Missing dogs still a mystery as walker Louise Lawford sentenced

Image copyright Facebook Image caption Louise Lawford admitted animal welfare offences not linked to the missing dogs A dog walker who lost five pets in her care has been banned from keeping animals for five years. Louise Lawford admitted four animal welfare offences relating to her business Pawford Paws in…

Pope Accepts Resignation of Philadelphia’s Conservative Archbishop

ROME— Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia, a leader of conservative Catholicism in the U.S., who has opposed the pope’s more progressive line on divorce and homosexuality. The archbishop turned 75—the age when bishops must submit their resignations to the pope—last September. His departure removes…

Australia fires: US crew dead in firefighting plane crash

Image copyright NSW GOVERNMENT Image caption Fire authorities said there were no survivors in the crash An air tanker has crashed in a fireball while fighting bushfires in Australia, killing the three people on board. Officials lost contact with the C-130 Hercules plane shortly before 13:30 local time (02:30 GMT)…

The Bezos WhatsApp hack linked to a Saudi prince could happen to anyone

A new investigation suggests that the hacking of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’s phone stems from a WhatsApp account linked to Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and one seemingly innocuous video file. The alleged hack shows that security online is never guaranteed, even on this very popular Facebook-owned encrypted…

Italy’s 5 Star Leader Resigns as Support Sinks

ROME—Italy’s 5 Star Movement, once one of Europe’s strongest antiestablishment parties, is reeling from a stream of defections and its leader resigned weakening the coalition government and strengthening the hand of the far-right League party. Luigi Di Maio’s decision to step down, which he unveiled at a public meeting with…

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