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A single Chinese newspaper reports on the protests in Hong Kong
Calls for the city's leader to resign aren't going away.
Special report from China’s far western region of Xinjiang, where up to a million Muslims may be detained.
Iran warns it's about to breach the 2015 deal that restricts its nuclear activities.
Former President of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, collapses in court and dies.
US accuses Iran over oil tanker attacks
The United States has accused Iran of carrying out attacks on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman on a vital shipping route for oil exports. We hear from a former US ambassador and from Tehran, where the Iranians vehemently deny they were responsible. Also: Lord Heseltine on the Tory leadership race. And we look at the fate of one of Britain’s most celebrated pubs, where regulars say a corporate takeover threatens its independence.
US accuses Iran of attacks on tankers in Gulf of Oman
Tehran vehemently denies they were responsible.
Boris Johnson tops the pile in 1st round of Tory leadership race.
President Trump's press secretary steps down.
Ebola spreads from DRC to Uganda – 2 dead.
Sajid Javid launches Tory leadership bid
Boris Johnson also officially declares – takes limited questions from journalists.
MPs reject Labour's cross-party motion aimed at stopping no-deal Brexit.
Hong Kong’s leader condemns protests as "organised riots".
Kosovo marks 20 years since NATO's decisive intervention.