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We live in a TV age of hype and spoilers, so it’s not often that a drama catches us completely by surprise.
Damien Bendall is accused of killing John Paul Bennett, Lacey Bennett, their mother Terri Harris, and Lacey’s friend Connie Gent.
The UK’s largest outdoor fitness festival returns to Hackney Marshes this weekend with more than 75,000 festivalgoers taking part. From running to hula hooping, here’s what to expect
China will stop funding new coal-fire projects abroad, President Xi Jinping announced at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). China was the last significant public financier of overseas coal - predominantly in Africa and Asia - delivered under its enormous global infrastructure project known as the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). In a pre-recorded video address, President Xi told the UNGA China will "step up support for other developing countries in developing green and low-carbon energy, and will not build new coal-fired power projects abroad".
Environmental activists blocking the M25 face possible imprisonment after National Highways was granted an injunction against the protests, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said. Campaign group Insulate Britain has shut down parts of the motorway five times in just over a week. It has been reported that many demonstrators have been arrested and released several times.
Facebook's semi-independent oversight board says it will review the company's “XCheck," or cross check system following an investigation by The Wall Street Journal into the use of an internal system that has exempted high-profile users from some or all of its rules
The rugby player's ex-wife once called Rihanoff a 'f**king Russian dancer'.
The Rolling Stones dedicated their first live show of 2021 to the band's late drummer Charlie Watts following his death last month. The rockers performed a warm up gig at the Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, on Monday ahead of their 13-date No Filter tour around the US, which will begin in St Louis on 26 September. Sir Mick Jagger, who was joined by bandmates Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards, told the 300-strong crowd they were all "missing Charlie so much" after he died on Tuesday 24 August at the age of 80.
The Dixie fire is almost out, but its inhospitable ‘moonscapes’ remainSevere wildfires are making the recovery process for plants and animals more challenging, sometimes for years after the flames The charred forest outside Greenville, California. The Dixie Fire has burned over a half million acres. Photograph: Terry Schmitt/UPI/REX/Shutterstock
It’s been half a century since beloved TV mystery series ‘Columbo’ premiered with an episode directed by a young Steven Spielberg. Kevin E G Perry talks to David Koenig, author of a new book on the show, about the rumpled sleuth’s continuing appeal
The government could end up giving tens of millions of pounds of taxpayers' money to an American company to help it restart carbon dioxide production at two plants, a minister has told Sky News. Speaking to Kay Burley, Environment Secretary George Eustice said that without the "temporary" agreement with CF Fertilisers there would have been food supply problems and the government "needed to act". CF produces around 60% of the UK's CO2 supply, which is why the closure of the sites last week, blamed on a surge in gas prices, had prompted fears that shoppers could start noticing shortages in poultry, pork and bakery products within days.
Joshua will put his heavyweight titles on the line when he faces the undefeated Oleksandr Usyk
Deal will cover film and TV, publishing, games, immersive experiences, live theatre and consumer products
My alma mater, the University of St Andrews, found on a picturesque coastal stretch of east Fife, has always been my number one. But the ‘auld grey toon’ has now also been named top in a prominent university guide – bettering the Oxbridge duopoly for the first time in nearly 30 years of the award’s history.
16 years in 16 words: the sayings that sum up Merkel’s Germany. Refugees, Russian sympathisers and half-dressed footballers: Germany’s forever chancellor had words for them all
Nabil Choucair said nothing should be done to the tower without the input of the victim’s families
The teenage motorcyclist died in a collision outside RAF Croughton in August 2019
A magnitude 5.9 earthquake has hit south-east Australia causing damage in Melbourne. The epicentre of the quake, that took place at about 9.15am local time on Wednesday, was northeast of Australia’s second-most populous city near the town of Mansfield. Images and video footage circulating on social media showed rubble blocking one of Melbourne's main streets, while people in northern parts of the city said on social media they had lost power and others said they were evacuated from buildings.
Human antibodies have been used for serious coronavirus cases during the pandemic.
More than 10 bullets hit the vehicle during the attack near Kyiv at 10 am local time on Wednesday.View on euronews