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1. 14 Moment Asda worker FAINTS while chatting to a shocked Prince Charles before helpers rush to his aid... but the unflappable royal moves on to speak to another staff member Mail Online
2. 13 Glee star Naya Rivera's heartbroken ex-husband Ryan Dorsey comforts their son Josey, four, after the boy was found alone and asleep on a boat on a Californian lake - as 100 police join search for his missing mother Mail Online
3. 11 Puppy love! Man bursts into tears of joy when his wife surprises him with a dog for his 25th birthday  Mail Online
4. 10 Heartbreaking CCTV footage shows Glee star Naya Rivera and her son Josey boarding a boat on a California lake hours before she is believed to have drowned - as jet skier seen nearby could hold clues to her 'tragic accident' Mail Online
5. 'This is intolerable' Fearful Australians in Hong Kong hasten plans to leave The Guardian
6. A healthy hack! Dentist shares VERY simple trick for making disposable surgical face masks 'more protective'  Mail Online
7. Experts say 'unknown pneumonia' sweeping through Kazakhstan is likely to be undetected Covid-19 cases despite Chinese claims - as video shows grieving families queuing outside morgues Mail Online
8. Moment thieves steal a Mercedes in under 30 seconds - as shocking data shows car thefts are soaring with 300 cases A DAY (but just 0.6% end with a conviction)  Mail Online
9. Severely colourblind man, 44, breaks down in tears as he sees a rainbow of vivid colors for the very first time while wearing special £280 glasses given to him by his sons for Father's Day  Mail Online
10. British public school teacher, 62, is on the brink of death on day 40 of hunger strike following 12-year feud with Marriott Hotels over a car park built next to his Bangkok flat Mail Online
11. New York Mayor helps paint 'Black Lives Matter' outside Trump Tower The Guardian
12. UK has opted out of EU coronavirus vaccine programme, sources say The Guardian
13. Drama queen! Hilarious moment girl cries and claims father's hair-brushing hurts - before he has even started Mail Online
14. Ellie Goulding  The Guardian
15. A little girl's last moments: Russian child, eight, who ran away from her parents following an argument is raped and killed 'after she was picked up in a car by a married couple' Mail Online
16. Britain salutes its sweetheart: Dame Vera Lynn is honoured with a flypast from two Spitfires as crowds line the streets of her Sussex village for her funeral - on the 80th anniversary of start of Battle of Britain Mail Online
17. Coronavirus Helen Clark: WHO inquiry aims to 'stop the world being blindsided again'  The Guardian
18. Eeek! Daring mouse goes nose-to-nose with a huge cat but the curious moggy just wants to SNIFF it Mail Online
19. Nikki Haley Ex-ambassador positions herself to lead GOP The Guardian
20. Park Won-soon Death of Seoul mayor after harassment allegation shocks South Korea The Guardian
21. Srebrenica Genocide denial gains ground 25 years after massacre The Guardian
22. Texas Border county had 'model' Covid-19 response â€" then the governor stepped in The Guardian
23. US Fauci says he hasn't briefed Trump in two months as cases rise The Guardian
24. 'Russia bounties' plot Top US general vows response if military confirms intelligence reports  The Guardian
25. A new school in India will prioritise happiness instead of grades The Independent
26. Analysis WHO's Covid-19 inquiry is a shrewd move in a sea of disinformation The Guardian
27. Duke of York 'appalled' by Epstein sex allegations as footage emerges of the royal at financier's New York flat The Daily Telegraph
28. Holidaymakers left fuming as Foreign Office tells ALL tourists not to go on cruises due to coronavirus risk - after previously urging only over-70s to avoid them - just as restrictions on travel are lifted Mail Online
29. Jada Pinkett Smith admits she DID have an affair with rapper August Alsina while married to Will Smith as couple sit down for bombshell tell-all confessional  Mail Online
30. New York Hungry rats torment diners after lockdown famine The Guardian
31. Not so fast! US sprinter Noah Lyles smashes Usain Bolt's 200m world record - before being told he had only run 185m after organisers put the starting line in the WRONG place Mail Online
32. Serving up tennis tips! Kate Middleton and Sir Andy Murray join a video call with London schoolchildren to mark what would have been Wimbledon finals weekend Mail Online
33. Syria Idlib reports first Covid-19 case and braces for fresh disaster The Guardian
34. US Ghislaine Maxwell requests bail release due to 'unprecedented' Covid-19 risks The Guardian
35. 'People want blood and gore' What we got wrong about filming sharks The Guardian
36. Al-Jazeera Police interrogate five journalists accused of sedition in Malaysia The Guardian
37. Brigadier Christopher Pike, showed remarkable courage and leadership during actions with the Gurkha Rifles – obituary The Daily Telegraph
38. Distressing moment starving dog with its muzzle bound by a plastic band tries to eat food off the street after escaping from meat vendors Mail Online
39. Enormous 1.4BILLION light-year long structure dubbed the 'South Pole Wall' is found in space containing hundreds of thousands of galaxies Mail Online
40. Footage shows 'horrific conditions' endured by chickens in egg farm The Independent
41. France Bus driver dies after attack by passengers who refused masks The Guardian
42. Global report Bolivia president and Venezuela's Socialist party leader test positive  The Guardian
43. Influencer sparks coronavirus fears for hermit, 76 - who has lived outside of civilisation in Siberia all her life - after chartering a helicopter to visit her and HUGGING her Mail Online
44. Islamic State bomber kills 63 at Afghan wedding in worst attack in months The Daily Telegraph
45. London woman named world's best teacher with $1m prize The Independent
46. New York Mayor is heckled and called a 'douchebag' as he paints huge Black Lives Matter mural - that President called a 'symbol of hate' - on Fifth Avenue right outside his home in Trump Tower Mail Online
47. New Zealand: man cuts through fence to escape Covid-19 quarantine and buy alcohol The Guardian
48. Poldark episode 6 review: the series slowly sinks in the west - but do viewers really care? The Daily Telegraph
49. Terrifying moment new tyre flies off car and crashes into oncoming vehicle shortly after it was fitted  Mail Online
50. The bot that rocks the cradle! Creepy robotic smart crib will automatically jog crying babies back to sleep 'without parents needing to wake in the middle of the night' Mail Online
51. UK Holidaymakers urged to avoid cruise ships The Guardian
52. US Disney World set to reopen at weekend despite coronavirus surge in Florida The Guardian
53. US Dr Fauci says states with surging cases should pause reopening efforts The Guardian
54. Who lives in a house like this? Monty the Maltese takes viewers on a tour of his owner's London home in Celebrity Snoop Dogs - but can YOU guess who owns the bespoke guitar, floral garland and glass chandelier? Mail Online
55. Wildlife Traffickers target lion, jaguar and leopard body parts as tiger substitutes The Guardian
56. 'Cute but cruel' The crime drama hailed a Chinese TV milestone The Guardian
57. 'Formula 1 is open to ANYONE!': Bernie Ecclestone hits back at Lewis Hamilton's claim that ethnic minorities are under-represented - and says he's 'never met a black person I don't like' Mail Online
58. 'I do NOT accept the apology': Asian American man who was insulted by British tech entrepreneur and told 'Trump is gonna f*** you' at a family birthday party in California says abusive diner only said sorry to 'save face' Mail Online
59. 'Nonsense' to suggest Russia poisoned Salisbury spy, claims Putin The Independent
60. 'We're desperate to dance' Britons in Mallorca express relief over quarantine easing The Guardian
61. Bikini-clad woman is thrown to the ground by Spanish police after crashing her car then dancing by the smashed vehicles Mail Online
62. Boris Johnson urges Britons to 'go BACK INTO work if you can' in dramatic reversal of government's 'work FROM HOME if you can' edict as he says country must try to 'live more normally' Mail Online
63. Brexit Committee bitter row over plan to delay EU withdrawal The Independent
64. British woman killed fighting for all-female Kurdish militia in Syria The Independent
65. Chilling CCTV shows jilted boyfriend stalking the streets moments before he crept into his heavily pregnant ex lover's home as she slept and stabbed her to death in jealous rage - killing his unborn baby - before taking a driving lesson hours later  Mail Online
66. Chinese virologist claims Beijing DID cover up coronavirus outbreak and says she has had to flee Hong Kong because 'I know how they treat whistleblowers' Mail Online
67. Claw meets paw! Playful golden retriever chases a crab around beach despite it trying to pinch  Mail Online
68. Dad's Army: the classic sitcom that refuses to surrender The Daily Telegraph
69. Frank Lampard laments Chelsea's loss of control after rampant start as Leicester leave them clinging on The Daily Telegraph
70. Grizzly! Man walking to work is viciously mauled by an enraged bear before escaping when a passer-by beats it with a stick in India  Mail Online
71. India Police kill notorious gangster suspected of murdering officers The Guardian
72. Inter Milan hope to take Manchester United's Alexis Sanchez on season-long loan The Daily Telegraph
73. Iran warns US against seizing tanker at sea as re-named Grace-1 1eaves Gibraltar The Daily Telegraph
74. Jihadi Jack: Canada accuses UK of 'off-loading its responsibilities' by stripping Isil fighter of citizenship The Daily Telegraph
75. Johnny Depp Actor denies hurling phone at Amber Heard during breakup The Guardian
76. Johnny Depp savages Amber Heard in High Court by claiming she 'drank two bottles of wine a night', repeatedly secretly filmed him and 'all hell would break loose' if he didn't follow her rules or 'feed the attention she wanted'  Mail Online
77. Lawyers seek $20m from porn star for saying she had affair with Trump The Independent
78. Médecins Sans Frontières Medical charity is 'institutionally racist', say 1,000 insiders The Guardian
79. Mexico Trump claims US would be 'inundated' with Covid-19 were it not for border wall The Guardian
80. Michael Cohen Trump's ex-fixer back in custody over early-release rule breach The Guardian
81. Militants to be executed for hacking shrine worker to death The Independent
82. Park Won-soon Seoul mayor found dead after being reported missing The Guardian
83. Poet Laureate says he will not pen verses to mark Brexit on Oct 31 - so Jacob Rees-Mogg offers suggestions  The Daily Telegraph
84. Pop Smoke Five arrested in connection with Brooklyn rapper's killing The Guardian
85. Pylon explodes into ‘fireball’ seconds after Didcot power station demolition The Daily Telegraph
86. Revealed UK firm with links to Gove and Cummings given Covid-19 contract without open tender The Guardian
87. Russian sailor's 50-year-old message in a bottle found on Alaskan shore The Daily Telegraph
88. Scaredy cat! Leopard cub jumps six feet into the air after sister terrifies him by creeping up from behind at South African watering hole  Mail Online
89. Scientists using AI to decipher bad handwriting of Isambard Kingdom Brunel in bid to discover his secrets The Daily Telegraph
90. South African farmers say they are subject to 'horrific attacks' The Independent
91. Steve Smith will face fast bowlers in Headingley nets before decision made on fitness for third Ashes Test The Daily Telegraph
92. Struggling 'Boris bus' maker Wrightbus seeks Chinese cash The Daily Telegraph
93. Swim on sharks, nothing to see here Could fake kelp prevent attacks? The Guardian
94. The Queen's Lost Family, part 2 review: Prince Edward and his misbehaving brothers bring the Royal Family to the brink The Daily Telegraph
95. The race to make Elon Musk's vision of a 700mph hyperloop a reality in Europe The Daily Telegraph
96. Thousands across Europe march in protest against racial discrimination The Independent
97. Trudeau PM faces calls for criminal investigation into family's charity links The Guardian
98. Turkey Court ruling paves way for Hagia Sophia to revert to mosque The Guardian
99. UK Boris Johnson plans radical shake-up of NHS in bid to regain more control The Guardian
100. Unlikely hero Marnus Labuschagne makes his name with Smithsonian innings to preserve Australia's Ashes lead The Daily Telegraph




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