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Bartholomew School in Eynsham took second place in the National Reading Champions Quiz run by the National Literacy Trust.
Celebrities flock to the French Riviera to showcase their style
Lamidi Adeyemi, the Alaafin of Oyo, who has died aged 83, was the traditional ruler of the ancient Oyo kingdom in Nigeria. As occupant of a seat that had survived for centuries into the modern republic of Nigeria, he wielded great influence as an authoritative representative of the interests and culture of the Yoruba people.
After three days of talks, G7 Ministers made a bid to tackle global warming with a number of pledges which will be presented to leaders next month at the G7 summit in Elmau, Germany - moves which have been largely welcomed by climate activists.
A Florida judge has given gave initial approval to a settlement of more than $1 billion to families who lost loved ones in the collapse last year of a Florida beachfront condominium building in which 98 people died
People said the celebration, delayed by a year, was not overshadowed by the row over the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Jennifer Aniston jokes about therapy and divorcing Brad Pitt to deal with Friends ending
What better way to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee than with a terribly British afternoon tea - here are the best places to get one according to Tripadvisor reviews.
BEIJING (Reuters) -U.N. human rights chief Michelle Bachelet, whose rare visit to China was criticised by rights groups and Western countries, said she urged Beijing to review its counter-terrorism policies to ensure they comply with international human rights standards. Bachelet reiterated, however, that her six-day trip, which ended on Saturday and included a visit to the western region of Xinjiang, was not an investigation into China's human rights policies but an opportunity to engage with the government.
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.
By Ian McConnell
PM sounds upbeat note on economy amid some disquiet among Tory MPs over £15bn cost of living package
A Ukrainian coal miner, completely starved of information, thought he might be able to reason with Russian forces blocking the last good road running out of his war-scarred city on the eastern front.
FLOWERS and pictures have reportedly been removed from a memorial of a man killed after he was hit by a police car.
French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne held a Cabinet meeting in Paris on Friday to outline the priorities of her new government for the coming months. Speaking after the meeting, Borne said that her Cabinet would pursue French President Emmanuel Macron's goals on tackling the cost of living, the country's health system and the climate crisis."The first weeks of our action must be dedicated to respond to the urgent expectations of the French people," she says, the top one being the strengthening
‘Why did you come to this convention, to take blood money?’
Liotta is best known for his portrayal of Henry Hill in Goodfellas, directed by Martin Scorsese.
Ted Cruz on Friday claimed that “far more children would be murdered” and “many more” women would be assaulted if the US banned guns. The Republican senator made his comments during the National Rifle Association’s annual convention in Houston, less than 300 miles from where 19 children and two adults were killed in a school shooting on Tuesday. “Let me tell you what would happen if they succeeded in confiscating guns, many more people would lose their lives,” Cruz said.
Texas school shooting: Officials outline updated timeline of the attack
Closing arguments scheduled for 27 May