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The King and the Queen Consort light a candle at Buckingham Palace to mark Holocaust Memorial Day, alongside Holocaust survivor Dr Martin Stern and a survivor of the Darfur genocide, Amouna Adam.
The victim’s remains were found dumped into a canvas sack in desert area of Mohave County
On January 24, the United States Justice Department, along with eight states, filed an antitrust suit against Google. 'Time' reports that the suit aims to smash the tech giant's alleged monopoly on the online advertising ecosystem.
A man who caused £400 of damage to a police vehicle has admitted criminal damage in court.
TWO services which have relocated to the new medical centre are to offer 'Stroud patients an improved experience'.
Actress Sylvia Syms, best known for the films Ice Cold In Alex and Victim, has died at the age of 89.
The most Instagrammed football stadium in Scotland has been revealed.
Bodycam footage has been released of the beating of Tyre Nichols which has seen five police officers charged with his murder.
Six women have been given suspended sentences after being convicted of criminal damage.
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
Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust are inviting people to join them in February to celebrate LGBT+ History Month.
Prevalence of the virus is lowest in England.
Amateur astronomer Gennadiy Borisov discovered the small lorry-sized asteroid on January 21
A wild turkey has been terrorizing a mobile home park in Anoka County, Minnesota since 2021. Animal rescue officials say it cannot be relocated as it may continue its aggressive behaviour elsewhere.
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Following Brexit, confectioner Pecan Deluxe Candy soon discovered that British operations were plagued by costly new red tape on exports of animal-derived products."We decided to take action because ... we weren't just going to lie down and take it," Graham Kingston, managing director of the Pecan Delux Candy Europe, told AFP. The UK left the European Union's single market and customs union two years ago, forcing exporters of animal-based foodstuffs to submit veterinary certification and other c
For the past several days the focus of war news has been squarely on Germany’s Olaf Scholz. The chancellor has been battling with his conscience over whether to accede to Volodymyr Zelensky’s plea to supply…
More than 100 Harvard students chanted ‘justice for survivors’ as embattled professor John Comaroff began his first lecture of the semester on Tuesday
The Premiership has announced plans to test new shot-clock technology for the first time this weekend