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Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries visits the Worcestershire Medal Service in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, where the Queen's Platinum Jubilee medal is being struck ahead of next year's celebrations. The medal will be awarded to serving frontline staff with five years' service, including police, fire, paramedic and prison staff and armed forces personnel. Exclusive footage of the previously unseen medal and interviews with Nadine Dorries and Worcestershire Medal Service chief executive Phil McDermott.
Exiled Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont "must be brought to justice," Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says, a day after the former regional head was arrested in Italy after fleeing Spain.
The Queen came up with ideas for the London 2012 Olympics James Bond skit herself, Daniel Craig has revealed.
Friends say 28-year-old teacher was on way to first date when attack took place
Ministers are meeting for urgent talks on how to address the current shortage of lorry drivers, after the transport secretary told Sky News motorists should "carry on as normal" when it comes to buying petrol after some companies and operators reported fuel supply issues.
A videographer made an unexpected friend in an overly affectionate goat while he was working to document the Fawn Fire burning in Redding, California, on Friday, September 24.Alekz Londos can be heard telling the goat “well I didn’t say that was alright” as his new pal stroked his leg with his head, before sighing and saying “I feel kinda violated right now” in a mockingly unamused tone.Londos suspected the goat had been set free by its owner so it could run from the approaching flames, should the wildfire encroach upon the land.The Fawn Fire reached 9,850 acres on Friday, according to officials, with at least 25 structures destroyed, and new mandatory evacuation orders issued. Credit: Alekz Londos via Storyful
Tropical Storm Sam is expected to reach hurricane status by Friday
PARIS (Reuters) -French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian told U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Thursday it would take "time and actions" to restore confidence in ties after a crisis triggered by Australia's cancellation of a submarine contract with Paris. France was incensed by Australia's decision last week to opt instead for a deal with the United States and Britain to purchase nuclear-powered submarines, and it recalled its ambassadors to Washington and Canberra for consultations. The meeting of Blinken and Le Drian came after U.S. President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron spoke by telephone on Wednesday and agreed to launch in-depth consultations to rebuild trust between the two NATO allies.
An Italian appeals court on Thursday overturned convictions in a major mafia trial, dismantling accusations that the state had colluded with Sicilian mobsters after a deadly wave of bombings in the 1990s. In a ruling read out in the Sicilian capital Palermo, Judge Angelo Pellino said three former police investigators and a close associate of former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi had not committed any crime in the case which had captivated Italy. However, he upheld guilty verdicts against two mobsters, including Leoluca Bagarella, a convicted killer for the Corleone mafia family.
The defendants, two boys and a girl who cannot be named because they are only 14 years old, had various roles in the attack in Reading on January 3.
Down in the polls and clambering for momentum as she makes a third bid for France's presidency, far-right leader Marine Le Pen suddenly finds herself on unfamiliar terrain: sharing the right-wing limelight with a pundit out for glory of his own. For months, Marine Le Pen has managed to keep pace with President Emmanuel Macron in poll after poll ahead of next April's presidential election. Whether France liked it or not, the pair appeared destined for a slow march towards a rematch of their 2017
The pair had a high-profile relationship in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
‘He doesn’t know me’: Verstappen hits back at Hamilton over pressure jibesWorld champion suggests his title rival is feeling pressureVerstappen leads title race by five points before Russian GP Max Verstappen has hit back sarcastically after Lewis Hamilton suggested he was feeling under pressure. Photograph: Xavi Bonilla/LiveMedia/REX/Shutterstock
Women accusing R Kelly of sexual abuse were motivated by money to lie and were little more than star-struck fans, a lawyer for the R&B star argued during the closing argument of his trial in New York. In his closing argument to the federal court, Kelly's lawyer, Deveraux Cannick, portrayed the singer's accusers as former fans and jilted lovers, hoping to cash in on his fame with book contracts and media appearances - such as in the 2019 documentary Surviving R Kelly.
“Sharmake was a kindhearted, gentle and a selfless individual.”
‘No family should go through what we are going through’ says Jebina Yasmin Islam
Intensifying volcanic explosions on the Spanish island of La Palma forced firefighters to retreat and authorities to evacuate three more towns on Friday, while airlines cancelled flights due to a cloud of gas and ash, the biggest since the volcano erupted. Firefighters pulled out of clean-up work in the town of Todoque on Friday afternoon as a new vent opened up in the flank of the volcano and videos shared on social media showed a massive shockwave emanating from the eruption site.A Reuters wit
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Puigdemont has been in exile in Belgium since 2017. Spain wants to put him on trial for his role in the 2017 Catalan independence referendum.View on euronews