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A mob attacks travellers at a Hong Kong train station, injuring 36, after another weekend of protests.
Volodymyr Zelensky hopes to have a greater mandate for reform and sweep away the old guard of MPs.
Philip Hammond says the UK did not "take its eye off the ball" amid escalating tensions in the Gulf.
Hundreds of firefighters spend the day battling wildfires in a forested, mountainous region.
Cyril Ramaphosa seeks a judicial review of a report that accuses him of misleading parliament.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez criticises President Trump's leadership at an event in New York.
Ireland's Shane Lowry claims a first major championship win of his career with a dominant six-shot victory at The Open at Royal Portrush.
Marvel studios announces a bumper crop of new productions, causing a collective meltdown at Comic Con.
Philip Hammond tells the BBC he plans to resign when Theresa May leaves office next week.
SOS Mditerrane restarts work off Libya with a new vessel, after the last one was forced to stop.
But British Airways says flights from Heathrow to the Egyptian capital remain cancelled.
Temperatures in some US cities are dangerously high, with the East Coast particularly hard-hit.

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The boss of the new high-speed rail link has reportedly warned the project will exceed its 56bn budget.
A second tanker is now back on its way after it was boarded by armed guards in the Strait of Hormuz.
In his first interview, YouTube's UK managing director defends the platform's algorithms.
The charge will wipe out profits, but Boeing says it hopes the aircraft will resume flying this year.
Retailers and hotels are among the firms seeing business hit by ongoing protests in Hong Kong.
Philip Hammond tells the BBC he plans to resign when Theresa May leaves office next week.
The sport's governing body in New Zealand said the tickets had been re-sold on the secondary market.
Commuters have been "let down by a programme that is well behind schedule", a committee of MPs says.
A European lobby group says the range of electric car models available to consumers is getting better.
The Office for Budget Responsibility says borrowing could surge if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
A plan to ban section 21 notices - sometimes called revenge evictions - will backfire, say landlords.
Passengers reportedly paid 100 times more than they should have after Uber's payments system goes awry.

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