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Suspect appears in court charged with murder and preparing acts of terrorism
The committee has suggested pro-Trump congressman could be called to testify as a material witness
The International Monetary Fund expects Europe's inflationary pressures to fade out in early 2022. Alfred Kammer, Director of the Europe Department at the International Monetary Fund, says the European economic recovery is 'resilient', but must not be jeopardised by withdrawing stimulus measures too quickly.
The first of the 5,500 EU poultry workers given temporary visas are expected to arrive in the UK in early November.
Marshall retained her WBO middleweight title on Saturday night to move a step closer to a fight that could be the biggest and most significant in the sport’s history
Libya's fragile unity government hosted an international conference Thursday to build support ahead of the war-battered country's landmark December election.
Ted Cruz explains his bill to house migrants in Democrat-led jurisdictions
The trial of a former Nevada prison inmate accused of the 1984 killing of a suburban Denver woman has ended in a mistrial after his lawyers requested an evaluation to determine if he is mentally competent to stand trial
Participation of Modi will be a major boost to effort to tighten world climate action goals, with India the third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases
Turkish businessman Melih Tanriverdi seethes at the suggestion that his private defence consultancy has become Ankara's secret weapon in wars across North Africa and the Middle East.
When British pop band Duran Duran made their debut, they did not know how long they would last. Formed by Taylor and keyboardist Nick Rhodes in 1978, Duran Duran rose to fame with hits such as "Girls on Film" and "Rio". The band, with lead singer Simon Le Bon and drummer Roger Taylor, has sold more than 100 million records worldwide and won two Grammy Awards.
Fears of a major resurgence of Covid-19 in Britain dominate the Thursday papers.
Strictly Come Dancing hopeful Judi Love has tested positive for Covid-19 and she will miss this weekend’s show. The Loose Women star, who lives in London with her two children, and her professional partner Graziano Di Prima will sit out Saturday’s show. “While Judi and Graziano will not be taking part in Strictly Come Dancing this weekend, Strictly Come Dancing protocols mean that all being well, they will return the following week.”
The three parties started coalition negotiations on Thursday and aim to finish talks in late November. View on euronews
No formal Cop26 role for big oil amid doubts over firms’ net zero plans . Officials from fossil fuel firms may attend fringe events but campaigners hail lack of official role
Retail sales volumes took a surprise dip last month to achieve their longest losing streak on record, according to official figures released as a measure of consumer confidence showed a slump to levels last seen in February.
Duchess of Sussex says she is writing letter as a mom
The 25-year-old was remanded in custody.
Mary Berry 'very thrilled' to be honoured with damehood
Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso on Wednesday refused to testify to a parliamentary committee that is investigating revelations about the 65-year-old in the Pandora Papers leaks. The committee was convened by the opposition-dominated congress to investigate ex-banker Lasso's activities in tax havens.Earlier this month, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) leaked a trove of documents exposing the secret offshore accounts of a host of world leaders, including Lasso.T