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Robert Mueller will testify over Trump-Russia investigation
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has confirmed that he will testify in an open session, before two house judiciary committees on July 17.
Border migrants found dead in river as US immigration head quits
Harrowing images of a father and daughter from El Salvador, who drowned whilst trying to get to the US, have been released, showing them face down in the Rio Grande.
Revenge porn victims could get anonymity as government orders online abuse review
Victims of so-called revenge porn could be granted the same anonymity as rape or sexual abuse victims.
Abandoned newborn left in woods in Georgia rescued from plastic bag
Police in Georgia have released heart-stopping bodycam video showing the rescue of an abandoned newborn baby.
Boris Johnson lays down gauntlet to Jeremy Hunt as rival holds Twitter Q&A
Boris Johnson has tried to divert attention away from his refusal to take part in a Sky News debate, by challenging Jeremy Hunt to guarantee Brexit will happen at the end of October.
San Francisco to ban sale of e-cigarettes
San Francisco is to ban the sale of e-cigarettes because of increasing use of the nicotine devices by teenagers.
'A culinary encounter': Mirazur in France named world's best restaurant
A three-Michelin-star restaurant on the French Riviera has been named the world's best at a ceremony in Singapore.
Father stabbed to death in front of son on train after 'row over blocking aisle'
A train passenger was stabbed to death in front of his 14-year-old son after a heated row over blocking the aisle, a court heard.
Stephanie Grisham: What we know about Donald Trump's new press secretary
She has a record of defending scandal-hit politicians and is a close confidante of US first lady Melania Trump.
Huawei building UK 5G 'like letting a kleptomaniac into your house', US ambassador says
Allowing Huawei to help build 5G in Britain would be like letting a "kleptomaniac" into your home, the US ambassador to the UK has said.