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The head of Islamic State in the Greater Sahara, who was wanted for deadly attacks on US soldiers and foreign aid workers, has been killed in an operation by French troops. Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi was “neutralised by French forces”, President Emmanuel Macron tweeted early Thursday.“This is another major success in our fight against terrorist groups in the Sahel,” Macron said, without giving the location or details of the operation.The jihadist leader was behind the killing of French aid worke
Major moves within the Government feature on many of the front pages on Thursday.
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Cuba has released the draft of a new family code that would allow same-sex to marry and adopt as well as give children greater participation in decisions that affect them
The royal family are used to the world being fascinated about their every move, every story about their private life and especially every potential scandal. The only saving grace was a busy day in Westminster. The High Court getting involved in the Prince Andrew case, more senior staff stepping down from the Prince's Foundation over claims of "rogue activity" in relation to fundraising, and the Met police announcing they wouldn't be opening an investigation into Martin Bashir's Panorama interview with Princess Diana.
Few Democrats are surprised to see Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom swat down a Republican-driven recall campaign in bright-blue California
‘Despicable’: Sydney police stop Muslim mourners from watching funerals from carsNSW police say people were in breach of public health orders as four men arrested at Rookwood cemeteryFollow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesNSW Covid vaccination rate by postcode – check your suburbNSW restrictions; border restrictionsCovid vaccine rollout and rates tracker; cases, trends and data trackerGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing Police standing at Rookwood cemetery Photograph:
The four people on SpaceX's first private flight are fairly ordinary, down-to-Earth types brought together by chance
Alaska has reported its highest number of new COVID-19 cases, a day after the state’s largest hospital announced it had entered crisis protocol and started rationing care
Pro-Palestinian protests outside a Jewish synagogue in Michigan are protected by the Constitution's First Amendment
‘Study Newsom’s playbook’: what Democrats – and Republicans – can learn from California’s recall. Governor’s strategy could help Democrats in some states but also offers them a warning
A California county has paid $11 million to a man who spent two decades in prison after being wrongly convicted of murdering his girlfriend in 1998
Cold war echoes as Aukus alliance focuses on China deterrenceAnalysis: military alliance is more wide-ranging than Five Eyes agreement and may come to define future approach to Indo-Pacific securityUS, UK and Australia forge military alliance to counter China US officials said the Aukus alliance was about ‘sustaining and improving deterrence’, but the west will need China’s help in other global problems, such as the climate crisis. Photograph: Oliver Contreras/EPA
Pep Guardiola celebrated his side's goal-scoring ability following Manchester City’s remarkable 6-3 victory over 10-man Leipzig. “I’m delighted and happy and thankful for these incredible players,” said Guardiola. “It was a real tough game. “But the first game at home is so important to win. We scored a lot of goals and in the last three games we have scored 16. “For the fans that is nice to give them. Now we rest and think of Southampton.”
Olympic gymnast Simone Biles held back tears on Wednesday, as she told lawmakers how the FBI and U.S. gymnastic and Olympic officials failed to stop the sexual abuse that she and hundreds of other athletes suffered from former doctor Larry Nassar. “To be clear, I blame Larry Nassar and I also blame an entire system that enabled and perpetrated his abuse,” she said before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee alongside fellow gymnasts McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman and Maggie Nichols.Biles added that
The head of Islamic State in the Greater Sahara, Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi, has been killed by French forces, President Emmanuel Macron tweeted early Thursday.
Raab and Gove lose out as Truss promoted in reshuffle High noon for ministers who fell short of expectations Another first for Truss as she arrives at the top table Exclusive: Get ready for a general election, says Dowden Britain will help Australia build subs to counter China Coronavirus latest news: Travel traffic light system set for shake-up in time for October half term
World leaders will have to be vaccinated against the coronavirus to speak at the U.N. General Assembly’s big meeting next week
A house where drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman narrowly avoided arrest was scooped by a mystery winner in a special lottery held by the Mexican government on Wednesday.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) -A billionaire e-commerce executive and three less-wealthy private citizens chosen to join him blasted off from Florida on Wednesday aboard a SpaceX rocket ship and soared into orbit, the first all-civilian crew ever to circle the Earth from space. A SpaceX webcast of the launch showed Isaacman, 38, and his crewmates - Sian Proctor, 51, Hayley Arceneaux, 29, and Chris Sembroski, 42 - strapped into the pressurized cabin of their gleaming white SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule, dubbed Resilience, wearing their helmeted black-and-white flight suits.