The source told The Telegraph, \"He spent most of the four weeks he was in hospital trying to get home. They operated on his heart in a bid to give him a little longer, maybe with the 100th birthday in mind....
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Anti-maskers and COVID deniers have been yelling about 'freedom' since the pandemic began. Now many of them are standing in the way of America's actual freedom.
COVID deniers and turning into anti-vaxxers and preventing the rest of us from getting through the pandemic and back to normal.
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Andrew Marr has suggested his frustration over BBC impartiality could soon lead him to leave the corporation so he can speak his mind about politics. In a frank public admission, the broadcaster predicted that the coming decade would be even more “turbulent” than the last, testing his resolve to stay neutral on major stories. The 61-year-old, who still presents the BBC’s flagship political show on Sundays, refused to be drawn on what issues he felt may cause the rift with his employer in future.
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A German prosecutor investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann says he believes she was killed in Portugal. Detectives had feared that the prime suspect in the case, Christian Brueckner, may have moved Maddie from Praia da Luz to Germany. Asked where he believes she was killed, he replied “in Portugal".
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This bride's behavior looked like a clear red flag to many. The post Groom-to-be reconsiders wedding after discovering fiancée’s ‘awful’ plan: ‘So many red flags’ appeared first on In The Know.
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Police are reaching out to villagers in northern India to investigate the recovery of bodies buried in shallow sand graves or washed up on the Ganges River banks, prompting speculation on social media that they're the remains of COVID-19 victims. On Friday, rains exposed the cloth coverings of bodies buried in shallow sand graves on a wide, flat riverbank in Prayagraj, a city in Uttar Pradesh state.
Thousands of anti-lockdown protesters in central London marched from St James Park to the BBC's headquarters. Once they arrived at Broadcasting House, many began shouting "shame on you" outside the public broadcaster's building. Thanks to a rapid vaccination programme and previous lockdowns, the UK is currently emerging from coronavirus restrictions ahead of many other European nations, but Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that the spread of a new virus variant first detected in India could