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A man has been charged with the murder of Zara Aleena in Ilford , east London as her family release a tribute saying she was a "joy to all". Ms Aleena, 35, was found with "serious head injuries" in Cranbrook Road at around 2.45am on Sunday, and died later that morning in hospital. In a long statement released via the Met Police Ms Aleena's family said she was a "pure of heart" with "sparkling eyes" and "glorious laughter".
French tyre group Michelin said Tuesday it plans to transfer its activities in Russia to local management, the latest foreign firm to exit the country following Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
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Plea comes as the prime minister ditches Tory manifesto pledge to boost the armed forces budget.
With Novak Djokovic, Emma Raducanu and Andy Murray scheduled to play on Centre Court, Day 3 at Wimbledon looks a lot like Day 1.
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BRUSSELS (AP) — European Union countries reached a deal backing stricter climate rules that would eliminate carbon emissions from new cars by 2035 following hard-fought talks that dragged into the early hours of Wednesday. The 27 EU members found a common agreement on draft legislation aimed at slashing EU greenhouse gases by at least 55% in 2030 compared with 1990 rather than by a previously agreed 40%. “A long but good day for climate action: The Council’s decisions on Fitfor55 are a big step
GENEVA, June 29, 2022--According to the OECS release on June 12 (CET), Justin Sun led the Grenada delegation to attend the WTO's 12th Ministerial Conference (MC12). As the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Grenada to the WTO, Sun spoke during the conference on climate change, food security, SIDS (Small Island Developing States), e-commerce, and other topics.
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The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six counterparts, ticked up 0.067% to 104.54, spurred mainly by weakness in the euro overnight. Asian equities slid, following heavy Wall Street losses overnight after a steep drop in U.S. consumer confidence stoked worries about an economic slowdown at a time when the U.S. Federal Reserve is rushing to raise interest rates to bring inflation under control. The euro slipped 0.14% to $1.0506 after dipping as low as$1.05025 on Tuesday, when European Central Bank (ECB) chief Christine Lagarde offered no fresh insight on the path for European interest rates at the ECB's annual forum.
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A group says a government campaign asking businesses to cut prices is unrealistic for small firms.
The family of a 35-year-old aspiring lawyer killed after a stranger attack in Ilford, east London have paid an emotional tribute to her saying she was “everybody’s friend”. Zara Aleena was assaulted walking along Cranbrook Road, towards Gants Hill station in Ilford, east London on Sunday morning.
Rishi Sunak resists demands from Johnson for cut to corporation tax FTSE 100 closes 0.9pc higher at 7,323 Ambrose Evans-Pritchard: Europe's banks are priced for economic Armageddon Sign up here for our daily business briefing newsletter
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says the military alliance faces its “biggest challenge” since World War II amid the war in Ukraine. Stoltenberg said at the start of the NATO summit in Madrid on Wednesday that the allies are meeting “in the midst of the most serious security crisis we have faced.” Stoltenberg said the alliance is going to agree on deterrence to be able to deploy more combat formations and get more pre-positioned equipment in Eastern Europe by next year.
Bowel cancer campaigner and podcaster Dame Deborah James has died at the age of 40. The presenter of the BBC podcast You, Me And The Big C raised millions of pounds for research and was made a dame for her "tireless" work improving awareness of the disease.
Corden has brought his LA chat show, and his relentless exuberance, to Covent Garden. Michael Hodges was in the audience to experience it live
Taiwan's central bank is still working on its digital currency and while it's unclear when the scheme could roll out to the public it will push ahead with it, governor Yang Chin-long said on Wednesday. Taiwan's central bank has been working on a pilot for a government-run digital currency for the past two years, to allow people to use a digital wallet and make payments without using a debit or credit card. Speaking at a forum on digital currencies, Yang said they have been simulating the use of the central bank digital currency, or CBDC, in a closed loop environment.
Unrelenting temperatures break records for June as officials warn of a looming power shortage.
Sixth-formers propose alternatives after showing how visits cause stress for pupils as well as teachers