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Today's News

Today's headlines include a look at Manchester City's win against Sevilla, the U.K.'s first cabinet without a White man in top office, the Australian share market's opening, a driver arrested after a crash that killed five teens, Windows 11's first 'Moment' upgrade, and a mass stabbing in Saskatchewan.


  1. Manchester City thrashes Sevilla with Erling Haaland scoring a brace
  2. The U.K. cabinet is now includes a White man in top office
  3. The ASX is opening lower today
  4. A driver has been arrested after five teens died in a ute crash in Sydney
  5. Windows 11's first upgrade may come in October
  6. The second suspect in a Saskatchewan mass stabbing is still at large
  7. The IAEA calls for a "protection zone" around a Ukrainian power plant
  8. Aida Victoria Merlano talks about her sentence in an emotional interview
  9. Xiaomi introduces the Redmi 11 Prime with a 90 Hz display and 50 MP camera
  10. Real Madrid defeat Celtic in a match that was fairly lopsided
  11. Liz Truss is conducting a clear-out of Sunak supporters from her cabinet
  12. A new study has found that mice on the rainy side of the Andes Mountains are bigger than those on the dry side
  13. A new law will force Boomers to sell their homes
  14. Thomas Tuchel is unhappy with Chelsea's "lack of hunger" after a disappointing loss to Dinamo Zagreb
  15. A new study has found that a "Doomsday" glacier may melt faster than expected
  16. Māori high school students are being asked to perform a karakia on human bones
  17. CNN has postponed an interview with Peter Obi indefinitely
  18. Police have identified the body of Eliza Fletcher
  19. Barnaby Joyce says that Labor has changed the law on fuel emissions standards