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Sadness over Trump's climate decision

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It was hardly a surprise, but Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the Paris climate agreement has brought a concerned response from world leaders. The United Nations called the president's announcement that he was leaving the deal - aimed at restricting rises in global temperatures - a "major disappointment".

In a phone call, UK Prime Minister Theresa May told Mr Trump the agreement had been set up in 2015 to protect the "prosperity and security of future generations".

But the president's view is different. "He sees it as a clear job killer," says BBC environment correspondent Matt McGrath, "as an economy strangler and a desperately unfair stitch-up by other countries wanting to take economic advantage of the US."

Analysis: Is Trump abandoning US global leadership?

By Paul Adams, BBC News

When he shoved aside the prime minister of Montenegro, Donald Trump seemed to act out an ugly version of America First. A billionaire who is used to bending friend and foe alike to his will appears to struggle with anything more collaborative. But there are signs that his muscular approach, while popular among supporters at home, has already caused a shift in the tectonic plates of the world order.

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May 'aiming for migration target by 2022'

Getting net migration down to "tens of thousands" a year is one of the Conservatives' main manifesto pledges, but until now no date has been set for achieving this. Theresa May has signalled that 2022 is the aim, while admitting there's no "magic bullet". Labour's called immigration targets "bogus".

Boys electrocuted on railway line

Two boys have suffered serious injuries after being electrocuted on a railway line. Ambulance staff said they had been told that four teenagers were playing next to the line in Wednesbury, in the West Midlands. One boy is in a critical condition.

False claims for Manchester concert tickets

More than 10,000 people have made false claims for free tickets to Sunday's concert in Manchester for victims and families of last month's bombing, Ticketmaster says. It blames "opportunists or touts". Twenty-two people died and 116 were injured in a suicide bombing at the end of singer Ariana Grande's show at the Manchester Arena on 22 May.

What the papers say

The Times leads on a report that Labour wants to try to form a minority government if there's a hung parliament after next week's general election, relying on SNP votes to implement its policies. The i, meanwhile, says Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are offering "clashing" views of what Brexit should mean, while the Guardian tells of "anger" over Donald Trump's climate deal decision.

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Today's lookahead

11:00 Activists stage a protest outside the Russian embassy in London, calling on the country's authorities to investigate reports of a crackdown on LGBT people in Chechnya.

20:30 Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May take part in consecutive audience debates, as David Dimbleby hosts a BBC Question Time special.

On this day

1953 Queen Elizabeth II is crowned in a ceremony in Westminster Abbey, in front of more than 8,000 guests.

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