23 Junio 2021
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UK rights group calls for sanctions on modern Hong Kong's 180th 'birthday'
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Police have begun an investigation into potential breaches of Covid19 regulations at the funeral of an IRA veteran in Derry
A gunman who shot a Kinahan cartel target five times faces up to life in prison for attempted murder. James 'Mago' Gately survived a drive-by shooting at a filling station in Dublin in 2017
A gunman who shot a Kinahan cartel target five times faces up to life in prison for attempted murder
UK: Man arrested in Birmingham on suspicion of terrorism offences
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Britain strongly condemns the attempt to launch missile attacks on Riyadh
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British Foreign Office: We strongly condemn the attempt to target Riyadh
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Warning over mental health effects of floods in the UK - @guardian via @inkl Photo: Flooding in a street in North Yorkshire, as water levels rise on the River Ouse during Storm Christoph
Pentagon Chief: Great to speak with @BWallaceMP today. Reaffirmed the importance of the special US-UK relationship & discussed mutual security concerns, including COVID19. Also discussed the importance of the combined US-UK CSG21 deployment later this year led by @HMSQNLZ
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There is emerging evidence to suggest that the recently discovered, highly transmissible COVID19 variant first reported in the United Kingdom is potentially more deadly, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said
Threatpost: "Ransomware Attackers Publish 4K Private Scottish Gov Agency Files"
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Four people smugglers jailed over 39 Vietnamese migrant deaths: UK court
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France, UK, US, Italy and Germany renew support for Libya's political dialogue
UK bans passengers from Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo to control spread of COVID variant5 mes atrás
UK bans passengers from Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo to control spread of COVID variant
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No.10 warns the public against trying to use IT loopholes to "queue jump" for vaccinations
Some 3,500 relatives of people killed during the Northern Ireland conflict have urged the British and Irish governments to fully investigate the decades of violence
Haringey: A murder investigation has been launched after a 17-year-old boy died in hospital in the early hours of this morning after he was stabbed in Tottenham, last night. Met Police say the teenager was pronounced dead at 04:25.   As yet no arrests have been made5 mes atrás
Haringey: A murder investigation has been launched after a 17-year-old boy died in hospital in the early hours of this morning after he was stabbed in Tottenham, last night. Met Police say the teenager was pronounced dead at 04:25. As yet no arrests have been made
The A595 is partially blocked due to flooding and an overturned vehicle between Red Dial and Bolton Low Houses - and partially flooded between the B5305 turning to Wigton and the Curthwaite turning. The Newbiggin road between Durdar and Brisco is closed due to flooding
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The elderly man was found at a residential address on West Park, SE9. At 12:25pm the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. The deceased and the suspect were known to each other. A crime scene remains in place
PSNI has said the Continuity IRA may have opened fire on a civilian helicopter in County Fermanagh last week, rather than one belonging to the police. Security alert still going on in Wattlebridge, near Newtownbutler
Statement on Carrier Strike Group 2021 Joint Declaration signing, released by @DeptofDefense
Police say dissident Republicans may have fired shots at a civilian helicopter near Newtownbutler last Thursday. (Continuity IRA claims that it targeted a PSNI helicopter during searches for a suspicious device in Wattlebridge Road have previously been dismissed)
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Britain: We are concerned about Iran's financial and military support for armed groups in the region
Europe's biggest fish market in Peterhead like a ghost town. Built to deal with 10,000 boxes/day but with a few hundred. Boats tied up, exporters crippled.5 mes atrás
Europe's biggest fish market in Peterhead like a ghost town. Built to deal with 10,000 boxes/day but with a few hundred. Boats tied up, exporters crippled.
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British Health Minister Matt Hancock enters quarantine after coming into contact with someone infected with Coronavirus
British fish rot in trucks because the route from Great Britain to Europe can take several days for the freight forwarders. That is the reality after Brexit. Many companies across the country are complaining about new bureaucratic hurdles5 mes atrás
British fish rot in trucks because the route from Great Britain to Europe can take several days for the freight forwarders. That is the reality after Brexit. Many companies across the country are complaining about new bureaucratic hurdles
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Huge line of lorries from fishing firms in Westmister protest over Brexit disruption - "Brexit carnage" is written on one lorry
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UK calls for Israeli settlements in East Jerusalem and elsewhere in the West Bank to cease immediately
A 55-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder has been released under investigation   At 4.20pm yesterday, ambulance crews alerted police to the death of a 44-year-old woman in Cantley.  Her death is being treated as suspicious5 mes atrás
A 55-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder has been released under investigation At 4.20pm yesterday, ambulance crews alerted police to the death of a 44-year-old woman in Cantley. Her death is being treated as suspicious
Brent: A man in his 30s is in hospital with serious injuries after he was stabbed this morning in Neasden.  The attack took place close to where 48-year-old Leon Street was murdered six days ago. Mr Street was stabbed multiple times in the chest by a lone male suspect5 mes atrás
Brent: A man in his 30s is in hospital with serious injuries after he was stabbed this morning in Neasden. The attack took place close to where 48-year-old Leon Street was murdered six days ago. Mr Street was stabbed multiple times in the chest by a lone male suspect
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