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London Bridge killer Usman Khan has been buried in Pakistan in his family’s ancestral village after objections in his local Muslim community to a burial in his home town.
Britain is bracing for gale force winds of up to 70mph this weekend, with a ferocious storm sparking severe weather warnings.An area of low pressure is expected to move from the West Country across to eastern regions on Sunday, battering the UK with heavy showers and storm force winds.
Donald Trump has once again intervened in the US Senate’s attempts to pass a bipartisan resolution recognising the Armenian genocide by directing a third Republican senator to block the motion.Kevin Cramer, a North Dakota Republican, was asked by the White House to block the resolution on Thursday, the senator said, just after the US president met with his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, at the Nato summit in London.
Viewers believe Boris Johnson narrowly won his head-to-head TV clash with Jeremy Corbyn, according to a snap poll.In a YouGov poll, 52 per cent of people said they believed the Tory leader won the final TV showdown on Friday night, while 48 per cent thought the Labour leader did.
On a clear afternoon in eastern Ukraine this autumn, Svetlana Sidorenko, 54, clutched her mouth and wept as men slowly unearthed the remains of her husband by a road five years after he was killed fighting for pro-Russian separatists. Far beneath the high politics as Russia and Ukraine prepare for talks that seem unlikely to turn a corner in the conflict between Kiev and separatists, Sidorenko and other residents of the provincial town of Ilovaisk are hoping for a breakthrough. There has been little sign of a peaceful solution despite a ceasefire agreement signed in February 2015 in Minsk.
Greta Thunberg says school strikes have 'achieved nothing'. The 4% rise in carbon emissions since 2015 shows not enough is being done, says activist
Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein: what you need to know. The relationship between the Queen’s son and the late wealthy sex offender may have been closer than previously realised
Anthony Joshua will hope to return to the top of three of boxing's four major organisational rankings when he takes on Andy Ruiz Jr in Saudi Arabia tonight.The Briton is out to reclaim his IBF, WBA (Super) and WBO heavyweight titles after Ruiz Jr stunned the boxing the world by taking him them from him last June.
If Tehran is pushed too far, it may hit out in ways that are disastrous. Netanyahu warns of impending catastrophe as US officials say short-range ballistic missiles secretly positioned in Iraq
Hungary's nationalist government plans to tighten control over theatres, in a move critics said could undermine their independence and stifle artistic freedom. According to draft legislation seen by Reuters on Friday, the government would set up a National Cultural Council, headed by a minister, with the task of "setting priorities and directions to be followed in Hungarian culture". Since Prime Minister Viktor Orban won power in 2010, his right-wing Fidesz party has rewritten Hungary's constitution, gained control of state media, and businessmen close to Orban and the party have built empires.
Why Texas’s fossil fuel support will ‘spell disaster’ for climate crisis. The state – which leads the way as US output of oil and gas is forecast to rise 25% in the next decade – is intensifying its production pipeline by pipeline
Nurses in Northern Ireland are on strike. The DUP and Sinn Féin are to blame. The Stormont deadlock has prevented health workers’ concerns being heard. They have no choice but to take action
Turkey will block final publication of a NATO defence plan for the Baltics and Poland until allies agree to designate the Syrian Kurdish YPG a terrorist group, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Friday. Two days after a NATO summit at which alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg announced that Turkey had withdrawn its objection, allowing plans to move forward, Cavusoglu said Ankara agreed to the next step in the process but had not given final approval.
The families of Grenfell Tower victims have welcomed the early retirement of London's fire chief as a "step forward".Dany Cotton, London Fire Brigade's commissioner, is to leave her role at the end of this month in the wake of criticism over the service's response to the fire.
An inquiry has been launched into why traffic was cleared to drive over the crossing in Norfolk despite a train approaching at 45mph.
Shane Sutton‘s evidence at the hearing of former Team Sky and British Cycling doctor Richard Freeman is admissible, a tribunal has ruled.Sutton, the former head coach at the two organisations, stormed out of the hearing at the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service in Manchester on November 12 after being angered by the questioning from Dr Freeman’s QC, Mary O’Rourke.
The 'Jagged Little Pill' singer is set to embark on an anniversary tour celebrating the album in June 2020.