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‘If there is an attack... the price [for Russia] will be very high,’ said Emmanuel Macron
Kathryn Stone said it had been a ‘really challenging time’ after coming under-fire for her handling of a number of probes.
The flag can now be used on sports jerseys, sporting grounds and websites without payment of a fee
The Biden administration has issued its first clean energy loan guarantee, reviving an Obama-era program that disbursed billions of dollars in guarantees to help launch the country’s first utility-scale wind and solar farms a decade ago but has largely gone dormant in recent years
The NAHT school leaders’ union said the Government needs to review its plans to make sure exams are fair.
Parklife has announced its lineup and dates for the 2022 edition of the festival – and tickets go on sale this week.
If peatlands across Britain keep drying out, ‘we will lose our heritage’, archaeologists have warned.
A former South Carolina police officer who apologized after attacking a Black man without provocation at a traffic stop last year is seeking for a jury to acquit him of a misdemeanor charge stemming from the incident
FASHION FEATURES: As And Just Like That begins to wrap up its first season, Laura Hampson charts all the nods it’s made to its turn of the century counterpart
Speaking exclusively to Channel 4 News, US NATO Ambassador Julianne Smith has warned President Putin there will be dire consequences if he moves Russian troops into Ukraine.
Brody Dalle testifies that Josh Homme head-butted her so hard she ‘saw stars’. Dalle gave her testimony against the Queens of the Stone Age frontman on the first day of a trial over their competing domestic violence restraining orders
More than 1,300 reports of needle spiking have been made to police forces in less than six months.
When even The Wolseley, the grand London restaurant fabled for its full English fry-up, served with toast on a rack and a silver-plated tea pot, is in danger of shutting up shop, it’s time to worry. The old-fashioned breakfast – once a home habit or a on-the-way-to-work treat has fallen out of favour and might never recover.
The blast occurred early on Wednesday morning and caused a fire in the building.View on euronews
Boris Johnson has previously denied having any part in the decision.
The prime minister was criticised over his retort to SNP leader Ian Blackford, who called on him to resign over the Partygate scandal.
Letters: The Tory belief that private home ownership can solve the housing crisis is deeply flawed, writes Mike Lambert, while Bernie Evans calls for more help for private sector tenants. Plus views from both sides of the buy-to-let debate
Europe's busiest airport in Istanbul welcomed its first flight in 24 hours on Tuesday and Greece declared a public holiday as the eastern Mediterranean neighbours began digging themselves out of a rare snowstorm that ground their capitals to a halt.
The Slovak flying car, AirCar, manufactured by Klein Vision, has received its certificate of airworthiness.View on euronews
Images released by the People's Protection Units (YPG), a Kurdish militia, show what they say are their fighters deployed inside Hasakeh's Ghwayran prison, hunting down armed jihadists.