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Jacinda Ardern is sticking with the country’s strategy of virus elimination
The extremist Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a series of deadly bombings targeting Taliban vehicles in eastern Afghanistan
The Duke of Edinburgh’s will is to remain secret to protect the “dignity” of the Queen, the High Court has ruled. After the death of a senior member of the royal family, it has been convention for over a century that an application to seal their will is made to the President of the Family Division of the High Court. The current president, Sir Andrew McFarlane, heard legal argument from lawyers representing Philip’s estate and the Attorney General – who represents the public interest in such matters – at a private hearing in July.
Climate protesters blocked parts of the M25 during rush hour for the fourth time in little over a week. Members of Insulate Britain blocked slip roads, glued themselves to the road and poured paint on the carriageway. Hertfordshire Police said officers were called to reports of demonstrators near junction 18 (Chorleywood) of the M25, where "several" people had glued themselves to the road.
‘Why is Emma Corrin wearing a swimming cap and monster claws?’
The TV presenter has a six centimetre tumour in her left breast, and must have her lymph node tissue checked to find out if the disease has spread.
The bird carcasses all had multiple bee stings on them, but no physical injuries, reveals preliminary analysis
Fears were mounting in Afghanistan on Monday as the Taliban tightened their grip on women's rights, slashing access to work and denying girls the right to secondary school education.
This comes as the IAEA said North Korea’s nuclear programme is going ‘full steam ahead’
The comic actor voiced his concerns about the night's set-up while presenting an award.
Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey grabbed a first TD of the new season.
The hostess allegedly suggested that their vaccination cards were fake and used a racial slur
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has told the House of Commons there is “absolutely no question of the lights going out” this winter amid escalating energy prices. Wholesale prices for gas have surged 250% since January, leading to calls for support from the industry and the collapse of some smaller energy firms.
LA PALMA, Spain (Reuters) -Lava flowing from Spain's Canary Islands' first volcanic eruption in 50 years has forced the evacuation of 5,500 people and destroyed around 100 houses but the streams were advancing slower than originally predicted, authorities said on Monday. The flow of molten rock will not reach the Atlantic Ocean on Monday evening as earlier estimated, an official said. "The movement of lava is much slower than it was initially ... There has not been a large advance during the day," local emergency coordinator Miguel Angel Morcuende told a press briefing on Monday evening.
Russia’s dominant Kremlin-backed party appears set to retain the two-thirds majority in the parliament that allows it to change the constitution, according to preliminary results on Monday morning
Martin Clunes is back in another true crime inspired drama, plus we get a real look at life aboard a 'Vigil'-style submarine.
The world championship title rivals will go head to head on the track again this weekend at the Russian Grand Prix
No court actions have resulted from the police trial
Unless global warming slows, extreme weather could shape life in Europe within the next 50 years.View on euronews
Police said 29 protesters had been arrested in relation to Monday morning’s protest