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    Days before Britain's referendum on whether to leave the European Union, former Prime Minister David Cameron made an appeal to German Chancellor Angela Merkel for limits on the free movement of people, the BBC reported on Saturday. Britons voted on June 23 to exit the EU, with the issue of immigration and control of the free movement of people from the bloc a key campaigning issue for the "Leave" camp. As polls indicated immigration concerns were swaying the public towards supporting Brexit, the BBC said Cameron, who quit after the EU result, telephoned Merkel to ask if she was willing to issue a statement with other EU leaders agreeing to make concessions on free movement if Britain voted to stay.

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  • Chris Evans Spotted Urinating And Drinking On The Side Of The Motorway

    Yes, the former Top Gear presenter – who sensationally quit the show earlier this year – was caught in the middle of an awkward situation on the M4 motorway yesterday, as he was seen spending a penny by literally hundreds of passing motorists.

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    The superfan had flown all the way to Canada from Nigeria to watch Adele sing – but got plenty more than he bargained for.

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    If this new picture is anything to go by, it looks like Coronation Street is going to be having one of its more interesting and dramatic summers yet. The photo hints at three pivotal upcoming storylines with seven of Weatherfield's most loved characters, from surprise pregnancies to trying to get revenge. Taking centre stage, David, played by Jack P. Shepherd, sits holding a wilted rose surrounded by petals, hinting at the reaction to the shocking death of his wife, Kylie.

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  • Say what you will about the F-35, but America's most expensive war machine has a gorgeous helmet

    According to Lockheed Martin, every F-35 pilot wears the Generation III helmet for each training exercise and operational mission. Pilots can also read their airspeed, altitude, targeting information, and threat warnings on the helmet's visor, giving them "unprecedented situational awareness," according to Lockheed Martin. What's more, the helmet also gives pilots night vision via an integrated camera.

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  • Trump Told To Stop Using British Stars' Songs

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  • Munich gunman fixated on mass killing, had no Islamist ties

    By Joern Poltz and Karin Strohecker MUNICH (Reuters) - A German-Iranian teenager who shot dead nine people in Munich was a deranged lone gunman obsessed with mass killings who drew no inspiration from Islamist militancy, police said on Saturday. Seven of his victims were themselves teenagers, who police said he may have lured to their deaths via a hacked Facebook account on what was the fifth anniversary of twin attacks by Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik that killed 77 people. The Munich shooting, in which a further 27 people were wounded, some seriously, was the third act of violence against civilians in Western Europe - and the second in southern Germany - in eight days.

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    Loads of female A-level students have received sanitary products in the post… courtesy of Ucas.

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  • MH370 pilot flew similar doomed route on home simulator: report

    The pilot who flew missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which is believed to have gone off route and crashed in the Indian Ocean, conducted a simulation of a similar path just weeks prior, New York magazine reported.

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    China has completed production of the world's largest amphibious aircraft after seven years of work, which it plans to use to perform marine rescue missions and fight forest fires, the Xinhua news agency reported. The AG600, which is about the size of a Boeing 737 and was developed by state aircraft maker Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC), rolled off a production line in the southern city of Zhuhai on Saturday, Xinhua said quoting the firm. AVIC deputy general manager, Geng Rugang, said the plane was "the latest breakthrough in China's aviation industry." A plan for the development and production of the AG600 received government approval in 2009.

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    Bobby Brown is a father again! The singer welcomes a new baby girl with Alicia Etheridge.

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  • Gunman Shouted 'I Am German' To Witness

    The gunman involved in the deadly attack on a Munich shopping centre told bystanders: "I am German".

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  • Labour challenger Owen Smith changed part of his CV after questions from the media

    Owen Smith has changed an item on his CV after questions were raised about it. The Guardian reports that the Labour leadership challenger had listed one of his former jobs on his website as "a director and member of the UK and Ireland board of Amgen," an American pharmaceutical company. Smith's camp countered that the term "board" was used as a "shorthand" term that reflected his seniority — but nonetheless have subsequently changed the CV on his website.

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  • Kmart workers believe all the stores are going to be imminently shut down

    Kmart employees believe the company is nearing bankruptcy and is in the process of shutting down all its stores. Store-level employees who spoke to Business Insider said many of the remaining 941 Kmart stores now appear to be in the midst of liquidation. The phases have also triggered stock-room purges, meaning all merchandise in the stock rooms must be moved to the sales floor.

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  • Dover Chaos: Disruption Could Last Until Monday

    Travellers are facing days of misery after police warned disruption on the roads to Dover could last until Monday. People travelling across the Channel are currently being warned to expect delays of up to 14 hours after security checks were stepped up at the request of French authorities. Many were stuck overnight and others have been stranded for hours in tailbacks as they made their way to the Channel at the start of the summer holidays.

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  • A 'Game of Thrones' actor showed up to Comic-Con looking completely unrecognizable

    When members of the "Game of Thrones" cast arrived to Comic-Con Friday, fans may have had to do a quick double take at one of the actors. 

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  • Doomed EgyptAir flight broke up midair after fire: report

    An EgyptAir flight that crashed into the Mediterranean in May likely broke up in midair after a fire erupted in or near the cockpit, the New York Times reported.

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  • Zimbabwe threatens 'traitorous' war veterans after Mugabe attack

    By MacDonald Dzirutwe HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's government denounced leading independence war veterans as traitors on Saturday for an unprecedented attack on ageing President Robert Mugabe and vowed to identify its unnamed authors and put them on trial. Mugabe abruptly cancelled a hastily arranged news conference on Friday evening meant to respond to the veterans. War veterans have accused her of having too much influence over her 92-year-old husband.

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  • Two British pupils seriously injured after coach crashes in France

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  • Thousands Of Jobs To Go As BHS Name Vanishes

    Sky News has learnt Duff & Phelps is expected to announce on Monday the remaining 114 BHS shops will cease trading within four weeks, although many will close their doors for the last time before that date. The timing of the store closure announcement will be excruciating for Sir Philip Green, whose decision to sell BHS for £1 last year will be severely criticised by MPs in a coruscating report to be published on the same day. It (Other OTC: ITGL - news) emerged on Friday the Cabinet Office is reviewing Sir Philip's knighthood , which could be stripped from him by Her Majesty The Queen if the move is recommended by the forfeiture committee.

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  • 'Boom, Boom, Boom - He's Killing The Children'

    People caught up in the deadly attack on a Munich shopping centre have described hiding in shops, hotels, police stations and railway stations. Maximilian Bielefeld told Sky News he was in a restaurant with his girlfriend when "suddenly everyone started to run". "First of all we were hiding under a police car and some policemen came by and told us to come with them and brought us to a police station nearby.

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  • Swimmer Dies After Getting Caught In Rip Tide

    A 54-year-old swimmer has died and another is in hospital after four people got into difficulties after getting caught in a rip tide off a Norfolk beach. Emergency services were called to the water's edge at Sea Palling, 15 miles northwest of Great Yarmouth, after the alarm was raised shortly before 11.45am on Saturday. The emergency services treated two patients who were both in cardiac arrest.

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  • Islamic State shuns withdrawal offer in surrounded Syrian city

    Islamic State shunned an offer for its fighters to withdraw safely from the Syrian city of Manbij and clashes with U.S.-backed forces still raged after its expiry, a spokesman for Washington-backed forces said on Saturday. The Syria Democratic Forces alliance, made up of Arab and Kurdish fighters and backed by the United States, made rapid advances against the jihadists last month after launching a campaign to flush them out of territory along the Turkish border, through which they had for years moved weapons and fighters. The SDF quickly surrounded Manbij, but the fight to take the city has been tougher, with slow advances inside it in recent weeks.

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