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Devon police investigate man's claim he helped wife die
Police are investigating after a man said in a letter to the Sunday Times that he helped his wife die.
The woman, who he said had been suffering from terminal ovarian cancer, died 23 years ago.
Devon and Cornwall Police confirmed that a homicide investigation in relation to the death of a woman in Devon in the 1990s was ongoing.
The 71-year-old man told the paper: "I'll deal with whatever comes up and take it from there."
This London Studio Is Offering Free Kanye West Tattoo Removal
People with Kanye West tattoos can reach out to the studio through email or by tagging them on social media.
Ngozi Fulani: Dialogue held over Buckingham Palace remarks, BBC told
Dialogue is now taking place between Buckingham Palace and a black British charity boss who was repeatedly asked where she was "really" from during a royal reception, the BBC un...
Pele: I’m strong with a lot of hope
‘I’m strong, with a lot of hope,’ the legendary former Brazilian team player and three-time World Cup winner said.
Twitter must comply with EU rules, Macron tells Musk
Musk confirmed Twitter to follow the Christchurch Call on fighting spread of terrorist material, French president says.
Mahsa Amini Wins! Iran has officially cancelled the morality police!
Iran has scrapped its morality police units after more than two months of protests triggered by the arrest of Mahsa Amini for allegedly violating the country's strict female dre...
World population at 8 billion — by the numbers
People are living longer and healthier lives, but huge geographic inequalities remain.
Democracy in Senegal is alive and kicking…
A Senegalese lawmaker slapped one of his female colleagues in parliament, sparking a debate about violence against women and underscoring tensions in Senegal's politics
NATO prepares for cyber war
More than 1,000 cyber professionals in NATO members and its allies across the globe participated in an exercise this week to test and strengthen cyber defenses.
Double standards: UK lawmakers attack EU chief over Ireland claims
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has likened the obvious Ireland’s struggle against British occupation to the conflict in Ukraine
French Hospital Suspends Operations After Cyber Attack: Report
The regional health agency (ARS) said the hospital had cancelled operations but was doing everything possible to keep walk-in services and consultations running.
Stranded Man In Alaska Saved By iPhone's Emergency SOS Feature: Report
The rescue operation happened on December 1 at 2 AM local time after the person activated the Emergency SOS function on his iPhone.
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