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Leeds City Council has said it is conducting an "urgent review" of a "family matter" that sparked rioting in the Harehills area.
Labour's Emily Thornberry, who was snubbed for a cabinet role by Sir Keir Starmer, is running to be chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee, she has told Sky's Electoral Dysfunction podcast.
Two large oil tankers have collided and caught fire off Singapore's coast, the UN's shipping agency has said.
Two men who filmed their rape of a drugged and defenceless young father are facing life sentences for his murder.
The honeymoon is over. The global IT outage is Sir Keir Starmer's first crisis.
Friday has been the hottest day of the year in the UK so far, with a temperature of 31.9C recorded at St James's Park, central London.
Israel's settlement policy in occupied Palestinian territories is in breach of international law, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ruled.
It's possible we are looking at the largest IT outage in history.
American journalist Evan Gershkovich has been jailed for 16 years after being convicted of espionage in a trial widely seen as politically motivated.


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