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Search for Glee actress expands to nearby cabins

Search for Glee actress expands to nearby cabins

The search to find “Glee” TV show star Naya Rivera in a Southern California lake resumed on Sunday and will now include boats and expand to nearby cabins. Officials believe Rivera, 33, drowned in Lake Piru, northwest of Los Angeles.
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UK and France agree to make intelligence cell to tackle migrant crossings

UK and France agree to make intelligence cell to tackle migrant crossings

Home Secretary Priti Patel and her French counterpart have signed an agreement on intelligence sharing in an effort to tackle migrant crossings.
Press Association
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Londoners on whether face coverings should be compulsory

Londoners on whether face coverings should be compulsory

Londoners on whether face coverings should be compulsory
ITN
Brexit: UK to spend €790m on new GB-EU border control systems ready for 2021

Brexit: UK to spend €790m on new GB-EU border control systems ready for 2021

The UK government plans border posts, new technology and extra staff to cope with checks needed at entry points when the post-Brexit transition period ends.
Euronews
Poland votes: Poles head to the ballot box in knife-edge presidential election runoff

Poland votes: Poles head to the ballot box in knife-edge presidential election runoff

Polls suggest it is too close to call who will win the second round of Poland's presidential election, which may be decided on a small margin of votes.
Euronews
Top 20 Celebs Who Destroyed Their Careers With One Post

Top 20 Celebs Who Destroyed Their Careers With One Post

These famous people need a lesson in public relations. For this list, we’ll be looking at various celebrities who tanked their careers with a particularly offensive or controversial social media post or video.
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Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll at 44,819

Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll at 44,819

The Department of Health and Social Care said 44,819 people had died in hospitals, care homes and the wider community after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Saturday.
Press Association
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Top 10 Cringiest Twilight Moments

Top 10 Cringiest Twilight Moments

We apologize in advance to Twilighters, Twihards, and Twi-Moms for having to point out the cringiest "Twilight" moments. For this list, we’ll be looking at the most cringe-worthy, problematic, and downright ridiculous moments from the “Twilight” m...
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Polish democracy has 'matured' says president on election day

Polish democracy has 'matured' says president on election day

Polish president Andrzej Duda says Poland's democracy is becoming 'increasingly mature' and that in terms of governing the country, during his tenure the country has begun taking matters into its 'own hands' .
AFP
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Pope 'pained' by Turkey's Hagia Sophia decision

Pope 'pained' by Turkey's Hagia Sophia decision

Pope Francis said on Sunday he was hurt by Turkey's decision to make Istanbul's Hagia Sophia museum a mosque, the latest religious leader to condemn the move.
Reuters
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COVID-19: Mongolia's traditional Naadam festival goes online due to coronavirus fears

COVID-19: Mongolia's traditional Naadam festival goes online due to coronavirus fears

Mongolia's Naadam sporting festival goes ahead behind closed doors but a select audience, including politicians, caused some resentment on the streets
Euronews
Khloe Kardashian in a 'really good space' with ex-partner Tristan Thompson

Khloe Kardashian in a 'really good space' with ex-partner Tristan Thompson

Khloe Kardashian is in a "really good space" with ex Tristan Thompson.
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Malian imam and opposition movement leader Dicko leads funeral prayers for clash victims

Malian imam and opposition movement leader Dicko leads funeral prayers for clash victims

Influential Malian imam and protest leader Mahmoud Dicko leads prayers at his mosque for the civilian victims killed in clashes amid escalating demonstrations demanding President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita's resignation.
AFP
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What businesses will open from July 13?

What businesses will open from July 13?

From July 13, more businesses in the UK will be allowed to reopen for the first time since the lockdown.
Press Association
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Poles vote in knife-edge presidential election

Poles vote in knife-edge presidential election

Incumbent president Andrezj Duda is facing off against liberal Warsaw mayor Rafal Trzaskowski in a presidential election that could determine Poland's future relationship with the European Union.
Reuters
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Simon Cowell planning to buy a house in Barbados

Simon Cowell planning to buy a house in Barbados

Music mogul Simon Cowell is planning to buy a house in Barbados, a source has claimed.
Bang Media
PM Castex visits medicalised aircraft in French Guiana amid health crisis

PM Castex visits medicalised aircraft in French Guiana amid health crisis

On his arrival in French Guiana, at the Matoury air base, French Prime Minister Jean Castex visits a medicalised A400M aircraft that is helping to fight the coronavirus epidemic, which is still very active in the French Overseas Territory.
AFP
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Up for grabs: Tokyo art exhibit invites theft

Up for grabs: Tokyo art exhibit invites theft

The Tokyo art exhibit opened to enthusiastic visitors, but many of those circulating weren't just there to soak in some culture -- they were casing the joint for a midnight raid. Hours after the gallery closed for the night, a crowd had gathered r...
AFP
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UN limits aid to Syria's rebel area after Russia opposes dual routes

UN limits aid to Syria's rebel area after Russia opposes dual routes

Opposition from Russia forced the UN Security Council to limit humanitarian deliveries to Syria's mostly rebel-held northwest from only one crossing point.
Euronews
Mali clash victims' bodies brought to opposition leader's mosque

Mali clash victims' bodies brought to opposition leader's mosque

The bodies of the civilians killed in clashes in Mali's capital Bamako are brought to the mosque of influential imam and opposition coalition leader Mahmoud Dicko for funeral prayers. Mali is experiencing the worst civil unrest in years as demonst...
AFP
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COVID-19 travel: Huge traffic jams to enter Croatia despite record number of new infections

COVID-19 travel: Huge traffic jams to enter Croatia despite record number of new infections

Queues of traffic trying to get across the border into Croatia dispelled any doubts that holidaymakers on the continent are not being perturbed by coronavirus fears.
Euronews
Kelly Osbourne is surprised that she's still alive

Kelly Osbourne is surprised that she's still alive

According to Kelly Osbourne, she came close to death while living on a cocktail of drugs.
Bang Media
British minister Patel meets with French counterpart Darmanin in Calais

British minister Patel meets with French counterpart Darmanin in Calais

British Home Secretary Priti Patel travels to Calais to meet her French counterpart Gérald Darmanin for talks.
AFP
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Serbia: Fifth night of anti-Vučić protests in Belgrade but no trouble reported

Serbia: Fifth night of anti-Vučić protests in Belgrade but no trouble reported

The protests first started when Serbia's populist president announced a strict curfew for this weekend to curb a surge in new coronavirus cases.
Euronews
Top 10 TV Shows That Will Last Forever

Top 10 TV Shows That Will Last Forever

These TV shows that will last forever don't known the meaning of "series finale." For this list, we’ll be looking at various long-running television shows that seemingly have no end in sight.
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WATCH | Hundreds flock to see the snow in Matroosberg over the weekend, many for the first time

WATCH | Hundreds flock to see the snow in Matroosberg over the weekend, many for the first time

An intense cold front turned parts of the Western Cape highlands into a winter wonderland thanks to widespread snow on the weekend. Hundreds of people waited in long queues to play in the snow in the Matroosberg Nature Reserve on Saturday.
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Victoria Beckham could 'not be happier' for son Brooklyn Beckham after he announced his engagement

Victoria Beckham could 'not be happier' for son Brooklyn Beckham after he announced his engagement

Victoria Beckham could "not be happier" for her son Brooklyn Beckham after he announced his engagement to actress Nicola Peltz.
Bang Media
Bollywood's Bachchan tests positive for COVID-19

Bollywood's Bachchan tests positive for COVID-19

India's most famous actor, Amitabh Bachchan, and his son Abhishek have tested positive for the new coronavirus.
Reuters
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Donald Trump wears mask in public for first time during COVID-19 pandemic

Donald Trump wears mask in public for first time during COVID-19 pandemic

The US President had previously sent mixed signals about wearing masks, recommended by health officials as a precaution against spreading the coronavirus.
Euronews
Poland: Opposition candidate Rafal Trzaskowski votes in Rybnik

Poland: Opposition candidate Rafal Trzaskowski votes in Rybnik

Warsaw mayor and opposition candidate Rafal Trzaskowski votes in Rybnik. The liberal faces incumbent Andrzej Duda in a knife-edge presidential election.
AFP
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Sex workers demand Germany's brothels reopen

Sex workers demand Germany's brothels reopen

Prostitutes demonstrated in Hamburg's red light district, demanding that Germany's brothels be allowed to reopen after months of shutdown.
Reuters
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Eva Longoria and Victoria Beckham's boozy Zoom chats in lockdown

Eva Longoria and Victoria Beckham's boozy Zoom chats in lockdown

Eva Longoria has revealed she and best friend Victoria Beckham have been having boozy catch ups on Zoom.
Bang Media
Michael Gove announces £705m package for Britain-EU border

Michael Gove announces £705m package for Britain-EU border

Michael Gove announces £705m package for Britain-EU border
ITN
French ministers Darmanin and Schiappa in Calais for meeting with UK minister Patel

French ministers Darmanin and Schiappa in Calais for meeting with UK minister Patel

France's Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin and the Minister Delegate for Citizenship, Marlène Schiappa, arrive in Calais for a trip on the issue of migrants, during which the Minister is to meet his British counterpart, Priti Patel.
AFP
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Michael Gove says face masks should not be mandatory in shops

Michael Gove says face masks should not be mandatory in shops

Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove tells Andrew Marr face masks should not be mandatory in shops and he 'trusts people's good sense' to choose to wear one.
Press Association
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Elisabeth Moss is good at 'fighting back'

Elisabeth Moss is good at 'fighting back'

Elisabeth Moss credits her parents with giving her the self-confidence to speak out with things she is against.
Bang Media
'Decolonised' library showcases Black and African literature in Ghana

'Decolonised' library showcases Black and African literature in Ghana

Sylvia Arthur, a Ghanaian of British origin, gives a tour of her "decolonised library" that she founded in Accra to honour African and Black literature. With this initiative, she hopes that Ghanaians and Africans will find pride in their literary ...
AFP
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Baby wombat Ted the latest recruit at police station in Australia

Baby wombat Ted the latest recruit at police station in Australia

There's a new furry recruit patrolling Queanbeyan Police Station in Australia, after one of its officers took in orphaned baby wombat Ted. Monaro Police District's Senior Constable Tori Murray took in the eight-month-old bare-nosed wombat after h...
Press Association
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Louis Tomlinson splits from Simon Cowell's Syco label

Louis Tomlinson splits from Simon Cowell's Syco label

Pop star Louis Tomlinson has announced he's split from Simon Cowell's label Syco.
Bang Media
Residents of Polish capital vote in presidential election

Residents of Polish capital vote in presidential election

Residents in the Polish capital Krakow vote in the final round of the presidential election as incumbent Andrzej Duda faces off against Rafal Trzaskowski.
AFP
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Brexit briefing: 172 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 172 days until the end of the transition period

The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.
Press Association
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Twelfth of July: Crowds gather as bonfires lit

Twelfth of July: Crowds gather as bonfires lit

Bonfires have been lit in loyalist areas across Northern Ireland as the annual July tradition took place amid coronavirus restrictions. While there were fewer fires than usual, significant crowds did gather at several of the bonfires that went ah...
Press Association
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Poland votes in tight presidential election

Poland votes in tight presidential election

Poles begin voting in a knife-edge presidential election between a populist incumbent closely allied with US President Donald Trump and a europhile liberal who wants to restore ties with Brussels.
AFP
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Trump publicly dons mask for first time

Trump publicly dons mask for first time

[NFA] President Donald Trump, who has avoided wearing a mask in public even as the coronavirus pandemic spread, donned one Saturday at a military medical facility outside Washington.
Reuters
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Top 10 Creepiest Things Found in the Backgrounds of Movie Scenes

Top 10 Creepiest Things Found in the Backgrounds of Movie Scenes

Did anybody else see that? For this list, we’ll be looking at various creepy things that can be found in the background of various movies, particularly thrillers or horror films.
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Democrats blast Trump for Stone commutation

Democrats blast Trump for Stone commutation

[NFA] Democrats condemned Trump's decision to commute Roger Stone's prison sentence as an assault on the rule of law.
Reuters
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Pep Guardiola 'a lot' confident Manchester City will win UEFA appeal

Pep Guardiola 'a lot' confident Manchester City will win UEFA appeal

Pep Guardiola says he is "a lot" confident that Manchester City will win its UEFA appeal on Monday and again compete in Europe. Raheem Sterling's superb treble and goals from Gabriel Jesus and Bernardo Silva earned City a 5-0 success at the Amex ...
Press Association
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Rally held for B.C. nursing student, calls for end to police violence

Rally held for B.C. nursing student, calls for end to police violence

Dozens gathered as part of a rally in downtown Vancouver on Saturday, calling for an end to police violence. The rally was held in support of B.C. nursing student Mona Wang, who has launched a lawsuit over her treatment during a mental health chec...
Canadian Press
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