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The congregations can be seen each Saturday throughout Zimbabwe as they worship outside, often under a tree or alongside a main road, in pristine white clothes.
UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet said Wednesday that it remained unsafe for Rohingya refugees to return to their homes in Myanmar, nearly five years after a crackdown there sparked an exodus to neighbouring Bangladesh.
Make-up artist Pat McGrath drew back her face, jaw and neck for the shoot.
The head of a secondary school in Oxfordshire is proud of staff and students after many positive A level results.
Gregory Vooght was accused by the Metropolitan Police of flouting the pandemic restrictions, but told a court he was sitting at his desk working when officers arrived.
I used to be rather resistant to canned cocktails – indeed, to ready-made cocktails in general. After all, the ritual of making a cocktail, or having one made for you, is part of the point. We want all that rigmarole of shaking, stirring and garnishing, don’t we?
Campaign group creates interactive map to advise locals and tourists where not to bathe
Former SNP MP Margaret Ferrier, who now sits as an independent after having the whip removed, has pleaded guilty to breaching COVID rules after being told to self-isolate early on in the pandemic. Ferrier admitted she broke the rules by travelling on a train between Scotland and London after failing to self-isolate in September 2020, during a hearing at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Thursday. The independent MP for Rutherglen and Hamilton West admitted wilfully exposing people "to the risk of infection, illness and death" by visiting various places in the Glasgow area and London.
Teenage twins from North Yorkshire have said they are “over the moon” after passing their driving tests at the same time, on the same date, and in the same place.
All you need to know about the heavyweight title rematch in Saudi Arabia
In 1860s Britain, the name Thomas Henry Kavanagh would have stirred a frisson of admiration and national pride among those who heard it. Today, he is barely remembered.
A care home in Bromley has been rated “inadequate” after an inspection by Care Quality Commission (CQC).
The stabbing of author Salman Rushdie has laid bare divisions in Lebanon’s Shiite Muslim community
The British fighter has said only he will decide how long his career continues, while Amnesty International has said the event is sportswashing despite the inclusion of the first women’s bout to be staged in Saudi Arabia
A kangaroo in Canberra seemed hellbent on causing an international incident when it attempted to enter the Russian embassy on August 11th. The animal made two attempts to force itself through the front gate before continuing down the street. Embassy staff recorded the attempt at entry but calmly brushed it off.
Marc Cucurella has vowed never to cut his hair in the wake of his long locks being pulled by Cristian Romero in Sunday’s 2-2 Premier League draw with Tottenham.
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss remains far ahead of leadership rival Rishi Sunak in the race to become Britain's next prime minister, a YouGov poll for Sky News showed on Thursday. The governing Conservative Party is voting by postal ballot to choose a new party leader after Boris Johnson said he would step down following a series of scandals. Truss, who has consistently topped polls of Conservative Party members, has a 32 percentage point lead over Sunak among those who have decided to vote, the survey showed.
MAYVILLE, N.Y. (Reuters) -The man accused of stabbing novelist Salman Rushdie last week in western New York pleaded not guilty to second-degree attempted murder and assault charges on Thursday and was held without bail. Hadi Matar, 24, is accused of wounding Rushdie, 75, on Friday just before the "The Satanic Verses" author was to deliver a lecture on stage at an educational retreat near Lake Erie. Rushdie was hospitalized with serious injuries in what writers and politicians around the world decried as an attack on the freedom of expression.
Tragic busker Thomas O’Halloran would often play his accordion to raise money for Ukrainian refugees