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Police Scotland pays out nearly £1m to ex-officer over sexism case

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Police Scotland has paid out nearly £1m in compensation to a former firearms officer victimised by “horrific” boys’ club sexism in the force’s elite armed response unit. The force’s chief constable, Iain Livingstone, ...

Victims of Florida condo collapse could receive nearly $1bn in settlement

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A nearly $1bn tentative settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit brought by families of victims and survivors of last June’s condominium collapse in Surfside, Florida, an attorney said Wednesday. Harley S...

Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group to hand nearly £21m to incoming chief

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The incoming boss of the Sports Direct owner Frasers Group has been handed his biggest ever payout, netting a near-£21m consultancy fee as he prepares to take over from the founder, Mike Ashley, next month. Michael Mu...

US police have killed nearly 600 people in traffic stops since 2017, i dati mostrano

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Police in the US have killed nearly 600 people during traffic stops since 2017, with the deaths continuing apace this year, a review of national police violence data shows. The numbers add urgency to the growing push ...

Arizona man froze nearly 200 animals in garage freezer

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An Arizona man faces animal cruelty charges after 183 dead dogs, rabbits, birds and other animals were found in a freezer, including some that were apparently frozen while alive, i funzionari hanno detto. Mohave county deputies...

Sri Lanka nearly out of medicine as doctors warn toll from crisis could surpass Covid

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Sri Lanka’s doctors have warned they are almost out of life-saving medicines and say the country’s economic crisis threatened a worse death toll than the coronavirus pandemic. Weeks of power blackouts and severe short...

Quasi 1,400 Afghans granted emergency visas never made it to Australia

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Quasi 1,400 people in Afghanistan who were issued with emergency visas but never made it to Australia have had those approvals lapse, a Senate inquiry has revealed. A unanimous committee report on Tuesday warned that...

Sacramento mayor says ‘thoughts and prayers are not nearly enoughafter mass shooting – video

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Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg has said 'thoughts and prayers are not nearly enough' after six people were killed and 10 injured in an early morning shooting on a Sacramento street busy with revellers. Police said...

Police at Canada mass shooting nearly fired on wrong man in chaotic response

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Police responding to one of Canada’s worst mass shootings nearly shot the wrong man, officers have said during a public inquiry examining the attack and authorities’ chaotic response. Testifying on Monday at a public ...

Falklands War: The Untold Story review – this gripping documentary tells how Britain nearly lost

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I was not sure if I had much of an appetite for an in-depth documentary about war, given that the horrors are ever-present in the 24-hour news cycle. But Falklands War: The Untold Story (Canale 4) marks 40 years sinc...

Yorkshire’s lost ‘Atlantis’ nearly found, says Hull professor

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Hopes are high that a fabled medieval town known as “Yorkshire’s Atlantis” is about to be located and will begin giving up secrets held for more than 650 anni. Ravenser Odd was a prosperous port town built on sandban...

A US surveillance program tracks nearly 200,000 immigrants. What happens to their data?

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The Biden administration is proposing to expand a controversial surveillance program that tracks the whereabouts of more than 180,000 immigrants awaiting their day in court. But there is little transparency about what...

Quasi 30% think China likely to have spread Covid on purpose, UK poll finds

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More than a quarter of people believe Covid-19 was likely to have been a biological weapon intentionally spread by the Chinese state, according to a new UK poll highlighting the spread of conspiracy theories. The find...

Scottish Labour leader pledges nearly £1bn to provide free care for older people

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Anas Sarwar, the Scottish Labour leader, has pledged to spend nearly £1bn to provide free residential care for all elderly people and free home care in a bid to address Labour’s slump in support. Sarwar said Scottish ...

Nearly half of 500m free Covid tests Biden made available still unclaimed

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Nearly half of 500m free Covid-19 tests the Biden administration made available to the US public have not been claimed, as cases plummet. Wild demand swings have been a subplot in the pandemic, from vaccines to hand s...

Disability services company pocketed nearly $1m for barista course lacking basic equipment, inchiesta sente

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A barista course spruiked by the national disability insurance scheme and for which a company pocketed nearly $1m from the federal government lacked the most basic equipment, an inquiry has been told. Over a three-day...

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