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By its end in 1987, the once mighty A-Team was a shadow of its former self.
The actor playing Harry Potter has been fired from the Broadway production of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” following a complaint by a co-star about his conduct
COP26 president Alok Sharma MP has told Sky News that extracting more gas from the North Sea is not a "realistic" strategy for bringing down energy prices for UK consumers. MPs who have established a 'Net Zero Scrutiny Group' have been calling for the government to allow more drilling in the North Sea, arguing that it would be beneficial in terms of security and cost. "The idea that you will suddenly change things, and that will impact the price of wholesale gas internationally, I don't think that is realistic."
Children and tourists rejoiced after Istanbul was hit by its first snowstorm of the winter
Some officials and their dependants are being pulled out of Kyiv because of the risk of Russian military action.
Everton are planning to interview Vitor Pereira as they continue their search for a new manager following the sacking of Rafael Benitez.
A group of lab monkeys who escaped from a lorry crash in the US state of Pennsylvania have now been found after an urgent hunt by the authorities. Several of the monkeys had escaped when a lorry carrying a trailer of 100 of them crashed on Friday. The spokeswoman, Kristen Nordlund, said three of the monkeys were dead after being “humanely” euthanised, but did not elaborate on why they were euthanised or how the other monkeys came to be found.
Boris Johnson has said he is taking an allegation from a Conservative MP that she was sacked as a minister because of her Muslim faith "extremely seriously". A Cabinet Office investigation has been ordered by the prime minister after Nusrat Ghani, who was sacked as transport minister in a February 2020 reshuffle, made her claim at the weekend. Ms Ghani said she was told by a whip, who she did not identify, that her "Muslimness was raised as an issue" at a meeting in Downing Street.
Yellow-themed version of popular crossover brings bespoke styling elements
Four people killed in shooting at house party near Los Angeles. Police say shooting in Inglewood appeared to be targeted ‘ambush’ at birthday party in property reportedly rented on Airbnb
Lucky fat genes can help protect obese people from certain diseases, a new study suggests. Fat stored under the skin, like a paunch or a double chin, is considered less harmful than fat stored around organs such as the liver and heart. Scientists say the study's findings could explain why some obese people remain relatively healthy, while others suffer from life-changing conditions such as heart disease.
Experts said men could reduce their risks by having routine health check-ups and maintaining a healthy weight.
Toddler accidentally spends almost $2,000 on furniture at Walmart
The reality TV star is mother to six-month-old daughter Larose and is now four months pregnant with her second child.
The video with more than 2 million views had users fuming over gun safety situation in the US
A British man who died in Thailand following an alleged assault has been named as Marcus Evans. The 49-year-old, from Berrow, Burnham-on-Sea in Somerset, was killed in the early hours of Saturday morning in the Kanchanaburi Province in the west of the country. Thai Police were called to a house - thought to belong to the victim's girlfriend - and found Mr Evans lying face down, with knife wounds to his neck.
He could request Frank Sinatra before he could speak, and recites Noël Coward lyrics, but what does the singer-songwriter enjoy behind closed doors?
HEPCA, a group of conservationists, says buoys could change the future of our oceans.View on euronews
The WikiLeaks founder is wanted in the US over an alleged conspiracy to obtain and disclose national defence information.
The trial of a former Irish soldier accused of membership of Islamic State has heard that evidence will be presented that she encouraged her British-born husband to take a snipers course. Lisa Smith, 39, from Dundalk in Co Louth, has pleaded not guilty to charges of being a member of the so-called Islamic State group and with financing terrorism. There, after a previous marriage ended, she married Sajid Aslam, a UK national who the prosecution contends undertook "border patrol" for Islamic State.