The Sun Daily
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NEW DELHI: Three men have been arrested after a video emerged showing them assaulting two women in broad daylight as a dozen others looked on and ignored their screams for help, police said Monday. The blurry video aired by Indian television showed the men groping and pushing the women in Uttar Pradesh state as onlookers laughed and filmed the assault, later posting it on social media. The incident took place last week in a remote village in Rampur district when the men surrounded the two women, whose ages and identities have not been revealed. "We have arrested three of the main culprits and expect to get the fourth one shortly," Mohammad Tariq, a senior Rampur police official, told AFP. Police have analysed the footage and concluded there were four main attackers but they would be investigating the others who gathered to watch, Tariq added. One of the victims told India's NDTV network they begged the men to stop and called for help.
South China Morning Post
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Do not reappoint the current finance and education ministers and say no to interference from Beijings liaison office in Hong Kong, the Civic Party has urged the citys incoming leader. Those were two of the partys demands for Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, to whom its members presented a list of five dos and five donts during a one hour and forty minute meeting at the chief executive-elects office in Central on Monday. Speaking after the meeting,...
OK!
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Olivia Campbell, 15, was one of 22 people killed in an explosion at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena last Monday evening. Charlotte had spoken on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday morning, asking for help to find her teenage daughter who remained missing after a suicide bomber set off a bomb in the arena’s foyer. A day later the tragic news came that Olivia was among the dead, as more and more names of victims were confirmed. Charlotte and partner Paul joined ...
BBC Radio Wales
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Plymouth Herald
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Firefighters had to rescue four people who became stuck in a bedroom when a mirror fell on the door.One appliance from Kingsbridge was mobilised to reports of people shut in a bedroom at Stancombe Cross, Sherford at around 4am on Monday morning. people trapped in a bedroom due to a large mirror falling off the wall in front of the door.Crews used a triple extension ladder and small tools to release them all four were uninjured. READ NEXT:Serious concerns over Plymouth's £50m...
Bristol Post
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Traffic is slow along the motorway on Bank Holiday Monday because of animals on the road
France 24
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British police said they had arrested a new suspect on Monday over the Manchester bombings, bringing to 14 the number of people they have in custody over the attack. Authorities detained a 23-year-old in the southern coastal town of Shoreham-by-Sea, more than 400 kilometres (250 miles) from Manchester. In addition, police raided a property in a southern Manchester suburb as they step up their investigation into last week's bombing that killed 22 people. The attack, Britain's worst in more than a decade, was carried out by British-born extremist Salman Abedi, who detonated a powerful bomb at the exit of a concert by US singer Ariane Grande. Several of the victims were children, the youngest being just eight. Scores were injured in the attack. Police have been hunting for a network of people connected to Abedi, with Britain's interior minister Amber Rudd saying on Sunday there were "potentially" still members of the cell at large.
Sky News
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morning. True to form, bank holiday Monday is looking unsettled. Spells of rain across northern part of the uke spreading north eastwards and there will be the risk of showers spreading across parts of northern England and.
ITV
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When I said I was working on Good Morning Britain on Monday, they said I'd be thrilled when I was working alongside you, but beside me now,.
Evening Standard - Sport
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Here's a round-up of all the top transfer news and gossip from the papers on Monday May 29
Voice Of America
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" Mangum was on the train with her 17-year-old friend. She thanked those who came to their aid, saying "without them, we probably would be dead right now." Ricky John Best and Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche died after being stabbed. Micah David-Cole Fletcher was hospitalized with injuries that are not believed to be life-threatening. Thousands of donors have contributed to online fundraising efforts to benefit the victims and their families, which as of Monday had brought in about $800,000. "They saw injustice being committed, racism being practiced, and they intervened," said Rep. Keith Ellison, first Muslim elected to the U.S. Congress. "They exhibited the best qualities of American heroes. And they were killed for it." Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi said the attack was the latest in an increase in hate-driven acts against Jews, Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Latinos, African-Americans and others during the past year.
Sputnik International
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The Week
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Manchester attack: Missed warnings examined MI5 has opened two inquiries into how it missed the danger posed by Salman Abedi, the Manchester bomber, despite claims that the authorities were repeatedly warned about his extremist views. A 23-year-old man was arrested early this morning in Sussex in connection with the attack. A total of 14 people are now in custody for it. BA flight disruption continues into third day Passengers are facing a third day of disruption to BA flights, caused by a power outage which crashed a computer system. Already this morning, 13 short-haul flights have been cancelled, though the firm says it plans to run all long-haul flights and a "high proportion" of short today. Thousands of passengers were affected this weekend. Merkel: EU must go it alone now German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned yesterday that the EU can no longer "completely depend on others", after "very unsatisfactory" G7 and Nato talks.
France 24
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Sky News
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bombing to Britain's foreign policy? I am from Manchester and we are still hurting and I pay tribute to all those public servants who dropped everything to help those people in need last Monday. I could write a dissertation on this. It is a very complex situation
BBC Radio Ulster
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treated in hospital for his injuries the shark I ever did not survive from Sydney full match reports Terry's Ellwood was enjoying the calm Waters of Evans head in New South Wales when all of a sudden a 2.7 metre shark launched itself into his boat knocking him to the floor he said for a brief moment man and beast simply stared at each other before panic set in the 73 year old Australian fisherman manage just Scramble clear and call for help he suffered deep cuts but it said his brush with a 200kg Great White don't put him off his favourite past time and that's all for me until 8:30 he's going to need a bigger boat first bank holiday Monday I have ever seen you in a bit of a guy.
Evening Standard
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Daily Express - Showbiz
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Coventry Telegraph
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BBC Radio Ulster
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every morning at 8 o'clock on Monday the 29th of May adjusting to good morning Ulster with Joel Taggart and Declan long today's top story will be live from the scene of yesterday's murder of 35 year old Colin Horner in Bangor and bombing campaign was completely because it was taking civilian lives has Jeremy Corbyn Road back from his earlier comments about the IRA will be discussing that later I'm all about it with the sport headlines Mickey Harte praises his band saws All-Stars Gaelic football champions to open a title defence with an 11 point victory over Derry Jonathan Rea winds at Donington Park when it's playing ceiling for Enniskillen Holly Nixon at the European rowing championships let's get the BBC News summary thanks to a good morning police.
BBC Radio Wales
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because they can enjoy the event of a good good night and just finally briefly what's your highlight of the week that was absolutely theatre in Bridgend last night we have the opening concert with Sophie Evans West End star and only Boys Aloud and that was compared life good luck with the rest of the week when I listen to the full game live Champions League final in Cardiff on BBC Radio Wales FM on digital radio online and on your mobile BBC Radio Wales good morning Wales it's 8 o'clock on Monday the 29th of May bank holiday Monday this is Rachael Garside and.
Ruptly TV
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The Sun Daily
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ATHENS: Former Greek Prime Minister Constantine Mitsotakis died Monday at the age of 98, his family said. "He died at 0100 (6am Malaysia Time ) surrounded by the people whom he loved and who loved him," a family statement said. Born in 1918, Mitsotakis had quit politics in 2004, stepping down as Greece's longest-serving parliamentarian. The conservative politician was prime minister from 1990 to 1993 and served without interruption as MP since 1946, except for a ten-year break during and immediately after Greece's 1967-1974 military junta. During World War II Mitsotakis was active in the resistance against the Nazi occupation in his native island of Crete. In 1967 he was arrested by the junta but managed to escape to Paris, where he lived in exile until his return to Greece after the re-establishment of democracy in 1974. But despite his democratic credentials, Mitsotakis became a hate-figure for Greece's centre-left after playing a vital part in the downfall of the government of George Papandreou in 1965.
ITV
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