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'An object of pity': Former Trump advisor says rest of the world looks down on US
<p>Fiona Hill claims the US' allies are 'shocked' by how the nation is 'eating ourselves alive with our divisions'</p>
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Attorney: Black man shot by LA deputies wasn't holding a gun
Attorneys for a Black man shot and killed by Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies says he wasn't holding a gun when they opened fire — contradicting an account from the department
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CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Sad-face emoji, but the writing might be on the wall for reading
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Dr Lydia Wilson told us on Monday in The Secret History Of Writing on BBC4 that man's greatest invention is the alphabet.
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Air Force Two carrying Mike Pence is forced to return to New Hampshire after being hit by BIRDS
The incident occurred Tuesday evening after the plane, carrying Vice President Mike Pence, departed Manchester-Boston Regional Airport en route to Washington, D.C.
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‘Good guys are demonized, criminals are canonised’: One of the officers who shot at Breonna Taylor speaks out in fiery email
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Women 'should be protected' under hate crime laws
The Law Commission recommends treating misogyny like other forms of discrimination.
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Coronavirus: Whitty and Vallance faced 'herd immunity' backlash, emails show
Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Vallance were alarmed by questions over the controversial concept, emails show.
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Sir Paul McCartney speaks about the first time he met John Lennon
Sir Paul McCartney has spoken about the first time he met John Lennon and reveals how he reflects on the moment 'like a fan' and tells 'how lucky' he was to meet him.
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Get in shape to fight off cancer: Learn how to reset your own body clock
PROFESSOR ROBERT THOMAS: A well-fitting pair of trainers or walking shoes is all you need to make a start on getting fitter and cutting your risk of serious diseases, cancer included.
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Sweden's second wave? Cases rise in Stockholm prompting concerns over supposed 'herd immunity'
Sweden's chief epidemiologist Anders Tegnell (pictured) said new measures for Stockholm could not be ruled out.
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AP PHOTOS: Xi's portrait adorns new homes for China's poor
Communist Party leader Xi Jinping’s smiling visage looks down from the walls of virtually every home inhabited by members of the Yi minority group in a remote corner of China’s Sichuan province.
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National Trust faces backlash for linking Winston Churchill's home to slavery and colonialism 
Oliver Dowden said the National Trust's portrayal of the UK's wartime prime minister Winston Churchill would 'surprise and disappoint people'.
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Dad is shot as he tries to shield his children from gunman at Bronx car dealership
DailyMail.com obtained video of the shooting, which took place at around 7.20pm on Monday at On The Road Automotive in the Eastchester neighborhood of the Bronx.
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Chace Crawford was offered the chance to become a Chippendales dancer and Blake Lively loved it
Missed out on his Magic Mike moment.
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Masterchef favourite Poh Ling Yeow, 47, shares her top tips for cooking succulent chicken dishes
MasterChef Australia favourite Poh Ling Yeow has shared her top tips for cooking succulent chicken in record time - and the stir-fry she swears by for a dinnertime crowd-pleaser.
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China fires back at Donald Trump’s ‘groundless’ coronavirus attacks - ‘Political virus!'
CHINA'S UN ambassador has fired back at Donald Trump after the US President grilled Chinese President Xi Jinping on the country's role in coronavirus crisis.
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Beatles auction: Manager Brian Epstein's watch is for sale
The Beatles were notorious for their slack timekeeping and their manager Brian Epstein knew the first thing he had to do with his new band was instill some professionalism.
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Ellen says her dog broke leg in 'awful accident' leaving it screaming in pain
Ellen DeGeneres has revealed details of the 'awful' accident in which her dog Kid was left with a broken leg after being hit by her poodle Wally
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SARAH VINE: Why can't they see this crisis is about people, not numbers? 
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Michelle Obama heartbreak: Ex-FLOTUS confesses devastating White House parenting struggles
MICHELLE OBAMA revealed the parenting challenges she faced at the White House when raising her children with the former US president Barack Obama.
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Brexit: Queues in Kent could be 7,000 trucks long and last days, Michael Gove says in leaked no-deal plan
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US WWII bomber emerges from glacier in Iceland melting due to climate change - 76 years after crash
The B-17 Flying Fortress bomber flew into the Eyjafjallajokull glacier in southern Iceland on September 16, 1944.
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Coronavirus victim's son launches class action lawsuit against Melbourne's hotel quarantine company
Dragan Markovic, from St Albans in the city's northwest, watched his father Nenad die through a glass window at Brunswick Private Hospital on August 30.
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£1billion saving predicted as firms are stopped from charging existing customers more than new ones
The Financial Conduct Authority announced that insurers would not be allowed to charge existing clients more than new ones- which could save £1billion a year
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DOMINIC SANDBROOK: How dare the National Trust link Wordsworth to slavery?
DOMINIC SANDBROOK: For the past 125 years, the National Trust has been the single most important custodian of our national story. Since 1895 it has cared for hundreds of castles and gardens.
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US military claps back at Russia's claim its supersonic bomber flew 'world record' flight
The American military threw cold water on Moscow's claim its Tu-160 'Blackjack' supersonic nuclear-capable strategic bomber broke a world record for longest flight.
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Cindy McCain endorses Biden for president after Trump attacks on her husband
<p>Cindy McCain is endorsing Democrat Joe Biden for president in a stunning rebuke of President Donald Trump</p>
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Kim Jong-un latest: Suspected assassin of North Korean leader’s brother ACTIVE in China
A SUSPECT in the assassination of Kim Jong-nam, brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, is currently operating in China according to Japanese media.
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Trump expands ban on US money for certain diversity training
President Donald Trump has issued an order that he said will expand a ban on the use of federal money for certain diversity training
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200 more pilot whales are found off Australia's coast
About 200 more whales have been stranded on a shallow sandbar off Tasmania's west coast, bringing the total to more than 470.
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SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Ben Budworth has put himself on furlough during coronavirus
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE:Ben Budworth, who pocketed £12.4 million from the sale of his magazine The Lady, lives in splendour at Bylaugh Hall in Norfolk.
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Student left fighting for life after mistaking meningitis for a hangover
University of Portsmouth student Ben de Souza, 19, isolated himself in his room after being sick 10 times following a heavy night out - and hours later was in intensive care just minutes from death
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Mikel Arteta explains reasons behind William Saliba's Arsenal snub
Mikel Arteta has yet to hand a start to French defender William Saliba this season, with the former Saint-Etienne man failing to feature in either of Arsenal's two matchday squads this campaign
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JAN MOIR's view from the sofa as The Great British Bake-Off returns at last 
JAN MOIR: With a transmission time pushed back 15 minutes because of the Prime Minister's Covid address to the nation, the Great British Bake Off cooked up some piping hot revenge.
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Sophia Loren, 86, will star in upcoming Netflix film after 11 year break from acting
The star of Hollywood's Golden Age, 86, will play the main part in a new Italian-language drama, The Life Ahead, which will be streamed on Netflix.
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Air Force Two carrying Vice President Mike Pence makes emergency landing
Air Force Two was forced to return to an airport in Manchester, New Hampshire, due to engine issues supposedly caused by a bird strike, according to reports
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Donald Trump demands UN holds China accountable for unleashing &apos;plague&apos; onto the world
Donald Trump has demanded that the United Nations holds China accountable for the coronavirus pandemic, blaming Beijing for unleashing a "plague" onto the world.
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Games Inbox: Xbox Series X pre-order success, Bethesda Xbox exclusives, and PS5 cross-gen confusion
The Wednesday Inbox is still reeling from the news that Microsoft has bought Bethesda, as one reader hopes they buy Sega next.
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Moment Co-op customer smashes two shelves of wine after being asked to follow shop's one-way system
An angry shopper goes into a rampage in a Co-op store in Lingfield, Surrey after being asked to observe social distancing rules. She can be seen knocking bottles of wine off the shelves
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Bank of England boss Andrew Bailey urges Rishi Sunak to have a 'rethink' over the furlough scheme
Governor of the Bank of England Andrew Bailey asked Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak to extend help to some sectors after the £40billion job subsidy furlough scheme comes to an end.
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Barbados's moves to drop the Queen as Head of State 'are being driven by Chinese interference'
Tom Tugendhat, chairman of the foreign affairs committee, said Beijing was playing a large role in the island nation's decision to remove the Queen as head of state.
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Air Force 2 carrying Mike Pence forced to emergency land
Airforce 2 with Mile Pence onboard was forced to make an emergency landing after a suspected bird strike.
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South China Sea: Taiwan warns China 'BACK OFF' as Beijing sends warplanes across boundary
TAIWAN has issued a stern warning to China after Beijing repeatedly sent warplanes across a boundary separating the two countries in recent days.
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Diversity's Jordan Banjo says their children 'received threats' after BGT dance
Jordan Banjo has opened up about the aftermath of Diversity's Black Lives Matter inspired dance on Britain's Got Talent, saying the "negative voices" were loud to begin with
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California reopens more widely as infections hit lowest rate
A steady drop in coronavirus cases across California cleared the way in nine counties for the wider reopening of businesses, including most of the San Francisco Bay Area
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