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SAS will be ordered to counter Russian meddlingArticles | Mail Online

The SAS and SAS will be tasked alongside the MI6 to counter activities of Russian military intelligence, army chief General Sir Mark Carleton-Smith has said.Read MoreThe SAS and SAS will be tasked alongside the MI6 to counter activities of Russian military intelligence, army chief General Sir Mark Carleton-Smith has said.Articles | Mail Online

Tory MPs accuse PM of following ‘dates, not data’ on lockdown easingArticles | Mail Online

Ben Wallace today dismissed growing calls from Tory MPs to speed up the nation’s exit from lockdown as he said it would be wrong to ‘throw away’ progress in ‘the final mile’.Read MoreBen Wallace today dismissed growing calls from Tory MPs to speed up the nation’s exit from lockdown as he said it would be wrong to ‘throw away’ progress in ‘the final mile’.Articles |…

House Republicans aim to weaken First Lady’s school lunch billHome – CBSNews.com

Michelle Obama’s effort to provide healthier lunches to school children is getting some push back from House Republicans. GOP leaders believe the bill that would place limits on fat, sugar and calories will put too much of a financial burden on some schools. Nancy Cordes reports.Read MoreMichelle Obama’s effort to provide healthier lunches to school children is getting some push back from House Republicans. GOP…

Torrential rain to last for days due to colliding weather systems amid NSW flood disasterArticles | Mail Online

Conditions along the NSW coast are dangerous and volatile as more flood warnings were issued for parts of western Sydney and the NSW mid north coast on Sunday night.Read MoreConditions along the NSW coast are dangerous and volatile as more flood warnings were issued for parts of western Sydney and the NSW mid north coast on Sunday night.Articles | Mail Online

Russian national, 27, pleads guilty to conspiracy to cause damage to computer, tried to extort TeslaArticles | Mail Online

Egor Igorevich Kriuchkov, 27, tried persuading an unnamed employee at the company’s electric battery plant in Nevada to join his extortion scheme multiple times, from July 15 to August 22.Read MoreEgor Igorevich Kriuchkov, 27, tried persuading an unnamed employee at the company’s electric battery plant in Nevada to join his extortion scheme multiple times, from July 15 to August 22.Articles | Mail Online

Tsitsipas a démarré fort, mais Zverev l’a emporté au bout du suspense : le résumé vidéo de la finaleEurosport –...

“ATP ACAPULCO – Alexander Zverev su0027est imposé face à Stefanos Tsitsipas samedi soir, en finale du tournoi mexicain (6-4, 7-6). Revivez les temps fort de ce match en vidéo.”Read More“ATP ACAPULCO – Alexander Zverev su0027est imposé face à Stefanos Tsitsipas samedi soir, en finale du tournoi mexicain (6-4, 7-6). Revivez les temps fort de ce match en vidéo.”Eurosport – À la une

Concerns of violence as Ukraine approaches presidential electionHome – CBSNews.com

Sunday is presidential election day in Ukraine. The election will be held amid concerns that pro-Russian separatists in the eastern part of the country will disrupt the vote. Charlie D’Agata reports.Read MoreSunday is presidential election day in Ukraine. The election will be held amid concerns that pro-Russian separatists in the eastern part of the country will disrupt the vote. Charlie D’Agata reports.Home – CBSNews.com

Jersey Shore readies for second Memorial Day weekend after SandyHome – CBSNews.com

Memorial Day weekend marks the traditional beginning of summertime on the New Jersey Shore. But two years since Superstorm Sandy devastated the shore, recovery still hasn’t made it to everyone. Jericka Duncan reports.Read MoreMemorial Day weekend marks the traditional beginning of summertime on the New Jersey Shore. But two years since Superstorm Sandy devastated the shore, recovery still hasn’t made it to everyone. Jericka Duncan…

Chuck Hagel on toll of military budget cutsHome – CBSNews.com

The secretary of defense blasted Congress for allowing automatic budget cuts to shrink defense spending while speaking to “CBS This Morning” co-host Charlie Rose.Read MoreThe secretary of defense blasted Congress for allowing automatic budget cuts to shrink defense spending while speaking to “CBS This Morning” co-host Charlie Rose.Home – CBSNews.com

Fear of flying: Retired pilot helps anxious flyers get off the groundHome – CBSNews.com

Nearly 20 millions people suffer from aviophobia. CBS News’ John Blackstone reports on how Arizona pilot Ron Nielsen’s class, “Fearless Flight,” is helping them overcome their fear.Read MoreNearly 20 millions people suffer from aviophobia. CBS News’ John Blackstone reports on how Arizona pilot Ron Nielsen’s class, “Fearless Flight,” is helping them overcome their fear.Home – CBSNews.com

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Overseas spectators have been barred from the Tokyo Olympics. Greece reopened its ancient tourist sites, despite a virus surge. Catch up on pandemic news.Read MoreOverseas spectators have been barred from the Tokyo Olympics. Greece reopened its ancient tourist sites, despite a virus surge. Catch up on pandemic news.NYT > Top Stories

Many 9/11 first responders now dealing with chronic health issuesHome – CBSNews.com

As the National September 11 Memorial Museum opens to the public, many are taking time to remember those living with health problems after the attacks. Health experts say they have seen and certified around 2,000 cancers related to 9/11 so far. Marlie Hall reports.Read MoreAs the National September 11 Memorial Museum opens to the public, many are taking time to remember those living with health…

PDP, Wike talk tough as Ortom escapes assassination attemptPunch Newspapers – Latest News

•How I escaped herders who ambushed my convoy to kill me, aides –Benue gov The Peoples Democratic Party and Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike were outraged on Saturday after the convoy of Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, was attacked by suspected killer herdsmen. Ortom, at a press conference, said the incident happened at Tyo Mu,… Read MoreRead More•How I escaped herders who ambushed my convoy…

Palace aide rubbishes Harry and Meghan’s claim that ‘men in grey suits’ run the MonarchyArticles | Mail Online

In response to Harry and Meghan’s incendiary and hurtful accusations – addressed to a global TV audience of millions – the Queen has responded with a show of force.Read MoreIn response to Harry and Meghan’s incendiary and hurtful accusations – addressed to a global TV audience of millions – the Queen has responded with a show of force.Articles | Mail Online

Dancing Flamenco at the Santa Fe OperaHome – CBSNews.com

The Maria Benetiz Institute for Spanish Arts’ Flamenco Youth Company, along with guitarist Joaquin Gallegos, expand the boundaries of traditional dance at the soaring theater of the Santa Fe Opera.Read MoreThe Maria Benetiz Institute for Spanish Arts’ Flamenco Youth Company, along with guitarist Joaquin Gallegos, expand the boundaries of traditional dance at the soaring theater of the Santa Fe Opera.Home – CBSNews.com

This is Face the Nation, May 18Home – CBSNews.com

The latest on the departure of Veterans Affairs official Robert Petzel, New York City’s 9/11 museum, and a potential 2016 run by Hillary Clinton with White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough, American Legion National Commander Daniel Dellinger, former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, and more.Read MoreThe latest on the departure of Veterans Affairs official Robert Petzel, New York City’s 9/11…

Ex-SARS operatives killed for fun, traded corpses in morgues –ReportPunch Newspapers – Latest News

A coalition of civil society groups, Action Group on Free Civic Space, has disclosed that the operatives of the defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad allegedly killed at will and dumped corpses in morgues in exchange for cash. AGFCS in its 2021 report tagged, ‘#EndSARS: Police brutality, protests and shrinking civic space in Nigeria’ accused the ex-SARS… Read MoreRead MoreA coalition of civil society groups, Action Group…

Quelle trace laissera Depay à Lyon ?Eurosport – À la une

“LIGUE 1 – Face au PSG ce dimanche (21h), club contre lequel il s’est souvent illustré, Memphis Depay a l’occasion d’écrire une nouvelle page de son roman lyonnais. Débarqué début 2017, le Néerlandais a tour à tour été vu comme un espoir, une déception, un impact-player avant de devenir le patron incontesté des Gones. Dans le panthéon moderne de l’OL, Memphis a sa place. Mais…

AJ Pritchard’s girlfriend Abbie Quinnen suffers third-degree burns after wine bottle explodedArticles | Mail Online

The dancer, 23, was filming a video with her Strictly star beau, 26, when the accident happened on January 19 and was driven to Ealing Hospital in London by his brother Curtis.Read MoreThe dancer, 23, was filming a video with her Strictly star beau, 26, when the accident happened on January 19 and was driven to Ealing Hospital in London by his brother Curtis.Articles |…

Whatever happened to Mitch McConnell’s tough primary fight?Home – CBSNews.com

CBSNews.com Executive Washington Editor Steve Chaggaris talks with RealClearPolitics Political Reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns about Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell’s reelection bid, and why his GOP primary opponent seems to be faltering.Read MoreCBSNews.com Executive Washington Editor Steve Chaggaris talks with RealClearPolitics Political Reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns about Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell’s reelection bid, and why his GOP primary opponent seems to be faltering.Home – CBSNews.com

Queen plans diversity driveArticles | Mail Online

The Queen is to appoint a diversity tsar to modernise the Monarchy as part of a major drive encompassing Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.Read MoreThe Queen is to appoint a diversity tsar to modernise the Monarchy as part of a major drive encompassing Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.Articles | Mail Online

‘People are walking out if they can’t get the Pzifer jab’Articles | Mail Online

After 13 European countries halted use of the AztraZeneca vaccine amid claims it caused a rare type of fatal blood clot, EU regulators have investigated and declared it ‘safe and effective’.Read MoreAfter 13 European countries halted use of the AztraZeneca vaccine amid claims it caused a rare type of fatal blood clot, EU regulators have investigated and declared it ‘safe and effective’.Articles | Mail Online

How the coronavirus pandemic almost didn’t happenArticles | Mail Online

Scientists at the University of Arizona have said the cramped conditions of the Huanan seafood market in Wuhan and a ‘lucky break or two’ helped the coronavirus establish itself and spread.Read MoreScientists at the University of Arizona have said the cramped conditions of the Huanan seafood market in Wuhan and a ‘lucky break or two’ helped the coronavirus establish itself and spread.Articles | Mail Online

Second case of deadly MERS virus found in U.S.Home – CBSNews.com

A second case of the MERS virus has been found in Florida, the Centers for Disease control announced Monday. Of the 538 reported cases around the world, there have been 145 deaths. While there is no connection between the cases, both MERS cases in the U.S. were contracted in Saudi Arabia. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.Read MoreA second case of the MERS virus has been found…

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