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HONG KONG (Reuters) -Hong Kong police arrested on Wednesday a columnist for pro-democracy tabloid Apple Daily on suspicion of conspiring to collude with a foreign country or foreign forces, in another hit to the besieged newspaper. The latest arrest came after police froze assets of companies linked to the newspaper and arrested five executives last week, moves that are likely to force the newspaper to shut down this week. Police have said dozens of Apple Daily pieces may have violated the security law, the first instance of authorities taking aim at media articles under the legislation.
Artists such as Radiohead and Biffy Clyro back a campaign asking for a financial support package.
Dowden is to unveil plans for a white paper on broadcasting that aims to make streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney+ follow the code of British regulator Ofcom, he said in the Times newspaper https://bit.ly/3zNVafm. "Every "linear" broadcaster - BBC, Sky and so on - has to comply with stringent content and audience protection standards," Dowden said in an article published on Wednesday.
New footage showed the first day aboard the Tianhe module, where they will be for three months.
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ABCFew people were more excited about Tuesday’s big report in The Daily Beast concerning Donald Trump’s attempts to shut down his late-night TV critics than Jimmy Kimmel.“So, The Daily Beast reports that, in 2019, Donald Trump wanted the government to investigate—guess who, Guillermo?—me!” Kimmel said at the top of his monologue before quoting at length from the story. As the Beast’s Asawin Suebsaeng and Adam Rawnsley reported, “According to two people familiar with the matter, Trump asked advis
Soaring stock markets and property prices help boost the wealth of the wealthy, research suggests.
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Screenshot/YouTubeA massive country music festival in Kentucky this past weekend started off on rocky footing: Police found meth, marijuana, and an open bottle of alcohol in the first vehicle they stopped at a traffic checkpoint. One of the people in the car had two active warrants out for their arrest.“We were like, ‘Well, this doesn’t bode well for the weekend,’” Edmonson County Sheriff Shane Doyle told the Lexington Herald-Leader.By the end of the five-day bash, dubbed the “Redneck Rave,” a m
A second TV news reporter lost her job this week after announcing on-air that she'd be speaking to Project Veritas
Moss's employer CBS 62 Detroit told Insider that Moss objected to the station's policies on COVID testing and mask-wearing inside the station.
Australia's mouse plague continues as a horde of mice infest a rural prison, forcing inmates and staff to evacuate
Swarms of mice have infiltrated a rural prison in the state of New South Wales, as Australia fights one of its worst mice plagues in recent history.
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A British army email mishap publicly mentioned a military intel unit so secretive its members are banned from social media
E Squadron is a secretive unit in the secretive world of British special operations, tasked with high-risk operations overseas.
THEN AND NOW: How the 'Fast and the Furious' cast has changed since the first movie was released 20 years ago
The first "Fast and the Furious" movie premiered 20 years ago. With the ninth movie out June 25, see how the cast has changed since the first film.
Pete Davidson says he doesn't know if he'd still be working if he had been on any show besides 'SNL' while struggling with his mental health
The 27-year-old stand-up comedian became a cast member on NBC's "Saturday Night Live" seven years ago.
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A federal inmate who may have been high on drugs threatened to slug a correctional officer before being pepper sprayed, and then he ran directly into a concrete wall — an impact that led to his death from a head injury, according to sources familiar with the incident at a Miami lockup.
Kim Jong Un's sister says US faces 'greater disappointment' if it wants to resume talks with North Korea
Kim Yo Jong dismissed restarting talks with the US, saying it was taking her brother's comments "the wrong way."
Warriors owner suddenly mentioned the benefits of team-friendly discounts while discussing Stephen Curry's future
Joe Lacob, unprompted, noted that Kevin Durant took less money to stay with the Warriors while discussing Steph Curry's possible free agency in 2022.
The insurgents are lining up to seize key cities once foreign troops leave, the UN envoy warns.
Prince William and Kate Middleton reportedly refused to speak to Prince Harry after Prince Philip's funeral in case the conversation was leaked
The couple thought Meghan Markle might leak their conversation to Oprah Winfrey, the royal historian Robert Lacey said in an updated book.
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President Biden continues to hold a higher approval rating than former President Donald Trump ever recorded in office, polls show. But the public's support for the new president appears to be weakening as his agenda has stalled in Congress.
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The DOJ's top national security official seriously considered resigning amid Trump's pressure to overturn the election
John Demers told The Wall Street Journal that there was a "real chance" he was going to resign in early January.