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Police Break Up Anti-War Protests Across Russia
Security forces have broken up anti-war protests in several cities across Russia after the country's troops launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24.
Black parent sues after Los Angeles school project had students pick cotton
The lawsuit against LA Unified says Rashunda Pitts’ daughter was humiliated by the lesson that was intended to teach about slavery
Florida calls teen ‘too immature’ for an abortion. But forced motherhood is fine?
The Florida court’s decision is shameful, nothing less than an ideological assault on a teenager
Rishi Sunak reveals favourite McDonald’s food … which no longer exists
Former chancellor talks about favourite breakfast meal, which went off menu in 2020
Employee fired by 'crying CEO' flooded with job offers - and he takes the credit
After facing relentless ridicule online, business owner Braden Wallake said that 'every nasty comment was worth it' after his former employee shared his success
EU braces for Big Tech’s legal backlash against new digital rulebook
Companies prepare to unleash a wave of challenges against efforts to tame the big names of the digital sector.
Japan encourages its sober young people to drink more and boost economy
The Japanese government has launched a nationwide competition to revitalise the alcoholic beverages industry which has been shrinking due to demographic changes, lifestyle choic...
Germany to miss gas storage target amid warnings of winter shortages
Moscow has drastically cut flows to Europe via the Nord Stream pipeline since mid-June and is currently supplying only 20% of agreed volumes, blaming technical issues, but the m...
Woman Sues Co-Worker, Claims His Extremely Tight Hug Broke Her Ribs
The court in China's Yunxi county ordered the man to pay her 10,000 Yuan (around $1,500) in damages.
Why workers just won’t stop quitting
The Great Resignation was triggered by the pandemic – so why aren’t resignations slowing down now as it wanes?
Saudi woman given 34-year prison sentence for using Twitter
Salma al-Shehab, a Leeds University student, was charged with following and retweeting dissidents and activists
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