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Man charged with attempted murder following Salman Rushdie stabbing
Salman Rushdie ‘on ventilator and could lose eye’ after attack
Who is Salman Rushdie and why was there backlash to his novel?
Train drivers on strike as dispute over pay and conditions continues
More grass fires break out amid dry and sweltering conditions
Ukraine says it has taken out another vital bridge in occupied Kherson
MP who assaulted his wife should leave Plaid Cymru, party leader says
Britney Spears' ex-husband convicted of trespassing in wedding raid
Checks for bowel cancer at record high ‘thanks to Dame Deborah James’
Is there a hosepipe ban in my area and which regions could be next?
Hosepipe ban rules: What happens if you get caught watering your plants?
What happens when it rains after a drought?
How can the heatwave impact your mental health?
A year in Ukraine: A mother's war diary
Mysterious seagull artwork likened to Banksy pops up in Welsh town
Plane makes 'lowest ever' landing at island airport as tourists look on
The Rundown from ITV News: Watch the latest edition
The esports player representing England just a year after she started gaming
'Buying a home in Wolverhampton is a career highlight'
Is drug testing going to become a regular part of UK festivals?
The murdered schoolboy and the 27-year wait for justice
Why drought has hit now and why rain won't necessarily help
Ex-royal nanny wins damages from BBC and Charles opens the Commonwealth Games
Anne Dudley on composing for Poldark, Art of Noise and her new album
Begum sells food to pay for western clothes in bid to distance from ISIS
Thunderstorms to hit north of UK while south continues to sizzle
Patel expresses ‘tremendous pride’ in Afghanistan evacuation effort
Period products law to come into force in Scotland
Sunak: Rushdie attack a ‘wake-up call’ to the West over Iran threat
Man, 24, charged with attempted murder following Salman Rushdie stabbing
Checks for bowel cancer at record high ‘thanks to Dame Deborah James’
More grass fires break out amid dry and sweltering conditions
Ukraine says it has taken out another vital bridge in occupied Kherson
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'Screaming' tourist leaves seaside town local 'shaking and angry'
Nurse denied morphine to brain tumour patient for being 'lazy'
Tunnel 'ruins' man's caravan holiday after '103 attempts to pay' charge
No tears: The farmer giving away 40 tonnes of onions because of the heatwave
Body found in lake after search for young man seen in trouble
Hundreds want Earth Goddess statue removed 'with immediate effect'
Chairs, tents and wind breakers among huge pile of items left behind at beach
Bomb squad called after unexploded device found by firefighters
Critical incident declared at Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin healthcare system
Search on to find home for 'the dog who can't be touched'
Thousands gather at Noah Donohoe protest in Belfast
Cause of fire near popular beach confirmed amid concern it could reignite
Weather sees another mass ascent at Bristol Balloon Fiesta cancelled
New road barriers turned into 'spaghetti' in heatwave
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Guardian
14/08/2022 10:54:21
Politics Keir Starmer demands ban on raising energy prices
Exclusive Poll gives Truss 22-point lead to be next prime minister
Sturgeon Johnson is a ‘disgrace to office of prime minister’
Plaid Cymru Leader says MP who assaulted wife should stand down
Exclusive Poll gives Truss 22-point lead to be next prime minister
Sturgeon Johnson is a ‘disgrace to office of prime minister’
Plaid Cymru Leader says MP who assaulted wife should stand down
Keir Starmer demands ban on raising energy prices
Salman Rushdie Author had started to believe his ‘life was normal again’
Hadi Matar Suspect pleads not guilty to attempted murder
Author had started to believe his ‘life was normal again’
Heatwave More wildfires across UK feared as temperatures forecast to reach 35C
South Yorkshire Body recovered from lake after reports of man in difficulty
London 70 firefighters tackle grass fire in Enfield
Surrey Bottled water stations opened after issues at treatment works
South Yorkshire Body recovered from lake after reports of man in difficulty
London 70 firefighters tackle grass fire in Enfield
Surrey Bottled water stations opened after issues at treatment works
More wildfires across UK feared as temperatures forecast to reach 35C
Archaeology Howard Carter stole Tutankhamun’s treasure, new evidence suggests
Howard Carter stole Tutankhamun’s treasure, new evidence suggests
Sarah Everard Met forced to halt ‘absurd’ convictions over vigil
Met forced to halt ‘absurd’ convictions over vigil
Thérèse Coffey Minister accused of hiding reports on impact of Tory welfare reforms
Minister accused of hiding reports on impact of Tory welfare reforms
Shropshire NHS declares critical incident over ‘unprecedented pressure’
NHS declares critical incident over ‘unprecedented pressure’
Mali Prime minister, Choguel Maïga, ‘ordered to rest’ by doctor
Prime minister, Choguel Maïga, ‘ordered to rest’ by doctor
Scotland Walker, 82, completes mission to climb every Munro
Walker, 82, completes mission to climb every Munro
Jerry Sadowitz Edinburgh fringe standup show axed after complaints
Edinburgh fringe standup show axed after complaints
Online shopping Amazon and Waitrose ban customer for returning too many purchases
Amazon and Waitrose ban customer for returning too many purchases
‘It’s madness’ Ukraine holds breath as Putin turns nuclear plant into frontline
Ukraine holds breath as Putin turns nuclear plant into frontline
Catch up What happened in the Russia-Ukraine war this week? The must-read news and analysis
What happened in the Russia-Ukraine war this week? The must-read news and analysis
‘The west doesn’t want Russians partying in the streets of Europe’ Calls grow for visa ban
Calls grow for visa ban
At a glance What we know on day 171 of the Russian invasion
What we know on day 171 of the Russian invasion
Be careful what you wish for … Why politicians long to be in Vogue
Why politicians long to be in Vogue
Salman Rushdie Attack prompts questions over security at New York event
Suspect More details emerge about Hadi Matar
Attack prompts questions over security at New York event
‘There's no other explanation for its origin. It started at the market’ Virologist Angela Rasmussen on Covid-19
Virologist Angela Rasmussen on Covid-19
Mind Mangler review Magic Goes Wrong spin-off is all fun and mind games
Magic Goes Wrong spin-off is all fun and mind games
‘They’d come to kill me’ The tax reformer hunted by the Taliban and abandoned by the UK
The tax reformer hunted by the Taliban and abandoned by the UK
‘These cows saved my life’ The Queensland farm offering healing cattle cuddles
The Queensland farm offering healing cattle cuddles
‘Why did this young man have such a hold on me?’ How dating someone half my age rebooted my sex life
How dating someone half my age rebooted my sex life
Baywatch meets Shameless A day with the lifeguards on one British beach
A day with the lifeguards on one British beach
Europe Rivers run dry as scientists warn drought could be worst in 500 years
Rivers run dry as scientists warn drought could be worst in 500 years
‘Upping the odds’ Megafloods could add to California disaster woes, study says
Megafloods could add to California disaster woes, study says
Drought Millions more in England facing hosepipe ban
Millions more in England facing hosepipe ban
Soil healing and olive growing How UK farms are coping with looming drought
How UK farms are coping with looming drought
Brentford 4-0 Manchester United Bees turn up heat on dismal United
Reaction Ten Hag says players put tactical plan ‘in the bin’
Man City 4-0 Bournemouth De Bruyne and Foden shine
Aston Villa 2-1 Everton Ings and Buendía give Gerrard's side spoils
Reaction Ten Hag says players put tactical plan ‘in the bin’
Man City 4-0 Bournemouth De Bruyne and Foden shine
Aston Villa 2-1 Everton Ings and Buendía give Gerrard's side spoils
Bees turn up heat on dismal United
Arsenal 4-2 Leicester Jesus double helps outgun Foxes in thriller
Southampton 2-2 Leeds Walker-Peters snatches point for Saints
Jesus double helps outgun Foxes in thriller
South Africa 23-35 New Zealand All Blacks ease pressure on Foster with victory
Argentina 48-17 Australia Wallabies suffer record defeat
All Blacks ease pressure on Foster with victory
Tennis Raducanu a perfect fit for cameo on the Williams farewell tour
Tennis Evans rolls into Montreal semis with comeback win
Raducanu a perfect fit for cameo on the Williams farewell tour
European roundup Lewandowski and Barça frustrated by Rayo
Lewandowski and Barça frustrated by Rayo
Has Nottingham Forest’s sudden ascent led to too many changes?
Has Nottingham Forest’s sudden ascent led to too many changes?
Dean Elgar England’s style can go two ways. It can go south quickly
England’s style can go two ways. It can go south quickly
‘The starting point was zero’ Chelsea’s Hayes marks 10 years of glory and growth
Chelsea’s Hayes marks 10 years of glory and growth
Suzanne Nossel Salman Rushdie’s entire life has been an act of defiance
Salman Rushdie’s entire life has been an act of defiance
Salman Rushdie has again instructed us in a profound lesson: great literature will always be a matter of life and death
Salman Rushdie has again instructed us in a profound lesson: great literature will always be a matter of life and death
We internalised the fatwa against Salman Rushdie. This horrific attack is what follows
We internalised the fatwa against Salman Rushdie. This horrific attack is what follows
Cartoon Chris Riddell on Truss and Sunak's response to the energy crisis
Chris Riddell on Truss and Sunak's response to the energy crisis
Gen Z isn’t mourning the past – we’re trying to redeem it
Gen Z isn’t mourning the past – we’re trying to redeem it
The Mar-a-Lago search prompts a big question: who snitched?
The Mar-a-Lago search prompts a big question: who snitched?
Do utility firms think it’s a sign of respect to go slow after a relative’s death?
Do utility firms think it’s a sign of respect to go slow after a relative’s death?
Six interest rate rises in a row? Blame greedy City bankers
Six interest rate rises in a row? Blame greedy City bankers
The Guardian view The Tories and Northern Ireland: reset not run-in
The Tories and Northern Ireland: reset not run-in
The Guardian view The Taliban’s victory: Afghanistan’s nightmare is intensifying
The Taliban’s victory: Afghanistan’s nightmare is intensifying
Letters What next for those hosting Ukrainian refugees?
What next for those hosting Ukrainian refugees?
Letters CBeebies deserves a clap for its Bard work
CBeebies deserves a clap for its Bard work
Energy bills UK industry’s heavy energy users fear enforced winter shutdowns
UK industry’s heavy energy users fear enforced winter shutdowns
When food shortages bite What to eat and drink in the age of empty shelves
What to eat and drink in the age of empty shelves
Energy bills Boris Johnson says support package is not enough
Boris Johnson says support package is not enough
Cost of living crisis Protests to launch across the UK
Protests to launch across the UK
Domestic violence Vulnerable women at risk as English and Welsh courts reveal refuge locations
Vulnerable women at risk as English and Welsh courts reveal refuge locations
Railways Severe disruption across UK as train drivers strike over pay
Severe disruption across UK as train drivers strike over pay
Bank of England Anger over £23m handed out in 'performance awards'
Anger over £23m handed out in 'performance awards'
Zoos Brexit threatening endangered species as red tape hits breeding programmes
Brexit threatening endangered species as red tape hits breeding programmes
Drought Dorset blaze probably caused by disposable barbecue – firefighters
Dorset blaze probably caused by disposable barbecue – firefighters
Oldham Man feared dead in mill fire identified via remains
Man feared dead in mill fire identified via remains
Tory leadership race Dominic Raab denies Rishi Sunak betrayed Boris Johnson
Dominic Raab denies Rishi Sunak betrayed Boris Johnson
Ramsgate Man charged over car collision that left two dead
Man charged over car collision that left two dead
Exclusive Firefighter numbers in England down 20% since 2010, analysis shows
Firefighter numbers in England down 20% since 2010, analysis shows
Cancer Bowel cancer checks at record high after Deborah James death, says NHS
Bowel cancer checks at record high after Deborah James death, says NHS
Japan Tropical storm Meari unleashes heavy rains
Tropical storm Meari unleashes heavy rains
Iran Mixed response to Rushdie attack from political and media figures
India and Pakistan Salman Rushdie attack prompts muted reaction
Mixed response to Rushdie attack from political and media figures
Afghanistan Female protesters beaten by Taliban fighters during rare Kabul rally
Female protesters beaten by Taliban fighters during rare Kabul rally
Spain One dead and dozens hurt as stage collapses in high winds at festival
One dead and dozens hurt as stage collapses in high winds at festival
Kenya presidential election Raila Odinga slightly ahead in early results
Raila Odinga slightly ahead in early results
‘Truth, courage, resilience’ Biden hails Salman Rushdie after attack
Biden hails Salman Rushdie after attack
US Emmett Till accuser received protection from police, she says in memoir
Emmett Till accuser received protection from police, she says in memoir
Britney Spears Singer's ex-husband convicted of crashing her wedding
Singer's ex-husband convicted of crashing her wedding
France Production of salers cheese halted due to drought
Production of salers cheese halted due to drought
Trump raid Potential violations of Espionage Act under investigation, warrant reveals
Potential violations of Espionage Act under investigation, warrant reveals
Anne Heche A look back at the actor’s most memorable roles
UK heatwave Wildfires break out across England
'My mother was beheaded in front of me' A survivor recalls India's violent partition
Amazon rainforest How Brazil's Amazon started heating the planet
Ukraine I fled with my son. Now we're going back home
Serena Williams A look back at the tennis great's career
Putin's Russia Dictator syndrome and the rise of a 'mafia state'
Made in North Edinburgh Bringing a festival back to life
'What is stopping us becoming Ukraine 2.0?' The Estonian women preparing for war
Made in London The TikTok star taking on poor social housing
Namwali Serpell ‘I find uncertainty compelling in literature’
‘I find uncertainty compelling in literature’
Strictly Come Dancing Helen Skelton revealed as final contestant
Helen Skelton revealed as final contestant
The week in audio Larkin Revisited; In Suburbia; Inheritors of Partition; Out of Afghanistan
Larkin Revisited; In Suburbia; Inheritors of Partition; Out of Afghanistan
On my radar Vicky Featherstone’s cultural highlights
Vicky Featherstone’s cultural highlights
Bistro chic Vintage menu designs, in pictures
Vintage menu designs, in pictures
Tatiana Maslany ‘Strong female lead? It’s a box no one fits in’
‘Strong female lead? It’s a box no one fits in’
What’s on Netflix & Amazon this month
This month's best paperbacks
We love … Fashion fixes for the week ahead
Dive in 15 of the best swim shorts for men
Fashion fixes for the week ahead
The moment I knew ‘It wasn’t until she held my hand that the Tetris pieces slotted together’
‘It wasn’t until she held my hand that the Tetris pieces slotted together’
'Gullible old Martin' Altruism is selflessness. So why did helping a stranger leave me feeling so foolish?
Altruism is selflessness. So why did helping a stranger leave me feeling so foolish?
Tinder for booklovers The new app matching like-minded readers
The new app matching like-minded readers
Gurinder Chadha 'I’ve carved out a whole career by celebrating difference’


Sky News
14/08/2022 10:54:35
Sky News - back to home
Salman Rushdie 'off ventilator and able to talk' after stabbing
World reacts as controversial author stabbed
Video: Rushdie in 2017 - Threats 'pretty much' over
'It looked like it was the worst day of his life': Who is Salman Rushdie attack suspect?
Amber heat warnings in place; thunderstorms to hit north; body found in Doncaster lake | Weather latest
Which areas in England are worst affected by the housing crisis? And what's pushing up prices?
Suspected meteor caught on camera streaking across the sky over Utah
More than 20,000 have crossed English Channel to UK in small boats this year
Alec Baldwin did pull trigger of gun that killed cinematographer on Rust film set, says FBI
Mystery surrounds mass fish die-off in European river
Labour to call for energy price cap freeze amid cost of living crisis
Russian troops told to stop shelling Ukrainian nuclear plant to avoid 'irreparable consequences'
'Amazing miracle': North Korean leader declares country COVID-free - but reports emerge he has had 'a fever'
Tens of thousands stuck in 'China's Hawaii' after lockdown imposed
Number of people with COVID falls for second week in a row
COVID and social media pressures 'driving surge in mental health problems'
Three types of long COVID identified with different symptoms
Serious self-harm in young people jumped during strict COVID-19 lockdowns - study
Millions could suffer from long-term smell or taste problems after COVID infection, study says
Poorer people more likely to get long COVID, study suggests
Govt 'does not know' if COVID travel traffic light system worked despite nearly £500m price tag
After more than two years, this scenic island has a COVID outbreak
Science & Tech
New long COVID symptoms revealed in study
Science & Tech
Scientists uncover why the COVID spike protein causes heart damage
COVID cases in UK rise again to nearly 3.8 million
'He showed me his plate': Biden 'fully' ate breakfast and lunch despite COVID
COVID: Is the virus getting smarter?
Smoke billows by road as fire rages in Kent
Witnesses rush to help author after attack
Field fire hits homes in Mansfield
Firefighters battle forest blaze in Surrey
Rushdie in 2017: Threats 'pretty much' over
How can we protect ourselves from water crisis?
Author Salman Rushdie attacked
Studland fire 'caused by barbecue'
Strong wind at festival kills at least one
Firefighters witness dust devil in UK
Field fire hits homes in Mansfield
How can we protect ourselves from water crisis?
Firefighters battle forest blaze in Surrey
Studland fire 'caused by barbecue'
'It's wrecked': Man loses home in blaze
Firefighters witness dust devil in UK
'Fire tornado' rips through fields in France
How do we stop water shortages?
Fire breaks out at beach in Studland
Water recedes 200 metres in Spain's Malaga
Explosions near beach in Russian-occupied Crimea
Risk of 'catastrophe' at Ukraine nuclear plant
Ukrainian forces blow up Russian tank
Attacks on nuclear plant 'suicidal'
Jessica Chastain meets Zelenskyy
Ukraine boosts its 'drone army'
First grain ship leaves port of Odesa
Ukraine: Zelenskyy sees grain loaded
Putin attends naval parade
Snapshot of destruction in Kyiv
What is drought and what can be done?
Why is France having its worst drought ever?
Who's in charge right now?
What is at stake in Kenya's election?
What is coercive control?
How does the Iron Dome work?
What's happening now with China and Taiwan?
What's the latest situation in Taiwan?
Could Taiwan defend itself against China?
Could China go to war with Taiwan?
PM: 'Everybody will get bills help in October'
Watch chancellor's interview in full
Truss and Sunak supporters on handouts
Labour 'leading' on cost of living crisis
Zahawi says GDP drop shows 'challenging times'
'We shouldn't hand out money across the board'
Govt 'hauled in' energy bosses
'I'm not the only one Iran is trying to assassinate'
Taiwan 'needs support of UK'
'I think Trump will run again' - former adviser
Salman Rushdie: A horrific attack on one of the greatest symbols of the fight for free speech
There is a clear need for action on the cost of living crisis
The Taliban had promised 'amnesty for all' - but they are responsible for most violence against civilians
Why is Salman Rushdie so controversial?
'Pure carnage': How the ending of British rule uprooted millions and hit generations that followed
What are the risks of a nuclear accident in Ukraine?
Call for Babs' army of volunteers to test dementia therapies in memory of Dame Barbara Windsor
Sunday's national newspaper front pages
The Taliban had promised 'amnesty for all' - but they are responsible for most violence against civilians
Risk of wildfires across UK's parched landscapes 'remains significant', forecasters warn
Gunman opens fire at bus stop in Jerusalem, wounding eight
Truss: 'I'll be your minister for the Union'. Sunak: 'I'll make Britain energy secure'
Body found in search for man who got into trouble in lake
Tory members still prefer Johnson to Truss and Sunak by a long way - poll
'Pure carnage': How the ending of British rule uprooted millions and hit generations that followed
JK Rowling gets death threat after support for Salman Rushdie
Amber heat warnings in place; thunderstorms to hit north; body found in Doncaster lake | Weather latest
Reservoirs were at a 25-year low last month - here are the worst affected
Science & Tech
Anxious time for farmers forced to use winter stores in drought

London Evening Standard
14/08/2022 10:54:13
Eight injured after gunman fires at bus near Western Wall in Jerusalem
Salman Rushdie off ventilator and talking, agent says
One dead and dozens injured after stage collapses at Spanish festival
Labour calls for COBRA meeting as temperatures surge
Travellers face severe disruption as train driver strike begins
Salman Rushdie ‘may lose an eye’ after being stabbed, agent says
Salman Rushdie ‘may lose an eye’ after being stabbed, agent says New York state police said the attacker stabbed the author in the neck and stomach
Labour calls for COBRA meeting as temperatures surge Eight regions in the UK have been placed in drought conditions
Travellers face severe disruption as train driver strike begins Further strike action will take place on August 18, 19 and 20
First Cabinet minister switches sides to back Truss in race for No10 Welsh Secretary Sir Robert Buckland said the Foreign Secretarys plans offered the best shot for the economy
Covid fine overturned for office worker who was sat at desk Gregory Vooght was accused by the Metropolitan Police of flouting the pandemic restrictions, but told a court he was sitting at his desk working when officers arrived.
Donald Trump investigated for possible violation of Espionage Act The FBI search warrant reveals the former president was holding highly classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago estate
Economy contracts 0.1 % in second quarter amid cost of living crisis By
Drought expected to be declared amid heatwave By Friday afternoon, temperatures are to soar as high as 35C in London
Husband of Deborah James says pair found ‘joy’ in final weeks It comes as record numbers of people have come forward for bowel cancer checks following a campaign by DameDeborah
70 firefighters tackle large grass fire in Enfield By
Man issues plea after knife-wielding thieves steal watch in Hampstead By
Joan of Arc to be made non-binary in new Globe production By
Salman Rushdie off ventilator and talking, agent says By
Patel expresses ‘tremendous pride’ in Afghanistan evacuation effort By
Eight injured after gunman fires at bus near Western Wall in Jerusalem By
What the papers say – August 14 By
Labour to call for energy price cap freeze this autumn By
Disabled student launches campaign to make blue badges more inclusive Sam Vestey, 20, who has a chromosomal condition, said he is often challenged by people over how disabled he is.
Thunderstorms to hit north of UK while south continues to sizzle It comes after a body was recovered from a lake in Doncaster on Saturday evening.
Period products law to come into force in Scotland Councils and education providers will be legally required to make free sanitary products available.
Sunak: Rushdie attack a ‘wake-up call’ to the West over Iran threat The Tory leadership contender said there may be a case for proscribing Irans Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
Johnson announces dementia mission in memory of Dame Barbara Windsor The Carry on and EastEnders star campaigned to raise awareness after being diagnosed with the disease.
Sunak vows to make Britain ‘energy secure’ as he battles to become PM By
Truss accuses SNP of ‘political games’ over independence poll By

El Pais (Madrid)
14/08/2022 10:54:16
Consulte la portada de EL PAÍS, Edición Nacional, del 14 de agosto
La Fiscalía acusa de intento de asesinato al detenido por apuñalar a Salman Rushdie
María Antonia Sánchez-Vallejo |
La isla imposible del escritor 
‘Lo que no perdonan a Salman’, por Sergio del Molino
La decisión de vivir sin miedo
Un muerto y 40 heridos en un festival de música en Valencia al caer varias estructuras por el viento 
FOTOGALERÍALa tragedia en el Medusa Festival de Cullera
Los asistentes relatan lo sucedido: “Vi el caos. Era como entrar en una película”
Así se produce un reventón cálido como el de Cullera: tormentas, calor y fuerte viento
El Gobierno apuesta por acelerar el gasoducto que pide Alemania
L. D. F. / M. V. G. / M. R. |
Sánchez y Scholz abordarán la conexión gasística en octubre
¿Por qué España quiere que el hidrógeno vaya por un nuevo tubo a Francia?
Hasta 570 euros para disfrutar de una ola perfecta: el auge de las piscinas de surf artificiales Guille lvarez
El absurdo de BeReal, la red social de moda de imágenes más improvisadas y crudas Alex Maroo
Cuando comanches y apaches fumaron la pipa de la paz con Carlos III
Victorio y Lucchino: “Nos han traicionado con puñaladas traperas”
El estudio científico que demostró que llevar túnica en el desierto es la forma más fresca de vestirse
La inflación se extiende en la cesta de la compra con alimentos cada vez más caros
‘Psicología de la inflación’, por Santiago Carbó
Un nuevo incendio en Zaragoza obliga a evacuar a un millar de vecinos de varias localidades Las autoridades han pedido ayuda a la UME y a las comunidades vecinas a la zona cercana al Moncayo
Europa en sequía: policías del agua en Francia y ríos secos en Alemania
Aparecen toneladas de peces muertos en el río Oder, entre Polonia y Alemania
Estos son los delitos por los que se investiga a Trump y las penas de cárcel que implican
El FBI encontró numerosos documentos de “alto secreto” en el registro de la mansión de Trump
David Popovici bate el récord de 100 libre de natación y destroza el estigma de los bañadores prohibidos
BARCELONA, 0; RAYO, 0
Un chasco en el Camp Nou: el Barcelona pincha ante el Rayo en el estreno de Lewandowski
Xavi: “Las expectativas nos han pesado un poco”
La Policía investiga como violencia machista el asesinato de un hombre a su pareja en Sevilla La mujer tena 44 aos y el presunto agresor se suicid tras el crimen
Las 10 vidas atrapadas en el pozo mexicano de Coahuila
Alejandro Santos Cid |
Taiwán, ni reunificación ni independencia
Vídeo | ¿Cómo viven los españoles en un país amenazado por China?
Vídeo | Las cinco recomendaciones de Paco Nadal sobre la China menos turística
¿Percibimos los colores de forma diferente según la lengua que hablamos? Pedro Ral Montoro Martnez
Las presiones de Amanda Seyfried para desnudarse o por qué es importante el coordinador de intimidad
Los mejores bares y restaurantes de aeropuerto para sobrellevar las esperas
La insumisión de Trump El crecimiento de plantillas para afrontar la covid fue muy limitado en la enseanza privada frente a la pblica
Permitan que el amor rompa el alma de mi hija
Cuando el destino nos alcance
Desafíos históricos y recetas falsas. Europa en una encrucijada Mateusz Morawiecki
Tu paraíso secreto me da ansiedad
La construcción parada, sin fruta en Mercamadrid y Barcelona sin taxis: cómo sería un día sin inmigrantes
Antonio Jiménez Barca /
Más de la mitad de los aspirantes en Madrid para la FP se quedan sin plaza
Así han cambiado los debates televisivos
Santiago Auserón, el músico que mejor baila con las ideas en español
Consejos para evitar que un incendio devore mi casa
Juanjo Bueno del Amo |
Ancelotti: “Sé perfectamente que un día esto se puede acabar”
Jornada 1 de la Liga | Horarios, resultados de los partidos y resumen
El Manchester United cae humillado ante el Brentford
El piloto Gino Rea despierta del coma El motociclista britnico sufri un grave accidente en la cabeza en las 8 Horas de Suzuka
Los ‘zoomers’ llegan a La Vuelta a España
Alpinismo por ego o por disfrute, dos modelos antagónicos cada vez más peleados
El narco se ensaña contra la población en México
Vídeo | 3D e inteligencia artificial frente a los ataques rusos para salvar el patrimonio de Ucrania
EN DIRECTO Ucrania asegura que la guerra solo terminará con el “fin de la ocupación de Crimea”
Biden logra la aprobación definitiva de su ley económica estrella
Petro apuesta por una línea conciliadora con su cúpula militar Daniela Daz
El modelo talibán de Kandahar, una sociedad regida por la ‘sharia’ y sin mujeres en las calles
Luis de Vega (Enviado Especial) |
Por fin, una buena noticia sobre la inflación
Pasatiempos en EL PAÍS
Crucigrama para expertos
Sudoku para expertos
Los mitos de Marvel entran en la tercera edad
La ascensión de Ocaña de artista a fetiche andaluz
Kelly Reichardt, la reverenciada cineasta independiente que necesita otro trabajo para llegar a fin de mes
Héctor Llanos Martínez |
La playa, un estudio antropológico Massimo Vitali
Natalie Haynes, ensayista: “En el mundo griego una mujer siempre estaba en peligro”
El gris futuro de Jeanette Winterson, la sátira pandémica de Rafael Reig y otros libros de la semana Los crticos de Babelia resean esta semana adems los volmenes de Margarita Leoz y John L. Kessell
Max Richter, Vivaldi y la orquesta negra
El cerebro, nuestro unicornio
Gonzalo Suárez: “Las series son el triunfo de la literatura, no del cine”
Javier Rodríguez Marcos Ocio y estilo de vida
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14/08/2022 10:54:29
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BBC UK
14/08/2022 10:54:23
Salman Rushdie off ventilator and able to talk The Satanic Verses author was repeatedly stabbed while on stage at a US literary event on Friday.
Writer who emerged from hiding
VideoScene after Rushdie was attacked
Authors condemn 'ghastly' attack
Starmer to call for energy price cap freeze The Labour leader will set out his plan on Monday - with no detail yet on how the freeze would be funded.
Gunman injures eight in Jerusalem shooting Israeli police are treating the incident near the Western Wall as a suspected terror attack.
Plaid Cymru leader tells MP who assaulted wife to quit Adam Price says Jonathan Edwards' actions send "the wrong message to domestic abuse survivors".
Students told most will get first-choice uni place Teenagers are getting a reassuring message by the regulator before this week's A-level results.
Comic Sadowitz has Edinburgh Fringe show cancelled The Pleasance venue said the Scottish comedian's material did 'not align' with their values.
Mystery surrounds dead fish in Polish-German river A toxic spill is suspected but testing is yet to reveal the cause of the incident on the Oder river.
Ukraine condemns Russian 'nuclear blackmail' President Zelensky says soldiers who shoot at the Zaporizhzhia plant will become "a special target".
Walkers pick up 80 dog poos in 90 minutes in town Business owners Lucy Mills and Elen Kelly pick up about one poo a minute on their "poo patrol".
'India's Warren Buffett', worth $5.8bn, dies aged 62 Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, also known as "the big bull" of Indian markets, has died at the age of 62.
French climate activists fill golf holes with cement French environmentalists sabotage golf greens to protest against their exemption from water bans.
The horror film caterpillars munching my shrubs The insects grow into death's-head hawkmoths, known for their distinctive skull pattern.
Salman Rushdie off ventilator and able to talk The Satanic Verses author was repeatedly stabbed while on stage at a US literary event on Friday.
Writer who emerged from hiding
VideoScene after Rushdie was attacked
Authors condemn 'ghastly' attack
Starmer to call for energy price cap freeze The Labour leader will set out his plan on Monday - with no detail yet on how the freeze would be funded.
Gunman injures eight in Jerusalem shooting Israeli police are treating the incident near the Western Wall as a suspected terror attack.
Plaid Cymru leader tells MP who assaulted wife to quit Adam Price says Jonathan Edwards' actions send "the wrong message to domestic abuse survivors".
Students told most will get first-choice uni place Teenagers are getting a reassuring message by the regulator before this week's A-level results.
Comic Sadowitz has Edinburgh Fringe show cancelled The Pleasance venue said the Scottish comedian's material did 'not align' with their values.
Mystery surrounds dead fish in Polish-German river A toxic spill is suspected but testing is yet to reveal the cause of the incident on the Oder river.
Ukraine condemns Russian 'nuclear blackmail' President Zelensky says soldiers who shoot at the Zaporizhzhia plant will become "a special target".
Walkers pick up 80 dog poos in 90 minutes in town Business owners Lucy Mills and Elen Kelly pick up about one poo a minute on their "poo patrol".
'India's Warren Buffett', worth $5.8bn, dies aged 62 Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, also known as "the big bull" of Indian markets, has died at the age of 62.
French climate activists fill golf holes with cement French environmentalists sabotage golf greens to protest against their exemption from water bans.
The horror film caterpillars munching my shrubs The insects grow into death's-head hawkmoths, known for their distinctive skull pattern.
Salman Rushdie off ventilator and able to talk The Satanic Verses author was repeatedly stabbed while on stage at a US literary event on Friday.
Writer who emerged from hiding
VideoScene after Rushdie was attacked
Authors condemn 'ghastly' attack
Starmer to call for energy price cap freeze The Labour leader will set out his plan on Monday - with no detail yet on how the freeze would be funded.
Gunman injures eight in Jerusalem shooting Israeli police are treating the incident near the Western Wall as a suspected terror attack.
Plaid Cymru leader tells MP who assaulted wife to quit Adam Price says Jonathan Edwards' actions send "the wrong message to domestic abuse survivors".
Students told most will get first-choice uni place Teenagers are getting a reassuring message by the regulator before this week's A-level results.
Comic Sadowitz has Edinburgh Fringe show cancelled The Pleasance venue said the Scottish comedian's material did 'not align' with their values.
Mystery surrounds dead fish in Polish-German river A toxic spill is suspected but testing is yet to reveal the cause of the incident on the Oder river.
Ukraine condemns Russian 'nuclear blackmail' President Zelensky says soldiers who shoot at the Zaporizhzhia plant will become "a special target".
Walkers pick up 80 dog poos in 90 minutes in town Business owners Lucy Mills and Elen Kelly pick up about one poo a minute on their "poo patrol".
'India's Warren Buffett', worth $5.8bn, dies aged 62 Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, also known as "the big bull" of Indian markets, has died at the age of 62.
French climate activists fill golf holes with cement French environmentalists sabotage golf greens to protest against their exemption from water bans.
The horror film caterpillars munching my shrubs The insects grow into death's-head hawkmoths, known for their distinctive skull pattern.
Salman Rushdie off ventilator and able to talk The Satanic Verses author was repeatedly stabbed while on stage at a US literary event on Friday.
Writer who emerged from hiding
VideoScene after Rushdie was attacked
Starmer to call for energy price cap freeze The Labour leader will set out his plan on Monday - with no detail yet on how the freeze would be funded.
Gunman injures eight in Jerusalem shooting Israeli police are treating the incident near the Western Wall as a suspected terror attack.
Plaid Cymru leader tells MP who assaulted wife to quit Adam Price says Jonathan Edwards' actions send "the wrong message to domestic abuse survivors".
Students told most will get first-choice uni place Teenagers are getting a reassuring message by the regulator before this week's A-level results.
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Mystery surrounds dead fish in Polish-German river A toxic spill is suspected but testing is yet to reveal the cause of the incident on the Oder river.
Ukraine condemns Russian 'nuclear blackmail' President Zelensky says soldiers who shoot at the Zaporizhzhia plant will become "a special target".
Walkers pick up 80 dog poos in 90 minutes in town Business owners Lucy Mills and Elen Kelly pick up about one poo a minute on their "poo patrol".
'India's Warren Buffett', worth $5.8bn, dies aged 62 Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, also known as "the big bull" of Indian markets, has died at the age of 62.
French climate activists fill golf holes with cement French environmentalists sabotage golf greens to protest against their exemption from water bans.
The horror film caterpillars munching my shrubs The insects grow into death's-head hawkmoths, known for their distinctive skull pattern.
Salman Rushdie off ventilator and able to talk The Satanic Verses author was repeatedly stabbed while on stage at a US literary event on Friday.
Writer who emerged from hiding
VideoScene after Rushdie was attacked
Authors condemn 'ghastly' attack
Starmer to call for energy price cap freeze The Labour leader will set out his plan on Monday - with no detail yet on how the freeze would be funded.
Gunman injures eight in Jerusalem shooting Israeli police are treating the incident near the Western Wall as a suspected terror attack.
Plaid Cymru leader tells MP who assaulted wife to quit Adam Price says Jonathan Edwards' actions send "the wrong message to domestic abuse survivors".
Students told most will get first-choice uni place Teenagers are getting a reassuring message by the regulator before this week's A-level results.
More new mums over 40 than under 20 for first time The age of motherhood in Wales is rising as older mothers overtake young ones for the first time.
Comic Sadowitz has Edinburgh Fringe show cancelled The Pleasance venue said the Scottish comedian's material did 'not align' with their values.
Mystery surrounds dead fish in Polish-German river A toxic spill is suspected but testing is yet to reveal the cause of the incident on the Oder river.
Walkers pick up 80 dog poos in 90 minutes in town Business owners Lucy Mills and Elen Kelly pick up about one poo a minute on their "poo patrol".
Ukraine condemns Russian 'nuclear blackmail' President Zelensky says soldiers who shoot at the Zaporizhzhia plant will become "a special target".
'India's Warren Buffett', worth $5.8bn, dies aged 62 Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, also known as "the big bull" of Indian markets, has died at the age of 62.
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14/08/2022 10:54:27
LatestSalman Rushdie off ventilator and able to speak following stabbing The suspect, Hadi Matar (pictured), appeared in court on Saturday
CommentThe attack on Salman Rushdie highlights a growing cancer
Sanction Iran over Rushdie stabbing, says Sunak
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Liz Truss could ‘strip high earners of £400 energy bill help’ In an interview with The Telegraph, Simon Clarke also says she should hold firm on plans to support households facing crippling bills
New reservoirs must be forced through despite local opposition, Government told
Liz Truss: Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland should stop playing political games sport
Rampant Brentford maul hopeless Manchester United in humiliating rout The team's long decline of the last nine years with its false dawns and sackings has come to a point that is hard to ignore
CommentI have watched Manchester United for 50 years – and that was the worst display I've ever seen
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Britain should prepare for a nuclear war I dont buy the popular scepticism that Vladimir Putin wouldnt resort to using such weapons
In basketcase Britain, thieves run riot while woke police forces do nothing
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The Mirror
14/08/2022 10:54:38
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New York Times
14/08/2022 10:54:31
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14/08/2022 10:54:15
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Ancient watermelons tasted bitter and could kill you, research reveals
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Sarah Everard: Met Police told to drop action against protesters
Ukraine says it has taken out bridge impacting Russian supply lines
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14/08/2022 10:54:31
If we've all been jabbed and millions have had the virus at least once - why are so many of us being poleaxed by a bout of Covid?
Sadness of Britain's foremost Catholic duke as he gives up eight-year battle to save his marriage of more than three decades 
Just got DITCHED! Bride-to-be flees her fiancé at Heathrow Airport taking his luggage and £5,000 cash just moments before they were due to board flight to Rome wedding 
Dog savages two boys and a woman in horror attack as owner, in his 20s, is arrested for 'also assaulting her and a third boy' - with police seizing four dogs from home
Bending the rules like Beckham? Posh and David look on as under-age Harper drives powerful jetski off Florida coast 
Controversial comedian Jerry Sadowitz's Edinburgh Fringe show is CANCELLED by venue bosses after he 'got his penis out on stage and made indefensible jokes' 
If we've all been jabbed and millions have had the virus at least once - why are so many of us being poleaxed by a bout of Covid?
Sadness of Britain's foremost Catholic duke as he gives up eight-year battle to save his marriage of more than three decades 
Just got DITCHED! Bride-to-be flees her fiancé at Heathrow Airport taking his luggage and £5,000 cash just moments before they were due to board flight to Rome wedding 
Dog savages two boys and a woman in horror attack as owner, in his 20s, is arrested for 'also assaulting her and a third boy' and police seize four dogs from home
Bending the rules like Beckham? Posh and David look on as under-age Harper drives powerful jetski off Florida coast 
Clarifications and corrections
Quadriplegic bed-bound man, 62, is issued an eviction notice by his landlord after 25 years living in his modified Hove home with his full-time carer partner amid bitter three-year legal battle 
Working from home DOES damage your mental health: Leading experts warn WFH will lead Britons to develop conditions such as anxiety, depression and eating disorders in the aftermath of the pandemic
Fuel bills rebellion group Don't Pay UK is organised by middle-class Corbynista rabble determined to 'break the system'
After my husband died Virgin Media set debt collectors on me... surely it's time EVERY firm taught staff about grief?
SARAH VINE: How insane to traduce a kick-ass WOMAN like Joan of Arc 
Radio 2 is so risk-averse and boring now - and I'm to blame over Sachsgate scandal, says Jonathan Ross 
Join Babs' Army! Boris Johnson launches 'national mission' to tackle dementia in memory of Dame Barbara Windsor
Dog savages two boys and a woman in horror attack as owner, in his 20s, is arrested for 'also assaulting her and a third boy' and police seize four dogs from home
Just got DITCHED! Bride-to-be flees her fiancé at Heathrow Airport taking his luggage and £5,000 cash just moments before they were due to board flight to Rome wedding 
Quadriplegic bed-bound man, 62, is issued an eviction notice by his landlord after 25 years living in his modified Hove home with his full-time carer partner amid bitter three-year legal battle 
Controversial comedian Jerry Sadowitz's Edinburgh Fringe show is CANCELLED by venue bosses after he 'got his penis out on stage and made indefensible jokes' 
Water chaos in Surrey as residents are forced to queue up for bottles after 'technical issues' caused the taps to run dry at hundreds of homes a day after drought was officially declared 
And they're off! Sunbed wars begin as holidaymakers sprint to secure their favourite spots at crack of dawn in TUI Tenerife hotel 
Hero father-of-three, 35, restrains woman claiming to have explosives who stripped to her underwear and tried to storm plane cockpit shouting 'Allahu Akbar' on Jet2 flight from Cyprus to Manchester
Sadness of Britain's foremost Catholic duke as he gives up eight-year battle to save his marriage of more than three decades 
'It changed my life': How Anne Heche's career collapsed after doomed 90s relationship with Ellen DeGeneres - while her ambitious ex carried on her stratospheric rise and never looked back
Millionaire, 70, is JAILED for refusing to tear down 'Britain's best man cave' that he illegally built in 10,000ft extension including cinema, squash court, casino and bowling alley
Salman Rushdie has been removed from ventilator and is JOKING, a day after The Satanic Verses author was stabbed on-stage at Upstate NY literary festival while cops hired to guard event watched 
Disposable BARBECUE sparked massive blaze that ripped through nature reserve near Dorset nudist beach and millionaires' playground of Sandbanks and could be seen for miles 
Australian tourist who rode his moped through the ruins of Pompeii is arrested and branded a 'barbarian' by furious Italian media
Clarifications and corrections
Quadriplegic bed-bound man, 62, is issued an eviction notice by his landlord after 25 years living in his modified Hove home with his full-time carer partner amid bitter three-year legal battle 
Working from home DOES damage your mental health: Leading experts warn WFH will lead Britons to develop conditions such as anxiety, depression and eating disorders in the aftermath of the pandemic
Fuel bills rebellion group Don't Pay UK is organised by middle-class Corbynista rabble determined to 'break the system'
After my husband died Virgin Media set debt collectors on me... surely it's time EVERY firm taught staff about grief?
SARAH VINE: How insane to traduce a kick-ass WOMAN like Joan of Arc 
Radio 2 is so risk-averse and boring now - and I'm to blame over Sachsgate scandal, says Jonathan Ross
Join Babs' Army! Boris Johnson launches 'national mission' to tackle dementia in memory of Dame Barbara Windsor
Families renting TVs again - now we really ARE back in the 70s! Old tactic makes return as households struggle with highest inflation in decades
Nicola Sturgeon says women who prioritise their career over having children are seen as 'cold-hearted bi**hes'
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Rishi's a snake, Liz is a lioness! That's what voters say in research by Tory grandee - and she'd outdo him in an election too (But polls suggest next Tory leader would lose to Starmer)
Could 'Great Boris Canal' fix Britain's water woes? Tories call to review plan to transport vast quantities hundreds of miles from North to South
Undecided voters are starting to see Liz Truss as being 'authentic', writes ex-Tory deputy chairman LORD ASHCROFT
Savage bust-up between rival Tory camps in leadership race will see 'venomous' Dominic Raab sent to political Siberia
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Victoria Beckham's high end fashion company 'has debts of £53.9million' - after auditors previously warned of 'significant doubt' about firm's ability to continue running 1.3k shares
Pedaling back to the dark ages: The Taliban celebrate a year of ruling Afghanistan which saw them ban girls from schools by taking to a lake with their families in pedalos
Putin's secret agents 'refuse to work in Russian-occupied Ukraine even when offered eight times their normal salary'
Witch doctors are blamed for barbaric killing of 100 vultures in South African safari park so their body parts can be used in black magic potions


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