News Headlines - 26 June 2016

The Americans' guide to understanding Brexit: your questions answered | The Guardian

Guardian US asked for questions from American readers on the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. Here are some of your questions, plus a few from the Guardian US staff, and our answers

British political turmoil erupts in wake of Brexit vote - The Washington Post

The political fallout from Britain’s stunning decision to leave the European Union intensified Sunday, with debate escalating inside the governing Conservative Party over choosing a successor to Prime Minister David Cameron and a coup attempt emerging against the leader of the opposition Labour Party.

Who's staying and who's going in the shadow cabinet? - BBC News

Four members of Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet have quit or been sacked, amid reports that more will follow. Here's a quick guide to who's going and who remains in Labour's top team.

Falluja 'fully liberated' from Islamic State | The Guardian

A senior Iraqi commander has declared that Falluja is fully liberated from Islamic State militants after the capture of the last district held by the militants following a month-long military operation.

Ireland Seek Handball Revenge Against France

The Republic of Ireland will try to follow Wales into the quarter-finals of Euro 2016 today and, in the process, avenge perhaps the most painful moment in their football history against hosts France.








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