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The Pentagon apologised for a "tragic mistake" after admitting that a drone strike in Kabul last month killed only civilians, not an ISIS-K extremist as first believed.View on euronews
‘I’ve never been refused service before, and it hurts. It hurts really bad’
Digested week: start with a Monday from hell and go from there. The pandemic continues to be a ball-ache but we were given a tiny and surprising point of light
As France stands poised to take on the rotating presidency of the European Union, we speak to the Minister for European Affairs, Clément Beaune. In recent weeks, there have been heated words between Paris and London over several issues, including irregular migration across the English Channel.
Showtime's periodic political series “The Circus” returns on Sunday into both a familiar and changed political climate
Alex Murdaugh has been accused of arranging his own death, conspiring to commit insurance fraud, and embezzling up to $4 million. And that isn’t the half of it
Strictly Come Dancing’s Dan Walker was rushed to A&E when he bashed his head on a glass window during training. The BBC Breakfast presenter shared a mask selfie from the hospital ward on Friday. After whacking my noggin on the big glass window yesterday I got sent to A & E today because I was feeling a bit wobbly.
Republican accused of building a ‘wall’ of bodies from state’s Covid dead, as cases continue to climb
France plunged into an unprecedented diplomatic crisis with the United States and Australia on Friday after it recalled its ambassadors from both countries over a trilateral security deal which sank a French-designed submarine contract with Canberra.
The headline item is Girl With Balloon (Colour AP – Gold), which could sell for more than a million.
Keep left: plan to direct Adelaide pedestrians to stay in their lane sparks unexpected culture warOne woman’s modest mission to restore law and order to the streets has divided a city Adelaide councillor Anne Moran’s push for signs to ‘help redirect pedestrian movement’ has divided a city. Photograph: Morgan Sette/AAP
Comer’s performance as a care home nurse is earning the ‘Killing Eve’ actor rave reviews
This week’s new entertainment releases include new albums from rapper Diddy and “Star Trek” star William Shatner, as well as Melissa McCarthy playing a grief-stricken mother in the Netflix drama “The Starling.”
A statue of Christopher Columbus that was taken down from Mexico City's central boulevard won't be going back up for months
‘They’re terrified’: how Melbourne’s City of Hume became the centre of Victoria’s Delta outbreak. Amid frustration at Covid spreading despite lockdown, local grassroots solutions are being found to boost jab rates and care for those in need
Four passengers are orbiting at an altitude of more than 360 miles
The British government announced a major simplification of its rules for international travel on Friday, heeding complaints from travelers and businesses that its regulations aimed at staving off the spread of COVID-19 were cumbersome and ineffective. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said the “simpler, more straightforward system” would allow “more people to travel, see loved ones or conduct business around the world while providing a boost for the travel industry.”He said the changes were possi
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Scotland’s NHS crisis has become so bad that GPs say they need a Nightingale hospital to cope, with 200 British troops set to be called in to prop up the SNP-run health service.
Eldest daughter says family was set to celebrate mother’s 53rd birthday on Thursday