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Rail passengers face travel misery on Thursday as thousands of workers stage strikes in long-running disputes over pay, jobs and conditions.
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.
Plea to government, which controls prices on some essentials, to allow rise as war in Ukraine and extreme weather drive up costs
A 13-year-old boy has admitted burglaries at some of London’s top luxury hotels and high street shops. The boy, who was 12 at the time of the offences, targeted Claridge’s in Mayfair, Kensington’s Milestone Hotel, The Millennium Hotel in Knightsbridge, and the Corinthian Hotel in Whitehall, Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court was told on Wednesday. During the hearing, he also admitted targeting offices of retailer The White Company and the Publicis media agency within the BBC complex in White City, west London.
Since 1945, Donald Trump sits among a number of US presidents who did not initiate a conflict overseas
But campaigners say families who have lost loved ones are being ‘ignored’
Clothes not required at this charity fundraising skinny dip on the Isle of Wight. How to take part...
‘Calls to defund the FBI are just as wrong as calls to defund the police’
Campaign group creates interactive map to advise locals and tourists where not to bathe
Nasa is preparing to launch Artemis-1, a mission that will begin the space agency’s plan to return to the Moon. At 8.33am local eastern time, or 1.33pm in the UK, the first launch window will open. Nasa will have 120 minutes in which to fire up the rocket and send it into space.
A care home in Bromley has been rated “inadequate” after an inspection by Care Quality Commission (CQC).
We look at what the winter holds for commuters and examine the latest on negotiations
The EU must end "persistent delays" over the UK's access to the bloc's scientific research programmes after Brexit, the government has demanded as it launched legal action. It said the delays have prevented the UK from accessing Horizon Europe, the EU's key funding programme for research and innovation, and Copernicus, the earth observation programme that provides data on climate change. Other schemes that have been affected include nuclear research programme Euratom, and access to space surveillance and tracking.
Hambullah Mohib, a senior aide to Afghanistan's Former President, Ashraf Ghani speaks to Euronews International Correspondent Anelise Borges and relives the fall of Kabul one year on.
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.
A wave of arson and bombing attacks overnight hit Thailand’s southernmost provinces, which for almost two decades have been the scene of an active Muslim separatist insurgency
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.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has sparked anger after accusing Israel of committing "50 Holocausts" - with Germany's leader saying he's "disgusted" by the remark. Mr Abbas made the comments in Berlin on Tuesday when asked about the upcoming 50th anniversary of the attack on the Israeli team by Palestinian militants at the 1972 Munich Olympics. Standing alongside German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, he said: "From 1947 to the present day, Israel has committed 50 massacres in Palestinian villages and cities, in Deir Yassin, Tantura, Kafr Qasim and many others, 50 massacres, 50 Holocausts."
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.
The boxer says that he “really lost out from an athlete’s perspective” by not taking the drugs during his boxing career