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Hippos can communicate with one another and tell the difference between the honking sounds of their friends, neighbours and strangers, a study has found.
The operation, which involved the seizure of more than a tonne of drugs including heroin, lasted almost 10 hours.
Michael Cohen claims Trump told him Don Jr should go to jail over Ivanka
COP26 president Alok Sharma MP has told Sky News that extracting more gas from the North Sea is not a "realistic" strategy for bringing down energy prices for UK consumers. MPs who have established a 'Net Zero Scrutiny Group' have been calling for the government to allow more drilling in the North Sea, arguing that it would be beneficial in terms of security and cost. "The idea that you will suddenly change things, and that will impact the price of wholesale gas internationally, I don't think that is realistic."
Raymond Washburn, a blind man who was credited with helping rescue five people from the rubble of the Alfred P
By its end in 1987, the once mighty A-Team was a shadow of its former self.
Graham Potter was experiencing remote management for the first time with Brighton and Hove Albion, but even when he is away, his players continue to display a propensity for late goals.
Everton are planning to interview Vitor Pereira as they continue their search for a new manager following the sacking of Rafael Benitez.
Following reports that Simon Cowell's new show Walk The Line will be axed, ITV has responded with a statement, neither confirming nor denying the rumours.
Boris Johnson has said he is taking an allegation from a Conservative MP that she was sacked as a minister because of her Muslim faith "extremely seriously". A Cabinet Office investigation has been ordered by the prime minister after Nusrat Ghani, who was sacked as transport minister in a February 2020 reshuffle, made her claim at the weekend. Ms Ghani said she was told by a whip, who she did not identify, that her "Muslimness was raised as an issue" at a meeting in Downing Street.
Researchers say ‘wheeze honks’ are identity signals, with reactions ranging from calls to spraying dung linked to level of familiarity
Dior celebrates the craft of Indian art and embroidery for the fashion house's spring/summer 2022 haute couture collection, presented in Paris, with works of young Indian women being incorporated into the collection.
French designer Thierry Mugler, who reigned over fashion in the 1980s and died on Sunday, was as famous for his fantastical couture as for his blockbuster fashion shows. He was 73. Mugler's daring collections came to define the decade's power dressing, with his clothes noted for their structured and sophisticated silhouettes, showcased by his extravagant shows."I always thought that fashion was not enough on its own and that it had to be shown in its musical and theatrical environment," he once
TOWIE's Cara Kilbey is six months pregnant with third child following ectopic pregnancy.
National insurance (NI) is set to rise for workers in April as families face a cost of living crisis. The prime minister is understood to be under pressure from his cabinet to delay the tax increase at a time when households are experiencing spiraling energy and food bills and council tax rises.
Young Chinese women want to get educated and prioritise their careers, a trend that has alarmed the authorities battling a demographic crisis
Four people were "seriously injured" in the assault at Heidelberg University, German police said
The Omicron variant has moved the Covid-19 pandemic into a new phase and could bring it to an end in Europe, the WHO Europe director said Sunday.
Emmerdale's Darcy Grey reveals all on playing Pierce's son Marcus, and how he prepared for the role.
Let joy be unconfined! Last weekend was the first time in nearly two years that I’ve been able to help myself to as many bangers from the breakfast buffet as I wanted. I still had to reserve a table at the Fellows House in Cambridge, a protocol unheard of in Before Times, but once there I could roam the buffet freely, without feeling embarrassed at ordering yet another plasticky (but deliciously so) Cumberland sausage via the permitted table service.