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Over 100 arrested in Spain and Italy in major money-laundering sting
More than 100 people have been arrested in Spain and Italy following a joint investigation into money laundering.
The sting targeted an Italian mafia gang on the Spanish island of Tenerife, who are accused of laundering more than €10 million.
The group is alleged to have made its money through a number of online scams in several European countries.
The police operation — supported by Europol — led to the arrests of 106 people, authorities said on Monday.
Penn Urges Businesses To Create, Update Business Continuity Plans For COVID-19
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Prince Harry in legal fight to pay for UK police protection
Prince Harry is seeking a judicial review against a refusal of the Home Office to allow him to personally pay for police protection when in the UK.
NI 100: Ireland marks 100 years since British handover of power
A ceremony has been held to mark 100 years since Dublin Castle, the then headquarters of the British in Ireland, was handed over to Irish authorities.
Piel Island: Search for licensee to run 300-year-old pub
A search has begun to find a "monarch" to run a remote island and 300-year-old pub off the coast of Cumbria.
Starmer accuses PM of breaking law over No 10 parties
Sir Keir Starmer has accused Boris Johnson of breaking Covid laws with parties held in Downing Street during lockdown.
Texas synagogue hostage-taker was British
A man who took four hostages at a synagogue in a suburb of Dallas, Texas, has been identified by the FBI as British citizen Malik Faisal Akram, 44.
Senior Met officers sacked for gross misconduct
Two senior Metropolitan Police officers have been sacked for gross misconduct.
Novak Djokovic: Tennis star deported after losing Australia visa battle
Novak Djokovic has been deported from Australia after losing a last-ditch court bid to stay in the country.
Prince Andrew: Ruthless royals move to limit the damage
This was a ruthless piece of palace politics, distancing the Royal Family from one of its own.
What's a PM to do when even kids joke about his future?
The prime minister is fighting to stay in No 10 - and the next few days could prove decisive.
Microsoft launches ‘inclusivity’ checker
Users of Word have taken to social media to express their discontent with the new ‘woke’ feature
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