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British divers who found young footballers reveal they 'smelt them before they saw or heard them'
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Isner recovered from 0-30 down on six occasions, at 7-7, 9-9, 10-10, 21-21, 22-22 and 23-23, but at 24-24 his resistance finally ended
US officials say strikes against Isis in both Syria and Iraq since 2014 have killed 800 civilians, but monitors put the toll at at least 6,000 people
Sarah Palin and Dick Cheney have already been revealed as featuring in the satirical show
A problem about the whole Brexit debate, which has confused the issue since long before the referendum in 2016, is that discussion is focused on the economic connection between Britain and the EU when it should really be about the political relationship
More than 600 lives lost on hazardous crossing into Europe in past four weeks
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Tom Cruise's latest stunt display is jaw-dropping, but the star is surrounded by a dreary set of supporting characters
Document drawn up after Chequers meeting warns of possibility of talks failing
A survey ranking the nation as the most dangerous in the world for women has disturbed Indian officials
Roots of superstition can be traced back to arrest of Knights Templar in Middle Ages, subsequently burnt at the stake and condemning us all to misfortune for the wrongs done to them
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It’s legal for someone to touch a stripper without her consent but illegal for her to permit such contact? Punishing the victim invalidates any argument the law is designed to protect them
'Brexit is turning a little differently - they seem to be getting involved at least partially with the EU'
Christopher Meyer As the former UK ambassador to the US - we should care what Trump thinks on his visit to London
The plain truth is that the US is our single most important partner and ally and President Trump is its democratically elected leader
It would be very unwise to assume that when there is a change of administration in the US, American policy will become more supportive of Europe. The US, already a larger economy than the EU, will focus on its great strategic struggle against China
Unlike most other countries, New Zealand's parliament appears to have realised that no one's going to get anywhere by pretending to agree with, or make bargains with, Donald Trump
From Second World War allies to nuclear foes, leaders of Washington and the Kremlin have sat down to decide the fate of the world on more than one occasion
Ironically, our ties with Europe need to be at their strongest, not weakest, when the US president visits the UK
Progressive candidates endorsed by the Vermont senator's political group are enjoying shocking election upset victories
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Remainers can love a Spitfire just as much as the most ardent Brexiteer
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Iraq after Isis: In the third part of his latest series, and on the anniversary of losing Mosul, Patrick Cockburn looks at life in the group’s last major stronghold
In the fourth in our series on the lives of ordinary women behind extraordinary stories, this month’s Forgotten Women features Mukeshimana Vestine, who represents the journey of Rwanda since the genocide that nearly reduced it nothing
Aggressive expansion of new original content seems to have paid off
‘They are importing barrels that cost $80 to $90 and selling them at $0’
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The tech giant is doubling down on its efforts to get consumers to view the iPad as a productivity device. And it might also be betting that new iPad Pros will prevent cannibalization from happening.
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Investing is always tough, but it gets tougher when volatility returns. With the markets all over the map, we took some notes from some of the biggest investing legends.
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More restrictions on Facebook's gathering and usage of user data could challenge the tech giant's very business model.
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Going long gold is not a no-brainer move despite the return of stock market uncertainty. Here is what the charts are saying.
TalkTalk's new router is no longer 'super' – so what is it?
The Sonos Beam is smaller, smart – with all the same stunning sound
Thousands of Swedes are inserting themselves with microchips
In Detroit: Become Human, being a person gets personal
How to use Instagram's strange new video app, and why it exists
Google bitcoin ban: Blanket ban on cryptocurrencies is ‘heavy-handed’
Malicious actors on the internet are taking advantage of children's fascination with the game
Fortnite rocket event ends in chaos as players stop killing each other
Games like Fortnite 'use predatory gambling techniques on children'
Malicious, fake versions of Fortnite for Android spread on internet
We unbox the Days of Play special edition PS4
How to play Space Invaders, and why people love to so much
Sites offering illegal live streaming links to the 2018 Fifa World Cup third-place match between England and Belgium could be putting your computer at risk
'Aficionados know he wanted to do it, but no one ever thought it was completed'
Allen never overdramatises the already-dramatic – divorce, children, a stalker, media intrusion – rather she tackles it in an offhand and always bluntly honest manner
From stilettos made of pots and pans to chandeliers of tampons, the Portuguese artist's work has always explored notions of femininity
Struggles and hopes of refugee and migrant women expressed through art
How a new show looks at Michael Jackson's impact on contemporary art
New Banksy artworks take aim at migration crisis in Paris
Capturing the radical spirit of the Disability Arts Movement
Lee Miller's influential force in Surrealist Britain
The quality is a little patchy, but the stories that work linger disconcertingly in a collection that nails the commercialisation of modern life
Anne Tyler: 'I had no intention of becoming a writer'
Stormzy announces #Merky Books imprint with Penguin Random House
How three poisonous books were discovered in a university library
Calypso by David Sedaris, review: Hilarious, moving
Merriam-Webster offers Trump a spelling lesson after Twitter mistake
The 33-year-old forward leaves the Cavaliers to join an iconic franchise that has won 16 NBA titles
Women shot in face by hot dog launcher at ball game
Guardiola loses assistant Torrent to sister club New York City
Golden State Warriors make it back-to-back titles with win over Cavs
NBA champions won't be invited to White House, warns Trump
No fairy tale finish for the Vegas as Washington win the Stanley Cup
France vs Croatia – LIVE: Latest updates from the World Cup final
Deschamps will draw on Euro 2016 defeat to win World Cup final
Why Kante holds the key to stopping Modric and Rakitic for France
Hazard in startling admission that he is considering leaving Chelsea
Blind close to joining Ajax return as United agree £14m deal
See who's winning in the sartorial stakes at this year's tournament
'Good On You' app tells you how ethical fashion brands really are
Net-a-Porter launches childrenswear range with Gucci
The beauty brands revolutionising the way you fake tan
What Melania Trump’s London look says about her role as a first lady
Woman criticises online shops’ limited gender options in viral tweet
It's celebrated on 14 July each year to mark the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille in 1789, so cook up a feast with these classic French recipes