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Moscow planning ‘full-scale victory in Ukraine by autumn’ and besieged Sievierodonetsk almost completely surrounded by Russian forces
Man appears to point gun at Fox News crew during live report on gun violence
Pointing out the widening pay gap between staff and CEOs isn't the "politics of envy" – it's necessary.
The Queen granted the BBC access to hundreds of home-made recordings shot by her, her parents and the Duke of Edinburgh
Looking to be more active as a family this summer? Kid’s smartwatches and fitness trackers are a great way to incentivise your children to lead a more active lifestyle
A planned strike at two London Underground stations over the Jubilee weekend has been suspended. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) at Green Park and Euston Tube stations had planned to walk out on 3 June in a row over allegations of bullying. RMT added if no immediate improvements are seen and the review does not lead to a just settlement, the strike action will take place on a different day instead.
Karmila Purba, 23, is among a handful of women that perform the gravity-defying stunt on the "Wall of Death" in Indonesia. Her fearless performance on a motorbike revving inside the wooden cylinder called Satan's Barrel has drawn gasps from spectators at the night carnival. The gravity-defying daredevil is among a handful of women that perform the stunt in Indonesia, zipping around a structure more commonly known as the "Wall of Death". Women becoming "Wall of Death" riders is "extremely rare", the 23-year-old told AFP before the show. "When I started there was no one else... so I wanted to be something different, doing something that no one else was doing."
Lord Hain said the Government is no longer trusted in the way it was when led by former prime ministers John Major, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.
Letters: Rebecca Williams contrasts the late politician’s lockdown funeral with the rule-breaking that went on in Downing Street
Darcy Shea found ‘safe and sound’ in seaside town
The actor released a six minute video on her Instagram explaining her situation
Perhaps the most famous document of its type, Anne Frank’s diary is a version of the Holocaust without the actual horrors.
There is no generous interpretation for the past 23 years of inaction. We all bear some of the blame
Average petrol prices have reached a new record high of 171.1p a litre, new figures show. "It seems very unfair that the Treasury should benefit so significantly at the expense of hard-pressed motorists who are struggling to make ends meet because of sky-high pump prices."
Bridgerton star Ruby Barker addresses mental health from hospital
Two fires that merged to create the largest wildfire in New Mexico history have both been traced to prescribed burns set by U.S. forest managers
After two years of a total shutdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the National Parks Agency (ANPN) has decided to resume public observations of Gabon's gorillas, hoping the iconic species will serve as a booster for niche tourism. "Through tourism, it allows bringing needed funds into the park's system to protect the gorillas and actually all other species through them as well," explains Koro Vogt, the Loango Gorilla Project manager.
Ellen DeGeneres walks out to applause on final time as chat show host
The Jurassic World Dominion Cast Take Over Trafalgar Square!
The likely culprits are lead-based fishing weights