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Grenfell inquiry: final day of commemorations of those who died - as it happened

Grenfell inquiry: final day of commemorations of those who died - as it happened

The commemorative hearings section of the inquiry into the fire which killed 72 people concludes with tributes to the six remaining victims 7.20pm BST Here is a summary of the day’s proceedings and
Karachi residents cool off in Pakistan heatwave – in pictures

Karachi residents cool off in Pakistan heatwave – in pictures

Pakistan’s most populous city is in the grips of a heatwave as temperatures soar to 45C. The sweltering conditions have come during Ramadan, the holy month in which millions of Muslims refrain from
MH370: search for missing plane heads for one last spot of interest

MH370: search for missing plane heads for one last spot of interest

Ocean Infinity vessel to investigate area where Chinese ship detected ultrasonic pulse as official operation draws to a closeThe search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is not quite
Transport for London bidding to run Buenos Aires metro system

Transport for London bidding to run Buenos Aires metro system

TfL part of consortium vying for contract worth $3.5bn over 10 years in Argentinian capitalLondoners may complain about the capital’s tube network, but Buenos Aires is so impressed that it is
Constructivist capital: the architectural legacy of Yekaterinburg – in pictures

Constructivist capital: the architectural legacy of Yekaterinburg – in pictures

The constructivists of the 1920s and 30s combined modern engineering methods and technology with communist ideology. The World Cup city of Yekaterinburg has retained this legacy – the largest
Why admitting you're wrong should be the new right

Why admitting you're wrong should be the new right

Our politicians’ urge to save face at all costs has led to a culture of obstinacy – with disastrous human consequencesHere’s a scenario that’s not easy to conjure: It’s inauguration day. Your new
Abbott backs Craig Kelly as preselection battles hot up

Abbott backs Craig Kelly as preselection battles hot up

Former PM says it would be a ‘disaster’ if MP lost seat as Liberals confirm Ann Sudmalis will also face challenge Tony Abbott has warned it would be a “disaster” if the outspoken Liberal Craig Kelly
'This is a genocide': villages burn as war rages in blood-soaked Cameroon | Peter Zongo

'This is a genocide': villages burn as war rages in blood-soaked Cameroon | Peter Zongo

As rebel groups combat the clampdown on anglophone activists, civilians are being caught in the crossfire, with reports of many killed and tens of thousands forced from their homesAn hour and a half’s
Brazil faces calls for return to military dictatorship amid truckers' strike

Brazil faces calls for return to military dictatorship amid truckers' strike

Days into shutdown that began over fuel prices, some protesters call for military intervention ‘to put the house in order’Hundreds of truckers and their supporters had gathered at a gas station on a
Mexico will pay for border wall and 'enjoy it', says Trump – video

Mexico will pay for border wall and 'enjoy it', says Trump – video

Speaking at a rally in Nashville, Tennessee, the US president criticises Mexico for not helping to stop the flow of illegal immigrants into the United States and repeats his campaign promise that the
Hamas says armed groups agree to Gaza ceasefire if Israel reciprocates

Hamas says armed groups agree to Gaza ceasefire if Israel reciprocates

Tense calm along Israel-Gaza border after Hamas calls truce following flare-up of fightingHamas has said Palestinian armed groups in Gaza have agreed to a ceasefire as long as Israel also halts
European markets edgy on Italian turmoil as ECB ponders urgent meeting - as it happened

European markets edgy on Italian turmoil as ECB ponders urgent meeting - as it happened

Wall Street and Asia fall sharply as investors fear new elections could bring further uncertainty to Italy 2.49pm BST After Tuesday’s sharp falls in the wake of the Italian political crisis, most
'We’ve lost all hope': the investment scandal wrecking Russian lives

'We’ve lost all hope': the investment scandal wrecking Russian lives

For years, thousands of Russians have been paying mortgages on homes that remain alarmingly unfinished. The ‘defrauded co-investors’ have found a voice – but will the Kremlin listen?Among the red
Say hello to Justin Trudeau, the world's newest oil executive | Bill McKibben

Say hello to Justin Trudeau, the world's newest oil executive | Bill McKibben

The Canadian prime minister presents himself as a climate hero. By promising to nationalise the Kinder Morgan pipeline, he reveals his true self In case anyone wondered, this is how the world ends:
Japanese hunters kill 120 pregnant minke whales during summer months – report

Japanese hunters kill 120 pregnant minke whales during summer months – report

Conservationists call for end of ‘abhorrent’ whaling programme, which Japan argues is conducted for scientific purposesMore than 120 pregnant whales were killed during Japan’s annual “research” hunt
Defunct Eurosceptic party linked to Ukip asked to repay €1.1m

Defunct Eurosceptic party linked to Ukip asked to repay €1.1m

Alliance for Direct Democracy must repay entire 2016 grant after investigation into misspending of EU fundsA defunct European political grouping that was dominated by Ukip has been asked to repay
'A legitimate threat': Michael Avenatti on his quest to take down a president

'A legitimate threat': Michael Avenatti on his quest to take down a president

Stormy Daniels’ lawyer insists reports on his finances and personal life are a Trumpian plot with ‘zero bearing’ on his caseStormy Daniels stood in front of the sex shop wearing a big smile and
Executed, disappeared, tortured: the risks of defending human rights – podcast

Executed, disappeared, tortured: the risks of defending human rights – podcast

In the climate of fear following the murder of activist Berta Cáceres in Honduras, Lucy Lamble talks to Ana Paula Hernández about her work supporting campaigners who fight to protect native
Tony Abbott: destroying cheap power 'an act of national insanity' – politics live

Tony Abbott: destroying cheap power 'an act of national insanity' – politics live

The former PM believes lower energy prices are essential to relieve the pressures on the cost of living. All the day’s events in Canberra, live 8.51am BST Here is what Tony Abbott had to say about
David Copperfield negligent over British tourist's injuries – but won't face damages

David Copperfield negligent over British tourist's injuries – but won't face damages

Gavin Cox alleged a vanishing act by the illusionist in Las Vegas caused injuries leading to $400,000 in medical costsThe illusionist David Copperfield has been found negligent but not financially