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American doctor and his team are 'brutally beaten' by police as they help victims of vicious clashes at Indian farmers' protest

An American doctor has told how he and his team were 'brutally beaten' by police as they tried to tend to those injured in violent clashes during protests against farming reforms in India. Dr Swaiman Singh from New Jersey said they were set upon by stick-wielding officers - leaving three doctors with broken arms and a volunteer with a cracked skull. In disturbing footage of the attack one of the medics in a first aid high visibility vest is chased by officers in full riot gear before being viciously battered as he falls to the floor. Horrified onlookers can be heard screaming 'Don't hit the doctors' as they watch batons rain down on the men. Footage showed the medic being 'brutally beaten' by police during protests against farming reforms in India Dr Swaiman Singh from New Jersey said the volunteer medics had been helping an injured policeman when they were attacked Another clip showed volunteers forming a human chain in an effort to protect the medic Iron

REVEALED: Heir to Publix Super Markets chain bankrolled MAGA rally before Capitol riot with $300,000 donation alongside Alex Jones who gave $50,000 to event that was organized by Trump supporter who charged $730,000

The main donor behind the Washintgon D.C. 'Stop the Steal' rally that sparked a riot on the U.S. Capitol on January 6 has been revealed as the heiress to the Publix Super Markets Inc. chain.  Julie Jenkins Fancelli, a prominent Trump donor, pledged $300,000 to the MAGA rally in an arrangement set up by far-right show radio host Alex Jones.  Fancelli's donation funded most of the event, which cost $500,000 in total to run.  After being initally arranged by Jones, Fancelli tapped Caroline Wren, a top fundraising official on the Trump 2020 campaign, to organize and fund the rally on her behalf. According to records, Wren and her fundraising consultancy firm were paid $730,000 by the Trump campaign and a joint GOP committee in the 2020 election cycle.    Jones himself also contributed more than $50,000 in seed money to the event in exchange for a 'top speaking slot of his choice', according to the Wall Street Journal.  Julie Jenkins Fancelli (pictured above), a prominen

EXCLUSIVE: Sydney Swans star turned high-flying executive SPLITS from his glamorous wife of 20 years as she recovers from brain surgery - after he quit the AFL at the height of his powers for the sake of HER

Sydney's tight-knit football community is reeling after former Swans star Brad Seymour's shock split from his model turned author wife Melissa after almost 20 years of marriage. In the latest in a string of AFL marriage breakdowns, the CEO of the highly-respected Swans Foundation, 44, ended the relationship four weeks ago and has since moved out of the family home they shared with their two teenage children. A source told Daily Mail Australia Melissa, 45, who is recovering from brain surgery, has been left 'shell-shocked and disappointed' by the sudden split. Sydney Swans defender Bradley Seymour, 44, and his model turned author wife Melissa, 45, have separated after almost 20 years of marriage 'Brad told her he didn't love her any more and wanted a separation,' a close friend revealed. 'He denied there was anyone else involved. 'It's come as a complete shock to her, especially as she recovers from brain surgery. She thought the marriage would be

'You are doing a great job': Boris Johnson sends an open letter to all Britain's parents and promises a multi-million pound catch-up programme once schools finally reopen

Boris Johnson has written to all Britain's parents thanking them for doing 'a great job' during the coronavirus pandemic as schools remain closed to most children. The Prime Minister penned an open letter to parents, carers and guardians to say they have responded 'magnificently', with the Government having faced sustained criticism for its handling of education during the pandemic. Mr Johnson also promised in his letter a multi-million pound catch-up programme for pupils to ensure 'nobody gets left behind'.   This week he said classrooms in England would remain closed to all but the vulnerable and children of key workers until March 8 at the earliest, having been closed since the Christmas break. It came following news that Lockdown exercise rules could be relaxed to ease the pressure on our physical and mental health. Mr Johnson has asked officials to draw up options for a slight lifting of the rules, which currently limit people to meeting one other perso

The Big Apple's worst property deal? NYC realtor shocks TikTok users with tour of tiny $1,650-a-month West Village apartment with a SHARED toilet and no freezer or oven

A New York City realtor has shocked social media users after he showcased a tiny apartment that costs $1,650 a month to rent. Not only does the West Village studio have no stove or oven, a tiny fridge, and one small closet, but it doesn’t even have its own bathroom. Instead, for $1,650 a month, residents have to share a toilet and a shower – which are also in separate rooms – with the whole complex. And renters would need to be sure not to lose their keys, as they're needed to get into both the bathroom and the shower. The astronomical price for the Manhattan apartment - which is located on 5th Ave and 11th St close to New York University - is not even as high as it may potentially have been pre-pandemic, with prices continuing to drop as wealthy New Yorkers remain in exodus. A New York City realtor has shocked social media users with the worst apartment has has seen  For $1,650 a month, the renter lives in a room with no proper kitchen or bathroom @newyorkcityrealtor #apartmen