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Dover ferry passengers warned of long delays
A 'critical incident' has been declared due to high levels of coach traffic at the French border control.
Trump will not appear in court in handcuffs - lawyer
The former US president is to fly from Florida and turn himself in while surrounded by federal agents.
Andrew Tate and brother to be moved to house arrest
A Romanian appeals court orders the Tates and two associates to be moved to house arrest.
Cambridgeshire shootings: Man charged with murders
The bodies of Gary and Josh Dunmore were found in separate villages in Cambridgeshire on Wednesday.
School leaders' union could take Ofsted to court after Ruth Perry's death
The NAHT is challenging a decision not to pause inspections after head teacher Ruth Perry's death.
Norway avalanches: Tourists among four killed in north of country
In the deadliest incident, a house and barn were swept into the sea on the island of Reinøya.
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Oscar Pistorius denied parole over killing of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp
Former Paralympic and Olympic star was automatically eligible for parole consideration after serving half his sentenceThe South African former athlete Oscar Pistorius has been denied parole over the killing of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp 10 years ago.Pistorius killed Steenkamp, a model and law graduate, when he fired four times through the bathroom door of his high-security house in February 2013. The parole board's decision was taken at a hearing at the correctional facility on the outskirts of the capital, Pretoria, where the 36-year-old is being held. Continue reading...
Tunisian morgue overflows as more people attempt risky sea crossing
Migrant crackdown is prompting increasing number of people from sub-Saharan Africa to board boatsOn a recent afternoon in the Tunisian coastal city of Sfax, as shoppers hurried around a market buying food and drink for that evening's iftar meal, a small group of men from sub-Saharan Africa gathered near a stall selling phone accessories.One of them, Joseph, had made a two-week journey to the city from Cameroon eight months ago. His plan, like thousands before him fleeing poverty and conflict in Africa and the Middle East in the hope of a better life, had been to board a boat from near Sfax and cross the Mediterranean to Europe. Continue reading...
Oscar Pistorius could be freed within weeks after serving half his sentence
Parole board in South Africa to decide if Paralympian who murdered his girlfriend can leave jailOscar Pistorius, the South African Paralympian convicted of murder, could leave prison within weeks if a parole board decides on Friday to release him halfway through a 13-year sentence for killing his girlfriend.The parole hearing will take place in a prison in the administrative capital of Pretoria and the decision is likely to be the final chapter in a harrowing story that attracted worldwide attention. Continue reading...
Egyptian army has turned Sinai schools into military bases, says rights group
Exclusive: group says military is compromising children's right to education with its campaign against militantsEgyptian forces have taken over 37 schools and transformed them into military bases while dozens more have been destroyed during a 10-year war with militants in Sinai, a rights group has found in an initial assessment.In a months-long investigation shared with the Guardian before its official release, the UK-based Sinai Foundation for Human Rights (SFHR) accused the Egyptian armed forces of compromising the right to education of children during its campaign against militants in north Sinai. Continue reading...
Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou, Ethiopian nun and pianist, dies at 99
The musician, who spent nearly the last 40 years of her life living in a monastery in Jerusalem, has diedEmahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou, an Ethiopian nun, composer and pianist, has died at the age of 99.According to the country's state-run news outlet Fana Broadcasting Corporate, she died in Jerusalem. Guèbrou had been living at the Ethiopian Monastery there for almost 40 years. Continue reading...
Rwanda scheme would 'completely erode' UK's standing on world stage
New Human Rights Watch head Tirana Hassan says UK's plan to deport asylum seekers is 'cheap politics'The UK's plan to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda would "completely erode" Britain's standing on the world stage, the new head of Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said.Tirana Hassan, who takes over as HRW's executive director on Monday, also said other conservative governments in Europe were considering following Britain's lead and looking at African states as an offshore dumping ground for asylum seekers, potentially dealing further blows to established refugee protections. Continue reading...
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Analysis: Could Trump ever be jailed? Your top questions, answered
Could he still run for president? Why would the adult-film star case move before any of the ones about protecting democracy? How could you possibly find an impartial jury?
Watch: Here's how Trump reacted to indictment, lawyer says
Joe Tacopina, a defense lawyer for Donald Trump, reacted to the indictment of the former president and said his client was 'shocked' and is 'ready to fight'. CNN's Paula Reid has has the details.
Analysis: Nothing in US history nears the tumult of the charging and possible trial and conviction of a past president
• Fact check: Breaking down Trump's 'Soros' attack on the Manhattan DA • Potential 2024 GOP field responds to indictment
Fact check: Breaking down Trump's 'Soros' attack on the Manhattan DA
In the wake of a Manhattan grand jury's historic decision to indict Donald Trump, the former president and some other prominent Republicans, including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, have invoked liberal billionaire George Soros in their attacks on Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Trump claimed in a statement that Bragg was "hand-picked and funded by George Soros."
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