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UNRWA chief says humanitarian work in Gaza compromised after donors froze funds over alleged Hamas links
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Nearly 20,000 Russians have been arrested for anti-war messages since Russia’s invasion began two years ago, according to human rights groups
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Google Doodle took the opportunity of 23 February to celebrate a pioneer in the discovery and formulation of those vitamins and nutrients that are essential to human health
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MSF secretary general says idea of a humanitarian response in Gaza ‘is an illusion’ in briefing to UN
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Editorial: The Commons speaker made a mistake and he is seeking to make amends. To continue with his persecution is bad for politics
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Concerned neighbours in South Carolina said they felt ‘intimidated’ by mannequin hanging from a tree
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A coalition of Ukrainian human rights groups has urged Rishi Sunak to ‘end the impasse’ over using funds from Chelsea’s sale to help victims of war in the country
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Fears Maduro government is trying to shut down scrutiny after lawyer is arrested and UN human rights office shut down
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Allowing asylum seekers to travel safely, ending the exploitation of migrant workers and scrapping precarious status, says Zoe Gardner, a writer who specialises in immigration policy
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Aid to Gaza has been loaded and dispatched as the humanitarian crisis in Gaza continues to raise international concern. The UK-funded consignment of aid, delivered by the Jordanian Air Force, was dropped on Wednesday 21 February into the Tal Al-Hawa ...
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Scientists suspect human intervention responsible for introducing these cancers into new susceptible populations and species
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The House of Commons descended into chaos as Conservative and SNP MPs walked out in protest over the Speaker’s handling of the Gaza ceasefire debate. Commons Leader Penny Mordaunt said Sir Lindsay Hoyle had “hijacked” the debate by sel ...
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Sir Lindsay Hoyle apologised to the House of Commons after chaos ensued during a debate over a ceasefire in Gaza. The Commons Speaker faced shouts of “resign” from both sides of the House after selecting Labour’s bid to amend an SNP mo ...
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Hundreds of protesters calling for a ceasefire in Gaza gathered outside the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday, 21 February, as MPs debated a Scottish National Party (SNP) motion calling for an end to the bloody conflict. It came as there was uproar i ...
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The creatures cannot escape the noise humans make in the oceans, and better regulation is needed, researchers warn.
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The world’s biggest snake has been discovered in the Amazon rainforest. The huge anaconda measures 26ft-long, weighs 440lbs and its head is the same size as a human’s. The Northern Green Anaconda was found by TV wildlife presenter, Professo ...
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Ten-episode TV series is set in wartime but focuses on personal stories of human life unfolding amid Russian invasion
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Traits associated with the neurodevelopmental disorder could have helped early humans when foraging for food
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Campaigners to appeal after court declines to block export licences despite concerns about human rights breaches in Gaza war
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