In time for Thanksgiving, a bizarre video has resurfaced of Kyle Rittenhouse, who was acquitted last year for fatally shooting two men at a 2020 Black Lives Matter protest, advertising a video game he helped create where players “shoot fake news turkeys.” Source: RittenhouseGame, Mint Studios
Sir Simon Towneley, who has died aged 100, was a Lancashire landowner of recusant Catholic descent and a long-serving lord lieutenant of the county. He was also a distinguished musicologist – and the elder brother of the journalist Sir Peregrine Worsthorne.
It kicked off as the Iran boss berated a reporter over guess what ... yes, politics. And Cristiano Ronaldo belted in a penalty to enter legend. A Brazilian scored a stupendous goal too. We should be paying for this. But here's the unalloyed joy ... someone else has forked out gazillions. Politics? What, here in Qatar?The Iran manager, Carlos Queiroz, got shirty with a reporter at the end of the press conference to discuss his side's match on Day 6 with Wales. Queiroz, 69, suggested other bosses
In a special edition, we mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and ask what it will take to end this global epidemic; particularly domestic violence. Annette Young talks to Dr Jane Monckton-Smith, a UK criminologist and a world leader on coercive control and Sarah McGrath, the founder of the NGO Women for Women France. As well, we report on the failure of the French legal system in prosecuting rape cases.Read more on FRANCE 24 EnglishRead also:Egypt struggles to combat scourge of violence against womenFemicide sparks fury in South Korea amid calls for tougher punishment of stalkersViolence against women in China: Footage of restaurant attack sparks outrage
England squad sang national anthem before facing USA in Group B clash. Source: ITV1
The National Audit Office said delays and inflation mean National Highways will not be able to deliver dozens of projects within budget.
Mushroom foraging is on the rise amid the cost of living crisis, leading wildlife experts to caution the public not to rip up the fungi.
Thinktank says it expects chancellor’s autumn statement to leave ‘poisoned inheritance’ for next government
It is a fashionable middle-class lifestyle trend, with a growing band of proponents promoting its mental and physical health benefits.
London Fire Brigade has been found “institutionally misogynist and racist” in a damning independent report.Accounts ranging from women being groped to people having their helmets filled with urine feature in the wide-ranging review, which examined the culture at England’s biggest fire and rescue service.Led by Nazir Afzal, a former chief crown prosecutor for the North West, the review exposed racism, misogyny, bullying and prejudice - and warned the organisation “needs to do more to protect its own people”.
The latest coronavirus case figures have been released
Salvation Army, Sense, Acorns are all charity shops in Worcester.
A newly-established Glasgow charity works to tackle poverty amid the cost of living crisis, which they claim "has been around for a decade".
Two of England’s largest woodlands will be connected for the first time as part of a new reforesting project in honour of the late Queen.
Protestors were heard shouting ‘end the Covid lockdown’
The body has not yet been identified
Anthea Turner has confirmed she's postponed her marriage to Mark Armstrong for a third time.
Latest reactions as England’s lacklustre performance against USA ends in goalless draw
Health Minster Neil O’Brien said: ‘I am determined to make sure everybody seeking NHS dental care can receive it when they need it.’
Tributes and demonstrations have taken place in France to commemorate the 27 migrants who died a year ago in a Channel boat disaster. Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin admitted French rescue services should have intervened. Several boats packed with rescuers and local elected figures took to the sea off the coast of Dunkirk on Thursday to mark the anniversary of the most deadly migrant accident in the Channel on record.The officials tossed wreaths into the water and paused to remember the 27 peo