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Devon police investigate man's claim he helped wife die
Police are investigating after a man said in a letter to the Sunday Times that he helped his wife die.
The woman, who he said had been suffering from terminal ovarian cancer, died 23 years ago.
Devon and Cornwall Police confirmed that a homicide investigation in relation to the death of a woman in Devon in the 1990s was ongoing.
The 71-year-old man told the paper: "I'll deal with whatever comes up and take it from there."
Government denies claims it has scrapped crucial economic crimes bill
Ministers criticised for not tackling London’s reputation as Russian money-laundering hub
Prince Andrew demands jury trial in sex abuse lawsuit
In an official filing, the disgraced royal denies abusing Virginia Giuffre, disavows knowledge of Epstein’s trafficking scheme
‘No safe place’: Lead poisoning in the Dominican Republic
Bajos de Haina residents take on a recycling plant as factory pollution condemns them to poverty and health issues.
Taiwan vice president heads to Honduras to work on shaky alliance
Honduran President-elect Xiomara Castro had floated the idea of re-establishing ties with China, before backtracking.
Germany to host G7 finance meeting May 18-20, finmin tells paper
Germany will host the main finance meeting of its presidency of the Group of Seven economic powers from May 18-20, the Rheinische Post newspaper reported on Wednesday.
Windows 11 is getting Android apps, taskbar improvements, and more next month
New Notepad and Media Player apps also on the way
Astronomers discover mysterious space object ‘unlike anything’ seen before
The object, unlike anything the scientists have seen before, emits giant blasts of energy every 20 minutes
Out-of-control SpaceX rocket to smash into Moon, experts warn
A derelict rocket booster from a 2015 mission will likely create the first-ever accidental lunar impact in early March
Human Rights Watch says staffer was targeted with Israeli-made Pegasus spyware
The Israeli NSO Group’s technology has been used by governments to target political opponents, activists and journalists.
Twitter receives record number of gov’t requests to remove posts
Ninety-five percent of demands in January-June 2021 came from five countries – Japan, Russia, Turkey, India and S Korea.
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