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  1. Britain

    British politician Nigel Farage says he’s an admirer of how Preston Manning was instrumental in engineering the downfall of the former Progressive Conservative Party of Canada in 1993. In Clacton-on-Sea, he’s giving Manning’s blueprint a try.

  2. People circling a bonfire during a festival to mark summer solstice.

    People in the Northern Hemisphere celebrate summer solstice, which marks the longest day of the year.

  3. A man wearing a blue ball cap and dark sunglasses.

    During the broadcast of a Major League Baseball game in Birmingham, Ala., to honour the Negro Leagues, Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson offered up a raw remembrance of being barred from restaurants and hotels when he played in the minors in the 1960s.

  4. A woman in black sits on a black chair. Behind her is an emaciated child lying in bed. They are in a hospital.

    Aid organizations say sick, malnourished children are facing death in Gaza, as they can’t cross the Rafah border to find proper medical treatment amid the Palestinian territory's collapsing medical system, struggling with a critical lack of supplies after over eight months of the Israel-Hamas war.

  5. A  woman smiles in a carriage

    When Catherine, Princess of Wales, smiled at the crowds at Trooping the Colour last weekend, her first public appearance since December, the general reaction online could perhaps best be characterized with two statements: 1. She looks great. 2. Why?