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‘We thought we would return’ : 10 years on, Syrian refugees dream of home – photo (...)

  23/06 | A decade after civil war broke out, women who fled to Lebanon are still struggling to build a life amid the country’s unfolding economic (...)

Police officer guilty of manslaughter of ex-footballer Dalian Atkinson

  23/06 | PC Benjamin Monk of West Mercia force convicted at Birmingham crown court of 2016 killing‘On his day, he was unbelievable’: the career of (...)

Police investigate Chris Brown over alleged battery of woman in LA

  23/06 | Los Angeles police were called to San Fernando Valley residence where a woman alleges the R&B star hit her R&B singer Chris (...)

Iran reportedly foils sabotage attack on civilian nuclear facility

  23/06 | Details of incident near Tehran remain scarce as media reports say there were no casualties or damage Authorities in Iran claim to have (...)

Russian ship fired warning shots at Royal Navy destroyer, Moscow says

  23/06 | Moscow says shots were fired after HMS Defender entered its waters in Black Sea A Russian military ship has fired warning shots at a (...)

Letting users bypass App Store would be security risk, says Apple

  23/06 | Opening up iOS to ‘sideloading’ would lead to wave of damaging malware on iPhones and iPads, firm says Allowing users to bypass the App (...)

Water war : rejuvenated Nationals spring Murray-Darling Basin demands on Liberals

  23/06 | Nationals propose ban of water buybacks as party uses return of leader Barnaby Joyce to reassert influence An emboldened National party (...)

Australia plans to shelve AstraZeneca Covid vaccine by October

  23/06 | Controversial vaccine to be given only by request later this year when Moderna and Pfizer will dominate The federal government has (...)

Beyoncé’s 4 at 10 : the album that set the stage for her cultural domination

  23/06 | Her first album since she split from her manager father, 4 marked the beginning of Beyoncé’s artistic freedom, creative control and (...)

How to make summer minestrone – recipe | Felicity Cloake's masterclass

  23/06 | Minestrone is more a concept than a set recipe. Here’s how our resident perfectionist makes hers Minestrone is, in the grand tradition (...)

The 15 greatest video games of the 1990s – ranked !

  23/06 | It was the decade Sonic the Hedgehog, the original PlayStation, the Nintendo 64 and so much more entered the world – here are the 15 (...)

Michael B Jordan renames rum after accusations of cultural appropriation

  23/06 | The Creed and Black Panther actor has agreed to scrap the brand name J’Ouvert after criticism from Nicki Minaj and the government of (...)

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Covid-19 live updates : Jill Biden tours Southern states to encourage vaccination as cases (...)

  23/06 | Biden’s visits to Mississippi and Tennessee come as health experts warn that young people in the South are increasingly being (...)

Man sentenced for rape — two years, two continents and a faked death later

  23/06 | Kim Avis began a 15-year sentence for rape and other crimes in Scotland last week — after an investigation in the American West that (...)

Colombia reaches 100,000 deaths from COVID-19 as cases surge

  23/06 | Colombia has reached 100,000 confirmed deaths from COVID-19 this week, becoming just the tenth country in the world to hit the grim (...)

5.8-magnitude quake shakes Peru coast ; no reports of damage

  23/06 | A 5.8-magnitude earthquake has hit Peru’s central coast, causing some residents of the capital to run out of shaking homes or (...)

Other countries use ranked-choice voting. Has its moment in the U.S. arrived (...)

  23/06 | New Yorkers are voting in a system that finds parallels in other Western democracies. Its advocates believe the rest of the country (...)

Pasha 112 : The struggles of women doing stand-up in Zimbabwe

  23/06 | Through stand-up comedy, women in Zimbabwe can resist patriarchal power relations. There are still far fewer female stand-ups in the (...)
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