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Vigils held in Vegas after gunman kills 59 and injures 500 others

A retiree armed with multiple assault rifles opened fire on an outdoor country music festival in Las Vegas from a high-rise hotel window on Sunday, killing t least 59 people before killing himself in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

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Spanish government declares​ Catalonia vote 'illegal'

​Catalonia's regional leader opened the door to a unilateral declaration of independence from Spain after voters defied a violent police crackdown.

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Air France flight forced to make emergency landing

Air France said an engine on flight AF066 from Paris to Los Angeles had suffered "serious damage", forcing it to divert to Canada.

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O.J Simpson freed on parole

O.J. Simpson was released early from the Nevada prison where he had been held since 2008 for a botched armed robbery at a Las Vegas casino hotel.

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Conservatives to freeze tuition fees

Theresa May is to announce that tuition fees are to be frozen.on day one of the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester.

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Spanish police move in to stop Catalunya vote

Spanish national police have moved to shut down a banned independence referendum in Catalunya.

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Trump blames Puerto Ricans for slow hurricane response

U.S. President Donald Trump has placed blame squarely on Puerto Ricans for the slow recovery from Hurricane Maria.

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Musk plans manned mission to Mars

Billionaire Elon Musk has outlined ambitious plans for a manned mission to Mars and a rocket capable of carrying passengers from one continent to another.

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Three-year-old girl thrown from a bridge

Police have launched an investigation after a man dropped a three-year-old girl from a bridge into a river in an apparent attempted murder suicide.

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Johnson sets out his own Brexit conditions

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has decided to set out his own plans for Brexit ahead of the Conservative party conference.

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U.S Health Secretary resigns over plane use

U.S. Health Secretary Tom Price has resigned under pressure from Donald Trump over Price's use of costly private charter planes for government business.

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LGA calls for gambling advertising regulations

The Local Government Association has called for greater regulation of gambling advertising.

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Ryanair decides to meet CAA requests

Ryanair has agreed to implement a series of steps to ensure that all customers affected by recent cancellations are fully aware of their rights and entitlements.

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Only miracles can move Brexit talks forward - Juncker

Jean-Claude Juncker says only "miracles" can move Brexit talks forward to fulfill Britain's hopes of launching discussionson its future ties with the European Union.

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Half of nurses say staffing shortage is affecting patient care

Around half of nurses say shifts do not have the level of nurses planned and 53% say the shortage is compromising the care given to patients.

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Britain "unconditionally committed" to EU's security says May

Britain will remain "unconditionally committed" to protecting Europe after it has left the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Friday.

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Children’s Commissioner launches social media jargon-buster

A simplified guide setting out the terms and conditions of social media accounts is to be distributed to schools across England.

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£1 million appeal helps to secure the future of White Cliffs

Dame Vera Lynn has praised generous supporters after £1 million was raised to secure the future of the White Cliffs of Dover, for the nation, for ever.

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Boeing undermining UK relationship - PM

Theresa May has said that Boeing was undermining its relationship with Britain by its behaviour in a dispute with Canadian rival Bombardier.

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Young people given advice about how to respond during terror attacks

Counter Terrorism Police have launched their first ever safety campaign aimed at children and teenagers.

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Ryanair facing the threat of legal action over flight cancellations

The CAA has launched enforcement action against Ryanair for persistently misleading passengers with inaccurate information regarding their rights.

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