After Enrico's restaurant was destroyed by the Italian earthquake, another restaurant owner decided to change his life.
Problems identifying protesters on video hindered North Carolina prosecutors on Monday as they sought to hold demonstrators responsible for toppling a Confederate statue last summer. A judge dismissed the criminal cases against the first two defendants to appear in a series of individual trials, and he found a third not guilty. Prosecutors showed videos of protesters bringing out a ladder, attaching a rope and yanking down the statue in front of a Durham County government building in August 2017.
Sergio Aguero was involved in a confrontation with a Wigan fan as ugly scenes marred the end of the third-division side's shock FA Cup win over Manchester City on Monday. Fans spilled on to the pitch at DW Stadium as the host celebrated its 1-0 fifth-round win against the runaway English Premier League leader. Supporters from both clubs were involved in disturbances, while television pictures appeared to show a home supporter and striker Aguero involved in a physical exchange.
Farmers will get paid more cash for taking better care of their animals after Brexit, Michael Gove to say
The brother of a man who went missing more than a week ago while on his sibling's stag weekend in Hamburg says new CCTV images are a "positive" development in their continued search for him. Liam Colgan, 29, from Inverness, was last seen at 1.30am on Saturday 10 February in the Hamborger Veermaster bar in the Reeperbahn area of the city. Liam's brother Eamonn, who, along with his father and others, has stayed on in Hamburg to continue the search, said on Monday they confirmed a positive CCTV sighting of him at around 2.20am near the G&J building in Baumwall in the city.
President Donald Trump’s oldest son is planning on delivering a foreign policy speech on Indo-Pacific relations at an event with Indian Prime Ministers Narendra Modi during an upcoming visit to the country that has been called an “unofficial” trip. Donald Trump Jr is scheduled to make a trip to the country to promote his family’s real estate projects before delivering the speech alongside Mr Modi, according to the Washington Post. Mr Trump Jr has a full schedule in India starting Tuesday, including meet-and-greets with business leaders and investors from around India.
At first glance, the cost-benefit ratio of a blood-only diet suggests that vampire bats -- the only mammals to feed exclusively on the viscous, ruby-red elixir -- flew down an evolutionary blind alley.
The closures have led to complaints and ridicule from KFC customers. The fast food chain KFC has been forced to temporarily close most of its UK outlets after problems with a new delivery contract led to a chicken shortage. A total of 562 KFC outlets remained shut following a weekend of disruption that peaked on Sunday night at 646 closures.
An Apple Watch feature designed to save lives by alerting emergency services is wasting critical resources due to a rise in accidental calls, police have warned. Tim Smith, of the Ottawa County central dispatch, told Michigan news outlet WMEN.com that his 24-hour local branch now receives roughly 10 such calls a week. “[We] call back and find out, ‘oh, it was my Apple Watch, I was exercising or I hit it wrong or hit the wrong button,’” he said.
A gay couple who “kissed briefly” during a meal to mark Valentine’s Day walked out of the restaurant when its owner confronted them and said it was a “family-friendly” environment. Sam Anderson and Angus Reilly had been enjoying their dinner in The Mumbai Inn in Leicester and had moments earlier swapped gifts as part of their romantic celebration. Mr Anderson explained how they pair ended up kissing during their early Valentine’s Day meal last Monday – two days ahead of the official occasion – when they walked into The Mumbai Inn.
Latvian state TV reports that the country's central bank chief has been released from detention on bail pending an investigation into suspected bribery. The channel showed Ilmars Rimsevics speaking to reporters Monday evening and saying that he "rejects everything" that has been alleged about him. An Associated Press investigation found that a Latvian bank is accusing Rimsevics of seeking bribes for years, abusing his power and being connected to individuals involved in money laundering from Russia.
Five teens were charged with armed robbery and car theft after they threatened a man for his vehicle, using a knife and a hammer, and stole his Mercedes, leading police on a chase through greater Brisbane on February 18. Police released footage on February 20, showing the E400 car driving through areas south of Brisbane city, driving erratically and attempting to avoid capture by police, before crashing it at Acacia Ridge. Two boys fled in a Mitsubishi Magna stolen on February 16 from St Lucia, being driven by another boy, while the remaining boys fled on foot. All are facing charges. Credit: Queensland Police Service via Storyful
One of the 46 victims of "warped and sadistic" paedophile Matthew Falder has spoken of her "shame" at how 'Liz' - the name Falder used to masquerade on a marketplace website - snared her online. 'Liz' emailed at first after a few days saying that she had work, and asked if she could get a personal email because she didn't like the way the website's interface was, which wasn't unusual. The first messages made you feel like you were in control, 'Liz' was always saying "it's up to you" and "I understand if you don't want to".
Hardline Brexiteers were accused of “jeopardising” peace in Northern Ireland after they made dramatic claims the Good Friday Agreement was “not sustainable”.
Theresa May has hit out at university vice chancellors who take part in setting their own pay. The Prime Minister said she was “concerned” over a recent row about university leaders who take home many hundreds of thousands of pounds after having a say in determining their own salary. It comes after data release in response to a freedom of information request by the University and College Union (UCU) revealed 95 per cent of vice chancellors are either on the committee that sets their pay or are allowed to attend the meetings where the decision is made.
Minnesota officials will soon try to convince a jury that manufacturer 3M Co. should pay the state $5 billion to help clean up environmental damage that the state alleges was caused by pollutants the company dumped for decades. Experts say it could have wide-reaching implications if the state succeeds, in part because 3M and other companies legally dumped the chemicals for years in and outside Minnesota. The case focuses on the company's disposal of chemicals once used to make Scotchgard fabric protector and other products.
Michel Barnier held the "private discussion" with members of the Commons' Brexit select committee in Brussels on Monday. A source told Sky News the contents would be discussed by MPs ahead of an evidence hearing on the progress of Brexit talks on Wednesday. Among those who did go was Craig Mackinlay, who said the trip "had the feel of groundhog day".
French Holocaust survivor and rights icon Simone Veil, who died last year aged 89, will receive the rare honour of a burial in July at the Pantheon in Paris, the president's office said Monday.
Local high school students and protesters descended on the White House Monday to protest gun violence and inaction from Congress in the wake of another deadly mass shooting in Florida last week. Early in the protest, D.C. high schoolers participated in a "lie-in"—laying down on the ground motionless for three minutes at a time—to make "a statement on the atrocities that have been committed due to the lack of gun control," according to the Teens for Gun Reform Facebook group that publicized the protest. In a Facebook Live video, a reporter for BuzzFeed News estimated that 50 to 75 students were part of that demonstration.
Hero military veteran, 88, declares 'fear is not in my dictionary' as he saves woman from five knife-wielding robbers
Australia has said it would be open to the idea of the UK joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade bloc after Brexit. Julie Bishop, the country’s Foreign Affairs Minister, said during a visit to Britain that Australia could also sign a bilateral trade deal with the UK – but only if the Government sticks to its plan to leave the EU customs union.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has found a euthanasia drug in several brands of dog food, leading some brands to issue a voluntary recall and causing concern among pet owners. The FDA says that such a low level of this drug in pet food is unlikely to seriously harm pets. The FDA has recalled several brands of dog food that may contain a deadly euthanasia drug.