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Video shows moment Trump ducks and swarmed by security
The former US president and supporters around him are seen crouching after loud bangs are heard.

Witness says he saw gunman on roof near Trump rally
Greg, who was outside the rally, tells the BBC he tried to alert the police.

Pictures from Trump rally where shots fired
Donald Trump rushed off stage during a rally in Butler, Pennsylvania after loud bangs were heard

Trump rushed off stage at rally as shots heard
Trump appeared to have blood on one ear as he was rushed off stage in Pennsylvania following apparent gunshots.

Hamas-run health ministry says 90 killed in Israeli strike targeting military chief
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said there was "no certainty" that Mohammed Deif had been killed.

We are devastated after crossbow attack, says BBC's John Hunt
John Hunt and his daughter, Amy, talk of their devastation as they struggle to take in what happened.

Krejcikova holds off Paolini to win Wimbledon title
Barbora Krejcikova holds off a charge from Jasmine Paolini in a gripping Wimbledon final to earn her second Grand Slam singles title.

Britain's Patten and Finland's Heliovaara win doubles title
Henry Patten and Harri Heliovaara save three match points and beat Australians Max Purcell and Jordan Thompson in the Wimbledon men's doubles final.

BBC says Strictly's Graziano Di Prima no longer in show as he speaks of 'regrets'
In a statement, the dancer said he "deeply regrets" the events leading up to his exit from the show.

'I'm not a believer in fairytales, but I am a believer in dreams'
England manager Gareth Southgate says he is a "believer in dreams" as his side prepare to face Spain in Sunday's Euro 2024 final.

'We're behind you' PM tells England ahead of final
Sir Keir Starmer will be attending the Euro 2024 final when England take on Spain in Berlin on Sunday.

Man arrested after human remains found in suitcases
The 34-year-old was held on suspicion of murder by armed officers in Bristol.

Normal People star: I'd like to revisit role
Daisy Edgar-Jones, who shot to fame in the pandemic TV hit, says she still loves her character.

Meet the tycoons behind the grandest of Indian weddings
For Mukesh Ambani, his son's wedding is not just a wedding - it's a display of his clout and power.

Princess of Wales to attend Wimbledon men’s final
The men's Wimbledon final will be the princess's second public appearance since her cancer diagnosis.

High on Yamal fever, Spaniards think Euros victory is theirs
The team's teenage prodigy took Spanish fans by surprise, but his success has helped unite a divided country in confidence.

'England play terrible football' - who do neutral fans want to win final?
We spoke to some of the fans of teams knocked out of Euro 2024 to find out whether they want England or Spain to win on Sunday.

From friends to rivals: How Spain and England players are connected
How well do the players know each other? They're on opposing sides now, but some have a shared story.

'Spain are a test on a different scale': Sutton's Euro 2024 final prediction
BBC pundit Chris Sutton makes his prediction for England against Spain in the final of Euro 2024 - and you can make yours too.

We're the Wimbledon ball girls who took on the pros
Two teenagers tell BBC Newsbeat what it was like to face the pros on court in SW19.

Married 'soulmates' spent final days side by side
Their daughter is now campaigning for increased funding for end-of-life hospice care.

What next for MPs who lost their jobs? - ‘I'm not sure what to do’
The challenges facing former MPs as they move on from a £91,000 salary and life in the public eye.

Labour’s first week: Eight key plans, and the challenges ahead
What has Labour announced in its first week since sweeping to power?

Police knew suspect in unsolved 1959 murder intended to kill black man
A newly released police file reveals that officers knew a key suspect was a violent racist.

Ros Atkins on... The Biden dilemma facing the Democrats
A growing number of Democrats are calling on Joe Biden to end his presidential re-election bid after a series of gaffes.

Sizzling 'love trial' couples taking home the bacon
Ancient tradition tests lovers' marital bliss in a contest to win a lot of bacon... and no porky-pies.

Pomp, plans and power – what to expect in Labour’s King’s Speech
As the reality of power sets in for Labour ministers, expect few fireworks but plenty of big plans when Parliament is opened.

Which voters should the Tories go after now?
The Conservatives are debating their future - but the path back to victory is not straightforward.

Prisoners will be released early. Can that really fix overcrowded jails?
The government hopes the plan will stop jails becoming full. But it could create fresh problems, too.

Watch: Boris Johnson and Tony Blair seen at lavish India wedding
Tony Blair and Boris Johnson were among guests to arrive at the wedding of a billionaire's son.

Celebrity sex therapist Dr Ruth Westheimer dies at 96
Known as Dr Ruth, she advocated for open conversations about sex and intimate topics.

Firefighters tackle major blaze in Newry
At one stage, 50 firefighters were dealing with the incident in the Greenbank Industrial Estate.

Alec Baldwin sobs as Rust trial is ended over hidden evidence
The actor weeps as the trial collapses with a prosecutor quitting amid a row over a batch of bullets.

Lengthy delays at Eurotunnel LeShuttle
Eurotunnel apologises over "extended wait" for passengers at the Folkestone terminal.

Starmer commits to BBC licence fee
The prime minister has ruled out any changes to how the BBC is funded at least until 2027.

Teenager appears in court after Gurdwara attack
A boy, 17, is charged with multiple offences after a disturbance at a place of worship in Kent.

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'Southgate inherited a shambles but now stands one game from greatness'
England's Euro 2024 final against Spain is a game that can shape legacies and change lives forever, says BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty.

'Nobody will believe I won Wimbledon - I still can't'
As Barbora Krejcikova stood with the Venus Rosewater Dish in her hands, there was one thing she could not stop saying - "it is just unbelievable".

'I'm not a believer in fairytales, but I am a believer in dreams'
England manager Gareth Southgate says he is a "believer in dreams" as his side prepare to face Spain in Sunday's Euro 2024 final.

Britain's Patten and Finn Heliovaara win doubles title
Henry Patten and Harri Heliovaara save three match points and beat Australians Max Purcell and Jordan Thompson in the Wimbledon men's doubles final.

Glenn stars as England beat New Zealand in fourth T20
England chase down New Zealand's target of 104 for the loss of just three wickets in the fourth T20 at The Kia Oval to continue their unbeaten summer.

'Pure elation' for Ireland after 'moment of genius' in South Africa
Ireland captain Caelan Doris says there was "pure elation" after Ciaran Frawley's last-gasp drop goal secured a famous win over South Africa in Durban.

'History on the line' for Djokovic in Alcaraz final
Novak Djokovic says "history will be on the line" when he faces Carlos Alcaraz in the Wimbledon men's singles final on Sunday.

Is it the beginning of the end for Biden?
More gaffes overshadow Biden's crucial NATO press conference

Electioncast: The GE 2024 Binder
Everything you need to know about the general election, and more!

New MPs, new government... new politics?
Amol and Nick on why prisons are at the top of Starmer’s in-tray.

Man arrested after human remains found in suitcases
The 34-year-old was held on suspicion of murder by armed officers in Bristol.

Farmers praised for help in tackling major fire in Newry
Large black plumes of smoke could be seen near the Greenbank Industrial Estate in the city.

TRNSMT travel warning after train services cut
ScotRail introduced a temporary timetable this week in a bid to avert disruption after short-notice cancellations.

Brain tumour found after boy, 4, visits opticians
Rome Hill's parents didn't even know he was blind in his right eye before the check-up.

Al Jazeera

Israeli attack on al-Mawasi kills at least 90 people: What we know so far
Some 300 people were also wounded in the attack on al-Mawasi camp, a designated ‘safe zone’.

Is enough being done to end the conflict in the DRC?
UN warns of dire humanitarian crisis in Democratic Republic of Congo.

‘Shocking and brutal massacre’: World reacts to Israel’s al-Mawasi attack
Outrage after 90 killed in designated 'safe zone' attack that Israel says targeted Hamas military leader.

‘It’s a mistake’: Zelenskyy says he can ‘forget’ Biden’s Putin mix-up
Ukrainian leader brushes off US president’s mistaken reference to him as ‘President Putin’ as he meets Ireland’s Harris.

Turkey to soon wind down latest operation in northern Iraq, Erdogan says
Ankara has carried out repeated ground operations against Kurdish fighters, launching its most recent in 2022.

Tennis: Krejcikova wins Wimbledon for second Grand Slam singles title
The former French Open champion held off Italy's Jasmine Paolini in three sets to win her first Wimbledon title.

At least eight killed in shootout during Somalia prison breakout attempt
Three soldiers and five prisoners killed after armed inmates made an attempt to escape, says Somali army spokesperson.

UEFA Euro 2024: Spain vs England preview – Who will win the final?
Spain are seeking a record fourth European Championship title when they face an England side still awaiting their first.

Kenyan police watchdog probes police link to mutilated bodies
The nine bodies with 'visibile marks of torture' were found in an abandoned quarry near a police station.

Austerity and immigration no longer explain the far right’s rise in Europe
Europeans are not struggling with a recession or facing any more migration than before. So why is the far right surging?

Pakistan court acquits former PM Imran Khan, wife in unlawful marriage case
Acquittal comes after another appeals court upheld the couple's conviction, but Khan's lawyer says he won't be released.

Despite UN appeal, US and UK don’t fund ‘critical lifeline’ to Palestinians
Israel has tried for years to dismantle the UNRWA, which helps Palestinian refugees in Gaza and elsewhere.

At least 90 killed in Israeli attack on al-Mawasi ‘safe zone’ in south Gaza
Al-Mawasi, where thousands of displaced Palestinians are sheltering, has been targeted numerous times since October.

The French left faces a hostile media
In France, a shock election win for the left was no thanks to French media.

Do tampons contain ‘alarming’ quantities of lead and arsenic?
More than half of all women are thought to use tampons - but could they be poisonous?

‘We know the tactics they use’: The poachers turned gamekeepers of Kenya
An anti-poaching unit in Kenya’s Aberdare National Park employs former poachers to curb wildlife crime.

Five jailed for 2023 murder of Ecuador presidential candidate
Former journalist Fernando Villavicencio's family and friends have urged an investigation into who ordered his killing.

Court dismisses Alec Baldwin’s shooting trial over withheld evidence
Hollywood actor was on trial for involuntary manslaughter after cinematographer killed on set of film Rust.

Meta lifts restrictions on Trump’s Facebook, Instagram accounts
Social media giant says Americans should be able to hear from the nominees running for US president.

‘I’m not going anywhere,’ Biden tells Michigan voters amid Gaza protests
US president sought to reassure voters in the key battleground state that he is a better option than Donald Trump.

Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 869
As the war enters its 869th day, these are the main developments.

Cultural treasure or painful reminder? Libya’s colonial architecture
Residents of Tripoli and Benghazi are divided about what should be done with their Italian colonial heritage. 

India’s Reliance, Bollywood fuel Ambani wedding hype through social media
Social media posts from Reliance and Bollywood stars have whipped up interest in the wedding that some are critical of.

Data of nearly all AT&T customers downloaded in security breach
Approximately 109 million customer accounts were affected in the breach which mostly occurred in 2022,

Is a new government the answer to Kenya’s problems?
President Ruto sacks most of his cabinet in the face of growing public discontent.

Global Times

Update: S.Korean plant fire kills 22, mostly Chinese nationals

Plan to establish US Marine regiment in Guam 'to escalate camp confrontation, stir up regional tensions'

Polish president's China visit to elevate bilateral ties

Huangshan in E.China in full efforts on disaster relief, relocating 10,900 residents

Thailand 'bravely' lines up to join BRICS amid West's confrontational narrative

China issues judicial guidelines on criminal punishment on diehard 'Taiwan independence' forces

Pelosi's groundless accusations over China's governance in Xizang slammed by expert

German economy minister's trip to China to 'seek common ground' amid rising trade frictions

Moscow, Hanoi deepen ties to 'Washington's annoyance'

Collusion between US, Dalai clique shows Washington's intention to use 'Xizang card' to contain China: expert

China, South Korea vow to enhance communication, improve mutual trust at 2+2 dialogue

How can the voices of people in China's rural areas be heard?

Exclusive: Photos show CCG boarding, inspecting, restricting Philippine vessels intruding into Ren'ai Jiao

Putin starts visits to North Korea, Vietnam amid West's attention

NATO chief blaming China to 'vent frustration' over unproductive Ukraine peace conference

US urged to recognize anti-China separatist nature of the Dalai group: Chinese FM

China's unilateral free-visa policy hailed in Australia

Exclusive insight into human rights achievements through the growth of young Living Buddhas in Xizang Buddhism Academy

US' latest Xizang-related bill blatant interference in China's internal affairs, attempts to restrain China's development: expert

Putin signs into law joint building of lunar base with China as Beijing expands circle of friends in Moon exploration

China urges US to play constructive role in Ukraine crisis

Deep Focus: More Chinese graduates are returning to vocational schools for practical skills, clear career plan

With Jaishankar's reappointment, 'no major change in India's China policy anticipated'

G7 summit set to kick off amid greater skepticism and divisions

China's third aircraft carrier's reported second sea trial attracts media attention

Exploring history

Trapped campers during holidays put healthy development of outdoor sports under spotlight

Payload specialists from HK, Macao included in China's taikonaut pool for first time

Flood prevention

China gears up for gaokao national college entrance exams as transportation, noise control measures put in place

China-Africa Rhapsody: 'Access to Satellite TV for 10,000 African Villages' project promotes native languages, local dialects in remote rural Africa

Scientists obtain continuous observational data of tropospheric atmosphere over Qinghai-Xizang Plateau

Pro-reunification groups in Taiwan issue joint statement to oppose separatists' collusion with US

Chinese outbound travel bookings surge as holiday nears, injecting strong confidence, momentum into world tourism market

Fudan University to launch 100 AI courses, to drive innovation in industrial application

Japan reports Chinese drone presence amid US aircraft carrier activities

Stanford AI project team apologizes for plagiarizing Chinese model

High temperature expected in southern parts but prolonged extreme heat wave less likely to happen in China this summer: meteorologists

High-level Latin American officials' visits to China aim to 'tap new potential'

China's achievement in ecological conservation an inspiration to global efforts: UNEP executive director

South Korean netizens petition for 'return' of giant panda Fu Bao

PLA Navy warship wraps up joint drills in Nigeria

Extreme heat stress

China's flood season starts 'stronger, earlier than usual' in southern regions

China warns US about redlines on core interests as vice FM visits Washington at critical juncture

Scenic Duku Highway in Xinjiang reopens; surging visitors from across the country anticipated

Polls show Modi likely to win a third term

Biden's cease-fire proposal for Gaza conflict comes out of political needs: experts

Zelensky attends Shangri-La Dialogue; Asian states should 'avoid similar confrontation trap'

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