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Homecoming show hails artistry and endurance of Sarajevo HaggadahVibrantly illustrated Sephardic Jewish book is believed to have been made in Spain in the 14th century An illustration in the Sarajevo Haggadah. Photograph: c/o Sefarad-Israel Centre in Madrid
HONG KONG (Reuters) -A Hong Kong group that organises an annual vigil on June 4 to remember protesters killed in China's 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown will disband, it said on Saturday, after facing national security charges. "I believe Hong Kong people, no matter their capacity, will continue to commemorate June 4 as before," Richard Tsoi, the secretary of the group, the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements in China, told reporters. A vote on Saturday to disband was supported by 41 of its members with four opposed, Tsoi said.
"It’s a shame because I feel like it’s a great opportunity for good to happen."
Court officials confirmed Andrew received the papers on September 21. He denies the allegations.
The hunt is on to also find 5,500 poultry staff to tackle shortages – but visas will only ‘be valid until 24 December’
A Labour MP was wrong to say that "only women have a cervix", party leader Sir Keir Starmer has said. Rosie Duffield has been criticised for her opposition to transgender women being able to access single-sex spaces such as domestic violence refuges, school toilets and prisons. The Canterbury MP is not attending Labour's conference in Brighton on security advice after allegedly getting threats.
Iceland on Sunday became the first country in Europe to have more women than men in parliament, a day after a general election that left the future of the left-right coalition in doubt despite it winning a clear majority.
Images show a man walking in Pegler Square, Kidbrooke, on the evening Sabina was attacked.
Sir Keir Starmer has been forced to water down his planned overhaul of Labour rules at the opening of the party's conference in Brighton, as he was accused of an "almost pathological fear of democracy" in pushing for change. The Labour leader had sought to use the Brighton gathering to alter the rules on how the party elects future leaders, including an abandonment of the system that saw Jeremy Corbyn twice elected to the party's leadership.
Powerful owls are gentle giants stalking our suburbs, but they are also on the edge. These are massive, charismatic birds with an exhibitionistic streak who have increasingly moved to the city with their natural habitat under pressure . The Guardian/ BirdLife Australia 2021 bird of the year poll begins on Monday
The former Labour leader said people reached political conclusions by many different routes.
Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries visits the Worcestershire Medal Service in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, where the Queen's Platinum Jubilee medal is being struck ahead of next year's celebrations. The medal will be awarded to serving frontline staff with five years' service, including police, fire, paramedic and prison staff and armed forces personnel. Exclusive footage of the previously unseen medal and interviews with Nadine Dorries and Worcestershire Medal Service chief executive Phil McDermott.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said voters are prepared to give his party a fair hearing as he dismissed Boris Johnson as an untrustworthy “showman”.
Dozens of far-right extremists use Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter to promote their brands, new research shows
A book of condolence has been opened at a community centre near to where Sabina Nessa lived and was killed. The 28-year-old woman had been walking to meet a friend at a nearby pub when she was fatally attacked in Cator Park near her home in Kidbrooke, southeast London. The OneSpace centre has set up the book for visitors to write messages to remember Sabina and to send condolences to her family.
Fraught relations with neighboring China are dominating the election for the leader of Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party
All the latest political developments in the UK, as the Government plans to offer 5,000 three-month visas for foreign lorry drivers in the lead-up to Christmas.
The two F1 championship contenders crashed last time out at Monza.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tells the United Nations that no country should exploit the turmoil in Afghanistan for its own advantage after Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan appealed for nations to work with the Taliban.
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