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The UK prime minister will seek to build a Commons majority ahead of Saturday's crunch vote.
The US leader defends his handling of Turkey's offensive as evidence of possible war crimes grows.
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The star falls off stage during her Las Vegas show after jumping into a fan's arms.
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Protests and a strike over the sentencing of Catalan separatists bring the Spanish city to a halt.
British luxury goods are targeted by the US as new taxes on exports take effect.
Lawmakers say its closure will mark an end to a system of "brutality and inhumanity".
A US official says aid to Ukraine was held up to force it to probe Democrats, but later backtracks.
The man who opposed a deadly crackdown on 1989 protests died in 2005 after years under house arrest.
The former US defence secretary hits back after Mr Trump dubbed him "the world's most overrated general".
The government retreats from plans for a tax on app-based calls amid protests over the economy.
Japan's Emperor Naruhito will formally ascend to the throne on Tuesday, as rescue efforts continue.
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