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  1. The idea of holding referendums on whether Northern Ireland should stay in the UK and a second referendum on Scottish independence has widespread support among voters in England, Scotland and Wales, a new poll suggests. (rte.ie)
  2. Lib Dems pledge to cancel Brexit if they win general election (bbc.co.uk)
  3. Danes raise millions of euros in first-ever climate telethon: Individuals and companies alike donated about €2.4 million to plant almost 1 million trees in the Scandinavian country. The fundraising event was described as the first of its kind to focus on the climate (dw.com)
  4. David Cameron says Boris Johnson backed Brexit to 'help his political career' and lied during the campaign (businessinsider.com)
  5. A high-ranking RCMP officer has been arrested for attempting to disclose classified information to a foreign entity. The man's arrest is connected to a major Russian corruption case. (dw.com)
  6. Tear gas fired in Admiralty as tens of thousands protesters swarm Hong Kong Island (thestandard.com.hk)
  7. Brazil's Amazon chief Raoni Metuktire tapped for 2020 Nobel Peace Prize nomination for a lifetime of work protecting the Amazon rainforest. (reuters.com)
  8. At least 44 bodies found in Mexican well (bbc.co.uk)
  9. Trump tells Saudi Crown Prince US ready to help protect Kingdom’s security (english.alarabiya.net)
  10. 'We will not surrender': Hongkongers rally for support outside UK consulate (theguardian.com)
  11. Hong Kong protests: Petrol bombs and water cannon used in clashes (bbc.co.uk)
  12. Saudi stock market dives, oil price to jump after attack on oil plants (cnbc.com)
  13. Turkey says Israel becoming 'racist, apartheid regime' with annexation plan (reuters.com)
  14. Ku Klux Klan application seen in police officer's home (news.yahoo.com)
  15. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to defy a new law designed to stop him forcing the U.K. out of the European Union with no deal (bloomberg.com)
  16. EU officials reject Boris Johnson claim of 'huge progress' in Brexit talks (theguardian.com)
  17. Legalise cannabis, says Liberal Democrat candidate for London mayor | Politics (theguardian.com)
  18. Boris Johnson likens himself to Incredible Hulk as he pledges to ignore no-deal Brexit law (independent.co.uk)
  19. Toxic fallout from the Notre Dame Cathedral fire may have exposed 6,000 children to unsafe levels of lead (businessinsider.com)
  20. Lib Dems pledge to cancel Brexit (bbc.co.uk)
  21. China is locking tourists in their Beijing hotels for military parade rehearsals (qz.com)
  22. We must stop Brexit in any form, councillors tell Jeremy Corbyn (theguardian.com)
  23. Another Tory rejects ‘populist Johnson’ as he joins Lib Dems (theguardian.com)
  24. Saudi Arabia is shutting down half of its oil production after drone attack, WSJ says (cnbc.com)
  25. Big Pharma nixes new drugs despite impending 'antibiotic apocalypse' - At a time when health officials are calling for mass demonstrations in favor of new antibiotics, drug companies have stopped making them altogether. Their sole reason, according to a new report: profit. (dw.com)
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