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Head of Oxfam probed over handling of sexual assault case
(February 20 10:17) Dailymail.co.uk
Lesley Agams, who was the charity’s country director in Nigeria, was dismissed by a senior manager she had accused of sexually assaulting her three months beforehand, according to reports.
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Suicide clinics 'to be made legal in Guernsey'
Guernsey's Chief Minister Gavin St Pier said he is backing the controversial euthanasia plan after he witnessed his own father's painful death from cardiovascular disease.
Man, 21, fighting for his life after officers fired 13 shots at him
The police watchdog has launched an investigation after a 21-year-old was shot at 13 times by armed officers at a property in Hackney, leaving him fighting for his life.
Scourge of plastic in the oceans is expected to TREBLE in ten years
Scientists behind today’s report said the oceans are vital to Britain as 95 per cent of the UK’s international trade travels by water, while the internet is connected by underwater ...
Poor children are FATTER than rich kids because of cheap junk food
The study by University College London found that poor children born most recently weighed 4.6 lb (2.1 kg) more than those who are better off.
MPs hit back at Julian Assange Cambridge Analytica testifying claim
Julian Assange tweeted saying he had accept a 'request' to give evidence via video link about Cambridge Analytica, but the select committee claimed 'no formal invitation' was made.
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