All you need to know as the boxing icon takes on the mixed martial artist in Japan
A property arranged as five residential dwellings at Wootton Bridge on the Isle of Wight has been sold in auction for £401,105 in a bidding war.
Smoke and flames rose from the rooftop of the Battery Maritime Building in New York on Saturday, September 24.The New York City Fire Department said the fire was reported at a rooftop air conditioning unit.The building houses the Governor’s Island ferry terminal as well as Casa Cipriani, a private member’s club.Ferry service to and from Governor’s Island was delayed due to the incident.Videos filmed by Twitter user @EmpireState21 show a person using a fire extinguisher to fight flames on the rooftop and billowing smoke. Credit: @EmpireState21 via Storyful
Abortions have effectively been banned in Arizona after a judge lifted an injunction that had blocked prosecutions for nearly 50 years. It comes after the US Supreme Court overturned the 1973 Roe v Wade ruling in June. The landmark ruling had given all women the right to an abortion.
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A powerful typhoon has shifted and strengthened in an “explosive intensification” as it approached the northeastern Philippines
A frustrated Tom Brady reportedly broke two tablets on the sidelines during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ victory over the New Orleans Saints last weekend
Have Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng done the Labour Party a favour with their tax giveaways that put cash in the pockets of millionaires and City bankers? At first, it appeared the chancellor's bigger-than-expected tax handouts had presented Labour with a challenge and even a dilemma. There was talk of the chancellor setting Labour a tax trap.
China and India called for a negotiated end to the Ukraine war on Saturday with Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi cautioning both Russia and Ukraine to “keep the crisis from spilling over” and affecting developing countries. After a week of pressure at the United Nations General Assembly, Russia’s foreign minister took the General Assembly rostrum to deliver a fiery rebuke to Western nations for what he termed a “grotesque” campaign against Russians.
Police arrest teenager on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving
A statue of Celtic great Billy McNeill is to be unveiled in his hometown.
The Labour leader said his party’s plans would see all electricity generated by renewable and nuclear power by 2030.
Russian-occupied regions of Ukraine have begun holding referendums asking voters whether they want to join Russia.
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North Korea fired a ballistic missile towards the sea off its east coast on Sunday, ahead of planned military drills by South Korean and US forces involving an aircraft carrier and a visit to Seoul by US Vice President Kamala Harris.
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to provide assistance to those affected, as troops are deployed to help recovery efforts.
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The Prime Minister is expected to review the shortage occupation list, designed to help migrants get work visas to fill vacancies in the UK
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. wants to “reintroduce the Philippines” to the world
Centre-left and centrist parties held their final rallies in Rome, far-right Giorgia Meloni headed to Naples, while the League's Matteo Salvini protested EU chief Ursula von der Leyen