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Muslim mob torches police station and lynches man accused of blasphemy

The incident in the north-west of the country came after the man – a tourist – was alleged to have desecrated the Koran.

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Nine killed after flooding hits China’s Guangdong province

Warnings have been issued for other parts of the country.

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John Stones knows England’s draw with Denmark ‘was not some people’s cup of tea’

England could have advanced as winners of Group C had they beaten Denmark in Frankfurt but instead put in a poor showing in a 1-1 draw.

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Seven-time Paralympic gold medalist Hannah Cockroft named in Paris 2024 squad

Scottish 1500m runner Ben Sandilands will make his Games debut.

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Galpin lowers Island 400m record in Oslo

ABI GALPIN capitalised on the atmosphere of her biggest single-day competition yet to lower her Guernsey record further over 400m.

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Fashion and furniture shopping help UK retail sales rebound in May

The quantity of items bought rose by 2.9% in May, following a fall of 1.8% in April, the Office for National Statistics said.

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Drugs that treat HIV trialled in people with multiple brain tumours

While usually non-cancerous, NF2 can cause symptoms such as loss of balance, hearing loss that gradually gets worse over time and ringing in the ears.

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Government borrowing below expectations but debt jumps to highest since 1961

The Office for National Statistics said that public sector net borrowing hit £15 billion for the month.

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Data from NHS cyber attack ‘published online by cyber criminal group’

Synnovis was the victim of a ransomware attack, understood to be carried out by Russian group Qilin, on June 3.

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What to expect on the General Election campaign trail on Friday

The Tories are set to launch their Welsh manifesto while Sir Keir Starmer will visit Scotland.

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Labour will combat ‘generation of misogynists’ with school programmes on sexism

Bridget Phillipson, shadow education secretary, said the best way to address the issue is to involve boys and men in finding the solution.

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Alan Shearer hits out at ‘very poor’ England showing in Denmark draw

England’s performance led to a lot of criticism.

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Today’s Boys’ Brigade ‘offers much more to young people’

THE Boys’ Brigade has started a recruitment drive but knows it is battling against modern-day pressures facing youngsters.

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Fact check: What is NHS policy on trans patients in single-sex wards?

Sir Keir Starmer claimed during a phone-in interview that NHS policy was not to treat trans patients identifying as female on women’s wards.

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Budget reserve is exhausted - Trott

A WARNING has been issued to all States committee presidents that the money has run out in Guernsey.

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Roffey argues Ports loss due to 'chronic under-investment'

THE ongoing wrangle of harbour users effectively subsidising the airport was back in the States during debate on the Ports Accounts.

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Drink-driver popped into pub for drink after being stopped

AFTER being stopped by police on suspicion of drink-driving, a woman went into a pub and got another drink.

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Give people reason for hope rather than alarm on social care, say sector leaders

Political parties have faced criticism for not giving much space in their manifestos to setting out plans on tackling issues in care.

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On this day in 2015: Jordan Spieth wins second-consecutive major at US Open

The American became just the sixth man to win the Masters and US Open in the same year.

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Thousands flock to Stonehenge to celebrate summer solstice

The event went ahead after the heritage site was targeted by Just Stop Oil protesters earlier in the week.