· Jessica Mulroney: Meghan Markle's ex-friend's heartbreaking move amid troll clash exposed →
She also leaped to defend her “BFF” during spats on social media – which in turn led her to become victim to a few troubling comments.
· Bolton stabbing: Man arrested after 10-year-old boy knifed in house →
Detective Superintendent Joanne Rawlinson said: “No child should ever be the victim of such a distressing incident and my thoughts are with this young boy and his family as he receives medical treatment in hospital.
· Iraq’s PM takes step in battle against border corruption →
Mandali crossing, recently re-opened after a virus-related closure, has fallen victim to armed groups in the past, said Omar al-Waeili, director of the border ports.
· Man held over stabbing of 10-year-old boy in Bolton →
Det Supt Joanne Rawlinson, of Greater Manchester police, said: “No child should ever be the victim of such a distressing incident and my thoughts are with this young boy and his family as he receives medical treatment in hospital.
The New York Times
· Protests Rock Russian Far East With Calls for Putin to Resign →
Despite his affiliation with a party scorned by Russian liberals as a collection of crackpots and crooks, he has now been embraced by many Kremlin critics as a victim of political repression by Mr. Putin.
The New York Times
· Liar, Liar, Nation on Fire →
The story recounted that Trump sees himself as a victim of the pandemic, and his mood is so “woe is me” that advisers tried to cheer him up with special events — “bringing 18-wheelers onto the White House South Lawn in mid-April or creating social media videos that feature throngs of his adoring fans.”
· US appeals to proceed with 1st federal execution in 17 years →
The family of the victims in the case had requested that it be called off because their fear of the coronavirus would keep them from attending.
· Car passenger stabbed in dispute near M5 motorway →
Victim was in altercation with driver of another car on slip-road near Weston-super-Mare at traffic lights
· Terrible teens who tormented Merseyside before turning 20 →
Each of these offenders tormented Merseyside either through dangerous behaviour that made life a misery or by ruining the lives of their victims' families forever.