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Europe · London
David Carrick: 'Evil' Met Police officer who was unmasked as serial rapist jailed for at least 30 years
An "evil" police officer who was unmasked as one of Britain's most prolific sex offenders has been jailed for at least 30 years. See the Story
37% Left coverage: 63 sources
Madonna · Los Angeles
Madonna Slams ‘Ageism and Misogyny’ After Grammy Appearance Comments
Madonna took to Instagram to respond to criticism of her appearance. The pop icon said she has never apologized for her appearance and won't start. Madge also said she is happy to do the trailblazing so that women behind her can have an easier time in the years to come.See the Story
61% Left coverage: 44 sources
US & Canada · Bonne Terre
Missouri executes Leonard Taylor for 2004 quadruple murder
A Missouri man convicted of killing his live-in girlfriend and her three young children was executed Tuesday despite his claims that he was in another state when the killings occurred.See the Story
44% Center coverage: 27 sources
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Europe · Portrush
Portrush security alert: Homes evacuated in Glentaisie Park
A number of homes have been evacuated in Portrush, County Antrim. Police are examining a suspicious object at Glentaisie Park. Motorists and pedestrians have been advised to avoid the area. Coleraine Leisure Centre has been opened for anyone who needs somewhere to go.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
‘Parasitic’ man killed wealthy retiree who disappeared after Leigh visit, court told
Norma Girolami, 70, gave Serkan Kaygusuz large amounts of cash, court told. The pair met at a swimming pool in 2017, Old Bailey was told. She was 'flattered' after he made an 'advance' in the hot tub at the baths. Over time their relationship became more of a friendship, jury told.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Christian Atsu · Turkey
Christian Atsu Falls from 9th Floor During Turkey Earthquake
Christian Atsu is believed to have survived a plunge from the ninth floor of a building in Turkey. The former Newcastle and Chelsea winger was pulled out of rubble alive on Tuesday after fears over his safety. The 31-year-old had scored a winner late in stoppage time on Sunday to beat Kasimpasa.See the Story
Coverage: 5 sources
King tells of concern for Zelensky and Ukrainian people at historic audience
Charles greeted the president with a wide smile and a warm handshake. The pair discussed the conflict in Ukraine and the part Britain has played in supporting the nation, Buckingham Palace said. The president is on his first visit to the UK since the Russian invasion of his country began. In an earlier impassioned address to Parliament, Mr Zelensky said he planned to thank Charles for the support he had shown Ukraine as the Prince of Wales.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Northern Ireland · Northern Ireland
Public transport fares in NI to increase by 7%
The changes affect travel on Metro, Glider, NI Railways, Enterprise, Goldliner and Ulsterbus services. Fares will increase on average by approximately 7% from Monday, March 6. Secretary of State for Northern Ireland said steps would need to be taken to improve Translink's sustainability.See the Story
Jolene Bunting disqualified as councillor after Britain First row
Jolene Bunting was found to have breached the code of conduct. Her actions were branded "dishonest, deliberate and for personal gain" It followed a complaint from Britain First leader Paul Golding. He claimed Ms Bunting asked him to cover a fine she received from Belfast City Council.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
PM pressed for urgent implementation of Daithi’s Law on organ donation
The law was inspired by six-year-old Daithi MacGabhann, who has been on the heart transplant waiting list since 2018. Secondary legislation is required to implement it, which cannot be approved at Stormont due to the political stalemate. The head of the British Heart Foundation Northern Ireland, Fearghal McKinney, said it is vital the new law is fully implemented.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Sanction parties refusing to powershare, urges ex-Northern Ireland secretary
Lord Hain suggested sanctions should be imposed on any political party that refuses to powershare and therefore collapses the Northern Irish government. His comments came as the DUP's refusal to form an executive, due to the Northern Ireland Protocol, has stretched on for more than a year. Lord Hain said he wanted to highlight a 'deeply troubling gridlock' in Northern Ireland's self-governance.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources