Vadim Shishimarin faces up to life in jail for murder of 62-year-old civilian on 28 February
Coleen Rooney has admitted trolling directed at Rebekah Vardy after her 'Wagatha Christie' post was "disgusting". In a viral social media post in October 2019, Mrs Rooney said she had carried out a "sting operation" and accused Mrs Vardy of leaking "false stories" about her private life to the press - prompting her to be dubbed "Wagatha Christie". Mrs Vardy, who is married to Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, denies leaking stories to the media and is suing her fellow footballer's wife for libel.
Grubhub customers reported down servers and closed restaurants during free lunch promo on Tuesday
Sweden and Finland’s decision to join Nato is seen as a turning point for European security
Labor polling suggests Brisbane, Ryan, Bennelong and Higgins are winnable due to PM’s poor standing. Penny Wong deployed to campaign in Liberal-held seats where angry voters don’t have teal candidates to back
The European Union has not yet found agreement on a sixth package of sanctions against Russia, its top diplomat Josep Borrell said after a meeting of the bloc's foreign ministers in Brussels on Monday. "Unhappily, it has not been possible to reach an agreement today," Borrell told reporters. He said foreign ministers had decided, however, to provide an additional 500 million euros for arms purchases in support of Kyiv, taking the total sum of money the EU has earmarked for that purpose to 2 billion euros.
The author of bestselling crime novel The Thursday Murder Club took part in 'Who Do You Think You Are?' where he learned his novel mirrored his ancestor's real life.
Researchers analysed the metabolism of bottlenose dolphins.
Priti Patel is expected to call for ‘higher standards’ in the police, arguing that the public are in ‘urgent need of reassurance’
BORIS Johnson has described legislation to tear up the Northern Ireland protocol as “insurance” and said the trade agreement needs to be “fixed”.
Amber Heard sobs as she says she feared she wouldn't survive if she didn't divorce Depp
More than 200 Ukrainian soldiers are being evacuated from Azovstal steel plant in the city of Mariupol after weeks of resistance against the Russian invasion. For weeks, the soldiers were the last remaining pocket of resistance against the Russian advance in Mariupol, a strategically-important city on the north coast of the Sea of Azov.
10,000 “disguised approaches” have been made by agents seeking to build relationships with their targets, the head of MI5 has warned.
For nearly 30 years, his music has made its way to every young Egyptian's ringtone -- but it's the country's ancient history that recently propelled composer Hesham Nazih to the realm of superheroes.
A tiny Yorkshire village has raised hundreds for a disability care organisation.
Kevin Hollinrake said the plans ‘will devastate the community’.
"This show has a place in so many people’s hearts, so to be seen as a trans actress by the legend himself Russell, has not only made my year, it’s made my life."
A SOBERING statistic heralded the launch of a nationwide ‘Be a Better Driver’ campaign in Edinburgh in April 1959.
Mr Beauchamp, who made more than 400 appearances for Oxford United, died in February after turning down support from mental health services.
BP and Shell reported bumper profits earlier this year as energy prices skyrocketed.