The Israeli air force launched air strikes on the Gaza Strip early Wednesday after militants in the Palestinian territory sent incendiary balloons into southern Israel, security sources and witnesses said. The airstrikes and balloons marked the first major flare-up between Israel and Gaza since a ceasefire on May 21 ended 11 days of heavy fighting that killed 260 Palestinians, according to Gaza authorities, and 13 people in Israel, the police and army there said.According to Palestinian sources,
Channel 4 News said the alleged offences include serious sexual assault and rape.
The couple said they have paid the full amount back.
Marcus Fysh has criticised the government for extending lockdown measures
Richard Madeley says Starmer crying during interview was ‘a bit embarrassing’
British farmers: What do you think of the UK-Australia trade deal?We’d like to hear how British farmers feel about the information that has so far emerged about the new trade agreement, and how they believe it might impact them A display of pork products available in store at a Morrisons meat counter in Leeds, as the supermarket announces they are supporting British pig farmers who are suffering as a result of changes in demand from EU countries by introducing deals on sausages, bacon and pork,
Fox contributor mocked for being among ‘the most un-self-aware people to walk the planet’
The captain and crew of the Ryanair passenger jet "hijacked" by the Belarus regime were pressured to confess on camera that they voluntarily diverted to Minsk, the airline’s boss Michael O'Leary has revealed. Mr O'Leary said a number of unidentified people boarded the aircraft carrying video cameras after the plane was intercepted and forced to land in the Belarus capital under the pretext of a fictitious bomb threat. He told MPs on the transport committee on Tuesday that they "repeatedly attemp
Footage shared on social media showed Newsnight political editor Nicholas Watt chased and harrassed by a mob of demonstrators.
Ireland will double the quarantine period for unvaccinated or partially vaccinated arrivals from Britain to 10 days but still plans to allow people to move more freely between the two countries from mid-July, Transport Minister Eamon Ryan said. The change is due to the rapid spread of the more infectious Delta variant in Britain, which delayed plans to lift most remaining COVID-19 restrictions there by a month on Monday. "It is just to reflect concern about the Delta variant and to try and hold back the development of that variant here as much as we can and give us time to get vaccines out to give us cover against it," Ryan told reporters on Tuesday.
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Nato has declared for the first time that China is a security challenge
Mainland Scotland will not move down to the lowest level of Covid restrictions for at least five weeks, Nicola Sturgeon has disclosed as she delayed once more the easing of lockdown. The First Minister said her original plan for the country to move to Level 0 of her five-tier system on June 28 would be postponed by three weeks so more people could be vaccinated. However, her official spokesman later confirmed the new July 19 target - the same date chosen by Boris Johnson to lift all restrictions
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Mark Drakeford was asked about the proposed levy during a sitting of the Welsh Parliament.
Britain and Australia announced a free trade deal on Tuesday which London said would eliminate tariffs on all British goods and boost jobs and businesses across the country. "Today marks a new dawn in the UK's relationship with Australia, underpinned by our shared history and common values," British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a statement. Britain said it had agreed a cap on tariff-free agricultural imports from Australia for 15 years with the aim of protecting farmers - a hot political issue in Britain ahead of the agreement.
Thousands of people protested outside the parliament in Hungary yesterday (14 June), urging politicians to reject a new law that would ban discussion of LGBT+ people at schools or in the media.
The results of the treatment were ‘not statistically significant’ said the drugmaker
Human remains have been found in London in the search for 20-year-old suspected murder victim Agnes Akom. Metropolitan Police officers discovered the remains in Neasden Recreation Park near Cricklewood in northwest London. Hungarian national Ms Akom, also known as "Dora", had been living in the UK for three years.
Dramatic courtroom clash as judge says evidence for charges against Tevin Biles-Thomas is ‘insufficient’