Bradley Walsh’s son appears in The Larkins cameo
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Bradley Walsh’s son appears in The Larkins cameo
Persistent concerns about the first new Alzheimer’s treatment in more than 20 years are curbing access more than four months after regulators approved it
A statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E
Queues are believed to have spread across the airport.
Instances of abuse reported to the police by politicians are not always followed up by forces, an MP has told Sky News, as he recalled having his car vandalised and office subject to an arson attack.
A monumental project to memorialise one of the Holocaust’s most shameful episodes has been complicated by scandal and geopolitics, reports Oliver Carroll in Kiev
Travis Barker proposed at an upscale beachfront resort in Montecito, California
The former prime minister said the killing of Sir David Amess must not result in ‘less democracy’.
Sealiway sprang a 12-1 surprise in the Qipco Champion Stakes at Ascot as the big two, Adayar and Mishriff, finished out of the first three. Fifth in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe 13 days earlier, Sealiway bettered the form he showed when runner-up to St Mark's Basilica in the French Derby to lift the mile-and-a-quarter showpiece. The three-year-old colt, trained by Cedric Rossi and ridden by Mickael Barzalona, was made to fight all the way by the William Haggas-trained Dubai Honour, who only went down by three-quarters of a length.
Pregnant women at risk from health professionals’ mixed messages over safety of jabExpectant mothers tell helpline that midwives are advising them against vaccines despite threat posed by virus• Coronavirus – latest updates• See all our coronavirus coverage A vaccinator holds a swab after delivering the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine to a woman at a vaccination centre. Photograph: Dinendra Haria/Sopa Images/Rex
U.S. safety regulators are investigating fuel pump failures in more than 600,000 diesel Ram trucks that could cause the engines to stall or lose power
Five people killed in a small Norwegian town last week were all stabbed to death and not shot with a bow and arrows as initially suspected, police said on Monday. Three people were also injured, including an off-duty police officer who was shot with the bow and arrow in the early phase of the 35-minute rampage. "Five people were killed with stabbing weapons," police inspector Per Thomas Omholt told a news conference.
Kenya's Elisha Rotich won the men's race and Ethiopia's Tigist Memuye topped the women's podium at the Paris Marathon on Sunday. Rotich set a course record as he crossed the line in two hours four minutes 21 seconds to finish ahead of Ethiopia's Hailemaryam Kiros.The 31-year-old Kenyan took nearly a minute off his personal best and broke Kenenisa Bekele's seven-year course record of 2:05:04 as he picked up pace after the 25-kilometre mark.Kenya's Hillary Kipsambu came third after slipping two sp
French pharmaceutical firm Valneva – whose UK contract for vaccines was cancelled last month – has reported positive results from its Covid-19 trial. Last month, the UK Government scrapped a deal for Valneva’s Covid-19 vaccine, with Health Secretary Sajid Javid telling MPs later it had been “clear” the vaccine “would not get approval” by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency in the UK.
A Ferris wheel which was under construction collapsed in southern China. Video filmed in the city of Fuzhou in Fujian Province on October 18 shows a Ferris wheel which was being built at Jin’anhu Park falling apart. Firefighters and paramedics have already arrived on site. Four trapped people have been rescued and no casualties were reported. The video was provided by local media with permission.
The boy was was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
Germany's Greens voted in a party congress to support formal coalition talks with the Social Democrats and Liberals.View on euronews
Colin Powell, a four-star Army general and a former secretary of state and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, died on October 18 from coronavirus complications, his family said in a statement.Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin addressed reporters on Monday morning following the news of Powell’s death. Austin was in Georgia, where he was meeting with Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili and US troops stationed in the country.“It will be impossible to replace Gen Colin Powell,” Austin wrote on Twitter. “He was a tremendous personal friend and mentor to me, and there’s a hole in my heart right now as I think about his loss. My thoughts and prayers today are with his family, and I want them to know I will miss him dearly.”Powell served with the George W Bush administration and was a key figure in the decision making leading up to the US invasion of Iraq.Powell was 84 years old. His family said he was fully vaccinated against coronavirus. Credit: Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin via Storyful
Three white men in the US state of Georgia will go on trial Monday in the high-profile shooting death of a Black jogger that sparked a national outcry and helped fuel last summer's social justice protests. Community leaders in Brunswick, Georgia, are preaching unity ahead of the trial of three white men accused of racially motivated murder in the shotgun death of a Black jogger, anxious it does not stir racial tensions or violent protests in their small coastal city.Jury selection is scheduled t
Shogi, the Japanese chess variant known as the "game of generals", is enjoying a wave of popularity in its homeland thanks to a teenage prodigy with a rock-star following. Shogi is played on a plain wooden board with pieces distinguished by painted Chinese characters. It has existed in its current form for about 400 years.
‘I felt safe because she was with Brian, and I felt like she would be OK,’ says Nichole Schmidt