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Tuesday

Buckingham Palace announces that King Charles has been diagnosed with cancer

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Wednesday

Some wrongly accused British postal workers begin to see justice after TV drama airs

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Thursday

Luke Littler of England throws his dart during the final match against Luke Humphries of England at the World Darts Championship, in London, Wednesday. Kin Cheung/AP hide caption

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A teenage British darts phenom astounds as runner-up in the world championship

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British teenager's surprise World Darts Championship run ends in defeat

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Wednesday

The 16-year-old dart player who captured Britain's imagination

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Saturday

The guided-missile destroyer USS Carney in Souda Bay, Greece. The U.S. military said the ship shot down drones launched from Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen on Saturday. Petty Officer 3rd Class Bill Dodge/U.S. Navy via AP hide caption

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Mayim Bialik attends the 2022 Fox Upfront on May 16, 2022, in New York City. She will no longer appear as a host on the syndicated version of Jeopardy! Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images hide caption

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Sunday

How the rise of the far right in Ireland provoked the Dublin riots

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Friday

What we know about Dublin's riots — and what they indicate about European politics

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Wednesday

U.K. government wants to work around Supreme Court ruling on migrant deportations

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Saturday

An American flag is set to half mast Saturday on a football field in Lisbon Falls, Maine, just a few hundred yards from a recycling facility where law enforcement found the body of Robert Card, the suspect in this week's mass shootings. Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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Saturday

Wednesday

Actor Kevin Spacey is cleared of nine sex offenses in a London court

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Wednesday

China accuses the U.K. of protecting fugitives from Hong Kong

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Sunday

Police officers walk as they try to disperse protesters with tear gas during a demonstration against police in Marseille, southern France on July 1. Clement Mahoudeau/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Hundreds arrested and a mayor's home attacked as protests roil France for a 5th night

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Saturday

People at a viewing deck of the Rockefeller Center gaze at the Manhattan skyline on Friday during heavy smog brought by wildfire smoke from Canada. Ed Jones/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Dutch King Willem-Alexander lays a wreath at the slavery monument Saturday after apologizing for the royal house's role in slavery in a speech greeted by cheers and whoop. Remko de Waal/AP hide caption

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Thursday

Britain's plan to send asylum-seeking migrants to Rwanda is unlawful, court rules

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Wednesday

Actor Kevin Spacey's sexual offence trial begins in London

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Friday

5 men who perished in the submersible implosion shared a spirit of adventure

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Wednesday

An undated photo shows a tourist submersible belonging to OceanGate descending into the ocean. Search and rescue operations for one of the company's submersibles, Titan, are continuing Wednesday. OceanGate/Handout/Getty Images hide caption

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