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Robert F Kennedy criticised for ‘exploiting of the tragedy’ of the Holocaust
Activists claim they could paralyse trains moving Russian forces for potential attack on Ukraine
Analysis: Putin can still turn back but it looks less likely as economic and political consequences mount
Chicago police say they are not looking for any suspects in the case
Apparent staff error caused injuries to five people at central London bar Tiger Tiger last month, Met police said
A rare species of eagle that has thrilled bird lovers and baffled scientists since arriving in Maine last month might not be in a hurry to leave
Gardai said that the alleged assaults happened near Sligo on Saturday evening.
Snake catcher Stuart McKenzie found a very Australian way to mark Australia Day, by removing a python from a curtain rail in a home in Buderim, Queensland.“What’s more Australian than having a snake in your house,” McKenzie said, after wishing his customer a happy holiday.The python was found hanging about in the lounge room after it had shed skin in the garage. McKenzie managed to remove it and set it free in a more suitable location. Credit: Stuart McKenzie via Storyful
London mayor Sadiq Khan criticises ‘appalling’ incident amid ‘ongoing investigation’
Experts said men could reduce their risks by having routine health check-ups and maintaining a healthy weight.
Northern Ireland minister Conor Burns said Boris Johnson was 'ambushed by cake'.
If peatlands across Britain keep drying out, ‘we will lose our heritage’, archaeologists have warned.
Images released by the People's Protection Units (YPG), a Kurdish militia, show what they say are their fighters deployed inside Hasakeh's Ghwayran prison, hunting down armed jihadists.
U.S. health officials say COVID-19 antibody drugs from Regeneron and Eli Lilly should no longer be used because they don't work against the omicron variant
‘Covid restrictions on travel should last not a minute longer than is necessary,’ says transport secretary
Coronation Street lines up big scenes for Nina Lucas and Asha Alahan in anxiety storyline, as Nina worries about Asha's plans to visit Glasgow University.
Editorial: A social security system that leaves 14.5 million people living in poverty is failing. Payments must increase
There were 2,762 Covid patients in London hospitals on Tuesday, down slightly on the previous day
The BBC series will pair up members from the general public with artists to depict their ‘extraordinary stories’.
Historic agreements in Glasgow are just ‘words on a page’ without action, Cop26 President Alok Sharma warned.