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Tuesday, 25th July 2017

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Knife-wielding man who shouted "Allahu Akbar" injures officer: authorities (CBS News)

More than 5,000 illegal guns seized in Chicago this year: police (CBS News)

East London police called to acid attack in Bethnal Green (Daily Mail)

House Overwhelmingly Passes Bill That Curbs President Trump's Power on Russian Sanctions (Time Magazine)

Why This Restaurant Has a Strict One-Drink Policy For Parents Dining With Children (Time Magazine)

China fires back at U.S. accusations over "unsafe" aerial intercept (CBS News)

Charlie Gard's Parents Want to Take Boy Home to Die (NBC News)

Parents Charged With Murder After Toddler Left in Hot Car Overnight Dies (Time Magazine)

Asia and Australia Edition: Jeff Sessions, North Korea, Iran: Your Morning Briefing (New York Times - Paywall)

Trump Says About Firing Sessions: We Will See What Happens.' He Said Same Before Firing Comey (Newsweek Magazine)

Brantley in Britain: Review: Sienna Miller Coaxes New Life From an Old ‘Cat’ (New York Times - Paywall)

Critically ill babys parents want to take him home to die (CBS News)

McCain Gets Standing Ovation Before Casting Key Health Care Vote (NBC News)

Go Ahead, Psychiatrists: Diagnose Donald Trump (Time Magazine)

Man Charged With Impregnating 11-Year-Old Suggests She Raped Him in His Sleep (Time Magazine)

London man dies after basement fumes report in Kensington (Daily Mail)

President Trump on Whether He Will Fire Jeff Sessions: Time Will Tell' (Time Magazine)

Constitutional Crisis Predicted by Lawmaker Who Likens Trump to Orwells 1984' (Newsweek Magazine)

Charlie Gard's parents must endure another High Court case (Daily Mail)

John McCain Voted to Save the GOP Health Care Bill. Then He Bashed It (Time Magazine)

Chainsaw-Wielding Man in Switzerland Attacks Employees at Health Insurance Office (Time Magazine)

California Challenges President Trump With Cap-and-Trade Law: We Do Not Have to Wait for Washington' (Time Magazine)

Statue of naked man near German school to be covered up (Daily Mail)

Teen denies killing Polish man who was left dying from Superman punch' (Daily Star)

North Korea threatens nuclear attack after claiming Trump CIA director 'shakes little fists' at regime (Fox News)

Mike Pence Breaks Tie in Senate to Begin Health Care Debate (Time Magazine)

Pence Breaks Tie in Senate to Advance Health Care Bill (NBC News)

North Korea year away from developing nuclear missiles that can reach US: Expert (Fox News)

BREAKING: Swiss chainsaw attack suspect arrested by police in Zurich (Daily Express)

President Mike Pence Tracker: VP Is Defending Trump More Vigorously Than Ever (Newsweek Magazine)

Donald Trump's Mental Health Is Ok To Comment On, Psychoanalysts' Group Tells Members (Huffington Post)

Charlie Gard Unlikely To Be Allowed To Spend Final Days At Home, Judge Says (Huffington Post)

China and Russia Hold First Joint Naval Drill in the Baltic Sea (New York Times - Paywall)

Leukaemia survivor lands dream job at hospital that saved her life (Daily Star)

Trump says he's 'disappointed' in Attorney General Jeff Sessions (CNN)

After Raqqa falls, the fight for Syria will rage on (CNN)

China opens panda-shaped solar power plant (BBC)

Activists blame life in captivity for baby orcas death at SeaWorld (CBS News)

The Internet Is Obsessed With This Man Who Thought Butternut Squash Was Cubed Cheese (Time Magazine)

Charlie Gard: Court hears hospice best option for baby (BBC)

Is China reinforcing its border with North Korea? (CNN)

World Championships: Ledecky is first woman to win 12 golds (CNN)

The Resistance' Is Making Everyone Richer Except for National Democrats Taking on Trump (Newsweek Magazine)

Essex boy 'killed a Polish man with a 'Superman punch' (Daily Mail)

The History Behind President Trump's Speech to the Boy Scouts (Time Magazine)

Charlie Gard's Case Highlights Balancing Act Facing U.K. Courts (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Adam Peaty sets second 50m breaststroke world record in day (BBC)

Bull gores man at Santa Maria Magdalena festival in Mexico (Daily Mail)

Canada skateboarder leaps off ramp into swimming pool (Daily Mail)

Hull baby ashes inquiry: 57 parents not given ashes back (BBC)

Watch Live: President Trump Gives Press Conference Amid Russia Investigation and Sessions Criticism (Time Magazine)

Charlie Gard's parents seek to bring son home to die (CNN)

The Fight Over Health Care Is About to Get Really Tricky. Here's How to Follow It (Time Magazine)

Chessington World of Adventures: Fox kills eight penguins (Daily Mail)

China Builds Nuclear Bunkers on North Korean Border, Bulks Up Troops on Indian Front (Newsweek Magazine)

Adobe to kill off Flash plug-in by 2020 (BBC)

Ian Paterson struck off for carrying out breast operations (Daily Mail)

Israel removes metal detectors from Jerusalem holy site (CBS News)

Married cop 'used police chopper to film patio sex couple having bedded housewife himself' (Daily Star)

Alton Towers Oblivion passengers escorted off ride (Daily Mail)

North Korea threatens nuclear attack after Trump CIA director "shakes little fists" at regime (Fox News)

Three gangsters jailed for life for killing a devoted dad (Daily Mail)

North Korea may test another missile, as US official says diplomacy may have 'a few more months' (Fox News)

Theresa May kicks off her three week holiday at Lake Garda (Daily Mail)

Trump Is Not Loyal to Jeff Sessions, the First Senator to Endorse Him (Newsweek Magazine)

Islamic extremists kill 5 in Burkina Faso's north (Fox News)

President Trump blocks Chrissy Teigen on Twitter (Daily Mail)

The Edgy Fashion on Game of Thrones Season 7 Is Straight Off the Runway. Here's Proof (Time Magazine)

Family pleads for release of U.S. prisoners in Iran amid deteriorating health (CBS News)

Did Trump Declassify a Secret CIA Program With a Tweet? (NBC News)

Disgraced surgeon Ian Paterson struck off by tribunal (BBC)

'We will strike with a NUCLEAR HAMMER' North Korea vows to attack the US (Daily Star)

3 Controversial Things President Trump Told the Boy Scout Jamboree (Time Magazine)

Experts say the hope of finding alien life helps society (Daily Mail)

Asda sparks price war on hair loss drug used by Trump (Daily Mail)

Yorkshire teenager 'surfs' on a car past police car (Daily Mail)

Road traffic deaths involving police reach eight-year high (BBC)

Deaths involving police rose to 52 last year (Daily Mail)

Eye Opener: Sen. McCain returns for crucial health care vote (CBS News)

Trump Blasts Sessions as Top Aide Floats Divorce (NBC News)

Charlie Gard DENIED chance to die at home as ventilator is too big to fit through door' (Daily Star)

Signs Mock Minneapolis Police After Latest Fatal Shooting (NBC News)

WATCH: Horror moment Oblivion riders are pulled off ride after carriage 'stuck' 180ft up (Daily Star)

Alton Towers: Passengers Escorted Off Oblivion' After Roller Coaster Stops At Highest Point (Huffington Post)

Confusion and mystery shroud health care bill ahead of Senate vote (CBS News)

Polish president emerges as independent in judiciary row (Fox News)

Parents Arrested for Giving Their Baby Drugs on the Day She Was Born (Time Magazine)

No Education for Kids: Nigeria Leads the World in Uneducated Children (Newsweek Magazine)

Republican Lawmakers Defend Attorney General Jeff Sessions After President Trump's Attack (Time Magazine)

Trump Says Acting FBI Director Got $700,000' From Hillary Clinton. Is it True? (Newsweek Magazine)

London thug who battered boy to death jailed for life (Daily Mail)

Israel Removes Metal Detectors at Jerusalem Holy Site (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

BBC Panorama's Latest Programme Is Set To Inflame Stigma Around Mental Health And Medication (Huffington Post)

Vatican turns off fountains as Rome gasps in drought (Daily Mail)

Trump to Scouts: Highlights of speech in 2 minutes (CNN)

French President Emmanuel Macron Hosts Rival Leaders of Libya (Time Magazine)

Russian Senate Wants to Punish Poland for Removing Statues Honoring World War II Soldiers (Newsweek Magazine)

North Carolina man mistakes butternut squash for cheese (Daily Mail)

Charlie Gard's Parents Wrangle With Hospital Over WHERE He Should Die (Huffington Post)

Knife-wielding man shouting 'Allahu Akbar' taken down by cops at busy border crossing (Daily Star)

Israel Replaces Holy Site Metal Detectors With Surveillance (NBC News)

Meet the traveler photographing the world -- via Google Street View (CNN)

Adam Peaty sets new world record in 50m breaststroke (BBC)

Women's Rugby World Cup 2017: 'Deep concern' over end of England contracts (BBC)

Donald Trump Blocks Chrissy Teigen on Twitter: A Brief History of Her Trolling the President (Newsweek Magazine)

Sad! Italian Bank Robbers Wear Trump Masks During Heists (NBC News)

First LGBT fighting unit formed to fight ISIS in Syria (Daily Mail)

Trump Going Crazy From Watching TV, Morning Joe Host Scarborough Says (Newsweek Magazine)

Fifth Bristol University student takes their life in year (Daily Mail)

Life after trafficking: Girls sold for sex by their mothers (CNN)

Charlie Gard's Parents Want to Bring Baby Home to Die (Time Magazine)

Add an Extra 7 Years to Your Life by Doing These 3 Things (Time Magazine)

China Prepares for a Crisis Along North Korea Border (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Charlie Gard's parents want to take him home to die, lawyer says (Fox News)

Charlie Gard latest: High Court to decide tomorrow if terminally ill baby can die at home (Daily Express)

Policemen 'caught bunking off night shifts 120 times' (Daily Mail)

Senate Republicans Try Again to Push Health Care Bill Past Finish Line (Time Magazine)

Pro-Life? Trump Administration is Endangering Womens Lives (Newsweek Magazine)

Donald Trump Twitter Tirade Betrays Just How Much Sh*t He's In (Huffington Post)

Knife-wielding man shouts 'Allahu Akbar,' arrested for attacking police in Spain (Fox News)

Meet the rabbit in China that loves chilli peppers (Daily Mail)

Parents arrested after giving heroin-addicted baby DRUGS just hours after her birth' (Daily Star)

Pope Francis shuts off Vatican fountains due to Italy drought (CBS News)

Treatment will stop HIV transmission while world awaits a vaccine (CNN)

The Morning Brief: Health Care Vote, Boy Scout Jamboree and Salmonella (Time Magazine)

The Vatican Turns off Its 100 Fountains Amid Italian Drought (Time Magazine)

Trump Torches the Political Landscape and Gets Away With It (NBC News)

Will Jeff Sessions Quit or Be Fired? Trump Attacks Attorney General Again (Newsweek Magazine)

McFury: Man claims to have taken VILE pictures from inside McDonald's ice cream machine (Daily Star)

China Toys With an Internet Lockdown (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Mercedes joining Formula E shows 'how much world is changing' (CNN)

Police Shooting: Minneapolis Officers Mocked in Street Signs After Fatal Shooting of Australian Woman (Newsweek Magazine)

Anya Shrubsole: England bowler moves to a career-best seventh in the world (BBC)

Polish president signs contested bill on judiciary into law despite protests (CBS News)

PICTURED: Man 'holding woman hostage' in Greater Manchester in armed police siege (Daily Star)

Donald Trump Pressures Weak Jeff Sessions to Investigate Hillary Clinton Crimes (Newsweek Magazine)

Donald Trump Isnt Taking Russia Investigation Seriously, Invites Senate to Question 11-Year-Old Son (Newsweek Magazine)

President Trump Tweets Attorney General Jeff Sessions Is Very Weak' on Hillary Clinton (Time Magazine)

GOP Sets Senate Health Care Vote Buoyed by John McCain's Return to D.C. (Time Magazine)

Vatican turns off fountains as Italy reels from drought (CNN)

McCain to Return to Take Crucial Health Care Vote (NBC News)

Donald Trump vs. Amazon: All the Times the President and Jeff Bezos Have Called Each Other Out (Newsweek Magazine)

Microsoft Paint: The man who makes art pixel-by-pixel (BBC)

Trump Wants to Arm Ukraine Against Russia, Says New U.S. Special Envoy (Newsweek Magazine)

Trump Talks 'Fake News,' 'Killing Obamacare,' 'Merry Christmas' at Scout Jamboree (NBC News)

Knifeman attacks police near the Spanish-Moroccan border (Daily Mail)

Inside The Mind Of The Man Who Secured Brexit (Huffington Post)

Gangster's moll didn't know life was funded by drug money (Daily Mail)

Girl, 16, plunges off six-storey school building in India (Daily Mail)

Crews from 34 states help fight massive Montana wildfires (CBS News)

Victorian portraits brought to life in vivid colour (Daily Mail)

Greg Rutherford: Long jump champion withdraws from 2017 World Championships (BBC)

India's all-women police fighting sexual harassment (BBC)

Breaking: Man who beat boy, 5, to death for losing a trainer jailed for 18 years (Daily Express)

Donald Trump Confirms Existence Of Secret CIA Program - On Twitter (Huffington Post)

Police dog chases suspect over two miles near Baldock (BBC)

BREAKING: Donald Trump says US working on 'MAJOR' trade deal with UK after Liam Fox visit (Daily Express)

China Wants U.S. To Stop Surveillance Flights, America Says Chinese Intercept of Jet Is Unsafe (Newsweek Magazine)

North Korea Threatens to Strike U.S. With Powerful Nuclear Hammer (Newsweek Magazine)

Man United star David De Gea's WAG shows what he's missing while in Washington DC (Daily Star)

Armed man holds woman hostage in Oldham house (BBC)

African Leader Pictured After Three Months Off Grid (NBC News)

Motorcyclist hits boy before dumping him in bin in China (Daily Mail)

Charlie Gard: 'Last precious moments' for parents with their son (BBC)

Trump vs. New York Times: Fox News Refuses To Apologize For Baghdadi Foiled Assassination Segment (Newsweek Magazine)

Robbers in Donald Trump masks blow up cash machine (BBC)

Japan's Shinzo Abe Is in a Dogfight For His Political Life Over a Favoritism Scandal (Time Magazine)

Charlie Gard's Parents Abandon Fight to Take Ill Child to U.S. (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

BREAKING: Knifeman attacks police officer on Spain Morocco border (Daily Express)

'One Million Lovely Letters': Poet's Beautiful Project Giving Back To People All Over The World (Huffington Post)

Newcastle man manages to get a toy set stuck on his head (Daily Mail)

U.S. Tries to Ease Tensions Between Israel and Jordan After Embassy Attack (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Iraqi Christians who supported Trump angry over threats of deportation (CBS News)

Man Charged With Killing Alligator, Trying to Sell Meat (NBC News)

Justin Bieber apologises after cancelling rest of Purpose World Tour (BBC)

'FIGHT CLUB for orphans and poor children' sparks police probe (Daily Star)

Daring Russians STRIP OFF to share naked pictures of themselves at iconic spots (Daily Star)

Polish President Blocks Two Bills Meant to Curb Court's Independence (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Children of divorce more likely to be obese in later life (Daily Mail)

US imported chicken may come with health concerns (Daily Mail)

Charlie Gard Latest: Great Ormond Street Hospital Criticises US Doctor Michio Hirano (Huffington Post)

Rising political star in China under investigation as Xi tightens grip (CNN)

New Orleans police officer survives being shot for 3rd time: authorities (CBS News)

REVEALED: Princess Diana tapes lift lid on sex life with Prince Charles (Daily Express)

Controversial Singaporean graphic novel wins 'Oscars' of comic world (CNN)

New Jersey man gives free metal concert (Daily Mail)

Israel removes flashpoint holy site metal detectors (BBC)

Current and Former Boy Scouts React to President Trump's Jamboree Speech (Time Magazine)

News Daily: Charlie's parents share 'maximum time' with son (BBC)

Read the Full Transcript of President Trump's 2017 Boy Scout Jamboree Speech (Time Magazine)

China reportedly preps for crisis along border with North Korea (Fox News)

Iraqi Christian community that supported Trump angry over threats of deportation (CBS News)

Israel begins removing metal detectors from Jerusalem shrine (CBS News)

Crocodile drags cow off river bank in Kimberley, WA (Daily Mail)

Trump Gets Political in Speech to Boy Scouts (NBC News)

Parents of Charlie Gard end legal fight to bring terminally ill baby to U.S. (CBS News)

Trump talks to Boy Scouts about 'fake news,' Obamacare (CNN)

China builds high-tech cinema on South China Sea island (CNN)

Trump Boy Scout Speech Is Nazi Hitler Youth Rally, Left Says (Newsweek Magazine)

China deploys troops to North Korea border ahead of US military strike' (Daily Star)

The Time for Negotiations With North Korea Is Now (Time Magazine)

Despacito' Singers Condemn Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro for Remixing Their Song (Time Magazine)

Italian police arrest accused robbers who wore Trump masks (Daily Mail)

Trump plea for unity on showdown healthcare vote (BBC)

North Korea to fire deadly ICBM missile 'THIS WEEK', says US defence (Daily Star)

Man Assaults Workers With Chain Saw at Swiss Insurance Firm (New York Times - Paywall)

Police grant wish of 9-year-old boy with rare disease (CBS News)

British and American girls are the fattest in the world (Daily Mail)

With its Arab neighbors uncharacteristically quiet, Israel seeks to stem crisis (Los Angeles Times)

Israel Agrees to Remove Metal Detectors at Entrances to Aqsa Mosque Compound (New York Times - Paywall)

Carjacking suspect dead after shootout with police on Mo. interstate (CBS News)

'For Charlie, it's too late': Parents of British baby abandon legal fight to get treatment in U.S. (Los Angeles Times)

Despacito Singers Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee Tell Venezuelan President to Stop Using Song for Dictatorial Regime (Newsweek Magazine)

As overdoses rise, pioneering police effort evolves (CBS News)

Israel removes mosque metal detectors as tensions simmer (CNN)

Why I Visited North Korea (New York Times - Paywall)

Parents pledge £1.3m to create Charlie Gard Foundation (Daily Mail)

President Trump Brags About His Election Victory During Boy Scout Jamboree Speech (Time Magazine)

Will Syria's war criminals be let off the hook? (BBC)

China ramp up border security to halt flames of war' overflowing from North Korea (Daily Express)

The extraordinary life of a 91-year-old beauty queen (BBC)

Israel Removes Metal Detectors From Major Jerusalem Holy Site (Time Magazine)

Charlie Gard's parents reduce courtroom to tears (Daily Mail)

Suicide Bombing Targeting Pakistani Police Kills at Least 26 (New York Times - Paywall)

GOSH slams Charlie Gard's US doc for 'giving false hope' (Daily Mail)

Will Charlie Gard be allowed to go back home to die? (Daily Mail)

Charlie Gard: The little boy who moved the world (Daily Mail)

'Dangerous' man with chainsaw at large after attack (CNN)

Major twist in legal battle over critically ill baby Charlie Gard (CBS News)

China set to launch an 'unhackable' internet communication (BBC)

AI POLICE STATE: China to use technology to predict crimes BEFORE they happen (Daily Express)

Chinese police warn they will not tolerate illegal protests in capital (Daily Express)

Chessington World of Adventures HORROR as rare penguins mauled to death by fox (Daily Express)

Top Republican aide predicts Trump mutiny within MONTHS as Russia questions continue (Daily Express)

North Korea v USA LIVE: Trump's army chief warns US must be prepared for war latest (Daily Express)

Lawmaker Blames Female Senators for Failed Health Care Bill (NBC News)

Iran: Trump Administration Is Breaking Iranian Law by Holding Its Citizens As Prisoners (Newsweek Magazine)

Romelu Lukaku: Man Utd striker wants to create his own history at Old Trafford (BBC)

Life on ice: How do you go to the toilet? (BBC)

Rashan Jermaine Charles: Vigil held over police pursuit death (BBC)

Fact Checking Trump's Remarks on Health Care (NBC News)

Scientist describes life on the ice in Greenland (BBC)

Singaporean model, 50, shows off his youthful good looks (Daily Mail)

Charlie Gard: 'Inevitable' conclusion to tragic court battle, say legal experts (Daily Express)

Norovirus Likely Caused Illness Outbreak at Chipotle, Health Officials Say (Time Magazine)

Poland’s President Vetoes 2 Proposed Laws Limiting Courts’ Independence (New York Times - Paywall)

President Trump Says Obamacare Has Wreaked Havoc' on Americans (Time Magazine)

Polish president steps in to veto new judiciary law (Daily Mail)

Parents of critically ill U.K. baby withdraw request for U.S. treatment (CBS News)

Photos offer insight into the secret world of swingers (Daily Mail)

England’s Mental Health Experiment: Free Talk Therapy (New York Times - Paywall)

Bernie Sanders Is Working With Democrats Now, but Will He Be Their Pick for President in 2020? (Newsweek Magazine)

Blame Women? Texas Congressman Singles Out Female Senators as Reason Health Care Bill Failed (Newsweek Magazine)

What made Trump roll his eyes? (BBC)

Royal sons reminisce about life with Princess Diana in documentary (CBS News)

Guernsey couple die when car flies off a coast road (Daily Mail)

How to fight 'time famine' (CNN)

Charlie Gard's parents give up battle to take son to US (CNN)

Global Health: In Some Countries, Women Get Days Off for Period Pain (New York Times - Paywall)

Donald Trump Tells Journalist To Be 'Quiet' For Asking Awkward Questions During Photo Op (Huffington Post)

Polish President vetoes controversial bill (CNN)

Benjamin Mendy: Man City sign Monaco defender for £52m (BBC)

Charlie Gard parents end legal fight for 'beautiful' baby (BBC)

Police hunt for chainsaw attacker after 5 wounded (CBS News)

Car bomb attack targeting police kills at least 12 (CBS News)

Trump County Voters Left Behind but Not Downtrodden (NBC News)

No President Has Pardoned Himself, But Governors and A Drunk Mayor Have (Newsweek Magazine)

Trump Is Using Drain The Swamp Wrong, Former Ethics Chief Says (Newsweek Magazine)

Trump son-in-law Kushner defends conduct after Senate testimony (BBC)

Trump Sells Make America Great Again Merchandise Through a Canadian Company (Newsweek Magazine)

Philippine President Duterte: Drug dealers face 'jail or hell' (Fox News)

Texas couple falls off the back of their ride in video (Daily Mail)

Adam Peaty retains world 100m breaststroke title & Ben Proud wins gold (BBC)

First photo of ailing President in 80 days (CNN)

First LGBT Unit Created to Fight ISIS in Syria. Its Name? The Queer Insurrection (Newsweek Magazine)

North Korea Faces Famine as Kim Jong Un Builds Nuclear Missiles to Attack the U.S. (Newsweek Magazine)

Women's World Cup: England head coach Mark Robinson targets Ashes (BBC)

Women's Rugby World Cup 2017: End of England XVs contracts 'a backwards step' (BBC)

Trump Is Irritating But U.S. Saved Germany After World War II, German President Steinmeier Says (Newsweek Magazine)

Trump sends Middle East envoy to Jerusalem to ease escalating tensions over holy site (Fox News)

Princess Diana Documentary Shares William And Harry's Heartbreaking Insight Into Life With Their Mother (Huffington Post)

Middle East Crisis: Top Muslim Leaders to Meet Over Jerusalem Holy Site as Violence Escalates (Newsweek Magazine)

Trump doesn't want to fire Sessions. He wants him to quit (CNN)

Charlie Gard's Father Chris Delivers Heartrending Statement Outside Court (Huffington Post)

Charlie Gard's Parents Abandon Court Fight for U.S. Treatment (NBC News)

He could have lived' Charlie Gard's dad blames tragedy on 'time-wasting' court battle (Daily Star)

This 12-Year-Old Syrian Refugee Is Aiming To Be Taekwando World Champion (Huffington Post)

Parents of Charlie Gard, Ill British Infant, Abandon Effort to Prolong His Life (New York Times - Paywall)

Were YOU fooled? Top lies children were told by parents (Daily Mail)

Charlie Gard: Parents pay tribute to son as legal fight ends (BBC)

North Korea cancels annual beer festival, tour firms say (CNN)

'Easier to move a mountain': China vows new military drills amid India spat (CNN)

Charlie Gard's disease and legal case: An explainer (Fox News)

Charlie Gard case: Parents withdraw application to bring sick baby to US (Fox News)

They Voted Trump and Need Health Care. This Dem Doctor Volunteers (NBC News)

2 Chinese fighter jets buzz US Navy spy plane in East China Sea (Fox News)

Spanish police beat British tourists with baton in Majorca (Daily Mail)

Former Political Star in China Is Under Party Investigation (New York Times - Paywall)

Grandmother opens up museum to show off royal memorabilia (Daily Mail)

The Legal Battle Behind the Trump Tower Meeting (NBC News)

Russian threats 'stopped' tycoon's widow helping police (Daily Mail)

Mental health chatbot Woebot can help fight depression (Daily Mail)

Polish president to veto 2 bills seen as moves on judiciary (Fox News)

World Cup winners: The rise of women's cricket (BBC)

President Bachelet of Chile Is the Last Woman Standing in the Americas (New York Times - Paywall)

Israeli security Cabinet meets to reconsider metal detectors at sacred Jerusalem plaza (Los Angeles Times)

American student arrested in China has been freed, senator says (CBS News)

News Analysis: For Trump and Putin, Sanctions Are a Setback Both Sought to Avoid (New York Times - Paywall)

The city that makes the most expensive boats in the world (BBC)

Defectors, Google Earth map decades of horror in North Korea (Fox News)

Women's World Cup: England win over India can be 'springboard' for women's cricket (BBC)

Taliban fighters seize 2 districts, kill police officers (CBS News)

American student stuck in China jail for days is freed, family says (Fox News)

Amid flaring tensions, Israel installs cameras at holy site (Fox News)

Conflict among Syrian forces may draw U.S. into proxy fight (Los Angeles Times)

'My fingers were almost cut off by a drone' (BBC)

Trump Immigration Crackdown Straining Courts, Advocates Say (NBC News)

Israeli troops on high alert as violent protests continue in Jerusalem (Los Angeles Times)

Errant U.S. airstrike kills 16 Afghan police officers in Helmand province, officials say (Los Angeles Times)

Abbas freezes relations with Israel after deadly clashes over Jerusalem shrine (Los Angeles Times)

State Department will ban U.S. citizens from traveling to North Korea (Los Angeles Times)

How China is doubling-down on internet censorship (CNN)

Trump said he left his seat at G-20 dinner because the Japanese first lady spoke no English. She's pretty fluent (Los Angeles Times)

Crisis over Jerusalem holy site intensifies ahead of Friday prayers (Los Angeles Times)

After Trump reluctantly certifies Iran is obeying nuclear deal, he slaps it with new sanctions (Los Angeles Times)

Weird world of Japanese robots (CNN)