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    Eurasian lynx cubs born at Newquay Zoo

    These are the two adorable newest additions to an animal wildlife park - two tiny, fluffy Eurasian lynx cubs. The twin cubs were born last month, on May 21, after their mother Kicsi did not appear at feeding time. The kittens are doing well and have been spotted by zoo staff playing with each other and

  • McDonnell strongly opposes Heathrow expansion
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    McDonnell strongly opposes Heathrow expansion

    Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell MP says he opposes Heathrow's expansion plan as 4,000 homes would be demolished and up to 10,000 people would need to move to make way for the proposed third runway.

  • Stars pay tribute to killed rapper at BET Awards
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    Stars pay tribute to killed rapper at BET Awards

    Jamie Foxx and Meek Mill are among the stars who paid tribute to rapper XXXTentacion at the Black Excellence Televised Awards (BETs), with Fox encouraging entertainers to sneak a message into their work criticising violence.Separately, Anita Baker is emotional as she receives the lifetime achievement

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    Dad shot dead next to daughters on camping trip

    Police say a scientist was shot dead on Friday in front of his two young daughters while on a camping trip in Calabasas, California. Linda So reports.

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    Wearable gill among futuristic displays at RCA design show

    Smart sportswear, a futuristic underwater gill, and an effortless beekeeping prototype were among the items on display at London's eagerly awaited annual Royal College of Art (RCA) Graduate Exhibition Show. Jim Drury reports.

  • Grayling: 'I don't know where Boris Johnson is'
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    Grayling: 'I don't know where Boris Johnson is'

    Transport Secretary Chris Grayling defends his collegaue Boris Johnson, who is expected to miss a vote on Heathrow expansion.

  • Trump: Deport illegals without due process
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    Trump: Deport illegals without due process

    U.S. President Donald Trump said that people who enter the United States illegally should be sent back immediately to where they came from without any judicial process.

  • German business morale hits lowest in more than a year
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    German business morale hits lowest in more than a year

    German business confidence ebbed in June to its lowest in more than a year, suggesting the mood among company executives in Europe's biggest economy is darkening as the world edges towards a full-blown trade war. Sonia Legg reports

  • Jeremy Corbyn: We need a publicly owned rail network
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    Jeremy Corbyn: We need a publicly owned rail network

    Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn insists train companies need to be put under public ownership as the East Coast mainline comes back under public control. As Labour launched a 'Rail Mayhem' campaign day, rail workers' unions have staged protests in support of re-nationalising the East Coast

  • Prince William recreates Duchess of Cambridge's childhood snap in Jordan
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    Prince William recreates Duchess of Cambridge's childhood snap in Jordan

    The Duke of Cambridge followed in the footsteps of his wife by visiting the ruins of a Roman settlement in Jordan, where Kate was photographed with her father and sister while they were living in the country in the 1980s.

  • Raging California wildfires force evacuations
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    Raging California wildfires force evacuations

    Erratic winds and high temperatures are fueling several wildfires in Northern California forcing thousands of evacuations. Linda So reports.

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    Audiobooks are more engaging than films and TV

    Listening to audiobooks of blockbuster films or novels has a greater emotional impact than the written or film version, according to a study. Gripping scenes from eight top films and books were tested on subjects, including A Game Of Thrones, The Girl On The Train, Pride And Prejudice and The Silence

  • Kim Jones presents first collection for Dior Homme in Paris
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    Kim Jones presents first collection for Dior Homme in Paris

    Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss and Lenny Kravitz are among guests attending Jones' first Dior menswear show in Paris. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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    Toe Wrestling Championship kicks off

    Alan 'Nast' Nash wins his 15th World Toe Wrestling trophy at the traditional annual event in Derbyshire.

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    Resident dolphins leaping into the air in UK

    This incredible footage shows the only pod of bottlenose dolphins resident to the UK jumping out of the sea. The footage was captured by Marine Discovery Penzance, who were taking a group of tourists on a wildlife tour near Land's End, Cornwall, on Sunday afternoon.. When they were just off the

  • Grayling: Bigger Heathrow vital for 'post-Brexit prosperity'
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    Grayling: Bigger Heathrow vital for 'post-Brexit prosperity'

    Transport Secretary Chris Grayling MP says Heathrow expansion is vital for Britain's post-Brexit prosperity and that it is time to end more than fifty years of avoiding the decision.

  • Erdogan's re-elected as president of Turkey
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    Erdogan's re-elected as president of Turkey

    Recep Tayyip Erdogan has defeated strong opposition to be re-elected as president of Turkey.

  • Egyptian artist creates striking portraits by burning wood
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    Egyptian artist creates striking portraits by burning wood

    Egyptian artist, Mai Ali Nada, uses a wood burning pen to turn a blank wooden canvas into intricate sketches.

  • Oil drops after OPEC output deal, but markets to stay tight
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    Oil drops after OPEC output deal, but markets to stay tight

    Brent crude oil fell 1 percent on Monday as investors prepared for an extra 1 million barrels per day (bpd) in output to hit the markets after OPEC and its partners agreed to raise production. As Kate King reports Despite the increase, which is intended to stop the gap between global supply and demand

  • Britain's Prince William visits Jordan's Jerash site
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    Britain's Prince William visits Jordan's Jerash site

    British royal Prince William visits the archaeological site of Jerash with Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein as part of a five day tour of the Middle East. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

  • Drone Footage Shows Extent of Sioux County Oil Spill
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    Drone Footage Shows Extent of Sioux County Oil Spill

    An estimated 230,000 gallons of crude oil spilled into the floodwaters of the Rock River in Iowa after a freight train carrying the oil derailed on June 22. The company that owned the train, BNSF Railway Co, said that 14 out of the 32 tankers leaked into the surrounding water. Crews were working to clean

  • Corbyn: Free vote for Labour MPs on Heathrow expansion
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    Corbyn: Free vote for Labour MPs on Heathrow expansion

    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he will vote down the plan to build a third runway at Heathrow Airport, but that the party's MPs will be given a free vote on the matter.

  • Global stocks sink as trade spat deepens
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    Global stocks sink as trade spat deepens

    The latest episode in a trade dispute between the United States and other major economies sent European shares further into a funk on Monday with benchmarks down 0.8 to 1.2 percent and autos, basic resources and tech stocks the worst hurt. Ciara Lee reports

  • Britain to bake in year’s hottest temperature as heatwave hits
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    Britain to bake in year’s hottest temperature as heatwave hits

    The mercury is expected to rise above 30C this week - meaning Britain could bake in its hottest temperatures so far this year.The highest temperature recorded in the UK so far this year is 29.1 Celsius at St James Park, central London, on April 19.