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Royal satire has softened over the last 300 years, but audiences are more sensitive to barbs against the institution.
Sudanese authorities have reported a coup attempt by a group of soldiers but said the attempt failed and that the military remains in control
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Giant ammonites once thrived on both sides of the Atlantic – in southern England and Mexico – before suffering the same fate as the dinosaurs.
Talent, beauty, youth and poise. ..The tennis star is guaranteed to make brands millions, says Chloe Street, but which luxury players will be the first to snap her up?
Jones recorded four touchdowns during a statement return-to-form Packers win over the Detroit Lions
Australia has lost about 30 per cent of its koalas over the past three years, hit by drought, bushfires and developers cutting down trees, the Australian Koala Foundation said. The foundation is now urging the government to do more to protect the creature's habitat. The independent non-profit group estimated the koala population has dropped to less than 58,000 this year from more than 80,000 in 2018, with the worst decline in the state of New South Wales, where the numbers have dropped by 41 per cent.
It has taken nearly six months for the total to climb from 150,000.
In his first speech as US president before the United Nations General Assembly, Joe Biden made no mention of scuttled submarine deals or French ambassadors recalled to Washington and Canberra. Instead, he talked up the ties that bind. So how artful a dodge was it? How high were the stakes in a speech where Biden also pledged he was not seeking a new Cold War? The US president called out many authoritarian regimes, but never mentioned China by name.
Across the country, the cladding scandal is coming a very stark human cost for hundreds of thousands of people.
Former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found unconscious on a park bench in Salisbury in March 2018.
Senior politicians in Germany have expressed shock over the weekend killing of a young gas station clerk who asked a customer to wear a face mask
John Paul and Lacey Bennett, Connie Gent and Terri Harris were found at a property in Killamarsh, near Sheffield, on Sunday.
The working from home revolution that came as a side effect of the pandemic attracted both support and resistance. Many workers felt relieved to cut out the hours and money they’d spent commuting to the office, while others worried about the loss of networking opportunities and career progression.
European allies rallied cautiously around France on Tuesday after the US and Australian decision to strip Paris of a submarine supply contract, but some warned the dispute should not torpedo trade talks.
Health Minister Robin Swann also cautioned against promising an end to restrictions, proposing a ‘proportionate approach’.
Thirty-five boxes are loaned out monthly by the Memory Box Project to homes, libraries and care homes.
British police say they are charging a third Russian suspect in the 2018 nerve agent attack on a former Russian agent in England
The White House has criticised images that show a US border patrol agent on horseback appearing to use a whip to threaten migrants. Press secretary Jen Psaki on Monday called the scenes "horrific" but added that more information was needed. In recent days, the mostly Haitian migrants have been crossing back and forth between Ciudad Acuna and the camp - hosting at least 10,000 migrants - to buy food and water, currently in short supply on the US side.
Scholz could be poised to lead the SDP to its first election victory since 2002. View on euronews