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We believe that is coming to an end now. We'll bring you the latest from that. Jeremy Corbyn has a wobble as his plans to focus on grassroots football are overshadowed by the row over national security. Also today: Family trouble - claims Donald Trump's son-in-law had undisclosed contact with the Russians during the presidential campaign. The president is at the G7 Summit with other world leaders
The Iran Project
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Iran announced in mid-March that applicants can go on Hajj pilgrimage this year following negotiations with Saudi officials after a hiatus in the wake of a diplomatic row with the kingdom. In 2016, more than 1.8 million pilgrims attended Hajj, but Iranians stayed at home after tensions between Riyadh and Tehran boiled over following a deadly crush of people during the 2015 pilgrimage. On September 2, 2015, thousands of people lost their lives in the deadly crush after Saudi authorities blocked a road in Mina during a ritual, forcing large crowds of pilgrims to collide. The crush was the deadliest incident in the history of the pilgrimage. According to an Associated Press count based on official statements from the 36 countries that lost citizens in the disaster, more than 2,400 pilgrims were killed in the incident. Saudi Arabia claims nearly 770 people were killed, but officials at Iran’s Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization say about 4,700 people, including over 460 Iranian pilgrims, lost their lives.
The Guardian
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West Briton
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Have you ever dreamed of having your very own hot tub? These are the Cornish homes currently for sale that offer just that.Summer is on the horizon and what better way to relax in the sun than in your own private hot tub?If you're currently on the hunt for a new home and are planning on throwing a moving in party or two, you may want to take a look at the following properties that come pre-packed with their very own hot tubs.From outdoor tubs that provide a front row seat to spectacular ocean...
Derby Telegraph
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A pair of thugs from Derby left one of their victims in fear of his life when they picked up weapons and fought in the street over a neighbour dispute. Jonathan Berrisford picked up a broken chair leg and banged on a neighbour's door so hard it ricocheted back and hit him in the face during the altercation in Abingdon Street. His friend Nathan Bates then armed himself with a pair of garden shears as he went to defend Berrisford during the row, which was over children playing in...
Nottingham Evening Post
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A loud booming noise has been heard above Nottingham and people are desperate to find out what it was. The unexplained noise has been described as a roaring and rumbling noise, which has happened every few minutes over night. Many people have taken to Twitter to try and find out where it is coming from with one person saying: It sounds like the war of the worlds in Nottingham at the moment. Unknown catastrophically loud noise every two...
ITV4
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somewhere between Gortin and McAdoo. So, McGee back in second place. Well, is it going to be three second places in a row for Derek McGee, or is he coming up the outside? Yes, he is. Did Adam McLean go VERY slowly into this corner, then? But, McGee... Yeah, into Mackney
Nottingham Evening Post
3 hours
A loud booming noise has been heard above Nottingham and people are desperate to find out what it was. The unexplained noise has been described as a roaring and rumbling noise, which has happened every few minutes over night. Many people have taken to Twitter to try and find out where it is coming from with one person saying: It sounds like the war of the worlds in Nottingham at the moment. Unknown catastrophically loud noise every two...
ITV4
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Now, that's James Cowton, 52. Well, red flag and a restart, all to do again. Derek Sheils nearest the camera gets away best, for the second time in a row
BBC News 24
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about other eyewitness interviews and some of the images shown on television. On Wednesday, the diplomatic row with the United States developed after the New York Times printed close-up photographs of fragments of the bomb used and the apparent tattered remains of the backpack that held it. Those photographs were also shown on BBC News, prompting Craig Rolfe to beg, please stop showing the pictures.
ITV4
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On Row 9 Browning and Digby. The grid completed by Elite Motorsports Greg Johnson. Here we go, then. Round five about to get under way. Lights on. Lights out! Gamble very quick
ITV4
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Then Gamble and McKenna on Row 2. Dyson and Luff on Row 3. Row 4, the man who led the Championship after Brands, Priaulx, then Smalley, Dineen and Samra. Collard and King on Row 6. Row 7 - a quick lad in race two, Jewiss, but a non-finish. Then Canning, Grady and del Sarte
Derby Telegraph
4 hours
A pair of thugs from Derby left one of their victims in fear of his life when they picked up weapons and fought in the street over a neighbour dispute. Jonathan Berrisford picked up a broken chair leg and banged on a neighbour's door so hard it ricocheted back and hit him in the face during the altercation in Abingdon Street. His friend Nathan Bates then armed himself with a pair of garden shears as he went to defend Berrisford during the row, which was over children playing in...
ITV4
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Mundy and Fairbrother on Row 8. Shamus Jennings and Dockerill on Row 9. Row 10 - Parsons and Cammish. Yes, really. Row 11 is Matt Telling and Rupert Martin. Round four of the Porsche Carrera Cup about to get under way
ITV4
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Channel 4
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and over to Bruce and John, your commentators. 18 laps ahead of us. The red lights are on. Stuart Hall's on pole position. Gets to the start. Great jump from Nearburg in the second row of the grid, but he couldn't make it through the middle
ITV4
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home team drew their previous three home games in a row, and the one-one result with Freiburg sealed their fate. Naldo was back from injury for.
Channel 4
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You never know. And now the gaps on the junior leaderboard are bigger. But Creighton's third-place is under threat. Eight stages down here down at the Rally of Scotland with two to go, just 1.4 seconds separates this man here, Freddie Ahlin going for his third win in a row and this man,.
France 24
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"We have coordinated with the immigration department, we will guard until she leaves for Australia," said Hadi Purnomo, police chief of the Balinese capital Denpasar. She is expected to fly out of Bali at around 10:00 pm (1400 GMT) and touch down in the city of Brisbane early Saturday. Corby was convicted in 2005. The end of her sentence was brought forward after she received several remissions for good behaviour, and a five-year cut following an appeal to clemency to the Indonesian president. Indonesia has stepped up its campaign against drug use since Corby was jailed. Two Australians were put to death alongside six other foreigners and one Indonesian in April 2015 for drug smuggling, sparking a serious diplomatic row between Jakarta and Canberra.
BBC News 24
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compassion but also authority when it was needed. Over the days that followed, though, there were further complaints about other eyewitness interviews and some of the images shown on television. On Wednesday, the diplomatic row with the United States developed.
Voice Of America
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S. Midwest, where the winner chugs a quart of milk rather than expensive French champagne, the Indy 500 is a unique American event. This year 33 drivers, including four rookies, from 10 countries and both sexes will take the green flag. Scott Dixon, the 2008 winner, grabbed pole position last weekend on a Sunday full of drama that began with his taking P1 and ended with a gun pointed to his head during a robbery while he was buying fast food at a drive-through restaurant. Lining up alongside the popular New Zealander in the front row will be Indianapolis native and two-time pole sitter Ed Carpenter and last year's winner, Alexander Rossi. 'We come here to win' "This is the biggest event on the calendar each year, and it's the one we set out to win first," said Dixon. "We finished second here a couple of times, and it's almost the worst place to finish when you come so close.
BBC News 24
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life, and right now, like us to model is. Plus the row over Netflix showing its films at the festival. When Netflix's name appeared, there were boos. And we look back at Cannes through the decades. All that on this.
Sky News
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hiatus. We are getting I think a pretty ferocious row going? I think so. The Conservative party have said things about how Britain's actions overseas can lead to this. It has been quite rowdy, the gloves are off
BBC News 24
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