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for UK’s handling of Covid pandemic


On 30 October 85 years ago, the population of the US was – according to Orson Welles – overwhelmed by mass panic, terrified by...


Friends actor dies aged 54


forced out as Speaker of the US House of Representatives


on Italian island in three days


arrested by police


for escaped terror suspect


Wagner leader presumed dead after plane crash


Thousands gather for singer’s funeral


following Wagner mutiny


with rape and human trafficking


Influencer challenged on misogyny and rape allegations


at Coronation ceremony in Westminster Abbey


is crowned in Coronation ceremony


One of the highest rated US TV hosts, Tucker Carlson, is leaving Fox News, the US media giant has announced.

In...


says ex-girlfriend


with ChatGPT AI powers


but can AI rescue big tech?


Influencer Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan will stay in custody until 27 February after a Romanian court extended their po...


and properties raided


the AI software taking the internet by storm?


dies aged 54


over rape and human trafficking case


Brazil's football legend, has died


The decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar was a 'mistake', former head of FIFA Sepp Blatter said on Monday.


More turmoil is surrounding Elon Musk and Twitter as high-profile staff quit and the rules about verified accounts keep changi...


after confirmation he's next UK prime minister


Former chancellor Rishi Sunak will become the next prime minister of the UK having come out on top of the Conservative Party l...


The upcoming midterm elections for US Congress mark the first nationwide vote since Donald Trump supporters stormed the US Cap...


says country will become republic ‘in her lifetime’


King Charles III promised to follow the late Queen's 'selfless duty' in his first address to both Houses of Parliament as mona...


King Charles III has made his first address to the UK as sovereign, following the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.


King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort, have greeted crowds outside Buckingham Palace, where he is due to meet the UK’s P...


Queen Elizabeth II, the UK's longest-serving monarch, has died at Balmoral aged 96, after reigning for 70 years.


Liz Truss has been chosen as the next Conservative leader and will become the UK’s next prime minister following the resignati...


Former US President Donald Trump has said he will not oppose the release of the warrant that let FBI agents search his Mar-a-L...


Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has been ordered to pay $4.1m (£3.3m) in damages after falsely claiming the 2012 Sandy Hook Ele...


Three weeks after a school shooting in Texas, which left 19 children and two teachers dead, actor Matthew McConaughey has spok...


President Joe Biden has said the US should ban assault-style weapons and high-capacity magazines to tackle the 'carnage' of gu...


interview in full


Ex-Russian state TV journalist's plea to Russia


Palestinian report says


The attack happened at Robb Elementary School in the city of Uvalde.

The state’s Governor Greg Abbott said the ...


as attack entered 'most active' phase


by UK government


in first Ukraine war crimes trial


US President Joe Biden has warned China is 'flirting with danger' over Taiwan, and vowed to intervene militarily to protect th...


in first war crimes trial of Ukraine conflict


due to climate change


Nasa's Perseverance rover has reached a big moment in its mission to find evidence of life on Mars.

The robot w...


McDonald's has said it will permanently leave Russia after more than 30 years and has started to sell its restaurants.
...


North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has criticised health officials and ordered the army to help distribute medicine, as a wave o...


for Finland and Sweden to join Nato


Kalush Orchestra and song Stefania?


pictured for first time


Cambodia is calling on the UK government to help it recover antiquities it says were stolen from its temples.

T...


killing Ukrainian civilians


after Russia's invasion of Ukraine


with Finland and Sweden


It is widely expected that Finland will begin the process of joining Nato this week. The move will redraw Europe's security ma...



in Victory Day speech


Victory Day in Russia is its biggest public holiday, commemorating the defeat of Nazi Germany in World War Two in 1945.
...


Microsoft tycoon Bill Gates has urged world leaders to do more to prevent future pandemics, following Covid-19.

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Japan's number of children has been reported to be at its lowest since 1950.

There are just 14.6 million childr...


will not appear on Buckingham Palace balcony


as new White House press secretary


as oil prices surge amid Russia-Ukraine war


Billions of dollars of Chinese money are boosting some European economies - but some of the deals being struck have a catch. C...


as investigators search Bucha ruins


Millions of Indians are experiencing a brutal heatwave that is throwing lives and livelihoods out of gear.

Pri...


Finland and Sweden are said to be considering a joint bid to join Nato despite fears of retaliation from Russia.

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visits destroyed Ukrainian town


On 30 May 1972 the Big Dipper at Battersea Park in south-west London crashed, killing five children and injuring 13 others.


Footage from the film set of Rust, including the aftermath of the fatal shooting of a cinematographer by actor Alec Baldwin, h...


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