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Labour suspends councillor Jim Sheridan after anti-Semitism rant
The Labour Party has suspended councillor and former MP Jim Sheridan after an outburst on Facebook over the anti-Semitism row.
Genoa bridge collapse: 'Buried daughter stroked my hand so I knew she was alive'
In an Italian chapel this lunchtime, four friends were remembered together; mourned together.
Aretha Franklin's bass player: She was a great person
Aretha Franklin's bass player has described her as a generous and kind person who was an "icon" in her hometown of Detroit.
Genoa bridge collapse: Victims' families blame former government at state funeral
Members of Italy's former government were jeered by the families of victims of the Genoa bridge collapse as four more bodies were found on Saturday.
Labour anti-Semitism row: Corbyn ally brands Hodge's complaints 'absurd' and 'hyperbolic'
A Labour MP has accused Dame Margaret Hodge of making "absurd" and "hyperbolic" criticisms of the party over its handling of anti-Semitism.
324 dead and thousands homeless as worst flooding in 100 years hits India
Hundreds of people have been killed in flooding in India and authorities have warned that the weekend will bring more challenging conditions.
Syrian rebels' last stand as Assad forces close in
Syria's defeated rebels have for years been allowed to escape to the northern territory of Idlib under a deal with the government - but now this too is under threat of attack from President Bashar al Assad.
Pep Guardiola says injured Kevin De Bruyne is 'a big miss' for Manchester City
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says that injured Kevin De Bruyne will be difficult to replace and will be welcomed back with "open arms".
Judge in trial of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort receives threats
The judge in the fraud trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort says he has received threats.
Aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth to set sail from Portsmouth for US visit
Britain's largest warship is ready to set sail on her maiden voyage to the US.
Nigel Farage back in politics to challenge Theresa May's Brexit
Nigel Farage is returning to frontline politics to "fight back" against what he describes as Theresa May's "fraudulent" Brexit plan.
Cricket legend Imran Khan sworn in as Pakistan PM
Cricket star-turned-politician Imran Khan has been sworn in as Pakistan's prime minister.
Ex-UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan dies: Tributes mourn 'great leader'
Former UN secretary-general Kofi Annan, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, has died at age 80.
Stormy Daniels pulled of Celebrity Big Brother after 'row with producers'
Stormy Daniels reportedly pulled out of Celebrity Big Brother after a row with "controlling" producers - amid claims a last-minute custody issue also meant she was unable to appear.
Usain Bolt arrives in Australia for trial with A-League Central Coast Mariners
Usain Bolt has arrived in Australia for a trial with Central Coast Mariners, saying his goal of playing professional football is "for real."
Aretha Franklin: Queen of Soul's funeral to be held in hometown of Detroit
Aretha Franklin's funeral will be held on 31 August in her hometown of Detroit, her publicist has said.
'She never left': Detroit mourns Aretha Franklin after death of Queen of Soul
Detroit has lost a sister. Their sadness, though, somehow still feels like a celebration.
Pep Guardiola says Manchester City must be patient with Phil Foden
Pep Guardiola has called for patience over Phil Foden after calls for the 18-year-old to be given playing time in the absence of Kevin De Bruyne.
Record 162,000 people have their say on plastic reduction
A record 162,000 people have had their say in a government review of how tax could reduce plastic pollution.
Belfast Celtic: Could the Grand Old Team be revived?
If you know your history, Belfast Celtic are one of the most famous names in football.
Putin to attend Austrian foreign minister's wedding before Merkel meeting
Vladimir Putin doesn't make a habit of dropping in on foreign politicians' weddings.
Barry Chuckle funeral: Fans and stars attend service at stadium
Paul Chuckle carried his brother Barry's coffin as close friends and family attended the funeral of the veteran entertainer.
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