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India’s government continues to downplay the Pegasus scandal, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi dismissing it as a “non-issue”. But opposition parties have shown rare unity in calling for an investigation, describing it as an assault on human rights and democracy. FRANCE 24 reports from New Delhi. Israeli's NSO Group company created the Pegasus spyware to target criminals and terrorists. But investigations reveal that, like other governments around the world, India was using the spyware to targe
A man reportedly presented knife injuries to London pub staff before leaving the area, police said. Officers and London Ambulance staff were alerted to the scene in the early hours of Saturday morning at around 3am in Station Road, Harrow. Police have arrested a 23-year-old man on suspicion of criminal damage and grievous bodily harm.
The world champion finished 0.088 seconds faster than Verstappen at the Hungaroring
The Met Office warned lightning damage, thunderstorms and downpours will dampen this weekend. Hot air from Africa will bring the warm weather to Britain, AccuWeather forecaster Alyssa Smithmyer said. High pressure from the Azores will bump temperatures to the top 20Cs in mid August, Weather Outlook forecaster Brian Gaze predicted.
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When the protocol grace period ends, residents may not be able to access the essential medicines they need. The UK and EU must come to a swift agreement so the vulnerable don’t suffer
Arizona Republicans’ partisan review of the 2020 election results got off to a rocky start when their contractors broke rules for counting ballots and election experts warned the work was dangerous for democracy
Wilson secured Team GB’s first sailing podium of the Games
Conservatives could lose up to 16 seats in the south and east of England
Actor claims he has not seen a penny from net profits, despite the film grossing around $170m worldwide
In this clip filmed on July 31, heavy rain, flash flooding, and hail hit the town of Deal, Kent. As the video shows, within minutes the roads and pedestrian walkways are flooded.
Deporting ‘foreign criminals’ in the middle of the night doesn’t make us safer. The government exploits dominant myths about crime and immigration to justify its mass deportation flights
The company, which is also backed by Ford Motor Co, has been in negotiations with the British government for weeks about the construction of a plant near Bristol, the report https://bit.ly/3zT7Ron added. The talks are not yet at an advanced stage but any investment decision would likely be worth well over 1 billion pounds ($1.39 billion), the report said, citing sources. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) declined to comment on "individual investments".
The World No1 missed out on a medal as he fell to Spain’s Pablo Carreno Busta in three sets
Hong Kong police have arrested a man on suspicion of insulting the national anthem
Musician’s lawyer called lawsuit a ‘sad attempt to unfairly profit’ from recent catalogue sale
UK drivers want lower wet-weather motorway speed limit, finds poll. More than 70% of drivers in RAC survey wanted 70mph limit lowered in slippery conditions
Britain has led the world in finding drugs that can help save the lives of people on death’s door with Covid. Already, the UK has approved the steroid dexamethasone and the arthritis drug tocilizumab following trials. Together, they can lower the risk of death in the sickest patients by around 40 per cent. Yet we may be approaching a time when Covid could be largely treated by the GP, with the majority of patients never needing hospital treatment. This week, Japan became the first country to gra
BBC’s Alex Scott ‘proud’ of working class accent after peer’s elocution jibe. Lord Digby Jones accuses Alex Scott of spoiling Olympics coverage by dropping her ‘g’s