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    Boris Johnson denies Brexit wars and aid cuts ruined G7 Summit, as gathering branded ‘colossal failure’

    A defensive Boris Johnson faced accusations that Brexit wars and his huge overseas aid cuts fatally undermined the G7 summit, as the gathering was attacked as “a…
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    As 8 billion passwords leak online here are three things you must do right now

    Last week it was revealed that a staggering amount of passwords have been exposed in a massive data leak. A text file,…
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    England kick off Euro 2020 with win as Gareth Southgate gets key calls right

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    Egg-cellent: Archaeologists unearth intact 1,000-year-old egg – and crack it by accident

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    Israeli coalition ousts Netanyahu as prime minister after 12 years

    Israel’s longest-serving leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, has been ousted from office by a loose coalition of rivals from across the political spectrum,…
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    Israeli parliament to vote on anti-Netanyahu government on Sunday

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    Trade war threats will not wash with voters, Frost tells EU as row deepens

    The row between the UK and the EU over checks on sausages and other chilled foods sent from Britain to Northern…
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    The lark advantage: why naturally early risers are happier than night owls

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    Europeans’ confidence in EU hit by coronavirus response

    Confidence in the EU’s ability to handle crises has taken a hit from Covid-19, a major survey shows, but dissatisfaction…
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    ‘On a rampage’: the African women fighting to end FGM

    t was when the phone started ringing with calls from worried mothers in Somalia that Ifrah Ahmed knew she was making an…
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    Anger in Zimbabwe at Nehanda statue amid collapsing economy

    The Zimbabwean government unveiled a statue of the liberation heroine and anti-colonialism figurehead Mbuya Nehanda in the capital, Harare, on…
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    Councils in Covid hotspots criticise advice to ‘minimise’ travel

    Ministers are facing fresh opposition from local authorities over updated travel advice urging people to minimise travel to areas with…
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