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Prince Harry, Meghan release touching photo of son Archie to mark Father's Day
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More than 400 enthusiastic riders competed in events inspired by equestrian sports.
Watch: Young competitors put hobby horses through their paces for Finnish Championships
Two oil tankers near the strategic Strait of Hormuz were reportedly attacked on Thursday, an assault that left one ablaze and adrift as sailors were evacuated from both vessels and the U.S. Navy rushed to assist amid heightened tensions between Washington and Tehran.
Iran summons UK diplomat amid rising tanker attack tensions
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The April 15 blaze ravaged the building’s roof and toppled its masterpiece spire.
Notre Dame Cathedral celebrates first mass since devastating fire
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Iran denies the claims, but the US military has released a video it says shows Iranian forces at one of the ships.
UK joins US in condemning Iran for tanker attacks as Arab League chief tells Iranians to 'be careful'
Top from left: Michael Gove, Dominic Raab, Jeremy Hunt, and bottom from left: Sajid Javid, Boris Johnson, Rory Stewart.
UK leader race down to six contenders, Boris Johnson in front
People mourn at the Grenfell tower to mark the two-year anniversary of the Grenfell Tower block fire in London, Friday, June 14, 2019. Survivors, neighbors and politicians including London Mayor Sadiq Khan attended a church service of remembrance on Friday for the Grenfell Tower blaze, the deadliest fire on British soil since World War II. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
High-rise fires still a major worry two years after Grenfell blaze
Workers, top, fix a net to cover one of the iconic stained glass windows of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, Sunday, April 21, 2019. The fire that engulfed Notre Dame during Holy Week forced worshippers to find other places to attend Easter services, and the Paris diocese invited them to join Sunday's Mass at the grandiose Saint-Eustache Church on the Right Bank of the Seine River. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
Small donors, not French tycoons, help pay Notre Dame works
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Sinha is currently in New Zealand as the quiz show continues to be popular here.
UK comedian and The Chase star Paul Sinha diagnosed with Parkinson's disease
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Seven dogs were also evacuated from the scene on St. Petersburg's Vasilyevsky Island.
Three-hundred cats rescued after fire engulfs animal shelter in Russia
Britain's Conservative Party lawmaker Boris Johnson gestures as he speaks during the official launch of his leadership campaign, in London, Wednesday June 12, 2019. Boris Johnson solidified his front-runner status in the race to become Britain's next prime minister on Tuesday, gaining backing from leading pro-Brexit lawmakers.(AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
Boris Johnson takes strong lead in race to be next UK prime minister
Black Caps share points with India after another Cricket World Cup washout
UK signs extradition order to send Julian Assange to the US
Critics of new plus-sized mannequins called out for 'fat phobia', experts defend Nike's messaging
Monty Python actor Michael Palin receives knighthood
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CJ Bott and Sarah Gregorius say the team knows they can rally from the defeat for their next two games.
Opinion: Bouncing back from their first loss won't be easy, but there's something special about this Football Ferns side
Hundreds detained in Moscow protest over alleged police set up of prominent journalist
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Marc Chapman was reduced to tears thanking his parents after winning this year's World Crazy Golf Championships.
Pressure, passion and putting: Take a look inside the crazy but growing world of competitive mini-golf
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Looks like the royal couple have some hidden talents, judging by their efforts in Kaswick, northern England.
Watch: Prince William and Kate shear sheep, put their rural skills to the test
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CJ Bott and Sarah Gregorius say the team knows they can rally from the defeat for their next two games.
'Disappointed' Football Ferns shaking off World Cup loss to Netherlands, turn attention to rest of pool play
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Ivan Kolokoltsev was released from custody after police found “no proof of his part in a crime.”
Drug charges dropped after alleged setup of prominent Russian journalist
Radiohead to release music stolen for ransom to save climate campaigners
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Cristiano Ronaldo stops Portugal team bus to take heart-warming photo with young, sick fan
 a man holding a toilet brush to Emre Belozoglu of Turkish National Football Team as he speaks to media upon their arrival at Keflavik Airport, in Reykjavik, Iceland
Turkish footballer has toilet brush shoved near face during bizarre arrival in Iceland
FILE - In this Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019 file photo, Britain's  arrives at Downing Street. London. British Environment Secretary Michael Gove has on Friday, June 7 admitted using cocaine on “several occasions” two decades ago, as Conservative Party leadership hopefuls rush to admit past sins and avoid any surprises during what is expected to be a heated contest. Gove is the latest candidate in the race to replace Prime Minister Theresa May to acknowledge using banned substances. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham, File)
UK prime ministerial hopeful Michael Gove admits past use of cocaine
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Tom Sermanni added nerves haven't crept into the "loud, noisy, talkative" camp ahead of their first game.
Football Ferns coach says experience crucial to their World Cup campaign
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A haka expert has criticised the actor for performing the traditional dance at a world heritage site.
Kiwi actor Manu Bennett criticised after performing haka naked in Romania
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This comes after a cruise ship struck a much smaller tourist boat injuring five people.
Thousands protest in Venice against cruise ships
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Jason Roy floors umpire with big hit as England rebound in CWC win over Bangladesh
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Jimmy Neesham snags five-wicket haul as Black Caps dominate Afghanistan in seven-wicket World Cup win
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