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World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth's new raid, Uldir, is now playable in both Normal and Heroic difficulties. World of Warcraft players have more to look forward alongside the Uldir raid, which went live yesterday. There are new world bosses, and the first season of Rated PvP and Mythic Keystone dungeons are live. In Uldir,... [Read More]
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Museum directors explain how to make art attractive to children with a variety of shows for summer viewing... [Read More]
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Members of British cabinet to resign since Monday... [Read More]
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Read more about Ajay Kumar Bhalla to be next union home secretary, to succeed Rajiv Gauba on Business Standard. According to an official order, Bhalla, a 1984 batch IAS officer of the Assam-Meghalaya cadre, will join the MHA with immediate effect... [Read More]
Read more about Report does not exonerate Trump, inquiry was independent and fair: Mueller on Business Standard. Trump has claimed that the Mueller inquiry resulted in the president's "complete and total exoneration." [Read More]
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Boris Johnson has promised to 'restore trust in democracy' in his first speech as prime minister. Standing outside the doors to number 10, he said: 'The people who bet against... [Read More]
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Read more about In pictures: July 24 celebrated as annual Income Tax Day from this year on Business Standard. Income tax was introduced for the first time in India on July 24, 1860, by James Wilson to compensate for the losses made by the British during the first war of independence... [Read More]
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Read more about Chandrayaan-2 expected to reach Moon on Aug 20, landing on Sept 7: Isro on Business Standard. Chandrayaan-2 will be orbiting the Earth for 23 days and on August 14, Isro will conduct the Trans Lunar Injection... [Read More]
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Tory leader set to announce new cabinet on Wednesday after string of resignations... [Read More]
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Netherlands and Belgium have hottest days ever recorded in heatwave linked by experts to climate change... [Read More]
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As the UK approaches the hottest day of the year, temperatures are so high roads are melting across the country. [Read More]
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Prime Minister Theresa May gave her final speech outside Downing Street, as she prepares to leave after a three-year premiership that was mired by crises over Brexit. Rough cut (no reporter narration).}... [Read More]
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British boy Raffi Pownall, who had a severe dairy allergy, was accidentally given a chocolate bar containing milk powder by his father.        ... [Read More]
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In a new defense strategy, Beijing warned against efforts to divide the country, citing protests in Hong Kong and support for independence for Taiwan, which Beijing claims as its own. [Read More]
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Extreme weather events such as heatwaves and flash floods are becoming ever more intense — hundreds of people have died in recent floods in South Asia. The coastal city of Zhuhai in China's south, which was battling floods just in May, is one of 30 model 'sponge cities' in China looking for solutions. DW talks to Nian She, director of Zhuhai's Tsinghua Innovation Center. [Read More]
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Indonesia's love of cheap, single-use plastic is wreaking havoc on the environment. [Read More]
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Top U.S. and Chinese negotiators will meet face-to-face next week for the first time since the countries' leaders agreed in June to revive talks aimed at ending a yearlong trade war between the world's two largest economies. [Read More]
The New York Times has struck a different tone on relations with Russia. In a piece by the paper's editorial board, it suggests that America should improve ties ... [Read More]
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Boris Johnson made his first speech after becoming British Prime Minister on Wednesday. [Read More]
Boris Johnson took office as British prime minister on Wednesday, vowing to implement the result of the 2016 Brexit referendum and lead Britain out of the European Union on Oct. 31 with "no ifs or buts". [Read More]
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