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The Daily Telegraph, known online as The Telegraph, is a national British daily broadsheet newspaper published in London by Telegraph Media Group and distributed across the United Kingdom and internationally. It was founded by Arthur B. Sleigh in 1855 as Daily Telegraph & Courier. The Telegraph has been described as a newspaper of record and has generally had an international reputation for quality, having been described by Amol Rajan as "one of the world's great titles”. Bias assessment platform Allsides classifies the paper as leaning right. It was fined £30,000 in 2015 for "sending an unsolicited email to hundreds of thousands of its subscribers, urging them to vote for the Conservatives."Source
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Low-caste Indian men attacked for growing moustaches

Low-caste Indian men attacked for growing moustaches

ow-caste males in India’s western Gujarat state have been attacked for wearing moustaches, prompting the Dalit to launch a social media campaign in support of growing whiskers.The crusade was initiated in the state capital, Gandhinagar, after one young Dalit man was stabbed and others beaten up by Rajputs.Police said the assailants objected to their moustaches, which they believe are the sole preserve of their upper-caste martial clan.“One of the attackers told me that I cannot become a Rajput by just growing a moustache” Krunal Maheria, one of the teenage victims, told NDTV news...

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Delhi Police accused of using toxic chemical spray against hospitalised student protesters 

Delhi Police accused of using toxic chemical spray against hospitalised student protesters 

A doctor has confirmed the Delhi Police used a toxic chemical spray against protesters during the latest clash over .Around thirty protesters were hospitalised after exposure to a mystery substance caused them to faint, while others complained of dizziness or nausea.Dr Azeem treated victims at Alshifa Hospital in the aftermath and their symptoms were not consistent with those seen from exposure to pepper spray.“Protesters are panicking and complaining of suffocation, stomach ache and pains in their abdomen and chest,” Dr Azeem said.“One of the protesters is really finding difficulty...

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February 11, 2020
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Airlines and train companies could be nationalised to prevent them going bust, transport secretary says 

Airlines and train companies could be nationalised to prevent them going bust, transport secretary says 

Airlines, rail and bus companies could be temporarily nationalised to protect them from the economic fallout from coronavirus, the Transport Secretary has suggested,Grant Shapps on Tuesday told MPs good companies "shouldn't be going bust" because of the unfolding health crisis.Possible responses included "on occasions organisations being run by the public sector", Mr Shapps said.Airlines have been severely impacted by the coronavirus outbreak which has forced airlines to cancel tens of thousands of flights, causing airports to also be hit.The bosses of Virgin Atlantic have told Boris...

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March 17, 2020
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Google is profiting from crime and scam victims may have a claim, lawyers say

Google is profiting from crime and scam victims may have a claim, lawyers say

Victims who have lost out to scammers promoted high up in Google search results may have a legal claim against the $1trillion internet giant, lawyers have said.Google in profits it has made from con artists or rogue investment schemes paying for ads so they appear first when consumers are shopping around for “safe” and “protected” savings and bonds accounts. So far the internet firm has ignored calls to return the money or dedicate it to tightening its security to prevent further harm. This could amount to “” and would allow victims to mount a claim to get some of their money back,...

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By Harry Brennan
February 24, 2020
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Searching for Peter Green: the sad, strange saga of Fleetwood Mac's forgotten man

Searching for Peter Green: the sad, strange saga of Fleetwood Mac's forgotten man

“This has been a dream come true,” said an emotional Mick Fleetwood from the stage of the London Palladium last night as the cream of rock royalty lined up either side of him to take their bows. To the right of the drummer stood musicians including bandmate Christine McVie, former Rolling Stone Bill Wyman and ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons.To his left,  Steve Tyler shared a smile with  Kirk Hammett while The Who’s Pete Townsend, Crowded House’s Neil Finn and the Godfather of British blues John Mayall clapped to the crowd. Minutes earlier Dave Gilmour had stunned the Palladium with a rendition of...

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By James Hall
March 10, 2020
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Iran requests $5 billion emergency loan from International Monetary Fund to fight coronavirus pandemic

Iran requests $5 billion emergency loan from International Monetary Fund to fight coronavirus pandemic

Iran has asked the International Monetary Fund for financial assistance for the first time since 1962 to help it fight the coronavirus pandemic. Abdolnaser Hemmati, the head of Iran's central bank, said he had requested a $5 billion emergency loan to help fight the epidemic, which has infected at least 10,000 Iranians.  Javad Zarif, the Iranian foreign minister, said the request was made as soon as Kristalina Georgieva, the managing director of the IMF, announced a Rapid Financial Instrument support for affected countries."Our Central Bank requested access to this facility immediately....

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By Roland Oliphant
March 12, 2020
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Facebook was repeatedly warned of security flaw that led to biggest data breach in its history

Facebook was repeatedly warned of security flaw that led to biggest data breach in its history

Facebook knew about a huge security flaw that let hackers to steal personal data from millions of its users almost one year before the crime, yet failed to fix it in time, the Telegraph can reveal.Legal documents show that the company was repeatedly warned by its own employees as well as outsiders about a dangerous loophole that eventually led to the massive data breach in September 2018.Despite this, the loophole remained open for nine months after it was first raised, leading employees to later speak of their "guilt" and "hurt" at knowing that the attack "could have been prevented".The...

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February 17, 2020
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Coronavirus latest news: UK death toll rises by 778 to 12,107, as care home deaths up tenfold in a week

Coronavirus latest news: UK death toll rises by 778 to 12,107, as care home deaths up tenfold in a week

n additional 778 people, who tested positive for the coronavirus have died, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths in hospitals in the UK to 12,107, the Department of Health has said.It comes as care home deaths related to the coronavirus increased tenfold in a week, according to the latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures.In the week ending April 3 there were 217 deaths in care homes related to coronavirus, up from 20 in previous week.During the same period, 16,387 deaths were registered in England and Wales, the highest death toll since records began in 2005.The...

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Ibuprofen is safe to take during the coronavirus outbreak, regulators say

Ibuprofen is safe to take during the coronavirus outbreak, regulators say

Ibuprofen is safe for the public to take during the coronavirus pandemic, regulators say as they perform a u-turn on previously issued advice.For the past month, medical guidance has urged against taking the common painkiller when treating symptoms of covid-19 .However, the Government has now issued updated advice, which states patients suffering from symptoms such as fevers and headaches can take ibuprofen when “self-medicating”.The change followed an expert review on the safety of ibuprofen carried out by the Commission on Human Medicines, the Government's medicines advisory body.It...

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April 17, 2020
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Russian police use spy camera to film opposition activist in her bedroom

Russian police use spy camera to film opposition activist in her bedroom

ussian police officers had been secretly filming an opposition activist inside her bedroom for months before she was detained and charged under a new law on “undesirable organisations” in a move that has been described as "outrageous."Anastasia Shevchenko, 40, has been under house arrest for a year after she was slapped with charges related to her work for a civic group founded by Kremlin critic and former oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky.Investigators in the southern city of Rostov-on-Don uncovered footage earlier this month, which showed the single mother of two in her bedroom, her lawyer...

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