President Zelensky says he is 'not interested' in meeting with PutinSky News
The most Instagrammed football stadium in Scotland has been revealed.
Israel's President Isaac Herzog on Thursday urged Europe to fight anti-Semitism "at all costs", in the face of a worrying increase in hatred being spread notably online."I call on you, elected officials of Europe: do not stand by, you must read the warning signs, detect the symptoms of the pandemic of anti-Semitism and fight it at all costs," he said.
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String of mishaps on cantankerous subway system could throw a wrench in Claudia Sheinbaum’s presidential aspirations
Rumours began flying after Matt Lucas revealed that he and David Walliams were writing together again.
Lisa Marra, who worked in Republican Cochise county, condemns ‘physically and emotionally threatening’ work environment
2/5 Smith’s voice remains a remarkable instrument but it is asked to carry songs that feature little else of interest
The shop shut earlier this month, just days after a fundraiser was launched to raise £35,000 in a bid to secure its future.
“They had beat him to a pulp... his head was swollen like a watermelon,” RowVaughn Wells says.
Bruno Tonioli, who was confirmed as the ITV show’s new panellist on Tuesday, blew a kiss as he arrived for the Britain’s Got Talent auditions in London.
A new generation of Mexico’s Indigenous musicians like Pat Boy are using rap to combat prejudice, revive ancient languages and reignite pride
Tory chairman himself facing calls to resign
A much-loved fish and chip restaurant in the North East is in the running to be named the best in the UK.
An Oxford-based homeless charity is inviting people to take on a cold-water challenge at a hotel in Bicester.
The TV star has been losing weight for a while.
Protests in Peru continue as thousands take to the streets calling for President Dina Boluarte to leave office. Lawmakers have started an impechment process against the new leader, who took office in December.
A mummy "completely covered in layers of gold" may be the oldest and most complete ever found in Egypt. The ancient man's well-preserved sarcophagus has been discovered after a year-long excavation just outside of the capital Cairo. It is just one of dozens of new archaeological discoveries found in Egypt.
The use of contraception is soaring around the world, but international funding to meet demand for family planning in the developing world has been hit by sharp UK aid cuts, research has found.
Six women have been given suspended sentences after being convicted of criminal damage.