Vladimir Putin could be overthrown in Wagner revolution

Vladimir Putin is facing increasing hostility from the Wagner mercenary group and warlord Yevgeny Prigozhin.

Brothel bross trafficked sex workers around the UK

Brothel bross trafficked sex workers around the UK - A brothel keeper who arranged for women to be trafficked around the UK as prostitutes has been jailed - after being snared by text messages advertising his services

Teacher claims he was sacked for defending his family from kids

A primary school teacher claims he was sacked after defending his property, wife and disabled daughter from a group of schoolchildren. Michael Flynn allegedly broke the school’s social media policy by taking to Facebook after two different incidents involving a group of youngsters at his assisted-living home. On May 23 the group tried to take a bic...

Man in his 20s killed in jet ski accident watched by horrified holidaymakers on beach

Police said emergency services responded to a report of a medical incident at Worthing Beach shortly before 6pm on Monday evening.

Moscow drone attacks are about psychological warfare, not causing serious damage

One expert said said Ukraine has been embarking on increased operations inside Russia by 'comparatively deniable means'

Ukraine reels from 1,000th attack on healthcare

A total of 1,000 attacks on Ukraine’s hospitals, healthcare facilities and medical workers have been recorded since Russia invaded the country last year, according to the World Health Organization. The attacks have claimed at least 101 lives of health workers and patients, injured 139 people, and deprived locals of essential medical care. In confir...

Putin will be ‘very worried’ over drone attacks on Moscow, says expert

The Russian president has accused Ukraine of trying to 'intimidate Russia'

Alexander Lukashenko offers nuclear weapons to those who join Belarus and Russia in Ukraine war

Alexander Lukashenko has offered nuclear weapons to countries that join Belarus and Russia in the fight against Ukraine.

Aftermath of mass migrant rescue

Over the weekend Sky News correspondent, Adam Parsons, witnessed a mission to rescue over 600 people from a dilapidated and overloaded fishing boat.

India’s home minister visits site of major flare-up in ethnic violence as death toll soars to 80

India’s home minister visits site of major flare-up in ethnic violence as death toll soars to 80 - Widespread violence and displacement of people in recent weeks has been described as one of the worst ethnic flare-ups in decades

Captain James Rawe, naval officer who served on D-Day and later helped to develop the Nigerian navy – obituary

Captain James Rawe, who has died aged 97, was a landing craft officer on D-Day in 1944; he later employed his amphibious experience during the civil war in Nigeria. In 1955, while serving in the Far East, Rawe answered a call for volunteers to help to form the fledgling Royal Nigerian Navy, which was emerging from several Colonial marine services. ...

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Russia-Ukraine war live: Kremlin blames Kyiv after multiple drones hit Moscow buildings

Buildings sustained ‘minor’ damage, says Kremlin, in first large-scale drone attack on Moscow during 15 months of war

Chinese ship accused of looting from British Second World War shipwrecks

A Chinese ship has been been detained on suspicion of looting two British Second World War wrecks containing precious uncontaminated steel. Malaysian authorities have opened an investigation into a Chinese-registered ship they say was likely behind the ransacking of HMS Repulse and HMS Prince of Wales in the South China Sea. The ships were sunk by ...

'Enough is enough' - 'Slippery Starmer' slammed for accepting donations from 'eco-loonies'

EXCLUSIVE: Conservative MPs have hit out at Keir Starmer for accepting £1.5million of donations from Dale Vince, with Tory Deputy Chairman Lee Anderson demanding the Labour leader apologises.

At least 40 killed in weekend terrorist attacks in western Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso's prime minister on Tuesday ruled out negotiations with jihadist insurgents who control swathes of the country as officials reported that around 40 people had been killed in fresh attacks. "We will never negotiate, either over Burkina Faso's territorial integrity or its sovereignty," Apollinaire Kyelem de Tambela told parliament, adding that the government aimed to double the number of volunteers for the VDP civil defence militia to...

Ukrainian official says the first steps of the counter-offensive are underway

Home Office staff could strike over Rwanda migrant plan, union boss warns

"There will be no stomach amongst our members for implementing the Rwanda deal," says PCS union.

Why do Kosovo-Serbia tensions persist?

Tensions between Serbia and Kosovo flared anew this weekend after Kosovo’s police raided Serb-dominated areas in the region’s north and seized local municipality buildings. There have been violent clashes between Kosovo’s police and NATO-led peacekeepers on one side and local Serbs on the other, leaving dozens of people injured on both sides. FRANCE 24's International Affairs Editor Philip Turle tells us more.

Stark pictures show Ukrainians scramble for cover in Metro station after drone attacks

At least 20 Shahed explosive drones were destroyed by air defense forces in Kyiv's airspace in Russia's third attack on the capital in the past 24 hours.

Overcrowding problems could return at Manston migrant centre, staff warn

A controversial migrant centre which became dangerously overcrowded last year could again become overwhelmed within weeks, civil servants and union representatives have told the Guardian. Staff working at Manston processing centre have warned that there could be a return to conditions which led to disease and violence because of the lack of “upstream accommodation” for asylum seekers once they have been processed. Staff are also concerned about...

Why Kosovo's stand-off with Serbs goes on 15 years after statehood

Fifteen years after Kosovo declared independence, 50,000 minority Serbs in the north bordering Serbia refuse to recognise state institutions, receive pay and benefits from Serbia's budget and pay no taxes either to Pristina or Belgrade. Unrest in the region has intensified more recently since ethnic Albanian mayors took office in northern Kosovo's Serb-majority area after April elections the Serbs boycotted, a move that led the US and its allies to rebuke Pristina.

Thérèse Coffey accused of excluding environmental groups from Defra crisis meeting over saving River Wye

The roundtable was held on the same day as Natural England labelled much of the important salmon river 'declining' but major local and national campaign groups that criticised the government were not invited

Event brief – Shop thief jailed for three months after stealing £240 of items from Tesco Express in Pier Road, Gillingham

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Stemming the tide of counterfeit medicines in Senegal, Guinea

A UN report released in January attributes 270,000 deaths in Sub-Saharan Africa to the consumption of counterfeit or substandard antimalarial drugs. Across the continent's local markets, fake and expired medicines are frequently sold at reduced prices, often with fatal consequences. The scarcity of affordable drugs in licensed pharmacies contributes significantly to this issue. This report is by Elimane Ndao, Sarah Sakho, Malick Diakité, Aminatou Diallo, and Sam Bradpiece.

Jet ski rider, 26, dies after 'heartbreaking' accident out at sea

'I knew he was not going to get back.'

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UK strikes – who will be walking out in the next few weeks?

The UK is being hit by a barrage of industrial action, with junior doctors, passport office staff and teachers among a host of sectors to strike this spring. Here are some useful dates.

France prop Mohamed Haouas given one-year jail term for hitting wife

France and Montpellier prop Mohamed Haouas has been handed a one-year jail sentence after being found guilty of domestic abuse on Tuesday.

Nato deploys additional troops to Kosovo following clashes

Nato deploys additional troops to Kosovo following clashes - Thirty NATO soldiers and dozens of Serbs were injured in violent clashes on Monday

Vladimir Putin assasination threat played down by Kremlin

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has responded to Ukraine confirming that they are attempting to kill Vladimir Putin.

Murder probe launched after body of woman found in River Severn

A 46-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the body of a woman was found in the River Severn in Wales.

Joint fatal accident inquiry due into deaths of two young people in custody

Joint fatal accident inquiry due into deaths of two young people in custody - Katie Allan and William Lindsay died in 2018.

Just Stop Oil supporters cause disruption at four bridges in London

The Metropolitan Police were not aware of any arrests.

Ukrainian politicians shelter underground during daytime attack on Kyiv

Russia launched 11 ballistic and cruise missiles at the Ukrainian capital.

Locals think their London Underground station is closing for good after 'poorly worded' petition

One councillor called the petition 'misleading'

Cop posed as teen on Snapchat to groom and blackmail girls as young as 12

South Wales police officer Lewis Edwards pleaded guilty to a total of 106 sexual offences involving children.

Tensions flare in China as Muslim protesters clash with police over mosque demolition

Tensions flare in China as Muslim protesters clash with police over mosque demolition - Activists say dozens of people arrested as authorities call protests ‘a serious obstruction of social management order’

Egypt, two largest embalming laboratories ever discovered

Egypt continues to unveil the secrets of its ancient history, and probably never will. At Saqqara, the necropolis 30 km south of Cairo, two of the largest embalming laboratories ever to come to light have in fact been discovered.In addition to these two sites, which in itself would make the discovery sensational, two sarcophagi, one belonging to the Old Kingdom (ca. 2400 BC) and one to the New Kingdom (ca. 1400 BC), have also returned to the surface.The region of Saqqara, where everything was found, is one of the largest royal necropolises in Egypt and home to the oldest stone building in history, the step pyramid of Djoser.

Police officer found guilty of more than 100 child sex abuse offences

A police officer has pleaded guilty to more than 100 charges of inciting children to engage in sexual activity online. Lewis Edwards, 23, of Bridgend, posed as a teenager on Snapchat to groom girls as young as 12 into sending him images and videos he covertly recorded. He then used the recordings to blackmail his victims, forcing them to send him i...

Derby day chaos: All you need to know about this week’s triple-hit train strikes

Brits are bracing for fresh industrial action on the railways this week, with the RMT and ASLEF unions having announced planned walkouts on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday – which is the day of three major sporting events. It is the latest action in an ongoing pay dispute between the unions and government, which began in [...] The post Derby day chaos: All you need to know about this week’s triple-hit train strikes appeared first on CityAM.

Bull charges into crowd at rodeo event

Two people were injured after a bull charged into a crowd during a rodeo event in Kununurra, Western Australia.

Auctioneer urged to stop sale of Hitler-linked items

An ornate metal pencil, purported to have belonged to the Nazi dictator, is set to go under the hammer next week.

Black Sea dolphins are the unseen casualties of war in Ukraine

Covid lab leak theory: ‘Questions need to be answered’ says UK government

The Department for Health and Social Care called for a review into the origins of the pandemic to “ensure we are better prepared for future pandemics”

Crumbling London hospital's promised refurb might not happen before 2030

Labour is calling on Greg Hands MP to withdraw the leaflets

Migrants say French forces tear-gassed them on way to camps after failing to cross Channel

The group, which included some children, were reportedly returning to camps after a failed crossing attempt last week

South Africa grants diplomatic immunity to Vladimir Putin and other Brics summit guests

It indicates a probable refusal to execute an International Criminal Court arrest warrant for the Russian president, according to international law specialists

Why the EU’s sanctions on Iran’s Revolutionary Guards won’t bite

The European Union slapped Iran’s Revolutionary Guards with a fresh round of sanctions in late May. But many experts question their effectiveness, saying they risk pushing Iran closer to other sanctioned states, like Russia and China. Instead, they advocate the creation of a special task force similar to the one hunting down Vladimir Putin’s oligarchs. The European Union on May 22 slapped Iran’s Revolutionary Guards with a fresh round of...

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