Covid-19: cases rising in Africa
Covid-19: cases rising in Africa
It will be another 107 years before Jupiter comes this close to Earth
The TV presenter confessed she burst into tears on the dancefloor and tried to run away from the studio.
Giorgia Meloni could become Italy’s first female PM
Vadym Prystaiko said Ukraine needs ‘much more’ help from the UK as the country fights back against Moscow’s invasion.
Khayri, who was 15, died in hospital following an attack near the entrance of North Huddersfield Trust School in Woodhouse Hill.
A statue of Celtic great Billy McNeill is to be unveiled in his hometown.
ASSISTED dying proposals in Scotland have been backed by Dignitas as the organisation accused UK politicians of “outsourcing this issue” to Switzerland where it has helped hundreds of British residents end their lives.
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to provide assistance to those affected, as troops are deployed to help recovery efforts.
Sabah Ahmedi, who is one of Britain’s youngest Imams, said projects like this can ‘help build bridges’ between different faith groups.
The pariah state’s regime is not invincible. If it doesn’t free its people, they will free themselves – sooner rather than later
Aiden Aslin was beaten, stabbed and forced to listen to Soviet songs in a small cell 24-hours a day
If you're not a fan of the hit games Wordle or Heardle then maybe try the movie spin-off Framed.
British opposition Labour leader Keir Starmer will lay out on Tuesday his plans to spur economic growth and end what he called a cycle of crisis, saying his party now stood for "sound money" in contrast to the Conservative government. At his party's annual conference, Starmer will strike at the heart of Prime Minister Liz Truss's plan to revive growth, saying a Labour government would create jobs, improve skills and tackle climate change rather than cut taxes for the wealthiest. Trying to capitalise on the divide opened up by the government's so-called mini-budget that saw the Conservatives shift to the right with trickle-down economic policies, Starmer will say Labour is once again "the party of the centre-ground" ready for an election due in 2024.
Two police officers have been left with life-threatening injuries after a crash in Suffolk. The policemen were in a police car that was in a collision with a BMW on the B1112 in Eriswell on Sunday afternoon. The driver of the BMW, a man aged in his 20s, was arrested at the scene on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and driving while unfit through drink or drugs.
Heath and Nobby pulled flatbed drays filled with bouquets laid in Green Park, to Kensington Gardens where the flowers will be turned into compost
Hubberston and Hakin Community Centre is proving itself one of the most valuable public conveniences in Pembrokeshire after agreeing to throw open its toilet doors to the public.
Five years after the showdown with Madrid, the region remains split over secession – and even those who back it are divided on how to achieve it. Do the people still have the will to go it alone?
The chief of the U.S. Capitol Police during the Jan. 6 siege has a book deal
The shadow chancellor again sought to reassure businesses that Labour would work with them in government.
A North East bridge has seen one lane closed and a large police presence this morning after an incident.