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Saudi Arabia executed 184 people in 2019, watchdog says
(January 14 22:46) Dailymail.co.uk
Saudi Arabia executed 184 people in 2019, human rights watchdog Reprieve said, up 35 from the previous year and including several who were minors when they were arrested.
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British Dynasty star Emma Samms, 59, tells of six-month 'Long Covid' hell
Former Dynasty Emma Samms, 59, who tested positive for Covid in March, has spoken of being one of the 'long covid' sufferers. She reports having 'panic inducing levels of fatigue'. ...
Police speed camera van ends up in hedge after crash with van
A police speed trap van was shunted into a hedge after it was struck by another van in Horncastle, Lincolnshire , pictured. Luckily neither the camera operator or second van ...
Alcoholic water emerges as new booze trend in Australia as pubs clear the shelves for new arrivals
More than 12 brands of alcoholic seltzers have hit the shelves across Australia in the past ten months, with many more set to be released before summer arrives.
Lincolnshire Police will use CCTV that can detect whether you're in a good or bad mood
Lincolnshire Police received funding from the Home Office to trial the pilot technology. Police will be able to enter searches for moods and expressions using the system, to be trialed ...
Royal Navy's newest £100m warship HMS Trent breaks down
The HMS Trent, a 90-metre warship, had to be dragged back to its first port of call in Gibraltar, just ten days after setting sail from Portsmouth. They had to out ...
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California ranks fifth in the world for COVID-19 cases
The number of infections in California, the most populous US state, reached 597,984 on Friday morning, according to a John Hopkins tally.
(August 14 23:08) Dailymail.co.uk
Man who performs as LA Kings mascot lion 'Bailey' is sued for harassment
The woman, who is only identified as Jane Doe, has filed a lawsuit against Tim Smith who plays the NHL team's mascot, TMZ reports.
Donald Trump's younger brother Robert is hospitalized
President Trump's younger brother, Robert Trump, has been hospitalized in New York.
(August 14 22:56) Dailymail.co.uk
Famously apolitical Dolly Parton voices her support for Black Lives Matter
In an interview with Billboard magazine, the 74-year-old said she appreciated Americans taking to the streets to protest for racial reform following the death of black man George Floyd. ...
(August 14 23:43) Dailymail.co.uk
A-level student who played dead to survive 2014 Taliban massacre wins place at Oxford University
Ahmad Nawaz, 19, almost lost an arm when the Taliban unleashed fury at his school in Peshawar, Pakistan in December 2014.
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