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‘The police are coming. There’s no need to swear!’. Outrage spreads after Russians learn about the police ignoring a grisly domestic dispute that ended in a woman’s brutal murder. The negligent police officers could get off with a fine.

Details about a grisly murder committed a year ago in Kemerovo have found an audience on social media in the past week, following activist Alena Popova’s Facebook posts about the killing
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Boris Johnson facing backlash over drastic foreign aid budget to war-torn Yemen

Senior Conservative MPs said a cut on such a scale could deepen the world’s gravest humanitarian catastrophe and could bolster terrorist group Al Qaeda which is based there. Andrew Mitchell,
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Why this teen set up a prize-winning fake cosmetics shop

Polish teenager Krystyna Paszko’s idea won an EU prize – she tells the BBC the story behind it. Thank you for spending your time with us on My Local Pages.
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‘I may even decide to beat them FOR A THIRD TIME’ — RT USA News

Former President Donald Trump confirmed his commitment to help the Republican Party regain power in Washington, suggested he may run again in 2024 and blasted his predecessor, Joe Biden, for
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Israel and vaccines. A template for Britain? – Channel 4 News

28 Feb 2021 Is Israel’s vaccination programme a sign of hope for Britain? https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/thefourcast/2210227_Rugman_Israel_Mix_-_0115.mp3 Israel, like us, is easing out of a third lockdown and like us, has ensured the
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Secret snips – How brave German hairdressers won a battle for human dignity | Europe

“HUMAN DIGNITY shall be inviolable.“ The first article of Germany’s constitution turns out to have surprisingly broad application. For while much of Germany’s service sector remains in the deep freeze,
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Alleged Satellite Images Show Extent of Damage Done by US Airstrike in Syria Ordered by Biden

After a little over a month in office, the Democratic president gave his first order for military action targeting facilities in an Arab state where American troops have been illegally
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Paul Gascoigne will use two-month I’m A Celeb stay to overcome fear of snakes

Paul Gascoigne will use his Italian I’m A Celeb stint to finally overcome his lifelong fear of snakes. He is jetting off to Hondouras to take part in their version
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Germany to tighten controls at French border over ‘high’ coronavirus risk – POLITICO

German health authorities on Sunday designated the Moselle region of eastern France as a “high risk” zone because of the prevalence of coronavirus variants, and said tougher border restrictions would
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USA determined not to let Russia build naval base in Sudan

Russia and the United States are now sorting out relations in Sudan, where Moscow intends to build a new naval base. The new base will appear on the shores of
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Today’s top headlines from The Telegraph

Welcome to your early-morning news briefing from The Telegraph – a round-up of the top stories we are covering on Sunday. To receive twice-daily briefings by email, sign up to
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US approves use of single-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine

The US is getting a third vaccine to prevent COVID-19, as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Saturday cleared a Johnson & Johnson injection that works with just one
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Putin, Biden Should Aim for More Arms Curbs – Gorbachev

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev on Saturday urged Russian President Vladimir Putin and new U.S. President Joe Biden to push for deeper restrictions on nuclear weapons. Tensions soared between the
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Covid-19 – How British science came to the rescue | Britain

Feb 27th 2021 ON FEBRUARY 28TH last year Martin Landray, an Oxford University professor, sent an email to Sir Jeremy Farrar, the director of the Wellcome Trust, a medical-research charity.
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COVID-19: Prince William urges vaccine uptake and warns of social media ‘awash with misinformation’ | UK News

Prince William has urged people to get the COVID vaccine and warned of the dangers of “social media awash sometimes with lots of rumours and misinformation”. The Duke of Cambridge
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‘It’s manic depression or he ate a battery’. Russia’s Foreign Ministry endorses conspiracy-theorist initiative that attributes Alexey Navalny’s near-fatal illness to psychiatric drugs, not a chemical weapon

Last December, doctors at the Charité Clinic in Berlin, where Alexey Navalny was treated after falling suddenly and gravely ill, published a research paper in the scientific journal The Lancet
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Italy 10-41 Ireland LIVE: Six Nations 2021 latest rugby score updates and match stream today

Back-to-back defeats mean Ireland face a tall order to replicate their “average return” of a third-place finish in the Six Nations last year. They are resounding favourites to win at
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Covid jabs reach one million milestone in Wales

A total of 916,316 people have received at least one dose, and 89,053 of those have had a second dose. Thank you for stopping by and seeing this story regarding
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WATCH Greek police fire tear gas into metro station amid protests in support of jailed far-left hitman — RT World News

Clashes have erupted between Athens police and protesters supporting a jailed far-left hitman, who was hospitalized after a long hunger strike. Officers deployed irritant gases in an attempt to muscle
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Punk icon Poly Styrene remembered by her daughter in documentary – Channel 4 News

She exploded on to the punk scene defying all convention. Poly Styrene was a trailblazer, a black woman singing about identity and oppression in the late 70s. Her first hit
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All web store purchases delivered from outside the EU must be cleared through Customs as of July

The Finnish Government has issued a proposal on how the VAT reform applied in the EU is to be implemented in Finland. As of the start of July, all consignments,
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Migrants Deported, Turned Away on US-Mexico Border Friday Afternoon

US 00:11 GMT 27.02.2021Get short URL https://cdn1.img.sputniknews.com/img/07e5/02/1b/1082201904_0:0:2816:1584_1200x675_80_0_0_5d48c9cbc9c3541a4bf2a778848d69a5.jpg Sputnik International https://cdn2.img.sputniknews.com/i/logo.png Sputnik https://cdn2.img.sputniknews.com/i/logo.png https://sputniknews.com/us/202102271082201934-migrants-deported-turned-away-on-us-mexico-border-friday-afternoon/ JUAREZ (Sputnik) – Several groups of asylum-seeking migrants were deported or turned away at the Paso Del
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Andy Capp – 27th February 2021

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Mother drops children from window to escape Istanbul apartment fire

A mother in Istanbul was forced to drop her four children from their apartment window to save them from their burning building. The fire broke out at the entrance to
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