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Governor Greg Abbott, who had lauded the police response to the Texas school shooting, said that he was “misled” and is “livid”. In his earlier statements, Mr Abbott told reporters, he was repeating what he had been told. “The information that I was given turned out, in part, to be inaccurate,” he said. Mr Abbott said exactly what happened needs to be “thoroughly, exhaustively” investigated.
The acting’s better than the prequels (although it was a low bar), the Daiyu mission’s a Blade Runner-channelling joy and Disney have nailed the Inquisitors. We’re lapping up this spin-off so far
It looks like the veteran glamour model’s eldest is set to be spoilt on his big day
Everything you need to know ahead of the final of the Champions Cup
Blending improvised samples with compositional prowess, the experimental musician and turntablist reimagines a concerto by Daphne Oram
Bridgerton star Ruby Barker addresses mental health from hospital
NATHAN Holland has been released by West Ham United, the Premier League club has announced this morning.
Donald Trump on Friday night accused gun control supporters of trying to "exploit the tears of sobbing families" during a controversial public appearance following the Uvalde school shooting.
Few, if anybody, mourned the demise of the statue of a Red Army soldier in the Polish town of Siedlce. Already neglected and vandalised, it was pulled down last month, ingloriously nosediving into the rain-sodden turf and breaking in two before being carted away.
Iga Swiatek struggled at times but recovered to reach the fourth round with a 6-3, 7-5 win at Roland Garros
Sergeant Laurence Knight has been suspended from duty following rape charge
A report made by UN experts cites numerous groups, including Russia's Wagner mercenaries, as being behind many international law violations in a country that turned volatile after the death of dictator Moammar Gaddafi.
US secretary of state says conditions imposed on Michelle Bachelet prevented independent assessment of abuses against Uyghurs, including genocide
COMEDIAN Mo Gilligan and Blackburn broadcaster, AJ Odudu, will present Channel 4’s The Big Breakfast reboot.
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.
Meanwhile, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy pledged that the Donbas will remain Ukrainian as fighting intensified around several cities and towns in the eastern region.
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."
The actor hailed his late mum as a ‘fighter’ who taught him about ‘second acts’ in life
Man in India's Madhya Pradesh assaulted on suspicion of being Muslim
A staunch defence of the PM features among the front pages.