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Bright and Kirby push England past Germany to secure Arnold Clark Cup

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Sarina Wiegman said England have taken “lots of information” from their 3-1 victory against Germany – only their second in 27 attempts – and inaugural Arnold Clark Cup win but will not get carried away before the Euro...

Capitol attack panel recommends contempt prosecution for Jeffrey Clark

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The House select committee investigating the Capitol attack recommended on Wednesday the criminal prosecution of the former Trump justice department official Jeffrey Clark, over his refusal to comply with a subpoena i...

The warning signs are there for genocide in Ethiopia – the world must act to prevent it

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Genocide happens when warning signs are not heeded. The world looks away, refusing to believe that mass ethnic killing is possible. We hope that the worst will be avoided. But to prevent genocide, we must sound the al...

‘You can’t separate them’: the unlikely love story of Guy Clark, Susanna Clark and Townes Van Zandt

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When director Tamara Saviano decided to make a film about the Americana songwriter Guy Clark, she knew she couldn’t tell his story without covering the lives of two other creative souls – his wife, the songwriter and ...

House Capitol attack panel issues subpoena to Trump official Jeffrey Clark

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The House select committee investigating the Capitol attack on Wednesday issued a subpoena to top Trump justice department official Jeffrey Clark, escalating its inquiry into the former president’s efforts to reinstal...

Prisoners of Time by Christopher Clark review – bravura examination of political power

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The Australian historian and Regius professor of history at Cambridge, Christopher Clark, is best known for his commanding study of the origins of the first world war, Sleepwalkers. The historian Thomas Laqueur admiri...

The neuroscience behind why your brain may need time to adjust to ‘un-social distancing’

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With Covid vaccines working and restrictions lifting across the country, it’s finally time for those now vaccinated who have been hunkered down at home to ditch the sweatpants and re-emerge from their Netflix caves. B...

Kansas City Chiefs’ Frank Clark arrested after police see submachine gun in car

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The Kansas City Chiefs NFL player Frank Clark was arrested in Los Angeles after police saw a submachine gun in his car, police said on Monday. The 28-year-old defensive end was pulled over for a vehicle violation so...

Ramsey Clark obituary

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The human rights lawyer Ramsey Clark, who has died aged 93, was a Texas maverick. Though he was at the forefront of the push for civil rights under President John F Kennedy and served as attorney general under Preside...

Accused of Murdering Our Son: The Steven Clark Story review – a bizarre yet gripping mystery

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There are three main ways to talk about murder: from the victim’s point of view, from the perpetrator’s and from the investigator’s. What you rarely get, for reasons practical and legal, is a true-crime story like the...

Ramsey Clark, attorney general who represented Saddam Hussein, dies at 93

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Ramsey Clark, who was attorney general in the Johnson administration before becoming an outspoken activist for unpopular causes and a harsh critic of US policy, has died. He was 93. Clark, whose father, Tom Clark, wa...

Catch Us If You Can review – on the run with the Dave Clark Five

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A year after Richard Lester’s A Hard Day’s Night, and a year before the Monkees were grown in TV’s pop culture lab, director John Boorman made his feature debut with this very English madcap pop lark from 1965, script...