Prince Harry was 'high on laughing gas' during Archie's birth
Prince Harry was 'high on laughing gas' during Archie's birth
David DePape describes the attack and accuses Democratic officials of crimes against Trump in nearly 18 minutes of audio from his police interview
A CYCLIST has been hit by a HGV in Glasgow.
The jury in the trial of a North East teenager accused of murdering a man with a homemade shotgun has been discharged.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The FBI on Thursday revealed it had secretly hacked and disrupted a prolific ransomware gang called Hive, a maneuver that allowed the bureau to thwart the group from collecting more than $130 million in ransomware demands from more than 300 victims. At a news conference, U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, FBI Director Christopher Wray, and Deputy U.S. Attorney General Lisa Monaco said government hackers broke into Hive's network and put the gang under surveillance, surreptitiously stealing the digital keys the group used to unlock victim organizations' data. They were then able to alert victims in advance so they could take steps to protect their systems before Hive demanded the payments.
The TV star has been losing weight for a while.
Frigid winds blew through central Colorado late on Thursday, January 26, as the National Weather Service (NWS) warned of wind gusts up to 60 mph in the area.This footage was captured by Twitter user @jcosrangerjason, who said he filmed it from his home in Evergreen on Thursday night.“Brutal,” the uploader says in the footage. “I don’t remember a winter like this in a while,” he added.On Friday, the NWS forecasted heavy snow as the day progresses, with strong winds and blowing snow potentially causing poor visibility in the area. Credit: @jcosrangerjason via Storyful
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A senior civil servant said the figure was not a limit and could rise again as the inquiry into whether Boris Johnson misled Parliament continues.
Is the luxury sector recession-proof? Sales at high-end brands plunged at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, but they've since rebounded sharply, even as inflation soars and economic growth slows. Now many fashion houses are hoping that China's reopening will be another boost to their business. Our Business Editor Kate Moody sat down with Rachid Mohamed Rachid, chairman of the investment group behind brands like Valentino and Balmain, on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos. Also on the programme: Italy aims to revitalise struggling rural towns with a major infusion of cash from European pandemic recovery funds. It's both a windfall and a challenge for local officials. Our Italy correspondent Natalia Mendoza reports. And Japanese steel once forged into the world's finest swords is taking the world's kitchens by storm, as a pandemic-era cooking boom translates into skyrocketing sales of premium knives. But can Japan's cutlery masters keep up with demand? Read more on FRANCE 24 EnglishRead also:Luxury giant LVMH enjoys best year yet despite post-Covid downturnPorsche IPO becomes one of Europe's biggest listings in yearsEscaping the pandemic: France's luxury sector is booming
Actress Sylvia Syms, best known for the films Ice Cold In Alex and Victim, has died at the age of 89.
BEIJING (Reuters) -Lunar New Year holiday trips inside China surged 74% from last year after authorities scrapped COVID-19 curbs that had stifled travel for three years, media reported on Saturday. The Lunar New Year is the most important holiday of the year in China, when huge numbers of people working in prosperous coastal cities head to their hometowns and villages for family reunions. But for three years people were told not to travel during the holiday, with those who insisted facing the risk of snap lockdowns, multiple COVID tests, quarantine and even admonishment by their work units.
Adventurous gray seal pup fed after rescue from Maine snowstorm, in footage shared by Marine Mammals of MaineMarine Mammals of Maine
Residents narrowly avoided injury after a partial building collapse on a busy north London high street.Firefighters and paramedics rushed to Stoke Newington High Street at 9.30am on Friday after parts of a building flew off the roof.Builders frantically shouted at shoppers to get back as a “huge ball of orange dust” erupted engulfing an Afro-Caribbean greengrocer.
The grime star is appealing against his conviction for assaulting Cassandra Jones on June 8 2021.
German authorities have arrested a man who they said acted as a courier for a double agent and handed secret intelligence to Russia.
As if any of us could afford to *not* re-wear clothes in this economy.
Rumours began flying after Matt Lucas revealed that he and David Walliams were writing together again.
THIS week's Step Back in Time feature comes to you courtesy of the Falmouth History Archive at The Poly.
An assailant shot and wounded two people in east Jerusalem on Saturday, Israeli medics said, hours after a Palestinian gunman killed seven outside a synagogue in one of the deadliest such attacks in years.Police said the suspect was "neutralised" following the latest gun attack in the Silwan neighbourhood, just outside Jerusalem's old, walled city.Israel's Magen David Adom emergency response service identified the victims as two men, aged 47 and 23, both with "gunshot wounds to their upper body". It did not identify those involved.Police had earlier announced 42 arrests in connection with Friday's synagogue attack.The mass shooting unfolded as a 21-year-old resident of Israeli-annexed east Jerusalem drove up to the synagogue in the Neve Yaakov neighbourhood and opened fire during the Jewish Sabbath.The bloodshed, which unfolded on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, marked another dramatic escalation in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.It came a day after one of the deadliest army raids in the occupied West Bank in roughly two decades, as well as rocket fire from militants in the Gaza Strip and Israeli retaliatory air strikes.There have widespread calls to de-escalate the spiralling violence, but tensions are rising.Crowds shouted "Death to Arabs" as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu toured the scene of the synagogue attack late Friday.Palestinians also held spontaneous rallies to celebrate the killings, in Gaza and across the West Bank, including in Ramallah where large crowds swarmed the streets chanting and waving Palestinian flags.Several Arab nations that have ties with Israel-- including Egypt, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates -- condemned the synagogue shooting.The Lebanese group Hezbollah, one of Israel's most prominent foes, praised the attack as "heroic", voicing "absolute support for all the steps taken by the Palestinian resistance factions".- Dozens arrested -The gunman at the synagogue was shot dead by police during a shootout that followed a brief car chase after the attack.There has been no indication that he had prior involvement in militant activity or was a member of an established Palestinian armed group."The Jerusalem District Police and border police fighters arrested 42 suspects -- some of them from the terrorist's (immediate) family, relatives and (neighbours)", a police statement said."The police will thoroughly examine the connection between each of the arrested suspects and the terrorist who carried out the attack, as well as the extent of their knowledge and/or involvement," it added.In a separate statement, police said the force had been placed on the "highest level" of alert following the attack.Israel annexed east Jerusalem following the 1967 Six-Day War. Palestinians claim the area as the capital of their future state.Israel's police chief Kobi Shabtai called the shooting "one of the worst attacks (Israel) has encountered in recent years."- Escalating violence -Nine people had been killed Thursday in what Israel described as a "counter-terrorism" operation in the Jenin refugee camp.It was one of the deadliest Israeli army raids in the occupied West Bank since the second intifada, or Palestinian uprising, of 2000 to 2005.Israel said Islamic Jihad operatives were the target.Islamic Jihad and Hamas both vowed to retaliate, later firing several rockets at Israeli territory.Most of the rockets were intercepted by Israeli air defences. The military responded with strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza.There were no injuries reported on either side, but Gaza's armed groups vowed further action.After the synagogue shooting, Hamas spokesman Hazem Qassem said the attack proved "the resistance knows how to find the appropriate response" to Israeli "crimes".Washington had announced Thursday that US Secretary of State Antony Blinken would travel next week to Israel and the Palestinian territories, where he would push for an "end to the cycle of violence".A US State Department spokesman confirmed on Friday that the visit would go ahead and said Blinken would discuss "steps to be taken to de-escalate tensions".At least 26 Israelis and 200 Palestinians were killed across Israel and the Palestinian territories in 2022, the majority in the West Bank, according to an AFP tally from official sources.bs/dv
Youngsters looking to build their future careers in the low carbon sector could be given a step up the ladder after 20 paid scholarship opportunities were announced in Redcar.