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Revealed: The Cryptoqueen's £13.5m London penthouse
A money-laundering trial in Germany is shining a light on the purchase of a luxury London penthouse by cryptocurrency scammer Dr Ruja Ignatova.
Jamie Bartlett and Rob Byrne of The Missing Cryptoqueen podcast explain how she used British-based lawyers and wealth managers – who continued to offer their services after she disappeared.
A former porter at the exclusive Abbots House apartment block in Kensington remembers meeting Dr Ruja Ignatova in 2016, as she returned from a shopping trip with her Bulgarian bodyguards.
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.
Afghanistan: Johnson brands claims of dogs before people as 'complete nonsense'
Boris Johnson has denied claims that dogs were prioritised over people during the UK's withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Omicron variant: Your questions answered
Early indications have revealed the Omicron COVID variant is more transmissible than Delta, as the UK records a total of 437 cases.
Comments on "Human Intelligence in a Digital Age" - A brilliant Speech by MI6 Chief Richard Moore, and the neglected elephants in the room
The author is not important. The content is.
Justified compliments about Mr. Moore's speech have been spread extensively and appropriately in the pages of many newspapers, but I would like to remark on precisely what I thi...
The Rise of a Narcostate: On Syria’s Ruins, a Drug Empire Flourishes
Powerful associates of Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad, are making and selling captagon, an illegal amphetamine, creating a new narcostate on the Mediterranean.
Jurors at Maxwell trial shown Epstein's massage table, photo of sex toys
A green massage table seized from Jeffrey Epstein's Palm Beach estate was carried into a Manhattan federal courtroom on Friday, where British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is on t...
Is Amazon AWS down? Ring, Disney+, Tinder and dozens of apps go offline
AMAZON Web Services are down, according to thousands of frustrated users. The cause of the issues is currently unknown but DownDetector has found several problems.
British supermarket chain Tesco facing pre-Christmas strikes
Workers at several Tesco distribution centres across Britain are set to strike in the run-up to Christmas, potentially hitting product availability, the Unite union said on Monday.
US announces diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics
The potential for further diplomatic boycotts hangs over the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing weeks ahead of the opening ceremonies.
Banksy bids to buy prison that held Oscar Wilde
Mysterious street artist Banksy has offered to raise £10 million ($13.28 million) to turn Reading Prison, where Oscar Wilde was incarcerated, into an arts center, by selling a s...
Biden and Putin hold rare video talks amid Russia-Ukraine tensions
US President Joe Biden is holding rare talks by video link with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, amid tensions on Ukraine's eastern frontier.
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