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London man ‘training to cure autism’ filmed abusing client

"Horrifying" practices are exposed that purport to cure people with autism, during which clients are subjected to shouting and intimidation. Source: BBC

Pangolin: The most trafficked mammal in the world

A conference in South Africa could make the trade in pangolin illegal. Source: BBC

Star Wars memorabilia on show in London

At least 200 original props, costumes and models used in the filming of the Star Wars franchise will go on show to the British public later this year. Source: BBC

Retro Report: Difficult Questions: How Much the Clinton-Trump Debates Matter

Whether bloopers and snappy retorts are presidential game changers has been disputed since the John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon faced off in 1960.

A Play Timed to Trump’s Candidacy Asks What If

Mirroring similar theatrical efforts, Berkeley Rep stages an adaptation of a Sinclair Lewis novel about a vain nominee inveighing against a religious minority.

Plan to Let Migrant Children Attend School Enrages Many Greeks

Citing health concerns and cultural differences, parents and officials in Greece want to keep refugee camp children out of local schools.

Facebook post leads to Jordanian atheist writer’s murder

Nahed Hattar was starting trial for posting a cartoon deemed offensive to Islam; a local imam gunned him down at trial’s start

Sports of The Times: Are You Ready for Some Football … and Riot Gear...

The fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, N.C., brought a different tenor to the Carolina Panthers’ game.

Illnesses associated with lifestyle cost the NHS £11bn

Health problems related to the way we live are costing the NHS in England alone around £11bn each year. Source: BBC

Tyson Fury will never fight again – Hearn

Promoter Eddie Hearn does not think Tyson Fury will return to the ring after pulling out of his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko. Source: BBC

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Pope Francis rejects “martyr” label for suicide bombers

Pope Francis said true martyrs don't harm others but rather are meek, honest and persecuted for their faith as true children of God

Ex-diplomat on why Putin aims to “chip away at American influence”

William Burns says Washington needs to send a firm message to Moscow

Public sector pay cap under review, No 10 suggests

Ministers hint the 1% limit could be lifted as a Labour move to scrap it is defeated in Parliament. Source: BBC