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Sunday, 29th May 2016

World News

Official: AR-15s fired at Houston police helicopter in shootout (CBS News)

Trump struggles with Latinos after attack on governor (CBS News)

Gunman dead after 'random' rifle rampage in Houston suburb (Guardian)

Trump: Migrants treated better than vets (BBC)

And they're off! The first episode of the new Top Gear airs with Chris Evans racing Matt Le Blanc in Union Flag covered Robin Reliant (Daily Mail)

Coastguards warn English Channel will be 'new Med' for migrants (Daily Star)

Two dead and one wounded after gunmen were seen 'shooting randomly' at a gas station in Houston (Daily Mail)

Three teenage girls are charged with animal cruelty after a video shows them throwing a bunny against a wall three times - and kicking it as it tries to escape (Daily Mail)

Mexican footballer Alan Pulido's kidnapping sets off massive manhunt (Guardian)

CIA ex-boss: secretive spooks tolerated in UK more than in US (Guardian)

American charged in Paris police car attack amid protests (Fox News)

Amber Heard's neighbor and friend of 13 years claims Johnny Depp 'slapped her hands away' (Daily Mail)

Paula Broadwell opens up about her affair with former CIA director General David Petraeus three years after scandal turned her life upside down (Daily Mail)

More than 700 feared dead in recent Mediterranean crossings (Fox News)

Why Don't More Airlines Stream Black Box Data? (NBC News)

Zika virus: Expert warns us to 'think twice' about going to Disney World Florida (Daily Star)

Making a Change: How Technology Is Helping the Elderly Population in the UK (Huffington Post)

Calendar: Week of May 30 (CBS News)

Bleaching May Have Killed Half the Coral on the Northern Great Barrier Reef, Scientists Say (New York Times - Paywall)

Suspected migrants rescued in Channel (BBC)

Donald Trump Says Those in U.S. Illegally Are Treated Better Than Veterans (Time Magazine)

How a tagged-and-bagged soldier was saved from the dead (CBS News)

Police recommend indicting Israeli PMs wife, local media reports (CBS News)

U.N.: More than 700 migrants missing or feared dead (CNN)

Eighteen migrants rescued in the Channel after boat started taking on water (Daily Mail)

NBA players shooting death may have been simple mistake (CBS News)

God's enduring place in an unequal world | Brief letters (Guardian)

Police to review Millwall crowd trouble (BBC)

Teen lands first job after being turned down more than 200 times (Daily Star)

Trump camp downplays infighting and criticism of New Mexico governor (Guardian)

Editorial: Becket, the Man and the Myth (New York Times - Paywall)

Girl, 12, is airlifted to hospital this afternoon after two jet skis crash into each other off Hampshire coast (Daily Mail)

Top Gear scenes reveal stunts that Jeremy Clarkson and pals performed years ago (Daily Mail)

Federal Judge Orders Release of Trump University Lawsuit Documents (Newsweek Magazine)

Two dead as active shooter opens fire in Houston (Daily Star)

Fury Over Harambe, Cincinnati Zoo Gorilla Shot Dead In 'Senseless' Act (Huffington Post)

More than 700 migrants feared dead in three Mediterranean sinkings (Guardian)

Diana's 'rock' butler Paul Burrell divorcing his wife of 32 years (Daily Mail)

Are these your stolen gnomes? Police hold special four-hour event in attempt to reunite householders with their beloved garden ornaments (Daily Mail)

Irish leader says border controls may return if Brexit vote prevails (Guardian)

Donald Trump says Barack Obama should have brought up Pearl Harbor in Japan (Daily Mail)

Over 700 Migrants Died Trying to Reach Italy in Past Week, U.N. Says (New York Times - Paywall)

U.S. Kicks Off 10,000-Strong Drill in Eastern Europe (Newsweek Magazine)

Ayrshire man stabbed to death in the street 'after confronting vandal' (Daily Mail)

Now it's the bank of granny and granddad! New 'intergenerational mortgage' will let grandparents borrow to fund their grandchildren's first homes (Daily Mail)

Lightning Strikes Across Europe Leave One Dead And Dozens Injured (Huffington Post)

Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon's Britain's Got Talent fashion face off (Daily Mail)

More Than 700 Migrants Feared Dead After Shipwrecks In Mediterranean Sea Between Libya And Italy (Huffington Post)

'Sleeping' University of Washington prankster interrupts lecture in video (Daily Mail)

At Least 700 Migrants Died This Week Fleeing Libya (Newsweek Magazine)

Johnson-Thompson qualifies for Rio Olympics (BBC)

Brit tourist sexually assaulted in Majorca as police hunt north African immigran (Daily Mail)

'RIP Harambe': Fury at parents of four-year-old boy who was heard ASKING to play in endangered gorilla's enclosure before he crawled in - and 'forced' staff to shoot it dead in 'senseless killing (Daily Mail)

More than 700 migrants killed in shipwreck disasters in under a week (Daily Mail)

Lethal lightning storms heading for UK after wreaking havoc on continent (Daily Star)

Israel media: Police recommend indicting Netanyahu's wife (Fox News)

Man behind Britain's first DIY natural swimming pool inspires hundreds (Daily Mail)

UAE media say US businessman gets 15 years prison (Fox News)

Gibraltar fears border with Spain could close if UK quits EU (Fox News)

Gazza and the dentist's chair 20 years on: Can Vardy party lads beat the Euro '96 boozers? (Daily Star)

Hamilton's first win of Monaco Grand Prix (CNN)

Trump blasts 'pathetic' anti-Trump ad (CNN)

Leader of Far Right group Britain First arrested (Daily Star)

More than 700 migrants feared drowned (Financial Times - Paywall)

Marco Rubio Says He Apologized to Donald Trump for Making Fun of His Small Hands' (Time Magazine)

Owen Jones Brands Britain First A 'Sad Collection Of Losers And Thugs' (Huffington Post)

Gawker Case Highlights World of 'Litigation Funding' (NBC News)

More Than 700 Feared Dead in Recent Mediterranean Crossings (New York Times - Paywall)

A Gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo Was Shot Dead After a Boy Fell Into the Exhibit (Time Magazine)

Rubio: I apologized to Trump (CNN)

NBA Star Bryce Dejean-Jones Shot Dead in Dallas After Reportedly Entering the Wrong Apartment (Time Magazine)

700 Migrants Feared Dead in Mediterranean Shipwrecks (Time Magazine)

US bomb from World War II defused at German airport (Fox News)

F3 crash video and photos shows Ameya Vaidyanathan walking out unscathed (Daily Mail)

Falkirk Couple who met at bagpipes rehearsal in Scotland kick off wedding in style (Daily Mail)

Judge Orders Release of Docs in Trump University Suit (NBC News)

Road to Rio: Zika Fears May Rob Brazil of Olympics Benefits (Newsweek Magazine)

Panama Papers May Inspire More Big Leaks, if Not Reform (New York Times - Paywall)

Fire breaks out at elderly home; 17 dead (CNN)

Jeremy Corbyn Fuels Speculation That Ed Miliband May Join Labour Shadow Cabinet (Huffington Post)

Tony Blair comments on long-awaited Chilcot inquiry video (Guardian)

Kuwait food firm Americana says deal off to sell big stake (Fox News)

Gorilla Shot Dead After Child Climbs Into Zoo Enclosure (NBC News)

Man Stabbed To Death In Camden High Street As Police Launch Murder Probe (Huffington Post)

Paris climate deal vulnerable to Trump (Financial Times - Paywall)

Lightning strikes hurt 14 in Europe (CNN)

Basketball star shot dead in Dallas after 'knocking on wrong door' (Daily Star)

Saudi Arabia kills Nigerian man in 95th execution of the year (Guardian)

UK Coastguard rescues 19 people in dinghy in English Channel (Fox News)

Rashford close to new Man Utd deal (BBC)

Clifton passengers tell of moment they thought bomb had gone off as bus EXPLODED (Daily Mail)

Turnbull and Shorten face off in Australian leaders debate in pictures (Guardian)

Abbey Wood London drugs raid bungled when police take 43 goes at battering down door (Daily Mail)

It's criminal: 100s of cops being paid to do nothing two PCs not worked for FOUR years (Daily Star)

Roadside bomb in Egypt's Sinai kills 2 police (Fox News)

Admit the EU migrants will keep on coming! Boris Johnson and Michael Gove issue direct challenge to PM as referendum battle heats up (Daily Mail)

Did health chief siphon off NHS millions to fund luxury homes? (Daily Mail)

RNLI is first charity to overhaul fundraising after investigation revealed tactics (Daily Mail)

Delegates, not death threats: how the Trump campaign got real to seal the deal (Guardian)

700 Feared Dead in Mediterranean Shipwrecks: UN (NBC News)

Missing Japanese boy left in mountains as punishment, say police (Guardian)

Why did the U.S. bomb Hiroshima? (CNN)

Dutch populists eager to exploit UK exit (Financial Times - Paywall)

German, French leaders mark 100 years since Battle of Verdun (Fox News)

Gorilla Shot Dead At Cincinnati Zoo After Child Falls Into Enclosure (Huffington Post)

Young Germans and migrants compete for housing (Financial Times - Paywall)

More than 700 migrants feared drowned in 3 Mediterranean Sea shipwrecks (Fox News)

Music fans could be target of next UK terror attack - security chief (Guardian)

German rhetoric on Afghan migrants doesn't meet reality (Fox News)

Boy FALLS into zoo enclosure with 28 STONE GORILLA who zookeepers SHOOT DEAD after grab (Daily Express)

Zoo director comments on Ohio gorilla shooting video (Guardian)

19 migrants attempting to enter UK rescued after inflatable boat sinks (Daily Star)

Ministry of Defence set to hand £425m helicopter deal to a US firm leaving 600 UK jobs at risk (Daily Mail)

Police launch murder probe after man in his 30s is stabbed to death outside busy London nightclubs and bars (Daily Mail)

FIRST PICTURE of boat used by 19 migrants trying to reach Kent amid summer chaos warning (Daily Express)

Blood-sucking ticks which can paralyse and kill humans with ONE bite invade UK (Daily Star)

UN: 700 migrants feared dead in Mediterranean shipwrecks (Fox News)

VIDEO: Calling time on nightclubs in the UK (BBC)

Donovan Livingston's Harvard graduation speech inspires America and the world (Daily Mail)

Caught on video, the terrifying scene as paramedics scrambled to save eight children hit by LIGHTNING at birthday party in Paris (Daily Mail)

Video of Brazilian salesman saving toddler as he falls head-first off store counter (Daily Mail)

England went 'soft' after World Cup win (BBC)

BBC Top Gear's Sabine Schmitz first hit the track when she was 6 months old (Daily Mail)

Thai speedboat crash - second Briton found dead (Guardian)

VIDEO: 'Real-life Rocky' eyes world title (BBC)

South African soldier who lost legs to Taliban bomb in Afghanistan refused UK passport TWICE (Daily Mail)

'Britain's Got Talent': Richard Jones Voted First Magician Winner, After Emotional Performance (Huffington Post)

European police carry out security checks on migrants arriving in Greece (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Time off for fans to watch Euro 2016? (BBC)

Cameron boosted by Brexit-sceptic economists: Poll of 600 shows nearly nine in 10 believe leaving the EU would be damaging for the UK economy (Daily Mail)

German opposition leader Sahra Wagenknecht attacked with cake over migrants (Daily Mail)

JACOB REES-MOGG: Yes, victory may be bloody...but it will be final, says pro-Brexit MP as he vows not to hold a second referendum (Daily Mail)

Man stabbed to death in north London (BBC)

Ex-PM John Major claims Out vote will blow £40bn black hole in UK finances (Daily Mail)

'It whacked a chunk off my finger': Strictly's Brendan Cole reveals how a DIY blunder left him with a severed digit (Daily Mail)

Lightning strikes kill man in Poland and injure dozens across Europe (Guardian)

Eighty years on, Spain may at last be able to confront the ghosts of civil war (Guardian)

Euro 2016: Why France have everything to play for (Guardian)

Items belonging to missing Australian man found in Brazil (Guardian)

Trump questions Obama over Hiroshima trip (CNN)

Man stung by bees 1,000 times dies (CNN)

Erica Jong: Why I trust the woman (CNN)

Onboard camera shows SpaceX Falcon 9 successfully landing from space video (Guardian)

Bangladesh quad bike rider received £400 of UK taxpayers' money to pay for vehicle (Daily Mail)

Rescue crews pull thousands of migrants from Mediterranean (CBS News)

Dayton couple capture video footage of 'UFO' close to US military base in Ohio (Daily Mail)

Health experts call for Summer Olympics to move over Zika (CBS News)

W.H.O. Dismisses Call to Move Olympics Over Zika Virus in Brazil (New York Times - Paywall)

Zika virus expert warns Britons to 'think twice' about trips to Disney World Florida (Daily Mail)

First Arrest Made in Gang Rape Case in Brazil (New York Times - Paywall)

15-year-old girl shot dead on Chicagos Lake Shore Drive (CBS News)

Roberto Saenz de Heredia is arrested at Gatwick Airport after 17 years on the run (Daily Mail)

China's richest man opens Wanda World to rival Shanghai Disney (Guardian)

Why this artist goes polka dotty for pumpkins (CNN)

Why these ancient statues could be engulfed by waves (CNN)

Here's Why You Shouldn't Fear the 'Digital Divide' at Work (NBC News)

MICHAEL BURLEIGH: Why I despise conman Blair's grubby attempt to spin away Chilcot truths (Daily Mail)

FLESH-EATING disease found in ISIS strongholds may have reached EUROPE, experts warn (Daily Express)

GIRL ABOUT TOWN: Kate trades in toyboy Count, 24, for a new model four years younger (Daily Mail)

Tropical Storm Churns Off Carolinas Amid Flooding Threat (NBC News)

Trump University ordered to open books (CNN)

Missing hiker found dead on Appalachian Trail's family hit back at wardens description of her (Daily Mail)

What do Emmeline Pankhurst, the Queen and Katie Price have in common? They're excellent at scaring off birds: Villagers pick some unlikely inspiration for their annual SCARECROW festival (Daily Mail)

Average worker in ancient Rome was DEAD by 30 (Daily Mail)

Tata agrees £400 million deal to sell part of its UK steel business saving 4,800 jobs (Daily Mail)

The opium farmers with the police on their side (BBC)

VIDEO: Remembering Verdun 100 years on (BBC)

Donald Trump handicap looms over reborn Turnberry (Guardian)

How Cambridge spy Guy Burgess charmed the Observer's man in Moscow (Guardian)

Boozy Brits spend TWO YEARS hungover in their lifetime (Daily Star)

Think of the wider world and vote to stay in Europe | Letters (Guardian)

May backs police attacked by thugs (Daily Express)

Diana's rock' Burrell to divorce wife of 32 years (Daily Express)

EU will kill off a free NHS for all' says leading doctor (Daily Express)

Lightning Injures Several People in France and Germany (New York Times - Paywall)

Isis may face Falluja bloodbath, but new offensive shows power to spread terror (Guardian)

Europe hit by lightning strikes (BBC)

Chinese detergent advert shows black man getting washed' a different colour video (Guardian)

Lightning Strikes in Paris, Germany Injure Nearly 40 Kids (NBC News)

Six Numbers That Show Why Clinton Is Still the Favorite in 2016 (NBC News)

Doctors: Postpone or move Olympics (CNN)

Lightning hits childrens birthday party in park (CBS News)

Eight Russian Athletes Test Positive for Doping in 2012 Olympics (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Wonder if they all do 88 miles an hour? DeLoreans from across the world roll into Belfast to celebrate the iconic Back to the Future car's 35th anniversary (Daily Mail)

Over 650 Migrants Saved by Italian, Irish and German Ships (Time Magazine)

Don't postpone Rio Olympics over Zika, says expert (Guardian)

UK weapons sales to oppressive regimes top £3bn a year (Guardian)

'We will NOT cancel the Olympics over Zika' says Rio Games bosses (Daily Mail)

Nose Jobs and Breast Implants Take Off in Iran (NBC News)

Identical Triplets to Compete in Summer Olympics in Rio (NBC News)

Children fight to live after lightning hits 11 in Paris park (Fox News)

Child Still Critical After Lightning Hits 11 in Paris Park (New York Times - Paywall)

Dozens Injured By Lightning Strikes in France and Germany (Time Magazine)

Rise of Donald Trump Tracks Growing Debate Over Global Fascism (New York Times - Paywall)

123 people rescued 30 miles off Libyan coast by Irish navy (Daily Mail)

Lightning hits children's soccer match in Germany (Fox News)

WHO seeks to allay Zika Olympics fears (BBC)

Joey Essex Asks Ed Miliband Why EU Rules Allow French To 'Nick Our Fish' (Huffington Post)

Black man is washed whiter in China's racist detergent advert (Guardian)

Pilot dies after second world war plane crashes into New York's Hudson river (Guardian)

U.N. agency weighs in on call to move Olympics over Zika (CBS News)

Donald Trump Rails Against Judge in Trump University Case (Time Magazine)

WHO plays down Zika concerns over Rio Olympics (Guardian)

Lightning Strikes In Paris And Hoppst dten,Germany Leave Children Injured (Huffington Post)

Sanders Tells Bill Maher Why He Has the Best Chance of Beating Trump (Newsweek Magazine)

8 Russian Athletes Test Positive for Doping in London Olympics Retests (Time Magazine)

Why WWII airplane went down in NYC (CNN)

U.N. Health Agency Rejects Call to Postpone Rio Olympics Over Zika Outbreak (Time Magazine)

Trump: 'Mexican' Judge in Trump U. Suit Is 'a Hater' (NBC News)

Donald Trump Thanks Police for Handling the Thugs' After Protesters Arrested (Time Magazine)

Why do some couples have more sex? (CNN)

Dame Joan Collins reveals why she's backing Brexit (Daily Mail)

Why we worry about flying (CNN)

WHO rejects call for Olympics to be moved (Financial Times - Paywall)

Italian, Irish ships save more than 500 migrants Saturday (Fox News)

Dozens feared dead as migrant boat capsizes in Mediterranean (Guardian)

Britain First Goes Back To Leicester, Gets Told Where To Go. Again (Huffington Post)

Iraqi illegal immigrant who travelled to the UK 'wanted to become an ISIS jihadi' (Daily Mail)

Missing British Hiker Tom Billings Confirmed Dead More Than Two Years After He Vanished (Huffington Post)

Sea sponge the size of a minivan discovered in ocean depths off Hawaii (Guardian)

Cast of Quadrophenia reunite for a NEW film 37 years on (Daily Mail)

World War II Plane Crashes Into Hudson River Before Air Show (Time Magazine)

Henry Heimlich performs technique named for him in emergency for the FIRST TIME (Daily Mail)

Spanish youths near Almeria dare and film man playing deadly game of 'chicken' (Daily Mail)

Britain First And EDL Among Far Right Demonstrations Outside Of London Costing Taxpayer £5.8 Million (Huffington Post)

Police officer throws woman to ground during France protests video (Guardian)

The Innovative Period Shell That Could Change The Way Women Menstruate Around The World (Huffington Post)

Dashcam video shows a kangaroo launches itself in front of a motorcylist in NSW (Daily Mail)

Spanish police make arrests over stolen Francis Bacon works (Guardian)

'Panama Papers' law firm closes its Jersey, Gibraltar and Isle of Man offices (Daily Mail)

Couple enjoy a bath until wife's hair catches fire on a candle in video (Daily Mail)

Vinny Waddington's killer's taunt hours after he shot teen dead caught on tape (Daily Mail)

Olympics 2016 In Rio Will Go Ahead Despite Experts' Zika Warnings (Huffington Post)

Quora Question: Why Would Anyone Like and Support Vladimir Putin? (Newsweek Magazine)

Second world war plane crash into Hudson river captured by bystander video (Guardian)

WHO rejects call to move Rio Olympics because of Zika virus (Guardian)

Tensions flare outside Donald Trump rally in San Diego video (Guardian)

Health experts: Move Rio Olympics due to Zika outbreak (CBS News)

Why Brexit Will Have Economic Benefits For the U.K. (Newsweek Magazine)

35 arrested in clashes outside Trump rally (CNN)

Protesters clash with police outside Donald Trump rally in San Diego (Guardian)

Brazilian police seek dozens of men in teens gang rape (CBS News)

Italian Navy Saves 135 Migrants on Sinking Boat (New York Times - Paywall)

Mossack Fonseca to close offices in Jersey, Gibraltar and Isle of Man (Guardian)

Washington 7 year-old boy fights off robbers in a store while clutching a stuffed toy (Daily Mail)

Python bites man in a VERY painful place (CNN)

More Than 1,000 Protest Against Donald Trump in San Diego (Newsweek Magazine)

The most Canadian band in the world (BBC)

Why Real Madrid vs. Atletico is Such a Terrific, Unpredictable Matchup (Newsweek Magazine)

Man accused in bomb plot at Heathrow gets 40 years for al-Qaida support (Guardian)

Britain's vote on whether to remain in the European Union may rank as its most important decision in decades (Los Angeles Times)

In historic visit to Hiroshima, Obama calls on the world to morally evolve (Los Angeles Times)

Police Offer Safe Internet Purchase Safe Zones' Near Their Stations (Newsweek Magazine)

Dog appears to have something on her mind as she ARGUES with her owner in video (Daily Mail)

I felt wonderful': Dr Heimlich on using his manoeuvre to save woman's life - video (Guardian)

Family fly out to be at bedside of British man in a coma after fall in Magaluf (Daily Mail)

New screening technology at Atlantas airport may help ease lines (CBS News)

Week in Review: Mayhem outside Donald Trump rally (CBS News)

World Cup for unrecognised states kicks off in Abkhazia (Guardian)

Camera captures lightning in slow motion - video (Guardian)

Sex trafficking survivor sets world triathlon record (CNN)

Opinion: When the Barbarous Brits First Quit Europe (New York Times - Paywall)

In Hiroshima, Obama calls for world without nuclear weapons (CBS News)

Palestinian 'Spiderboy' eyes world record (CNN)

Descendants welcome the return of M ?ori heads to New Zealand video (Guardian)

The Chinese factory mass producing Donald Trump masks in pictures (Guardian)

The Week in Pictures: May 19 - 26 (NBC News)

Calendar: Week of May 30 (CBS News)

It may have been quickly censored, but a sex tape is the talk of China (Los Angeles Times)

2016 Rio Olympics (CBS News)

Why have France's labour reforms proved so contentious? (Guardian)

WHO says military and militia hospital attacks claimed 959 lives in two years (Guardian)

The man behind #ThisFlag, Zimbabwe's accidental movement for change (Guardian)

More than 500 migrants saved in dramatic Mediterranean rescue; at least 5 die (Los Angeles Times)

Ukraine's first female combat pilot freed in prisoner exchange with Russia (Los Angeles Times)

Zimbabweans show support for Robert Mugabe in 'million man march' (Guardian)

China's dream of a new Silk Road runs into hurdles at its first stop: Pakistan (Los Angeles Times)

What in the World: Law and Intestinal Disorder: Police Crack Down on Toxic Food (New York Times - Paywall)

Eritreans still denied freedom 25 years after independence (Guardian)

Greece: thousands of migrants moved from border camp (Channel4)

Can Johannesburg reinvent itself as Africa's first cycle-friendly megacity? (Guardian)

5 reasons Europe would miss the UK (CNN)

Why is the U.S. arming Vietnam? (CNN)

True stories of life off the grid (CNN)

Why they hate us (CNN)

Story of cities #49: the long road to Rawabi, Palestine's first planned city (Guardian)

Why this plant is worth $50 billion (CNN)

Bangladesh bloggers: What we want the world to know (CNN)

Why Sadiq Khan's victory matters (CNN)

Why do victims have criminal records? (CNN)