Dutch fertility doctor ‘secretly fathered at least 49 children’

DNA assessments show Jan Karbaat, who died in 2017, utilized his own sperm instead of donors A deceased Dutch doctor involved in a birthrate gossip parent at least 49 offsprings, an organization that is representing parents and children born through…

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One of Russia’s richest women killed in German plane crash

Natalia Fileva, a co-owner of private Russian airline S7, died when her plane went down in a field south of Frankfurt One of Russia’s richest wives has died in an aeroplane clang in south-western Germany together with two other people….

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Calais child refugees went on hunger strike after UK transfer delays

Exclusive: long wait for Home Office decision led to at least one child struggling suicide, the Guardian has learned Children “whos” forced to languish in Calais for up to a year as they waited for the Main office to transfer…

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Paths from the past: historians make sense of Brexit and our current political turmoil

From the American Revolution to Dunkirk, the Reformation to the Weimar republic leading historians help us understand such forces at be participating in our divided world ” Fromage not Farage”,” I’ve Seen Better Cabinets at Ikea “: the signs at…

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Shakira denies plagiarism allegations over song La Bicicleta

Singer and Carlos Vives scorned declare by Livan Rafael Castellanos that their chant contains texts, pattern and melody same to his The Colombian singers Yo te quiero tanto . Shakira, whose full figure is Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, told the…

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European parliament votes for controversial copyright reform (yes, again)

The European Parliament has voted to pass a controversial the process of reforming online copyright regulations that commentators battle will be translated into big tech programmes pre-filtering user rendered content uploads. The results of the final vote in the EU…

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Jacob, Boris and the so-called coup what really happened at Chequers? | Hannah Jane Parkinson

I reckoned if anything would finally understand off Theresa May it would be a blizzard of grey males in expensive cars. Apparently not, says Guardian editor Hannah Jane Parkinson On Sunday, in a sit-down dinner probably a subtlety more horrific…

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Letter in Utrecht getaway car may suggest terror motive

Firearm hijacked and houses searched after doubt supported over shooting that killed three Dutch lawyers have said they are still considering a possible terrorist rationale for Monday’s in the following statement that the investigators’ end was based on the nature…

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Ahead of third antitrust ruling, Google announces fresh tweaks to Android in Europe

Google is widely expected to be passed a third antitrust punishment in Europe this week, with reports advocating the European Commission’s decision in its long-running investigation of AdSense could property later today. Right on cue the search giant has PRed…

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Slovak liberals cross fingers for election of pro-west Zuzana aputov

Voters rally to presidential frontrunner whose pro-LGBT stance has fuelled rightwing conspiracy machine Disbelief and a clue of dread blinked across Zuzana Caputova’s face as the word broke. After clarifying to the Guardian how she would bolster the regulations of…

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