Spider-man: No Way Home - Official Trailer
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Spider-man: No Way Home - Official Trailer
The Council of Europe said Friday it will launch disciplinary action against Turkey for refusing to free prominent activist and philanthropist Osman Kavala, triggering a procedure used only once before in the organisation's history.
“I would just like them to hold their hand up and say, ‘we’re very much aware that this has happened and we’re going to do something about it’. And I’d like them to do that without taking it away in the next breath.
Cream-cheesed off: bagel-loving New Yorkers face supply chain nightmare. Shop owners tell New York Times of worries over dwindling supplies of the popular breakfast comestible
The stepmother and father of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes were on Friday sentenced for their roles in the child’s killing.
Omicron driving record rate of Covid infection in South African province. Officials say variant’s R number is believed to be above 6, though most cases are mild and no deaths reported
Forecasters predict more ‘unsettled’ weather, while engineers work to reconnect around 4,700 properties to power supplies following Storm Arwen.
Witnesses reported seeing parts of Parliament Street, just around the corner from the Houses of Parliament and close to Downing Street, being closed off to vehicles and “a lot of blue lights arriving”. Whitehall and other street were briefly closed off in the past hour while officers assessed an item in the vicinity of Parliament Square that was found to be non-suspicious.
Jimmy Carr blasts anti-vaxxer in audience at his gig: 'Slap yourself in the f**king face'
Hippo takes underwater nap during fish spa treatment from tankmates
The illicit drugs market in the UK has been estimated to be worth £9.4 billion a year.
Far-right group claims to have sent thousands of emails to rescue charity claiming to be from ‘concerned citizens’
Omicron’s march through the UK and the fallout from the murder of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes are splashed across the front pages on Saturday.
Boris Johnson has welcomed the Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah, to Number 10 Downing Street, where he said they will be discussing the "intensification of our friendship" with the nation.
Boris Johnson has vowed to get to the bottom of how the social services system allowed 6-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes to be murdered by his abusive stepmother. The prime minister said: "What we've got to make sure now is that we learn the lessons about that case … we will leave absolutely no stone unturned to find out exactly what went wrong".
Might it bring a Michelin star back to Glasgow? Jay Rayner isn’t sure he cares
A court has imposed Panama’s maximum sentence of 50 years in prison on seven members of a cult who killed a woman and six children in a religious rite in a remote part of the Central American nation
The Scottish government said on Friday it expected cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant to rise significantly in upcoming days as there was now community transmission of the strain. "The number of Omicron cases now being reported in Scotland is rising, and cases are no longer all linked to a single event, but to several different sources including a Steps concert," said Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon after the number of cases of the variant in Scotland increased to 29.
The rollout will be delivered in ‘in descending age groups’ and focusing on priority groups first.
A former Arizona nurse who impregnated and abused a long-term care patient has been jailed for 10 years for sexual assault. Nathan Sutherland, who worked at a Hacienda HealthCare facility in Phoenix, in the United States, was handed the maximum sentence allowed under the sexual assault charge. The abuse of the woman, who cannot speak and only has the ability to move her limbs, head and neck, was only discovered after she gave birth in December 2018 at the care facility.
Fire service vehicles in Oaklyn, New Jersey, were covered in bright lights for a “Parade of Lights” on December 2.This footage, livestreamed by the Oaklyn Fire Department, shows the vehicles, covered in Christmas lights and ornaments, lined up and departing for the parade. Credit: Oaklyn Fire Department via Storyful