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The Ukrainian has moved up from cruiserweight in recent years after becoming an undisputed champion
This year’s celebrities are said to be hesitant to be paired with them
Hungary has continued to brazenly defy the European Union over its reviled anti-LGBT+ law, insisting that it’s not homophobic to “protect children”.
Lady Gaga’s dogwalker has struck down rumours that the singer has not supported him after he was shot while taking care of her pets.
Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers have set up a ministry for the “propagation of virtue and the prevention of vice” in the building that once housed the Women’s Affairs Ministry
Three shots will come to be viewed as the necessary requirement to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, Dr Anthony Fauci has told The Telegraph.
‘This is no time to be cool and sitting at the edges,’ says actor
The top U.S. military officer is in Greece is meeting with NATO counterparts this weekend, and Army Gen. Mark Milley is hoping to forge more basing, intelligence-sharing and other agreements to prevent terrorist groups from regrouping in Afghanistan, and threatening America and the region
He previously said he felt ‘abandoned and unsupported’ following near-death experience
Half-term holiday bookings jump 200% after England travel rules changeThomas Cook says it expects a busy weekend for bookings as people take advantage of simplified travel rulesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Heathrow airport. The government has scrapped the traffic light system and replaced it with a pared-down ‘red’ list of countries with quarantine restrictions for arrivals. Photograph: Barry Lewis/Alamy
The rise has been blamed on high global demand, maintenance issues and lower solar and wind energy output.
France abolished the death penalty 40 years ago Saturday, the culmination of 200 years of activism. Recently elected socialist president François Mitterrand backed the move, but it was unpopular, and about 50 percent of the French public want to re-instate the sentence. When the French National Assembly voted to abolish the death penalty 40 years ago Saturday, more than 60 percent of the population still backed capital punishment. But then president François Mitterrand stood by his campaign prom
At least two people were killed and up to 20 more wounded in three explosions in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad on Saturday, a Taliban official said.
Singer, actor and children’s book author has enjoyed a prolific career outside of his band, McFly
Bouteflika suffered a stroke in 2013 that badly weakened him.View on euronews
ABTA spokesperson Sean Tipton says the travel association welcomes the Department for Transport’s decision to relax international travel rules.
Romanian authorities say two journalists and an environmental activist have been beaten up by suspected illegal loggers in a forest in northeast Romania while making a documentary about illicit deforestation
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French recall of ambassadors indicates extent of anger over Aukus rift. Analysis: ties between Paris and Washington in worse state than at time of Iraq war after Australia’s cancellation of submarine deal
‘The cover is like a piece of art in itself’: 32 years of Guardian Weekend magazineSince its creation in late 1988, the Guardian’s Saturday supplement has been lauded for front covers and features that have caught the eye and sparked joy or sometimes controversy. As its final edition is published, some of the team who worked on it explain how they brought the magazine to life Clockwise from top left: Sebastião Salgado in Antarctica, 2005; Michaela Coel and gal-dem, 2018; Gordon Brown and a great