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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by a host of stars including Dame Emma Thompson and Emma Watson.
Five people killed in a small Norwegian town last week were all stabbed to death and not shot with a bow and arrows as initially suspected, police said on Monday. Three people were also injured, including an off-duty police officer who was shot with the bow and arrow in the early phase of the 35-minute rampage. "Five people were killed with stabbing weapons," police inspector Per Thomas Omholt told a news conference.
The damage of Trump's border wall: animals unable to pass through protected land
‘I felt safe because she was with Brian, and I felt like she would be OK,’ says Nichole Schmidt
Kanye West has legally changed his name to Ye after a Los Angeles court approved his application. In August, the rapper formally requested to change his name to Ye after filing legal documents - citing "personal reasons" for the name change.
At least one person has been killed and several have been wounded in a shooting at Grambling State University in Louisiana. The shooting happened on campus in the early hours of Sunday morning during a homecoming event. Multiple shots were fired at 1.15am local time in the quad area of the university’s main campus, a spokesperson said.
British intelligence agencies and police are having to “adapt and respond” to a wave of vulnerable people who may have become radicalised online during the pandemic, Dominic Raab said on Monday. The justice secretary said authorities were monitoring extremism and those accessing the material on the internet “with maximum energy and vigour”. Police investigating the killing of Conservative MP David Amess fear the suspect may have been radicalised online during Covid lockdowns.
Bill Clinton spent a fourth night at a Southern California hospital where he is recovering from an infection but is expected to be released Sunday after making great progress
Pregnant women at risk from health professionals’ mixed messages over safety of jabExpectant mothers tell helpline that midwives are advising them against vaccines despite threat posed by virus• Coronavirus – latest updates• See all our coronavirus coverage A vaccinator holds a swab after delivering the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine to a woman at a vaccination centre. Photograph: Dinendra Haria/Sopa Images/Rex
Businessman Alex Saab appeared in court in Florida after being extradited to the United States from Cape Verde, where he had been detained since June 2020. Saab and his business partner Alvaro Pulido are charged in the US with running a network that exploited food aid destined for Venezuela, an oil-rich nation mired in an acute economic crisis. Venezuela has reacted furiously, suspending talks with the US-backed opposition on ending the country's political and economic crisis.
Three white men in the US state of Georgia will go on trial Monday in the high-profile shooting death of a Black jogger that sparked a national outcry and helped fuel last summer's social justice protests.
Detectives believe suspect may have become ‘self-radicalised’ online during lockdown
In Turkey, young people recently expressed their frustration with the authorities when students protested an ongoing spike in housing prices. This protest movement reflects the growing difficulties of the general population amid sky-high living costs, even as the government refuses to acknowledge the economic crisis. Our Istanbul correspondents Ludovic de Foucaud, Hussein Asad and Shona Bhattacharyya report.
Germany's Greens voted in a party congress to support formal coalition talks with the Social Democrats and Liberals.View on euronews
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35 YEARS OF THE INDEPENDENT: Since joining in 1994, The Independent’s travel correspondent Simon Calder has gone from filing by phone and floppy disk to podcasts and live-streams – and, he says, it’s never been more fun
China used a five-day United Nations biodiversity conference in Kunming to celebrate its achievements in protecting habitats and improving its environmental record. During talks to secure a global post-2020 pact to reverse species loss in the capital city of southwest China's Yunnan province last week, President Xi Jinping announced the launch of a new 1.5 billion yuan ($233 million) biodiversity fund as well as a beefed-up national park scheme. "China is sticking to an ecology-first path for green development and has already made remarkable achievements," Vice-Premier Han Zheng said.
Emiliano Sala: Man pleads guilty to charge relating to flight which killed footballer
Adele will sing some of her first new material in years
Making Southend-on-Sea a city would be a “wonderful” tribute to Sir David Amess, Priti Patel said, joining calls to fulfil one of his longest-running campaigns as a local MP.