The Telegraph
Friday , July 7 , 2017
 
International
 

Trump asks if West has will to survive

President Trump cast himself as a defender of western values in a clash of civilisations during a dark and confrontational speech in Warsaw today, rebuking the news media, American intelligence...   | Read..
 

Minister in tears over tragedy

Britain's Indian-origin housing minister, Alok Sharma, broke down in Parliament yesterday while delivering a statement on the Grenfell Tower tragedy in which many of the 80...   | Read..
 

Eatery bans foreigners

An upscale Bangladeshi restaurant has banned foreign guests, fearing a repeat of last year's deadly terrorist attack in a Dhaka cafe, the owner said today.   | Read..
 

Garfield's 'gay act'

Andrew Garfield is getting criticised for saying he is gay, but without the "physical act".   | Read..
 

Slain NY officer was her family's warrior

Officer Miosotis Familia of the New York Police Department was the youngest of nine brothers and sisters, a family dynamic that gave her an outspoken personality and a...   | Read..
 

Microsoft to lay off thousands of workers

Microsoft is laying off thousands of employees in a shake-up aimed at selling more subscriptions to software applications that can be used on any Internet-connected device.   | Read..
 
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