Brussels edges towards lockdown as Belgian Covid 19 cases hit record h
Sport and cultural facilities in Brussels must close and residents will face a longer curfew from Monday, the regional government said today, as Covid-19 infections in Belgium continue to surge.
Vogue editor Anna Wintour responds to diversity complaints
In a lengthy New York Times article published on Saturday, 18 black journalists who have worked with Wintour said Vogue favored employees who are thin, white and from elite backgrounds.
Second World War seaplane named Miss Pick Up suffered an engine fail
The PBY Catalina flying boat named 'Miss Pick Up' had landed on the Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands when her starboard engine failed to re-start.
Man is arrested after knocking out a 69 year old great grandfather wh
River Bauman, 20, has been charged with voluntary manslaughter after 69-year-old Robert Ketner died at a local Rocklin, California, hospital.
Operation GGO Campaign to free Ghislaine Maxwell from jail is launche
The family of Ghislaine Maxwell has launched a campaign to get her out of jail, claiming she's on the brink of starvation and her human rights were violated.
After 200 years Virginia to let judges decide sentences
Virginia defense attorneys call it 'the jury penalty' - a sentencing system that calls for juries to decide punishment for criminal defendants, which often leads to stiffer sentences than what judges give.
Rhodes to HELL Fights break out as thousands of tourists are crus
Passengers described scenes of 'chaos' today, with many complaining of a lack of staff on hand to limit huge queues, where social distancing was impossible to achieve.
Thousands protest Covid curbs in capital including Piers Corbyn
Protesters refused to wear masks and wielded signs demanding an end to restrictions on personal freedom imposed as part of efforts to control Covid-19.
Stephen Miller wants more countries to field asylum claims instead of
SAN DIEGO (AP) - One of President Donald Trump's top priorities on immigration if he wins a second term would be to use agreements with Central American...
Home Office launch urgent probe into balding asylum seeker school
Photographs emerged purporting to show the asylum seeker student, who is said to have moved to the UK from West Africa, following concerns raised by his fellow pupils at a school in Coventry.
Britain records 23 012 more Covid cases up 2 482 from yesterday
Professor Neil Ferguson, whose modelling led to the UK lockdown in March, said schools may have to be closed to older pupils if restrictions on households mixing fail to stem the rise of coronavirus infections.
Donald Trump cast his ballot in person in his new home state of Florid
President Trump cast his ballot in person at the polling station at the Palm Beach County Main Library near Mar-a-Lago Saturday morning.
Sainsbury s worker 33 was caught by customer using phone to film up
Alex O'Halloran, 33, (pictured) was arrested after photographing the schoolgirl at Sainsbury's in Twickenham in 2018. He pleaded guilty to outraging public decency and is awaiting sentencing.
Tim Peake reveals he is still in the frame for NASA s future lunar s
Astronaut Tim Peake has spoken of how he hopes to become the first British person to set foot on the moon with NASA planning lunar missions again in 2024, for the first time since 1972.
Chelsea Handler explains why she called out 50 Cent for endorsing Trum
Chelsea Handler said Friday that she felt compelled to remind ex-boyfriend 50 Cent that he was black, after the rapper urged people to vote for Trump due to Biden's proposed tax hike.
How ice cold opportunist let the Nazi SS plant 48 microphones in her
Kitty Shmidt allowed 48 microphones to be placed in her nine-bedroom brothel in the upmarket district of Charlottenburg from 1939 until around 1943.
Authorities failed to protect baby Alfie from serial domestic abuser
Four-month-old Alfie was violently shaken to death by his father, Sam Gildea. Coroner has ruled authorities did not 'assess' the risks posed by Gildea, or 'communicate' that level of risk to Alfie's mother.
Elderly Colorado couple who died after refusing to evacuate their home
Lyle Hileman, 86, and Marylin Hileman, 84, of Grand County, Colorado, died inside their home when the East Troublesome Fire raged through the area this week.
Maureen from Barnsley says she had Covid in May and blasts lockdowns a
Maureen Eames, 83, from Barnsley said having coronavirus felt like 'having daggers through me' but she 'refuses to be scared'.
Donald Trump says he now identifies as a non denominational Christian
The president announced his sudden change in beliefs in an exclusive written interview with Religious News Service less than two weeks before the election.
OFFAL mess Lorry laden with animal guts spills load
A truck carrying a load of animal guts dumped some of the foul-smelling offal on the M62 south of Bradford forcing police to close two lanes for several hours.