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Just published: front page of the Financial Times, international edition, Friday 27 May

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Crypto and sports bet on winning combination to woo fans

Breaking news: G7 energy ministers have called on the Opec group of oil producing countries to pump more oil, as Russia’s war in Ukraine pushes crude prices to their highest levels in a decade

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European football now belongs to the highest bidder, @jburnmurdoch  writes

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Same-sex activity, long ignored by scientists, is widespread in many species, including the bisexual bonobo. We review two works on female sexuality that attempt to rebalance centuries of gender bias from often male-dominated science

Iran seizes two Greek oil tankers in Strait of Hormuz

Utility shut-offs loom after pandemic freezes expire for US households

Under Jürgen Klopp's stewardship this season, Liverpool have recorded one of the highest win ratios in the past 20 years of Champions League matches.

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Breaking news: Ukraine and Russia have made significant progress on a tentative 15-point peace plan including a ceasefire and Russian withdrawal

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How liveable will earth be in 2070? Up to a third of the projected global population of 9bn could be exposed to temperatures on a par with the hottest parts of the Sahara, according to research by scientists from China, US and Europe

Donald Trump’s debt totals at least $1.1bn. Should he win re-election, about $900m of it will come due during his second term

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Jamil Anderlini: If societal breakdown can happen in Hong Kong, it can happen anywhere. And it will take decades to build it back up

Opinion: At least 1m people in Britain are estimated to have lost their jobs since March. Dominic Cummings is not one of them. That’s all you need to know about this week in British politics

After the Taliban entered Kabul, business owners took down pictures of women from beauty salons, tailor shops and plastic surgery centres for fear of being punished by the militants. Some TV channels replaced soap operas with Islamic shows

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The Catalan election results make it clear: the independence movement has won. Now comes the hard part

Colombia produces more cocaine now than it did in the early 1990s when drug cartel leader Pablo Escobar was at the height of his notoriety

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