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Pope Francis has expressed his spiritual closeness to Catholics in China and voiced hope that the church there operates in “freedom and tranquility
LIFEBOAT crews rushed to help the medical evacuation of a patient from Green Island.
The 2022 French Open started amid downpours. So it was that keeping the crowds away. Pole positionDuring the opening match on centre court between sixth seed Ons Jabeur and Magda Linette, it really did look the attendance limits imposed during the coronavirus pandemic were still in force. The stands were sparsely populated. Still, more fool those who missed the tie. It provided a shock as Jabeur – one of the favourites for the 2022 title – went down in three sets. On-court interviewer Marion Bar
The Government is under pressure to bring in a one-off levy on corporations which have benefited from globally high oil and gas prices.
Community leader calls on government to work with locals in wildlife-rich northern Botswana to launch tourism enterprises
The cheapest new car in the UK now costs more than £10,000 - making it more expensive than ever to buy a brand-new vehicle.
As the head of the civil service, Simon Case is the highest ranking public official to be implicated in the partygate scandal.
Vladimir Putin is the President of Russia and has been leading the country for more than 22 years. He was born on 7 October 1952 in what used to be Leningrad and is now St. Petersburg, Russia. He didn't come from a rich background and was born into a working-class family. Putin’s academic results were not his strong point at school. He was reportedly very sporty when growing up and practiced judo and samba, which is a Russian combat sport. According to the Russian government, Putin wanted to work in intelligence even before he had finished high school. It wasn’t until he had graduated from college that he was then recruited by the KGB (former main security agency for the Soviet Union), and served with them for 15 years. In 1983, he married a flight attendant named Lyudmila, whom he had two children with. His political career began when he and his family moved to Moscow in 1996. In 2014, Putin was ranked the world’s most powerful person by Forbes. On 24 February 2022, the president ordered the invasion of Ukraine under the pretext of ‘demilitarisation’ and ‘denazification’. To find out more about the former intelligence officer, watch Yahoo UK’s explainer video.
Known for his tough-guy roles, Waterman made a name for himself in numerous detective shows
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.
This is the fascinating moment a snake crawled across a brick wall just like in the iconic Nokia phone game. An onlooker spotted the serpent slithering across the side of a red-brick building in Zhumadian City on May 18.
Minister asked repeatedly for details on PM’s meeting with senior civil servant ahead of Partygate report
When in Italy, do as the Italians do and whip up gorgeous Mediterranean meals
This week in politics: This is how the Tories have told us to be better poor people
THOUSANDS of Hampshire children aged between five and 11 have already received their first Covid-19 jab as the battle against the virus continues.
The Taliban has imposed several restrictions for women and girls since overtaking Afghanistan in August
A former Conservative leader has called for benefits to be immediately increased to help the poorest cope with the cost of living. In an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis said it would "put off investment" while Health Secretary Sajid Javid told Conservative activists in Wales he instinctively didn't like it. Chancellor Rishi Sunak has refused to rule out the idea, with one newspaper on Sunday reporting a staggered version of the levy is being looked at.
Carpet bombing is indiscriminate - devastatingly destructive and utterly random. The town in eastern Ukraine's Donbas has seen its topography alter dramatically in the last 72 hours as the Russians intensify their assault on the region.
Last week, 685 people arrived over five days.
Britain is involved in talks with allies about creating a coalition-of-the-willing to open up ports in Ukraine for grain exports to stop millions of people starving around the world. The aim is to create a safe corridor from Odesa on the Black Sea and possibly other ports to the Bosphorus so grain ships could reach the Mediterranean. World food chiefs have warned that unless ports such as Odesa can be used for grain exports within weeks, acute food shortages could hit many countries, particularly in the developing world.