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Officers were called to Southall Park in Green Drive on July 17 after an unresponsive woman was found there.
UK drivers want lower wet-weather motorway speed limit, finds poll. More than 70% of drivers in RAC survey wanted 70mph limit lowered in slippery conditions
Hong Kong police have arrested a man on suspicion of insulting the national anthem
A year after the explosion that rocked Beirut on August 4, 2020, killing 218 people, injuring more than 7,000 and devastating much of the city, the Lebanese investigation into the blast has yielded no credible results. Families of the victims, some of whom are calling for an international investigation, talk to FRANCE 24 about their search for justice. With their palms covered in red paint, women dressed in black hold framed photos of their loved ones aloft. Empty white coffins that symbolise th
From Lillie exposing Liam, to Teddy and Faye being cruelly torn apart, there was a hell of a fallout from Casa Amor.
Sitting in the Royal Box on Centre Court on the first day of Wimbledon this summer, Dame Sarah Gilbert appeared a little uncomfortable as tennis fans gave her a standing ovation. Many of the crowd in SW18 that day had themselves received the AstraZeneca vaccine that Professor Gilbert and her team helped to develop. As they rose to their feet applauding, most knew her research at Oxford University in conjunction with the British-Swedish pharmaceutical giant had helped free the UK from the grip of
Guy has secured gold in the 4×200m men’s freestyle and the 4x100m mixed medley relay
The DJ has been a mainstay on the station for 17 years.
A two-mile-long tunnel would have been built as part of the plan
From fierce heat to flooding, the highs and lows of the past few weeks send a message to us all.
Britain has led the world in finding drugs that can help save the lives of people on death’s door with Covid. Already, the UK has approved the steroid dexamethasone and the arthritis drug tocilizumab following trials. Together, they can lower the risk of death in the sickest patients by around 40 per cent. Yet we may be approaching a time when Covid could be largely treated by the GP, with the majority of patients never needing hospital treatment. This week, Japan became the first country to gra
Alex Scott has received support from colleagues, athletes and politicians.
Late-night host denies his politics have changed, saying instead that he is reacting to political views that have shifted
A man reportedly presented knife injuries to London pub staff before leaving the area, police said. Officers and London Ambulance staff were alerted to the scene in the early hours of Saturday morning at around 3am in Station Road, Harrow. Police have arrested a 23-year-old man on suspicion of criminal damage and grievous bodily harm.
This clip shows protesters encamping outside Downing Street, London, in solidarity with the Iranian people. Demonstrators are on hunger strike against water shortage in Iran, the crackdown on protesters, the human rights violations committed by the regime, as well as the lack of coverage of these humanitarian issues by Western media. The video was filmed on July 31.
It is no longer just properties in water catchment areas that face danger, experts say - increasing rainfall means submersion can happen anywhere
Across the UK, parks are being planned for sites once earmarked for commercial development. Could this really this signal a new future for our urban landscape, asks Colin Drury
Team GB have a first confirmed boxing medal in Tokyo after Karriss Artingstall claimed Olympic bronze in the women’s featherweight category after being narrowly beaten by Japan’s Sena Irie in their semi-final. An earlier win over Australia’s Skye Nicolson had guaranteed Artingstall a medal but she failed to reach the gold medal bout after a split decision defeat. It was a nip-and-tuck affair, with both fighters landing telling blows throughout, but in the end three of the judges scored the contest 29-28 in Japanese fighter Irie’s favour.
The surge in Delta variant cases is rattling parts of Asia previously relatively successful in containing COVID-19, such as Vietnam, which will from Monday impose strict curbs on movement in several cities and provinces. The government of New South Wales reported 210 new infections in Sydney and surrounding areas from the Delta variant outbreak. Tokyo's metropolitan government announced a record number of 4,058 infections in the past 24 hours.