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Police arrest Russian peace protester within seconds of starting interview
Footage shared on social media shows the moment a Russian peace protester was arrested just moments after starting an interview.
The video was captured on Manezhnaya Square in Moscow by the Russian activism group Activatica, and shared on social media on March 13.
Russian police have been cracking down on anti-war protests across Russia as the invasion into Ukraine enters the third week.
US and London police did the same against anti-Iraq invasion protesters.
Boris Johnson rules out immediate cost-of-living measures
Boris Johnson has no plans to introduce big tax and spending measures before he leaves office to ease the cost-of-living crisis, Downing Street has said.
UK heatwave: UK set for new heatwave as temperatures head to 35C
The UK is set for another heatwave this week with highs of up to 35C (95F) in some parts, forecasters have said.
England seal record Commonwealth medal haul
England are celebrating a record haul of 176 medals at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Queen to interrupt Balmoral stay to meet new prime minister
The Queen will interrupt her annual stay in Balmoral in Scotland so she can hold an audience with the incoming new prime minister, says Buckingham Palace.
Woman who ran over and killed boyfriend in Fife avoids jail
A 21-year-old woman who killed the "love of her life" by running him over with her car has avoided a prison sentence.
Avanti West Coast suspends sales and cuts timetables
A train operator has slashed its timetables and suspended ticket sales due to "severe staff shortages".
Cost of living: How you can save money on pet care
From fuel and electricity to milk and eggs, we've all noticed the price of things around us going up.
Former prosecutor John Watt QC jailed for abusing children
A former Scottish prosecutor has been jailed for 10 years for sexually abusing four young children more than four decades ago.
Amid global alarm, Ukraine, Russia trade blame for nuclear plant attacks
Kyiv and Moscow traded blame on Monday for the weekend shelling of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex amid international alarm that their battle for control of the plant cou...
Greek Spy Chief Quits Over ‘Mishandled’ Phone Tapping Operation
The head of the Greek intelligence service has stepped down during a scandal after spying on journalists and an opposition politician with their mobile phones targeted by spying...
Spanish bullet train service halted after fiber optic cable stolen
Hundreds of rail passengers were left stranded for hours in Spain after around 600 meters of fiber optic signaling cables were stolen.
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