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Coroner calls for public to provide information on heinous Liverpool shootings

A coroner has called for people to come forward with information into the deaths of shooting victims in Liverpool. A coroner has called for people to come forward with information as he opened inquests into the deaths of shooting victims in Liverpool. Inquests into the deaths of 28-year-old council worker Ashley Dale and Sam Rimmer, a 22-year-old mechanic, were opened along with that of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel in a 20-minute […]

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Police officer tried to save Olivia by covering gunshot wound inquest told

A police officer tried to save the life of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel by using his hand to cover her gunshot wound as he carried her into hospital A police officer tried to save the life of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel by using his hand to cover her gunshot wound as he carried her into hospital, an inquest has heard. Andre Rebello, the senior coroner for Liverpool who dealt with the death […]

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UN seeks 136m of emergency aid for victims of Pakistan floods

The United Nations and Pakistan have issued an appeal for £136 million in emergency funding to help millions of people affected by floods. The United Nations and Pakistan have issued an appeal for 160 million dollars (£136 million) in emergency funding to help millions of people affected by record-breaking floods that have killed more than 1,150 people since mid-June. UN secretary-general Antonio Gutteres said Pakistan’s flooding, caused by weeks of […]

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2250 fish found dead in Donegal river

Brown trout and Atlantic salmon were discovered in the Glenagannon River in Inishowen An investigation is under way after more than 2,250 brown trout and Atlantic salmon were found dead in a river in Co Donegal. The State agency responsible for the protection and conservation of freshwater fish and habitat said the major fish kill incident happened in the Glenagannon River in Inishowen. Inland Fisheries Ireland was alerted to the […]

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Family pay tribute to fiercely independent teenager

David Celino died after falling ill at Leeds Festival A 16-year-old boy whose death after falling ill at Leeds Festival police suspect was drug-related has been named, as his family paid tribute to him as “fiercely independent”. David Celino fell ill while at the music event on Saturday and was taken to hospital where he died in the early hours of Sunday, West Yorkshire Police said. Officers are investigating whether […]

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Nasas rocket launch to the moon postponed

Artemis 1 had been due to blast off this afternoon, but experts discovered a fault Nasa’s Artemis 1 Moon rocket launch has been postponed due to an issue with one of the engines. The space agency said: “Launch director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson has called a scrub of the attempt of the launch of Artemis 1. “The issue that came up was an engine bleed which couldn’t be remedied but the rocket […]

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Withholding information on Olivias murder is protecting killers warn Merseyside Police

They've issued a dramatic video appeal online, as their investigation into the nine year old's death continues People who might be withholding information about the murder of a nine-year-old girl who was shot dead in her own home have been warned they are protecting killers. As part of their continuing investigation into Olivia Pratt-Korbel’s killing and other recent murders in Liverpool, Merseyside Police again urged the public to come forward […]

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Pakistan flooding deaths pass 1000 in climate catastrophe

Flash flooding from the heavy rains washed away villages and crops There have been more than 1,000 deaths from widespread flooding in Pakistan since mid-June, officials said on Sunday, as the country’s climate minister called the deadly monsoon season “a serious climate catastrophe.” Flash flooding from the heavy rains washed away villages and crops as soldiers and rescue workers evacuated stranded residents to the safety of relief camps and provided […]

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British charitys blood donor record bid aims to save 150000 lives

Donors from 350 health centres in 23 countries joined forces to give blood A British charity attempting to set a world record for the most blood donations given in one day has said giving blood is one of the “easiest and best things” a person can do. The #GlobalBloodHeroes record bid, organised by Muslim social justice charity Who Is Hussain?, in partnership with NHS Blood and Transplant, aims to save […]

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