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Jamal Khashoggi murder suspect arrested in Paris
A Saudi man suspected of involvement in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been arrested in France, reports say.
Khaled Aedh Alotaibi was arrested at Charles-de-Gaulle airport on Tuesday, French media report.
He is one of 26 Saudis wanted by Turkey over the journalist's murder at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October 2018.
Nusrat Ghani: PM orders Cabinet Office to investigate 'Muslimness' claim
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ordered a Cabinet Office inquiry into claims made by a Muslim MP who says her faith was given as a reason for her sacking as a minister in 2020.
‘Depraved’ Playboy founder accused of bestiality and grooming
Even Bill Cosby's name showed up in the explosive documentary, which paints Hugh Hefner as a predator
NATO allies put forces on standby as tensions rise over Ukraine crisis
NATO announced on Monday that some member countries are putting forces on standby and sending additional ships and fighter jets to eastern Europe as the United Kingdom and the U...
Pronovias Group Gives Your Wedding Dress A "Second Life" In New Initiative
You don't have to let your dress gather dust through Pronovias Group's new dress program
Pope Benedict XVI admits being at meeting about abuser priest when he ran Munich archdiocese
Pope Benedict XVI admitted Monday that he was at a meeting in 1980 at which an abusive priest was discussed, blaming his earlier denial at having been there on "an error in the ...
7 Kitchen Trends You’ll Soon Be Seeing Everywhere
Top designers and industry insiders share the secret recipe for standout kitchen design in 2022.
UK PM Johnson had a birthday party during lockdown, ITV News says
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had a birthday party during the first COVID-19 lockdown in June 2020 when social gatherings indoors were banned, ITV News reported on Monday.
Mark Zuckerberg says Meta is building the world’s fastest supercomputer
Facebook founder’s planned metaverse, blending reality with digital experiences, will require enormous computing power
I don’t trust PM not to leak interview with Sue Gray, says Cummings
Former No 10 adviser says he will only submit written evidence to Downing Street parties inquiry
London drinkers given caustic soda instead of salt in tequila slammers
Apparent staff error caused injuries to five people at central London bar Tiger Tiger last month
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