel into the UK
Border Force officials intercepted four dinghies carrying men, women and children as they made the journey from northern France to the Kent coast.
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How Geoffrey Robinson was boss of Jaguar at 34, had a £30m fortune, and served as a minister8h How Geoffrey Robinson was boss of Jaguar at 34, had a £30m fortune, and served as a minister
ANDREW PIERCE: Geoffrey Robinson, who bought the London based New Statesman in 1996, sold it ten years later. But he remains chairman and the wine still flows for the party’s great and good.
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Attack on Tourist Bus Near Egyptian Pyramids Wounds at Least 148h Updated Attack on Tourist Bus Near Egyptian Pyramids Wounds at Least 14
The blast, close to a giant museum under construction, suggested that militants were seeking to undermine the authority of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
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British nationals to be banned from parts of Syria under new law8h British nationals to be banned from parts of Syria under new law
Those who enter or remain in Idlib or north-east could face 10 years in jail, Sajid Javid to warn British nationals are to be banned from entering or remaining in parts of conflict-stricken Syria in the first use of a controversial new power. The home secretary, Sajid Javid, will reveal on Monday how he expects
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Rail timetable changes come into effect as industry reels from annus horribilis8h Rail timetable changes come into effect as industry reels from annus horribilis
Operators have stepped up efforts to avert fiasco similar to 2018, the worst year on record Rail passengers in the UK endured the worst year on record for delays and cancellations in 2018, it has emerged, as commuters brace for a new timetable change. Rescheduling on British railways last May was the catalyst for
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8h Koepka survives to win PGA Championship
The coronation had more spice than he would have liked, but Brooks Koepka held his nerve to seal back-to-back US PGA titles to seal his status as golf's new once-in-a-generation player.
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Manchester Airport: Flight cancellations and delays amid fuel problem8h Updated Manchester Airport: Flight cancellations and delays amid fuel problem
A "power issue" affects fuelling at Manchester Airport, causing delays and 87 flight cancellations.
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Model railway lovers devastated as vandals smash years of work9h Updated Model railway lovers devastated as vandals smash years of work
Rampage leaves ‘grown men with tears in their eyes’ as show is cancelled in Lincolnshire Vandals have smashed up a model railway show, causing thousands of pounds worth of damage and leaving exhibitors “devastated and distraught”. Members of Market Deeping Model Railway club were forced to cancel their annual exhibition at Welland academy in Stamford, Lincolnshire, after the break-in and rampage in the early hours of Saturday morning.
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Aged just nine, Lauren, now 35, lost BOTH parents to the contaminated HIV blood scandal9h Aged just nine, Lauren, now 35, lost BOTH parents to the contaminated HIV blood scandal
When nine-year-old Lauren Palmer was summoned to a family meeting her first thought was that she might be getting a pet. She was actually being told both her her parents had HIV.
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Polls Are Closed in India’s Election: What Happens Next?9h Polls Are Closed in India’s Election: What Happens Next?
The polls closed on Sunday in the world’s biggest election. Here’s what to look out for until the results are announced on Thursday.
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Daley and Reid win Diving World Series gold in London9h Daley and Reid win Diving World Series gold in London
Tom Daley and Grace Reid finish superbly to take gold in the mixed 3m synchro gold at the Diving World Series in London.
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9h Explosion targets tourist bus near Giza pyramids
At least 14 people were injured in an explosion that targeted a tourist bus carrying 25 South African citizens, Egypt's state-run Ahram daily reported.
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Mother of newborn quads is seen stocking up supplies to keep the youngsters fed and clothed 9h Mother of newborn quads is seen stocking up supplies to keep the youngsters fed and clothed 
Tracey Britten, 51, from north London, was spotted shopping for supplies for her quadruplets. She gave birth to three girls and a boy on October 26 last year.
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Man in his 20s is fighting for his life after being shot in a Walsall barber shop9h Man in his 20s is fighting for his life after being shot in a Walsall barber shop
The victim, who is in his 20s, was in the hairdressers - called Katz Kuts - in the Birchills area of the town just after 5pm on Sunday when men entered and assaulted him.
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Fernando Alonso fails to qualify for Indianapolis 5009h Updated Fernando Alonso fails to qualify for Indianapolis 500
Fernando Alonso fails to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 after a humiliating return to America's biggest race for the McLaren team.
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European Elections Will Gauge the Power of Populism9h Updated European Elections Will Gauge the Power of Populism
A new scandal in Austria that led to the collapse of the coalition government there served as a reminder that Russia has deep ties to many populist parties.
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India Election: Voting Ends and Exit Polls Predict a Modi Win9h Updated India Election: Voting Ends and Exit Polls Predict a Modi Win
The world’s biggest election will determine whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi stays in power. Here’s how it happened, and what comes next.
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Lawmakers Scuffle Over Disputed Speaker’s Role in Afghan Parliament10h Updated Lawmakers Scuffle Over Disputed Speaker’s Role in Afghan Parliament
The turmoil came just days after newly elected members started their first session after elections plagued by vote-rigging and bribery.
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British couple is suing the Cypriot government after their dream home was wrecked by landslides 10h British couple is suing the Cypriot government after their dream home was wrecked by landslides 
Simon and Jenny Philips , from Hemel Hempstead, dreamt of many happy years in luxury. But those dreams soon came crashing down, when the earth opened and reduced their family home to rubble.
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Drop-off penalties that cost more than a flight: How some airports hit motorists with huge fine10h Drop-off penalties that cost more than a flight: How some airports hit motorists with huge fine
Airports charge drivers as much as £25 for loitering too long when they drop someone at the terminal. Critics said it means that 'kiss and fly' charges can be more than the cost of a cheap flight to Europe.
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Roedean to send pupils on a one-week trip without smartphones10h Roedean to send pupils on a one-week trip without smartphones
The £38,000-a-year Brighton boarding school said the retreat has ‘lots of fresh air and no wi-fi’, so the girls will not be able to message each other on WhatsApp or like photos on Instagram.
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10h Deutsche Bank employees reported suspicious activity from Trump and Kushner: NYT
Deutsche Bank's anti-money laundering specialists once recommended that transactions involving entities controlled by President Donald Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, be reported to a US agency that investigates financial crimes, according to a new report in the New York Times.
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Manchester airport flights delayed after refuelling power failure10h Updated Manchester airport flights delayed after refuelling power failure
Flights to Tenerife, Belfast and Milan among 86 cancelled as passengers’ frustration grows Dozens of flights were delayed and cancelled at Manchester airport on Sunday because of refuelling problems. Up to 13,000 passengers were left frustrated after flights to Tenerife, Belfast and Milan were among the 86 cancelled, while others have been delayed by about three hours.
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Tories urge leadership contenders to prioritise climate emergency10h Tories urge leadership contenders to prioritise climate emergency
Moderate Conservatives say environmental issues should be at forefront of debate Moderate Conservatives including Nicky Morgan and Amber Rudd are urging contenders for their party’s leadership to put the battle against the climate emergency at the forefront of the contest. The 60-strong One Nation group of senior Tories, created as a bulwark against what they perceive as their party’s lurch to the right, is calling for the environment to form a central part of the leadership debate.
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Morning mail: Labor in turmoil, climate election inquest, Sydney FC triumph10h Morning mail: Labor in turmoil, climate election inquest, Sydney FC triumph
Monday: ALP looks to Albanese or Plibersek amid soul-searching over defeat. Plus: Republican turns on Trump Good morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Monday 20 May.
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Austrian Leader Calls for Snap Election After Far-Right Vice Chancellor Resigns11h Updated Austrian Leader Calls for Snap Election After Far-Right Vice Chancellor Resigns
A 2017 video that was secretly filmed showed Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache promising government contracts to a woman claiming to be the niece of a Russian oligarch.
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TV newsreader Tom Bradby reveals his battle with insomnia11h TV newsreader Tom Bradby reveals his battle with insomnia
Tom Bradby, 52, was forced to take almost five months off from ITV's News At Ten after being struck down by Insomnia. It is a condition that affects as many as 50 per cent of Britons.
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Brits could be banned from Syrian terror hotspots11h Brits could be banned from Syrian terror hotspots
Hard-hitting new security powers that would ban British citizens from designated terrorist hotspots are set to be introduced across large parts of northern Syria.
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Four British jihadis all used the same Samsung phone to take videos and photos fighting for ISIS12h Four British jihadis all used the same Samsung phone to take videos and photos fighting for ISIS
Footage and photos from a mobile phone used by four British jihadis as they documented their life in the IS caliphate before their deaths has been handed to British media by eastern Syrian authorities.
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Billy Monger: Amputee driver wins Pau Grand Prix two years after serious crash12h Billy Monger: Amputee driver wins Pau Grand Prix two years after serious crash
British racing driver Billy Monger claims his first victory since having both legs amputated after a crash two years ago.
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Billionaire pledges to pay student debt for 2019 class at historic black college12h Updated Billionaire pledges to pay student debt for 2019 class at historic black college
Robert Smith makes pledge to eliminate students’ debt estimated at $40m at Morehouse, Martin Luther King’s alma mater Delivering the commencement address at
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Manchester Airport delays due to fuel problem13h Updated Manchester Airport delays due to fuel problem
A "power issue" affects fuelling at Manchester Airport, causing delays and cancellations.
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Google suspends some business with Huawei after Trump blacklist – report13h Google suspends some business with Huawei after Trump blacklist – report
Blow as Huawei Technologies will immediately lose access to updates to the Android operating system Google has suspended business with Huawei that requires the transfer of hardware and software products except those covered by open source licenses, a source close to the matter told Reuters.
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13h Shocking moment man dropkicks Arnold Schwarzenegger
Actor and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was kicked in the back while visiting South Africa for the annual Arnold Classic Africa.
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Seven members of staff at Kensington Palace have been sacked or resigned over misconduct since 201513h Seven members of staff at Kensington Palace have been sacked or resigned over misconduct since 2015
EXCLUSIVE: The workers helped look after the London palace, which is home to Prince William and wife Kate, for the charity which manages royal palaces for the Government.
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More than 50 migrants found in Channel en route to UK at weekend13h More than 50 migrants found in Channel en route to UK at weekend
Home Office says 20 people found on boats on Saturday and a further 32 on Sunday More than 50 migrants have been found in the Channel travelling towards the UK over the weekend. Two more incidents were reported involving 32 migrants off the Kent coast on Sunday, the Home Office said, after 20 were found in boats on Saturday.
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After the climate election: shellshocked green groups remain resolute13h After the climate election: shellshocked green groups remain resolute
Environmentalists rejects suggestions progressive tactics like Stop Adani convoy cost Labor the election The environmental movement drew first blood on election night by helping
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England v Pakistan: Chris Woakes takes five wickets as hosts seal 4-0 series win13h Updated England v Pakistan: Chris Woakes takes five wickets as hosts seal 4-0 series win
England complete a 4-0 series victory over Pakistan with a 54-run victory at Headingley.
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Uber customers could face higher fares over claim it owes more than £1BILLION in unpaid VAT14h Uber customers could face higher fares over claim it owes more than £1BILLION in unpaid VAT
HM Revenue & Customs is investigating the ride-booking app's unpaid tax in the UK. Uber claims it doesn't owe tax because it is a middleman between self-employed drivers and passengers.
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Girl, 18, died after her Fiat 500 was steered into oncoming traffic while driving with her boyfriend14h Girl, 18, died after her Fiat 500 was steered into oncoming traffic while driving with her boyfriend
Jayden Ryder was driving boyfriend Ryan Wiffen home after he had been drinking with his boss in County Durham last year. The 18-year-old died after her car was steered into an oncoming Audi.
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Corbyn and Blair – a tale of two treacheries? | Letters14h Corbyn and Blair – a tale of two treacheries? | Letters
Readers take sides on Gary Younge’s argument that people who stuck with Labour over the Iraq war should not now abandon it over BrexitI agree with the point Gary Younge is making (
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Crimes by soldiers must be prosecuted | Letters14h Crimes by soldiers must be prosecuted | Letters
The Kenyan case shows that the military cannot be trusted to deal with soldiers’ misdemeanours, write
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House explosion kills one person and injures two others14h House explosion kills one person and injures two others
One person has died and two more have been injured after a house exploded in Indiana.
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England v Pakistan: Adil Rashid dismisses Shoaib Malik with brilliant caught & bowled15h England v Pakistan: Adil Rashid dismisses Shoaib Malik with brilliant caught & bowled
England's Adil Rashid dismisses Pakistan's Shoaib Mailk with a "brilliant" return catch during the fifth ODI at Headingley.
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Roadside bomb injures tourists on bus near Giza pyramids15h Roadside bomb injures tourists on bus near Giza pyramids
Incident leaves 17 hurt, Egyptian state TV shows shocked tourists leaving bus with shattered windows A roadside bomb injured at least 17 people on Sunday when it detonated next to a bus of tourists, close to the Giza pyramids in Cairo. Images of the aftermath of the attack broadcast on Egyptian state television showed shocked tourists, one with a bloodstained T-shirt, disembarking a bus with its windows blown out and the windscreen cracked. The explosion also ripped a hole through a nearby wall, close to the construction site of the Grand Egyptian museum, a site hoping to draw tourists when it opens next year.
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Egypt explosion: Tourists on bus injured near Giza pyramids15h Updated Egypt explosion: Tourists on bus injured near Giza pyramids
At least 16 people are hurt near the Grand Egyptian Museum, South African tourists among them.
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Austrian President Calls for Elections in September15h Updated Austrian President Calls for Elections in September
Alexander Van der Bellen said continuity was essential after the far-right vice chancellor resigned over a video showing him promising favors to a woman who claimed ties to a Russian oligarch.
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British Podcast Awards: George The Poet and Brexitcast win15h Updated British Podcast Awards: George The Poet and Brexitcast win
Brexitcast, You, Me and the Big C and My Dad Wrote A Porno also won at the British Podcast Awards.
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15h Trump needs to learn how to pick his battles
We are fighting a lot of wars right now, with more looming on the horizon. From trade wars to information wars to increasing nuclear threats, the list of issues competing for substantive presidential attention gets longer every day. And this as news reports detail an increasingly divided national security team.
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Where does Kompany rank among great Premier League leaders?15h Where does Kompany rank among great Premier League leaders?
Vincent Kompany will be remembered as one of the most inspirational leaders of the Premier League era, but where do you think he ranks?
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Austria prepares for fresh elections after Ibiza video scandal15h Austria prepares for fresh elections after Ibiza video scandal
Footage appeared to show far-right vice-chancellor promise contracts in exchange for campaign support Austria is bracing itself for fresh elections in September after a tumultuous weekend saw the country’s conservative-nationalist coalition government collapse over the so-called “Ibizagate” scandal. The country’s chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, announced on Saturday that his centre-right Austrian People’s party (ÖVP) would end its 18-month ruling coalition with the far-right Freedom party (FPÖ) following the emergence of a video, filmed in Ibiza, that appeared to show his deputy, Heinz-Christian Strache, offering lucrative public contracts in exchange for campaign support.
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Kilmarnock beat Rangers to qualify for Europa League15h Kilmarnock beat Rangers to qualify for Europa League
Kilmarnock clinch third place in the Scottish Premiership - and a return to European football - thanks to Eamonn Brophy's late penalty against Rangers.
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Indian elections: Modi on track for decisive victory, exit polls suggest15h Indian elections: Modi on track for decisive victory, exit polls suggest
Voting has officially ended in country’s marathon six-week ballot India’s prime minister and his allies are on track to decisively win a second term, according to exit polls released after voting officially ended on Sunday night in the country’s marathon six-week elections. Sampling by six pollsters showed Modi’s Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) and its coalition winning between 287 and 336 seats. The final tally each survey predicted varied but were uniformly well above the 272 seats needed to form government in India’s lower house. Two surveys showed the ruling coalition falling short – by between five and 30 seats.
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Skripal poisoning suspects received mystery phone call following attack16h Skripal poisoning suspects received mystery phone call following attack
Detectives think pair may have been awaiting signal that operation had been successful before returning home The Russian men suspected of poisoning Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury received a phone call after returning to London on the day of the alleged attack, raising the possibility that a backup team played a role in the operation. One theory being considered by investigators is whether the call, which has not been disclosed before, was a signal to tip them off that the operation had been a success.
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16h Updated Egypt explosion injures tourists near Giza pyramids
At least 14 people were injured in an explosion that targeted a tourist bus carrying 25 South African citizens, Egypt's state-run Ahram daily reported.
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F.A.A. Urges Commercial Flights to ‘Exercise Caution’ Over Persian Gulf16h F.A.A. Urges Commercial Flights to ‘Exercise Caution’ Over Persian Gulf
Amid escalating tensions between the United States and Iran, the agency alerted airliners to a growing risk of “misidentification” when flying in the region.
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Vandals trash Stamford model railway exhibition16h Updated Vandals trash Stamford model railway exhibition
The club said a "hurricane would have done less damage".
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Columbine shooting survivor found dead aged 3717h Columbine shooting survivor found dead aged 37
A survivor of the Columbine High School shooting has been found dead at his home in Colorado 20 years after the attack.
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Blast injures tourists on bus near Giza pyramids in Egypt17h Updated Blast injures tourists on bus near Giza pyramids in Egypt
At least 16 people are hurt near the Grand Egyptian Museum, South African tourists among them.
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17h Trump favors exceptions to abortion bans
President Donald Trump favors exceptions in abortion bans, he tweeted Saturday night.
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Swiss Vote to Tighten Firearms Laws to Align With E.U. Rules17h Swiss Vote to Tighten Firearms Laws to Align With E.U. Rules
Swiss voters agreed on Sunday to tighten the country’s gun laws in order to comply with European Union legislation that came into force following terrorist attacks in Paris and elsewhere.
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17h Blast injures tourists near Giza pyramids
At least 14 people were injured in an explosion that targeted a tourist bus carrying 25 South African citizens, Egypt's state-run Ahram daily reported.
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Voting Ends in India, and Exit Polls Predict a Modi Win17h Voting Ends in India, and Exit Polls Predict a Modi Win
The world’s biggest election will determine whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi stays in power. Here’s how it happened, and what comes next.
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Israeli culture minister criticises Palestinian flags at Eurovision17h Israeli culture minister criticises Palestinian flags at Eurovision
Madonna and Icelandic band Hatari displayed the flags at competition’s final in Tel Aviv The Israeli culture minister, Miri Regev,has criticised the display of Palestinian flags during the Eurovision song contest final in Tel Aviv on Saturday night, including by one of Madonna’s dancers. “It was an error,” Regev, a right-wing minister known for provocative stances, told journalists before a cabinet meeting on Sunday.
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Roadside bomb injures tourists near Giza pyramids, officials say17h Roadside bomb injures tourists near Giza pyramids, officials say
Egyptian officials say bomb hit tourist bus near Cairo site, wounding at least 16 people Egyptian officials say a roadside bomb has hit a tourist bus near the Giza pyramids. They say the blast on Sunday wounded at least 16 people, including tourists.
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Netflix close to long-term UK studio space deal at Pinewood17h Netflix close to long-term UK studio space deal at Pinewood
Streaming company is producing an increasing amount of shows in Britain Netflix is close to securing a deal to lease space at Pinewood Studios, home to the James Bond and Star Wars franchises, to ensure its growing slate of UK productions can be made without delay. Netflix, which is understood to be near to signing a 10-year deal with Pinewood, began the hunt for a permanent production base last year,
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Swiss gun control: Projections suggest voters approve EU rules18h Swiss gun control: Projections suggest voters approve EU rules
Sunday's referendum backed new gun restrictions to conform with EU rules, projections suggest.
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Desert Island Discs: Pat McGrath on diversity in beauty industry18h Desert Island Discs: Pat McGrath on diversity in beauty industry
Multi-millionaire make-up artist Pat McGrath says it is "fantastic" the beauty industry is more diverse.
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18h Updated Vincent Kompany to leave Man City
Belgian footballer Vincent Kompany has said he will leave Manchester City, just one day after playing his last game as captain in Saturday's FA Cup final win over Watford.
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18h Austria to hold snap poll after video scandal
A snap election in Austria is a "necessity," Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said Sunday, following an announcement by President Alexander Van der Bellen that early elections would be held in September.
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Vincent Kompany leaves Manchester City to become Anderlecht player-manager18h Updated Vincent Kompany leaves Manchester City to become Anderlecht player-manager
Captain Vincent Kompany leaves Manchester City to become player-manager at former club Anderlecht.
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Explosion hits tourist bus in Egypt18h Explosion hits tourist bus in Egypt
The blast occurred near the Grand Egyptian Museum at the pyramids, media reports say.
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The EU has a race problem at the top – and no one wants to talk about it | Sarah Chander18h The EU has a race problem at the top – and no one wants to talk about it | Sarah Chander
Migrants, minorities and people of colour are almost absent from Thursday’s list of prospective MEPsWith days to go until the polls open for the European parliament elections, most political parties are finding it a struggle to convey the relevance of the EU to voters (in 2014, voter turnout was just 42%). Eurosceptics from Nigel Farage to Matteo Salvini, Marine Le Pen to Alternative für Deutschland’s Alexander Gauland, have been united in their criticism of the Brussels “elite”. They focus on the “unelected bureaucrats” running the EU institutions. Yet there’s an elite they don’t notice – and of which they are members. The EU’s institutions, and its parliamentary seats, are all but closed to people who aren’t white.
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There should be nothing wrong in waving Palestinian flags at Eurovision | Michael Segalov18h There should be nothing wrong in waving Palestinian flags at Eurovision | Michael Segalov
As an audience member in Tel Aviv I saw the flags of many nations on display, why not those of Israel’s neighbours? There were loud boos in the Tel Aviv Expo Centre on Saturday night, and not just when it was announced that voters in Greece and Cyprus had
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Police condemn speculation about violence at Tommy Robinson rally18h Police condemn speculation about violence at Tommy Robinson rally
Supporters and counter-protesters clashed at far-right activist’s event in Oldham Police have condemned “speculation and ill-informed comments” on social media about violence that erupted during
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Italian Open: Karolina Pliskova beats Johanna Konta in final18h Italian Open: Karolina Pliskova beats Johanna Konta in final
British number one Johanna Konta's wait for a first WTA clay-court title continues after she loses to Karolina Pliskova in the Italian Open final.
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Foreign tourists hurt in Egypt bus blast - reports18h Foreign tourists hurt in Egypt bus blast - reports
At least 12 people have been injured in a blast targeting a tourist bus in Egypt, according to security forces.
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19h Updated Meghan and Harry share behind-the-scenes pictures of wedding
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared behind-the-scenes images from their big day at Windsor Castle as they celebrate their first wedding anniversary.
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19h Is much-anticipated finale a poisoned chalice?
10 best GOT moments Why fans aren't happy with this final season
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England v Pakistan: Eoin Morgan breaks roof tile with huge six19h England v Pakistan: Eoin Morgan breaks roof tile with huge six
England captain Eoin Morgan breaks a roof tile with a huge six during the fifth and final ODI against Pakistan at Headingley.
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19h Joyful Eurovision sees Dutch triumph as Madonna falls flat
Madonna mixes politics with a classic hit Iceland's entry holds up Palestinian flag
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News Analysis: It Was Supposed to Be Australia’s Climate Change Election. What Happened?20h Updated News Analysis: It Was Supposed to Be Australia’s Climate Change Election. What Happened?
On Saturday, in a result that stunned most analysts, voters re-elected the conservative coalition that has long resisted plans to sharply cut down on carbon emissions and coal.
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England v Pakistan: James Vince falls for 3320h England v Pakistan: James Vince falls for 33
Fakhar Zaman takes an easy catch as England's James Vince falls for 33 during the fifth ODI against Pakistan at Headingley.
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European Elections Will Be Latest Test of Populist Support20h Updated European Elections Will Be Latest Test of Populist Support
Nationalists all over the Continent are hoping for a surge that will allow them, short of leaving the European Union, to disable its bureaucracy from within.
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Is Arya Death? The questions we need answered in Game of Thrones20h Is Arya Death? The questions we need answered in Game of Thrones
The saga comes to a close in what promises to be an epic finale. But who will kill Daenerys, will Bran warg again – and are the White Walkers gone for good?
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Voting Is Ending in India. Here’s What to Expect.20h Updated Voting Is Ending in India. Here’s What to Expect.
The world’s biggest election will determine whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi stays in power. Here’s how it happened, and what comes next.
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20h Updated Violence at rally for anti-Islam activist Tommy Robinson
Police officers say arrests will be made after violence broke out at a campaign rally for the British far-right activist and founder of the English Defence League, Tommy Robinson.
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Yemeni poetry thrives despite trauma of civil war20h Yemeni poetry thrives despite trauma of civil war
Poets explore how the artform can unite people on different sides of conflict A story is often told to illustrate how central poetry is to Yemeni culture: that of the visit of a famous lute player from Baghdad. He was invited to play in Sana’a, where he performed enchanting and technically brilliant music for an hour. But when he stopped, the audience waited for the musician to start talking. Without any poetry, they thought, the entertainment could not possibly be over yet.
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Harry and Meghan release wedding photos to mark anniversary21h Harry and Meghan release wedding photos to mark anniversary
Couple, who had baby Archie this month, post 14 pictures on Instagram a year after marriage The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have marked their first wedding anniversary by releasing a series of photos. Harry and Meghan shared a compilation of 14 wedding pictures, including some that have previously not been seen, on Instagram.
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Joe Biden says most important thing is to beat Donald Trump – video21h Joe Biden says most important thing is to beat Donald Trump – video
Formally launching his third presidential campaign,
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Arnold Schwarzenegger is DROP-KICKED from behind in South Africa21h Arnold Schwarzenegger is DROP-KICKED from behind in South Africa
The 'Terminator' star was filming an athlete jump rope while in a gymnasium at the Arnold Sports Festival in Sandton, when a stranger jump-kicked him from behind.
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Justin Bieber effect leads to closure of Icelandic canyon21h Justin Bieber effect leads to closure of Icelandic canyon
Fjadrárgljúfur closed off to protect it from fans after it starred in pop star’s video With one music video, Justin Bieber has made a pristine Icelandic canyon famous around the world. And that’s the problem. Icelandic environmental officials have had to close off Fjadrárgljúfur to protect it from the hordes of Bieber fans who are determined to visit the site, which is featured in the video for I’ll Show You. And these fans are not letting a few fences, signs or park rangers keep them away.
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Harry and Meghan mark anniversary with new wedding photos21h Updated Harry and Meghan mark anniversary with new wedding photos
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex post new pictures on Instagram to mark their first anniversary.
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Dos and D’Hondts: all you need to know about the European elections21h Dos and D’Hondts: all you need to know about the European elections
From understanding the proportional representation system to voting tactically, here are the key facts
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