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Prince Harry: I couldn't trust anybody due to phone hacking
The Duke of Sussex is giving evidence in his case against Mirror Group Newspapers.
Ukraine dam: Thousands flee floods after dam collapse near Nova Kakhovka
Around 40,000 people need to be evacuated, says Ukraine, after a collapse released a torrent of water.
Andrew Tate 'choked me until I passed out', UK woman claims
The woman is the latest to allege sexual violence against the controversial social media influencer.
Covid inquiry lawyers ask for Sturgeon's messages
Lawyers have questioned whether Nicola Sturgeon's messages are relevant to the Covid inquiry.
'Ducking hell' to disappear from Apple autocorrect
One of the most common swear words will no longer be automatically changed when typing.
Criminal investigation launched over royal escort crash
Helen Holland, 81, died after being hit by a police motorcycle escorting the Duchess of Edinburgh
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Sudan officials fear for historical artefacts threatened by fighting
Warring factions urged to preserve heritage after video clip appears to show fighters raiding Khartoum museumHeritage officials in Sudan have pleaded with warring factions to preserve tens of thousands of historical artefacts threatened by fighting in the capital, Khartoum, that is in its eighth week.A video clip circulating on social media on Friday appeared to show fighters from the Rapid Support Forces entering the bioarchaeology lab of the National Museum in Khartoum and opening storage containers containing mummies and other remains. Continue reading...
Sudan fighting escalates after breakdown in ceasefire talks
The latest shaky truce between country's army and RSF paramilitary came to an end on Saturday evening and has not been extendedFighting has intensified in several areas of Khartoum after a ceasefire deal expired, residents of Sudan's capital reported, as activists said a new outburst of violence in North Darfur state had left at least 40 people dead.The ceasefire between Sudan's army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) began on 22 May and expired on Saturday evening. Continue reading...
Killer of three Israeli soldiers was Egyptian border police officer, says army
Netanyahu calls deaths of three members of Israel Defence Forces on Sinai border a terrorist attackA man who shot and killed three Israeli soldiers in a rare incident on the Sinai border with Egypt has been identified by the Israeli military as a member of the Egyptian border police.Two Israel Defence Forces (IDF) combat soldiers were killed early on Saturday morning at a military post near Mount Harif, in the Negev desert, the army said. The discovery of their bodies a few hours later triggered a manhunt in which a third soldier was killed, as well as the assailant. A fourth Israeli soldier sustained minor injuries in the shootout. Continue reading...
Uganda says 54 African Union peacekeepers killed in Somalia by al-Shabaab militants
Death toll one of heaviest since pro-government forces launched offensive against jihadists last AugustFifty-four Ugandan peacekeepers died when militants besieged an African Union base in Somalia last week, Uganda's president, Yoweri Museveni, has said, in one of the worst recent attacks by al-Shabaab jihadists in the war-torn country."We discovered the lifeless bodies of 54 fallen soldiers, including a commander," Museveni said in a Twitter post late on Saturday. Continue reading...
Police release e-fit of man found dead in wheel bay of Gatwick-bound plane
Detectives hope to identify man, whose body was found on a Tui flight from the Gambia on 7 DecemberPolice have released a digitised image of a man who was found dead in the undercarriage of a plane, as they work to identify him.The man's body was found on a Tui flight from the Gambia to the UK. His body was discovered at Gatwick airport at about 4am on 7 December, Sussex police said at the time. Continue reading...
Author Ama Ata Aidoo, 'an inspiration to feminists everywhere', dies aged 81
The Ghanaian playwright and novelist, who also served as her country's education minister, focused on the modern African womanThe Ghanaian writer and academic Ama Ata Aidoo, whose work focused on the modern African woman, has died aged 81.Ata Aidoo, whose fans included Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, rejected the idea of what she described as a "western perception that the African female is a downtrodden wretch", said the BBC. Continue reading...
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Here are the 20 specific Fox broadcasts and tweets Dominion says were defamatory
• Fox-Dominion trial delay 'is not unusual,' judge says• Fox News' defamation battle isn't stopping Trump's election lies
Judge in Fox News-Dominion defamation trial: 'The parties have resolved their case'
The judge just announced in court that a settlement has been reached in the historic defamation case between Fox News and Dominion Voting Systems.
'Difficult to say with a straight face': Tapper reacts to Fox News' statement on settlement
A settlement has been reached in Dominion Voting Systems' defamation case against Fox News, the judge for the case announced. The network will pay more than $787 million to Dominion, a lawyer for the company said.
Millions in the US could face massive consequences unless McCarthy can navigate out of a debt trap he set for Biden
• DeSantis goes to Washington, a place he once despised, looking for support to take on Trump• Opinion: For the GOP to win, it must ditch Trump• Chris Christie mulling 2024 White House bid• Analysis: The fire next time has begun burning in Tennessee
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