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1. 31 Five-foot mini-TSUNAMI strikes Spanish resorts in Majorca and Menorca, deluging roads and flooding beach bars and terraces  Mail Online
2. 21 Trade Dover-Calais 'facing economic catastrophe' The Guardian
3. 20 No-deal Brexit would be no disaster, say Leavers amid growing public support for walking away from the negotiations  Mail Online
4. 18 True story of how Prince Philip's DNA solved Russian Romanov murder mystery The Daily Telegraph
5. 16 Meghan and Harry pay tribute to Nelson Mandela as they tour new London exhibition dedicated to the life of the anti-apartheid hero and meet his granddaughter Mail Online
6. 14 Chequers deal is dead, say Brexiteers, after Theresa May caves in to demands The Daily Telegraph
7. 14 Disingenuous Remainers propose a second referendum as a means of undoing Brexit The Daily Telegraph
8. 14 Revealed: What the colour of your urine can tell you about your health - and the exact shade when you need to reach for a bottle of water this summer Mail Online
9. 12 Tory Remainer rebels seek Brexit revenge as they aim for Government defeat over customs plan The Daily Telegraph
10. 11 BECKHAM PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: David, 43, kicks back with a beer as he hits the beach with wife Victoria and all four of their children on family holiday in Croatia Mail Online
11. 11 Donald Trump Surrender to Russia outrages Democrats and Republicans The Guardian
12. 11 Girl, 17, stabbed to death in broad daylight in the street becomes 82nd victim of London's violent crime epidemic Mail Online
13. 11 Mother reveals how a £5 bar of SOAP cleared up her four-year-old daughter's chronic eczema in just SEVEN days Mail Online
14. 10 'Putin's poodle' Newspapers declare Trump a traitor The Guardian
15. 10 Theresa scrapes through again: May sees off Tory Brexit rebellion after party bosses warned a defeat would topple her as PM and trigger another General Election Mail Online
16. Heartbroken fiancée pays tribute to her 'soulmate' who 'hanged himself' three weeks after his brother - as it's revealed the siblings were friends with tragic Love Island star Sophie Gradon and her boyfriend  Mail Online
17. Two fans DIE as France's World Cup celebrations are marred by violence with police deploying tear gas and water cannon as a MILLION people partied into the night on the Champs-Élysées  Mail Online
18. India All Mother Teresa homes inspected amid baby-selling scandal The Guardian
19. Is Trump beholden to Putin? Summit does not dispel theory The Guardian
20. Japan-EU trade Deal framed as antidote to Trump protectionism The Guardian
21. Live Trump and Putin's landmark meeting Last updated 9 minutes ago BBC News
22. Moment 'lava bomb' hits Hawaii tour boat The Daily Telegraph
23. Seven MILLION Britons will be hit by first hosepipe ban in six years and more curbs could follow as forecasters warn there'll be hardly any rain for rest of the month Mail Online
24. Will Republicans punish Trump for his performance with Putin? The Guardian
25. 'It's a racist witch hunt': Immigration judge slams case against her as she appears in court with two colleagues and six lawyers over plot to 'scam legal aid system out of £12.6million' Mail Online
26. Barack Obama Former US president criticises 'strongman politics' in coded attack on Trump The Guardian
27. British woman is IMPALED by a beach umbrella in New Jersey seaside resort after freak gust of wind drives it through her ankle  Mail Online
28. Croatia's real World Cup star? The president in the stands The Guardian
29. Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit Nelson Mandela centenary celebration The Daily Telegraph
30. EXCLUSIVE: Elle Macpherson, 54, is dating discredited British doctor Andrew Wakefield, 60, who was banned from practising in UK after he linked the MMR jab to autism Mail Online
31. Fans' fury as Manchester United unveil their most expensive home kit ever with 'authentic' version of shirt, shorts and socks costing an eye-watering £183 Mail Online
32. On-the-run gangster taunts police by posing outside their headquarters after sneaking back into UK on secret helicopter flight Mail Online
33. Trump-Russia Trump flips â€" then flips again â€" a day after downplaying Russian interference The Guardian
34. Brexit May faces defeat as Labour backs customs union amendment The Guardian
35. Brexit May narrowly heads off defeat after caving in to Brexit hardliners The Guardian
36. David Davis: Britain risks 'giving up a real future' over Brexit The Daily Telegraph
37. Heartbroken Kate Moss breaks her silence following death of her close friend Annabelle Neilson, 49, as socialite's 'devastated' family reveal she died of a heart attack  Mail Online
38. Londoner goes off-grid by ditching his £400,000 mortgage and 'unfulfilling' city life to build a £4,000 'hobbit' eco-home in Welsh woodland made from materials he bought on eBay  Mail Online
39. Married family doctor 'dropped his towel and told housekeeper 'I'm looking for some fun' as she cleaned his luxury apartment' Mail Online
40. Mother-of-two is branded a 'planet rapist' by anonymous neighbour who pinned a note to her front door after she concreted over her garden  Mail Online
41. No-deal Brexit would leave EU worse off than UK amid big consequences for all, warns Carney The Daily Telegraph
42. Science 12 new moons orbiting Jupiter found, with one on collision course The Guardian
43. Socialite Annabelle Neilson, 49, feared she was 'cursed' after failing as a children's author and 'had battled depression for years' before she was found dead at her £3million home, friends reveal Mail Online
44. 'I want that plane and I want to sit on those super cool chairs!' Viewers are transfixed by glimpses inside Air Force One in Piers Morgan's interview with Donald Trump Mail Online
45. Architect with first class degree who became bodybuilding champion died at 39 from sepsis contracted through his secret cocaine habit Mail Online
46. Barry George - the loner acquitted of killing Jill Dando - reveals he is still looking over his shoulder, almost 20 years after he walked free before being told at gunpoint: 'Watch your back' Mail Online
47. David Solomon: 'DJ Sol' - the record-spinning banker who will be the next boss of Goldman Sachs The Daily Telegraph
48. Deadly great white sharks and oceanic white-tips to arrive in British waters by 2050 The Daily Telegraph
49. Hosepipe ban anger as water company accused of ignoring leaks to boost profits  The Daily Telegraph
50. How Elon Musk went from tech superhero to internet villain The Daily Telegraph
51. Is this Britain's most hapless thief? Bungling crook who has accidentally dropped his wallet, phone and email at crime scenes is snared AGAIN after leaving behind his bank card  Mail Online
52. Kim Jong-un 'enraged' as he berates officials in rare public attack during inspection of overdue projects The Daily Telegraph
53. UK Genetically modified babies given go ahead by ethics body The Guardian
54. Vote Leave Group fined and reported to police by Electoral Commission The Guardian
55. When Tom met Nicole: the truth about Hollywood's 'endless honeymoon' The Daily Telegraph
56. 'Huge step back for Italy' Highest court accused of victim blaming over rape retrial The Guardian
57. 'Put it on the table': Angry Putin REFUSES to handle indictment naming his spies as US election meddlers in extraordinary TV confrontation Mail Online
58. 'Treasonous' Trump condemned after siding with Putin The Guardian
59. Amazon Prime Day CHAOS: Thousands of Spanish warehouse workers strike in protest over fair wages and working conditions, with Amazon staff in Germany and Poland set to follow suit Mail Online
60. Analysis How can the Brexit stalemate be broken? The Guardian
61. British bargain-hunters are hit by Amazon Prime Day site crash with web problems reported in London, Birmingham and Manchester Mail Online
62. Cities Residents in tourism hotspots have had enough. So what's the answer? The Guardian
63. Comedian Katherine Ryan jokes that her daughter's first sex education class left her 'disgusted' - and warns fellow Year Four parents to prepare for some VERY confused little ones Mail Online
64. Did the Queen 'troll Trump' with her BROOCHES? Royal fans point out her chosen jewels for his visit included a gift from the Obamas, a nod to Canada - and a pin worn at her father's funeral Mail Online
65. Former Commonwealth Games athlete, 25, becomes the FIRST black woman to win Miss Universe Great Britain in its 66-year history Mail Online
66. Goldman Sachs David Solomon, investment banker and part-time DJ, to lead bank The Guardian
67. Hawking predicted 'end of the universe' just before dying The Independent
68. Holidaymaker returns from Benidorm to find his car window smashed and jacket stolen after thieves broke into a dozen vehicles at 'safe and secure' Manchester Airport car park  Mail Online
69. Hong Kong Government moves to ban city's first pro-independence party The Guardian
70. How the EU fining Google could change your Android phone for good The Daily Telegraph
71. Huge iceberg threatens tiny Greenland village The Guardian
72. Hundreds flee homes in Australia as fires started by lightning rage The Independent
73. It's one of Europe's most proudly liberal nations. So why is Denmark banning the burka and threatening to end benefits for migrants whose children don't integrate?  Mail Online
74. Jealous ex, 54, who found photo of his half-naked girlfriend with another man on her phone posted it on Facebook in an act of revenge, court hears Mail Online
75. Jobs boost for Britain as the number of people in work hits record high of 32.4 million, new figures reveal Mail Online
76. Las Vegas resort sues victims of America's worst-ever mass shooting to stop them taking legal action The Daily Telegraph
77. Law ICC crime of aggression comes into effect without key signatories The Guardian
78. May avoids defeat over key customs union amendment as four Labour rebels' votes prove crucial The Daily Telegraph
79. Michael Gove faces calls to quit as Environment Secretary until police probes into Vote Leave are finished amid claims he helped run an 'illegal' Brexit campaign with Boris Johnson  Mail Online
80. Muslim woman is given her own private room to watch her husband's terror trial after she refused to take off her full-face veil in court  Mail Online
81. Pagans demand Thought for the Day slot  The Daily Telegraph
82. Pupils as young as 11 will be given hour-long knife crime lessons to steer them away from carrying a blade as the Home Office attempts to curb the rising rates of bloodshed in the streets Mail Online
83. Putin's puppet! Trump is ruthlessly mocked on social media after his 'disgraceful performance' during summit with Russian leader Mail Online
84. Remainer fury as Cable and Farron miss crucial Brexit debate decided by three votes The Daily Telegraph
85. Schoolgirl, 12, who has modelled for Boden and Tesco despite suffering severe cerebral palsy since birth wins £15m NHS compensation payout Mail Online
86. Special Forces veteran says stress of everyday life led to time in prison The Daily Telegraph
87. The long read The ugly scandal that cancelled the Nobel prize The Guardian
88. Theresa May's secret 'cloak and dagger' plot to foil Brexit revealed by minister who quit in protest The Daily Telegraph
89. Trump is branded 'nothing short of treasonous' by ex-CIA chief John Brennan after President hailed 'deeply productive' talks with Putin, as Russian leader admits he wanted The Donald to win the US election Mail Online
90. Vegan activist, 23, who stole a piglet from a farm and soothed it with Elvis songs as they made their getaway in his car is spared jail (while Wilbur the pig lives in an animal sanctuary) Mail Online
91. We built our own Telegraph air force The Daily Telegraph
92. What Jose Mourinho will hope to see from Man Utd's pre-season tour of America The Daily Telegraph
93. Who Is America? Sacha Baron Cohen channel defends show against claims of mocking US veterans The Guardian
94. Who Is America? Too frightening to be truly funny â€" review The Guardian
95. Why turning your fan around can help you sleep better in a heatwave The Daily Telegraph
96. Would you change your four-year-old's name? Parenting expert slams mother for considering 'ridiculous' switch to her daughter's moniker because of a bizarre dilemma Mail Online
97. 'Always go slightly too far' What makes ambush TV work? The Guardian
98. 'I slept with ALL five groomsmen': Maids of honour reveal how they almost ruined the wedding with their VERY naughty antics Mail Online
99. 'Increasingly absurd': Johnson attacks Russia on mission to ensure EU is on side The Independent
100. 'No collusion': Trump and Putin deny election meddling in TV interviews The Guardian

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