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    Americans more aware of their role in stopping mass shootings | US News

    It has been less than three weeks since twin mass shootings claimed 31 lives in the US. In that time, at least 29 people have been...

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    Amazon wildfires: Brazil’s president accuses world leaders of ‘interfering’ | World News

    Brazil’s president has accused other countries of interfering as they express fears for the burning Amazon rainforest. The number of forest fires in Brazil – more...

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    Boy bitten on the head by mountain lion outside his home | US News

    A boy has been bitten on the head by a mountain lion in Colorado – the third such attack in the state this year. The eight-year-old...

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    YouTube blocks ‘Chinese influence operation’ related to Hong Kong protests | Science & Tech News

    YouTube has disabled 210 channels appearing to engage in a coordinated influence operation around the Hong Kong protests, days after similar campaigns on Twitter and Facebook...

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    Amazon wildfires: President Jair Bolsonaro says Brazil has just 40 men to fight widespread ‘chaos’ | World News

    By Ajay Nair, news reporter Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has said his government lacks the resources to fight wildfires devastating the Amazon rainforest. Speaking to reporters...

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    Tatra mountains: Five dead after lightning strike in Poland and Slovakia | World News

    By David Chipakupaku, news reporter Five people, including two children, have been killed after lightning strikes in the Tatra mountains in Poland and neighbouring Slovakia. Another...

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    Ashes 2019: Archer takes six as England skittle Australia at Headingley | UK News

    By David Currie at Headingley, Sky Sports Jofra Archer claimed a maiden Test five-for as a late flurry of wickets saw England bowl Australia out for...

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    Syria opens ‘humanitarian corridor’ for civilians to flee last rebel stronghold | World News

    A “humanitarian corridor” has been opened in Syria so civilians from one of the last remaining rebel-held regions can leave and enter government-held territory, authorities have...

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    Barcelona hit by 30% rise in ‘violent and intimidating robberies’ | World News

    The number of violent and intimidating robberies in the Spanish tourist city of Barcelona has increased by 30% since the beginning of the year, police say....

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    French zoo visitors scratch names into rhino’s back | World News

    Two zoo visitors have sparked outrage for scratching their names on to a rhino in France. The 35-year-old animal was pictured with the words Camille and...