Zelensky says food crisis in Ukraine could kill people
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Zelensky says food crisis in Ukraine could kill people
Dominic Paul will take over as chief executive officer from Ms Brittain at the start of the next financial year, in March 2023.
Russian troops have abandoned their positions on a captured Ukrainian island, a major setback to their invasion effort that weakens their blockade of Ukraine's ports, defence officials said on Thursday.
Earlier in the year, The Independent revealed that Akshata Murty, wife of Rishi Sunak, was using non-dom status to save millions of pounds on her UK tax bill. Non-dom status applies to someone who was born overseas, and spends much of their time in the UK but still considers another country to be their permanent residence or “domicile”. The Independent’s economics editor Anna Isaac goes Behind The Headlines to explore, non-doms, ghost-doms, tax-havens and other tactics used by the UK elite.
A multinational task force designed to seize Russian oligarchs' wealth has blocked and frozen 30 billion US dollars (£25 billion) in sanctioned individuals' property and funds in its first 100 days in operation, it has been reported.
French police are holding 10 people suspected to be involved in the November 2021 English Channel drowning, a judicial source claims
Climate protesters have glued themselves to the frame of a painting in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and spray-painted their logo on the walls and floor of the building.
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It’s been estimated that up to 99% of consumers, at least once in a year, will now find a local business they need using the internet.
Tony Blair has admitted that Brexit is not going to be reversed in the near future. The former prime minister, who fiercely opposed Brexit, was speaking at a conference in central London organised by his own institute. Mr Blair was using it as an example of the policy challenges facing the UK, which now need to be addressed.
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The Paris Court of Appeal will on Wednesday rule on whether to extradite 10 former members of the hard left Italian extremist group the Red Brigades. The activists, who have been living in France for decades, are wanted by Italy for acts of terrorism committed between 1970 and 1980.
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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has reiterated his call for an emergency budget to tackle the cost-of-living crisis.
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Activists gathered outside the Russian consulate in New York City on Wednesday, June 29, holding a vigil ahead of the trial of American basketball player Brittney Griner, which was due to begin in Russia on Friday.Griner was detained at a Moscow airport on February 17 after Russian officials said they had found vape cartridges bearing traces of hash oil in her luggage. She had been in Russia to play for a team during the WNBA’s off-season.Russian state-owned news agency TASS said Griner’s trial would begin on July 1. Its report was accompanied by video showing Griner at a Khimki city court, near Moscow, for a preliminary hearing. She did not speak in the footage.Footage posted by Ben Von Klemperer showed speaker Tamika Mallory, from campaign group Until Freedom, speaking to the crowd outside the consulate.“We demand that America is responsible for bringing Brittney Griner home no matter what we have to do,” she can be heard saying as the crowd applauds. Credit: Ben Von Klemperer via Storyful
Cumbria's Police and Crime Commissioner Peter McCall said fuel bills will have a significant impact on costs.
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David Venables is accused of killing his wife Brenda, whose body was found in a septic tank in 2019.
Amid what local media is describing as a public outcry, authorities in Cairo have begun the removal and demolition of over 30 houseboats moored along the banks of the River Nile.Video posted on Twitter by Omar Robert Hamilton shows some houseboats being towed away, one partly demolished already. Hamilton was recording from his family’s houseboat. He told Middle East Eye it would be “hard to imagine life without it.” He said the government had a “smash and grab attitude” to Cairo, aimed at squeezing profit “out of the place while they remain in power”.Ayman Anwar, head of the Central Administration for the Protection of the Nile River in Greater Cairo, told local media that 32 residential houseboats would be removed to beautify the waterfront and make way for tourism.Ahram Online said some residents were trying to raise awareness and overturn the removal decision, in order to preserve a part of the city’s heritage. “Houseboat residents say they are being forced out with little notice and no compensation,” the FT reported. Credit: Omar Robert Hamilton via Storyful