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Faiza Shaheen, a barred Labour candidate, accuses the party of excluding left-wingers, including those who speak out on Palestine. Shaheen alleges Labour's leadership targets anti-imperialists, claiming the party's poll lead emboldens them to replace candidates like her. She has taken legal action to challenge her exclusion.

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A year after the OceanGate Titan submersible tragedy, Ohio billionaire Larry Connor is setting his sights on a new $20 million mission to the Titanic wreck. Partnering with Triton Submarines co-founder Patrick Lahey, they plan to dive over 12,400 feet in the Triton 4000/2 Abyssal Explorer, highlighting advancements in deep-sea exploration and safety.

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