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'As prepared as we can be' Airports braced for getaway as chaos risk rises
The Guardian

'As prepared as we can be' Airports braced for getaway as chaos risk rises

It's time. The summer holidays are upon us and that sunshine jaunt booked back in January is suddenly imminent.

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July 13, 2024
Tiger defenders The women protecting Sumatra's nature
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Tiger defenders The women protecting Sumatra's nature

'Guess what I found?\" Darma Budi Pinem asks the women who have gathered round to see what he has in his hands.

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July 13, 2024
For richer India laps up $600m mega wedding
The Guardian

For richer India laps up $600m mega wedding

To many in India, it is hard to remember a time when the Ambani wedding wasn't taking place.

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July 13, 2024
Gaffes, quips and whispers Biden tries to mend his image but cracks remain
The Guardian

Gaffes, quips and whispers Biden tries to mend his image but cracks remain

The British politician Roy Jenkins once observed that Tony Blair's challenge in getting Labour elected in 1997 was \"like a man carrying a priceless Ming vase across a highly polished floor\".

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July 13, 2024
Fresh slips prompt new calls for Biden to quit
The Guardian

Fresh slips prompt new calls for Biden to quit

Joe Biden headed for the battleground state of Michigan yesterday to fight both for re-election and for his survival as the Democratic presidential nominee, after an embarrassing slip at the Nato summit fuelled new concerns about his mental acuity.

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July 13, 2024
'A nightmare for climate activists' UN's rapporteur left shocked by Just Stop Oil trial
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'A nightmare for climate activists' UN's rapporteur left shocked by Just Stop Oil trial

A s part of his role as UN special rapporteur for environmental defenders, Michel Forst has viewed proceedings against climate activists at courts across Europe.

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July 13, 2024
A handy guide Should we all be fist bumping like the king?
The Guardian

A handy guide Should we all be fist bumping like the king?

Last weekend the etiquette of an entire nation was flung into confusion when King Charles fist bumped a cricketer.

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July 13, 2024
'She wants to get on with her life' Fiercely private Victoria Starmer is intent on doing things her way
The Guardian

'She wants to get on with her life' Fiercely private Victoria Starmer is intent on doing things her way

Last Saturday morning, less than 24 hours after the Starmers walked along Downing Street and into their new life, Keir Starmer held a rare weekend cabinet meeting before his first press conference as prime minister.

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July 13, 2024
'Come on in, man' Starmer makes successful debut on world stage
The Guardian

'Come on in, man' Starmer makes successful debut on world stage

As Keir Starmer arrived at the Oval Office, Joe Biden was at the door to meet him. \"Come on in, man,\" the US president told him. The invitation was not simply to enter the heart of the White House, but also the major league of world leaders.

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July 13, 2024
We are planning for 2029 election and will fight like 'insurgents' - McSweeney
The Guardian

We are planning for 2029 election and will fight like 'insurgents' - McSweeney

Labour has already begun preparing for a 2029 election campaign, with the No 10 strategist Morgan McSweeney telling associates he wants to build a new coalition of voters and \"fight it like an insurgent\" party.

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July 13, 2024
Stockport expects Three lions in five miles bring surge of pride
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Stockport expects Three lions in five miles bring surge of pride

The nation will be gripped tomorrow when the Three Lions T hope to roar their way to victory in the men's Euros final, and one small area south of Manchester will be rooting for its own trio: Phil Foden, Cole Palmer and Kobbie Mainoo, some of England's brightest young stars, who grew up within a few miles of each other.

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July 13, 2024
Netherlands Leniency has its upsides but it is no magic bullet
The Guardian

Netherlands Leniency has its upsides but it is no magic bullet

Earlier this year, before he became the UK justice minister, James Timpson described how Britain should follow the Dutch example of milder sentencing to help solve the prisons crisis.

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July 13, 2024
Remains of two men found inside cases left on bridge
The Guardian

Remains of two men found inside cases left on bridge

Human remains found in a pair of suitcases near Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol are believed to be those of two men, the Metropolitan police said yesterday.

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July 13, 2024
Tense times for England But could it be magic?
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Tense times for England But could it be magic?

'Stop the boats, Nigel Farage,” sing a group of England fans as they step out of Dortmund station.

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July 13, 2024
'Disgraceful' failures of Tories led to jails crisis
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'Disgraceful' failures of Tories led to jails crisis

Rishi Sunak and his former ministers are \"the guilty men\" who should be held responsible for \"the most disgraceful dereliction of duty\" by failing to address the prisons crisis, the lord chancellor has said.

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July 13, 2024
Relations With The EU Starmer Begins The Reset With Bilateral Talks And Summit
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Relations With The EU Starmer Begins The Reset With Bilateral Talks And Summit

Keir Starmer is to kickstart the resetting of the UK's relationship with the EU in bilateral meetings next week with the prime minister of Ireland and the president of France.

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July 12, 2024
Fears Of New Missile Crisis As Germany Agrees To Host Long-Range US Weapons
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Fears Of New Missile Crisis As Germany Agrees To Host Long-Range US Weapons

A US announcement of a plan to station long-range missiles in Germany for the first time since the cold war has set off a diplomatic furore between Washington and Moscow and elicited comparisons to the European missile crises of the 1980s.

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July 12, 2024
China Nation 'Decisive Enabler' Of Russia's War Against Ukraine
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China Nation 'Decisive Enabler' Of Russia's War Against Ukraine

Nato leaders have labelled China a "decisive enabler" of Russia's war against Ukraine and called its deepening ties with Moscow a cause of "deep concern", in what has been seen as the most serious rebuke against Beijing from the alliance.

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July 12, 2024
Biden Is Mentally Agile, Says Pm After Wide-ranging Private Meeting
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Biden Is Mentally Agile, Says Pm After Wide-ranging Private Meeting

Keir Starmer said Joe Biden was "on good form" and went through serious issues "at pace" during their first bilateral talks at the White House as he was asked about claims the US president could be senile.

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July 12, 2024
Spain prepare for passion and glory as they focus on final
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Spain prepare for passion and glory as they focus on final

Dani Vivian appeared in the room wearing the shirt from the last time Spain played England at the Euros, but when he was asked how the country lived it then and what it might mean for the final now, he shot back \"I can't say, I hadn't even been born\", leaving everyone falling about.

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July 12, 2024
McIlroy shares shock at Bradley's cup captaincy
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McIlroy shares shock at Bradley's cup captaincy

Northern Irishman believes the role is far too difficult to combine with playing

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July 12, 2024
Krejcikova channels Novotna in stunning upset of Rybakina
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Krejcikova channels Novotna in stunning upset of Rybakina

For the first 10 days of this year's tournament, it felt as if the name of Elena Rybakina would be engraved on the women's singles trophy for the second time in three years.

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July 12, 2024
Disinformation network influenced European elections, researchers say
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Disinformation network influenced European elections, researchers say

Coordinated networks of accounts that spread disinformation \"flooded\" social media in France, Germany and Italy before the elections to the European parliament, Dutch researchers have found.

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July 12, 2024
Intruder climbs up to dome of Florence Cathedral for a selfie
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Intruder climbs up to dome of Florence Cathedral for a selfie

A teenager has been reported to police after allegedly sneaking around Florence's Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore overnight and climbing up to its Cupola del Brunelleschi to take a selfie.

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July 12, 2024
Biden administration widens sanctions to target violent Israeli settlers in West Bank
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Biden administration widens sanctions to target violent Israeli settlers in West Bank

The US has stepped up efforts to target violent Israeli settlers, adding new individuals and organisations to a growing sanctions list and warning banks to check transactions linked to all Israeli outposts in the occupied West Bank.

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July 12, 2024
Genome of mammoth rebuilt from chromosomes in frozen skin
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Genome of mammoth rebuilt from chromosomes in frozen skin

Researchers have reconstructed the genetic code of the woolly mammoth in unprecedented detail after discovering fossilised chromosomes in the skin of a 52,000-year-old carcass preserved in the Siberian permafrost.

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July 12, 2024
Inquiry hears of distress over theft of dead man's identity by Met police
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Inquiry hears of distress over theft of dead man's identity by Met police

Two siblings have described their \"unbearable\" distress and pain after discovering that an undercover police officer stole the identity of their brother who had died at the age of 18.

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July 12, 2024
Police hunt man after suitcases of human remains found in Bristol
The Guardian

Police hunt man after suitcases of human remains found in Bristol

Police seeking a man who is believed to have dumped two suitcases containing human remains at the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol have released an image of the suspect.

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July 12, 2024
Wimbledon aims for younger fanbase with esports matches
The Guardian

Wimbledon aims for younger fanbase with esports matches

From Hawkeye to AI, Wimbledon traditionalists have spent 20 years railing against the introduction of computer technology on the hallowed turf.

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July 12, 2024
Teenager guilty of shaking his partner's baby son to death
The Guardian

Teenager guilty of shaking his partner's baby son to death

A teenager who aged 16 shook a fourmonth-old baby to death has been found guilty of murder.

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July 12, 2024

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