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A BRITISH train operating company has launched a new community fund to provide grants to areas of social need.
A 21-year-old Russian soldier told a court on Friday he had not wanted to kill an unarmed civilian and that he sincerely repented, as he delivered his final words at the first war crimes trial arising from Russia's Feb. 24 invasion. Vadim Shishimarin, a tank commander, has pleaded guilty to killing Oleksandr Shelipov, a 62-year-old civilian, in the northeast Ukrainian village of Chupakhivka on Feb. 28. Shishimarin is accused of firing several shots with an assault rifle at a civilian's head from a car after being ordered to do so.
Rebekah Vardy blamed Wayne Rooney’s “Mrs Manager” for claims about her role in the Euro 2016 tournament, a string of newly released messages from the Wagatha Christie libel trial have revealed.
Never mind this sci-fi mystery’s plot about a portal to another planet – the scenes where the Hollywood legends play a devoted, ageing couple are so special you resent it when they’re off screen
A drugs runner who played a "significant role" in dealing Class A drugs to vulnerable users in Chippenham, Calne and Corsham has been jailed for almost four years.
Carpet bombing is indiscriminate - devastatingly destructive and utterly random. The town in eastern Ukraine's Donbas has seen its topography alter dramatically in the last 72 hours as the Russians intensify their assault on the region.
Car owners have been warned to turn on their anti-theft trackers or risk missing out on insurance payouts if their vehicle is stolen.
University of Essex pilot study suggests being outdoors can help self-esteem and wellbeing
Charles Leclerc dominated the opening two practice sessions for the Spanish Grand Prix on Friday to suggest Ferrari’s new upgrades will help take the title fight to Red Bull. Leclerc topped the timesheets for the opening hour-long session followed just hundredths of a second behind by teammate Carlos Sainz.
A court in India has dismissed a request to open locked rooms in the Taj Mahal in a search for Hindu idols in the 17th century wonder. On 12 May, Allahabad High Court threw out the petition of a politician from the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), saying the reopening of 22 rooms – locked decades ago for security reasons – must be decided by historians.“It is not for the court to direct what subject needs to be researched or studied,” it ruled as BJP lawmaker Diyva Kumari added the Taj Mahal
Foreign Secretary says topics of conversation ranged from the peace treaty to ‘the importance of free trade’ and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Services provided by a major rail journey provider are cancelled today.
RAVENGLASS and Eskdale Railway will officially unveil the two new camping coaches at a special launch ceremony on Monday 23 May, hosted by British Railway Historian and TV presenter Tim Dunn.
Ukrainian officials have claimed Russia has lost 28,000 troops since the beginning of the invasion
Death toll has risen to 66 but Kim Jong-un has reportedly appreciated governemnt’s efforts to stop wave
The Prime Minister’s father, a former MEP, said he is ‘absolutely delighted’ to have acquired the nationality.
A cortege followed as a horse-drawn hearse arrived at the church for the funeral of Katie Kenyon.
Leicester moved closer to sealing top spot in the Premiership with a 27-5 victory over Newcastle
The First Minister said she had been experiencing ‘mild symptoms’ on Friday evening.
Nicola Sturgeon has tested positive for coronavirus. Scotland's first minister said she had been experiencing mild symptoms on Friday evening and will continue to work from home for the next few days. "Unfortunately I've tested positive for COVID this evening after experiencing mild symptoms," she tweeted.