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Emmanuel Macron heads for a big majority in parliament -- and a strong mandate to pursue his reforms; Portugal in mourning as fire kills more than sixty; lessons from history as Brexit talks begin in Brussels; Pakistan beat regional rivals India to win cricket's Champions' Trophy; and an elegy for the community shattered by London's high rise inferno.
Police fear figure may increase; US judge declares mistrial in Bill Cosby case; director of 'Rocky' dies
Donald Trump says he's scrapping much of Barack Obama's policy of warmer relations with Communist Cuba; demonstrators march on Downing Street to protest at the failings they say led to Wednesday's tower block disaster; the death of Helmut Kohl -- the architect of German reunification; will the Spanish taxman drive Cristiano Ronaldo away from Real Madrid?
The United Nations warns that more than one-hundred-thousand civilians may be held by Islamic State militants in the Iraqi city of Mosul as human shields; Police in Britain say at least thirty people are now confirmed to have died in the fire that engulfed a London tower block; Family row in Singapore over the will of Lee Kuan Yew; Archaeologists in Ethiopia say they've uncovered a lost city a thousand years old.
Seventeen confirmed dead in Grenfell Tower disaster; American student released from North Korean prison suffered severe brain damage
The British Prime Minister has ordered a full public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire; President Donald Trump denies reports that he is under investigation for obstruction of justice; Could coffee waste replace diesel?