UK authorities look to punish online abuse victims

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UK authorities look to punish online abuse victims

Britons who abuse a stranger online could soon face punishment under a new law in hopes of curbing rising cases of online abuse, according to officials. That could include a longer jail sentence, broader…

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From student to entrepreneur: Zambia’s Daniel Kwas

If you are a student of Zambia, you are likely to have heard of the name Daniel Kwasi Chipilula. Kwasi’s family has been involved in education and business for generations in Zambia. His grandfather…

Why Canada is breaking its anti-smoking law

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Why Canada is breaking its anti-smoking law

By Tom Keene and Sara Austen, CNN (CNN) — After 40 years, Canada is officially getting rid of pack size limits on tobacco products. Why is it different than the United States? It isn’t….

Plenty of England supporters are taking a stand

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Plenty of England supporters are taking a stand

Written by Staff Writer by Louise Egan It’s doubtful anybody thought the morning commute in the UK at the moment would entail sipping a cup of tea in a heart-felt way, sobbing silently to…

Brexit warns hotels of 'disaster' after EU visitors

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Brexit warns hotels of ‘disaster’ after EU visitors

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The eastern side of Chatsworth Castle offers the view of its 15th century macintosh wall The booming market for UK accommodation could be threatened by anti-Brexit tourism campaigns,…