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Twitter’s employees nightmare, If Elon Musk take over Twitter
Andrew's fury after £3m-a-year taxpayer-funded cops to be axed within weeks
PRINCE Andrew is furious with ministers after being told that his taxpayer-funded police guard is to be axed next month.
Cruise passenger rescued after 15 hours in the sea
A passenger who went missing from a cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico has been rescued after more than 15 hours in the sea, the US Coastguard said.
Imran Khan attends first rally since being shot at
Pakistan’s ousted Prime Minister Imran Khan is attending a rally in Rawalpindi — his first public appearance since being shot at and injured.
The FTX story just gets wilder
Earlier this year, SBF invested $11.5m in Farmington State Bank in Washington St. (nearly double the bank’s value).
France’s digital taxman goes after Amazon — again
The US tech giant scored a victory narrowing a French digital levy that lawmakers are now trying to overturn.
Suella Braverman flounders badly
Suella Braverman says that the only way a persecuted child from a country in Africa who has a sibling in the UK could get here would be to enter illegally and then claim asylum....
WhatsApp data leak sees 500m user records for sale, including 3m from Hong Kong
A database containing up-to-date mobile phone numbers of nearly 500 million WhatsApp users was leaked and put up for sale, with the dataset allegedly contains WhatsApp user data...
A paramedic fought to save a crash victim, not knowing it was her daughter
Paramedic Jayme Erickson spent more than 20 minutes trying to save a seriously injured crash victim. At the time, Erickson did not realize the person she was treating was her 17...
Thwarting a Red Wave, Gen Z Emerges as Powerful Voting Force
Early polls show people between the ages of 18 and 29 voted in near-record numbers during the 2022 midterms
Why does the BBC cover up corruption?
The front pages of the Metro, i, Financial Times, Times, Telegraph, Daily Express, Daily Mail, Mirror, Daily Star and Sun all appeared in "The Papers" section of the BBC News ap...
Meta Report: US Military Behind Online Influence Campaign Targeting Central Asia, Middle East
Facebook parent company said people behind the operation 'attempted to conceal their identities,' but its probe found 'links to individuals associated with US military'
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