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When Millie the Jack Russell was spotted on marshland near Portsmouth after going missing last Thursday, a Hampshire search and rescue team was called in to save the day.
The Doomsday Clock has remained at 100 seconds to midnight for a third year in a row, as scientists said the world is “no safer” than it was this time last year.
At least one child was killed in northern Syria this week when a storm blanketed tented camps in snow and brought freezing temperatures, compounding the misery of thousands of people displaced by the Mediterranean country's decade-long war. The child died and its mother was in intensive care after snow caused their tent to collapse in the Qastal Miqdad area, as a result of the storm that struck on Jan. 18, the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said. "I was scared the tent would fall down on the kids," Abu Anas said in Zaitoun camp in northern Syria, after his family fled from eastern Gouta, an area on the outskirts of Damascus that was devastated by the conflict.
“We are spending money on harming people rather than saving them,” Sir Robert Buckland warned.
Greg Hunt says government is being blamed when overcommitted suppliers can’t deliver, and false RAT claims will be reported to ACCC
Boris Johnson and Sajid Javid face pressure from MPs and some clinicians amid staffing crisis
Ladj Ly, the director of Cannes Jury prize-winning film Les Miserables, this week opened Africa’s first free film school – in the Senegalese capital Dakar. The Ecole Kourtrajmé, named after the collective he founded in France, is offering young people from underprivileged areas an opportunity to learn skills in the audiovisual trade.The Dakar school is the third in the Kourtrajmé family, after Montfermeil, in the Paris suburbs, along with another in the southern city of Marseille.The concept is
Robin Swann was speaking the day after a swathe of relaxations to the Covid restrictions were announced by the Executive.
The atmosphere is buzzing aboard this Turkish train as it winds through snow-capped hills from Ankara to Kars. The Eastern Express has become Turkey's most coveted and festive train journey, making multiple stops in the country's east. Tickets were snapped up within minutes when the service started up again after a hiatus due to the coronavirus.
Humanitarian officials estimate that about 84,000 people — more than 80% of the Pacific nation’s population — have been affected.
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The people of Croydon hate this label - and they're doing everything they can to get rid of it. Last year was the worst on record for teenage murders in London. There were 30 in total, and five happened in Croydon - more than any other borough in the capital.
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Gardai are investigating the circumstances surrounding the woman’s death.
Previous research has suggested that peanut allergy affects 2% of children in Western countries and most remain allergic across their lifetime.
There are many approaches to solving a Wordle game. Some players of the wildly popular word-guessing game start with whichever five-letter word first comes into their head. Others make tactical use of words containing common letters.
The Bat Out Of Hell singer’s death was described as ‘our loss, Heaven’s gain’.
The helicopters can detect 256 potential targets at once and prioritise threats in seconds.
The US is considering evacuating family members of diplomats stationed in Ukraine amid fears of a Russian invasion, according to reports. It comes as the United States and Russia warned there had been no breakthrough in crisis talks over Ukraine with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken warning of a “united, swift and severe response” if Moscow invades its neighbour. Mr Blinken said the meeting in Geneva was not a negotiation but a “candid exchange of words and views” but that diplomacy was to continue.
An observatory in Hawaii captured atmospheric pressure waves created by the eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano on January 15.The Gemini Observatory in Hawaii was 5,000 kilometers (3,000 miles) away from the eruption when it captured the atmospheric pressure waves on three different cameras. They are the “faintly red waves” seen in the footage, NOIRLab explained.The Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano erupted on January 15, triggering a tsunami on the South Pacific nation of Tonga with waves up to 15 meters, according to information released by the Tongan government. At least three people were killed and dozens of properties were damaged across the islands. Credit: NOIRLab via Storyful