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Justice has finally caught up with Robert Durst, a New York real estate scion who spent half a lifetime seeking to explain away a string of shocking deaths, after he was convicted of the murder of his best friend.
Athletes including Hollyoaks actors Jazmine Franks and David Tag joined a host of runners to create a giant drawing across Liverpool and Manchester.
Nike and Amazon among brands advertising on Covid conspiracy sitesHousehold names may have unwittingly helped spread fake news, investigation reveals An investigation found ads for Amazon Pharmacy on more than 30 websites that spread Covid misinformation and conspiracy theories. Photograph: Andre M Chang/ZUMA Wire/REX/Shutterstock
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador wants to leave questions of human rights and democracy to the United Nations, as part of his continuing criticisms of the Organization of American States
The owners of a horse killed after the lorry it was in broke down on a smart motorway have called for the hard shoulder to be reinstated.
More than a million people in England will receive an invitation to book their COVID-19 booster jab. Texts will be sent out on Monday, while letters will be posted to those who are eligible for a third coronavirus vaccine dose later in the week, NHS England said. Around 1.5 million people will be contacted and encouraged to use the National Booking Service.
Visits to the wrapped version of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris are being allowed for the first time this weekend - and thousands of curious admirers have been taking advantage to check out Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s installation close up.View on euronews
Art of neon: light flickers on old British craft, but new show aims to keep it alive. Major exhibition will reveal how neon went from the staple of brash advertising to an art form
One of the country’s top abortion-rights activists is warning that the Supreme Court’s recent inaction on Texas’ extremely restrictive new abortion law could signal the end of judicial checks and balances on the issue
‘Universal free provision will end’ in England and ‘individuals and businesses will bear the cost’, government says
Most schools in the capital Kabul have stayed shut since the Taliban captured the city just over a month ago. Taliban officials say they will not return to the fundamentalist policies - including a ban on girls receiving an education - when they last ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001. Nazife, a teacher at a private school in Kabul which had mixed classrooms before the Taliban takeover, said they had made changes in order to reopen.
The Biden administration was on Saturday preparing to send thousands of Haitian immigrants who have gathered under a bridge in a Texas border city back to their Caribbean homeland.
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House Speaker tells GOP, ‘take back your party’
Fred Dakota has died at age 84 after creating a milestone for Native American gambling by opening a garage casino in Michigan in the 1980s
The build-up to next week’s Labour conference seems familiar: the party leader hopes ‘one more heave’ will be enough
The risks of catching the virus at home are ‘relatively high’ said Dr Simon Clarke, as travel rules were changed.
On a visit to Conakry following the 5 September putsch, Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo and Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara say they had 'very frank' talks with the putschists' leader, Colonel Mamady Doumbouya. They were also able to meet with former President Alpha Condé, who is still being detained by the coup's plotters.
The famous horticultural event takes place next week.
Nadine Dorries should write what she likes. And I’ll read what I likeHigh brow, low brow – for heaven’s sake, just pick up a book Prolific author and new culture secretary, Nadine Dorries, attends her first cabinet meeting. Photograph: Mark Thomas/REX/Shutterstock