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Rock legend Jimi Hendrix died 51 years ago on 18 September, 1970.
Paris is furious after the UK-US deal to supply Australian navy with nuclear submarines led to cancellation of contract with France.
An influential US government advisory panel has rejected plans to give COVID-19 booster jabs to most Americans - only backing them for people aged 65 and over, and those at high risk of severe disease. The decisions were made by a committee of experts who advise the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and deliver a huge blow to the Biden administration. US President Joe Biden announced a plan, around a month ago, to offer booster jabs of both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to nearly all Americans eight months after they get their second dose.
A copy of the Nuremberg Chronicle, an early example of a mechanically printed book, is to go under the hammer in Edinburgh.
A grand jury in California has indicted two police officers on felony assault charges in the alleged beating of an unresisting Black teenager last year
UK’s international rules overhauled to be made easier for travellers
A set of empty chairs and desks at the U.N. headquarters is symbolizing the coronavirus pandemic's toll on education
The World Bank has dropped a popular report that ranked countries by how welcoming they are to businesses after allegations that it bowed to pressure from China and other governments
Algerian state television says former Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who fought for independence from France and was ousted from power in 2019 amid pro-democracy protests, has died at age 84
A Los Angeles jury has reached a verdict in the lengthy murder trial of New York real estate heir Robert Durst
The bizarrely proportioned home is said to be the result of a feud between brothers
An endangered red panda kit has been named after undergoing her first health check at a UK zoo. Ruby was born in July at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland's Edinburgh Zoo.
Firefighters battling to protect the world's biggest tree from wildfires ravaging the parched United States said Friday they are optimistic it can be saved.
Millions of cattle were culled in the UK in the 1990s during a BSE epidemic.
France says it is immediately recalling its ambassadors to the U.S. and Australia after Australia scrapped a big French conventional submarine purchase in favor of nuclear subs built with U.S. technology
A Utah county sheriff said Friday detectives have determined there is no connection between the disappearance of a Florida woman who went missing during a cross-country trip with her boyfriend and a still-unsolved slaying of two women who were fatally shot
A statue of Christopher Columbus that was taken down from Mexico City's central boulevard won't be going back up for months
While the risk of severe <a href="/topic/covid-19">Covid-19</a> after vaccination remains low, some people remain more vulnerable than others, research shows
The plea comes as thousands of students are arriving at university campuses across the UK for the start of term.
The board that oversees Arizona’s most populous county has scheduled a special Friday afternoon meeting where members may announce whether they will comply with a state Senate subpoena to hand over its computer routers to contractors conducting an unprecedented partisan review of 2020 election results