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There will be a rematch. “Oh, 100% ... 110%,” Joshua said.View on euronews
Detectives investigating the murder of teacher Sabina Nessa have arrested a 38-year-old man in what Scotland Yard said was a "significant development". The suspect was detained by police on suspicion of murder at around 3am on Sunday at an address in East Sussex. Ms Nessa had been on her way to meet a friend at a pub near her home when she was attacked in Cator Park, Kidbrooke, in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, on 17 September.
Owners face new trap in their bid to sell flats hit by Grenfell cladding crisisMortgage firms still want safety certificates on low-rise buildings, despite new ruling Hayley Myers outside her block of flats in south London. Photograph: Andy Hall/The Observer
A row over vehicle license plates is escalating tensions between Serbia and its former province of Kosovo in the BalkansView on euronews
The 38-year-old man was detained in East Sussex in the early hours of Sunday morning, the Metropolitan Police said.
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Patrick Vieira revealed the club’s documentary ‘When Eagles Dare’ helped him understand the rivalry.
The Briton was dethroned as world heavyweight champion by Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday night.
The Magician by Colm Tóibín review – a difficult Mann to knowThis dramatisation of Thomas Mann’s private and public life never quite convinces as biography or fiction ‘A public intellectual at a time of global tumult’: Thomas Mann in 1916. Photograph: ullstein bild/Getty Images
Sky added £3,000 to pensioner’s bill but sent statements to late wifeOnline bills can mean some vulnerable people have no way of tracking what they are spending Mike Harrison with daughter Kate, who discovered the shock amount her father was paying to Sky each month. Photograph: HANDOUT
Nao: And Then Life Was Beautiful review – soaring to new heights(RCA)The Grammy-nominated Londoner takes things to the next level with this impeccably on point third album ‘Hard-won insight’: Nao. Photograph: Lillie Eiger
Femicides in the US: the silent epidemic few dare to nameThe death of Gabby Petito draws attention to a form of widespread gendered violence in the US that has long been hiding in plain sight A woman with a red hand painted on her face, which calls attention to the high rates of Indigenous women who are murdered or missing. Photograph: Kevin Mohatt/Reuters
Whatever happened to Michel Barnier?Tough controls on immigration, a restricted role for European courts, a new politics of patriotism: why is the EU’s former Brexit chief negotiator, now running for the French presidency, sounding more and more like a Eurosceptic? As his Brexit diaries are published in English, he reveals all Michel Barnier, who has announced his candidacy for the French presidency in the 2022 election. Photograph: Ed Alcock/The Observer