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Man gored on first day of Pamplona bull run

A man has been gored and four others have been injured on the first day of the running of the bulls in Pamplona.
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Posted 2018/07/07 18:31:00

King who renamed his country facing legal fight

An African king who changed the name of his country without warning or consultation is facing a legal challenge.
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Posted 2018/07/07 17:12:00

England to face Croatia in World Cup semi-finals

England's opponents in Wednesday's semi-final have been confirmed after Croatia beat Russia in a penalty shootout.
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Posted 2018/07/07 14:59:00

Elon Musk ramps up efforts to help boys trapped in cave

Tesla and SpaceX boss Elon Musk has said there has been "some good feedback" from experts helping to rescue the football team trapped in a Thai cave.
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Posted 2018/07/07 08:28:00

Spider-Man co-creator Steve Ditko dies aged 90

Steve Ditko, who co-created the Spider-Man and Doctor Strange characters for Marvel Comics, has died at his home in New York aged 90.
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Posted 2018/07/07 03:33:00

Beckham and Ibrahimovic enter bizarre World Cup bet

David Beckham has entered into a bizarre bet with Zlatan Ibrahimovic ahead of England's World Cup quarter-final clash with Sweden.
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Posted 2018/07/06 20:46:00

Belgium dump favourites Brazil out of World Cup

Belgium survived a late scare to dump World Cup favourites Brazil out of the tournament and set up a semi-final clash with France.
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Posted 2018/07/06 19:29:00

No nerve agents detected after deadly Syria strikes

Weapons inspectors have found no evidence that nerve agents were used in the deadly bombardment of a Syrian rebel holdout that prompted retaliatory airstrikes from Britain, France and the US.
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Posted 2018/07/06 17:18:00

Chemical attack confirmed on Douma, but no sarin

Weapons inspectors have concluded there was a chemical attack on a Syrian rebel holdout that triggered retaliatory airstrikes from Britain, France and the US.
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Posted 2018/07/06 17:18:00

Revealed: Trump to avoid protests during UK visit

Donald Trump will be kept out of the firing line of protesters during his highly-anticipated trip to the UK next week.
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Posted 2018/07/06 14:01:00

Three adventurer YouTubers die in waterfall plunge

Three young travel vloggers - who posted videos of their adventures around the world - have died after falling over a waterfall in Canada.
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Posted 2018/07/06 13:08:00

Sombre mood after diver dies on cave rescue mission

The death of a Thai navy seal diver has changed the atmosphere here.
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Posted 2018/07/06 12:37:00

Elon Musk sends engineers to help cave rescue

Tesla and SpaceX boss Elon Musk is sending engineers to Thailand to help rescue 12 boys and their football coach from a flooded cave.
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Posted 2018/07/06 10:28:00

Beijing gears up for long, bitter trade war with US

If you're Chinese, it's obvious: US tariffs are "typical trade bullying", according to the Ministry of Commerce here in Beijing.
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Posted 2018/07/06 06:10:00

Web giants (and memes) saved from copyright law

Web giants are breathing a sigh of relief following a vote against overhauling the EU's copyright law by MEPs.
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Posted 2018/07/05 15:54:00

Rhino poachers eaten by lions in South Africa

At least three suspected poachers have been mauled to death and eaten by lions after breaking into a wildlife reserve in South Africa.
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Posted 2018/07/05 15:07:00

Historical heat records broken across globe

From the Middle East to Russia, and Ireland to the US, temperature records the world over have been toppled during a week of unprecedented heatwaves that some will take as evidence of global warming.
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Posted 2018/07/05 14:42:00

49 tourists missing after boat capsizes in Thailand

Forty-nine people are missing after a tourist boat capsized off the popular island resort of Phuket in Thailand, according to officials.
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Posted 2018/07/05 13:21:00

Have moths won their 60-million-year war with bats?

For 60 million years, bats and moths have been at war, competing against one another in nocturnal duels.
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Posted 2018/07/05 13:19:00

Slavery musical with largely white cast cancelled

A musical about slavery featuring a largely white cast has been pulled from a festival after accusations of cultural appropriation.
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Posted 2018/07/05 09:37:00