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Regency nip and tuck … ‘new’ Constable portrait reveals the artist’s diplomacy. The newly discovered painting of Emily Treslove, the artist’s neighbour, was redone to lose her double chin
Businesswoman is competing on the 2021 series of the BBC competition
As the Canadian prime minister stepped off his campaign bus at the University of Windsor’s campus, the feeble chants of "Trudeau, Trudeau" from his red-clad supporters were quickly drowned out by an angry crowd of anti-vaccine protesters.
Police said he sustained a ‘significant knife wound to the arm’
Sean Spicer claims press treats Jen Psaki better: ‘I walked into the lion’s den’Trump’s former press secretary makes remark to New York Times, saying Psaki ‘walks into a bunch of kittens’
The Faroe Islands has said it will review regulations governing its tradition of hunting dolphins after widespread uproar over the killing of more than 1,400 from a "super pod". Campaign group Sea Shepherd released footage showing hundreds of dead animals lying on a beach, while others were herded into shallow waters by boats and jet skis. The footage showed the water turn red as people killed the dolphins with knives for their meat and blubber.
France's Notre-Dame cathedral is finally ready to undergo restoration work more than two years after a blaze ravaged the heritage landmark, and remains on course to reopen in 2024, authorities said Saturday, following months of painstaking work to secure the building. The great mediaeval edifice survived the inferno on April 15, 2019, but the spire collapsed and much of the roof was destroyed.The focus until now had been on making the cathedral safe before restoration work could begin, which inc
Stones, bottles and traffic cones thrown as more than 260 people arrested
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.
‘There are so many narratives that float around about us,’ she said
The city’s most stylish are back
The former president’s 20-year-long rule ended in disgrace as he was pushed from power amid street protests when he decided to seek a new term
It withstood a 30-year siege by the English in the Hundred Years War and is now the most popular tourist attraction in France outside Paris and a Unesco World Heritage site.
Firefighters continued their efforts to contain the KNP Complex Fire burning in California’s Sequoia National Park, which officials said had grown to 11,365 acres by Saturday morning, September 18.More than 480 crew members were assigned to the fire, which was caused by lightning, the National Park Service said.This footage, taken Wednesday by Alekz Londos, shows a firefighting helicopter collecting water and dropping it over burning areas of forest.The park is home to thousands of giant sequoias, which can live for hundreds or thousands of years, surviving various fires and storms. However, experts say the trees are now at greater risk of death due to climate change and increases in the intensity of fires, NPR reported.On Thursday, the base of the largest known tree on earth, General Sherman, which is estimated to be more than 2,300 years old, was preventatively wrapped in fire-resistant aluminum foil. Credit: Alekz Londos via Storyful
Yemen’s Houthi rebels say they have executed nine people for their alleged involvement in the killing of a senior Houthi official in an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition more than three years ago
A person go into difficulty in the water off Perran Sands beach in Cornwall on Saturday morning.
In the past few weeks, South Carolina has set records for COVID-19 hospitalizations and new cases have approached peak levels of last winter
Scientists investigate hundreds of guillemot deaths on UK coastlineSeabird carcasses discovered along Northumberland, North Yorkshire and Scottish shores, with many more found emaciated Guillemots on the Isle of May in the Firth of Forth, Scotland. Photograph: Murdo MacLeod/The Guardian
Who says it’s no big deal if the Covid vaccine temporarily disrupts menstrual cycles? . It’s probably a minor effect of the immune response but it’s not a good look when the medical establishment can’t be bothered to notice
Sergeant Tony Webb, of West Midlands Police, was responding to reports of a disturbance in Birmingham.