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Police say they seized ‘a large number of offensive weapons’ from three of the men
As protests broke out across India over a ruling party official's controversial remarks about the Prophet Mohammed, an image of a woman being pulled away by a police officer was shared thousands of times in social media posts that claim it shows a Muslim Indian journalist being arrested at a demonstration. But the claim is false; the photo shows the arrest of a student leader during a protest on June 12. The photo -- which shows a woman in a hijab being taken away by a police officer -- was shar
Ike Ekweremadu and wife Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu appear in court in London after Heathrow arrest
EU leaders holding a summit Thursday started discussing, with a mix of interest and scepticism, the idea of a “European Political Community” put forward by French President Emmanuel Macron.
Huge swathes of Britain are without any rail services this week with coordinated strikes bringing the country’s transport network shuddering to a halt after last-ditch talks failed to resolve a dispute over pay, jobs and conditions.
Baroness Scotland of Asthal has been re-elected as Secretary General of the Commonwealth, in a blow for the Prime Minister who attempted to have her ousted by backing a rival candidate.
Gender differences were more significant in lower-income families.
Conor McGregor leaves Dublin court as dangerous driving case postponed
The EU has announced its new visa waiver start date. So what is the ETIAS exactly, and who does it apply to?
The fencing contractor was thrown into the air by the gas blast in a field near Alfreton, Derbyshire.
Stellantis has run a successful trial for an EV that can charge itself without having to stop.
Embodme, a French deep-tech company, put on a mini concert at their booth at this year’s Vivatech, displaying their next generation music tech that has already been used by the likes of Coldplay, Flume and Jean-Michel Jarre.
Glastonbury festival warned punters to avoid watching Michael Eavis’ performance because the area was “very busy.”
The AA said allowing people to control cars many miles away will require ‘extensive testing’.
A teenager was rushed to hospital after a collision in Plumstead yesterday.
‘As stated in yesterday’s congressional hearings, you don’t ask for a pardon if you are innocent. And, you don’t decline to appeal if you know you are right,’ said Heard’s spokesperson
Sir Keir Starmer has been out on a victory lap in Wakefield after his Labour's candidate Simon Lightwood took the seat from the Conservatives in Thursday's by-election. The Labour leader said the result put his party on track to win the next general election, saying: "The Tory Party is absolutely imploding, they know they're out of ideas and they're out of touch and if they had any decency, they'd get out the way for the next Labour government.".
Watson, 41, evaded detection for more than 20 years, changing his account as evidence against him piled up
Speaking on the sixth anniversary of the Brexit vote, Lord Frost said there was too much else going on to tell if Brexit had succeeded economically.
Victims have not been named