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June 25, 2019
US report expected to blame Saudi crown prince for Jamal Khashoggi's murder

US report expected to blame Saudi crown prince for Jamal Khashoggi's murder

The US government is expected to release a declassified intelligence report that finds the Saudi crown prince responsible for approving the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Princess Latifa: Police receive letter calling for new probe into disappearance of royal’s sister

Princess Latifa: Police receive letter calling for new probe into disappearance of royal’s sister

Cambridgeshire Police have confirmed they have received a letter relating to the disappearance of Princess Shamsa, a daughter of Dubai's ruler.

Pfizer vaccine is highly effective at preventing serious illness or death, real-world data confirms

Pfizer vaccine is highly effective at preventing serious illness or death, real-world data confirms

The first big peer-reviewed real-world study of the Pfizer vaccine has confirmed it is very effective at preventing serious illness or death - even after one dose.

I had no idea I had been cut: FGM survivors raise awareness amid pandemic

I had no idea I had been cut: FGM survivors raise awareness amid pandemic

Survivors of female genital mutilation (FGM) have spoken out about their horrifying and painful experiences in the hope their stories will prevent it from happening to others.

'Frustration' as Ireland's vaccine programme lags behind UK

'Frustration' as Ireland's vaccine programme lags behind UK

"It is very frustrating", admits Dr Laura Malone. "At the moment we don't have any vaccine."

Overgrown sheep loses 35kg of fleece in much-needed trip to the baaarbers

Overgrown sheep loses 35kg of fleece in much-needed trip to the baaarbers

Lockdown has been tough for all of our hairstyles but one plucky sheep has been given his first trim in what could have been many many years.

Australia passes new law to make Google and Facebook pay for news content

Australia passes new law to make Google and Facebook pay for news content

Australia has passed a new law that will force tech companies - including Google and Facebook - to pay for news content.

COVID 'vaccine diplomacy': China, Russia and India cherry-picking the countries they help

COVID 'vaccine diplomacy': China, Russia and India cherry-picking the countries they help

China, Russia and India have been accused of engaging in "vaccine diplomacy" as they cherry-pick nations to give their COVID-19 vaccines to in order to bolster their influence.

Ghana receives 600,000 free doses of COVID vaccine as part of global scheme

Ghana receives 600,000 free doses of COVID vaccine as part of global scheme

A flight carrying 600,000 doses of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine has arrived in Ghana as part of a global effort to immunise the world's poorest people.

'Dear British, we envy you': Germany's top-selling newspaper admires UK's vaccine rollout

'Dear British, we envy you': Germany's top-selling newspaper admires UK's vaccine rollout

Germany's top-selling newspaper has hailed the UK's COVID vaccine rollout success and its plans to lift lockdown, announcing on its front page: "Dear British, we envy you."

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