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18 May 2022

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Armenian Protesters Paralzse Metro in Growing Unrest (3)
May, 18, 2022 - 16:15 TEHRAN (Tasnim) - Protesters briefly shut down the metro network in Armenia's capital on Wednesday, the metro operator said, part of growing anti-government unrest in recent weeks against possible concessions over territory disputed with neighbor Azerbaijan. Footage from social media showed protesters standing in the doors of metro carriages, blocking trains from moving.
Man guilty of killing Shani Warren 35 years after murder (1)
Jury finds Donald Robertson guilty of imprisonment, indecent assault and murder of 26-year-old Matthew Weaver Tue 17 May 2022 15.36 BST A man has been found guilty of the murder of Shani Warren, whose body was found bound and gagged in a lake 35 years ago. A jury at Reading crown court found Donald Robertson guilty of the imprisonment, indecent assault and murder of the 26-year-old, after the discovery of new DNA evidence.
Minister 'surprised' at Bank of England's 'apocalyptic' food shortage comments (1)
VIEW COMMENTS Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis / PA Wire By David BondDeputy Political Editor@djbond6873 17 May 2022 A Cabinet minister has rebuffed Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey after he sounded an "apocalyptic" warning over looming food shortages caused by Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine. Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis said on Tuesday he was "surprised to see that kind of terminology", insisting supermarkets had already bought
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