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Prime Minister Liz Truss will deliver her Tory conference speech today to explain why she thinks the current disruption caused by her economic policies will be worth it.
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The Independent says Donald Trump has filed a $475m lawsuit against CNN for defamation, claiming the network “fears” that he will run again in 2024.
The Guardian says US Federal Emergency Management Agency (Fema) administrator Deanne Criswell asked Americans on Sunday “to make informed decisions” about rebuilding in vulnerable areas hit by natural disasters intensified by climate change.
The death toll is rising in Florida folllowing Hurricane Ian as desperate residents fled their flooded homes by boats and air.
The Guardian says Donald Trump’s legal perils have become insurmountable and could snuff out the former US president’s hopes of an election-winning comeback, according to political analysts and legal experts.
The Metro says A high school football team held a frat boy-style mock slave auction involving some black team members – and is paying the price by having the rest of their season canceled.
The Guardian says A California serial killer seems to be “on a mission” dating back to last year, which has seen the fatal shooting of at least six men and the wounding of one woman – but authorities have not figured out what’s behind the violence.
Elon Musk has made a surprising u-turn on whether he will buy Twitter. The billionaire had initially dropped out of the deal to buy the social media site, but it seems he’s not willing to proceed with the takeover.
Elon Musk wades into Ukraine war -‘F*** off’ is the reaction coming from Ukraine and many social media users. But the Kremlin is happy with Musk’s latest online stunt.
The Metro says Elon Musk has found himself wrapped up in yet another Twitter controversy after posting a peace proposal to settle the Ukranian conflict.
The Metro says The Queen of Denmark has apologised for slimming down the royal family after ‘days of strong reactions’.
The Guardian says It has inspired French film-makers and songwriters, proven useful to cannabis smokers and aestheticians and served as an emergency bookmark or jotter – but now the Paris Métro ticket has reached the end of the line.
The Metro says Rumours have spread through Russia that Vladimir Putin will soon make ‘key decisions about launching a tactical nuclear strike’ from a secret bunker.
The Independent says Russian forces in Kherson are regrouping for a counterattack, amid rapid Ukrainian gains in the region, state-owned news agency RIA reported.
Paris has joined other French cities in refusing to set up fan zones and giant screens for the Qatar World Cup 2022.
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Arab News says August 3, Yazidis around the world will come together to mourn their brothers, sisters, parents, and other loved ones who were massacred by Daesh eight years ago.
Arab News says Al-Qaeda leader Al-Zawahiri killed in US drone strike in Kabul, Biden says, hailing the mission as “justice.”
Six dead in Libya and over 50 injured in a fuel truck blast in Sebha, Libya. At least six people were killed and dozens injured
The first Israel and Jordan joint venture is announced as an ambitious trade zone that will create a multicultural Jordanian and Israeli trade zone. Israel
Protests are escalating across Iran with female protesters burning headscarves, following the death of a young woman in custody after she had been detained for breaking hijab rules.
Tehran’s police chief has said the death of Mahsa Amini – a 22-year-old woman who died in police custody – was “unfortunate”.
The Guardian says Chengdu, the capital of the south-western Chinese province of Sichuan, has extended the coronavirus lockdown of most of its districts indefinitely as it hopes to stem further transmissions in the city of 21.2 million.
China’s deadly earthquake that struck the southwest on Monday has seen the death toll rise to 82. There are fears that rain and possible mudslides will affect the search for the many people who remain missing.