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    LVMH's billionaire boss Arnault defends Notre-Dame donations


    France's richest man Bernard Arnault hit out on Thursday at critics of his rush to donate tens of millions of euros to the restoration of Notre-Dame cathedral, saying he would not benefit from tax breaks and branding the sniping as...

    France's richest man Bernard Arnault hit out on Thursday at critics of his rush to donate tens of millions of euros to the restoration of Notre-Dame cathedral, saying he would not benefit from tax breaks and branding the sniping as petty.
    At least 29 killed in Madeira after tourist bus veered off the road

    At least 29 killed in Madeira after tourist bus veered off the road


    At least 29 people, most of them German tourists, were killed and 27 others injured on Wednesday when their bus veered off a steep narrow road on the Portuguese island of Madeira, authorities...

    At least 29 people, most of them German tourists, were killed and 27 others injured on Wednesday when their bus veered off a steep narrow road on the Portuguese island of Madeira, authorities said.
    Farage's new Brexit party takes lead in EU vote poll

    Farage's new Brexit party takes lead in EU vote poll


    Nigel Farage's new Brexit Party has surged ahead in UK opinion polls for next month's European Parliament elections, with a new survey suggesting it is on course to leave Labour and the Conservatives trailing in its...

    Nigel Farage's new Brexit Party has surged ahead in UK opinion polls for next month's European Parliament elections, with a new survey suggesting it is on course to leave Labour and the Conservatives trailing in its wake.

    France launches international contest to design new spire for Notre-Dame rebuild


    France yesterday called on architects of the world to submit ideas on a new spire for Notre-Dame after it burned in Monday's blaze, prompting debate over whether to copy the old or embrace an entirely new...

    France yesterday called on architects of the world to submit ideas on a new spire for Notre-Dame after it burned in Monday's blaze, prompting debate over whether to copy the old or embrace an entirely new design.
    Shannon Stirone: 'A constant in a chaotic, churning world, Notre-Dame has once again stood firm'

    Shannon Stirone: 'A constant in a chaotic, churning world, Notre-Dame has once again stood firm'


    Notre-Dame, like the Eiffel Tower, is such a Parisian icon that its existence barely registers in conscious thought. Architectural monuments like this are so ingrained in a city's identity that it's as though they are as unmoving as the sky...

    Notre-Dame, like the Eiffel Tower, is such a Parisian icon that its existence barely registers in conscious thought. Architectural monuments like this are so ingrained in a city's identity that it's as though they are as unmoving as the sky itself.
    Up to 28 people killed in tourist bus accident on Portuguese island of Madeira

    Up to 28 people killed in tourist bus accident on Portuguese island of Madeira


    Several people were killed and others injured after a tourist bus overturned in a coastal town on the Portuguese island of Madeira on Wednesday, officials...

    Several people were killed and others injured after a tourist bus overturned in a coastal town on the Portuguese island of Madeira on Wednesday, officials said.
    UK to become first country to check porn viewers' age, government said

    UK to become first country to check porn viewers' age, government said


    The United Kingdom will become the first country in the world to demand age verification for people viewing pornography online when new checks come into force in three months' time, the government said on...

    The United Kingdom will become the first country in the world to demand age verification for people viewing pornography online when new checks come into force in three months' time, the government said on Wednesday.

    'Beyond emotion, beyond words, beyond tears' - the minutes that saved Notre Dame


    Fuelled by a lattice of centuries-old timbers, the Notre Dame fire moved hungrily across the cathedral's rooftop toward its iconic spire as firefighters, priests and municipal workers passed treasures hand-to-hand, hoping to outrun the...

    Fuelled by a lattice of centuries-old timbers, the Notre Dame fire moved hungrily across the cathedral's rooftop toward its iconic spire as firefighters, priests and municipal workers passed treasures hand-to-hand, hoping to outrun the flames.
    Fate of Notre Dame treasures: What was lost and what has survived the horrific blaze

    Fate of Notre Dame treasures: What was lost and what has survived the horrific blaze


    Several of the most sacred artefacts and objects housed at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris have been saved following the fire - but the fates of others are still...

    Several of the most sacred artefacts and objects housed at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris have been saved following the fire - but the fates of others are still unclear.
    Climate call: Arrests made at London protests ahead of Dublin march

    Climate call: Arrests made at London protests ahead of Dublin march


    Police have arrested 290 people in two days of protests after climate-change activists blocked some of London's most important junctions including Oxford Circus and Marble Arch, causing traffic...

    Police have arrested 290 people in two days of protests after climate-change activists blocked some of London's most important junctions including Oxford Circus and Marble Arch, causing traffic chaos.
    Breakthrough diabetes drug protects against kidney disease

    Breakthrough diabetes drug protects against kidney disease


    A breakthrough treatment could help protect hundreds of millions of people from the "21st century epidemic" of deadly diabetic kidney disease, a major trial has...

    A breakthrough treatment could help protect hundreds of millions of people from the "21st century epidemic" of deadly diabetic kidney disease, a major trial has found.
    Workers who left minutes before fire questioned but 'nothing indicates deliberate act'

    Workers who left minutes before fire questioned but 'nothing indicates deliberate act'


    French detectives investigating the Notre-Dame fire yesterday questioned workers who had been restoring the cathedral and left the site minutes before the blaze broke...

    French detectives investigating the Notre-Dame fire yesterday questioned workers who had been restoring the cathedral and left the site minutes before the blaze broke out.

    Work-based health plans don't cut sick days or boost productivity


    Workplace wellness programmes which aim to help employees stay fit, healthy and - crucially - productive, do not reduce sick days, staff turnover or improve job performance, a major trial has...

    Workplace wellness programmes which aim to help employees stay fit, healthy and - crucially - productive, do not reduce sick days, staff turnover or improve job performance, a major trial has found.
    Fate of treasures: What was lost and what has survived the horrific blaze

    Fate of treasures: What was lost and what has survived the horrific blaze


    Several of the most sacred artefacts and objects housed at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris have been saved following the fire - but the fates of others are still...

    Several of the most sacred artefacts and objects housed at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris have been saved following the fire - but the fates of others are still unclear.
    Embassies building in Madrid evacuated after bomb threat

    Embassies building in Madrid evacuated after bomb threat


    A skyscraper housing embassies in Madrid was evacuated yesterday after a bomb threat was received by telephone at the Australian embassy there, a police spokeswoman...

    A skyscraper housing embassies in Madrid was evacuated yesterday after a bomb threat was received by telephone at the Australian embassy there, a police spokeswoman said.
    Russia to pull plug on global internet access

    Russia to pull plug on global internet access


    Russian lawmakers have passed the third reading of a controversial bill designed to create a fully autonomous local...

    Russian lawmakers have passed the third reading of a controversial bill designed to create a fully autonomous local internet.

    Notre Dame fire: French President Macron hopes to rebuild cathedral in five years


    President Emmanuel Macron pledged on Tuesday that France would rebuild the fire-devastated Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, saying he hoped the work would be done in five years and the French people would pull together to repair their national...

    President Emmanuel Macron pledged on Tuesday that France would rebuild the fire-devastated Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, saying he hoped the work would be done in five years and the French people would pull together to repair their national symbol.
    French billionaires pledge €300m to help rebuild iconic Cathedral

    French billionaires pledge €300m to help rebuild iconic Cathedral


    Fundraising has already begun in the wake of the fire that engulfed Paris’s Notre Dame, as the French president Emmanuel Macron invited the world to work together to rebuild the...

    Fundraising has already begun in the wake of the fire that engulfed Paris’s Notre Dame, as the French president Emmanuel Macron invited the world to work together to rebuild the cathedral.
    Heart of Paris burns - iconic Notre-Dame is gutted by blaze

    Heart of Paris burns - iconic Notre-Dame is gutted by blaze


    The heart of Paris was torn asunder last night as a fire ripped through Notre-Dame cathedral and gutted Europe's most loved historic...

    The heart of Paris was torn asunder last night as a fire ripped through Notre-Dame cathedral and gutted Europe's most loved historic monument.
    City of Lights now needs another Victor Hugo to champion its Gothic survivor

    City of Lights now needs another Victor Hugo to champion its Gothic survivor


    Every year some 12 million visitors, watched silently by a menagerie of Gothic gargoyles, chimeras and grotesques teem through the portals of Notre-Dame de Paris. Some, of course, come to pray. Most come to take photographs, bathe in the plays of...

    Every year some 12 million visitors, watched silently by a menagerie of Gothic gargoyles, chimeras and grotesques teem through the portals of Notre-Dame de Paris. Some, of course, come to pray. Most come to take photographs, bathe in the plays of kaleidoscopic light through great rose windows, stare into the high-pointed vaults, listen for bells and, perhaps, sense something of the mysterious, miraculous and even diabolical.
    Causes of cancer show up in DNA of tumours

    Causes of cancer show up in DNA of tumours


    The cause of cancer is written into the DNA of tumours, scientists have discovered, in a breakthrough that could finally show how much disease is attributable to factors such as air pollution or...

    The cause of cancer is written into the DNA of tumours, scientists have discovered, in a breakthrough that could finally show how much disease is attributable to factors such as air pollution or pesticides.
    Assange used embassy as 'centre for spying'

    Assange used embassy as 'centre for spying'


    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange repeatedly violated his asylum conditions and tried to use the Ecuadorian embassy in London as a centre for spying, Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno told Britain's 'Guardian'...

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange repeatedly violated his asylum conditions and tried to use the Ecuadorian embassy in London as a centre for spying, Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno told Britain's 'Guardian' newspaper.
    Putin plans first summit with Kim next week

    Putin plans first summit with Kim next week


    The Kremlin has confirmed preparations are under way for a historic first summit between Vladimir Putin and Kim...

    The Kremlin has confirmed preparations are under way for a historic first summit between Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un.
    President holds debate with empty lectern ahead of key second vote

    President holds debate with empty lectern ahead of key second vote


    The Ukrainian presidential race took a surreal turn when what was supposed to be a debate between the two candidates featured President Petro Poroshenko discussing his country's future with an empty lectern bearing the name of his rival, a...

    The Ukrainian presidential race took a surreal turn when what was supposed to be a debate between the two candidates featured President Petro Poroshenko discussing his country's future with an empty lectern bearing the name of his rival, a comedian.
    Five Facts about Notre Dame Cathedral

    Five Facts about Notre Dame Cathedral


    Notre-Dame Cathedral went up in flames on Monday in a roaring blaze that devastated the Parisian landmark, a searing loss for the city and for France. Here are five facts on the Gothic masterpiece that celebrated its 850th jubilee in...

    Notre-Dame Cathedral went up in flames on Monday in a roaring blaze that devastated the Parisian landmark, a searing loss for the city and for France. Here are five facts on the Gothic masterpiece that celebrated its 850th jubilee in 2013
    In Pictures: Fire guts Paris' Notre-Dame, but structure saved from destruction

    In Pictures: Fire guts Paris' Notre-Dame, but structure saved from destruction


    A massive fire consumed Notre-Dame Cathedral on Monday, gutting and destroying the roof of the Paris landmark and stunning France and the world, but firefighters said they had saved the shell of the stone structure from...

    A massive fire consumed Notre-Dame Cathedral on Monday, gutting and destroying the roof of the Paris landmark and stunning France and the world, but firefighters said they had saved the shell of the stone structure from collapse.

    Gatwick drone operators had inside link, airport head suggests


    Culprits behind the drone chaos at Gatwick had an insight into how the airport was reacting to the incident, its head of operations has...

    Culprits behind the drone chaos at Gatwick had an insight into how the airport was reacting to the incident, its head of operations has said.
    Dutch fertility doctor fathered 49 children

    Dutch fertility doctor fathered 49 children


    A Dutch fertility doctor secretly fathered at least 49 children by inseminating female patients with his own sperm, telling the women that it came from anonymous...

    A Dutch fertility doctor secretly fathered at least 49 children by inseminating female patients with his own sperm, telling the women that it came from anonymous donors.
    Navy sailors test positive for cocaine

    Navy sailors test positive for cocaine


    Seven sailors have been expelled from a British navy submarine after testing positive for...

    Seven sailors have been expelled from a British navy submarine after testing positive for cocaine.
    Merkel's hustings snub is sign of 'dispute' with party's new leader

    Merkel's hustings snub is sign of 'dispute' with party's new leader


    Angela Merkel has upset the new leader of her Christian Democratic Party (CDU) by cancelling a key hustings for the European...

    Angela Merkel has upset the new leader of her Christian Democratic Party (CDU) by cancelling a key hustings for the European elections.
    UK government urged to ensure Assange can be extradited to Sweden

    UK government urged to ensure Assange can be extradited to Sweden


    More than 70 Parliamentarians have signed a letter urging the Government to ensure Julian Assange faces Swedish authorities if they request his...

    More than 70 Parliamentarians have signed a letter urging the Government to ensure Julian Assange faces Swedish authorities if they request his extradition.

    Drivers on cannabis will not immediately lose licence


    Motorists caught driving after consuming cannabis will no longer face having their driver's licences immediately revoked in...

    Motorists caught driving after consuming cannabis will no longer face having their driver's licences immediately revoked in Germany.
    Man 'fuelled by jealousy' who murdered his 'prodigiously gifted' ex-girlfriend is jailed

    Man 'fuelled by jealousy' who murdered his 'prodigiously gifted' ex-girlfriend is jailed


    A maths graduate who was "fuelled by jealousy" when he carried out the brutal murder of his "prodigiously gifted" former girlfriend has been jailed for life with a minimum of 15 years and 310...

    A maths graduate who was "fuelled by jealousy" when he carried out the brutal murder of his "prodigiously gifted" former girlfriend has been jailed for life with a minimum of 15 years and 310 days.
    Footballer jailed for driving car into teenagers who called him 'fatty'

    Footballer jailed for driving car into teenagers who called him 'fatty'


    A FOOTBALL player has been given an extended 10-year prison sentence after he used his car as a "weapon" to mow down 11 young rival supporters after they taunted him by calling him...

    A FOOTBALL player has been given an extended 10-year prison sentence after he used his car as a "weapon" to mow down 11 young rival supporters after they taunted him by calling him "fatty".

    Retired pope blames abuse scandal on '60s sex revolution


    Retired Pope Benedict XVI has published an analysis on the Catholic Church's clergy sex abuse scandal, blaming it on the sexual revolution of the 1960s and Church laws that protected...

    Retired Pope Benedict XVI has published an analysis on the Catholic Church's clergy sex abuse scandal, blaming it on the sexual revolution of the 1960s and Church laws that protected priests.

    Harry and Meghan to keep royal birth 'private'


    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have announced they intend to keep the arrival of their baby...

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have announced they intend to keep the arrival of their baby secret.
    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces up to five years in prison and extradition to the US after UK arrest

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces up to five years in prison and extradition to the US after UK arrest


    U.S. prosecutors announced charges on Thursday against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, accusing him of conspiring with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to gain access to a government computer as part of one of the largest compromises of...

    U.S. prosecutors announced charges on Thursday against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, accusing him of conspiring with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to gain access to a government computer as part of one of the largest compromises of classified information in U.S. history.
    EU offers May Brexit delay to Hallowe’en

    EU offers May Brexit delay to Hallowe’en


    The UK is heading for a Hallowe'en Brexit after leaders of the remaining 27 EU countries offered to delay the deadline for withdrawal to October...

    The UK is heading for a Hallowe'en Brexit after leaders of the remaining 27 EU countries offered to delay the deadline for withdrawal to October 31.
    'Dream come true' as blind veterans find love at 97

    'Dream come true' as blind veterans find love at 97


    Two blind veterans from the UK have found love again in their 90s and celebrated with a blessing where they vowed to live out their days...

    Two blind veterans from the UK have found love again in their 90s and celebrated with a blessing where they vowed to live out their days together.
    Orban will not bend to EU pressure to soften laws on international universities after Soros college row

    Orban will not bend to EU pressure to soften laws on international universities after Soros college row


    Hungary will not relax rules for international universities despite pressure from the European Union and offers from Germany to mediate in a row over a college founded by US billionaire George Soros, the government said...

    Hungary will not relax rules for international universities despite pressure from the European Union and offers from Germany to mediate in a row over a college founded by US billionaire George Soros, the government said yesterday.
    Vatican working on guidelines to report bishops in abuse cases

    Vatican working on guidelines to report bishops in abuse cases


    The Vatican is working on a papal document that would establish procedures for Catholics to report bishops suspected of sexual abuse or negligence in sexual abuse cases, according to two Vatican...

    The Vatican is working on a papal document that would establish procedures for Catholics to report bishops suspected of sexual abuse or negligence in sexual abuse cases, according to two Vatican sources.
    British supermarket chain to release gender-neutral Gingerbread Person

    British supermarket chain to release gender-neutral Gingerbread Person


    British supermarket chain Co-op is asking customers to help them name a new gender-neutral "gingerbread person" they will be releasing in...

    British supermarket chain Co-op is asking customers to help them name a new gender-neutral "gingerbread person" they will be releasing in stores.
    Grassroots Tories gear up to remove May as leader by this summer

    Grassroots Tories gear up to remove May as leader by this summer


    Grassroots Tory party associations are considering motions calling for the removal of Theresa May as it emerged MPs want a new leader in place by late...

    Grassroots Tory party associations are considering motions calling for the removal of Theresa May as it emerged MPs want a new leader in place by late July.
    Woman tells UK divorce courts she flies home to Germany for hair appointments as she 'can't find a hairdresser in England'

    Woman tells UK divorce courts she flies home to Germany for hair appointments as she 'can't find a hairdresser in England'


    The estranged wife of a wealthy German businessman has told a divorce court judge how she cannot find a "very good hairdresser" in England despite moving to London nearly two years...

    The estranged wife of a wealthy German businessman has told a divorce court judge how she cannot find a "very good hairdresser" in England despite moving to London nearly two years ago.

    Chocolatiers create fairyland themed egg the size of 844 Dairy Milk bars


    Cadbury World chocolatiers have created a mouth-watering 2.5ft tall egg to celebrate Easter – the equivalent of 844 standard Dairy Milk...

    Cadbury World chocolatiers have created a mouth-watering 2.5ft tall egg to celebrate Easter – the equivalent of 844 standard Dairy Milk bars.
    German woman who joined Isis accused of letting 'slave' girl (5) die of thirst

    German woman who joined Isis accused of letting 'slave' girl (5) die of thirst


    A German woman has gone on trial over allegations that as an Islamic State member she allowed a five-year-old girl she kept with her husband as a slave to die of thirst in...

    A German woman has gone on trial over allegations that as an Islamic State member she allowed a five-year-old girl she kept with her husband as a slave to die of thirst in Iraq.

    May floats idea of vote on new referendum to try to break Labour deadlock


    UK Prime Minister Theresa May is considering giving MPs a vote on whether to hold a second referendum in an effort to break the deadlock in negotiations with...

    UK Prime Minister Theresa May is considering giving MPs a vote on whether to hold a second referendum in an effort to break the deadlock in negotiations with Labour.
    British mother facing jail in Dubai over Facebook posts

    British mother facing jail in Dubai over Facebook posts


    A British single mother has been arrested in Dubai with her teenage daughter over Facebook posts which branded her ex-husband's new wife a "horse", campaigners...

    A British single mother has been arrested in Dubai with her teenage daughter over Facebook posts which branded her ex-husband's new wife a "horse", campaigners say.
    Kremlin agents tried to recruit me in Cold War - ex-MI5 boss

    Kremlin agents tried to recruit me in Cold War - ex-MI5 boss


    The former head of MI5 has described how Russian agents tried to recruit her at the height of the Cold War, without realising she already worked for British...

    The former head of MI5 has described how Russian agents tried to recruit her at the height of the Cold War, without realising she already worked for British intelligence.
    Husband was former supply teacher whose Isil links landed his first wife in prison

    Husband was former supply teacher whose Isil links landed his first wife in prison


    Sajid Aslam was a supply teacher turned alleged jihadist, whose first wife was a Northern Irish trainee maths teacher, jailed for planning to take her children to Syria to join...

    Sajid Aslam was a supply teacher turned alleged jihadist, whose first wife was a Northern Irish trainee maths teacher, jailed for planning to take her children to Syria to join him.
    Boris Johnson: 'I don't believe that Corbyn will negotiate in good faith on Brexit'

    Boris Johnson: 'I don't believe that Corbyn will negotiate in good faith on Brexit'


    There are times when the news seems so bad and so disheartening that you can scarcely believe it. For years now, we Tories have been pointing out the obvious - that the Marxist Jeremy Corbyn is not fit to govern the United...

    There are times when the news seems so bad and so disheartening that you can scarcely believe it. For years now, we Tories have been pointing out the obvious - that the Marxist Jeremy Corbyn is not fit to govern the United Kingdom.
    May still hoping for a compromise in last-ditch talks

    May still hoping for a compromise in last-ditch talks


    British Prime Minister Theresa May is to make a last-ditch attempt at shepherding the UK out of the EU as she seeks a compromise with the Labour...

    British Prime Minister Theresa May is to make a last-ditch attempt at shepherding the UK out of the EU as she seeks a compromise with the Labour Party.
    PM rules out fourth vote amid 'fury' over 'choice to reach out'

    PM rules out fourth vote amid 'fury' over 'choice to reach out'


    Theresa May effectively ruled out a fourth vote on her Brexit deal, as she was vilified for softening the image of Jeremy Corbyn ahead of a "compromise" with...

    Theresa May effectively ruled out a fourth vote on her Brexit deal, as she was vilified for softening the image of Jeremy Corbyn ahead of a "compromise" with him.
    Demo at doors of dorchester

    Demo at doors of dorchester


    The crowd surged through barriers outside The Dorchester and took their protest against Brunei's anti-LGBT laws to the front doors of the luxury London...

    The crowd surged through barriers outside The Dorchester and took their protest against Brunei's anti-LGBT laws to the front doors of the luxury London hotel.

    Riot police fire tear gas in new French protests


    Protesters from the yellow vest movement took to the streets of France yesterday for a 21st straight weekend, with thousands marching across Paris and a group briefly invading the busy ring road around the...

    Protesters from the yellow vest movement took to the streets of France yesterday for a 21st straight weekend, with thousands marching across Paris and a group briefly invading the busy ring road around the capital.
    Hundreds protest in London over Brunei's anti-gay sharia laws

    Hundreds protest in London over Brunei's anti-gay sharia laws


    Hundreds of people rallied outside the Brunei-owned Dorchester hotel in London on Saturday in protest at new Islamic sharia laws in the country that punish homosexuality, adultery and rape with the death...

    Hundreds of people rallied outside the Brunei-owned Dorchester hotel in London on Saturday in protest at new Islamic sharia laws in the country that punish homosexuality, adultery and rape with the death penalty.
    Police fire tear gas at migrants at Greek border

    Police fire tear gas at migrants at Greek border


    Greek police fired tear gas yesterday to disperse migrants who had gathered in a field near the country's border with Northern Macedonia in the hope of making their way illegally up through the Balkans toward northern...

    Greek police fired tear gas yesterday to disperse migrants who had gathered in a field near the country's border with Northern Macedonia in the hope of making their way illegally up through the Balkans toward northern Europe.
    Salvini wants to unite far-right

    Salvini wants to unite far-right


    Italy's Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said yesterday he would host a major rally of European nationalist and far-right parties to promote a shared political vision ahead of May's EU parliamentary...

    Italy's Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said yesterday he would host a major rally of European nationalist and far-right parties to promote a shared political vision ahead of May's EU parliamentary elections.
    Alesha MacPhail killer launches appeal against prison sentence

    Alesha MacPhail killer launches appeal against prison sentence


    The teenager who admitted raping and murdering six-year-old Alesha MacPhail has launched an appeal against his jail...

    The teenager who admitted raping and murdering six-year-old Alesha MacPhail has launched an appeal against his jail sentence.

    Hillsborough police chief faces retrial as jury can't reach verdict


    The jury in the trial of Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield failed to reach a verdict over whether he was responsible for the deaths of 95...

    The jury in the trial of Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield failed to reach a verdict over whether he was responsible for the deaths of 95 victims.

    Nordic states failing rape victims amid 'disturbingly high' numbers


    Nordic nations have "disturbingly high" levels of rape despite being gender equality trailblazers, according to a new report which also suggested they were failing...

    Nordic nations have "disturbingly high" levels of rape despite being gender equality trailblazers, according to a new report which also suggested they were failing victims.

    Wolf cull rejected as farmers told to boost animal security


    Demands by Italian farmers for the country's burgeoning wolf population to be culled have been rejected by the government, with a newly launched management plan insisting that man and beast can...

    Demands by Italian farmers for the country's burgeoning wolf population to be culled have been rejected by the government, with a newly launched management plan insisting that man and beast can coexist.
    Hillsborough trial: Ex-club official convicted but match commander faces retrial

    Hillsborough trial: Ex-club official convicted but match commander faces retrial


    A former club official has been convicted over the Hillsborough disaster but match commander David Duckenfield is facing a retrial after a jury failed to reach a...

    A former club official has been convicted over the Hillsborough disaster but match commander David Duckenfield is facing a retrial after a jury failed to reach a verdict.

    Man charged with murder of TV weatherman’s cousin


    Police have charged a man with the murder of TV weatherman Alex Beresford’s cousin in west...

    Police have charged a man with the murder of TV weatherman Alex Beresford’s cousin in west London.

    Sealed with a selfie: Greece and North Macedonia bury hatchet with photo


    The prime ministers of Greece and North Macedonia have engaged in selfie diplomacy during the first official visit by a Greek leader to the neighbouring country following decades of strained relations over a name...

    The prime ministers of Greece and North Macedonia have engaged in selfie diplomacy during the first official visit by a Greek leader to the neighbouring country following decades of strained relations over a name dispute.