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Prince William: 'Too many killed' in Israel-Gaza war
The Prince of Wales says he wants to see an "end to the fighting as soon as possible" in Middle East.

Body found in search for Clapham attack suspect
The police hunted Abdul Shokoor Ezedi after a mother and two girls were hurt with a corrosive liquid.

Strictly dancer Robin Windsor dies aged 44
He appeared on the BBC show between 2010 and 2013, partnering with Patsy Kensit and Anita Dobson.

Trident missile test fails for second time in a row
The missile's booster rockets reportedly failed and it landed in the sea close to the launch site.

Ethiopia hunger: 'We are surviving on wild berries'
About 400 people are thought to have starved to death in six months in Tigray and Amhara regions.

Handwritten Hotel California lyrics at heart of trial
New York prosecutors have accused three men of conspiring to sell stolen drafts of the hit song.

Labour calls for Gaza immediate humanitarian ceasefire
Shadow foreign secretary David Lammy says the party's call mirrors the language of the UN and international allies.

Immigration watchdog sacked for leaking critical reports
Reports about the carers' visa system and security checks on private jets had appeared in newspapers.

Two charged with murder for Super Bowl parade shooting
The two men charged are in addition to the two teens who were arrested last week for their alleged involvement.

Rust armourer set to go on trial in New Mexico
Hannah Gutierrez-Reed will go on trial for the fatal 2021 shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

Student arrested after two killed in Colorado dorm
Police say the victims, who were found shot dead at a Colorado Springs university, knew the suspect.

Parenting YouTuber Ruby Franke jailed for child abuse
The former influencer is sentenced to between four and 60 years in prison for abusing her children.

Ratcliffe's £1.25bn Man Utd deal finally completed
Sir Jim Ratcliffe completes a deal that gives him a 27.7% stake in Manchester United - worth more than £1bn - with the Glazer family retaining a majority stake.

The Papers: Prince's call for peace and and Labour revolt threat
Prince William's call for an "end to the fighting as soon as possible" in the Middle East, dominates many of Wednesday's front pages.

From friends to 'unhinged' ex-boss - Haley's changed tune on Trump
Nikki Haley avoided mentioning her former boss during the first months of 2023 but that's changed in 2024.

The secret to my Mr Universe title? Potatoes and porridge
Mark Taylor finally took the coveted title after ditching a traditional bodybuilders' low carb diet.

Windsor was 'a brilliant dancer and a lovely man'
Fans who watched and met late Strictly Come Dancing pro dancer Robin Windsor share their memories.

Navalny's widow is strong but return to Russia would be highly risky
Yulia Navalnaya has made a dramatic and deliberate move to the forefront of Russian opposition politics.

Illegal abortion investigations rising, BBC told
The increase in police inquiries in England and Wales is unprecedented, an abortion provider says.

In pictures: London Fashion Week's big moments
A surprise appearance from the supermodel topped off the 40th anniversary celebrations.

How has Haley's tone on Trump changed?
Nikki Haley avoided mentioning her former boss during the first months of 2023 but that's changed in 2024.

Watch: Robin Windsor's glittering Strictly moments
The dancer was on the show between 2010 and 2013, partnering with Patsy Kensit and Anita Dobson.

Fireball spotted in sky over Lincolnshire
The object was captured on camera as it streaked across the Lincolnshire sky on Monday evening.

Haley: Some came to see if I'm dropping out, I'm not
Presidential hopeful Nikki Haley says she is staying in the presidential race until the very end.

Emotional Susanna Reid announces Robin Windsor's death
The presenter, who danced with Windsor in Strictly Come Dancing, pays tribute on Good Morning Britain.

Putin denies plans to deploy nuclear weapons in space
The Russian president says Moscow has always been "categorically against" such deployments.

US prosecution of Assange 'state retaliation' - lawyers
The Wikileaks founder's legal team tell the High Court that his extradition will go against UK law.

Hundreds evacuated as WW2 bomb found in garden
People have been evacuated from houses on a residential street after the discovery in Plymouth.

Love Island All Stars final attracts 1m viewers
The All Stars format was a big switch up for ITV, but it doesn't seem to have revived the series.

Brightest and hungriest black hole ever detected
Astronomers report an object that shines with a brightness equivalent to 500 trillion suns.

Minister 'could not disprove' alleged SAS war crimes
Johnny Mercer tells public inquiry he does not believe SAS accounts of Afghan operations.

The Body Shop to shut up to half of its UK stores
Hundreds of staff will lose their jobs at head office and in stores, with closures starting immediately.

Parenting YouTuber Ruby Franke jailed for child abuse
The former influencer is sentenced to between four and 60 years in prison for abusing her children.

Strictly dancer Robin Windsor dies aged 44
He appeared on the BBC show between 2010 and 2013, partnering with Patsy Kensit and Anita Dobson.

Tesco changes how it shows Clubcard prices after row
The price per unit will now be displayed alongside the total price to make it easier to compare deals.

Immigration watchdog sacked for leaking critical reports
Reports about the carers' visa system and security checks on private jets had appeared in newspapers.

Body found in search for Clapham attack suspect
The police hunted Abdul Shokoor Ezedi after a mother and two girls were hurt with a corrosive liquid.

Supermarket boss quits days after interview backlash
The Australian grocery chief walked out on a reporter when questioned over alleged price-gouging tactics.

Prince William: 'Too many killed' in Israel-Gaza war
The Prince of Wales says he wants to see an "end to the fighting as soon as possible" in Middle East.

Two charged with murder for Super Bowl parade shooting
The two men charged are in addition to the two teens who were arrested last week for their alleged involvement.

Putin denies plans to deploy nuclear weapons in space
The Russian president says Moscow has always been "categorically against" such deployments.

Windsor was 'a brilliant dancer and a lovely man'
Fans who watched and met late Strictly Come Dancing pro dancer Robin Windsor share their memories.

What is council tax and how much is it going up?
Millions of households are expected to see their council tax bills rise in April.

Five tips when asking for a pay rise
Recruiters, a manager and a workplace psychologist give their advice on how to negotiate for more money.

Which debts and bills should I pay first?
What help and options are available to people struggling with debt repayments?

Making extra cash from games and selling clothes
Some people have been earning thousands selling clothes and other items since they were in school.

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Use our calculator to find out how much the cost of living is going up in your household.

No More Phones 4u School Kids
Schools in England given new guidance on stopping mobile phone use

A Night At The Baftas
A look back at highlights from the ceremony and behind the scenes.

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Triple killer's sentence to be reviewed
Valdo Calocane's sentence will be reviewed after the attorney general said it was unduly lenient.

Dublin pledges money for Casement Park and A5
A Belfast GAA stadium and Narrow Water Bridge are among the projects to benefit from the scheme

Jury urged to judge Emma murder accused 'fairly'
Iain Packer's defence counsel asks the jury to focus on the evidence and not "rumour, gossip and innuendo".

Average speed drops 4mph after switch to 20mph
Ministers hail a turning point as the first official data shows drivers' speeds drop.

Brentford undone by Haaland as Man City go second
Erling Haaland scores a vital winner 19 minutes from time as Manchester City eventually break stubborn Brentford's resistance to close within a point of the Premier League summit.

'Don't criticise Haaland - he will shut your mouth'
Pep Guardiola tells Erling Haaland's critics "he will shut your mouth" after the Manchester City striker hits the winner against Brentford in the Premier League.

'Proud' Murray earns first win of 2024
Andy Murray earns his first win of the 2024 season with a superb performance to beat France's Alexandre Muller in the Qatar Open first round.

Ratcliffe's £1.25bn Man Utd deal finally completed
Sir Jim Ratcliffe completes a deal that gives him a 27.7% stake in Manchester United - worth more than £1bn - with the Glazer family retaining a majority stake.

Brehme 'saved his best for the biggest games'
BBC Sport remembers former Germany defender Andreas Brehme, who scored the winning goal in the 1990 World Cup final and has died aged 63.

India rest bowler Bumrah for fourth England Test
India rest pace bowler Jasprit Bumrah for the fourth Test against England in Ranchi, starting on Friday.

Briton Cameron splits with trainer Moore
British boxing trailblazer Chantelle Cameron has stopped working with trainer Jamie Moore.

Al Jazeera

Who is Julian Assange and why does the United States want him so badly?
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been fighting for years against being sent to the United States

Pakistan government deal agreed despite opposition from Imran Khan’s PTI
Pakistan People's Party, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz to form a coalition with Shehbaz Sharif selected as PM candidate.

Putin says Russia has no intention of putting nuclear weapons in space
Last week, the White House claimed that Moscow had obtained 'troubling' anti-satellite weapon capability.

Yemen’s Houthis claim attacks on Israeli, US ships
Houthi rebels say ships in the Red Sea and Arabian Sea are their latest maritime targets.

What will it take to end hunger and malnutrition in South Sudan?
UN warns Africa's youngest nation is facing a food crisis.

South Africa to hold general election on May 29
Ruling ANC faces a tough challenge to retain its majority in seventh election since the end of the apartheid system.

All you need to know about Major League Soccer 2024 and its Messi mania
The Messi effect, biggest players, league breakdown and everything else you need to know about Major League Soccer.

US vetoes UN resolution calling for immediate Gaza ceasefire
The United States has vetoed a UN Security Council draft resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

Polish farmers block Ukraine’s border in protest against grain imports
Farmers are angry at what they say is unfair competition from cheaper imports from Poland's war-torn neighbour and ally.

‘Israel’s apartheid must end,’ South Africa says at ICJ hearing
International Court of Justice to hear from 52 countries on legality of Israel's occupation of Palestinian territories.

US vetoes another UN Security Council resolution urging Gaza war ceasefire
Majority of members voted to call for an immediate ceasefire in Israel's war on Gaza that has killed more than 29,000.

Why does an archipelago off the coast of Argentina belong to the UK?
David Cameron is first British foreign secretary to visit the Falkland Islands in 30 years.

South Africa urges court to find Israeli occupation illegal
South Africa urged the ICJ to find that the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories is illegal.

Photos: Long winter for Morocco quake survivors
Authorities say 3,000 people died during the September 8 earthquake, which damaged more than 60,000 dwellings.

WHO ‘shocked’ by what they found at Gaza’s Nasser Hospital
After days of being refused entry by Israeli forces, a team of UN doctors was allowed into Nasser Hospital in south Gaza

Four Egyptian officials back on trial in Italy over death of Giulio Regeni
Italy’s top court decided last year to proceed with the trial against the four officials, who will be tried in absentia.

What’s fuelling the deadly cholera outbreak in Southern Africa?
Unchecked border movement and poor sewage systems have a new partner in wreaking havoc: climate change

‘Let me finally see my son’: Navalny’s mother demands body from Putin
Kremlin says widow Yulia's accusations that Navalny was poisoned by a nerve agent are 'unfounded and vulgar'.

How is Israel’s arms industry profiting from the war on Gaza?
The war on Gaza seems to be a testing ground for Israel’s new weaponry, with devastating effect.

Children collect spilled flour from the ground after Gaza aid chaos
A video of children collecting flour off the ground shows how serious the hunger situation is in Gaza.

Ten years ago Russia annexed Crimea, paving the way for war in Ukraine
Russia's annexation of the peninsula was not recognised by any nation except Moscow.

Who is Julian Assange? Will the WikiLeaks founder be extradited to the US?
The London High Court hearing will determine whether Assange is extradited to the US after his decade-long legal battle.

Haiti President Moise’s widow, ex-PM among 50 charged in his assassination
Leaked document claims first lady allegedly conspired with former PM to kill the president and replace him herself.

The Day Before October 7
What was the mood in Gaza like before the current war broke out?

Israeli police push back protesters demanding deal on Gaza captives
Israeli police grappled with protesters marching to the house of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Global Times

China moves to expand 5G coverage in outlying border regions, inhabited offshore isles

Unrevealed moments behind forefront battles of national security officers in safeguarding China's borders

HKSAR government signs protocol to shore up ASEAN trade, expanding product coverage to nearly 600

TV drama Blossom produced in downtown Shanghai triggers a surprise blossom of city's tourism

Chinese shipbuilders draw growing orders, with deliveries as far-flung as 2028

Capitol riot to mark 3-year anniv but partisan conflicts to be 'unprecedentedly fierce' ahead of election

Amazing moments of China's 'great power' in 2023

Blinken heads to Middle East again as interlinked tensions near boiling point

Maldivian President Muizzu to pay first state visit to China

China criticizes US' discriminatory treatment of Chinese students, opposes abuse of concept of natl security

Disclosure of Epstein list tears off 'fig leaf' from US political elites: experts

Panda frenzy

US 'low-cost' warning to Houthi militia has little impact on settling Red Sea crisis

Gathering evidence

US public debt reaching record high, signaling possible agencies 'shutdown crisis'

Quad faces wide question on value of existing after Biden not to visit India in January

Facts, evidence of Jimmy Lai's collusion with foreign forces 'clear, legally persuasive'

Attack against S.Korea's opposition leader shows 'intensifying political polarization'

Israel to partially withdraw forces from Gaza; war to enter new phase amid mounting pressures: analysts

China is confident in the future development of BRICS cooperation: Chinese FM

Solidarity and celebration

China's new-energy vehicles sales expected to top 11 million in 2024

As close partners, China, Russia will build up strong momentum of cooperation in 2024

2023 Yearender: Senior vloggers embrace vibrant twilight years in fashionable ways, showcase a more dignified old age with stronger security

Zhuhai Port of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge sets one-day traffic record

China approves Uruguay meat imports expansion as trade deepens

Cargo throughput processed by major Yangtze River ports to reach record 3.88 billion tons in 2023

NPPA says it approves 105 home-made online games in December, indicating strong regulatory support for industry

Shooting tragedy

China's game regulation draft sparks discussion; rule to better regulate industry: experts

US, not China, root cause of obstacles to space collaboration

Australia bushfires

Difficult commute

China-US ties to remain bumpy in 2024 as Washington maintains US-centric, hegemonic foreign policy

As vote on Gaza resolution gets repeatedly postponed, US under pressure to avoid further isolating itself

Development of Xinjiang impresses Pakistani media and think tank representatives

China opposes protectionist practices, 'EU's probe into Chinese biodiesel may hike cost of the bloc's green efforts'

Chinese mainland's suspension of tariff cuts on Taiwan products in line with WTO rules, ECFA: experts

France's new cash incentives excluding Chinese-made EVs is discriminatory: MOFCOM

Rise of innovation hub Shenzhen in past 45 years highlights China's technological prowess

Lifting production

NDRC to revise PPP mechanism to boost private investment

Sales promotions by car companies, local govts spur year-end purchases

World-class Xiaowan Hydropower Station project demonstrates commitment to Lancang-Mekong cooperation, benefits downstream nations equally

Blood supply hits warning levels in various localities across China due to low temperature, surge in respiratory diseases

Moving to port

China expands high-level opening-up trials targeting cross-border trade and investment

China, ASEAN to step up cooperation amid fruitful achievements under BRI: NDRC

EU accession a 'symbolic victory' for Ukraine to cover up 'real fatigue'

Taiwan's trade restrictive measures on mainland constitute trade barriers: MOFCOM