Fresh twist in ‘disturbing’ Qatar airport case after Australian women were invasively strip searched

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The Qatari government has vowed to prosecute airport officials who made Australian women endure ‘illegal’ vaginal exams and invasive questioning over an abandoned baby.  Airport guards submitted 18 women flying to Sydney to intrusive medical tests after a premature baby was found alive inside a bin at the Doha airport on October 2. Of those
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You can now get your hair styled by Meghan Markle and Lilly James’ hairstylist at HOME 

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The house has been cleaned from top to bottom, my mobile’s switched off, and I’ve put some posh biscuits on my best china plate. My husband (banished to the spare room) is convinced I’m having an illicit affair – or expecting a visit from the Queen. He’s not far off. In fact, I’ve booked myself in
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Luxury sportswear brand Castore ‘agree kit deal with Newcastle United’

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Luxury sportswear brand Castore make their move into the Premier League as they ‘agree kit deal with Newcastle’ after launching £25m partnership with Rangers earlier this year Sportswear brand Castore are set to become Newcastle’s official kit supplier  British-based company have been looking to enter the Premier League market It comes after they signed a
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Britain’s Covid-19 R rate has DROPPED to between 1.1 and 1.3

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Britain’s coronavirus R rate has dropped again, according to the government’s scientific advisers. SAGE today estimated the reproduction rate – the average number of people each Covid-19 patient infects – stood between 1.1 and 1.3. The number must stay below one for an outbreak to shrink. This marks the second week in a row that the group’s
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World Bank Chief Economist Reinhart: “Many Businesses Are In Sectors That Arent’t Going To Recover”

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The economist Carmen Reinhart, originally from Havana, Cuba, has served as vice president of the World Bank in Washington since June. The 65-year-old dedicated her academic career to the study of economic crises and sovereign debt. In 2009, she published the best-selling book “This Time Is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly” together with Kenneth
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Covid-19 outbreaks are growing quickest in Hull, Bath and Derby

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Covid-19 outbreaks are growing the fastest in Hull, Derby, and Bath, according to official data that has revealed only 20 of all 150 authorities in England saw a drop in infections last week.  Hull and Derby saw their coronavirus epidemics almost double in the seven-day spell ending October 25, with seven-day infection rates jumping to
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Woman, 27, is stabbed to death at Sydney home

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Woman, 27, is stabbed to death at a Sydney home – as 31-year-old man ‘known to the victim’ is arrested A 27-year-old woman has been stabbed to death inside a western Sydney home A 31-year-old man who was known to the victim was arrested at the scene   Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident
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Twist in search for autistic boy allegedly murdered by his mother more than 50 years ago

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Twist in search for autistic boy allegedly murdered by his mother more than 50 years ago as bone collectors dig up the family’s home Peter John Enright’s parents, Maureen and Michael , didn’t report him missing  Police allege Maureen murdered her son and may have buried him in their yard Officers announced no skeletal remains
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Almost 100 million sterile fruit flies will be released in Adelaide

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Almost 100 million sterile fruit flies will be released in Adelaide in battle to eradicate outbreaks of the pests Almost 100 million sterile fruit flies will be released across Adelaide  Authorities are battling to contain eight fruit fly outbreaks across the city Flies mate with the wild flies and the sterile flies then overwhelm the
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Love Island Australia winner Anna McEvoy celebrates end of Melbourne’s lockdown laws

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Love Island Australia winner Anna McEvoy celebrates end of Melbourne’s lockdown laws by enjoying a cocktail at a restaurant – after revealing the strict quarantine strained her relationship with Josh Packham By Marta Jary For Daily Mail Australia Published: 10:35 EDT, 30 October 2020 | Updated: 11:04 EDT, 30 October 2020 Anna McEvoy celebrated the
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