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Eggs scandal: 700,000 distributed in UK

About 700,000 eggs from Dutch farms in a contamination scare are in the UK, officials say. Source: BBC

North Korea Guam missile strike plan ‘ready by mid-August’

Pyongyang says plans that could see it fire four missiles near the US territory will soon be ready. Source: BBC

North Korea not imminent threat, says Rex Tillerson

Top US diplomat Rex Tillerson strikes a cautious tone as Donald Trump boasts of US nuclear strength. Source: BBC

Operation Sanctuary: Newcastle child sex network convicted

Vulnerable girls and young women were plied with alcohol and drugs and then forced to have sex. Source: BBC

Operation Sanctuary: How police brought down a network of sex offenders

It is the biggest investigation into sexual exploitation by Northumbria Police. Source: BBC

Country star Glen Campbell dies at 81

Rhinestone Cowboy singer Glen Campbell dies at the age of 81, his family says. Source: BBC

Donald Trump threatens ‘fury’ against N Korea

The US leader vows to respond with "fire and fury" as North Korea reportedly ups its nuclear threat. Source: BBC

Manchester Airport pipe bomb plot: Nadeem Muhammad guilty

Prosecutors said Nadeem Muhammad intended to detonate the device on a Ryanair flight to Bergamo. Source: BBC

Firms face £17m fine if they fail to protect against hackers

The crackdown on poor cyber-security is aimed at protecting key services such as energy and transport. Source: BBC

Judge approves suicidal girl care plan

The senior family court judge previously said society should be "ashamed" for not protecting the teenager. 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