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Volodymyr Zelenskyy publishes video of attack on shopping center in Kremenchug
Several young deer scampered and skipped around a sports field in Gardiner, Montana, recently shared video shows.This footage was shot by Cindy Shaffer, a Montana native who regularly posts footage from visits to Yellowstone National Park and the nearby Grand Tetons National Park.Shaffer recorded this scene at the Gardiner High School sports track.“Oh my God they are so cute. They are just having a blast. So fun to watch,” she said. Credit: Cindy Shaffer via Storyful
Western leaders vowed to support Ukraine “for as long as it takes” after hearing President Volodymyr Zelensky‘s strategy for the war against Russia. The Ukrainian president spoke during a video meeting at the G7 summit as the leaders of the major economies prepared to unveil plans for a price cap on Russian oil, raise tariffs on Russian goods and impose other new sanctions. The US is also preparing to announce the purchase of an advanced surface-to-air missile system for Kyiv to help Ukraine fight back against Vladimir Putin’s aggression, a day after Russian missiles hit the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv for the first time in weeks and as its military continued a full-on assault on the last remaining Ukrainian hold-out in the Luhansk region.
The widow of slain police officer Andrew Harper said she believes he is “smiling down at me with pride and love” after her campaign in his memory became law. Lissie Harper, 31, was compelled to lobby the Government after being “outraged” by the prison sentences handed to the three teenagers responsible for killing her husband while he responded to a burglary, hours after he was due to clock off and begin his honeymoon. She told the PA news agency it is important to mark the law change as a positive, but said she feels she will “never be able to move on” from her husband’s death.
A drink-driver who tried to evade police at more than 130mph was eventually stopped by a police stinger.
The socialite is facing 55 years in prison when she is sentenced on Tuesday
Credit Suisse may "temper" some of its key growth initiatives in wealth management as it focuses efforts on a risk turnaround and bolstering technology, executives said in their first update to investors since a new strategy was set out. A series of losses and scandals have hammered Credit Suisse's share price since March 2021, prompting ousters and a strategic overhaul to rein in its investment bank and focus further on managing the fortunes of the world's rich. Those plans were laid out in November - before inflation, rising interest rates, commodity shocks and Russia's war in Ukraine unleashed turmoil on financial markets and caused many investors to retreat from borrowing and perceived risks.
People caught piloting small boats that carry migrants across the Channel could face life in prison under new laws. The Nationality and Borders Act came into force today, introducing the tougher penalty for those who smuggle migrants into the UK - up from 14 years imprisonment. The legislation also increases the maximum penalty for illegally entering the UK or overstaying a visa, rising from six months in prison to four years.
Police and fishing enforcement teams have been patrolling the bank of the River Ribble after reports of poaching and non-compliance with licences.
New legislation coming into force this week will allow judges to hand down life sentences to dangerous drivers who who cause death
Adrian Placzek was on a trip with friends travelling on the North Coast 500 route when he was involved in an accident.
According to local authorities, a Russian missile hit a shopping mall in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, on Monday, June 27. The acting governor of the Poltava region, Dmitry Lunin, confirmed there were at least 10 dead and 40 injured.This footage uploaded to Facebook by Sergey Kruk, the head of Ukraine’s State Emergency Service (SES), shows rescuers attempting to put out a fire at the mall and removing rubble from the site.In a caption accompanying the footage, Kruk said that response groups are already in place and that they will post further updates later.President Zelensky released a statement condemning the strike, saying there were “more than a thousand civilians” at the location. "The number of victims is impossible to imagine,” Zelensky said. Credit: State Emergency Service via Storyful
The health of a mother and her three children is worsening as a result of living in social housing full of damp and mould.
Hollyoaks has revealed the outcome of Ali Shahzad's trial as the soap revisits Misbah Maalik's historic rape storyline.
Labour has said pupils should receive face-to-face, professional careers guidance while at school.
Proposals to rewrite the law take gender self-identification too far. Here’s the feminist case against, says writer Susanna Rustin
Humberside Police have released a CCTV image of a man after a theft at a business in Beverley.
‘A weapon that can take lives has more power than a woman who can give life if she chooses to,’ Henson said
The star and his girlfriend, actress Dakota Johnson, visited The Stag Inn in Hinton Charterhouse late on Sunday afternoon.
Sir Colin Blakemore, the former Oxford Professor of Physiology and head of the Medical Research Council, who has died aged 78, endured threats, letter bombs and even parcels of HIV-infected hypodermic needles sent to his children, yet he remained Britain’s most outspoken advocate of vivisection and became one of the country’s best-known scientists, campaigning on issues such as drugs policy and libel reform.