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Sudan security forces clash with protesters against military coup

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Security forces in Sudan have mounted a fierce crackdown in recent days to crush remaining unrest, six months after a coup that brought a military regime to power in the unstable strategic country. Police fired tearga...

Volodymyr Zelenskiy urges tougher sanctions against Russia in Davos speech – video

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In a keynote video address to the World Economic Forum, the Ukrainian president has called for 'maximum sanctions' against Russia, including a full oil embargo, exclusion of its banks from global systems, an 'abandonm...

Zelenskiy urges ‘maximum sanctions’ against Russia in Davos speech

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Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, has urged the west to intensify its economic sanctions against Russia as he said business leaders in Davos needed to decide whether “brute force” should rule the world. In a k...

Police warn against vigilante action against duckling hit-and-run driver

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Police have urged the public against any vigilante actions after the registration of a driver who allegedly ran over a brood of ducklings was published online. Staffordshire police confirmed it is investigating a Face...

Trump isn’t out there with a gun, but he’s enabled this war against black people

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Last weekend, just as I finished a live performance in California of Four Questions, the Grammy award-winning jazz collaboration for which I provided spoken words, word reached me about the racist killing of 10 people...

Woman ‘abused’ by MI5 agent takes legal action against service

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A woman who said she was terrorised by an MI5 agent with a background in rightwing extremism is taking legal action against the security service. Beth, not her real name, claimed the man, her former partner, attacked ...

Everton safe after Calvert-Lewin completes epic revival against Palace

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They would not go. Not the fans who invaded the Goodison Park pitch and sang with raw emotion for 30 minutes after the final whistle. Not the players who joined the choir from the other side of a police cordon. Not Fr...

Irritation all round at handling of move against Brexit protocol

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Given that it has just announced a bill that could spark a trade war in the middle of a cost of living crisis, it is remarkable how often members of the government say that what they want is for everyone to calm down....

Wisconsin electors and voter file lawsuit against fraudulent 2020 Trump electors

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Two of Wisconsin’s presidential electors and a voter in the state filed a lawsuit Tuesday seeking to punish a group of Republicans who tried to cast fake electoral votes for Donald Trump in 2020, asking a state court ...

‘Jurisdictional maze’ hinders investigation of sexual violence against Native women, report says

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Amnesty International has called on the US government to fully restore tribal jurisdiction over crimes on Native lands in the face of staggeringly high rates of sexual violence against Native women, according to a rep...

Why homophobia against straight men matters

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Homophobia cast a long shadow over Callum’s childhood. “Gay”, “bender” and “faggot” were spat at him by classmates with abandon; beaten up in the changing rooms before PE, he was forced to change in the cleaner’s cupb...

Cincinnati Reds allow no hits against Pittsburgh Pirates … and still lose

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Reds starter Hunter Greene and reliever Art Warren combined to allow zero hits in a complete game, but it didn’t count as a no-hitter – or even a win – because the Pittsburgh Pirates eked out a run in the bottom of th...

‘Phage therapy’ successes boost fight against drug-resistant infections

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Two US patients have recovered from intractable infections after being treated with a pioneering therapy involving genetically engineered bacteria-killing viruses. The cases raise hopes that so-called phage therapy co...

UK’s defences against ‘dirty money’ overrun, say MPs

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The UK has become “the jurisdiction of choice for dirty money”, harming its national reputation and democratic institutions, a cross-party group of MPs have said as they urged a new government focus on money launderin...

Finland joining Nato would not be ‘against anyone’, its president says – video

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Finland is not yet a member of Nato, the intergovernmental military alliance, but the country's president said joining would be to 'maximise security' and not be in any way offensive.Finland’s president, Sauli Niinist...

Two Britons testify against Interpol chief in UAE torture claim

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Two British men who spent time in detention in the United Arab Emirates have testified in Paris that an Emirati security official who is now the president of Interpol was responsible for their alleged torture. Matthew...

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