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High Wycombe murder inquiry launched after dying man found in street. Suspect arrested after police officers saw man on ground surrounded by group of males – who fled scene
Alex Scott has received support from colleagues, athletes and politicians.
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
Vaccine passports would stop people enjoying their freedoms, Boris Johnson has been warned. The Prime Minister has unveiled plans to make vaccine passports mandatory in nightclubs from September. Cabinet ministers apparently warned these so-called passports will infringe upon people’s freedoms.
A Tunisian judge who has been accused by human rights groups of hiding terrorism-related files has been placed under house arrest for 40 days, local radio and a security source said on Saturday. The move against Judge Bechir Akremi came after President Kais Saied pledged to lead a campaign against corruption in all sectors, following his dismissal this week of the prime minister and freezing of parliament. Right activists in Tunisia see Akremi as symbolizing corruption in the judiciary, saying he is close to the Ennahda moderate Islamist party, the biggest party in parliament.
England’s Covid care home death toll is likely to be thousands higher than official figures show, amid claims the watchdog excluded key dates when patients were discharged from hospitals without tests. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) declared there were 39,017 Covid-related deaths across care homes in England when it published official figures for the first time in July. But care providers told The Telegraph the numbers were likely to be far higher, as only people who died with Covid between A
France upped its score of medals at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday including gold in mixed team judo, silver in the women's Rugby Sevens and a bronze in the mixed triathlon relay. France's mixed judo team lead by Clarisse Agbégnénou and Teddy Riner, beat Japan's team 4-1 to grab their first ever gold medal in this category, introduced only this year.After their close semi-final against Israël (4-3) on Friday evening, Sarah Léonie Cysique, Romane Dicko and Axel Clerget proved to be up to the mark
A 25-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder and perverting the course of justice.
From fierce heat to flooding, the highs and lows of the past few weeks send a message to us all.
Musician’s lawyer called lawsuit a ‘sad attempt to unfairly profit’ from recent catalogue sale
This clip shows protesters encamping outside Downing Street, London, in solidarity with the Iranian people. Demonstrators are on hunger strike against water shortage in Iran, the crackdown on protesters, the human rights violations committed by the regime, as well as the lack of coverage of these humanitarian issues by Western media. The video was filmed on July 31.
University students won’t need to have had both their coronavirus jabs to attend lecturers, 10 Downing Street has confirmed. Boris Johnson has already unveiled plans for coronavirus passports to be used to get into nightclubs from September. The government has strongly encouraged everyone in higher education to get their coronavirus vaccines.
Team GB have a first confirmed boxing medal in Tokyo after Karriss Artingstall claimed Olympic bronze in the women’s featherweight category after being narrowly beaten by Japan’s Sena Irie in their semi-final. An earlier win over Australia’s Skye Nicolson had guaranteed Artingstall a medal but she failed to reach the gold medal bout after a split decision defeat. It was a nip-and-tuck affair, with both fighters landing telling blows throughout, but in the end three of the judges scored the contest 29-28 in Japanese fighter Irie’s favour.
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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.
They have gone up in 12 cities across the UK including Manchester, Aberdeen and Newcastle
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
The boxing tournament, held in a sacred and silent sumo palace, is already the second most successful for British boxers in the last 73 years
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