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Begum denied being directly involved in preparations for terrorist activity
The TV presenter and farmer called for support to keep up levels of domestic food production.
It’s billed as the largest Catholic parish in the United States and it’s being constructed in the city of Visalia, about 200 miles north of Los Angeles, in what’s often referred to “as the heart of California’s dairy industry.”
A memorial in Berlin to the Polish victims of World War II has moved a step closer to realization
Fears London and Paris would die due to Covid are unfounded, finds survey. Residents in the cities still mainly content where they are, with minimal change in numbers wanting move out
From swirls of linguine to pillows of ravioli, find the perfect dish for you dinner in our round-up
Stuart Lubbock, 31, died at Michael Barrymore’s then home in Roydon, Essex, in March 2001.
Vegan class attracts most entries at British Pie awardsAfter vegan pie won top prize in 2019 competition, nearly 70 of this year’s entries are entirely plant-based An array of pies are judged during the Annual British Pie awards at St Mary's church in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. Photograph: Jacob King/PA
For the first time in over a decade, Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD) is leading in polls of voter intentions in front of Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU), just as the general elections are due in September. This unprecedented situation owes a lot to the centre-right candidate, Armin Laschet, who has made several blunders. Angela Merkel is leaving, but her CDU will stay: this had been the most likely scenario for the German general election, to be held on September 26. But
The sole survivor of the jihadist cell that killed 130 people in Paris six years ago Wednesday claimed France "knew the risks" of attacking jihadist targets in Syria, as he spoke out again one week into the trial into France's worst postwar atrocity. "We attacked France, targeted its population, civilians, but there was nothing personal," said Salah Abdeslam."(President) Francois Hollande knew the risks he was taking in attacking the Islamic State in Syria," he said, referring to the decision of
Families and survivors still seek answers to Gleision mine disaster. Calls for further investigations into 2011 tragedy in south Wales as memorial to those who died is unveiled
Israeli life has come to a standstill as Jews mark the beginning of Yom Kippur
The Afghan man who was killed in a U.S. drone strike last month was an enthusiastic longtime employee at an American humanitarian organization
A number of Tory MPs criticised the Government.
Right from the beginning, India was very much a part of the Aryan race theory. The Indo-Germanic group of languages had established a philological link, and racial supremacists had come up with their own twisted theories to make the case for a people of ‘superior blood’, writes Vaibhav Purandare
Pope Frances refused to accept the resignation of the Archbishop of Hamburg, who offered his resignation in March after reported mishandling of sexual abuse cases. View on euronews
On a stretch of grass between the Reichstag and the chancellery in central Berlin, six young people have been quietly camping in a cluster of tents since late August -- and refusing to eat. For the young activists, their hunger strike is "the last resort to draw attention to the extreme seriousness" of the climate crisis.
Gavin Williamson was the first minister to be removed in Boris Johnson's cabinet reshuffle after a tumultuous time as education secretary. Having supported Mr Johnson's leadership campaign and being rewarded with a top job, the 45-year-old career politician said it had been a "privilege to serve as education secretary since 2019". Mr Williamson was moved to the brief after serving as defence secretary under Theresa May and chief whip before that, after leading her campaign to become prime minister.
Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam has told a French court that the deaths of 130 people were "nothing personal". Nine Islamic State gunmen and suicide bombers struck various locations in the French capital on 13 November, 2015. The 31-year-old Abdeslam, who was arrested months after the attacks, said the killings were a response to French airstrikes in Syria and Iraq.
Iran has acknowledged it removed several surveillance cameras installed by international nuclear inspectors at a centrifuge assembly site that came under a mysterious attack earlier this year