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NASA launches laser satellite ICESat-2 to measure ice loss

The ICESat-2 was sent into orbit by a Delta II rocket from Vandenberg Air Force base in California at 6.02am (2.02pm UK time)

Tony Blair urges Labour MPs to stay as a new centrist...

Mr Blair, who led Labour from 1994 to 2007, said "serious figures" should instead tell its leaders not to move towards the extremes

Huge haul of stolen Hollywood film equipment found in Argentina

Police raided a series of firms involved in video production in Buenos Aires and found dozens of professional cameras, lenses and lighting rigs

TUC pressures Labour Party to support second Brexit referendum

General secretary Frances O'Grady said that the public should have a say on the terms of the Brexit deal through a "popular vote", despite the prime minister ruling it out

‘Boris went too far’: Tories criticise Johnson for ‘suicide vest’ article

Several MPs have accused the former foreign secretary of going too far in his comments, which were made in an article for a Sunday newspaper

Kia Oval scheme has stopped six tons of plastic going to...

Switching to reusable drinking vessels and installing water fountains has prevented an estimated 690,000 pieces of plastic from being used at the venue

Amesbury novichok was same as poisoned Skripals – OPCW

The body that polices the worldwide use of chemical weapons released its report after it was invited by the UK to analyse the substance that left Ms Sturgess dead and her friend Charlie Rowley in hospital

Russian state TV airs previously unannounced Putin programme

State-owned Rossiya 1 broadcast the first episode of 'Moscow. Kremlin. Putin' on Sunday evening, covering the president's activities for the week

Tributes paid in Vietnam to ex-prisoner of war John McCain

Vietnam's foreign minister said Mr McCain, whose death was announced on Saturday, was a "symbol of his generation" who helped "heal the wounds of war"

Myanmar generals must be tried for genocide against Rohingya – UN

Six generals should be tried over orchestrated gross human rights violations and abuses in Kachin, Rakhine and Shan states, an independent fact-finding mission found