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A Republican congresswoman has called the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade a “victory for white life” while praising former president Donald Trump for his role. Mary Miller, a representative from Illinois, made the controversial comments at a “Save America” rally on Saturday (25 June) where she shared the stage with Mr Trump. “President Trump, on behalf of all the Maga patriots in America, I want to thank you for the historic victory for white life in the Supreme Court yesterday,” Ms Miller said, to cheers from the audience.
The 2021 census was taken when much of Australia was in lockdown. The data will be a snapshot of the ‘enormous ripple effect’ of the pandemic
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he remains "optimistic" that the government can solve the problems around the Northern Ireland Protocol, appealing for the EU negotiators to show "flexibility". MPs are set to vote on controversial new legislation to give ministers powers to override parts of the post-Brexit deal in the province.
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The inquiry was launched on the second anniversary of the stabbings at the Park Inn hotel in Glasgow.
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An elderly woman in wheelchair approached a line of armed police officers at the front of a pro-abortion rights march in Tuscon, Arizona, on Friday, June 24, and told them: “I am 90 years old, and this is the saddest day of her life.”“I never thought I would leave to see this,” the woman adds, before turning her wheelchair away from the officers.The march was one of scores that took place across the country after the US Supreme Court overturned its landmark 1973 Roe v Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide.The encounter between the woman and officers was captured by photojournalist Jon Steganga of Humanizing Through Story, who said police at that time were preventing protesters from marching onto Interstate 10. Credit: Humanizing Through Story via Storyful
On the corner of a street in Jackson, Mississippi, America's reckoning with abortion is up close and raw.
Crowds marched through the streets of Paris on Saturday, June 25, as the French capital hosted its annual gay pride parade.This footage, captured by Romain Miot, shows people holding colorful signs and marching along on Boulevard Beaumarchais in central Paris. Credit: Romain Miot via Storyful
The nine justices of the Supreme Court made clear in their landmark ruling Friday whether they stand on abortion
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Letters: John Lynch and Declan O’Neill respond to an article on how tactical voting, as seen in the recent byelections, could reshape British politics. Plus a letter from David Smith
A murder investigation is under way in Ilford, east London after a 36-year-old woman died from serious head injuries while walking along Cranbrook Road in the direction of Gants Hill Station.
At least one person died and several were injured when a rocket struck a nine-story residential tower in Kyiv on Sunday morning, June 26, according to Ukrainian authorities.Footage from Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty shows emergency crews evacuating the damaged building, putting out flames, and trawling through debris.More than 80 personnel responded, according to Sergey Kruk, the head of Ukraine’s State Emergency Service (SES).Kyiv’s mayor, Vitali Klitschko, said the strike killed one person and injured six, four of whom were taken to a hospital. Among those four victims was a seven-year-old girl who was in “stable” condition and expected to survive, Klitschko said. The child’s mother was in a condition of “moderate severity,” he added. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty via Storyful