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WHAT THE PAPERS SAY
WHAT THE PAPERS SAY
Profits at Topps Tiles slumped in the first half of the year as the tiling retailer flagged a slowing housing market and challenging market conditions.
Nationwide Building Society has seen its annual profits tumble by nearly a quarter after it moved to protect savers from rock-bottom interest rates.
Two men in Indonesia's Aceh province have been publicly caned for consensual gay sex, a punishment rights advocates denounced as "medieval torture".
James Corden has paid an emotional tribute to Manchester as entertainers from around the world mourned the fans killed in a terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert.
US star Ariana Grande has said she is “broken” following a suspected terrorist attack at her Manchester Arena concert left 22 dead.
Hollywood star Kathleen Turner has said her sex symbol status prompted “certain actors” to compete against each other to “get” with her.
The liberation of the northern Iraqi city of Mosul "is imminent" and the days of the Islamic State group's self-declared caliphate "are numbered", the UN envoy for Iraq has said.
President Donald Trump is proposing a 4.1 trillion dollar (£3.1 trillion) federal budget that slashes safety net programmes for the poor, targeting food stamps and Medicaid.
South Korea's former president Park Geun-hye has arrived at a Seoul court for the beginning of her corruption trial.
Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn has invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in rebuffing a subpoena in the investigation into Russia's election meddling.
Greece and its European creditors have failed to clinch a deal for its next batch of bailout loans and to secure an agreement on the sort of debt relief measures it can expect to get when its current bailout programme ends next year.
A small sinkhole has opened up in the road outside President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.
Mouse sperm that spent nine months in space has yielded healthy mice, Japanese scientists said.
A father has described seeing “carnage everywhere” in the wake of an explosion at Manchester Arena that left around 30 people, including children and disabled victims, lying on the floor.
Protesters have set late president Hugo Chavez's childhood home in western Venezuela on fire, an opposition legislator said, as protests against the nation's socialist government grew increasingly hostile.
Small businesses in Scotland remain "nervous" about exporting abroad, according to a study.
The UK risks losing its position as the top European destination for foreign investment amid concerns over Brexit, a report said.
Scotland won a record number of investments from overseas in 2016, although growth in the area was substantially lower than the previous year.
Company bosses are urging the new government to publish a detailed list of Brexit priorities immediately after next month's General Election.
Two teenagers have been arrested over the death of a 15-year-old girl from suspected drug use in Portadown, police said.
Antonio Conte was rewarded for leading Chelsea to the Premier League title with two League Managers Association awards on Monday night.
Strong gains for technology companies like software and chip makers helped lead US stocks higher Monday.
Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann has said there is a 'six out of 10' chance of him joining Manchester United this summer.
More than 31 million people were displaced in their own countries last year, a report has found.
A plane once owned by Elvis Presley is going under the hammer after sitting on a runway in New Mexico for 30 years.
Nicole Kidman looked like a prima ballerina on the Cannes Film Festival red carpet, making a graceful entrance to her latest premiere in a stunning full net skirt.
A look at the campaign trails on May 22 as Theresa May gets heckled by a protester and riled by a journalist. John Prescott then tried to press home Labour’s advantage by saying you “can’t trust” the Prime Minister.
Sunderland owner Ellis Short has launched the search for a ninth manager in eight-and-a-half years and a sixth in little more than four after David Moyes' exit from the Stadium of Light.
Actress Naomi Watts has said she has “good days and bad days” following her split from long-term partner Liev Schreiber.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has accused protesters of setting fire to a government supporter.
Sir Elton John has unveiled the results of his music video contest at the Cannes Film Festival.
Gael Clichy has reportedly confirmed he is leaving Manchester City following the conclusion of their season.
David Moyes returned to the Premier League confident he would be able to restore his reputation after Sunderland came calling.
Embattled Brazilian president Michel Temer has said he will only leave office if forced out, despite facing growing calls to resign over a corruption scandal.
Lana Del Rey and The Weeknd dance on the Hollywood sign in the dreamlike video for new song Lust For Life.
Michael Halford is looking forward to a double Classic tilt at the Curragh this weekend.
Sinn Fein has called for an Irish unity referendum within five years.
One Direction star Liam Payne is heading for a top 10 entry in the charts this week with his debut solo single.
Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce is anticipating a "difficult" summer as he looks to build upon his achievement of steering the club away from the Premier League relegation zone.
A Mississippi politician has said he was wrong to call for Louisiana leaders to be lynched for removing Confederate monuments.
Transport Minister Shane Ross has said Bus Eireann can be built into a successful and sustainable business after unions agreed to pay cuts and reforms.
Two police officers have been injured after their car was rammed several times by a stolen camper van.
Lady Gaga has vowed to be a “warrior” for people fighting cancer after losing her best friend to the disease.
The Labour Party is fighting back in Wales and is predicted to win the majority of seats there after overtaking the Tories for the first time since the snap General Election was called, according to a new poll.
Barclays is stepping up its pursuit of wealthy clients by beefing up its private banking arm with 100 new staff.
Manchester United came bottom of the league for points won per pound spent on players' wages, according to analysis by sports finance experts.
Yaya Toure has expressed his desire to see out the rest of his career at Manchester City.
The leading Democrat on a congressional committee has said documents suggest Michael Flynn lied to federal security clearance investigators about the source of payments he received from a Russian state-sponsored TV network.
Everton captain Phil Jagielka admits some players did not do themselves any favours in the eyes of manager Ronald Koeman during Sunday's insipid 3-1 defeat to 10-man Arsenal.
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