Gang clash at Ecuador prison kills 30 inmates and injures 47

Prison officials in Ecuador say a riot in a penitentiary in the coastal city of Guayaquil has killed 30 inmates and injured 47 more
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Emmerdale fans fear for nightmares over Meena Jutla’s antics as she attacks Andrea Tate
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New variant spreading across UK as cases surge in four out of five areas
A new Delta strain is spreading as cases threaten to top 50,000 for the first time in months.
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Joe Cole backs Romelu Lukaku and Cristiano Ronaldo to be the Premier League’s top scorers this season
‘I think they will consistently score goals throughout.'
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Jamie Lee Curtis says she’s ‘a grateful student’ after daughter Ruby comes out as trans: ‘You still mess up but I’m learning’
The actress explained she is a 'grateful student'.
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‘Broken industry’ Lorry drivers are 'laughing’ at being welcomed to UK for Christmas
LORRY DRIVERS are "simply laughing" at being welcomed into the UK as measures are taken to end the lorry driver shortage, a trade union chief has said.
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Ruby Rose reveals the real reason she left Batwoman, alleges abuse
Rose alleges a ‘toxic environment’ while working on the show
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Take free Covid-19 lateral flow test before attending parties – Javid
The Health Secretary advised party-goers to take the free tests at the Downing Street press conference.
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Danny Dyer hits out at daughter Dani’s exes in explicit rant after Sammy Kimmence jailed
The EastEnders star didn't hold back...
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‘Mini tornado’ hits UK town causing damage to houses and cars
A "mini tornado" has hit a town in Cheshire causing damage to properties and cars.
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Facebook’s approach to regulation raises eyebrows once again | Nils Pratley
Dispute with UK competition watchdog offered a near-perfect illustration of corporate arroganceContain your excitement over Facebook’s possible renaming of itself for the coming age of “the metaverse”, and consider Wednesday’s other story about the social media group. Facebook’s quarrel with the UK competition watchdog offered a near-perfect illustration of corporate arrogance and entitlement in action.The case is extraordinary for the fact that the stakes were so low: Facebook’s $400m (£290m) purchase last year of Giphy, a software firm that specialises in Gifs, the essential visual aid for social media meme-peddlers, can barely have registered on Mark Zuckerberg’s radar. The purchase price equated to less than 0.5% of Facebook’s global revenues. Continue reading...
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Student, 19, felt ‘sick and violated’ after suspected spiking by injection
Sarah shared her story amid national concerns about the crime.
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Health service exceptionally busy, says NHS England’s national medical director
Health Secretary Sajid Javid told a Downing Street press conference that the Government has no current plans to implement its Plan B.
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Emmerdale spoilers: Killer Meena confesses murder plans to Andrea
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Hollyoaks spoilers: Martine Deveraux says goodbye to Felix Westwood as he leaves the village again to play dead
Felix made a huge decision for the safety of his loved ones.
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Emmerdale spoilers: 8 clues, hints and questions after Part 3 of survival week
We took a closer look at the third outing of Emmerdale's big week. But just what did we find?
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Emmerdale spoilers: Meena’s rage as her attempt to kill Victoria fails
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Emmerdale spoilers: Andrea Tate dies as Meena Jutla launches in for the kill?
Meena strikes!
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State pension to rise £5.55 a week from April next year
The increase will be the third highest in the last decade.
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Students to boycott clubs amid reports of injection spiking
University students are set to take part in a boycott of nightclubs and are calling for more security at venues amid reports of women being spiked with needles on nights out. 
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Mum still breastfeeds her two boys - aged five and six - and won't stop until they say so
"It's what they're asking for and it's biologically normal even if it's not in society."
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Brian Laundrie's belongings found in Florida park as human remains discovered
Brian Laundrie, 23, disappeared from his home in North Port, Florida on September 14 after he came home from a cross-country road trip without Gabby Petito, 22 - her remains were found a few days later in Wyoming
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Bodies of several missing people found in search for Brian Laundrie
Spotlight on Gabby Petito’s death and the disappearance of Brian Laundrie has sparked renewed focus on other mysterious deaths
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Priti Patel urges police to investigate 'horrendous' spiking of women by needles
Home Secretary under pressure to tackle violent new threat in bars and nightclubs across the country after women come forward with stories of terrifying incidents
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The Leader Podcast: Do we need a Plan B to beat a Covid Christmas?
Winter is coming...and as the nights draw in there’s a warning from our recent past - could we see Covid cases overwhelm hospital beds, and should we ride it out or batten down the hatches once more?
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Train passengers left stranded for more than three hours after overhead wires damaged
Passengers reported their days has been 'ruined' by the disruption.
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FIFA president Gianni Infantino claims future World Cups will never be the same
World football’s governing body want to push through a new-look calendar with a biennial World Cup but are already facing civil war with UEFA, who vehemently oppose the proposals
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Emmerdale fans sickened as evil Meena attempts to drown critically wounded Victoria
Emmerdale continued its ITV Super Soap Week with a critically injured Victoria Sugden almost being murdered by evil killer Meena Jutla
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Javid urges Britons to take a Covid test before they go to their office Christmas parties
At a Downing Street press conference, the Health Secretary said 'it's really important that people take a lateral flow test' if they go to Christmas parties with elderly or clinically vulnerable people present.
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Gabby Petito: Everything we know about YouTuber’s murder on ‘dream’ road trip
Social media star’s death ruled a homicide after remains found in Wyoming national park while fiance Brian Laundrie, the last person to have seen her alive, remains missing
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Review: 'The French Dispatch' is a film of 4 quirky stories
Wes Anderson pays tribute to the imagined heyday of storied literary magazines like “The New Yorker” and “The Paris Review” in “The French Dispatch,” a stylized anthology film that's structured like a magazine
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Frail retired pope Benedict, 94, hopes to join his beloved professor friend 'in the afterlife'
Benedict, 94, penned a letter to a German priest on October 2, thanking him for letting him know of the passing of the Rev. Gerhard Winkler. I hope I can join [him] soon,' he wrote.
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NFL set to propose fix to race-norming in dementia testing
The NFL is set to propose changes to the $1 billion concussion settlement after an outcry over test score adjustments known as “race-norming."
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Charges unlikely for riders who saw Philadelphia train rape
A spokesperson for the suburban Philadelphia district attorney says prosecutors pursuing the case against a man accused of raping a woman on a commuter train last week don’t anticipate charging fellow passengers for not intervening
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Alex Jones confirms return to The One Show after maternity leave
She's back!
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Ireland trounced by Sri Lanka to leave T20 World Cup hopes in balance
Ireland face Namibia on Friday in winner-takes-all tieSri Lanka qualify for Super 12 stage after 70-run winIreland will face a winner-takes-all showdown against Namibia on Friday after a resounding 70-run defeat to Sri Lanka, who became the first side to qualify from the T20 World Cup first round stage.Sri Lanka were on the ropes after lurching to eight for three inside the first 10 balls in Abu Dhabi and were grateful for a decisive 123-run stand between Pathum Nissanka and Wanindu Hasaranga to subdue Ireland. Continue reading...
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FIFA president Gianni Infantino backs multiple-nation bids for major tournaments
A feasibility study into whether to launch a UK and Ireland bid for 2030 is ongoing.
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UK will need extra measures says scientist - as Sajid Javid warns they could return
Professor Andrew Hayward, who is a member of the Nervtag committee, warned the Government's 'Plan A' would not prevent the NHS from being overwhelmed amid soaring Covid cases and deaths
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Dietmar Hamann concerned by Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Declan Rice stance
'I am not sure how big the jigsaw is because it’s getting bigger and bigger.'
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Manchin considering exiting Democratic Party to be independent senator, report claims
West Virginia senator is one of two holdouts preventing passage of Biden’s reconciliation bill
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Fans react to Manchester United's starting line-up vs Atalanta as Paul Pogba benched
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has named his starting line-up for the Reds' UEFA Champions League clash with Atalanta at Old Trafford this evening.
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Brian Laundrie: Human remains found in search for missing fugitive
Remains found in search for Brian Laundrie
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T20 World Cup: Ireland face crunch match with Namibia following resounding defeat by Sri Lanka
Captain Andy Balbirnie top-scored with 41 as his side were beaten by 70 runs
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The Guardian view on Little Amal: telling the unpalatable truth | Editorial
The puppet’s journey from Turkey to the UK charmed audiences – but also discomfited them. And that’s the pointThis week, a 3.5-metre tall puppet called Little Amal landed at Folkestone. From there she is travelling to London, Coventry and finally Manchester. Since July she has taken an 8,000km journey through Turkey, Greece, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium and France, following the route that a child migrant from Syria might. Her journey provides “an opportunity for people to be sympathetic and imagine what it would be like to be her”, David Lan, one of the project’s organisers, has said.As a piece of theatre Little Amal is an extraordinary thing: incredibly simple, almost naive in conception, and yet utterly epic in execution. Hers (somehow it is impossible to say “its”) has been a tremendous, and deeply touching, journey – an intervention in the long and difficult debate about refugees that powerfully foregrounds simple human empathy rather than policy points or dry arguments. Along the way she has been greeted joyfully by crowds, sent letters by Belgian school pupils, blessed by the pope and, on Sunday, will celebrate her birthday at the V&A in London with local children and a great deal of cake. But there has been a darker side, too: she has also been pelted with stones, protested against, and denied access to a village of Greek monasteries. Little Amal, as a work of art, has been welcomed by audiences, and delighted them. She has also discomfited them, even repulsed them. In other words, as Lan has pointed out, her presence has allowed a kind of re-enactment of the attitudes displayed to real refugees. Continue reading...
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Woman stabbed husband ‘after row over bubble and squeak’
Jackson admits manslaughter but denies murder, saying her husband was coercive and controlling and also physically violent.
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Scientists find prehistoric crab trapped in amber for 100 million years
The crab has been named Cretapsara athanata which means ‘immortal spirit of the clouds and waters’
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Harry congratulated his wedding choirmaster on MBE honour
The Kingdom Choir sang a special arrangement of Stand By Me on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s big day.
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Strictly's Robert Webb looks glum as he's spotted for first time since quitting show
Peep Show actor Robert Webb looked deep in thought as he walked to the supermarket after being forced to quit Strictly Come Dancing due to ill health
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