Witnesses have revealed the harrowing details of the fatal crush in Seoul.
Witnesses have revealed the harrowing details of the fatal crush in Seoul.
Sussex Dolphin Project has explained the possible reason a humpback whale was near Brighton this week.
President Volodymyr Zelensky travelled to Ukraine’s east to Donetsk, Kharkiv, and then back to Kyiv, to visit wounded soldiers and present service awards to troops on Tuesday, December 6.Videos released on Tuesday, which is Ukraine’s Day of the Armed Forces, show Zelensky visiting a medical centre in Kharkiv and Kyiv.According to the President’s Office and the head of Donetsk’s regional administration, Zelensky also travelled to Donetsk to present military awards there. Credit: Volodymyr Zelensky via Storyful
Stacey Davis left one-year-old Ethan at home with a fractured skull while she ran errands and went to the park.
Free access to the NHS would be made a US-style constitutional right under proposals championed by Sir Keir Starmer.
Yeah, I know we looked at Tawny Ports in the spring and I raved about how fantastic they are when served chilled and partnered by barbecue food, but here’s the thing – they are also quite sublime as fireside wines partnered by a selection of rich hard cheeses.
A couple’s first Christmas tree which they planted in their garden 44 years ago and now stands 50ft high is the only bright landmark in one of Britain’s darkest villages.Avril and Christopher Rowlands dug a hole for their £6 fir outside their front window to mark their first Christmas together in their new home in 1978.Source: SWNS
Shopkeepers and lorry drivers from almost 40 cities are participating in mass walkouts
The Queen of the I'm A Celeb jungle, Jill Scott talked to us at The National Lottery's Big Bash about winning the show, the World Cup, whether Matt Hancock is awkward in the I'm A Celeb Whatspap group and how to make the perfect cup of coffee. .
The British actor vividly remembers seeing the image of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko lying in a hospital bed in the news back in 2006.
The United States said Tuesday it hadn't "enabled" Ukraine to carry out strikes inside Russia, after a spate of drone attacks on military-linked facilities deep within Russian territory. As Russian President Vladimir Putin convened his security council in the wake of the apparent drone strikes, Kyiv did not directly claim responsibility but neither did it criticize the action, which killed three people and damaged long range bombers and a fuel depot, according to reports from Russia. "We have neither encouraged nor enabled the Ukrainians to strike inside of Russia," Secretary of State Antony Blinken told reporters. Washington has held back from supplying Ukraine forces with long-range ATACMS missiles that could strike inside Russia out of fears it could lead to a direct confrontation between Russian forces and those of the US and NATO. But experts believe Ukraine was able to modify old long-distance Soviet-era reconnaissance drones on its own to target them at the bases in the Kursk, Ryazan and Saratov on Monday. But Blinken did not criticize the strikes. Instead, he said, the United States is determined "to make sure that they (Ukraine) have in their hands -- along with many other partners around the world -- the equipment that they need to defend themselves, to defend their territory, to defend their freedom." But US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Tuesday that the US was "absolutely not" doing anything to prevent Ukraine from acquiring its own long-range attack capabilities. - Zelensky visits city near front - Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky meanwhile visited Sloviansk near the eastern frontline Tuesday, describing fighting as "difficult" with Russian forces pushing to capture the industrial city of Bakhmut. Zelensky appeared in a video wearing a heavy winter coat, standing next to a large sign in Ukraine's blue and yellow colours bearing the city name and calling for a moment of silence to commemorate killed Ukrainian soldiers. "The east of Ukraine today is the most difficult front. And I am honoured to be here now with our defending troops in Donbas. I believe that next time we will meet in our Ukrainian Donetsk and Lugansk and in Crimea as well," Zelensky said. He was referring to three regions the Russians or their proxies have controlled since 2014. Russian forces have made a concentrated push since August to capture Bakhmut, about 45 kilometres (28 miles) from Sloviansk, at what Western defense analysts say has been a great cost in lives and equipment. Daily shelling from both sides has been heaviest along the front line in the area. In the nearby Russian-controlled city of Donetsk, its Moscow-appointed mayor said that Ukrainian shelling had killed six civilians and injured others. - Putin call meeting after drone attacks - The Kremlin said Putin met senior officials Tuesday to discuss "domestic security" and said that Russia was taking "necessary" measures to fend off more Ukrainian attacks. One of the Ukraine attacks struck the key Engels airfield in the Saratov region, where Russia keeps some of its strategic nuclear bombers. Ukraine says aircraft at Engels are also used to launch missiles at it from outside its territory. For weeks Moscow has rained missiles down onto Ukraine's electricity and water supply infrastructure, raising the pressure of the war on the country's civilian population as the country moves into winter and power cuts leave them vulnerable to the cold. - Latvia pulls plug on Russia TV channel - Meanwhile Latvia announced Tuesday it was revoking the licence for exiled Russian independent channel Dozhd, or TV Rain, for multiple violations that included showing the annexed Crimean peninsula as part of Russia. The channel, since 2010 a main voice for Russia's opposition, moved to Latvia after Russian authorities blocked its broadcasts for critical coverage of the war in Ukraine. But since then the channel has been accused of supporting Russian soldiers and failing to ensure Latvian language translation, according to the LETA news agency. "TV Rain will stop broadcasting on December 8," Ivars Abolins, head of the Latvian National Electronic Mass Media Council said on Twitter. "The laws of Latvia must be respected by everyone," Abolins added. TV Rain called the accusations as "unfair and absurd", saying that it would remain on YouTube. sg-bur/md
In an interview with Euronews, Kaja Kallas replied to the controversial comments made by President Emmanuel Macron of France.
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Online Safety Bill amendment would require Ofcom to investigate VPNs use to circumvent web rules
A PEMBROKESHIRE woman was caught doing almost 100mph in a BMW on a dual carriageway.
TIM RYAN has enthused that he “really enjoyed” his time at the helm of York City.
The US is to double gas exports to UK, it will be announced on Wednesday as the country faces the first major test of energy resilience in the wake of the Ukraine conflict.
French writer Dominique Lapierre, the author of best-selling books on India like "Freedom at Midnight" and "City of Joy" and whose novels sold tens of millions of copies, has died at the age of 91. Born on July 30, 1931, in Chatelaillon, Lapierre has sold about 50 million copies of the six books he wrote in collaboration with the American writer Larry Collins -- the most famous being "Is Paris Burning?"The non-fiction book published in 1965 chronicled the events leading up to August 1944, when N
A MILLION-pound lottery prize won on a ticket bought just over the Herefordshire border has been claimed.
One of the biggest-ever international ecstasy smuggling operations was smashed when detectives identified a gangster through a photograph of his French Bulldog.
The disgraced lawyer gained fame for representing adult actress Stormy Daniels in legal battles against Donald Trump