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A total of 17 people were killed and 42 were injured in two separate Russian attacks on the major northeastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, the regional governor said on Thursday. Governor Oleh Synehubov said more bodies had been discovered as rescuers picked their way through destroyed houses. "As of now, 17 people have died in Kharkiv ... and 42 people have been injured," he wrote on Telegram, describing the attacks as "an act of terrorism".
The musician and environmental activist said he will donate £1,000 to charity if water boss Lawrence Gosden accepts his dare.
Although A-level grades received by UK students are down on the past two years, they remain higher than pre-pandemic levels. Hundreds of thousands of pupils across England, Wales and Northern Ireland got results on Thursday, having sat exams for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak.
Venice’s mayor took to Twitter on August 17 to denounce what he called two “imbeciles” who were spotted riding electric surfboards along a city canal.Mayor Luigi Brugnaro later said the pair had been identified and would be facing fines.Twitter user @angloswissguy replied to the mayor’s post with a couple of videos showing the pair’s exploits.La Nuova Venezia cited police as saying the two were Australians, and that they were facing fines of €1,500 each. Credit: Daniel E via Storyful
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An anti-vaccine group that has harassed doctors and public officials in Italy and France is still active on platforms like Facebook despite efforts to rein in their abuse and misinformation
Heather James appeared on Lorraine to mark the release of Dame Deborah’s second book How To Live When You Could Be Dead.
Campaign group creates interactive map to advise locals and tourists where not to bathe
UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet said Wednesday that it remained unsafe for Rohingya refugees to return to their homes in Myanmar, nearly five years after a crackdown there sparked an exodus to neighbouring Bangladesh.
Education Secretary says A-level grades to be 'tighter' this yearBBC breakfast
Gregory Vooght was accused by the Metropolitan Police of flouting the pandemic restrictions, but told a court he was sitting at his desk working when officers arrived.
‘Calls to defund the FBI are just as wrong as calls to defund the police’
‘We’re not perfect, but we’re getting better every day,’ says corporate responsibility director Liz Fox as she explains the supermarket’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions
The last of three men convicted of hijacking a school bus full of California children for an attempted $5 million ransom in 1976 is being released by the state’s parole board
GCSE results day is a nerve-wracking experience for students after months of anxious waiting over the summer.
A woman has told Sky News that a man wanted for extradition to the US has the "greedy little claws" of the attacker who sexually assaulted her.
Experts predict the cap on energy bills will hit close to £3,600 per year from October.
Of 1,029 entrants, 92.2% passed.
Between them, water companies covering England are in debt to a mind-boggling £36bn, and are paying obscene salaries to CEOs.
The stabbing of author Salman Rushdie has laid bare divisions in Lebanon’s Shiite Muslim community