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Known for his tough-guy roles, Waterman made a name for himself in numerous detective shows
York woman recalls meeting Princess Elizabeth on 1949 visit
President Joe Biden has signed legislation granting Ukraine another $40 billion in U.S. support as it continues to battle a Russian invasion
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has warned only a diplomatic breakthrough rather than an outright military victory can end Russia's war on his country, while pushing its case for EU membership.
To mark the 40th anniversary of British troops landing on the Islands to recapture it from Argentina, the PA news agency spoke to residents.
Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi has said he does not know who requested a meeting between the prime minister and Sue Gray over her partygate report, but is confident there was "no way" she would allow herself to be influenced by anybody.
Firefighters spent 30 minutes tackling a garden fire in Blackburn.
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THERE will be a royal banquet of events lined up for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The Kremlin has previously blacklisted Joe Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and CIA chief William Burns
Female TV news anchors are being told they must wear face coverings when presenting live on air in Afghanistan. The Taliban said the ruling was “non-negotiable” and is now being strictly enforced by the Government. The party overthrew the previous Afghan government in August last year and has since placed more restrictions on women, limiting their access to education and dictating how they must dress in public.
LIFEBOAT crews rushed to help the medical evacuation of a patient from Green Island.
A man on a boat with eight friends is caught by surprise when he observes a funnel cloud and waterspout crossing the Ohio River behind them. "This particular storm was identified by the National Weather Service as a severe thunderstorm but was not subject to a tornado warning, so I was pretty shocked when I saw the rotation and the waterspout. It’s pretty rare!", the man said. In the clip, the man's partner yells at him to put the buoys out so they can make a docking. Luckily, no one was injured. A nearby town reported damage to trees and power lines.
An ice hockey match in memory of a former player who died from a rare form of cancer has raised thousands for charity.
The cost-of-living crisis dominates the topics among Monday’s front pages.
An image shows a police van outside the shopping centre.
Monkeypox, which is related to the now eradicated smallpox virus, is endemic in parts of west and central Africa
The artist’s new project is a restaurant in Stockholm, with strict, brutalist rules. Just don’t ask for ketchup
Animal lured with “a pile of grain, oil and pastries” before being killed, according to officials in the state
Cataloguing biodiversity is just one part of the job for the scientists at the National Herbarium of NSW, whose forensic skills are putting Australia’s plants under the microscope