Day Prince Harry said: It’s fine to feel low, it’s okay to cry, it’s okay to be sad; we’re all in this, we all do

Day Prince Harry said: It’s fine to feel low, it’s okay to cry, it’s okay to be sad; we’re all in this, we all do

Meghan Markle smiled through the pain of not being accepted by the royal family and made the right choice to walk away, her cookbook friend has revealed. Grenfell fire survivor Munira Mahmoud still hears from the Duchess of Sussex from Los Angeles and tells OK! “I’m so proud of her...

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European media investigations detail how the US spied on German Chancellor Merkel

European media investigations detail how the US spied on German Chancellor Merkel

Denmark’s complicity in the NSA spying scandal against German politicians has been revealed in a joint European media investigation. Denmark’s secret service helped the US National Security Agency (NSA) spy on EU leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, a European media investigation published on Sunday revealed....

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Data firm Vertiv opens new factory for integrated modular solutions in Croatia

Data firm Vertiv opens new factory for integrated modular solutions in Croatia

Vertiv, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, has announced the opening of a new factory in Rugvica, Croatia to support its integrated modular solutions (IMS) business in EMEA Compared to the previous factory, the site offers 13 per cent more indoor space and 60 per cent...

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Bad labour practices turn journalism into risky job as Greek outlet sacks 55 – IFJ

Bad labour practices turn journalism into risky job as Greek outlet sacks 55 – IFJ

 The turbulence the media industry plunged into continues since the onset of coronavirus following a decision by Greek Artı TV and online media Artı Gerçek to lay of 55 media workers. This was after their parent company decided to terminate its contract with the two media. Consequently, the International and...

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Jailed rapper: Spanish  monarchy accused of gagging free speech

Jailed rapper: Spanish monarchy accused of gagging free speech

A dramatic arrest earlier this week of Spanish rapper Pablo Hasél, who was convicted of criticising the monarchy and supporting a Basque separatist group in his social media posts, has sparked days of protests across Spain and renewed debate over free speech in the country. Thousands of Hasél supporters have...

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Cocaine pipeline to Europe grows as drug peddlers target lucrative market

Cocaine pipeline to Europe grows as drug peddlers target lucrative market

Europe has emerged as the world’s leading illicit drugs market over the past eight years for cocaine and heroin produced in Latin America, a new report by the Global Initiative Against Organised Crime shows. With the traditional market in the Untied States of America having either shrunk due to unending...

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A third of Covid patients discharged from hospital are readmitted in five months

A third of Covid patients discharged from hospital are readmitted in five months

A study has found that almost a third of patients who have recovered from Covid-19 are re-admitted to hospital within five months. The research by Leicester University and the Office for National Statistics also found that up to one in eight die of Covid-related complications. It found that out of...

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Big relief for scientists as UK, EU sign Brexit trade deal

Big relief for scientists as UK, EU sign Brexit trade deal

Researchers reacted with relief to the news that the United Kingdom and the European Union had reached a last-minute trade deal on December 24 – ending more than four years of uncertainty over what their relationship after Brexit would look like. The deal has wide-ranging impacts for scientists — most...

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UK court rules out Julian Assange’s extradition to the US, citing suicide risk

UK court rules out Julian Assange’s extradition to the US, citing suicide risk

Since Wikileaks began releasing massive troves of US military and State Department secrets more than 10 years ago, Julian Assange has maintained that the American government would eventually seek to put him in a US prison. In a surprise twist, he may escape that fate – not because his organisation’s...

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CIA bribed, hired Chinese moles; China hit back with mega data theft

CIA bribed, hired Chinese moles; China hit back with mega data theft

In a classic case of the hunter becoming the hunted, Chinese secret service in Africa and Europe turned the tables on United States’ Central Intelligence Agency with the help of stolen data. This was after Chinese spy agency discovered how much Communist country had been infiltrated since 2013, a new...

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