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UK's Labour must back new vote between 'leave' and 'remain' on Brexit: Starmer

Britain's main opposition Labour Party must back a public vote between a credible "leave option and remain", its Brexit policy chief said on Monday, pressing the party's leadership to embrace a new referendum whole-heartedly.

UK Brexit party scores big as Conservatives, Labour falter

By JILL LAWLESS and GREGORY KATZ

Veteran politician Nigel Farage's new Brexit Party scored big gains in European elections, with his party and several anti-Brexit parties dooming the governing Conservative Party and opposition Labour to humiliating defeats.

UK Brexit party scores big as Conservatives, Labour falter

By JILL LAWLESS and GREGORY KATZ

Veteran politician Nigel Farage's new Brexit Party scored big gains in European elections, with his party and several anti-Brexit parties dooming the governing Conservative Party and opposition Labour to humiliating defeats.

Trump seizes on NYU professor’s tweet to push change of libel laws

By Frank Miles

President Trump on Monday tweeted that libel laws in the U.S. should be modified to hold the news media accountable and seized on a New York University professor’s false tweet as an example of journalistic malpractice.

Kvitova withdraws from French Open with arm injury

Petra Kvitova withdrew from the French Open on Monday due to an injury to her forearm, hours before her first match at the tournament against Romania's Sorana Cirstea.

Highlights: French Open day two

Highlights of second day at the French Open, the second grand slam tournament of the year, on Monday (all times GMT):

Trump seizes on NYU professor’s tweet to push change of libel laws

By Frank Miles

President Trump on Monday tweeted that libel laws in the U.S. should be modified to hold the news media accountable and seized on a New York University professor’s false tweet as an example of journalistic malpractice.

From Japan, Trump doubles down on Biden criticism and embrace of Kim Jong Un

President Donald Trump doubled down on his support for North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's scathing view of former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Monday, dismissing criticism that he was siding with a dictator over a fellow American.

Italy's Salvini says EU fiscal rules must be rediscussed

Italy's Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said on Monday European Union fiscal rules must be rediscussed, after his far-right League became the country's largest party in the EU election, surging past its coalition partner the 5-Star Movement.

North Korea dubs Bolton's missile comments 'more than ignorant': KCNA

U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton is "more than ignorant" to argue that North Korea's recent missile tests violated U.N. resolutions, the North's foreign ministry said in a statement on Monday.

Austria's Kurz faces likely ouster in no-confidence vote

Austrian lawmakers are likely to sack Chancellor Sebastian Kurz in a vote of no-confidence on Monday after the leader of the far-right party holding the key to the outcome indicated it would probably vote against him.

Snapchat employees abused data access, spied on users: report

By Chris Perez

Snapchat employees have been using internal tools — which offer them privileged access to user data — to spy on people’s pages, a report says.

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