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<strong>Exclusive:</strong> Brussels will be asked to revive visa-waiver offer – to pile pressure on government to end its refusal to act
A Maryland, US, teen has been indicted for allegedly beating a mentally disabled man until his teeth were shattered simply because he suspected him of being gay.
France's government spokesman says President Emmanuel Macron will speak in the coming days with President Joe Biden in their first contact since a major crisis erupted between France and the United States over a submarine deal
A court will look at complaints against Bitcoin purchases made by El Salvador's government, Elon Musk leads tributes to Sir Clive Sinclair, plus more tech news.View on euronews
Readers reply: why do humans cry when they are sad?. The long-running series in which readers answer other readers’ questions on subjects ranging from trivial flights of fancy to profound scientific and philosophical concepts
Tottenham Hotspur’s record goalscorer Jimmy Greaves has died at the age of 81. The World Cup-winning striker scored 44 goals in 57 appearances for England.
The actress is an ambassador for the Alzheimer’s Society.
State media says that a capsized river boat in southwest China has left at least 10 people dead, with another five still missing
Devon teenager to cycle to Glasgow for Cop26 climate summitJessie Stevens, 16, plans to pedal 570 miles to represent young people at UN conference in November Jessie has been strengthening her legs on the brutal hills of Dartmoor and can now manage 70 miles in a day. Photograph: c/o Adventure Syndicate
Reports claim Rosie Duffield will miss the event in Brighton due to threats from transgender activists.
The broadcaster has dismissed as ‘incorrect’ claims key people were not interviewed in a 2004 investigation.
The show returned with 15 new celebrity contestants.
Tens of thousands of devotees have packed the old palace courtyard in the heart of Nepal’s capital to celebrate the feast of Indra Jatra, marking the return of the festival season in the Himalayan nation after it was scaled down because of the pandemic
Kabul government’s female workers told to stay at home by TalibanOnly those who cannot be replaced by men may remain, in further sign of Taliban’s hardline rule over Afghans Protesters leaving a brief demonstration outside the former women’s affairs ministry. Photograph: Bülent Kılıç/AFP/Getty Images
A new Southern Baptist Convention task force is overseeing a third-party investigation into how the denomination handled allegations of sexual abuse
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has been holding talks with the energy sector following a sharp rise in the wholesale price of natural gas. Following the meetings, Cop26 President Alok Sharma said the public should be reassured there is no immediate cause for concern. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) reported that in 2020, 60% of the UK’s natural gas supply was imported.
Blocking the M25 motorway is a "legitimate" and "reasonable" means of demonstrating about climate issues, the Green Party's MP has told Sky News. Government ministers have urged police to take "swift" action to clear roads of protesters, after the London orbital motorway was blocked repeatedly in a week. Numerous arrests were made on Friday as demonstrators from the Insulate Britain group targeted M25 junctions in Kent, Surrey and Essex.
Some 7,000 people have gathered in Ukrainian capital for the annual March for Equality in support of the rights of the country’s LGBT community
Tommy Fury has been tipped as Jake Paul’s next opponent after both fighting on a recent card in Cleveland
While some countries like El Salvador are embracing cryptocurrencies, others are taking a firmer stance on their use as payment.View on euronews