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The fifth edition has kicked off against the odds after a fire broke out on the red carpet on Wednesday. View on euronews
Netflix has fired an employee for disclosing confidential financial information about what it paid for Dave Chappelle's controversial comedy special "The Closer," which has been criticised for making fun of transgender people.
In a hot and stuffy room at her house in Hanoi, Tran Thanh Thuc holds up a delicate silk scarf and begins snipping it into tiny pieces, ready to paste onto her works of art. For four decades, Thuc has been recreating Vietnamese landscapes using vibrant shades of fabric cut from scarves, traditional ao dai -- or whatever material she could find during years of poverty in the 1980s.
Early investigations suggest a potential link to Islamist extremism, according to the Metropolitan Police
The traffic light system has been given a face lift and Covid testing requirements have been changed to make it easier for people to travel. Forty-seven countries were removed from the red list at 4am on Monday, meaning arrivals from those locations will no longer need to spend 11 nights in a quarantine hotel. How does the traffic light system work now?
A New Zealand woman did her best Bruce Bogtrotter impression in Auckland, eating an entire three-tier Japanese cheesecake in under five minutes.Auckland-based competitive eater and model Nela Zisser can often be found making her way through outrageous food challenges.“It’s, like, so creamy,” Zisser says in the video as she eats the cheesecake, which she bought from Uncle Tetsu’s and decorated herself.She managed to scarf down the dessert in just four minutes and 55 seconds without the help of any liquids.Zisser’s YouTube account chronicles such food feats as wolfing down 10 Burger King Whoppers in 17 minutes, devouring a 1-kg burrito in just under 100 seconds, and consuming a 2.2-pound jar of Nutella in under four minutes. Credit: Nela Zisser via Storyful
Police probe whether David Amess specially targeted for killingCounter-terrorist officers say attack on MP linked to Islamist extremism Tributes to Conservative MP David Amess near the Belfairs Methodist church in Leigh-on-Sea where he died on Friday. Photograph: Alberto Pezzali/AP
Stirring image of striking worker Jason Schultz praised for being ‘worth a thousand words’
X-ray body scanners have prevented more than 10,000 attempts to smuggle contraband - including weapons, drugs and phones - into prisons in just over a year. The government introduced the equipment in men's prisons in England and Wales in 2020. The 74 scanners allow prison staff to check whether inmates are hiding anything inside their bodies and have detected drugs including spice and morphine that were destined for prison wings.
Tributes flooded Twitter for the father-of-five, who was a well-known animal lover and campaigner.
“I needed to be completely independent from her as soon as I graduated high school.”
Tamzin Outhwaite has opened up about her miscarriages after watching Myleene Klass's new documentary — saying she felt "a sense of shame".
President Joe Biden plans to highlight his plan to lower the cost of child care for most American families as he makes the case for his stalled social spending bill during a visit to Connecticut
China and other major polluters have a “moral duty” to step up the battle against global warming, a Cabinet minister said on Friday as pressure grew on President Xi Jinping to attend COP26. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps warned that countries that snub the summit in Glasgow will be seen as “outliers”, with the “world watching” what action political leaders will take to stop floods, fires and other climate change disasters. It came as the Queen gave permission for Buckingham Palace to be lit up in green to send a signal around the world that Britain is embracing the fight against global warming.
Let her finish: interruptions of female justices led to new supreme court rulesJustice Sonia Sotomayor said oral argument rules were revamped after a study found women were more prone to being interrupted Justice Sonia Sotomayor said the new rules had had an ‘enormous impact’: ‘I … found that my colleagues are much more sensitive than they were before.’ Photograph: Erin Schaff/AP
One year on from the gruesome killing of French schoolteacher Samuel Paty, murdered by an Islamist militant for having shown cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in a class on freedom of expression, students and teachers spoke to FRANCE 24 about how that unspeakable event affected them. On October 16, 2020, Samuel Paty, a history and geography teacher, was stabbed and beheaded near his school in the town of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, near Paris. The perpetrator was 18-year-old Abdoullakh Anzorov, a R
A government watchdog group says it has filed an ethics complaint against White House press secretary Jen Psaki for a comment she made earlier this week about Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe
Home Secretary Priti Patel has asked all police forces to immediately review security arrangements for MPs following the death of Sir David Amess. Following the killing of Sir David at his constituency surgery in Essex on Friday afternoon, Ms Patel chaired a meeting of police, security and intelligence agencies and also spoke to House of Commons' Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle. "The home secretary has asked all police forces to review security arrangements for MPs with immediate effect and will provide updates in due course," a spokesman for Ms Patel said.
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The Brexit brawl has kicked into high gear, almost a year after a deal on a free trade agreement was supposed to have officially sealed the separation between the European Union and the United Kingdom