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The husband of U.K. charity worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has gone on a hunger strike again after a court decided she has to spend another year in an Iranian prison
The spending habits of avocado-toast millennials are more complex than you think. Post-pandemic, will a generation of wanderers become staycation aficionados, carefully counting their pennies? Only time will tell
80% of UK employers plan to hire over next 12 months, survey says. Brexit and Covid-19 causing acute shortages of workers in sectors from haulage to hospitality
Young Australians lodge human rights complaints with UN over alleged government inaction on climate. Five young people argue 2030 emissions target fails to uphold the rights of young Australians
Bosses from three of the UK’s leading museums have backed a new anti-woke charter aimed at protecting Britain’s heritage from activists and “temporary shifts in public sentiment”.
Police were called to an address in Brentwood on Sunday morning, where they found three injured people, including two teenage boys who later died.
Jacinda Ardern has acknowledged that Covid policies will create a two-tier system in New Zealand where non-vaccinated citizens do not enjoy the same rights as those who have received the jab.
Alec Baldwin risks being prosecuted for involuntary manslaughter over the accidental shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, legal experts have warned.
Archaeologists in Iraq revealed Sunday their discovery of a large-scale wine factory from the rule of the Assyrian kings 2,700 years ago, along with stunning monumental rock-carved royal reliefs.
Heat pumps are practical and necessary. Readers respond to letters from readers who were sceptical about the practicality of replacing gas boilers with heat pumps
The British High Commission in Nairobi on Sunday said it was "fully cooperating" with a police investigation into the 2012 murder of a Kenyan woman last seen with a British soldier.
A powerful storm roared ashore in Northern California, flooding highways, toppling trees and and causing mud flows in areas burned bare by recent fires as forecasters predict record-breaking rainfall
The United States did not put enough pressure on former Afghan president Ashraf Ghani to share power with the Taliban, Zalmay Khalilzad, who recently resigned as US envoy to Afghanistan, said in an interview broadcast Sunday on CBS.
‘Need to be heard’: alleged abuse survivors say Kenja must be forced to join Australia’s redress scheme. Organisation’s founder faced multiple allegations of sexual abuse before his death, but denies all wrongdoing and refuses to join the plan
All it took was one hard drive for Sergei Savelyev, a soft-spoken Belarusian graduate, to take his revenge on a Russian prison system where inmates are routinely sexually abused and tortured.
A new “smart bandage” that will tell doctors if a wound has healed without having to remove it has been developed by researchers.
Turkey’s move to expel ambassadors over activist’s jailing risks widening rift with west. Envoys from 10 countries – including US, Germany and France – to be declared persona non grata
Oxfam has withdrawn a bingo game that features "inspirational women" after concerns were raised by transgender and non-binary colleagues. Oxfam would not confirm what specific concerns employees had raised with the charity. Wonder Woman Bingo contains illustrated cards of 48 women from around the world - including Greta Thunberg, Amelia Earheart, and Serena Williams.
BTS review – charisma and confidence from the world’s biggest pop group. Live stream from Seoul Olympic stadiumHow do you perform a stadium-sized show without an audience? Over eight years’ worth of milestone singles, the K-pop stars show how it’s done
Russia on Sunday condemned a decision by the United States to add Russians seeking U.S. visas to a list of "homeless nationals" who can apply for visas in third countries. The move allowed Russians to apply for U.S. visas in Warsaw instead of their home country after the American Embassy stopped processing most visa applications in May due to Moscow's ban on employing embassy staff in Russia.
London's pollution charge zone for older vehicles has become 18 times larger, impacting tens of thousands of motorists.