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Buried in Cambridge City Cemetery rest the bodies of four airmen who died when a mid-air collision between two Lancaster Bombers resulted in the loss of fourteen souls altogether

Manchester United players balling on world stage

Star players from Manchester United are currently playing for their respective nations at the World Cup in Qatar. The club is struggling in the Premier League and is also dealing with disputes due to Cristiano Ronaldo's interview, which raised numerous questions about the club's arrangements and methods of treating their players

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According to British Defence Minister Ben Wallace, a Russian SU-27 jet fighter recently fired a missile at an unarmed British surveillance aircraft as it was flying in the airspace over the Black Sea region. The conflict occurred on September 29 when two Russian SU-27s intercepted the British Boeing RC-135 while it was returning to base after patrolling, and one of them launched a missile over it

UK: Liz Truss discontinues as PM after 45 days; opposition demands General Elections

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Mason Greenwood’s application for bail approved after private hearing

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U.K: Client experience eyebrow swelling after botox lift surgery at ‘Mayfair practice’, accuses doctors for carelessness

United Kingdom: A patient has accused the London-based "Mayfair Practice" clinic of negligence during the Botox Brow lift procedure. The clinic is well-known for providing GP Consultations and Corporate Health, Health Screens and Travel Vaccines, Hypnotherapy and Acupuncture, and Aesthetic Treatments

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Greek President Katalin Novak met Radev, discusses minorities living in Ukraine

On February 2, Katalin Novak, President of Hungary, met with President Radev and conducted a Deep discussion on Ukraine and Greece's national minorities living in Bulgaria
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Sofia: Municipality to clean old buildings built in Austrian style to demonstrate its beauty

On February 1, Georgi Valentinov Georgiev, chairman of the Metropolitan Municipal Council, informed that the municipality has started to clean Sofia from the scratches on the facades to show how beautiful the capital is with its old buildings built in Austrian style

Dominica: SEDIDHDEE to accept scholarship applications for graduate and undergraduate studies

For the academic year 2023–2024, the department of Human Development, Education, & Employment (DHDEE) of the executive Secretariat for Integral Development (SEDIDHDEE) is accepting scholarship applications from Dominican citizens who wish to pursue undergraduate or graduate study

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Russians willing to pay $10,000 for head of Wasim, paratrooper of 95th assault brigade

According to the information provided by 95 separate amphibious assault brigades of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Russians are willing to pay $10,000 for the head of Wasim, a paratrooper of the 95th assault brigade deployed over the line of Control

Organic-Pharma enterprise evolves in Jammu & Kashmir

Today anyone can easily find some micro shops in countries like Germany and other European Countries to get Kashmiri-made rose oil, dried apricots, and herbs. A few years before, goods from the valley were limited to fruits and dry fruits only, primarily for gulf export
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