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A Massive Vaccine Database Leak Exposes IDs of Millions of Indians

Personal information, including ID documents and phone numbers, have been released on Telegram.

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Why police are stepping back from mental health callouts - podcast

Police spend an estimated 20-40% of their time on mental health calls, according to the College of Policing. Is Humberside police’s ‘Right Care, Right Person’ a better way? Helen Pidd reportsWhen the emergency services are called to attend a mental health inc…

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Why Australia decided to quit its vaping habit

Recent measures cracking down on e-cigarettes are much needed, teachers and public health experts say.

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Co stało za wybuchami na Bałtyku? Szef niemieckiego wywiadu zabrał głos

Mija osiem miesięcy od wykrycia eksplozji na rurociągach Nord Stream zlokalizowanych na Morzu Bałtyckim. - Żadna służba wywiadowcza na świecie nie jest w stanie obecnie stwierdzić, kto stał za tamtymi wybuchami - przyznał Bruno Kahl, szef niemieckiej agencji …

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Ukraina walczy. Najważniejsze wydarzenia ostatnich godzin

Rosyjska inwazja na Ukrainę trwa od 456 dni. Kreml przekonuje, że atak dywersantów w obwodzie biełgorodzkim został już odparty. Tymczasem Rosyjski Korpus Ochotniczy twierdzi, że to kłamstwo. Oto najważniejsze wydarzenia ostatnich godzin.

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Władze Ukrainy: kolejna fala ataków na Kijów

Rosyjska inwazja zbrojna na Ukrainę trwa od 461 dni. Rosja rozpoczęła kolejną falę powietrznych ataków na Kijów. W mieście było słychać odgłosy eksplozji. "Nie opuszczajcie schronów" - zaapelował do mieszkańców mer ukraińskiej stolicy Witalij Kliczko. W ostrz…

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Barrage de Kakhovka : les pays riverains de la mer Noire craignent une pollution massive

La crue du Dniepr, issue de la destruction du barrage ukrainien de Kakhovka, a provoqué une pollution qui menace la mer Noire. Les autorités des deux pays riverains les plus concernés, la Roumanie et la Bulgarie, se veulent rassurantes sur la situation des pl…

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WNBA working with Brittney Griner and Mercury on travel options including charter flights

The WNBA is working with Brittney Griner and the Phoenix Mercury on travel options including charter flights going forward

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‘It felt like my way out’: why students from India come to the UK to study

About 140,000 Indians sought educational opportunities in Britain last year, and the number is growing The aspiration to travel abroad for university and work has long been ubiquitous across India.In a country of 1.4 billion people, places at India’s top univ…

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State Department Issues Travel Warning for Popular Caribbean Country Due to Safety Concerns

Travelers are advised to exercise increased caution.

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Memorial Day travel could make Thursday LAX's busiest day for 3 years as the airport opens an additional waiting lot for pickups

Los Angeles International Airport said it expects 218,000 passengers – the most since March 2020 – to turn up on Thursday.

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Amex Green vs Chase Sapphire Reserve

The updated Amex Green card is now an obvious competitor to the Chase Sapphire Reserve, but with a lower annual fee. We compare the cards in depth.

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Ted Cruz said Martin Luther King Jr. would be 'ashamed' of the NAACP's Florida travel warning. MLK's daughter, Bernice King, disagreed.

After Ted Cruz invoked MLK in his criticism of the NAACP travel warning, Bernice King corrected him, saying her father would have been 'deeply concerned' by the state's new laws.

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How railway travel inspired American diner architecture

In this Architectural Digest video, seasoned architect Michael Wyetzner talks about how the design of American diners has changed over time. He starts from when they were first created, and how their design was influenced by dining cars on trains. — Read the …

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Best Google travel tips and tricks

Create the perfect holiday plans with some help from Google. From snagging the cheapest flights to curating the best itineraries, these are all the best travel tips and tricks for Google.

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Creating the Kate Middleton ‘blowout’ using heated rollers

Achieve that Sloaney bounce at home – but you’ll need straight and easy-to-style hair in the first placeThe hackCreating a fast, bouncy, blow-dry effect with heated rollers.The testHeated rollers have fallen out of fashion, and perhaps with good reason. It’s …

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Stars made personal tailors popular – now high street shoppers are following suit

Move over Savile Row! From customising budget items to creating whole bespoke looks, the everyday tailor is back<ul><li>Don’t get Fashion Statement delivered to your inbox? Sign up here</li></ul>Celebrities are known for their elaborate entourages, featuring …

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Rise of the tourdrobe: how Beyoncé’s gigs are the new designer catwalk

Fans aren’t just going to the tour to listen to the music, they’re also going for the outfitsFrom underneath a giant screen of rolling, pink, fluffy clouds and a plume of grey mist, Beyoncé slowly ascends on to her Renaissance stage. A month into her global t…

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Long Story Short: YouTube Stories Are Shutting Down

As YouTube continues to pour its energy into its TikTok clone YouTube Shorts, it’s leaving its Snapchat copycat in the dust. YouTube is officially shutting down its stories feature in just a few weeks.Read more...

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The 'exploding' demand for giant heat pumps

Whole towns in Europe are being heated by huge, energy efficient heat pumps.

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From Cornish pasties to Slovenian potica, food is a language that everyone understands

What we eat defines us as a nation but it also crosses borders and, like Esperanto, helps us communicate globallyFood is an international language: an Esperanto that we all speak pretty fluently, for in the end everyone has to eat. But dialect words are also …

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Insect decline a threat to fruit crops and food security, scientists warn MPs

Poor pollination caused by destructive farming methods leads to loss of biodiversity and is a threat to food production, inquiry toldFruit growers in the UK are already seeing less yield and lower-quality produce because of the loss of insects, scientists hav…

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Celebrating 75 years of Caribbean food, culture and history

With guests such as author Riaz Phillips, Museumand looks back at 75 years of British-Caribbean culture in Objeks & Tings. Plus: five of the best podcasts to help learn a language<ul><li>Don’t get Hear Here delivered to your inbox? Sign up here</li></ul>Someh…

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Testing homemade vs ready-made baby food: which is better?

Price and convenience are compared while taking on board the reaction of a young consumerChildren are expensive, even without a cost of living crisis to contend with. According to the Child Poverty Action Group’s most recent findings, the cost of raising a ch…

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I’m plagued by intrusive violent thoughts. How can I lessen their impact? | Ask Annalisa Barbieri

Try sharing your feelings with loved ones or professionals to quell your fears and frustrations I am a 76-year-old widower. I lost my wife eight years ago and my daughter moved out two years ago, so I now live alone. I have a reasonable social life and a numb…

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Illegal reintroductions of rare butterflies to UK ‘a risk to other species’

Conservation scientists warn releases of rare or extinct species may spread diseases and harm attempts to save other butterflies“Ridiculous” illegal reintroductions of rare or extinct butterflies to new sites in Britain risk introducing disease, damage attemp…

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Ministers warned England set to miss wildlife and biodiversity targets

Exclusive: Natural England chair Tony Juniper says government must work quickly to reconcile farming and natureEngland will not meet its biodiversity targets at current rates, the chair of Natural England has said, as he accused ministers of moving too slowly…

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The risk of being bitten by a dog is higher on hot, sunny, and smoggy days, new research suggests

A study published in Nature looked at almost 70,000 dog-bite reports, and claimed that dogs get more aggressive on hot, sunny, and smoggy days.

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President Biden meets with AI tech leaders in San Francisco

While lawmakers in Congress (and soon, the Senate) call for a "blue-ribbon commission" to study the potential impacts of AI on American society, President Biden on Tuesday met with leaders in the emerging field to discuss and debate the issue directly. The Pr…

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Take a look inside the McNeal Mansion, an abandoned 10,000-square-foot home from the 1800s that nature is reclaiming

The New Jersey mansion was built in 1890 and has become damaged by fires and nature over the years. But photos hint at its former grandeur.

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