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Westshiels, Scottish Borders: On a thundery day I pick my way to this remote ruin that hasn’t been in human use for 70 years
Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer reassure Melissa Nathoo it's okay to be confused when you've watched NOPE. They also discuss annoying sibling behaviour and a weird peeing story....
Nicola Peltz appears to shut down rumours of a ‘feud’ with Victoria Beckham
Firefighters on Wednesday declared that a days-old blaze engulfing a fuel depot has finally been brought under control, although not yet extinguished.
An inside source called Skelton’s rumoured sign-up ‘the perfect way to bounce back’
The actor and filmmaker played Remy "Thirteen" Hadley on the medical-drama television series House
‘What I saw was just a man, a human being in pain, lonely with no one there to testify for him’
There is something indisputably dark and even seedy about what’s happening across our media landscape
A Muslim immigrant from Afghanistan has been arrested as the prime suspect in the serial killings of four Muslim men that rattled the Islamic community of New Mexico's largest city, police said on Tuesday. After days bolstering security around Albuquerque-area mosques, seeking to allay fears of a shooter driven by anti-Muslim hate, police said on Tuesday they had arrested 51-year-old Muhammad Syed, one among the city's Islamic immigrant community. A search of the suspect's Albuquerque home uncovered "evidence that shows the offender knew the victims to some extent, and an inter-personal conflict may have led to the shootings," police said in a statement announcing the arrest.
The risk of how severe fires could become across parts of England and Wales has been raised to "exceptional" - the highest it can be - as a four-day amber weather warning comes into force. The top level on the fire severity index applies to much of southern England, and reaches as far west as Abergavenny in Wales, for this coming Sunday. The Met Office has issued an amber heat warning running between Thursday and Sunday, and temperatures between those days could peak at 36C.
Members of the Communication Workers Union are set to walk out on August 26 and 31 and on September 8 and 9 in a dispute over pay.
Man taken to south London police station by officers and remains in custody
A road in Canvey is set to close for almost two weeks while Essex County Council carries out surfacing works.
Immigration authorities say former Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who last month fled anti-government protests in his country, has left Singapore
In a remote working world, emails have become the norm. However, some common email sign-offs and greetings can come across as passive aggressive. Euronews spoke to an expert and looked into some of the phrases that can cause upset and discovered some neutral alternatives.
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors said house prices are still expected to be higher in a year’s time.
Beta, Delta and Omicron variants have ‘eroded immunity’ of population, study finds
A starving beluga whale stranded in France’s river Seine for more than a week has been put down after it fell sick while being transported towards the sea in a risky rescue operation on Wednesday.
Actor Brian Cox has compared Logan Roy’s family to that of the former president
It is the first time since 1984 that the virus has been found to be spreading in the community in the UK.