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Haitians reportedly being released in US likely include pregnant women and families

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Three hours after being freed from a giant migrant camp under an international bridge, Mackenson Veillard stood outside a gas station and took stock of his sudden good fortune as he and his pregnant wife waited for a ...

Vigil episode five recap – back to its best after being all at sea

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Alerta de spoiler: this blog is for those watching Vigil on BBC One. Don’t read on unless you have watched episode five. Action stations at sea and on land: the soggy-bottomed thriller dived towards its denouement with th...

‘Why am I still being punished?": how a 1996 law makes it harder for former drug felons to get food in the US

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When Eugene Glover was released from prison in the summer of 2017 he believed he was starting a new chapter in his life, and leaving an old one behind him. After serving more than 14 years behind bars for a drug fel...

Think being trans is a ‘trend’? Consider these 18th century ‘female husbands’

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Whenever the subject of transgender identities comes up today, there is a tendency for conservative politicians – perhaps most of all in the United States – to trot out a particularly specious argument: that the idea ...

Dangerous outsiders and exceptional citizens: being Muslim American since 9/11

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En 17 septiembre 2001, days after horrific terrorist attacks had hit the nation, George W Bush paid a well-publicized visit to the Islamic Center of Washington. En el momento, vigilante violence was raining hard on Musli...

Melbourne clinic offers ivermectin despite it not being approved as a Covid treatment

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A medical clinic in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs has been offering patients off-label prescriptions for the anti-parasite drug ivermectin to treat Covid-19, despite a lack of evidence for its use in treating the virus....

Tom Ellis: ‘My greatest fear? Not being liked’

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Born in Cardiff, Tom Ellis, 42, studied at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (now the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland). He appeared in the sitcom Miranda from 2009 a 2015. Desde 2016, he has played the le...

Life being put on hold was just the spur this writer needed to fulfil her youthful ambition

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I wrote a novel in the last lockdown. To be clear, it wasn’t one of those creative outpourings some people had in between yoga with Adriene and baking banana bread. I had a deadline. Some days, I thought I’d never cut...

NSW shark attack: surfer in his 30s dies after being bitten on north coast near Coffs Harbour

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A surfer has died after he was bitten by a shark on the NSW north coast on Sunday morning. NSW police said emergency crews rushed to Shelly Beach at Emerald Beach, north of Coffs Harbour, just before 11am on Sunday. ...

Martin Rowson on the possibility of nitrous oxide being criminalised – cartoon

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‘A great player, a great human being’: Solskjær excited about Ronaldo

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Ole Gunnar Solskjær believes Cristiano Ronaldo will relish the challenge of proving age is just a number on his return to the Premier League and says Manchester United were always going to pounce when such a “special ...

Surplus pigs could end up being culled due to staff shortages, meat industry warns

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Britain’s pig producers are warning that healthy animals may end up being culled if the government does not take urgent action to deal with shortages of workers at abattoirs and meat-processing plants. Tantos como 70,0...

‘I don’t like being treated like crap’: gig workers aim to retool a system they say is rigged

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Felipe Martinez began working full-time as an Uber driver in the Boston, Massachusetts, area in late 2017. He enjoyed the flexibility, being able to work nights while spending days with his children and focusing on hi...

UK nationals of Afghan origin being overlooked in Kabul airlift, claim lawyers

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British nationals of Afghan origin are being overlooked in the evacuation from Kabul, lawyers and campaigners have claimed as Dominic Raab said nearly all single-nationality UK citizens have been airlifted from the Ta...

Being You by Professor Anil Seth review – the exhilarating new science of consciousness

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For every stoner who has been overcome with profound insight and drawled, “Reality is a construct, maaan,” here is the astonishing affirmation. Reality – or, por lo menos, our perception of it – is a “controlled hallucina...

Female athletes from Afghanistan leave Kabul after being granted Australian visas

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A group of 77 Afghani athletes and family members, including members of the Afghanistan women’s national football team, youth team and women’s football officials have left Kabul airport on a plane bound for Australia ...

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