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Rebekah Vardy, wife of England's forward Jamie Vardy, left, and wife of soccer player Wayne Rooney, Coleen Rooney. Photo: AP

Why the ‘Wagatha Christie’ trial is Britain’s biggest celebrity feud

The bitter rivalries of footballers’ wives was fuelled by an Instagram sting involving fake news and privacy settings, but now it’s all out in the open

  • by Rob Harris

Opinion & Perspectives

Sadness behind the smile: Shireen Abu Akleh, a voice for Palestine

It is fitting that Shireen was given a state memorial service. She was a role model for millions of women who grew up watching her on television.

Sherine Salama

Fox and its white supremacists in suits give succour to mass killers

As broadcasters spout racist theories, Rupert and Lachlan Murdoch are under pressure to stop their “reckless amplification in the wake of the Buffalo massacre.

Anne Summers
Anne Summers

Columnist

‘Hate will not prevail’: Biden visits Buffalo to mourn, denounce white supremacy

Biden called out sections of the media and political figures for radicalising “angry, alienated, lost and isolated individuals” into believing racist ideas.

Farrah Tomazin
Farrah Tomazin

North America correspondent

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North America

11th richest in the world: Larry Ellison of Oracle.

Oracle’s Ellison joined phone call about contesting Trump’s defeat

The November 14, 2020, phone call is the first known instance of a technology industry leader joining Trump allies to strategise about how to contest the election result.

  • by Jan Wolfe
Medical personnel place pre-loaded syringes in a container during a vaccination push in New Orleans.

US authorities urge adults 50 and older to get a second booster

Previously, the CDC said those 50 and older had the option of the additional shot but only encouraged people older than 65 or with underlying medical conditions to get it.

  • by Sharon LaFraniere

Europe

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Plane crash survivor Zafar Masud.

Miracle plane crash survivor credits seat choice for ‘bonus life’

Surviving a crash in which 97 people were killed while he was one of just two survivors has transformed Zafar Masud’s view of life.

  • by Ben Farmer
University students demonstrating against the government in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka’s protesters stay in the streets

As hundreds of student protesters continued their call for the resignation of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, they were met with police tear gas and water cannons.

  • by Mujib Mashal

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Shireen Abu Akleh died after she was shot while covering an Israeli army raid for al-Jazeera.

Sadness behind the smile: Shireen Abu Akleh, a voice for Palestine

It is fitting that Shireen was given a state memorial service. She was a role model for millions of women who grew up watching her on television.

  • by Sherine Salama

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