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Bomb which 'intended to murder police' explodes in Co Fermanagh
Officers have escaped injury in a bomb attack in Northern Ireland, which police say was a "deliberate attempt" to lure them there "to murder them".
Sir Elton attacks 'distorted and malicious' accounts of Harry and Meghan's visit
Sir Elton John has attacked what he describes as "distorted and malicious" accounts of Harry and Meghan's private stay at his home in Nice.
EU: Britain will suffer most if there is a no-deal Brexit
The European Union is ready for a no-deal Brexit and Britain would suffer most under such a scenario, Brussels has claimed.
Tate Modern fall boy 'struggling with all his strength' after two 'difficult' operations
A six-year-old boy who was allegedly thrown from the 10th floor at the Tate Modern is "struggling with all his strength" after two "difficult" operations, his parents have said.
Part of £1.8bn NHS cash boost 'is money already saved up', leaked letter claims
A £1.8bn cash boost for the NHS announced by Boris Johnson will largely be paid for with money that hospitals already have, a leaked letter has said.
Greene King in £4.6bn Hong Kong takeover
Britain's largest pub and brewery company Greene King has agreed to a £4.6bn sale to Hong Kong-based conglomerate CK Asset Holdings.
New York shopper finds mystery corpse in the back of her truck
An investigation is under way to identify a mystery body found in the back of a shopper's pick-up truck.
Why does Donald Trump want to buy Greenland?
Donald Trump may be in the Oval Office now, but his recent interest in buying Greenland suggests his heart is still in real estate.
Funniest Edinburgh joke 2019: What do you think of this year's winner
A joke involving vegetables has been voted the best gag at this year's Edinburgh Festival.
Sardinia: Tourists who took sand from beach face jail sentence
Two French tourists could be jailed after being caught with sand allegedly stolen from a Sardinian beach.