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The well-known whistleblower is concerned about putting the state at the center of crypto transactions.
Archaeologists have found the "best physical evidence for a crucifixion in the Roman world" at a Cambridgeshire housing estate.
Daunte Wright is survived by a two-year-old son
Rajan the last ocean-swimming elephant: Jody MacDonald’s best photograph. ‘He had been used for logging on the Andaman Islands. When I found him, he was 60, living in retirement – and loving his swims’
The doctor said that while less severe, the omicron variant is still highly transmissible
A survey found nearly two-thirds of people think the UK should be one of the most ambitious countries when it comes to tackling climate change.
Lighthouse battered by huge waves as Storm Barra creates treacherous conditions
New coronavirus infections in South Korea exceeded 7,000 for the first time since the start of the pandemic as hours-long lines snaked around testing stations in the capital Seoul amid a worsening virus crisis
No 10 Christmas party: a look into the government’s festive scandal
As partygoers dance in front of the DJ booth at a techno party in Bogota, some people gather around a table with a bright light. They are getting their drugs tested to make sure they are consuming what they paid for and aren't taking anything that contains dangerous alterations.
Video has emerged of the prime minister’s former spokesperson laughing and joking with government officials about that Christmas party Johnson still swears never happened. Meanwhile, a letter about dogs in Afghanistan has also proven something so contemptible it’s almost surreal
Events in No 10 a year ago have come back to haunt Boris Johnson
Care for creation unites every person in this room, Anthony Albanese tells faith summit
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is isolating after coming in contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus
Humza Yousaf said he was having weekly meetings to discuss the issue.
Country now accounts for a quarter of all jailed journalists in the world
A major character is killed off in the new series - but who is it?
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin has apologised after she went clubbing despite knowing she had come in contact with her foreign minister who tested positive for Covid. Marin said she decided not to cut her night out short on Saturday after being told she had been exposed to the coronavirus the day before. Other members of her cabinet faced criticism too, as her economic Affairs Minister Mika Lintila attended a floorball match between Finland and Latvia on Sunday despite being advised to avoid contact with others, Helsingin Sanomat newspaper reported on Wednesday.
The singer-songwriter worked with guitar maker George Lowden to create a signature instrument to mark his ‘coming of age’ album Equals.
People queue outside a COVID-19 testing station Wednesday near Seoul Station as South Korea's number of daily new coronavirus infections hit another record, surpassing 7000 cases, according to the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency.View on euronews
A Malaysian appeals court will deliver its verdict on Wednesday on a bid filed by former Prime Minister Najib Razak to overturn his conviction in a case linked to a corruption scandal at state fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB). Najib, who was voted out of office in 2018, has pleaded not guilty to dozens of charges over his involvement in the alleged theft of billions of dollars from 1MDB, a state fund he co-founded as premier in 2009. In the first of several trials, the 68-year-old was sentenced to 12 years in prison and fined $50 million last year after being found guilty of criminal breach of trust, abuse of power and money laundering for illegally receiving about $10 million from SRC International, a former unit of now-defunct 1MDB.