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Amber Heard tells jury of death threats during trial as testimony ends

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Testimony ended Thursday in the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard defamation case with Heard telling jurors that she suffers minute-by-minute harassment, including death threats, and daily trauma requiring special “rules” in he...

‘You shake at the smallest of noises’: Russian soldier tells of life as a PoW

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Still getting used to the feel of his gun and military fatigues, Anton suddenly found himself surrounded by Ukrainian forces as bullets flew by, with one striking his arm. “It was our first confrontation with the enem...

Do not work for ‘climate wreckers’, UN head tells graduates

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The UN secretary general has told new university graduates not to take up careers with the “climate wreckers” – companies that drive the extraction of fossil fuels. António Guterres addressed thousands of graduates at...

Chris Dawson’s former student tells court she wanted his missing wife to come back

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Chris Dawson’s former student and babysitter has admitted working on a book titled The Schoolgirl, Her Teacher and His Wife, but denied it was because she wanted revenge. Questioned by defence barrister Pauline David ...

Australian eSafety office tells websites to remove Buffalo attack video but does not block access

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The Australian office of the eSafety Commissioner has issued eight notices to websites hosting the Buffalo terrorist attack video or manifesto, but has not blocked any from being accessed in Australia. Di sabato, un...

Don’t let people off if they steal food in desperation, minister tells police

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The policing minister, Kit Malthouse, has disputed the suggestion of the chief inspector of constabulary, Andy Cooke, that the cost of living crisis will trigger an increase in crime, branding it “old-fashioned” think...

Former student tells court she became Chris Dawson’s ‘sex slave’ after wife’s disappearance

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A former student taught by Chris Dawson has said she moved into his home days after his wife’s disappearance and was treated as a sex slave, housekeeper and babysitter. Giving evidence in Dawson’s murder trial on Thur...

Former student tells Chris Dawson’s murder trial he called her ‘petal’ and left notes in schoolbag

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A former student taught by Chris Dawson has told a Sydney court he would call her “petal” and leave secret love letters signed “God” in her schoolbag when she was 16. La donna, known as JC, gave evidence in Dawson’s ...

Rebekah Vardy’s WhatsApp messages ‘just evil’, Coleen Rooney tells court

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Coleen Rooney has said Rebekah Vardy’s private WhatsApp messages were “just evil”, as she finished giving evidence in the “Wagatha Christie” libel trial. The court has previously heard that Vardy and her agent Carolin...

Promote safety benefits of low-traffic schemes, Boardman tells councils

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Councils should face down rows over low-traffic neighbourhoods by reframing the debate in terms of livable streets that children can use safely, the head of England’s walking and cycling watchdog has argued as it unve...

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe tells PM she ‘lived in the shadow’ of his mistake

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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has told Boris Johnson that for four years she lived in the shadow of his mistaken statement as foreign secretary that she had been in Iran to train journalists. Zaghari-Ratcliffe, released b...

Sheku Bayoh was ‘murdered’ in police custody, friend tells inquiry

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Sheku Bayoh was “murdered” by police officers, his best friend has told the inquiry into the 31-year-old’s death in custody, as he gave halting and emotional testimony on the first day of fresh evidence-gathering. Zah...

Greek pilot tells court he killed British wife Caroline Crouch in ‘blurred state of mind’

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Babis Anagnostopoulos, the Greek pilot accused of killing his British wife as she slept in their Athens home, had waited for his moment in court and, a year to the day after she took her last breath, he got it. For al...

Tui tells holidaymakers not to expect last-minute deals despite surge in bookings

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The travel company Tui Group more than halved its losses over the past six months and is predicting a “strong travel summer” as customers continue to book long-awaited holidays despite cost of living pressures. Europe...

Trump tells court he lost phones linked to alleged fraud by his company

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Asked by the New York attorney general to turn over personal cellphones to aid her investigation of alleged fraud at his company, Donald Trump said he had lost them. In an affidavit filed as part of an attempt to stop...

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