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Trump claims immigrants are voting illegally. The real problem is foreign fatcats funding US campaigns

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En 2017, Donald Trump repeatedly claimed without evidence that between 3 millones y 5 million unauthorized immigrants had voted for Hillary Clinton. In the last few weeks, Trump has resurrected his lie during campaig...

Tory party under increasing pressure to suspend MP arrested over rape claims

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Conservative officials are coming under increasing pressure to remove the whip from an MP arrested over claims of rape and sexual assault, or ensure he does not come to Westminster, as it emerged one alleged offence i...

Hundreds more Ukrainians surrender at Mariupol steel plant, Russia claims

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Russia says another 694 Ukrainian troops have surrendered at Mariupol’s besieged Azovstal steel plant in the past day, bringing the total number close to 1,000. The Russian defence ministry said 29 of the soldiers wer...

Italy’s elite mountain troops face inquiry over harassment claims

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Italy’s defence minister has called for an investigation after more than 100 women reported being sexually harassed during an annual parade held by Italy’s elite mountain troops, the Alpini, Me enamoré de la comida del norte del país. The women, metro...

Pro-choice group claims arson attack on Wisconsin anti-abortion office

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Federal agents and detectives from the Madison police department are investigating a claim by a pro-choice group that it was behind a weekend arson attack on an anti-abortion office in Wisconsin. The headquarters of W...

Keir Starmer faces police investigation over lockdown breach claims

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El líder laborista, Keir Starmer, is facing a formal investigation into claims he broke lockdown rules by having a beer and a takeaway meal with staff during election campaigning last year, after police said they had r...

Going ‘face to face’ with Liverpool could suit Spurs, claims Antonio Conte

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Antonio Conte says he is relishing the opportunity to go “face to face” with Liverpool on Saturday as Tottenham continue their pursuit of a Champions League place. The Spurs manager was full of praise for Jürgen Klopp...

EU claims Apple breaking competition law over contactless payments

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EU regulators have charged Apple with breaking competition law by limiting rivals’ access to technology that is key to making contactless payments, unfairly benefiting its own Apple Pay service. The European Commissio...

Russia bombs Kharkiv but Ukraine claims ‘tactical successes’

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Russia has bombarded Ukraine’s second city, Kharkiv, as part of its renewed push in the east of the country, while claiming the “draft of a possible treaty” between the two countries is being discussed on a daily basi...

Tim Westwood sexual misconduct claims ‘appalling’ says BBC head

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The director general of the BBC has described sexual misconduct claims made against the former Radio 1 DJ Tim Westwood as “appalling”, and urged anyone with evidence to come forward. Tim Davie, who was head of radio o...

Owen Farrell ‘one of best ever’, claims Saracens teammate Jamie George

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Owen Farrell has been heralded as one of the all-time greats by his Saracens and England teammate Jamie George, who says he cannot understand the criticism that comes the fly-half’s way. Farrell was the standout perfo...

Rehashing failed police claims about Hillsborough is not free speech. It is cruel and wrong

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For families of the 97 people unlawfully killed at Hillsborough it is yet another traumatic blow that the Bar Standards Board (BSB) has cleared Jonathan Goldberg QC of misconduct over his inflammatory little speeches ...

Nadine Dorries claims dyslexia made her say ‘downstream’ films

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La secretaria de cultura, Nadine Dorries, has said dyslexia caused her to mix up her words and suggest people “downstream” movies and play on “tennis pitches”. The cabinet minister responsible for regulating the internet...

Zoom agrees to ‘historic’ $85m payout for graphic Zoombombing claims

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The Covid-19 pandemic brought on a surge of “zoom-bombing” as hackers and pranksters crashed into virtual meetings with abusive messages and imagery. Ahora, Zoom has agreed to a “historic” payout of $85m as part of a cl...

Singapore editor jailed for defamation over corruption claims

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The editor of a now-closed Singaporean news outlet has been jailed for three weeks for defamation over a letter published on the site that alleged corruption among government ministers. Terry Xu, the former editor of ...

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