Harry Dunn death: US officials say UK’s extradition request ‘highly inappropriate’

Home Offices formal request for extradition of Anne Sacoolas means justice is now a decision for US authorities British officials have formally demanded that the wife of a US intelligence officer charged with causing who has previously insisted she will not return to the UK voluntarily, over the case of the teenager who died in a collision outside RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire on 27 August last year. A spokesman for the department confirmed the move on Friday evening, adding: This is now a decision for the US authorities. However, the US state department called the request highly inappropriate. A department spokesman said: The use of an extradition treaty to attempt to return the spouse of a former diplomat by force …

Iran plane crash admission triggers international calls for full investigation

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False claims spread online after Iran missile attack on Iraqi airbases

Iran state TV claims terrorists killed as agency in Kuwait says its false news was result of hack Irans missile attacks on two Iraqi airbases have been accompanied by a spread of online disinformation, falsely labelled images and claims of news sources being hacked, which have added to jitters in the region regarding the attacks. Iranian state television said on Wednesday that at least 80 American terrorists were killed, despite the US making clear that it had not sustained any casualties as a result of regularly banning Iranian pages it believes are spreading false and divisive material aimed at audiences in the US and UK. Twitter suspended an account impersonating the Israeli journalist Jack Khoury, which had been used to …

French police shoot man holding knife in Metz

Prosecutors say man known for radicalisation taken to hospital and placed in custody French police have shot and injured a man holding a knife in Metz, two days after a fatal stabbing in Paris. Christian Mercuri, the public prosecutor in the city in north-east France, said the man involved in the incident on Sunday, who was known to police both for his radicalisation and for a personality disorder, shouted Allahu Akbar (God is greatest) before being shot. A police source said the suspect, who was born in 1989, threatened officers when they arrived at the scene, and they fired shots to overpower him. He is injured but his life is not in danger, the source said, adding that no one …