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26th July 2021
Counter-terror police lead probe into knife attack at Speakers' Corner

Counter-terror police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was attacked with a knife at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park on Sunday afternoon. Footage on social media showed someone dressed in black approaching the 39-year-old woman, who was wearing a Charlie Hebdo t-shirt. She then clutched her right hand close to her body and what […]

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26th July 2021
Biden ends US military's combat mission in Iraq to focus on 'strengthening' partnership

President Joe Biden is to end the US military's combat mission in Iraq by the end of the year after coming to an agreement with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi. During a meeting with the Iraqi leader on Monday, Mr Biden said that US counter-terrorism cooperation will continue and America's role in Iraq will be […]

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26th July 2021
More testing sites and self-isolation exemption list expanded in bid to ease 'pingdemic'

The list of sectors able to avoid quarantine as part of a pilot scheme is being extended - and the number of testing sites across England is being increased. To support the expansion of the daily testing pilot scheme, some 1,200 new sites are being added to 800 already in operation. The expanded scheme will […]

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26th July 2021
Safe swimming: The dangers, what to look out for and what to do in an emergency

More than 630 people died in accidental drownings around the UK in 2020, Swim England says. The deaths of a mother, her nine-year-old son and a family friend in Loch Lomond illustrates the dangers the nation's waters pose - and the grieving father left behind has warned people to take care. His wife, child and […]

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26th July 2021
'Unprecedented disaster': At least 900 people evacuated as forest fires rage in Sardinia

Raging forest fires in central Sardinia have forced at least 900 people from their homes. Four planes from France and Greece were sent to help put out the wildfires, which have consumed around 20,000 hectares in the Italian province of Oristano - the size of about 20,000 rugby fields. The aircraft joined 10 Italian firefighting […]

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26th July 2021
Great Salt Lake water levels hit historic low as 'mega drought' grips region

The water levels at the Great Salt Lake, in the northern part of the US state of Utah, have hit historic lows as a drought grips the region. Average daily water levels fell around an inch below the previous record of 4,191.4ft (1,278m) - set in 1963. Candice Hasenyager, deputy director of Utah's Division of […]

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26th July 2021
Teens guilty of murdering boy 'lured' to park and fatally stabbed

Two 14-year-old boys have been found guilty of murdering a teen who was "lured" to a park and fatally stabbed. Oliver Stephens, 13, was pronounced dead at Bugs Bottom field in Emmer Green, Reading, on 3 January. Oliver was convinced to go to the park by a 14-year-old girl, where he was "ambushed" by the […]

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26th July 2021
Man guilty of murdering girl who called him father after abuse claims

A man has been found guilty of murdering the teenage girl who called him her father after she accused him of sexually abusing her "over a number of years". Bernadette Walker, 17, was last seen alive on 18 July last year when Scott Walker, 51, collected her in a car from his parents' house in […]

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26th July 2021
Thousands of homes in danger as massive Californian wildfire gains strength

Thousands of homes remain under threat as California's biggest wildfire continues to gain strength across western parts of the US. It comes amid fresh calls for politicians in Washington to take "bold action" against climate change as more than 85 large wildfires continue to burn around the country. The Dixie Fire started on 14 July […]

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26th July 2021
UK reports 24,950 new COVID cases - sixth consecutive daily fall

The UK has reported 24,950 new cases of COVID-19 in the latest 24-hour period. It means the number of COVID cases reported in the UK has fallen for the sixth consecutive day. Today's number of reported deaths has been delayed due to a processing problem. Some 29,173 cases and 28 deaths were reported yesterday. Last […]

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