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On the corner of a street in Jackson, Mississippi, America's reckoning with abortion is up close and raw.
Ukraine will dominate the agenda at the G7 summit in Germany on Monday.
It was a sun-drenched love affair between Diana Ross and revellers at Glastonbury on Sunday when the U.S. singer played in the "legends" slot on the final day of the festival. Ross, who is 78, was due to play Glastonbury in 2020 before the pandemic caused the festival to be cancelled for two years. Ross followed in the footsteps of Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie and Kylie Minogue in the Sunday afternoon slot, one of the biggest draws at Worthy Farm.
Grieving family and friends paid their last respects Sunday to British journalist Dom Phillips, who was murdered in the Amazon earlier this month along with an Indigenous expert.
Angharad Williamson, 31, John Cole, 40, and a youth were each convicted of murdering Logan Mwangi following a trial at Cardiff Crown Court.
Analysis: A price cap on Russian oil and potential famine in Africa are among issues pressing for attention
As Pride month comes to an end, Scotland’s leading youth activist for LGBT rights, Amy Winter - who’s also a member of the Scottish Youth Parliament - talks to our Writer at Large Neil Mackay about what it’s really like to be a young LGBT person in Scotland today
The portrait will be displayed at the National Portrait Gallery when it reopens in 2023.
Climate is the subject of a mesmerisingly subtle Artangel installation – but as the theme for the RA’s annual sprawl, it produces mostly disappointing results
UK may face significant flu epidemic alongside Covid, vaccines expert warns
The inquiry was launched on the second anniversary of the stabbings at the Park Inn hotel in Glasgow.
People working from home are facing "clear disruption" to internet services as thousands of BT workers vote this week to go on strike. As many as 45,000 engineers and call centre staff will decide whether to begin industrial action in as little as two weeks’ time. This makes up the vast majority of the company’s 58,000-strong frontline workforce. Insiders said there would be “clear disruption” to services, with some engineers unable to install phone lines or repair faulty services. Customers may
The former Beatle became the festival’s oldest solo headliner during his electrifying set on the Pyramid Stage.
According to local authorities, a Russian missile hit a shopping mall in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, on Monday, June 27. The acting governor of the Poltava region, Dmitry Lunin, confirmed there were at least 10 dead and 40 injured.This footage uploaded to Facebook by Sergey Kruk, the head of Ukraine’s State Emergency Service (SES), shows rescuers attempting to put out a fire at the mall and removing rubble from the site.In a caption accompanying the footage, Kruk said that response groups are already in place and that they will post further updates later.President Zelensky released a statement condemning the strike, saying there were “more than a thousand civilians” at the location. "The number of victims is impossible to imagine,” Zelensky said. Credit: State Emergency Service via Storyful
Sally Bolton, chief executive of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, told reporters that changes to the schedule mean a ‘record crowd’ is expected.
Gunner Sophie Madden was pronounced dead at the scene in Kent by paramedics
Labour has said pupils should receive face-to-face, professional careers guidance while at school.
Boris Johnson is among the leaders to arrive in Bavaria, Germany for the G7 summit hosted by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.
Ukraine's richest man filed a lawsuit against Russia at Europe’s top human rights court on Monday, seeking compensation over what he has said are billions of dollars in business losses since Russia's invasion. Rinat Akhmetov, owner of the Azovstal steelworks in the city of Mariupol where Ukrainian fighters defied weeks of Russian bombardment, sued Russia for "grievous violations of his property rights" at the European Court of Human Rights, his System Capital Management (SCM) holding company said. It said Akhmetov was also seeking a court order "preventing Russia from engaging in further blockading, looting, diversion and destruction of grain and steel" produced by his companies.
Tens of thousands take to the streets for pride parades in Bolivia, Chile, Guatemala, Peru, Philippines and Ukraine.