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A woman searching for the body of her murdered mother has lain flowers at the farm where she believes she is buried.
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The broadcaster is one of many TV stars who have come out in support of the BBC.
Residents in Lagos, Nigeria, are rediscovering their city and all it has to offer through special day and night tours offered by EXP Lagos, a local tourism outfit that uses Danfo mini buses as transport. The weekend tours offer exploration and experiences, according to Uzo Umeh, the head of the domestic tourism startup. “You cannot experience Lagos without experiencing the Danfo,” says Uzo, referring to the popular means of public transport for Lagosians who use it for daily commute in Africa’s
Texas synagogue siege: hostage-taker named as 44-year-old Briton. FBI stormed building after man took four people including a rabbi captive during Shabbat service
Both the vaccinated and unvaccinated are welcome at the chef’s pub
The broadcaster spoke of getting a phone call in April 2020 to tell him his daughter had collapsed, and went on to say she had died the next morning.
The UK Government is facing criticism over plans to allow MPs to retain their seats while being elected to the Northern Ireland Assembly.
Beijing reports its first locally transmitted Omicron variant case. Case comes city finalises preparation to host Winter Olympics, which start in three weeks
COMMENT: The 2012 episode, which aired 10 years ago this weekend, became one of the most talked-about cliffhangers in TV history, writes Michael Hogan. But while Sherlock survived his own death, the show didn’t
British man made stateless by Home Office has citizenship reinstated. The plight of the father of three, stranded in Bangladesh since 2017, foreshadows the dangers of the nationality bill now before parliament
Jobs site CV-Library said its survey found that lawyers, teachers and new graduates were those most disappointed with their salaries.
'Brothers and sisters, this is the real world we live in'
The former speaker said the ruling, which has yet to be published, that he bullied three staff members was ‘unsound’.
New York congresswoman one of many lawmakers to test positive amid Omicron surge
The big picture: neo-noir Chicago streetscapes. Musician-photographer Edgar Ortiz captures the rain-slicked days and urban energy of his city in lyrical images
Meteorology student Isaac Schluesche captured the images while storm chasing near the town of Earth, Texas
People in Uxbridge, Boris Johnson's constituency, voice their opinions on the "partygate" crisis engulfing Downing Street.
Figures for Scotland are delayed and have not been included in Sunday’s total