British minister Patel meets with French counterpart Darmanin in Calais | AFP

British Home Secretary Priti Patel travels to Calais to meet her French counterpart Gérald Darmanin for talks. IMAGES

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British pilot to fly home after 4-month coronavirus battle in Vietnam | AFP

A British pilot who spent more than four months in hospital, including two months on life support in Vietnam after contracting COVID-19 is on his way home, astounding doctors who gave him just a ten percent chance of survival.

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French ministers Darmanin and Schiappa in Calais for meeting with UK minister Patel | AFP

France’s Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin and the Minister Delegate for Citizenship, Marlène Schiappa, arrive in Calais for a trip on the issue of migrants, during which the Minister is to meet his British counterpart, Priti Patel. IMAGES

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‘Decolonised’ library showcases Black and African literature in Ghana | AFP

Sylvia Arthur, a Ghanaian of British origin, gives a tour of her “decolonised library” that she founded in Accra to honour African and Black literature. With this initiative, she hopes that Ghanaians and Africans will find pride in their literary heritage.

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Johnny Depp leaves London court after first day of libel trial | AFP

Hollywood actor Johnny Depp leaves court at the end of the first day of a libel trial between Depp and British newspaper The Sun over claims that he was violent to his ex-wife Amber Heard. The case was delayed because of the coronavirus outbreak and is being heard over a scheduled 15 days at the High Court in central London. IMAGES

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Johnny Depp and Amber Heard arrive at London court for libel trial | AFP

Hollywood actor Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard arrive at a London court for the start of a libel trial between Depp and a British tabloid newspaper over claims that he was violent to Heard. IMAGES of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s arrivals

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British gyms grow impatient as other leisure businesses are about to reopen | AFP

While many leisure businesses are reopening as the coronavirus lockdown is eased in the UK, gyms are among those that have to stay closed. Body Society, a London gym studio, is adapting to the government rules with outdoors fitness classesy.

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Images of detention center where Ghislaine Maxwell is expected be transferred to | AFP

Images of the Metropolitan Detention Center Brooklyn, in New York, where alleged Jeffrey Epstein accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell, is expected to be transferred to. The British socialite is currently being held at the Merrimack County Jail, in New Hampshire, following her arrest last week. She’s due to make her first appearance in a court on sex trafficking charges related to late financier Epstein this week, according to court documents. IMAGES

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British prime minister and Clap for Carers founder clap for the NHS | AFP

British Prime minister Boris Johnson and Clap for Carers founder Annemarie Plas clap for the NHS outside 10 Downing street. IMAGES

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Restaurants and food outlets reopen in British capital | AFP

Londoners enjoy eating and drinking at the outdoor food market ‘Mercato Metropolitano’ in the British capital as restaurants and bars are now open for the first time in over three months following the coronavirus pandemic. IMAGES

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Sexual predator Epstein associate Maxwell charged with sex abuse | AFP

Acting US attorney Audrey Strauss confirms that British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested in the United States and has been charged with sex trafficking minors for her former boyfriend, the disgraced late financier Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein committed suicide in jail while awaiting trial last year.

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The British Royal Family | AFP Animé

The British royal family. Prince Andrew is “bewildered” by claims he is stonewalling a US investigation into the alleged sex trafficking of minors by British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell and the late financier Jeffrey Epstein, his legal team said Friday.VIDEOGRAPHICS

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Outside New Hampshire court where Ghislaine Maxwell will videoconference | AFP

Images show the exterior of the US District Court of New Hampshire in Concord, where British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell will appear in videoconference. She faces years in prison if convicted of sex trafficking minors in collaboration with her former partner, the late Jeffrey Epstein. IMAGES

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US DOJ: Would like Prince Andrew to talk Epstein

British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested by the FBI on Thursday on charges she helped procure underage sex partners for financier Jeffrey Epstein. (July 2)

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Images of a COVID-19 testing centre in Leicester, as it goes back into lockdown | AFP

Images of a COVID-19 testing centre in Leicester as a local lockdown is imposed on the city after an alarming spike in coronavirus cases. The British government has ordered schools and non-essential shops in Leicester, central England, to close and has urged people to stay at home after a localised outbreak. IMAGES of the army assisting people at a testing centre

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UK reimposes lockdown on virus-hit city of Leicester | AFP

The British government orders schools and non-essential shops in Leicester, central England, to close and urges people to stay at home after a localised outbreak of coronavirus. Health Secretary Matt Hancock says nationwide moves to ease a three-month lockdown will no longer apply in the city due to high rates of COVID-19, telling parliament: ” The more people follow the rules, the faster we’ll get control of this virus and get Leicester back to normal.” IMAGES

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Veteran activists walk London Pride route marking 50th anniversary | AFP

British gay rights activist Peter Tatchell leads a march in London with veteran campaigners and supporters to mark the 50th anniversary of the London Gay Liberation Front’s formation in 1970. IMAGES

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Parents of UK gallery attack victim express “horror” of crime as perpetrator sentenced to life | AFP

“How can someone explain to a child that someone deliberately tried to kill him?”, ask the parents of the French boy who was thrown off a viewing platform at London’s Tate Modern art gallery by a troubled British teenager. In a statement read out by a police officer after perpetrator Jonty Bravery was sentenced to life in prison, the parents express the “fear and horror” caused by the crime. SOUNDBITE

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Flowers are laid in tribute to the three victims of Reading stabbing | AFP

A flower laying ceremony, led by the Mayor of Reading, is held at Reading town centre for the three victims of a stabbing spree at the weekend, an attack which British police said they were treating as “terrorism”.

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Tribute paid to the three victims of Reading attack in flower laying ceremony | AFP

A flower laying ceremony, led by the Mayor of Reading, is held at Reading town centre for the three victims of a stabbing spree at the weekend, an attack which British police said they were treating as “terrorism”. IMAGES

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UK police declare deadly Reading stabbings ‘terrorist incident’ | AFP

A British police assistant commissioner says they are treating a stabbing spreed in which a lone assailant killed three people in a park in the southern English city of Reading as a “terrorist incident”. SOUNDBITE

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