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Donald Trump Junior faces pressure over talks with Russian lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya. Also, tech firms unite for 'net neutrality' protest and a giant iceberg splits from Antarctic.
Emails confirm Donald Trump Junior was offered "sensitive" information on Hillary Clinton. He replied "if it's what you say I love it" -- and then met a Russian lawyer in New York. It appears to be the first confirmation that a close associate of President Trump had realistic expectations of receiving sensitive information from Russian officials. Also today: the blood scandal that cost more than two-thousand Britons their lives; the world's new eye on the universe -- and we continue our journey along China's new Silk Road.
Warning over plight of civilians caught in city despite government declaring victory. Also, full-face veil ban approved by European judges, and could 'super bananas' tackle child blindness across Africa?
Yemen cholera cases pass 300,000, Trump son defends Russian lawyer meeting, Netflix accused of 'glamorising' anorexia
A partial ceasefire in Syria continues during a new round of the UN peace talks. Also the UK government say arms sales to Saudi Arabia are lawful, and Mosul is liberated from so-called IS.
Plus dogs can sniff out early stage Parkinson's disease and the world's oldest hippo has died.
Anti-Erdogan rally ends 'justice' march, Trump asks Putin to set up a joint security unit, Britain's Lake District awarded Unesco World Heritage status