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Daily Mail: Girl without a hijab is savagely manhandled and dragged away by Iranian security services

Daily Mail: This Morning's Phillip Schofield and ex co-host Fern Britton reignited long-running feud

CNN: Trump announces 'hard hitting' new sanctions against Iran

CNN: Milan-Cortina to host 2026 Winter Olympics

CNN: Nancy Pelosi says she told Trump: 'You're scaring the children'

CNN: This music service offers playlists that help you focus

CNN: Mr. President, leave declaring war to Congress

CNN: Supreme Court creates new limits to FOIA disclosure

CNN: Highest levels of methane on Mars

CNN: Dementia risk 'tied to common drugs'

CNN: Trump accuser: Alleged sex assault mirrored 'Access Hollywood' claims

CNN: Trump announces 'hard hitting' sanctions against Iran

Daily Mail: US Open 2019 tee times - Third round pairings at Pebble Beach

Daily Mail: Five spectators injured by runaway golf cart during US Open

Daily Mail: Andy Murray and Feliciano Lopez face top seeds in Queen's Club opener

Daily Mail: Arsenal have £14million bid rejected for Lorient winger Alexis Claude Maurice 

Daily Mail: Manchester City hope for positive answer as Rodri considers £62m move

Daily Mail: Fulham eyeing up move for Leeds midfielder Adam Forshaw

Daily Mail: Swansea eager to bring in highly-rated Reece James on loan from Chelsea

Daily Mail: Leeds United ready to make £250K offer for Carlisle starlet Liam McCarron

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