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Pakistan's prime minister told Sri Lanka's president that more than 100 people have been detained in the lynching of a Sri Lankan factory manager and suspects will be “prosecuted with the full severity of the law.” Imran Khan said in an overnight tweet that he spoke to Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa by phone to convey the country's anger and shame and assure him that justice would be done for Friday's “vigilante killing” of Priyantha Kumara. A mob of hundreds of enraged Muslims descended on the sports equipment factory in the district of Sialkot in Punjab province after the Sri Lankan manager of the factory was accused of blasphemy.
Boris Johnson relies on the same playbook as other populist leaders, channeling people’s anger into illiberal policies
A new era begins at Manchester United today as Ralf Rangnick takes charge for the first time against Crystal Palace. Presumably, the club took the decision to appoint the man widely credited with having an influence on the tactical philosophies of both Thomas Tuchel and Jurgen Klopp in an attempt to modernise and revamp their coaching structure. Michael Carrick has stepped down, potentially allowing Rangnick to exert even more of his influence on the team and, having held his first press conference, it will be fascinating to see how United lineup in his image.
A Russian airliner had to change course to avoid a NATO spy plane that was crossing its path above the Black Sea, Moscow authorities have said.The alleged spy plane "descended rapidly" across the planned route for a Tel Aviv-Moscow Aeroflot service with 142 people on board, Russia's Federal Air Transport Agency said late Saturday according to news agency Interfax.
Rescuers are searching for survivors on the slopes of the highest volcano on Indonesia’s island of Java after it was rocked by an eruption that killed at least 13 people, as smoldering debris and thick mud hampered their efforts
Keir Starmer should learn from how Wilson and Blair led Labour to success. With a sharper team in place, the Labour leader needs to exploit this government’s flaws while offering a superior alternative
Hot news from two billion years ago: plankton actually moved mountains. Our planet’s geology shaped life on Earth. But now scientists reveal it worked the other way around too
The former government adviser warned the danger of vaccine inequity leading to new variants
Thomas Tuchel admitted Edouard Mendy is suffering from a lack of confidence after his error in Chelsea’s shock defeat to West Ham. The goalkeeper, who was this week named runner-up to Gianluigi Donnarumma as Europe’s finest No1, was also culpable when conceding a penalty in the 3-2 defeat. Mendy twice had the chance to clear the danger after Jorginho’s under-hit back-pass, but was panicked into bringing down Jarrod Bowen under pressure from the winger.
Walkinshaw Andretti United team driver Chaz Mostert fought back from a wheel puncture and encounters with native wild animals to win an incident-strewn Bathurst 1000 touring car race on Sunday. Mostert finished the 161-lap race in the regional town of Bathurst, about a two-hour drive west of Sydney, four seconds ahead of Ford's Cameron Waters in second.
Ex-Sage member ‘cautiously hopeful’ current vaccines will protect against new variant
Fondsbørsmeddelelse nr. 30/2021 Indberetning af ledende medarbejderes handel med cBrain-aktier København, 5. december 2021 Felida ApS, som ejes af Thomas Qvist, CTO i cBrain, har solgt en aktiepost svarende til 2,54 % af aktiekapitalen i cBrain. Aktierne er solgt til en kreds af institutionelle aktionærer, herunder flere som i forvejen ejer aktier i cBrain. Salget betyder, at Thomas Qvist har reduceret sin samlede aktiepost i cBrain fra 6,12% til 3,58%. Baggrunden for salget er de danske lagerbe
Don’t be fooled by deceitful parents, top child expert warns social workers. Professionals urged to be more sceptical and ready to remove at-risk children after death of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes
Cheryl has cancelled her BBC podcast owing to her continued grief following the death of Girls Aloud bandmate, Sarah Harding.
From pandemic to endemic: this is how we might get back to normal. Covid-19 is unlikely to be eradicated, experts say, but societies in the past have learned to live with diseases
Encounter review – Riz Ahmed shines in sophisticated alien-invasion thriller. Family road movie and sci-fi conspiracy merge in this subtle psychological drama from Beast director Michael Pearce
‘Neglected’ fostering services face crisis in morale and funding, warns UK charity. Survey reveals critical shortage in placements with government accused of ‘relying on goodwill of carers to supplement the state’
Omicron: what do we know about the new Covid variant?. Scientists are racing to establish the variant’s transmissibility, effect on immune system and chance of hospitalisation or death
The latest challenge to Joe Biden’s presidency: the Omicron variant. Analysis: after he promised to crush the coronavirus, the rise of a new strain could be a blow to perceptions of his competency
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