Vienna residents visit Christmas market before lockdown
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Vienna residents visit Christmas market before lockdown
From faux to real foliage, there’s no reason for a naked door this festive season
Dan Walker has missed out on a place in the 'Strictly Come Dancing' semi-final after losing to AJ Odudu in the dance off.
Myanmar's deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi was sentenced on Monday to two years in detention on charges of incitement and breaching coronavirus restrictions in a case her supporters called politically motivated. She was orginally sentenced to four years in prison but the military junta leader reduced it two years' detention in her current location, state TV reported.
Hilarious video from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport shows the bizarre moment a bag rolled across the tarmac for almost a minute on a windy November day.
The defending champion will enter the final race of the season level on points with his title rival
A group supporting former President Donald Trump's agenda is working to bypass Wisconsin's Democratic governor to change the swing state's election laws
The Metropolitan Police is considering complaints submitted by two Labour MPs.
Banksy has offered to raise millions of pounds to boost a bid to transform a prison which once held Oscar Wilde into an arts centre. Campaigners hope the move will prevent the Grade-II listed HMP Reading from being sold to housing developers. The anonymous street artist hopes to transform the Berkshire prison into a "refuge for art" with a possible £10m from the sale of a stencil used for the artwork he painted on the side of the prison in March.
Allegations of fraud and financial mismanagement have followed the CEO for more nearly a decade
Shadow Attorney General Emily Thornberry has called for Dominic Raab to both apologise and resign over his handling of the Afghanistan evacuation in summer.
Grievously wounded during World War II, the Kansas lawmaker became a leading advocate for disability rights legislation
A British teenager who survived a crocodile attack in Zambia has said she had "fully accepted" she would lose a foot. Amelie Osborn-Smith, from Andover, Hampshire, had been with friends on a gap-year holiday and was white-water rafting on the Zambezi River near the famous Victoria Falls when the incident happened.
The Labour leader urged people who have not taken up the offer to ‘think again’ and get vaccinated.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer lambasts the government for not acting quickly enough to bring in pre-departure Covid tests, saying "as ever they are behind the curve". He points out he "called upon" the government to do this last week and they delayed "as they always do".
Former England and Yorkshire fast bowler Darren Gough has been appointed as the managing director of cricket for Yorkshire CCC on an interim basis. Gough, who captained the county, will remain in the role until the end of the 2022 season after the club's entire coaching staff left in the wake of the Azeem Rafiq racism scandal. "Like many, I have followed how the club handled the recent racism allegations with sadness and anger," Gough, who retired in 2008, said.
Harsher punishments to deter drug use, including the removal of passports and driving licences, night-time curfews and travel bans like those imposed on football hooligans, will form part of a government crackdown on illegal drug-related crime. As part of a 10-year plan for tackling drugs crime in England and Wales and taking on the "kingpins" behind supplies, the Boris Johnson has warned criminals they will have "nowhere to hide". The prime minister is promising a £300m investment to close down drugs gangs and dismantle 2,000 more "county lines" supplies with thousands more arrests.
French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly granted an interview to FRANCE 24 and RFI in Dakar, Senegal. Parly slammed a "disinformation campaign" aimed at creating "anti-French discourse" in Africa's Sahel region, as France reorganises its military presence there. The minister said she did not believe Russian Wagner group mercenaries were in the Malian capital Bamako, but added that "that does not mean the current Malian authorities are not planning to bring them there". The arrival of Russian mercenaries in Mali would be "simply unacceptable", she said.
Almost a year on from the coup, resistance to the military is growing stronger and more organised
Britain will in due course consider whether or not to impose a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab said on Tuesday. U.S. government officials will boycott the Olympics in Beijing because of China's human rights "atrocities", the White House said on Monday. Beijing says Washington is plotting to disrupt the Games.
Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence has told reporters of one of the hardest things about shooting her latest movie Don't Look Up - losing a tooth. Lawrence, speaking on the Netflix film's red carpet in New York, explained she "lost a tooth pretty early in the filming", and because of the COVID pandemic, had to wait until "the end of the movie" to get it fixed. The 31-year-old, who is currently expecting her first child, stars as astronomy student Kate Dibiasky alongside Dr Randall Mindy (Leonardo DiCaprio), who together discover that a comet is hurtling towards Earth.