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Theresa May firms up cabinet appointments; Hungary migrants; Bowie's art collection
Picture: Newly appointed Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson addresses staff inside the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in central London on July 14, 2016. Credit: ANDREW MATTHEWS/AFP/Getty Images
The new British Prime Minister, Theresa May, appoints her cabinet and plans for Brexit; the legacy of outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron.
(Picture: British Prime Minster Theresa May speaks outside Number 10 Downing Street. Credit: Getty Images)
Cameron's final Prime Minister's Questions; Beijing's South China Sea warning; UN's new TV debates
(Photo: David Cameron in the British House of Commons Credit: AFP
Obama honours officers; Sanders endorses Clinton; Zimbabwe protest leader arrested; Google sheepep
International tribunal rejects China's claims; who'll be Trump's vice president?; an Afghan reunion
Photo:Protesters shout slogans during a rally outside the Chinese Consulate (Credit:Bullit Marquez/ Associated Press)
Juba ceasefire declared; Theresa May profiled; why thumb-sucking might be good for children
Photograph shows a soldier standing on top of an abandoned tank after it was destroyed in renewed fighting in Juba, South Sudan. (Credit: Reuters)