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    Israeli Jets Carry Out ‘Wide-Scale Attack’ on Hamas: Army
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    Northern Ireland Nears Recession as ‘No-Deal’ Brexit Fears and Government Crisis Take Toll
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    Calls for UK Government Chief Whip to Resign Over Allegations of ‘Cheating’ on Key Brexit Vote
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    Chinese Company Huawei Poses ‘Significant Risk’ to UK Telecoms
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    At Least 14 Injured After Suspected Knife Attack on German Bus
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    Rain on the Way: Thunderstorms to Hit London Amid Heatwave
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    UK’s May Demands New Deal From EU on Irish Border Backstop
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    UK to Warn Public Every Week Over ‘No-Deal Brexit’: The Times
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    WhatsApp Curbs Message Forwarding in Bid to Deter India Lynch Mobs
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    Australia Could Add ‘Values’ Test for Migrants, Says PM
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    South Korean Court Sentences Former President Park to Another 8 Years in Jail
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    South Korea Court Holds Government Accountable for 2014 Ferry Sinking, Which Killed 304
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    McDonald’s Plastic Straws to Be Phased out Across Australia by 2020
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    Turkish Court Rejects Australia’s Request to Extradite ISIS Recruiter
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    The Coup You Didn’t Hear About in Pakistan and Why You Should Care
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    Solution to Ocean’s Plastic Waste Problem ‘Starts With Product Design’
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    New National Campaign Launched to Reduce Household Food Waste
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    Rise in Homicides, Knife Crime, and Theft in England and Wales
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    Trump Renews Call for Release of American Pastor in Turkey
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    South Korea Probes Suspected North Korea Coal Imports After UN Ban
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    France to Bolster Anti-Takeover Measures Amid Foreign Investment Boom
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    Kazakhstan’s Olympic Medalist Skater Denis Ten Stabbed to Death