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Tiger trafficking: the murky world of America’s big-money big cat tradeUS backyards are home to more tigers than India with experts drawing a line between the popularity of cubs as pets and the market in tiger products for traditional Chinese medicine A nine-month-old Bengal tiger, which was seen roaming the lawns of suburban Houston, in a cage after being captured by authorities in May 2021. Photograph: Francois Picard/AFP/Getty Images
The Egyptian general who ruled the country following the Arab Spring uprising that removed longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak from power, has died
Holidaymakers celebrated as the new rules for travelling were unveiled in the latest review. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps delighted travellers with his announcement on Twitter on Friday. The announcement included details about the Amber list being written off, eight countries being removed from the Red list and there has been a change to the ways travellers will test for Covid.
Aukus: French minister bemoans lack of trust in British alliance. Clément Beaune says Brexit fallout and secret defence pact have undermined Franco-British relations
Group says insulating Britain’s home is ‘a total no-brainer’
Litvinenko died in 2006 after being poisoned with Polonium-210, a highly radioactive substance.View on euronews
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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Former professional on the series criticised dancers reportedly rejecting the jab as ‘selfish’
The anguished father of two children killed “at a sleepover” has begged for the return of capital punishment on social media as he posted heartbreaking tributes to the victims. Jason Bennett made the demand after paying tribute to his children John, 13, and Lacey, 11, who were found dead at their home in Killamarsh, near Sheffield. The children were found at the house alongside their mother Terri Harris and Lacey’s friend Connie Gent, 11.
Britain has named and charged a third Russian military intelligence officer over the Salisbury spy poisonings, in a significant development that will enrage Russia. Police said Denis Sergeev - who used the alias Sergey Fedotov - is wanted in connection with the attempted assassination of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia with a novichok nerve agent in March 2018, along with two other suspects.
The Kosovo-Serbia border remains blocked by ethnic Kosovo Serbs protesting a move by Kosovo authorities to start removing Serbian license plates from cars entering the country
Energy officials from Qatar and Turkey, two long-standing foes of the United Arab Emirates, have descended on Dubai along with hundreds of other executives
‘Granny has been able to be the person she is with the love and support from grandpa,’ says Princess Eugenie
Britain’s business secretary says he hopes to reach an agreement to restore carbon dioxide supplies to food processors and avert potential shortages and price increases as the country deals with the fallout from soaring energy prices
To protect the supreme court’s legitimacy, a conservative justice should step downIf presidents do not get to replace justices in an election year, then Coney Barrett’s confirmation is illegitimate; if presidents do, then Gorsuch’s is illegitimate. You can’t have it both ways ‘In separate remarks this month, Amy Coney Barrett and Clarence Thomas both sought to assure the public that, in Coney Barret’s words, “this court is not comprised of a bunch of partisan hacks”.’ Photograph: Reuters
The sun was shining for Prince Charles and Camilla as they officially opened the redeveloped Aberdeen Art Gallery in Scotland. The Duke and Duchess joined guests for a cup of tea on the balcony that looks out over the city and drew laughter as they almost left without unveiling the gallery’s plaque.
Richard Buckley, the world-renowned writer, editor and husband to designer Tom Ford, has sadly passed away at the age of 72.
Russia was responsible for the assassination of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko in the UK, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled. The 43-year-old, who had worked for the Russian security services before defecting to the UK, died after drinking green tea laced with poison in London in 2006. The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday that Russia was behind his assassination, which was carried out at the Millennium Hotel in Mayfair.
At least 75 dogs were killed in a fire which swept across a pet resort. Firefighters rushed to Ponderosa Pet Resort in Austin, Texas in under five minutes but they were too late to save any of the dogs. Fire Chief John Sullivan said the building was not required to have fire alarms or sprinkler systems.