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  1. US Votes for Sanctions on three countries
  2. Polish President Andrzej Duda has ratified one of three judicial reform bills which have led to days of protests.
  3. Europe’s oldest astronaut has been speaking to Euronews (see below) ahead of his third trip to space on Friday (July 28). Italian Paolo Nespoli
  4. The U.S. Senate on Tuesday voted to begin formal debate of healthcare legislation that would repeal major elements of Obamacare and possibly replace
  5. Italy’s women’s team surprised South Korea to take the saber world title in Leipzig
  6. Novak Djokovic may miss this year's US Open
  7. Deal between rival leaders Fayez al-Sarraj and General Khalifa Haftar paves the way for elections early next year
  8. A judge will rule on Wednesday on where terminally ill baby, Charlie Gard should be allowed to die.
  9. ​A U.S. Navy ship fired warning shots toward an Iranian vessel in the Gulf on Tuesday after the vessel came within 137 metr​e​s, a U.S. official told
  10. Toyota is reportedly working on an electric car powered by a new type of battery that significantly increases driving range and reduces charging time to just a few minutes
  11. A Spanish province yesterday come one step closer to banning bull fighting once and for all.
  12. Luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo snapped up by US handbag maker Michael Kors in a 1 billion euro deal
  13. As a result of changes in the way Euronews is broadcast, some of our language channels are no longer available in some countries directly by
  14. In an incident which saw the man attack police, slightly wounding one, an officer's quick thinking ensured that the assailant was quickly detained.
  15. Profits at Google’s parent company Alphabet have been hit following last month’s record fine imposed by the EU. Despite strong growth in the