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The Viewing Booth review - seeing is believing in the Israel-Palestine conflict
ven though he tries to maintain a cool, scientific demeanour, Israeli director Ra'anan Alexandrowicz finally lets slip a twinge of despair at the end of this interesting geopolitical Rorschach test.
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Rishi Sunak rejects calls by businesses for furlough extension
Rishi Sunak has rejected business demands for an extension of the furlough scheme despite expectations the government will delay the easing of Covid-19 restrictions currently set for 21 June.
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'It was damn nice to see him smile': Schmeichel cheered by visiting Eriksen
The Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel has said they will play their remaining games at Euro 2020 in honour of Christian Eriksen, after visiting his recovering teammate in hospital.
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Birx hinted she wanted Trump to lose election, new book says
Dr Deborah Birx, then the White House coronavirus taskforce coordinator, hinted to an Obama-era official shortly before the 2020 election she wanted Donald Trump to lose to Joe Biden.
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Irish-language row threatens to derail Northern Ireland government
A dispute between Sinn Féin and the Democratic Unionist party (DUP) over an Irish-language act is threatening to derail the Northern Ireland assembly and executive.
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How we met: 'He bought me a toothbrush to keep at his flat - and I panicked'
elen landed her dream job at the end of the 1990s, working as a writer for Total Guitar magazine. She was living in Bath, travelling across the country for gigs whenever she got the chance.
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The rush to 'go electric' comes with a hidden cost: destructive lithium mining | Thea Riofrancos
he Atacama salt flat is a majestic, high-altitude expanse of gradations of white and grey, peppered with red lagoons and ringed by towering volcanoes.
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Nato summit: leaders to agree that China presents security risk
Nato leaders are expected to agree that China presents a security risk at their annual summit in Brussels, the first time that the traditionally Russia-focused military alliance will have asserted it needs to respond to Beijing's growing power.
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Mysterious packages washed ashore at Cape Canaveral turn out to be cocaine
The mystery of more than 20 unidentified floating objects that washed up on the beach at Florida's Cape Canaveral space force station was solved when the contents turned out to be more than 60lb of cocaine, apparently lost from a passing trafficker's boat.
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Biden in Brussels ahead of big week for US diplomacy | First Thing
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