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Amazon Prime releases trailer for Toofaan
Rioting in South Africa this month has claimed 337 lives, the government said Thursday, marking a further jump in the death toll from the 276 announced the previous day. "The South African police has revised the total number of deaths in Gauteng (province) to 79 and KwaZulu-Natal to 258 as related to the unrest," said Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, a minister in the president's office.She added that some of the latest deaths were of people succumbing to injuries sustained during the riots.Widespread loot
London’s mayor has sent a message of support to Hong Kong residents fleeing China’s crackdown on democracy to seek new lives in the United Kingdom
Now there is a seven-day rate of 1,154.7 per 100,000 people, or 1 in 100, according to Public Health England. Official figures published by NHS England show 9,408,549 jabs had been administered in the capital on Sunday evening. This has led to serious staff shortages in different industries including food supply and retail.
‘Somebody needs to tell the truth in this House,’ says Dawn Butler
A lawyer was forced to barricade herself in her quarantine hotel room after being harassed by a security guard, it has emerged. Brittany Dodds, 26, was bombarded with Facebook messages from the guard during her stay in the Radisson Blu Edwardian hotel at Heathrow. The South African lawyer ignored the messages and said she did not raise a complaint out of fear it could “provoke him”. On the evening of her fourth day of quarantine she used her bags to barricade the door after he sent a message say
Northern Ireland could once again break temperature records as warning there remains in place.
Thousands aged over 65 failed to apply for EU settled status – reportLords report calls on the government to ensure support remains in place to help late applicants secure their status Just 2% of applications for the UK settlement scheme were submitted by people aged over 65. Photograph: Amer Ghazzal/Rex/Shutterstock
The prevalence of Beta across the world has dropped over the course of 2021 at the same time that the highly-transmissible Delta variant has taken hold, data show
Premier League argued that City bosses used ‘procedural applications and complaints’ as a delaying tactic.
The region’s abortion laws were liberalised in 2019 but full services have not been commissioned due to disagreements between the Executive parties.
Footage shows the man, who has not been identified, sliding down roof tiles and falling from a semi-detached house in Bloxwich, Walsall, before hitting the pavement behind a car with a thud on Thursday, 22 July.West Mids Police officers had found around 70 cannabis plants and were searching the property when the man climbed on to the roof. Police were seen shouting, 'Stay there' at him after his fall. The man, who was arrested on suspicion of cultivating cannabis, was hospitalised with potentially serious injuries. A Police spokesperson said he would be questioned when medically fit.
Twice a day Hong Kong's virtually deserted airport fills with the sound of tearful goodbyes as residents fearful for their future under China's increasingly authoritarian rule start a new life overseas, mostly in Britain.
Hyundai has expanded its crossover range with the Bayon, the smallest SUV in its lineup. Is it the perfect affordable family car?
LONDON (Reuters) -The owner of the discount chains Pepco, Poundland and Dealz, Pepco Group, plans to create about 13,000 net new jobs across Europe over the next three years as it aggressively opens new stores, its boss told Reuters. Chief Executive Andy Bond said the majority of the new jobs would be in continental Europe, as it bets that shoppers will flock to cheaper stores following the devastation of the pandemic and as people search for bargains amid inflation. While many European retailers have shifted operations online, shut stores and cut jobs to survive COVID-19, Pepco is heading in the other direction.
Accusing fellow MPs of lying breaches Commons ‘unparliamentary language’ rule
Thousands of Eritrean refugees are increasingly caught in the middle of the conflict in Ethiopia’s Tigray region
The BBC correspondent left hosts Kate Garraway and Richard Madeley stunned.
Footage of the Queen hobnobbing and cracking jokes almost 30 years ago is quite the watch.
Emily Symons reveals what's to come.
E L James visited an Audi showroom in order to check if one of her novel's sex scenes could actually work.