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Images released by the People's Protection Units (YPG), a Kurdish militia, show what they say are their fighters deployed inside Hasakeh's Ghwayran prison, hunting down armed jihadists.
The director of Olembe District Hospital recounts the deadly stampede that left eight people dead and several injured outside Olembe Stadium ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations match between Cameroon and Comoros. "I've never seen a crowd like it before," says André Omgbwa Eballe.
Emma Thompson is the latest A-Lister to slam plastic surgery, as the British star recently termed the practice a form of collective psychosis.
Thailand has become the first country in Asia to approve the de facto decriminalisation of marijuana - giving people the green light to grow the plant at home. The country first legalised the use of marijuana in 2018 for medical use and research, but now the Narcotics Control Board has dropped it from its list of controlled drugs. People can grow cannabis plants at home under the new rule, but must notify their local government first, health minister Anutin Charnvirakul said.
The US actress was described as a ‘powerful force of nature’ with ‘enough patience to fill 10 ships’.
Chicago police say they are not looking for any suspects in the case
Malik Faisal Akram held four people hostage during the incident, but they were later released unharmed.
COPS seized a car parked on a Glasgow street claiming it had no insurance.
Estrella Damm has crowned The Parker’s Arms in Newton-in-Bowland as the second best gastropub in the UK.
From a Ramadan breakfast amidst the devastation of a Syrian town to a ‘ghost leopard’ merging with the stars, the winning images in the 2021 global Travel Photographer of the Year awards present a diverse and glorious view of life on our planet.
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Sizzle up a feast and celebrate the year of the tiger with these carbon, cast-iron or non-stick pans
The Volkswagen-owned company said the vehicle is scheduled to roll off the production line in three years.
Whitehall mandarin expected to delay publication of report
French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday said the March 1962 shooting of dozens of European supporters of French Algeria on the rue d'Isly in the heart of Algiers was "unforgivable for the Republic". In a first, the French president admitted that the shooting of unarmed civilians by French soldiers was a "massacre". At a gathering in the Elysée presidential palace attended by people of French origin who were repatriated after Algeria gained independence, Macron addressed the brutal events o
Emergency crews raced to the scene in Highams Park this morning
Congressman has himself often referred to press as ‘fake news’
For disabled people, the hasty lifting of all plan B restrictions is devastating . A caring society would have made this group a priority. However, a cavalier prime minister thought differently
Police are appealing for help to identify these men after disorder broke out among football fans during a match between Burnley and Arsenal. Lancashire police believe the men to be Arsenal fans at the away game on Saturday September 18 where supporters clashed in the stands. No fans reported any injuries though a match day steward was hit.
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.