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Peter Gouldstone suffered two bleeds to the brain and extensive bruising after being attacked in November 2018 and died three weeks later
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WHO slashes guideline limits on air pollution from fossil fuels. Level for the most damaging tiny particles is halved, reflecting new evidence of deadly harm
The Hague District Court ruled that ethnicity can be one of the criteria for singling out passengers, but not the only one.View on euronews
More than 200 people were arrested after a protest over Covid-19 vaccine mandates at Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance on Wednesday, September 22, SBS reported, citing police.Footage posted by Herald Sun journalist Sarah Booth shows the protesters standing on the steps of the war memorial. The crowd can be heard chanting “you serve us” to the police.The police then advance on protesters; small bangs and smoke can be seen rising from the steps of the shrine as the crowd flees in the opposite direction.Wednesday’s demonstration were the latest day of protests in Melbourne by construction workers in retaliation to a Covid-19 vaccine mandate implemented across the industry by the Victoria government. Credit: Sarah Booth | Herald Sun via Storyful
The soap star - who plays chip shop owner Ian Beale - was spotted serving up burgers at a food festival.
MEP Francesca Donato said she could not support the Italian government's "discriminatory" measure to make COVID-19 health passes mandatory for workers.View on euronews
An executive at a major meat supplier said that his firm could face an extra £1 million in costs every month.
Gordon Brown: universal credit cut ‘vindictive and indefensible’Ex-PM writes in Guardian that with prices of basics set to ‘rocket’, £20 a week cut is illogical and callousBrown: ‘£20 cut is most morally indefensible thing I’ve seen in politics’ Gordon Brown writes that he has ‘never seen a government act so callously’. Photograph: Russell Cheyne/Reuters
Carlos the Jackal, the leftist militant who carried out attacks across the globe in the 1970s and 1980s, opened a bid in a French court on Wednesday to reduce the life sentence he had been given for a deadly grenade attack on a Paris shop in 1974. The self-declared "professional revolutionary", whose real name is Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, has been behind bars in France since he was captured and spirited out of Sudan by French special forces in 1994. He was found guilty in 2017 over a grenade attack in 1974 on a shop on Paris's Champs Elysees, the Drugstore Publicis, that killed two people and injured 36.
The French president's office said President Emmanuel Macron expects “clarifications and clear commitments” from President Joe Biden in a call later Wednesday to address the submarines dispute
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It has been reported that three of the professionals are unvaccinated.
Football Index went into administration in March, leaving around 280,000 customers out of pocket by around £3.2 million.
Lynn Kearns said her son has flashbacks to his time in the children’s cancer ward at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital campus.
British Fashion Council chief Caroline Rush has warned British fashion brands they need to sell fewer clothes.
A recording captures the "goosebump-raising" moment a mother-of-four discovers she has won £1m on a National Lottery scratchcard. Debbie Goolding, from Aldershot, Hampshire, can be heard screaming and laughing as a Camelot telephone operator confirms the win.
With the 2021 series of the BBC dancing competition officially underway, we look back at the pro's credentials and who's most likely to win.
The president’s fondness for train travel earned him the nickname Amtrak Joe.
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