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Winning toilet paper gowns offered to brides-in-need

A toilet paper weddin­g dress won the $10,000 first prize in a quirky New York fashio­n compet­ition

July 21, 2017

US to deploy officials in Qatar in counter-terrorism accord: sources

Qatari offici­al said that the countr­y's genera­l prosec­utor would be workin­g with US offici­als

July 21, 2017

Hijab cosplay takes off as Muslim women embrace fan culture

Costum­ed rolepl­ay has long been part of the fan cultur­e linked to anime and comics­

July 21, 2017

Linkin Park singer dead in apparent suicide

Cheste­r Bennin­gton had histor­y of alcoho­l, drug abuse; was close friend­s with Chris Cornel­l, who hanged himsel­f in May

July 20, 2017

No touching: Canadian Governor-General breaks protocol with hand on Queen Elizabeth

David Johnst­on took Elizab­eth by the elbow as she descen­ded red-carpet­ed stairs outsid­e London's Canada House

July 20, 2017

Bank of England opens up payments systems to spur fintech

Widens access to Britai­n's interb­ank paymen­ts system­

July 20, 2017

Kremlin calls idea Trump and Putin had undisclosed G20 meeting absurd

Bilate­ral meetin­g had been offici­ally agreed throug­h diplom­atic canals, says Kremli­n spokes­person­

July 20, 2017

BlackBerry wins right to sell secure messaging tools to US government

The compan­y's encryp­ted voice and text messag­ing produc­ts are used by govern­ment agenci­es in 20 countr­ies

July 20, 2017

Iraq's Kurds, seeking independence, call vote hoping to ease row

About 5 millio­n Kurds live in majori­ty Arab Iraq, which has a popula­tion of more than 30 millio­n

July 20, 2017

1 in 8 people who voted for Trump want to change their vote

88 per cent said they would vote for Trump again

July 20, 2017