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British gangs and international rivals join forces to increase cocaine sales. Analysis by National Crime Agency finds more than 1,700 UK criminal groups involved in drug supply
The former dancer says she still can't believe how her life has turned out.
‘I’ve had to slap multiple phones out my face tonight,’ he said
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe campaign urges sanctions against 10 Iranians. Campaign to mark British-Iranian’s 2,000th day in detention with demand to Foreign Office
Take care with claims about unvaccinated case rates. Different estimates of the population can produce wildly different rates
Cocaine, the yuppie drug? Not now, say experts – its lure is crossing all classesOnce a potent symbol of 1980s excess, the class A narcotic has become commonplace. So how do we curb its soaring use? Cocaine isn’t just a middle-class drug any more. Photograph: Mate Gazso/Getty
My grandmother’s Nazi killer evaded justice. Modern war criminals must not As the 75th anniversary of the Nuremberg trials approaches, Ilse Cohn’s grandson calls for international law to ensure those committing atrocities today face retribution Hermann Goering and Rudolf Hess, both far left, at Nuremberg. Photograph: Bettmann Archive
The interest rates decision comes amid fears over rampant price rises after inflation jumped to a nine-year high of 3.2% last month.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says France would have known Australia had “deep and grave concerns” that a submarine fleet the French were building would not meet Australia's needs
Noisy neighbours spark 67% rise in police complaints. Cash-strapped councils ‘struggling to deal’ with spike in anti-social behaviour reports
Despite the dramatic fall in the renewable power used to make it, the production cost of green hydrogen is still unusually high. It doesn’t have to be though
Covid vaccinations among US Latinos are rising thanks to community outreachGrassroots groups are mobilizing churches, soccer coaches and cartoon abuelas to reassure underserved Spanish-speaking communities and remove barriers to get them their shots Rosa Gallagos with her son Herrick after she received her first vaccine dose at a community healthcare event in a predominately Latino neighborhood in Los Angeles in August. Photograph: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images
The ball is in China's court when it comes to making the United Nations COP26 climate change conference in November a success, Britain's Alok Sharma, the summit's president, said on Sunday. Sharma, who said he had had "constructive and very frank discussions" during a visit to China earlier this month, said China's President Xi Jinping had not yet confirmed whether he would attend the summit.
World's first space tourists splashdown after three days orbiting Earth - the first time it's been done without a professional astronaut on board.View on euronews
There was no fairytale finish for Fallon Sherock in the Nordic Masters. The ‘Queen of the Palace’, who famously became the first woman to win a main-draw match at the PDC World Championship, was beaten in the final by Michael van Gerwen 11-7 in Copenhagen on Saturday. Sherock’s already pioneering narrative added another memorable addition earlier in the day as she overcame deficits of 7-1 and 8-2 to beat world No 5 and former World Matchplay champion Dimitri Van den Bergh 11-10 in the semi-final.
Christian Porter takes ‘appropriate action’ by quitting as minister, Scott Morrison says. Porter was under pressure after receiving funds from a ‘blind trust’ to help pay legal fees for discontinued defamation case against ABC
A man who raped two men he met on a dating app has been jailed for 14 years. Aaron Goodey, 23, was found guilty of three counts of rape, two counts of robbery and one count of blackmail. Goodey was arrested in July 2020 after an investigation into two incidents where men were raped by a man they had met on Grindr in the Enfield area of London, Wood Green Crown Court heard on Friday.
World's first space tourists splashdown after three days orbiting Earth - the first time it's been done without a professional astronaut on boardView on euronews
What does the small print really say? That you’ll never win . A motorist’s recent ‘David and Goliath’ victory against a car park firm was nothing of the sort
Julia Bradbury is set to undergo surgery to remove her left breast after revealing she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Bradbury’s diagnosis followed a mammogram she booked in July on an annual recall, having last year found a lump which proved to be a cluster of benign micro-cysts. While the tumour was described as “sizeable”, doctors believe the cancer cells have not yet spread to the breast tissue, meaning she may not need chemotherapy.