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The then 19-year-old was handed a suspended four-month jail term but said she was pressured to retract her allegations.
Two American climbers die scaling cliffs in MallorcaBodies of men, aged 25 and 35, found close to caves near port of Portocolom The bay of Portocolom in Mallorca. The Guardia Civil confirmed the two men had been deep water soloing in nearby caves. Photograph: John-Patrick Morarescu/Zuma Wire/Rex/Shutterstock
A survey of 1,289 mothers of children ages 2 to 9 who either suffered from colic or cow's milk allergy (CMA) found nearly half of moms (49%) worried most about not finding a solution or relief for their baby, while 33% felt their baby's growth and development would be affected. The survey conducted by OnePoll on behalf of StoreBrand Formula found that nearly half of moms found their baby's prolonged crying to be the most frustrating aspect of parenting their finicky baby. Also, lack of sleep was
Voters will decide on September 26 whether to allow terminations within the first twelve weeks of pregnancy. View on euronews
New Royal College president urges pregnant women to get vaccinated after witnessing ‘heartbreaking’ scenes
Experts view the crackdown on the Hong Kong alliance and the June fourth museum as a sign that the “One Country, Two Systems” model has been destroyed, writes William Yang
The enormous and devastating Australian bushfires of 2019-2020 released more than twice the amount of carbon dioxide than previously thought, a new study has revealed. Around 74,000 km2 - an area almost the size of Scotland - of eucalyptus forest went up in flames, triggering mass evacuations and killing or displacing three billion animals. The fires were already known to have released large amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere, but the latest analysis found in fact 715 teragrams of CO2 were emitted between November 2019 and January 2020.
Commissioner says colleagues ‘terrorised’ Rikia Young and others during last October’s protests
There are 800 entries across 23 categories this year as the judges look to crown a new supreme champion.
Elon Musk claims ‘robot chopsticks’, or mechanical arms attached to SpaceX’s launch tower, will be used to catch rockets
The European Union's chief executive on Wednesday vowed no let-up in battles with Poland and Hungary over democratic standards, threatening to take more legal action and block off funds. The EU has been at loggerheads with the eurosceptic, nationalist rulers in Budapest and Warsaw for years over their restrictive stance on migration, discrimination against women and gays, as well as the imposition of more state control on media, courts, NGOs and academics. Her executive last week asked the highest EU court to fine Warsaw over parts of a judicial overhaul carried out by the ruling party but ruled illegal by the Luxembourg-based Court of Justice (ECJ).
‘The gap between where we want to be and where we are currently is huge,’ scientist tells The Independent
Rigsby, a former professional dancer, is one of the most popular instructors on the exercise platform
Everything from lorry driver shortages to container ship problems are conspiring to make it a tight Christmas for retailers.
Jeremy Clarkson has urged Britons to support the UK’s farming industry by reducing its reliance on imported food, and called on the Government to "back off" farmers regarding the levels of paperwork involved.
The Prime Minister was carrying out a long-awaited shake-up of his top team.
Extra emergency laybys and more warning signs will be introduced – but opponents say only reinstating hard shoulders can prevent increasing deaths
Facebook and Google condemned over ads for ‘abortion pill reversal’Adverts promoting ‘dangerous, unproven and unethical’ procedure shown millions of times, study finds The ads promote an unproven theoretical use of high doses of the hormone progesterone to ‘reverse’ the effects of taking mifepristone. Photograph: Phil Walter/Getty Images
People have pointed out the hypocrisy in what Kim was wearing by referring to several burqa bans in Europe.