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US military says new images show Iran links to Gulf of Oman tanker blasts
The US military has released new images it says show Iran's Revolutionary Guard removing an unexploded limpet mine from a Japanese-owned tanker that was attacked last week in the Gulf of Oman.
Jeremy Hunt says he agrees '150%' with Donald Trump's criticism of Sadiq Khan on knife crime
Tory leadership contender Jeremy Hunt has said he agrees "150%" with Donald Trump's criticism of Sadiq Khan on knife crime.
Conservative leadership: Boris Johnson will never be more powerful than he is now
As it stands, Boris Johnson is set to become prime minister in a little over a month with nothing other than a catastrophic gaffe likely to stand in his way.
Mohammed Morsi: Former Egyptian president dies at court hearing
Ousted Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi has died after collapsing in court.
Paris Air Show: Airbus launches new long-range jet as Boeing struggles
Airbus has launched a new long-range jet at the start of the Paris Air Show as main rival Boeing continues to face questions over the crisis for its 737 MAX fleet.
Elon Musk says he has deleted his Twitter page. There's just one problem
Elon Musk has left his 27 million followers confused by claiming he has deleted his Twitter account - despite his profile remaining live for all to see.
London mayor Sadiq Khan attacks police cuts after four murders in four days
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has said he is "incredibly concerned" about a recent spate of murders in the capital - placing the blame for rising violence on "massive cuts" to police resources.
Peterborough: Police investigate allegations of malpractice in by-election
Five allegations of malpractice relating to the Peterborough by-election which Labour won by 683 votes are being investigated by police.
'Truly grotesque' crab sculpture blocked from being sold abroad
The sale of a £217,000 sculpture of a "truly grotesque" crab with teeth to an overseas buyer has been blocked.
'Chaos and confusion' hindered ambulance response to London Bridge attack
Confusion and communication issues hindered emergency service efforts to help injured victims after the London Bridge terror attack, an inquest has heard.