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Theresa May calls Donald Trump 'go back' tweet 'completely unacceptable'

Theresa May has called comments by Donald Trump about oppositon congresswomen from black and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds "completely unacceptable".

Bones of missing backpacker Erwan Ferrieux found off Australian beach

Bones found in waters off a beach in Australia are believed to be the remains of a Frenchman missing since February, police have said.

Australian children caught by police after driving 600 miles

Four children in Australia got into one of their parents' cars and drove for more than 600 miles (around 1,000km) before being stopped by police the following day.

Trade war damage as China growth slows to 27-year low

China's economic growth slowed to its weakest level since 1992 in the second quarter of the year - damaged by the country's trade war with the US.

Apollo 11: Eleven things you didn't know about the moon landings

The 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission which took man to the moon is fast approaching, and the story will be retold many times - but what are the secrets that people aren't really aware of?

Hunt says UK and US are in disagreement over Iran nuclear deal

Jeremy Hunt has said the UK and the US are in disagreement over the nuclear deal with Iran.

Britain, France and Germany fear Iran nuclear deal collapse as tensions rise

Britain France and Germany say they fear the Iran nuclear deal is at risk of collapsing after the US pulled out of the agreement and reimposed sanctions which has seen escalating tensions in the Gulf.

Trump hits back after accusations of racism over 'go back' tweet

Donald Trump has hit back after being accused of making "racist and disgusting" remarks about Democratic congresswomen from black and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.

Rafi Peretz: Israeli minister condemned for saying gay conversion therapy 'works'

An Israeli government minister has been widely condemned for saying gay conversion therapy works, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netenyahu calling his remarks "unacceptable".

Protesters clash with riot police in Hong Kong shopping centre

Protesters demanding the resignation of Hong Kong's chief executive have clashed with riot police in a mainland shopping centre in Sha Tin.

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