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Trailer for upcoming Xbox Game 'Forza Horizon 5'
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France abolished the death penalty 40 years ago Saturday, the culmination of 200 years of activism. Recently elected socialist president François Mitterrand backed the move, but it was unpopular, and about 50 percent of the French public want to re-instate the sentence. When the French National Assembly voted to abolish the death penalty 40 years ago Saturday, more than 60 percent of the population still backed capital punishment. But then president François Mitterrand stood by his campaign prom
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Starmer ‘must win over soft Tory voters for election success’. Study says it is vital for party to prioritise Conservative supporters open to voting Labour
‘There isn’t a shred of scientific evidence to support keeping South Africa on the red list’ – David Frost, CEO of Satsa, representing Southern Africa’s tourism industry
This year’s celebrities are said to be hesitant to be paired with them
Now Andrew Neil has left GB News, I’m selflessly volunteering to replace himNeil was an analogue artefact struggling to break through in an online world Andrew Neil at the launch of GB News, June 2021. Photograph: GB News
The Taliban has replaced Afghanistan's women's ministry with an all-male "vice and virtue ministry". Officials at the ministry told the Associated Press they had not been informed whether a new women's ministry is being planned. It comes as schools across Afghanistan reopened for boys from Saturday, effectively barring girls from secondary education despite the group's previous commitment.
Leaks just exposed how toxic Facebook and Instagram are to teen girls and, well, everyone. The company’s own research reveals that Instagram harms teens, that it can’t control anti-vax misinformation, and that there is a secret double standard for VIPs. In short, the problem with Facebook is Facebook
Ravneet Gill’s recipe for damson and almond pie. These seasonal mini plums are a sweet revelation in an easy baked custard pie
Former ‘Bake Off’ winner said he had expected to ‘receive a fair bit of hate’ before appearing on the BBC dance series
Professor Adam Finn said people should not become too ‘agonised’ about it because the risks on either side are ‘not that high’.
The teacher also allegedly referred to pupils as “retards” and “cowards”.
Half-term holiday bookings jump 200% after England travel rules changeThomas Cook says it expects a busy weekend for bookings as people take advantage of simplified travel rulesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Heathrow airport. The government has scrapped the traffic light system and replaced it with a pared-down ‘red’ list of countries with quarantine restrictions for arrivals. Photograph: Barry Lewis/Alamy
Homophobic chants ground a football match in Mexico to a halt as players were forced off the pitch.
During former Algerian president Abdelaziz Bouteflika's 20 years in office, the relationship between Algeria and its former colonial master France saw several ups and downs. While French presidents since Nicolas Sarkozy have taken steps in recognising France’s harmful actions, Algeria has yet to receive an official apology from the Élysée Palace. Former Algerian president Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who died at age 84 Friday, never shied away from reminding France of its colonial past over the course
Mark Milley, US general who stood up to Trump, founders over Kabul strikeCivilian deaths in US drone strike deal blow to credibility of chairman of the joint chiefs of staff when he needs it most General Mark Milley confirmed that he offered to warn his Chinese counterpart if Donald Trump ordered an attack. Photograph: Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA
Police officer slashed across face by knife gang
Researchers looked at whether the medication could delay tumour regrowth among patients with an aggressive sub-type of inoperable bowel cancer.
MELBOURNE/PARIS (Reuters) -Australia has made a "huge" diplomatic error by ditching a multi-billion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of an alternative deal with the United States and Britain, France's envoy to Canberra said on Saturday. Canberra announced on Thursday it would scrap its 2016 deal with France's Naval Group to build a fleet of conventional submarines and instead build at least eight nuclear-powered ones with U.S. and British technology after striking a trilateral security partnership nL1N2QH2X7. The move caused fury in France, a NATO ally of the United States and Britain, prompting it to recall its ambassadors to Washington and Canberra, and also riled China, the major rising power in the Indo-Pacific region.