Final UK troops pulled out of Kabul
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Final UK troops pulled out of Kabul
Joe Biden is "personally trying to move things along" in the case of Harry Dunn's alleged killer, Boris Johnson has said as he met with the US president in the White House. "I know that the president has been personally trying to move things along, and I'm grateful for that," the prime minister replied when asked about Anne Sacoolas, who was charged with causing Harry's death by dangerous driving.
House Democrats have removed $1billion in funding for Israel's Iron Dome from the US’s spending bill, in a victory for the party’s progressives.
CF Industries suspended operations at two plants because of the high cost of energy.
Moscow is adept at turning the tables when it is confronted, and, in the Skripal case, the UK’s moves could still be used to the Kremlin’s advantage domestically, writes Oliver Carroll
Several close collaborators have hinted new music is coming 1 October
Prince Andrew has three weeks to respond after legal papers were served to his US lawyers notifying him of a civil sexual assault case against him, Sky News understands. The summons and complaint papers were sent by email and FedEx by legal representatives for his accuser Virginia Giuffre, who is seeking damages after alleging Andrew sexually assaulted her. The ninth-in-line to the throne and his lawyers have strongly denied Ms Giuffre's claims.
The move comes with hopes fading for a post-Brexit deal with the US.
The ancient massive trees of Sequoia National Park’s famed Giant Forest are unscathed even though a wildfire has been burning near them in California’s Sierra Nevada for nearly two weeks
The gas is used for multiple purposes across the food supply chain.
The Tragedy Of Macbeth is directed by Joel Coen.
The Prime Minister will use his speech to the United Nations to urge counterparts to ‘show we have the maturity and wisdom to act’.
Trudeau didn’t win the majority but still has chance to pass sweeping legislationCanadian prime minister will stay in power but will be forced to navigate a parliament that he needs to woo in order to surviveCanada election 2021: full results Prime minister Justin Trudeau during the Liberal election night party in Montreal. Photograph: Christinne Muschi/Reuters
A magnitude 5.8 earthquake struck Mansfield, Victoria, and was felt around 200km (124 miles) away in Melbourne, the state’s capital, on September 22.Footage by ABC News Breakfast shows the moment presenters Michael Rowland (left) and Tony Armstrong (right) felt the earthquake’s tremors in the broadcaster’s television studios in Melbourne.Geoscience Australia, the Australian government agency that reports on significant earthquakes, said the earthquake was detected at 9:15am and was 10-kilometres deep.Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said there were no reports of serious injuries as of Wednesday morning. Credit: ABC News Breakfast via Storyful
Police in Virginia say they've charged a 15-year-old boy in a shooting that wounded two fellow students at their high school
Morning mail: Australia-US ties strengthen, Labor captain’s pick controversy, pandemic photography. Wednesday: Biden hails alliance while Paris fumes after Aukus deal. Plus: exhibition showcases isolation around the nation
Netflix said a full trailer for Britney vs Spears will arrive on Wednesday.
He was joined in the winners room by Amy Allen, Fraser T Smith and Lianne La Havas.
Mark Mukasey had been representing son of former president in civil fraud case
High Court judge orders a search of former health secretary’s messages
Conservative MP Jerome Mayhew raised concerns following an independent report into the deaths of people at Cawston Park Hospital, in Norfolk.