UK Telegraph (International News)

• Petya cyber attack: Ransomware spreads across Europe with firms in Ukraine, Britain and Spain shut down
• BBC defends decision to air how to decorate your breasts with glitter tutorial
• Doctors call for abortion on demand as BMA votes to decriminalise terminations for first time ever
• Airport security catch out man trying to smuggle 9 kilo lobster onto plane
• NHS 'lost sight that bipolar GP was a human being' before she killed herself weeks after being suspended
• SNP threaten formal dispute over DUP deal as they claim Scottish Secretary's position 'becoming untenable'
• White House accuses Syria of planning another chemical attack, warns it would 'pay a heavy price'
• From JK Rowling to Emma Watson: Piers Morgan's most fiery feuds
• Flood warnings as Britain set to be hammered by heavy rain 
• What happened at Hillsborough in 1989?
• Darren Jones MP hails himself the first 'Darren' in Parliament
• Donald Trump latest approval rating and impeachment odds
• How many people are killed by terrorist attacks in the UK?
• Court rules Dutch state partly to blame for death of 350 Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica
• Finsbury Park terror attack suspect sits with arms crossed as he appears in court 
• Businessman ordered to rename Singhsbury's shop decides on new name - Morrisinghs
• Man hit by bus as he crosses road - before dusting himself down and walking into pub
• HMS Queen Elizabeth - on board the Royal Navy's new warship: in pictures
• Bungee instructor's 'poor English' led Dutch girl to jump without rope
• Filipino civilians in besieged city of Marawi forced to join Isil and become sex slaves, army says
• Trump attacks CNN after resignations of three journalists over retracted Russia-related story 
• Modi's Trump card: Indian prime minister eschews handshake with president in favour of a hug
• Global image of the US has plummeted under Donald Trump - but not in Russia
• Lee Rigby's mother claims Ministry of Defence offered little help because she was 'only his mother'
• Absence of Theresa May's signature on DUP deal 'means new agreement not necessary if she quits as PM'
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