Moscow protest spreads wide after police block original plan

The Moscow police plan to stifle an opposition protest by clamping down on the center of the city has backfired
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Bitcoin and Dogecoin are crashing again thanks to China
China's government and central bank are tightening the crackdown on Bitcoin.
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The Undateables fans left ‘shattered’ and ‘ruined’ as stars Daniel and Lily call off wedding
‘Me and Lily, we’re friends, but I’m very good to be alone,’ the musician announced
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Love Island star in hospital dash after serious car accident leaving her in ‘a lot of pain’
A Love Island 2017 star was rushed to hospital after she was in a serious car accident.
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‘Blatantly sexist’ Marilyn Monroe statue installed in Palm Springs despite opposition
Sculpture depicting Hollywood star with her underwear exposed decried as ‘disrespectful’
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‘Is this a joke?’: Critics lose it over ‘cringeworthy’ Harry and Meghan movie trailer
The first look clip is here, and it's really something.
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Fauci says Delta variant ‘currently greatest threat in US to eliminate Covid-19’
The alert comes as US is likely to miss Biden’s goal of vaccinating 70% people by 4 July
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Biden anti-crime effort takes on law-breaking gun dealers
President Joe Biden is announcing an effort to stem a rising national tide of violent crime as administration officials brace for what could be a turbulent summer
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95-year-old message in a bottle found and returned to writer’s daughter
Note written in 1926 reads: ‘Will the person who finds this bottle return this paper to George Morrow Cheboygan, Michigan and tell where it was found?’
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Emmerdale’s Samantha Giles reveals Bernice’s wig has been axed
Hair today. Gone tomorrow.
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Below Deck’s Dani Soares told to ‘get abortion’ by vicious trolls as she shares update on Jean-Luc Cerza Lanaux relationship
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Investigation launched after prisoner dies
The prisoner died after being transferred to hospital
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ADVERTORIAL: Rio Ferdinand issues powerful statement ALL football fans need to read
Ace is calling on supporters of all clubs to spread hope not hate this summer in his role as manager of Hope United
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Sharon Stone’s blistering comments about Meryl Streep’s career prompts viral debate: ‘She isn’t wrong’
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Imogen Thomas says Nikki Grahame’s death has left a 'massive void' in her life
Former Big Brother star Imogen Thomas has revealed that she misses her late friend Nikki Grahame 'every day' and her tragic death has left a 'massive void' in her life
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Adam Brody Shares One Major Reason He 'Can't Bear' To Watch The O.C.
Many The O.C. fans treated themselves to a re-watch when the classic teen drama was made available to stream earlier this year, but it seems that former cast member Adam Brody isn’t among them.The actor swiftly became a fan-favourite thanks to his role as Seth Cohen in all four seasons of The O.C., but in a new interview, he’s shared one major reason he struggles to revisit the hit show.“Despite any confidence I had, I also can’t bear to watch any of The O.C.,” he told fellow actor Justin Long on the podcast Life Is Short.“Vince Vaughn was my acting hero. To the point where I [was] doing a terrible imitation of him... for most of my twenties.”Adam continued: “The O.C. is me doing a chipmunk Vince Vaughn. Even though I’m mid-twenties, it sounds like I’m going through puberty still... I just watch it now and I’m like, ‘Settle down.’”He added that he’s now “knocked off” trying to imitate Vince Vaughn on screen, adding: “A lot of my acting, for better and worse, in my twenties is due to him.”The O.C. debuted in 2003 and ran for four years, helping push cast members like Mischa Barton and Rachel Bilson into the spotlight.It proved hugely popular with viewers on both sides of the Atlantic, and is credited with helping boost the profile of the Orange County area in which it was set, with reality shows like Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County and The Real Housewives Of Orange County following shortly afterwards. Listen to Adam’s interview in full on Life Is Short With Justin Long.READ MORE:The O.C.'s Rachel Bilson Admits Shock After Learning About Major Plot She Didn't RememberSorry O.C. Fans, But That Reunion Isn't Happening Any Time SoonRachel Bilson And Adam Brody's Reunion Is Giving The O.C. Fans All The Feels
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We'll NEVER go back! Rejoiners' dreams torn apart in poll - UK won't return to EU
BRITAIN will never rejoin the European Union, according to an Express.co.uk poll.
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GMB fury over 'outrageously sexist' debate on whether men or women work harder
The debate on Good Morning Britain was sparked after Samantha Cameron said that her husband and former prime minister David liked to employ women 'because they work harder'
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How to become a more efficient runner and avoid injury
Are you a couch-to-5K convert? Running coach Tashi Skervin-Clarke has some simple tips to help you clock miles safely
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Six major signs to look for as GPs braced for surge in dangerous kids' viruses
The British Lung Foundation explain that Respiratory Syncytial Virus is a major cause of respiratory illness in young children, and say it can infect the lungs and the breathing
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Tyson Fury adds former world champion Joseph Parker to fight camp ahead of Deontay Wilder clash
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Holiday park apologises to angry guests after Bingo was cancelled for Euros
Haven said they won't make the same mistake again and will stick to Bingo.
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Jordan Henderson focused on last 16 after ‘very positive’ Euros group campaign
The Liverpool captain played his first 45 minutes of the tournament after being introduced at half-time against the Czech Republic.
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Woman who starved, tortured and killed her maid, 24, in Singapore is sentenced to 30 years in prison
Singaporean Gaiyathiri Murugayan subjected her maid Piang Ngiah Don, 24, to 14 months of abuse - including torture and beatings - that culminated in her death in 2016.
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Headteachers and parents 'crying out for help' as Covid absences soar again
The number of children absent from school for coronavirus-related reasons is at its highest since March as calls are mounted for more flexible approaches to stop thousands of kids having to isolate
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House prices since the Brexit vote: how the cost of the average London home has changed since Britain voted to leave the EU
The average price increase of five per cent is actually a decrease in value in real terms when inflation is taken into account.
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Changes will have to be made to Northern Ireland Protocol, Lewis tells MPs
The comments came after outgoing DUP leader Edwin Poots said he had received a personal assurance that changes would be made to the Protocol.
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Struggling to book a staycation retreat? Specialist firms from Airbnb to Vrbo could open the door
Today, there are hundreds of homestay properties in the UK (and farther afield) at varying prices, often listed on lettings websites. So here's our guide to the home rental market.
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Gary Neville hails ‘fearless’ England stars Jack Grealish and Bukayo Saka in Czech Republic win
'It's what England fans want to see.'
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Travel industry demands government action over holidays
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Ashely Cole explains why Chelsea star Mason Mount must play vs Germany or France
The Chelsea star should be eligible to play in England's next game.
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Father, 49, is facing jail for £1.5m compensation scam
Darren Dommett is accused of making 'false statements' in a claim over delays in treatment for a back problem he reported in 2013, which he alleged left him disabled for life.
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Allergy expert shares tips on how to tackle hay fever symptoms as pollen count soars
Margaret Kelman from Allergy UK speaks to reporter Zoe Tidman to answers questions on treatment options, precautions and more
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Rachel Zegler shuts down critics in deleted tweet as she’s cast as Snow White in Disney’s live-action remake
She was having none of it.
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Privatised Channel 4 ‘would result in loss of international news programmes’
The former head of news and current affairs at the channel said a private buyer would be unlikely to want to fund such reporting,
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Holly Willoughby opts for summery midi dress from her favourite high street brand
The presenter’s ensemble for ‘This Morning’ is yet another affordable pick
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Undateables star Daniel Wakeford splits from fiancée Lily and calls off wedding
Daniel Wakeford has announced he has split from his fiancée Lily Taylor and has decided to call off their wedding, three years after he won over the nation's hearts with a sweet Christmas proposal on the Channel 4 show
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Gardens and being closer to family ‘are strong motivations for home movers’
Nearly a fifth of home movers are planning to relocate further away from their workplace, according to Churchill Home Insurance.
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Britney Spears will directly address Los Angeles court on conservatorship today
The pop singer is expected to appear in court, via a video link, later today to speak directly to the court and the judge to request her father is removed from her conservatorship
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Health workers stage protest to press the PM on pay decision
NHS staff are angry at the Government for recommending a 1% wage increase.
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Millions of Californians face losing insurance on homes in wildlife-prone areas
Forest fires are predicted to be harsher and longer than last year
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Rembrandt's huge 'Night Watch' gets bigger thanks to AI
One of Rembrandt van Rijn’s biggest paintings just got a bit bigger
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Alec and Hilaria Baldwin suit up with their six children at premiere of The Boss Baby 2
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Latest coronavirus rules - and capacity limits - for theatres
Theatres are currently allowed to open, but there are capacity limits in place that mean they cannot welcome a full audience yet
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Ozone layer STILL under threat despite a ban on dangerous chemicals
Chemicals banned a decade ago are interacting with colder than usual polar vortexes above the Arctic and further depleting the ozone layer, University of Maryland researchers have said.
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Strong England seek cover for Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer in Sri Lanka T20s
England’s white-ball summer begins in Cardiff with the first of three T20s in four days against Sri Lanka. As so often in recent years, English cricket is looking to Eoin Morgan’s men to lift collective spirits after a Test disappointment.
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Dubai: Why the glittering emirate is on route to going green
Sarah Marshall finds out how a city built on consumerism is becoming a champion of sustainability.
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Five years on from the Brexit referendum, the result is clear: both unions are losing
The UK has been weakened, but so too has the EU. Relations between them need not be this badFive years after the fateful referendum on 23 June 2016, what is the current balance sheet of Brexit? Answer: two weakened unions, the British and the European, and bad-tempered relations between them. Lose. Lose. Lose.The weakening of the British union is obvious. There will be another referendum on Scottish independence within the next few years. Scottish nationalists may win it with the argument that Scotland should leave the British union to rejoin the European one. A vote in Northern Ireland on Irish unification seems more likely than at any point since it was first provided for in the Belfast agreement in 1998. Boris Johnson’s government is full of rhetoric about keeping the union together but has no strategy for doing so. Continue reading...
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The Filmmaker’s House review – a microcosm of British society pops round for tea
London-based documentarian Marc Isaacs films the interactions of his builder, cleaner and neighbours in a playful work that is just a little too at home with manipulation“I’m not bloody interested in serial killers, Rachel; I’m interested in ordinary human beings,” sighs veteran documentary-maker Marc Isaacs on a Skype call to his producer, who tells him programmers are only interested in sensationalist themes nowadays. Isaacs sticks to his guns. As the title implies, this inventive but flawed effort barely leaves his London terrace home. What’s less obvious, at least initially, is whether it is documentary or fiction. The eventual answer is a bit of both. Having chronicled so many aspects of Britishness in his documentary career, Isaacs contrives a sort of microcosmic state of our multicultural nation here: a gentle clash of cultural attitudes and boundaries. Related: Documentary-maker Marc Isaacs: ‘I like to provoke, but not to be seen’ Continue reading...
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