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Star Wars: Visions trailer
Diplomat was ‘very sad to be forced to leave’
MPs and peers said the fall of Afghanistan showed Britain’s national security machinery is ‘inadequate to the task’.
"Representation matters so much," one viewer wrote on Twitter.
Give £200 to every child for catch-up lessons – Lib Dems. Ed Davey reveals £5bn ‘listen to parents’ scheme to spend on extra tuition
There was no fairytale finish for Fallon Sherock in the Nordic Masters. The ‘Queen of the Palace’, who famously became the first woman to win a main-draw match at the PDC World Championship, was beaten in the final by Michael van Gerwen 11-7 in Copenhagen on Saturday. Sherock’s already pioneering narrative added another memorable addition earlier in the day as she overcame deficits of 7-1 and 8-2 to beat world No 5 and former World Matchplay champion Dimitri Van den Bergh 11-10 in the semi-final.
Aaron Goodey, 23, met his victims on Grindr before going to their houses and raping them. Both attacks took place in the Enfield area. Further enquiries resulted in Goodey being linked to a third offence that occurred in Lambeth in January 2020 where a man was assaulted and forced to withdraw money by a man who he had met for consensual sex.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says France would have known Australia had “deep and grave concerns” that a submarine fleet the French were building would not meet Australia's needs
The quartet of newly minted citizen astronauts comprising the SpaceX Inspiration4 mission safely splashed down in the Atlantic off Florida's coast on Saturday, completing a three-day flight of the first all-civilian crew ever sent into Earth orbit. The successful launch and return of the mission, the latest in a recent string of rocket-powered expeditions bankrolled by their billionaire passengers, marked another milestone in the fledgling industry of commercial astro-tourism, 60 years after the
The big picture: standing out from the crowd in New Delhi, 1984A lifelong passion for India and its people is evident in Mitch Epstein’s colourful new collection Republic Day parade, New Delhi, 1984. Photograph: Mitch Epstein
There are plenty of highly-anticipated title fights and rematches on the UFC’s calendar before the year is up
My grandmother’s Nazi killer evaded justice. Modern war criminals must not As the 75th anniversary of the Nuremberg trials approaches, Ilse Cohn’s grandson calls for international law to ensure those committing atrocities today face retribution Hermann Goering and Rudolf Hess, both far left, at Nuremberg. Photograph: Bettmann Archive
Fears of US government shutdown as debt ceiling game of chicken beginsIf neither side budges, US risks default on debt and lowered credit rating, which would cost billions Nancy Pelosi: ‘We’re paying the Trump credit card.’ Photograph: Lenin Nolly/NurPhoto/Rex/Shutterstock
‘Persuasion first, violence later’: the Taliban’s new vice and virtue approachIn his first interview with western media, Kandahar’s enforcer promises that things will be different from the brutal 1990s A Taliban policeman slaps a boy for loitering. Force is now supposed to be a last resort, according to Kandahar’s new vice and virtue chief. Photograph: Oliver Weiken/DPA
Dix Noonan Webb is selling the collection in 136 lots at the end of this month.
A friend in need: volunteers rush to help refugees feel at home in UK. Up to 50 people a day are signing up to offer help to Afghans who fled the Taliban
World's first space tourists splashdown after three days orbiting Earth - the first time it's been done without a professional astronaut on boardView on euronews
‘Truth-telling has to happen’: the museum of America’s racist history. The Legacy Museum, opening in October, lands at a time when racial violence is again on the rise and critical race theory is being used to prevent America’s racist past being taught in schools
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Sunday rejected France's accusations Canberra lied about plans to cancel a contract to buy French submarines, saying he had raised concerns over the deal "some months ago". Australia's decision to tear up a deal for the French submarines in favour of American nuclear-powered vessels sparked outrage in Paris, with President Emmanuel Macron recalling France's ambassadors to Canberra and Washington in an unprecedented move.Macron will have a call with US
The former champion said he had ‘done nothing wrong’
A bar of dark milk butterscotch hits the spot after Kew. The gardens’ gift shop has plenty to satisfy my chocolate craving