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ISS Captures Striking Hurricane Footage
The International Space Station has captured incredible footage of three hurricanes spinning above the Earth’s oceans.
Knife Attack Hero Nominated For Bravery Award
A British man who died after he was critically injured trying to save another backpacker from a knifeman at an Australian hostel has been nominated for a posthumous bravery award.
Travel Disruption After Frankfurt Security Scare
A security scare at one of Europe’s busiest airports has caused travel disruption across the continent.
Women In ‘£17m Drug Bust’ On Selfie Cruise
Two women could be facing life in prison in Australia for allegedly smuggling cocaine worth £17m during a cruise which they documented on social media.
‘Severe Turbulence’ Injures 16 On UK-Bound Jet
A London-bound flight was forced to make an emergency landing in Ireland after 16 people were injured during “severe and unexpected turbulence”.
Junior Doctors Could Walk Out Every Month
Junior doctors could go on strike for a week every month for the rest of the year, as the row over a new contract being imposed by the Government escalates.
Boy, 17, Dies After River Wear Dinghy Tragedy
A 17-year-old boy has died after getting into difficulty in the water at the mouth of the River Wear in Sunderland, Northumbria Police said.
Baby Mix-Up Led To Hospital Cremation Error
New South Wales health authorities have apologised over a mix-up which led to the body of a baby being accidentally cremated.
Brit Murder Suspect Reconstructs Officer Death
A British man and his Australian girlfriend accused of killing a policeman on the Indonesian island of Bali have taken part in a reconstruction of the murder.
Donald Trump Agrees To Meet Mexico’s President
Donald Trump will travel to Mexico later to meet the country’s president, hours ahead of a much-anticipated speech on illegal immigration.
Pregnancy Discrimination At Work On The Rise
MPs have uncovered a “shocking” increase in discrimination against pregnant women and new mothers.
TV Star Back In UK After Malaria Scare In Rio
A TV presenter who “nearly died” after contracting a rare strain of malaria in Brazil has arrived back in the UK for further treatment.
Poll Boost For Corbyn Ahead Of Leadership Vote
Jeremy Corbyn appears to be well ahead of his rival Owen Smith in the first poll of those entitled to vote in the Labour leadership election.
Chris Brown Arrested On Suspicion Of Assault
US singer Chris Brown has been arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after a daylong standoff with police.
Brexit To Dominate Cabinet’s Chequers Away Day
Brexit will dominate a special Cabinet away day at Chequers as Theresa May and her ministers meet for the first time since their summer break.
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Swimmer Lochte Swaps Pool For Dance Floor
The US swimmer Ryan Lochte – who admits he “overexaggerated” a story about being robbed and held at gunpoint during the Rio Olympics – is joining the American version of Strictly Come Dancing.
Boys Held Over Possible ‘Hate Crime’ Murder
Six teenage boys have been arrested on suspicion of murder after two Polish men were set upon in a “vicious attack” outside an Essex takeaway.
Robber Who Wore Clown Mask In Armed Raids Jailed
A 23-year-old who wore a chilling clown mask while robbing from Beefeater restaurants in Devon has been sentenced to almost 10 years in prison.
Islamic State’s Official Spokesman ‘Killed’
Islamic State’s official spokesman, Abu Muhammad al Adnani, has reportedly been killed in Aleppo.
Search For 17-Year-Old Boy Missing In Sea
A search is underway for a 17-year-old boy who has gone missing after a dinghy capsized in Sunderland Harbour.
Under-Fire NHS Boss Quits – But Keeps £240k Role
The chief executive of under-fire Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust has resigned after saying her position had become “untenable”.
EU Tax Row: Multinationals In The Firing Line
The EU has alleged that companies including McDonald’s, Starbucks, Amazon and Fiat Chrysler struck deals with member countries to pay unusually low tax in exchange for basing their operations in Europe.
Protest Over Aboriginal Teen’s Death Turns Ugly
A dozen police officers were injured and a courthouse had to be evacuated during a protest over the death of an Aboriginal teenager in Australia.
Hollande: Brexit Talks Must End By 2019
Talks on Britain leaving the European Union must be finished by 2019, French President Francois Hollande has said.
Cameron ‘Increased Advisers’ Pay By Up To 24%’
David Cameron gave some of his special advisers large pay rises just months before they were handed generous severance packages, according to a report.
Conjoined Twin Girls To Start School In Kent
Twins girls who were given a slim chance of survival after being born conjoined are preparing for their first day at school.
Apple Ordered To Pay €13bn In Irish Taxes
US technology giant Apple has been ordered to pay up to €13bn (£11bn) in back taxes to Ireland after a European probe.
John Lennon Killer Denied Parole For Ninth Time
John Lennon’s killer Mark Chapman has been denied parole for the ninth time since the former Beatle’s murder stunned the world in 1980.
N Korea Officials Executed By ‘Anti-Aircraft Gun’
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has had two officials executed by anti-aircraft gun, according to reports.
Apple Facing Europe’s Largest Tax Penalty
American tech firm Apple is expected to be hit with Europe’s largest tax penalty later following claims it received preferential treatment from Ireland.
Twenty Amputations A Day Linked To Diabetes
The number of diabetes-related amputations in England has reached an all-time high of 20 a day, according to new analysis.
Briton Stabbed In Australia Dies From Injuries
A British man who was stabbed in Australia as he tried to save another backpacker has died from his injuries, police have said.
Rudd Rejects Calls To Scrap Calais Border Deal
The Home Secretary will bluntly reject calls to scrap the border deal between Britain and France when she meets her French counterpart in Paris later.
Stars Celebrate ‘Special Magic’ Of Gene Wilder
Co-stars, directors and admirers have been remembering Gene Wilder, the beloved actor who has died at the age of 83 after suffering complications linked to Alzheimer’s disease.
Corbyn Pledges To Tackle UK’s Digital Divide
Jeremy Corbyn is to promise a digital revolution to improve broadband and other internet services for the public – as well as reboot Labour’s campaigning for the next general election.
Notting Hill Carnival: More Than 300 Arrests
More than 300 people have been arrested at this year’s Notting Hill Carnival.
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‘Ice Road Truckers’ Star Dies In Plane Crash
One of the stars of reality TV show “Ice Road Truckers” has been killed in a plane crash in Montana.
Willy Wonka Actor Gene Wilder Dies Aged 83
Actor Gene Wilder, who starred in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory has died at the age of 83.
Hundreds Of Migrants Rescued Off Libyan Coast
Around 500 migrants have been saved after being found floating on a wooden boat off the Libyan coast.
Crime Lab Set On Fire ‘To Destroy Evidence’
Attackers may have tried to destroy evidence as they set fire to a laboratory at Belgium’s crime institute.
Banker Dies After Being Assaulted In London
Police have begun a murder investigation after a 30-year-old man was assaulted and later died in southeast London.
Clinton Aide Splits From Sext-Scandal Husband
Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin has announced she is splitting from her husband Anthony Weiner following another sexting revelation.
Five Family Members Found Dead In Ireland
The bodies of five members of the same family have been discovered at a house in County Cavan in Ireland.
Uzbek Dictator Karimov Suffers Brain Haemorrhage
Islam Karimov, who has led Uzbekistan for more than 25 years, is in intensive care after a brain haemorrhage, according to his daughter.
Brazil President Calls Her Impeachment A ‘Coup’
Dilma Rousseff says there is no justification for removing her as president of Brazil and called her impeachment trial a “coup”.
Lightning Strike Kills More Than 300 Reindeer
A lightning strike has killed more than 300 wild reindeer in Norway, in what officials described as an unusually large natural disaster.
US Urges Turkey And Syria Factions To Fight IS
The US has said fighting between Turkey and some opposition groups in northern Syria is “unacceptable and a source of deep concern”.
DNA Test Leads Police To China’s ‘Ripper’
Police say they have caught China’s “Jack The Ripper,” who killed 11 women and girls between 1988 and 2002.
‘Frightening’ Decline Of British Butterfly
One of Britain’s best-loved butterflies has suffered a “quite frightening” decline in numbers this summer.
Man Arrested Over Child Abduction Claim
A man who claimed to have seen a young boy being abducted has been arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice.
IS Suicide Bomber Kills ‘At Least 60’ In Yemen
Dozens of people have been killed in a suicide attack on an army training camp in Yemen’s second city of Aden.
Mediterranean Diet ‘Better Than Statins’
A Mediterranean-style diet is better at treating heart disease than cholesterol-lowering drugs, a new study has claimed.
Test For Parkinson’s Disease Moves Step Closer
Scientists say they have identified a molecule in the spinal fluid of Parkinson’s disease patients which may open the door to an early-stage test.
Beyonce Reigns Supreme At Video Music Awards
Beyonce has taken top honours at MTV’s Video Music Awards in New York – while rapper Drake got tongues wagging by professing his “love” for Rihanna.
Colombia Rebel Leader Announces Ceasefire
Colombia’s FARC rebel force has formally ordered its fighters to observe a ceasefire from midnight local time.
Boundary Review Could Cost Labour 30 Seats
A review of constituency boundaries, which aims to reduce the number of MPs, will hit Labour much harder than the Tories, according to research.
Ashes Of Backpacker To Be Spread Over World
The mother of stab victim Mia Ayliffe-Chung has told of her plans for her daughter’s cremation, as she prepares to head for Australia.
Asthma Report: ‘1,000 Needless Deaths A Year’
A charity has called for an overhaul of the way asthma is treated after it was revealed the condition costs the the UK at least £1.1bn a year.
‘No Fuss’ Hen Party Ends In Lifeboat Rescue
A bride-to-be who was on a “no fuss, low key” hen party outing had to be rescued with her three friends after a scenic boat trip went wrong.
HMS Daring To Help In Fight Against IS
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has announced that HMS Daring will soon be supporting the military campaign against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria.
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Four Stabbed At Notting Hill Carnival
Four people have been stabbed at Notting Hill Carnival, with one man fighting for his life in hospital.
Swimmer Dies Trying To Cross English Channel
A British man has died while trying to swim across the English Channel.
Turkey Airstrikes Kill 25 People In Syria
The Turkish military claims it has killed 25 Kurdish militants in airstrikes in northern Syria.
‘Failed Church Bomber’ Caught By Congregation
A man who stabbed a priest and attempted to cause an explosion in an Indonesian church is in custody after being chased down by the congregation.
Two Pilots Arrested For ‘Drinking Before Flight’
Two airline pilots have been arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of alcohol before a flight in Glasgow.
Teen Dies After Taking Drugs At Leeds Festival
A teenager has died after taking drugs at Leeds Festival.
Ministers Bar Export Of £5m Victoria Coronet
The export of an “iconic” coronet worn by Queen Victoria has been blocked by the Government.
Backlash As Trump Links Gun Death To Black Vote
Donald Trump has been criticised for trying to use the fatal shooting of an NBA star’s cousin to appeal to black voters.
NFL Star Defiant After Snubbing US Anthem
An American football star has defended his decision not to stand for the National Anthem, saying it was a protest against racial injustice.
Shoddy Renovations May Have Led To Quake Deaths
The prosecutor investigating the aftermath of the Italy earthquake says shoddy cut-price renovations in breach of local building regulations could be partly to blame for the high death toll.
Search For Missing Swimmer At Camber Sands
A search is under way at Camber Sands in East Sussex following reports of a missing swimmer, days after five men died there.
Dad Of Oz Backpacker Stabbings Victim ‘Proud’
The family of a Briton stabbed in Australia while trying to save another backpacker say they are “immensely proud” of him.
PM In Push To Gear Up Cabinet For Brexit
The Prime minister has signalled there will be no slowing down with plans for Britain to leave the EU.
Last BHS Stores To Close After 88-Year History
The last remaining branches of BHS stores are set to vanish from the high street today, ending 88 years of trading across the UK.
Youth Services Looking To The Arts To Fill Gaps
Youth services hit by funding cuts are increasingly looking towards arts organisations to fill the gaps.
Smith Slammed Over Vow To End Homelessness
A pledge to end homelessness within five years has been branded “outlandish” and “insulting” by a group of volunteers who serve meals on the streets.
Sunday’s National Newspaper Front Pages
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Passengers’ Terror As Plane Engine Falls Apart
A passenger of a US flight looked out of the window to find that large parts of the plane’s engine had fallen off.
Rockets Fired At Airport In Turkey – Report
Suspected Kurdish militants have fired four rockets at Diyarbakir Airport in southeast Turkey, according to reports.
Barrel Bomb Attack On Aleppo Wake Kills 15
At least 15 people have died in Aleppo, Syria, after a twin barrel bombing blasted a wake for victims of a similar attack days earlier.
Reveller, 26, Dies At Dance Music Festival
A man has died after collapsing at the Creamfields dance music festival, police said.
Green Wants Deal On BHS Pension
Sir Philip Green is seeking assurances that regulators will abandon a probe into BHS’s vast pension deficit if he makes a “voluntary” financial contribution to the retirement pots of thousands of the collapsed chain’s former employees.
Man Held For Murder Of Two Mississippi Nuns
A man has been arrested and charged with capital murder in the deaths of two Mississippi nuns.
At Least One Injured After M20 Bridge Collapses
At motorcyclist has been taken to hospital with suspected broken ribs after a pedestrian bridge collapsed on the M20 in Kent.
Bangladesh Terror Plotter ‘Killed In Raid’
Three suspected militants have been killed in a shootout with Bangladeshi police – including the alleged planner of a terror attack that left 22 people dead.
Stranded Pair Found After Writing ‘SOS’ In Sand
Two people stranded on a remote, uninhabited island in the Pacific have been rescued after they wrote “SOS” in the sand.
Brexit Not Inevitable, Ex Whitehall Chief Says
Former cabinet secretary Gus O’Donnell has said Brexit is not inevitable – especially if the EU undergoes reforms to make it less closely aligned.
‘British Boy’ Shown In IS Killing Video
A young British boy has allegedly been pictured killing a prisoner in a newly released Islamic State video.
Chefs Cook Pasta To Raise Quake Relief Funds
Chefs around the world are backing calls – supported by Jamie Oliver – to serve up a famous pasta dish to raise money for victims of the Italy earthquake.
State Funeral For Italy’s Earthquake Victims
A state funeral will be held today for around 40 of the victims of the earthquake that left more than 281 people dead in central Italy.
Tombstoning Surge Sparks Call For Action
A summer holiday surge in tombstoning has led to calls for the Government to extend an awareness campaign to schools across the UK.
May: Does Race Affect Access To Services?
Theresa May has launched an audit of Whitehall departments to find out how people from different races are treated by Britain’s public services.
Worker Killed On Set Of Blade Runner Sequel
A Hungarian man has been killed in an accident on the set of the upcoming Blade Runner sequel.
Ukrainian Teen Fighting ‘Scary’ Deportation
A Ukrainian teenager whose mother was murdered is due to find out if she will be deported back to Ukraine.
‘Cannibal Killer’ Student Awakes In Hospital
A Florida student accused of randomly killing a couple and biting the dead husband’s face has regained consciousness, investigators say.
Saturday’s National Newspaper Front Pages
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Labour Arranges Security For Party Conference
Labour says OCS Group will provide security at its party conference next month after concerns the event could be cancelled.