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Afghanistan: Inside a secret school for girls

The classes are a small act of defiance after the Taliban banned most teenage girls from education.

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Venezuelan becomes oldest living man

CARACAS, Venezuela — A 112-year-old Venezuelan farmer has been officially recognized as the oldest living man following the death of a Spaniard who was the previous holder of the title, Guinness World Records said Tuesday. Juan Vicente Perez was confirmed as the oldest living man in February, Guinness said in a statement on its website. He “has exceptional health and memory. He remembers his childhood, marriage, the name of his siblings, children and grandchildren,” said Guinness. “He loves to be surrounded by family and friends as they tell stories and engage in good conversation.” Perez was born on May 27, 1909 in the western Tachira state, where by the age of five he was already helping his parents to harvest sugar cane and coffee. As an adult, he worked as a sheriff resolving land disputes in the town where he lived. Perez was married for 60 years until his wife Ediofina del Rosario Garcia died in 1997. They had 11 children together. Perez has 41 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great grandchildren. He told Guinness that his secret to long life is to “work hard, rest on holidays, go to bed early, drink a glass of aguardiente every day, love God, and always carry him in your heart.” The previous oldest man alive was Spaniard Saturnino de la Fuente Garcia, who died in January just under a month from his 113th birthday. The oldest person alive is Frenchwoman Lucile Randon, a nun born on February 11, 1904, who is 118 years old.

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How the 18-year-old suspect legally obtained guns before the Buffalo mass shooting

The 18-year-old man accused of mass murder at a Buffalo supermarket legally obtained an AR-15 style rifle, believed to be the same weapon he described modifying in a lengthy, racist rant posted online before the attack.

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O's Harvey suspended 60 games by MLB for drug distribution

Baltimore Orioles pitcher Matt Harvey has been suspended for 60 games by Major League Baseball for distributing a prohibited drug of abuse

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US to ease a few economic sanctions against Venezuela

The United States government is moving to ease a few economic sanctions on Venezuela in a gesture meant to encourage resumed negotiations between the U.S.-backed opposition and the government of President Nicolás Maduro

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Gyanvapi mosque: India dispute could become a religious flashpoint

A dispute over a mosque built on the ruins of a temple in Varanasi threatens to stoke fresh tensions.

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Johnny Depp’s childhood: What we know about the actor’s early life

Johnny Depp has spent most of his life in the public eye. The actor first rose to fame with 21 Jump Street in 1987, before moving on to a successful Hollywood career in films such as Pirates of the Caribbean, Donnie Brasco and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. In recent years, however Depp has been embroiled in controversy, and is currently fighting a court battle with ex-wife Amber Heard over his accusations that she defamed him. In the course of the trial, Depp has spoken about his childhood, and his turbulent relationship with his parents. Depp was born in Owensburg, Kentucky, on 9 June 1963, the youngest of four children. His parents were Betty Sue Wells, a waitress, and John Christopher Depp, a civil engineer. Throughout his early life, the Depp family moved around frequently, with the actor later telling Oprah Winfrey that he had moved house “maybe 40 times” before he reached the age of 15. “My mom liked to move a lot,” he said. “One time we moved from one house to the house next door.” When Depp was around the age of seven, the family moved to South Florida. Depp has described the lifestyle as “kind of normal” for him and his siblings, adding: “we didn’t know anything else.” In 1997, he recalled to Hello! magazine that when he was 12, his parents were “always fighting”, and he “had hardly any contact with the outside world”. “As soon as I got my guitar, I locked myself in my room every day after school and did nothing but play until I fell asleep,” he said. In 1978, when Depp was 15, his parents divorced. Betty Sue remarried a man named Robert Palmer, whom Depp would later describe to USA Today as a “really cool guy” who “spent about half his life in prison”. Depp left for California in 1983 to pursue a music career, eventually turning to acting on the advice of a young Nicolas Cage. During the ongoing legal battle with Amber Heard, Depp has spoken out about his childhood, alleging that he and his siblings suffered abuse at the hands of his mother. “[Depp’s mother] had the ability to be as cruel as anyone can be,” he said, noting that this also affected his siblings and father. “She was quite violent and she was quite cruel.” Describing his mother’s violence, Depp said “an ashtray” could be “flung at you”, and claimed that she would hit her children in the head and that sometimes use a “high heeled shoe or a telephone or whatever was handy”. The actor claimed that the family had been shell-shocked and that his siblings would instinctively shield themselves when their mother walked past because they “didn’t know what was going to happen”. He described his father, meanwhile, as “kind”, “shy” and “stoic”. It was also alleged in the court testimony that Depp’s father used to beat him with a belt at his mother’s behest. After Depp’s father left the family, his mother then fell into a “deep, dark depression”, per Depp’s statement, with the actor claiming that she survived a suicide attempt while he was in his adolescence. Betty Sue Palmer died in 2016 following a protracted illness. Follow live updates from the trial here. Read More Johnny Depp v Amber Heard defamation trial - latest A timeline of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s court battles Amber Heard denies Johnny Depp lawyer’s claim that he landed her Aquaman role Johnny Depp fans called out for ‘harassing’ Lily-Rose Depp on Instagram Amber Heard explains why she thinks she’s been labelled a ‘liar’ in Johnny Depp trial

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Shanghai says 'zero-Covid' achieved but millions still in lockdown

SHANGHAI, China — Shanghai on Tuesday declared it had achieved “zero-Covid” across all its districts, sparking derision on social media as millions in China’s biggest city remained under lockdown. Confronted with its worst outbreak since the beginning of the pandemic, China — the last major economy still closed off to the world — put the city of 25 million under heavy restrictions in early April. The government’s insistence on squashing the Omicron-variant-driven outbreak prompted rare protests and angry scuffles with authorities as Shanghai residents reject the prolonged confinement and food shortages. “All 16 districts of Shanghai have already achieved zero-Covid at the community level,” Shanghai health commission official Zhao Dandan told reporters on Tuesday. That means none of the over 1,000 new infections recorded on Tuesday was detected outside of quarantined areas, city authorities said. China’s strategy to achieve zero Covid cases includes strict border closures, lengthy quarantines, mass testing and rapid, targeted lockdowns. Vice mayor Chen Tong said on Sunday that the city would gradually reopen businesses starting this week, without giving specifics. But millions in Shanghai were still unable to leave their residential compounds on Tuesday. More than 3.8 million people were officially still under the strictest forms of lockdown in the city, according to official figures. Social media erupted in disbelief at the gap between official statements and the reality of life under an enduring lockdown. “Since society has reached Covid-zero, why are people in Songjiang district still only allowed to go out once every two days?” a blogger on the Twitter-like Weibo asked. “Is this a parallel universe Shanghai?” asked another. In some areas of the city, restrictions have even been quietly tightened in recent days. Live video broadcast Tuesday by Chinese media showed crowds gathering at Shanghai’s Hongqiao Railway Station as train services leaving the city resumed. Meanwhile, multiple airlines resumed domestic flights out of Shanghai this week after nearly all routes out of the city were suspended during the outbreak. People are only allowed to leave Shanghai after receiving permission and taking multiple Covid tests. – Economic slowdown – China has shown no sign of giving up its protracted struggle to maintain zero Covid cases, despite the mounting economic costs of miserable retail, house and car sales and climbing unemployment. The country kept cases low for much of the pandemic through its strict strategy, but the surge in Omicron cases in recent months has raised questions about zero-Covid’s sustainability. Chinese health officials on Monday said they had detected the country’s first case of the highly transmissible Omicron subvariant BA.2.12.1 — already widespread in countries including the US — in a traveller arriving from Kenya. Beijing is mass testing residents almost every day after a surge in cases — counted in the dozens each day but still enough to prompt tight restrictions on movement and association. Millions of people in the capital have been ordered to work from home and transport services have been suspended with people fearing a repeat of Shanghai’s lockdown chaos. Tightened Covid rules on Beijing’s university campuses also provoked a rare show of defiance from angry students over the weekend, with hundreds gathering outside one Peking University dormitory to protest new movement restrictions. The recent lockdowns dragged retail sales and factory output in the country down in April to their lowest level since March 2020, with analysts warning that disruptions could extend into the summer.

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Federal judge strikes down Tennessee law requiring some businesses to post transgender bathroom notices

A federal judge on Tuesday struck down a Tennessee law that required some businesses to post signs outside their bathroom doors if they allow transgender or nonbinary people to use those that match their gender identity -- a policy LGBTQ advocates charged was "offensive and humiliating" for members of the community and could lead to harassment.

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Ukraine Latest: Russia Sees Long Slump, US Targets Debt Payments

(Bloomberg) -- Russia said its economic recession will last longer than previously thought, while the US was set to curb

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Girlfriend: Dallas shooting suspect feared Asian Americans

The girlfriend of a man arrested in a shooting in Dallas’ Koreatown that wounded three women of Asian descent in a hair salon told police that he has delusions that Asian Americans are trying to harm him

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Cherries on top: Cherry Mobile delivers not one, but two, treats to sweeten your days

It’s Christmas too early for Cherry Mobile fans as the local tech competitor gift-wrapped its first two 5G-enabled smartphones — the Aqua S10 Pro 5G and Aqua SV 5G — only very recently. And TechNews, excited as always, got two boxes of these goodies which were immediately unwrapped, or unboxed as some would say. Happily, we would like to report why we’re still up and giggly. As a starter, getting both Cherry Mobile phones for you and your loved ones would hardly burn holes in your pockets. Yes, take the Aqua S10 Pro 5G and Aqua SV 5G in a single purchase and you can immediately go on your merry way. From the light-colored box of Cherry Mobile Aqua S10 Pro 5G you get a 6.78-inch FHD+ LCD panel in a stylish high-gloss curved back design, powered with the 2.0GHz 7nm MediaTek Dimensity 700 octa-core processor and generously loaded with 4GB of LPDDR4X RAM, 128GB of UFS 2.2 internal storage, 48MP main quad-rear camera, and a 5,000mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging and 10W wireless charging. The Cherry Mobile Aqua SV (SV, by the way, stands for Super Velocity) 5G off a mostly-black box spirts a 6.6-inch 3D curved FHD+ AMOLED screen with a 90Hz refresh rate that is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. For power, get ready to wage your daily battles with its 2.4GHz 6nm MediaTek Dimensity 810 octa-core processor, paired with 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM, 128GB of UFS 2.2 internal storage, and a 4,200mAh battery with 30W fast charging. It is also equipped with a quad-rear camera setup consisting of a 64MP primary sensor, 5MP ultra-wide shooter, 2MP depth lens, and a 2MP macro module. Upfront is a 16MP and 2MP dual selfie shooter. Cherry Mobile Aqua SV 5G specs: Network: 5G, 4G LTE Display: 6.6-inch FHD+ (2400 x 1080) AMOLED, 3D curved, 90Hz refresh rate, 399PPI Protection: Corning Gorilla Glass 5 OS: Android 11 Chipset: MediaTek Dimensity 810 (6nm) GPU: Mali-G57 MC2 Memory: 8GB LPDDR4X RAM, 128GB UFS 2.2 storage Security: In-Display fingerprint sensor, Face Unlock Rear Camera: 64MP OV64B40 (main) 5MP GC5035 (ultra-wide) 2MP BF2253L (depth) 2MP BF2253L (macro) Front/Selfie Camera: 16MP OV16A1Q (main) 2MP BF2253L (depth) Connectivity: WiFI 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS, A-GPS, Dual-SIM Audio: Dual-mic Port(s): USB Type-C Battery: 4,200mAh with 30W fast charging Dimensions & Weight: 160.5 x 73.8 x 8.8 mm; 175 g Colors: Luxe Green Liquid Cooling The Cherry Mobile Aqua S10 Pro 5G, which we actually got a day or two earlier, was taken for a spin just some minutes after initial charging. Boy, we’re telling you, that 6.78-inch Full HD+ TrueView punch-hole display of the Aqua S10 Pro 5G that allows you to fully engage in movie streaming, binge-watching, and mobile gaming activities is too good, but true. What do expect in a powerful 2.2GHz Mediatek Dimensity 700 SoC, but a lag-free and more accesible mobile entertainment, ideal for gamers and no-nonsense mobile users. Its 4GB RAM and 128GB storage, which can be expanded up to 512GB via MicroSD card, allow for a big amount of files, tabs, and apps. Now don’t forget that 5,000mAh battery with 18W rapid charging and 10W wireless charging capabilities. Camera-wise, the 8MP Quad AI camera on the Aqua S10 Pro 5G takes crisp shots, the 16MP front cam for cute selfies — enough to satisfy the first lists of what you want for a budget smartphone. The Aqua SV, again, that’s Super Velocity, is a whistler for its edge-to-edge curved display with a 6.6-inch Full HD+ TrueView 90Hz AMOLED dual punch-hole display with brilliant color reproduction. A fingerprint sensor is built right into the display. The Mediatek Dimensity 810 chipset has clock speed of up to 20 2.4GHz and liquid cooling technologies. And we’re still running both the Cherry Mobile Aqua S10 Pro 5G and Aqua SV in the techlab, we just can’t get enough of them. You still ask “pretty please with cherries on top” for true-value smartphones? With Cherry Mobile Aqua S10 Pro 5G and Aqua SV, now you can get ’em. Both smartphones will be available at Cherry Mobile stores, kiosks, and CHERRY Concept Stores nationwide, and online at the Cherry Shop website, Shopee, and Lazada.

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Megan Thee Stallion SAVEGELY crops Cara Delevingne from photos from Billboard Awards

Megan Thee Stallion SAVEGELY crops Cara Delevingne from photos from Billboard Awards

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Primary elections: Winners in the key races we’re watching

Voters have headed to the polls for primary elections in a number of key states. The results will determine the electoral match-ups in the crucial midterm elections in November. Here are the Associated Press projections in the key races we’re following: Kentucky Rand Paul won the GOP nomination for Senate Thomas Massie won the GOP nomination for the 4th Congressional District. Pennsylvania TBA North Carolina TBA This page will be updated Read More House 1/6 panel rejects Justice Dept.'s transcript request Guatemala leader won't attend summit in US after US critique Justice Department has asked Jan 6 committee for witness transcripts, report says

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U.S. business groups criticize Biden's Taiwan arms sales policy

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. business groups on Tuesday criticized the Biden administration's Taiwan arms sales policy, arguing in a public

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Packers defense ready to deal with heightened expectations

The Green Bay Packers may rely on a different formula than usual as they chase their fourth consecutive NFC North title and first Super Bowl berth in more than a decade, The trade of All-Pro receiver Davante Adams could force the Packers to lean more on a defense that returned most of its top playmakers and added two first-round draft picks

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Spanish cabinet approves paid 'menstrual leave'

MADRID, Spain — Spain’s cabinet on Tuesday approved a bill that grants paid medical leave for women who suffer from severe period pain, becoming the first European country to advance such legislation. Menstrual leave is currently offered only in a small number of countries across the globe, among them South Korea and Indonesia. But the proposed legislation must still be approved by the Spanish parliament, with a vote not expected for months. It was not clear whether Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s minority coalition government, which has made women’s rights a priority, has enough support in the assembly to pass it. The Spanish bill entitles workers experiencing period pain to as much time off as they need, with the state social security system — not employers — picking up the tab for the sick leave. As with paid leave for other health reasons, a doctor must approve the temporary medical incapacity. Equality Minister Irene Montero said the law will recognise a health problem that has been largely swept under the carpet until now. “Periods will no longer be taboo,” she told a news conference after the cabinet approved the bill. “We will be the first country in Europe to introduce a temporary sick leave that is fully financed by the state for painful and incapacitating periods,” she added. “No more going to work with pain, no more taking pills before arriving at work and having to hide the fact we’re in pain that makes us unable to work.” Montero belongs to the far-left Podemos party, Sanchez’s junior coalition partner which has been the driving force behind the law. – ‘Have to be careful’ – About a third of women who menstruate suffer from severe pain, according to the Spanish Gynaecology and Obstetrics Society. Italy in 2016 proposed a bill that would have granted three paid days off to women suffering menstrual pain who obtained medical certificates. But the draft bill did not progress before the parliamentary term expired in 2018. Spain’s proposal has divided politicians and even unions, with some saying it could stigmatise women in the workplace and favour the recruitment of men. “You have to be careful with this type of decision,” said Cristina Antonanzas, deputy secretary general of one of Spain’s largest trade unions, the UGT, warning it could impact “women’s access to the labour market”. But Spain’s other major trade union, the CCOO, said the proposed measure was “justified” if period pain prevents a woman from working, and called it a major “legislative advance”. – Reproductive health reform – The Spanish legislation is part of a much wider reproductive health reform which will include changes to the country’s abortion laws. It will end the requirement for minors of 16 and 17 to obtain parental consent before terminating a pregnancy and include measures to boost access to abortion at public hospitals. The draft bill also calls for the free distribution of contraceptives and menstrual hygiene products in high schools, and strengthens sex education. “We are advancing feminism. Women should be able to decide freely about their lives,” tweeted Sanchez. Since he came to power in 2018, women have taken up most cabinet posts for the first time in Spain’s history, taking up top portfolios such as defence, economy and finance. Spain decriminalised abortion in 1985 in cases of rape, if a foetus is malformed or if a birth poses a serious physical or psychological risk to the mother. The scope of the law was broadened in 2010 to allow abortion on demand in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy, but access to the procedure is complicated by the fact that many doctors in public hospitals refuse to perform abortions.

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UN alarmed as Covid spreads in N. Korea, ready to help

GENEVA, Switzerland – — The UN voiced alarm Tuesday at the swelling Covid outbreak in North Korea, warning that its unvaccinated population was particularly vulnerable, and reiterated its offer to provide assistance and jabs. The UN’s World Health Organization cautioned that the highly contagious Omicron variant of Covid could easily rip through the impoverished country with disastrous effect. And the UN rights office warned that the measures authorities are putting in place risked violating rights and pushing vulnerable people into an even more precarious situation. A total of 56 deaths and nearly 1.5 million cases of “fever” have been reported in North Korea since the country announced its first Covid case a week ago, according to the official Korean Central News Agency. “WHO is deeply concerned at the risk of further spread of Covid-19 in the country particularly because the population is unvaccinated and many have underlying conditions putting them at risk of severe disease and death,” agency chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters. “WHO has requested that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea share data and information,” he said, adding that the organisation had offered to provide technical support and supplies, tests, medicines and vaccines to help Pyongyang stem the spread. – Risk of new variants – Leader Kim Jong Un has ordered nationwide lockdowns to try to slow the spread of the disease, and deployed the military after what he has called a botched response to the outbreak. So far, it does not appear that the country has accepted the assistance offered by the United Nations. WHO acknowledged though that there was no way force North Korea, or Eritrea — the only other country in the world that has not started vaccinating its population against Covid — to accept help. But if Covid is allowed to spread unabated, there is a greater chance new and potentially more dangerous variants could emerge, putting the whole world at risk. “Where you have unchecked transmission, there is always a higher risk of new variants emerging,” WHO emergencies director Michael Ryan told reporters. “So certainly it is worrying if countries… are not using the tools that are now available.” And while fears abound that more dangerous Covid variants could emerge, Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO’s technical lead on Covid-19, stressed that the dominant Omicron variant was dangerous. “The notion that Omicron is mild is false… That narrative is really deadly, because people think that they’re not at risk,” she said. For the unvaccinated, and especially the elderly or people with underlying conditions, Omicron can cause “severe disease and death,” she said. “This is why vaccines are so important.” – ‘Dire consequences’ – Earlier Tuesday, the UN also cautioned that the measures introduced by Pyongyang to rein in the outbreak could lead to serious rights violations. “The latest restrictions, which include putting people under strict isolation and imposing further travel restrictions, will have dire consequences for those already struggling to meet their basic needs,” UN rights office spokeswoman Liz Throssell told reporters. “We urge the… authorities to ensure that all measures adopted to tackle the pandemic are necessary, proportionate, non-discriminatory, time-bound and strictly in line with international human rights law,” she said. Throssell also reiterated a call for countries “to relax sanctions to enable urgent humanitarian and Covid-related assistance” to the impoverished country. North Korea has one of the world’s worst healthcare systems, with poorly equipped hospitals, few intensive care units, and no Covid treatment drugs or mass testing ability, experts say. “We encourage the DPRK as a matter of urgency to discuss with the UN the opening of channels for humanitarian support, including medicines, vaccines, equipment and other life-saving support,” Throssell said.

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Gloc-9 has a confession to make in his new single ‘Kumpisal’ featuring Skusta Clee

The one and only Makata Sa Pinas Gloc-9 is releasing yet another single this May! This new song is called “Kumpisal”, the Filipino rap icon’s third release for his Pilak album in celebration of his 25th anniversary in the Philippine music industry. Joining him in this string-fueled and vibrant collaboration is Skusta Clee, who’s undoubtedly one of the most popular rap artists on the OPM scene today. Written and composed by Gloc-9 with musical arrangement, mixed, and mastered by Thyro Alfaro, “Kumpisal” looks into the dynamics of the Catholic sacrament of confession from the perspective of a confessee. The lyrics? It’s classic Gloc-9 in his prime that you’ve always loved — bathed in cryptic word play and ethereally anthemic that even this mundane topic can transform into a poetic masterpiece. Gloc-9 said that he already wrote different songs on various topics, but releasing a song about religion and spirituality? Not yet. Thus, this song was carefully crafted and was made possible this year. Joining the veteran hip-hop superstar in this latest endeavor is Skusta Clee and this the second time that these two rap idols have collaborated. Their first pairing was in Skusta Clee’s single “Karma” wherein the Gloc-9 wrote the rap part. Its official music video released last November 2021 now has over 27 million views on YouTube and even reached #1 Trending For Music. An official music video for “Kumpisal” is released alongside the single. The zany visual directed by Kirby Balagtas of YouMeUs MNL was shot inside a church with guest appearances by Shanti Dope, DJ Klumcee and Hellmerry. The exclusive premiere of the music video transpired during the intimate “Kumpisal” press conference inside a classy movie theater. (WATCH OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO HERE) Prior to this release, Gloc-9 was able to drop singles “Paliwanag” with Yeng Constantino and the title “Pilak” as part of his 25th anniversary album. Check out “Kumpisal” on your favorite music streaming platforms.

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Bill Cosby lawyers cry foul as civil sex assault trial looms

With less than a week to go before a civil trial, Bill Cosby's lawyers are crying foul over a change in the story of a woman who alleges he sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion

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Ukraine news – live: Mariupol defence ‘changed course of war’, Zelensky aide says

The staunch defence of Mariupol has “completely changed the course” of Russia’s war on Ukraine, an aide to president Volodymyr Zelensky has said. After weeks holed up in bunkers underneath the Avozstal steelworks, hundreds of Ukrainian fighters were reported to have been transported from this last Ukrainian bastion in the devastated city to Russian-held territory nearby. The fighters – including some from the Azov Battalion, whose far-right links are symbolically useful to Vladimir Putin’s disputed claims of “denazification” – now face an uncertain fate, as Russian politicians talked down Ukrainian hopes of prisoner exchanges and Moscow investigators unveiled plans to interrogate the captives over what they claimed were potential “crimes committed against the civilian population”. Meanwhile, Moscow appeared to relax its threats over Finland and Sweden joining Nato, with foreign minister Sergei Lavrov saying their bids would make “not much difference” as they have been participating in Nato military drills for years. The Nordic countries expressed “optimism” that Turkey would not block their bids, after Ankara surprised its Nato allies by vowing to do so. Read More Why did Russia invade Ukraine? The conflict explained Hundreds of Ukrainian fighters evacuated from Mariupol steel plant Sweden will apply to join Nato in historic shift – but Putin warns of ‘response’ ‘I have died every day’: Ukraine wives of Mariupol fighters plead for help from Turkey

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Netflix secret codes: How to access hidden movies and TV series on streaming service

You might think you’ve exhausted everything there is to watch on Netflix. The chances are, though, that there are probably a large quantity of films and TV shows you’ve never come across while searching through the streaming service’s extensive library. Unless you spend hours scrolling through, the titles that are highlighted are based on the previous things you’ve watched or added to your list. But, if you fancy watching something from a genre that isn’t available on Netflix’s limited selection, you won’t be able to find what you’re looking for with much ease. It turns out there are actually thousands of codes that will make searching through Netflix much easier for you. These codes correlate with some pretty specific genres, ranging from “Romantic Foreign Movies” to “B-Horror Movies”, and they’ve been put in one place for you to scroll through. To visit each genre’s webpage, all you need to do is input the four-digit code into your web browser after the following address: http://www.netflix.com/browse/genre/ It is worth noting that this only works on the website, and won’t be available on phones, NOW TV boxes or the Amazon Firestick. The kind people over at ogres-crypt have compiled the comprehensive list of genres, but you can also find a wide selection below (and a full list of everything being removed in May 2022 here). 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