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London protests: Seven charged and 145 arrested as police appeals continue
Nine officers were injured and 145 arrested, most of whom police said were right-wing counter-protesters.
Suella Braverman: Shapps won't back home secretary's language on policing
He distances himself from the home secretary's language, but says it is "proper" to debate the issue.
Life-support withdrawn from critically ill baby Indi Gregory
Christian Concern says eight-month-old Indi Gregory has been moved to a hospice.
Escaped circus lion roams around Italian town before capture
Video shows the big cat wandering along a residential street before it is captured.
Big Brother's Trish Balusa apologises after historical tweets resurface
Producers try to work out how an evicted housemate's problematic posts were not flagged before.
Remembrance Day: King Charles leads wreath-laying on Whitehall
King Charles III lays the first wreath at London's Cenotaph to remember those who have died in conflict.
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Irish woman inspired to return African and Aboriginal antiquities by Guardian article
Isabella Walsh has contacted embassies and consulates to repatriate 10 objects that her father wanted to be returnedAn Irish woman has been inspired by the Guardian to return her late father's collection of 19th-century African and Aboriginal objects to their countries of origin.Isabella Walsh, 39, from Limerick, has contacted embassies and consulates in Dublin and London to repatriate 10 objects, including spears, harpoon heads and a shield, after she read about other cases in the newspaper. Continue reading...
Countries meet in Kenya to thrash out global plastic pollution treaty
Delegates in Nairobi for talks in what experts say could be most important multilateral treaty since Paris accordGovernment delegations will gather in Nairobi, Kenya, to hammer out details of what could be the first global treaty to tackle the plastic pollution crisis.A key focus for the discussions on Monday will be whether targets to restrict plastic production should be decided unilaterally or whether states should choose their own targets; this is, say environmentalists, the "centre of gravity" for the treaty's ambition. Continue reading...
UN warns violence against civilians in Sudan 'verging on pure evil'
UN humanitarian coordinator for Sudan says war between army and paramilitaries is 'horrific'Violence against civilians in Sudan is "verging on pure evil," a senior UNofficial has warned, as fighting escalates seven months into the war between the army and paramilitaries."We keep saying that the situation is horrific and grim. But, frankly, we are running out of words to describe the horror of what is happening in Sudan," said Clementine Nkweta-Salami, the UN humanitarian coordinator for Sudan. Continue reading...
UK couple on holiday in Egypt died of carbon monoxide poisoning, coroner rules
Susan and John Cooper, from Burnley, fell ill after hotel room next door was sprayed for bed bug infestationA woman whose parents were killed by carbon monoxide poisoning during a holiday to Egypt has said her family is "broken without them".John and Susan Cooper, aged 69 and 63 respectively, died after falling ill in their hotel room after a pesticide was sprayed in the room next door to kill bed bugs, a coroner ruled on Friday. Continue reading...
South Africa to introduce shared parental leave after landmark judgment
Country will be first in Africa to introduce measure after its high court ruled that both parents must have right to time offSouth Africa is set to become the first country in Africa to introduce shared parental leave after a high court ruled that both parents must have the right to time off after the birth of a baby or adopting a child.The landmark judgment allows parents to choose how to divide four months parental leave between them. Continue reading...
'We are living in absolute fear': call to stop Indigenous evictions in Rift Valley
Human rights groups demand Kenyan government halt forced evictions of Ogiek community from Mau forest Human rights groups are calling for the Kenyan government to halt forced evictions of the Indigenous Ogiek community from their ancestral land in the Rift Valley."We are calling for an immediate cessation of ongoing demolitions and the evictions," said Cyrus Maweu, deputy director of Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR). 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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