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HAFC earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2021.
The Children’s Society is campaigning to protect children from exploitation by organised criminals – crucially, it wants any child being controlled by drug dealers to be recognised as a victim, not a criminal
The music producer has had a tough time in camp.
The 'I'm A Celeb' star had to leave camp after falling ill.
The fast-food chain returned to the UK this year after a 22-year absence and has seen sales beat expectations.
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A judge in the Court of Protection ruled earlier this year that the woman should be allowed to die but appeal judges have ordered a new hearing.
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The UK car industry has warned of challenges just to remain operational after it produced just shy of 65,000 cars last month - the weakest October since 1956. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) blamed "production stoppages" linked to the shortage of semiconductors globally for the woeful total, adding that a resurgent coronavirus pandemic could make things worse in the months ahead. The chip shortage is tipped, according to consulting firm AlixPartners, to cost the world's automotive industry $60bn (£45bn) in lost sales this year.
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A council in Australia appears set to effectively ban cats from being outdoors unless they are on a lead. Planned changes to laws in Freemantle, Western Australia, would see felines prohibited from all council owned areas, including roads, verges and bushlands. Members of the council voted to approve proposals tabled by Councillor Adin Lang, on the basis it would protect wildlife and remove the risk of cats being hit by cars.
'Untrainable' stray Labrador becomes expert fire service search dog
France's popular, government-regulated tax-free savings account scheme, known as the "Livret A", is likely to raise interest rates in February after recording the biggest deposit outflow since 2014.
Spectacular drone shots captured the city of Vitoria, Brazil, from high above its busy highways, on Friday 26 November. The footage shows a huge cross in Praça do Papa (Pope's Square), stunning aerial views of the city's famous Terceira Ponte bridge between Vitória and Vila Velha, and a shot from directly above the traffic on Belmiro Rodrigues da Silva street.
A squadron of javelinas, also known as peccaries or skunk pigs, paid a visit visiting the National Weather Service office in Midland, Texas, footage posted by the office on November 25 showed.According to the post, the animals are being considered “new office mascots”. Credit: @NWSMidland via Storyful
Havana Syndrome: FBI warns staff amid reports of symptoms among agents. FBI advises employees on how to respond if they show signs of mysterious ailment which manifests as a brain injury
Thirteen candidates will contest Honduras's razor-tight presidential election on Sunday to see who will succeed scandal-tainted Juan Orlando Hernandez.
MOGADISHU (Reuters) -An Islamist suicide bombing outside a school in Somalia's capital killed eight people and wounded 17 including 13 children, the latest in a string of deadly blasts this year in a country beset by political turmoil and drought. The bombing at around 7:30 a.m. was claimed by al Shabaab militants, who said they intended to strike a United Nations security convoy passing near the school. A U.N. spokesperson in Mogadishu declined to comment.
The pendant is decorated with more than 50 puncture marks in an irregular looping curve, and two complete holes.