France church attack: Priest killed in hostage-taking near Rouen

A priest is killed in a hostage-taking attack by two armed men at his church near Rouen, northern France – police say both assailants are dead.
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Labour leadership: Legal action against Corbyn ballot vote

A legal challenge to Jeremy Corbyn’s right to automatically stand in the Labour leadership contest is being heard.
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'13 injured in France coach crash from Wales'

Thirteen people have been injured after bus carrying teenagers from Wales crashed in eastern France, local media reports say.
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Kabul blast hits Hazara protest – '29 dead and scores hurt'

A blast rips through a protest march by the Hazara minority in the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing at least 29 and wounding more than 100, officials say.
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Fatima Manji complains over Kelvin MacKenzie hijab remarks

Channel 4 News reporter Fatima Manji complains to the press watchdog over comments made by Sun columnist Kelvin MacKenzie about her wearing a hijab while reporting the Nice attack.
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Four parliaments should agree Brexit deal, says Carwyn Jones

Any future deal on Brexit should be ratified by all four UK parliaments, First Minister Carwyn Jones says.
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Hyde Park 'water fight' violence sees police officer stabbed

A police officer is stabbed and four others are injured after a water fight in London’s Hyde Park turned violent, the Met has said.
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BT fault hits broadband users and banks

BT acknowledges that its customers experienced broadband faults. Banks were also affected.
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Toddler dies in seventh floor fall from Birmingham flats

A toddler dies after falling from the seventh floor of a block of flats in Birmingham.
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John Kerry walks into door at No 10 Downing Street

US Secretary of State John Kerry suffers door mishap at No 10 Downing Street
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