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5/5 The orchestra was immaculate in a programme that premiered the composer’s earlier versions of his much-fiddled-with Fourth Symphony
The suspected gunman, an 18-year-old student, has been arrested.View on euronews
In parts of Ethiopia’s Tigray region, people now eat only green leaves for days
Last weekend, RuPaul also won two awards at the Creative Arts Emmys
"We've got a Kirkwood down!"
Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey grabbed a first TD of the new season.
The bodies were found in Killamarsh, near Sheffield.
Finance Minister Olaf Scholz, the frontrunner in Germany’s upcoming election, faces questions from lawmakers over an investigation of a unit of the country’s customs service that resulted in a recent police search at his ministry
A gunman opened fire in a university in the Russian city of Perm on Monday morning, leaving eight people dead and others wounded, according to Russia’s Investigative Committee
The Sex Education star bagged The Crown one of its seven wins on Sunday night.
Hong Kong election results are in: 1 opposition figure, 1499 pro-Beijing
The TV presenter has a six centimetre tumour in her left breast, and must have her lymph node tissue checked to find out if the disease has spread.
The accident happened near Loch Na Gainmhich in the far north of Scotland
‘Year after year, award show begins and then it ends, and you are left with rage,’ wrote one viewer
Barnaby Joyce backs ‘incredibly intelligent’ Christian Porter for eventual return to frontbench. Acting PM says Porter ‘had a bad day at the wicket’, but may return as a minister as he hadn’t done anything illegal in accepting anonymous funds
Tell-tale signs they’re feeling the ‘ick’ or just not really after a relationship. By Liz Connor.
(Reuters) -Britain's SSE has not made a decision to split itself up, the renewable power and networks group said on Monday in response to a newspaper report that it was close to doing so after months of pressure from U.S. activist investor Elliott. A source close to the situation confirmed that Elliott was one of the top five investors in the blue-chip company, holding a stake just under the 5% threshold that would require formal disclosure. SSE, which declined to comment on Elliott's reported involvement or stakeholding, said it would update investors on growth plans in due course.
She was flying anticlockwise around mainland Britain
‘I was very thrown,’ tweeted one fan
Insulate Britain protesters block parts of the M25 for a fourth day, putting police under pressure from the Government to curb the actions more swiftly. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps called the demonstrations illegal and dangerous.