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May faces 'rebellion that has been brewing for months within her own party', WSJ tells readers

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Aldyr Schlee won a competition to replace Brazil's white kit after defeat in the 1950 World Cup.

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The Jamaican government has deployed the army to patrol some streets and residents are welcoming it.

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A group of five ministers are hoping to persuade the PM to make changes to the deal, the BBC understands.

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Business

Publisher had recently been looking at ways to refinance £220m of debt that became repayable in June

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Mack keys late surge, helps Manhattan beat Coastal Carolina

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Best Headphones 2018: Welcome to TechRadar's comprehensive round-up of the best headphones in every style and at every price point in 2018. It's hard to imagine a world without headphones - a world where music can only be enjoyed in concert halls or on speaker systems, exclusively....

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Ents & Arts

BEST David Hockney’s Auction-Night Glorification –  The octogenarian artist is officially the priciest living painter, thanks to the banner sale of his 1972 painting P ortrait of an Artist (Pool With Two Figures)  at Christie’s postwar and contemporary art auction, where it went for...

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A couple share their experience of having sex without condoms when one partner has HIV.

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Austria's capital has long been a hotbed of espionage, and it continues up to the present day.

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Four elite US troops in Mali are accused of ambushing and killing Staff Sgt Logan Melgar as he slept.

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Students from Lancaster University were pictured wearing T-shirts with rape and child abuse references.

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Former Celtic, Liverpool and Scotland striker Kenny Dalglish says his knighthood is a reward for good upbringing.

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Manager Ryan Giggs said there were elements of Wales' performance in the 2-1 defeat to Denmark that he "enjoyed."

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Ronnie O'Sullivan and Mark Selby will meet in the semi-finals of the Northern Ireland Open in Belfast on Saturday.

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India

The apple farming industry which employs nearly half the state's population has been badly affected.

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Australia bowler Mitchell Starc says he has been dropped from his contract with Indian Premier League side Kolkata Knight Riders - by text.

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Middle East

Israel appears to be heading for early elections after a rough week for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu saw key government ministers resign and call for an early vote.


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