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Brexit: UK position paper opposes Irish border posts

The future management of the border is one of three main priorities in the UK-EU talks. Source: BBC

Grenfell fire: Terms of reference published

The inquiry will look at Kensington and Chelsea Council - but not broader issues of social housing. Source: BBC

Brexit: UK suggests ‘untested’ customs system with EU

The government publishes more details of how it wants customs checks to work after Brexit. Source: BBC

N Korea leader ‘briefed’ on Guam plan but opts to wait

Kim Jong-un reviews plans for firing at Guam, but opts to watch the US before acting, state media say. Source: BBC

Trump condemns ‘evil racism’ in Charlottesville

The US president speaks out against far-right groups after the killing of a protester in Virginia. Source: BBC

Sierra Leone mudslide kills hundreds as houses are buried

There are fears for many who may have been asleep when the mudslide hit near Freetown, Sierra Leone. Source: BBC

London’s Garden Bridge project officially abandoned

The Garden Bridge Trust says it is winding up the £200m project as London's mayor does not back it. Source: BBC

Charlottesville: White House defends Trump response

The president was criticised for not saying enough to condemn the far-right violence in Charlottesville. Source: BBC

World Championships 2017: Great Britain win relay silver & bronze

Great Britain's women win silver in the 4x400m relay and the men's quartet take bronze on the closing night of the World Championships. Source: BBC

Syria war: Killing of White Helmet workers condemned

The US and UN express sadness after seven White Helmet members were killed in a jihadist-held town. Source: BBC

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Trump stance on Charlottesville violence angers Republicans

Leading Republicans reject Mr Trump's view that "both sides" were to blame for Saturday's violence. Source: BBC

Birmingham bin strike called off

Acas said it had been agreed certain posts would be kept and bin collections could now resume. Source: BBC

¿A quién cita Barack Obama en el tuit con más “me gusta” en la...

El expresidente de Estados Unidos, Barack Obama, escribió tres mensajes el domingo para pronunciarse sobre los disturbios entre supremacistas blancos y opositores que ocurrieron en Charlottesville, Virginia, y que dejó un fallecido y al menos 19 heridos. El martes uno de sus tuits se convirtió en el más gustado en la historia de la red social. Fuente: bbcmundo.com