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A restaurant in Saudi Arabia is offering patrons in the conservative kingdom a unique experience -- dishes with a side of skull and blood in the company of zombies and vampires.View on euronews
Most people are careless when it comes to covering their tracks
PM’s attempt to save career causing ‘immense damage to public trust’, says Labour leader
Mark Labbett storms off The Chase after losing in final chase
From new product recommendations to techniques, we consulted the skincare expert’s book to give our routine a reset
The low-cost airline said Omicron saw its load factor, a measure of how well it fills its planes, slump to 67% in December.
Brussels has proposed labelling natural gas and nuclear as green energy sources, prompting a furious backlash.View on euronews
The UK is considering sending hundreds more troops to bolster NATO's flank in eastern Europe ahead of any potential Russian invasion of Ukraine, Sky News understands. Britain has been in talks with the US about potential deployments as concern mounts over what action Russian President Putin may take as he continues to mass tens of thousands of troops and weaponry around Ukrainian borders. A Whitehall source stressed that no decision had yet been taken but that sending hundreds more British forces to "eastern Europe" was an option - "one of many".
A Russian scientist working at a German university who was arrested last year for spying for Russia shared information about Europe's Ariane space rocket programme, prosecutors said Thursday. The accused, identified only as Ilnur N., has been charged with suspected secret service activity, federal prosecutors said in a statement.Ilnur N. was working at a Bavarian university when he was contacted by Russian foreign intelligence service SVR in the autumn of 2019, they allege.He "passed on informat
A D-DAY hero who carried a wounded soldier over his shoulder for two miles while under fire has died aged 100.
The prime minister said he is not delaying the report from being released during a trip to Wales.
Aged care provider says it has ‘no faith’ in federal promise of rapid antigen tests. St Basil’s Homes in South Australia has written to residents and families to warn the tests are ‘like liquid gold’
Burkina Faso's new ruling junta held talks with union leaders on Thursday on the eve of a regional summit that could slap sanctions on the country for the overthrow of its elected president.
The Rapier missile system has been retired after 50 years of service.
Wyn Calvin, who has died aged 96, was invariably billed as “The Welsh Prince of Laughter” but he was also acclaimed “the Laurence Olivier of pantomime dames”.
Man who died at scene after being hit by car is named locally as victim’s ex-partner
Prosecutors dropped charges against an alleged teen drug dealer who claimed he was a modern-day slave.
Students, teachers and MPs explain why they believe the second reading of the Climate Education Bill is essential to the future of improving the teaching of environmental awareness in schools.
Sir Trevor Phillips will return with a new series, Common Ground, from March.
Sizzle up a feast and celebrate the year of the tiger with these carbon, cast-iron or non-stick pans