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Attack killed 19 students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde
SWIMMERS and beachgoers are being reminded what yellow buoys along the BCP beach fronts mean ahead of a busy weekend.
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.
Rishi Sunak announces £15bn package for cost of living crisis
Police have not located the man who attacked the woman on the train
Members of a modern slavery gang have been jailed for trafficking and exploiting hundreds of women across London. Husband and wife team Sebastian Zimoch, 48, and Anna Zimoch, 46, along with Grzegorz Borowka, 44, Micheal Lozinski, 52, and Rafal Lacki, 41, were sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court in west London.
Award-winning author and cook Deborah Madison, chef and Native American foods educator Freddie Bitsoie and other fascinating guests led a day of discussion around food and farming
Qualifying for a fascinating Monaco Grand Prix takes place today. Max Verstappen holds the lead in the Formula One world championship after swooping to victory in Spain last weekend, but only after Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari retired from the lead with an engine failure. At his home grand prix, Leclerc will be desperate to make amends yet he has never reached the chequered flag in Monaco after three attempts - and his pole position last year was wiped out by a DNS (did not start).
After flying nearly 6,000 miles to get to Mauritius, <strong>Qin Xie </strong>looks at whether taking the right kind of holiday can really balance her footprint
Svitlana and Vitaly lost almost everything, including their unborn baby, during Russia’s siege, their experiences a snapshot of the horrors endured by Mariupol’s remaining residents
Ash Barty, last year's champion, was refereed to as "Miss A. Barty" whereas men's winner Novak Djokovic went on the board as "N. Djokovic". In 2019, organisers did away with the use of honorifics when announcing scores in women's matches but the events continue to be referred to as "gentlemen's singles" and "ladies' singles".
MPs hailed the monarch’s long reign ahead of her Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Ecclestone acknowledged ownership of the gun but said he didn't know it was in his luggage at the time.
The comedian and actress said that when she first started the long-running show she was not allowed to say the word ‘gay’.
A spike in sales of patriotic paraphenalia has seen some Jubilee decorations sell out entirely
Ted Cruz blames doors for Texas school shooting
Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard says it has seized two Greek oil tankers in the Persian Gulf
NATHAN Holland has been released by West Ham United, the Premier League club has announced this morning.
Man in India's Madhya Pradesh assaulted on suspicion of being Muslim
The British government is unveiling a package of help on Thursday to ease a severe cost-of-living squeeze