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A Tiktoker’s brother has given a masterclass in eviscerating homophobic video gamers – and he’s only 12.
A music professor has resigned in protest at “dogmatic” attitudes to decolonisation which could stop students learning Beethoven and Wagner.
At $2bn, the plane is one of the US military’s most expensive and dangerous weapons
Ministers have lost almost half a million pounds on the sale of just 36 flats affected by the cladding crisis, The Telegraph can disclose.
France’s Notre Dame Cathedral is finally stable and secure enough for artisans to start rebuilding it
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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Latin American and Caribbean nations should aspire to a bloc like the European Union, Mexico's president and other leaders said at a summit on Saturday, in a bid to wrest influence away from the Washington-based Organization of American States (OAS). For years, a few of the region's leftist standard-bearers who attended the gathering of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) have viewed the OAS as too close to the United States, resenting in particular its exclusion of Cuba from its members states. The host of Saturday's summit, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, told more than a dozen presidents and prime ministers at the opening ceremony that such a revamped diplomatic body could better boost the region's inequality-stricken economies as well as confront health and other crises.
A former head of the regulator Ofgem warned Britain is likely to face high energy prices for the rest of the year.
Raymond Kosschuk, 63, has unearthed artefacts in a Lincolnshire village.
On a visit to Conakry following the 5 September putsch, Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo and Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara say they had 'very frank' talks with the putschists' leader, Colonel Mamady Doumbouya. They were also able to meet with former President Alpha Condé, who is still being detained by the coup's plotters.
Russia is voting in its general election on the second of three days for a new parliament, as well as some local and regional bodies. Although Vladimir Putin's United Russia party is largely expected to win, opinion polls show that in reality, the president’s party has never been less popular, as our correspondents in the Urals region report. When opposition activist Elena Pariy tries to talk to Russians about the United Russia party, all she gets is “no comment”, silence, or “of course not”, wh
The former president’s 20-year-long rule ended in disgrace as he was pushed from power amid street protests when he decided to seek a new term
France's Notre-Dame cathedral is finally ready to undergo restoration work more than two years after a blaze ravaged the heritage landmark, and remains on course to reopen in 2024, authorities said Saturday, following months of painstaking work to secure the building. The great mediaeval edifice survived the inferno on April 15, 2019, but the spire collapsed and much of the roof was destroyed.The focus until now had been on making the cathedral safe before restoration work could begin, which inc
Who says it’s no big deal if the Covid vaccine temporarily disrupts menstrual cycles? . It’s probably a minor effect of the immune response but it’s not a good look when the medical establishment can’t be bothered to notice
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As the Canadian prime minister stepped off his campaign bus at the University of Windsor’s campus, the feeble chants of "Trudeau, Trudeau" from his red-clad supporters were quickly drowned out by an angry crowd of anti-vaccine protesters.
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Sergeant Tony Webb, of West Midlands Police, was responding to reports of a disturbance in Birmingham.
Scientists investigate hundreds of guillemot deaths on UK coastlineSeabird carcasses discovered along Northumberland, North Yorkshire and Scottish shores, with many more found emaciated Guillemots on the Isle of May in the Firth of Forth, Scotland. Photograph: Murdo MacLeod/The Guardian
Want to save the Earth? Then don’t buy that shiny new iPhoneApple has just unveiled the latest all-singing, all-dancing iteration of its handset, but perhaps you should resist the hype Apple boss Tim Cook extolling the virtues of the iPhone 13 last week. Photograph: Brooks Kraft/Apple