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Republicans Blast Canada for Insanely Responding to Gun Violence by Banning Guns
“People who shoot people inside buildings first have to enter those buildings,” Greg Abbott said. “The problem isn’t guns - it’s doors.”
OK, so now that we understand that the problem is not guns but doors, lets listen to the doors, with "Riders On The Storm".
UK Monkeypox Symptoms Different To Prior Outbreaks: Study
Monkeypox: Britain detected some of the earliest new global cases and the first study into patients there was published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases journal on Friday.
Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Other Top Billionaires Lose $1.4 Trillion In Worst Half Ever
With policy makers now raising interest rates to combat elevated inflation, some of the highest-flying shares -- and the billionaires who own them -- are losing altitude fast.
"It Was Hard To Believe": Man Wins $250,000 In Lottery Using Numbers He Saw In Dream
Virginia Lottery released the photograph of a jubilant Alonzo Coleman posing with the giant $250,000 check and "I am a grumpy old man" t-shirt.
Vietnam 'Napalm Girl' receives final skin treatment in Florida 50 years after iconic image
On 8 June 1972, Kim Phuc Phan Thi, who was then nine-years-old was badly burned by a napalm bomb dropped by an American warplane during the Vietnam war.
Ten people in custody in France over deaths of 27 migrants in the English Channel
It has been reported that the suspects are allegedly part of an Afghan smuggling network. More people were originally arrested as part of the sting operation but some were subse...
How a British man ended up on the FBI's 'Most Wanted' list for allegedly helping North Korea evade sanctions
Christopher Emms was in "survival mode" by the time he was moved to his second Saudi Arabian jail.
109 live animals - including 35 turtles and 20 snakes - found in women's luggage
The pair were trying to board a Thai Airways flight to India, and suspicions were raised following what was meant to be a routine X-ray inspection.
Vatican suffers big loss in sale of London building at heart of fraud and embezzlement trial
In a statement issued on Friday, the Vatican said the building was sold for £186m to Boston-based private investment firm Bain Capital, but did not provide a definitive figure f...
Scottish independence: yes activists regroup amid rows over strategy
Grassroots groups prepare for action after second referendum date announced, but Scottish public remains divided
Scandal after scandal: timeline of Tory sleaze under Boris Johnson
PM’s tenure has been characterised by disrepute, from lockdown breaches to serious sexual assaults
Johnson risks breakup of UK over Northern Ireland protocol, says Varadkar
Ireland’s deputy PM accuses No 10 of making ‘shocking’ blunders with protocol bill
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