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Have a go at the Daily Mirror's mystery July travel pic prize challenge
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Hedge fund manager Marc Mezvinsky had friends in high places when he bet big on a Greek economic recovery, but even having then-Secretary of State…
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will make his comic book debut in the latest issue of Marvel’s Civil War II: Choosing Sides, which is set…
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By sunset on the first day of the Somme 19,000 men lay dead. Frank Meakin survived the battle, along with his diary, which is now…
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Slovakian prime minister Robert Fico has said nobody has the right to be angry with Britain opting for Brexit adding European policy was to blame…
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EasyJet's boss has signalled in private meetings this week that moving its legal HQ is "likely" after Brexit, Sky News can reveal.
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Hundreds of troops are storming a cafe in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, where gunman took at least 20 hostages, including foreigners.
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Cloud restricting sunny skies today with downpours moving from west to east - some prolonged, intense and thundery across northern counties with a chance of…
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Bangladesh police have stormed a restaurant in the capital Dhaka in an attempt to rescue about 20 hostages held there by gunmen, including foreign nationals.…
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Is Stevi Ritchie hinting that he's just married Chloe-Jasmine?
www.express.co.uk
A SCHOOL had to be evacuated after it received a bomb threat today.
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MOST seagulls are happy just grabbing whatever scraps they can find – but it seems this crafty creature is more fussy about what it eats.
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Emergency services were called to Croydon Avenue, with the junction of Manchester Road, in the Castleton area at 10.20am on Friday
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Nearly 70,000 Syrians, mostly women and children, are being denied food and water by Jordanian authorities.
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An “urgent review” of the multi-million pound Leeds to Bradford cycle superhighway is being called for – just hours before it is scheduled to open.
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Researchers say they have found the first clear evidence that the thinning in the ozone layer above Antarctica is starting to heal.
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Tim Martin, chairman and founder of the pub group JD Wetherspoon, has seen£18million wiped off the value of his shares in the days following the…
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A MOOSE that ran out in front of a car driving at speed down a busy motorway was seen flying through the air in a…