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Grievously wounded during World War II, the Kansas lawmaker became a leading advocate for disability rights legislation
The illicit drugs market in the UK has been estimated to be worth £9.4 billion a year.
The Government has been consulting on plans to privatise the broadcaster, which could be sold off to a private buyer.
Forecasters predict more ‘unsettled’ weather, while engineers work to reconnect around 4,700 properties to power supplies following Storm Arwen.
Jude Bellingham criticises 'match fixing' referee after Bayern beat Dortmund
As few as one in five excess deaths in parts of England can be attributed to Covid, official figures show.
Lines of voters are forming outside polling stations in Gambia’s capital as the nation holds a presidential election
The College Football Playoff is set and it is historic: Cincinnati will play Alabama in the Cotton Bowl and Michigan will face Georgia in the Orange Bowl on New Year’s Eve
Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard says the tight-knit town in Michigan has been rocked by a ‘huge spike in threats’ in the aftermath of Tuesday’s massacre at Oxford High School
Jamie Dornan's TV comeback The Tourist release date confirmed by BBC as New Year's Day 2022.
A British teenager who survived a crocodile attack in Zambia has said she had "fully accepted" she would lose a foot. Amelie Osborn-Smith, from Andover, Hampshire, had been with friends on a gap-year holiday and was white-water rafting on the Zambezi River near the famous Victoria Falls when the incident happened.
Banksy has offered to raise millions of pounds to boost a bid to transform a prison which once held Oscar Wilde into an arts centre. Campaigners hope the move will prevent the Grade-II listed HMP Reading from being sold to housing developers. The anonymous street artist hopes to transform the Berkshire prison into a "refuge for art" with a possible £10m from the sale of a stencil used for the artwork he painted on the side of the prison in March.
Death toll rises after volcanic eruption on Indonesia’s Java island
Javid announces pre-departure tests for travellers to England
A French dare devil crossed between Babilonia Hill and Urca Hill in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday on a bridge of webbing - known as a slackline. Nathan Paulin's stunt took place at an altitude of 80m (264ft) and covered a total distance of 500m (0.3 miles).
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Belgian police used tear gas and water cannon on protesters in Brussels to disperse crowds demonstrating against new coronavirus restrictions. Most of the protesters marched peacefully, with some carrying signs criticising COVID-19 vaccinations and against making jabs mandatory. The main crowd had mostly dispersed by the time around 100 protesters clashed with a barricade of police wearing riot gear protecting access to the European Commission.
Professor Mark Woolhouse warned pre-departure tests will not make a ‘material difference’ to the spread of the new Covid strain.
Small Business Saturday aims to encourage people to spend money in smaller shops.
‘President Biden will underscore US concerns with Russian military activities on the border with Ukraine,’ the White House says