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The most powerful images from Prince Philip's funeral

These photographs of the royal family mourning Prince Philip melted hearts around the world.

These photographs of the royal family mourning Prince Philip melted hearts around the world.

Google Earth update offers dramatic perspective on climate change

The update is the first significant change for the popular satellite imaging app

The update is the first significant change for the popular satellite imaging app

NASA Ingenuity helicopter makes historic flight on Mars

Ingenuity achieved the first powered, controlled flight by an aircraft over the surface of another planet.

Ingenuity achieved the first powered, controlled flight by an aircraft over the surface of another planet.

McMansion: Inside the world's 'most beautiful' McDonald's

McMansion: Inside the world's 'most beautiful' McDonald's

McMansion: Inside the world's 'most beautiful' McDonald's

Atlanta killing spree — how it happened

Robert Aaron Long admitted he committed the Atlanta-area shooting spree that left six Asian women and two others dead on Tuesday 16 March. Investigators say Long denied that the attack was motivated by race.

Robert Aaron Long admitted he committed the Atlanta-area shooting spree that left six Asian women and two others dead on Tuesday 16 March. Investigators say Long denied that the attack was motivated by race.

Oumuamua likely came from a Pluto-like exoplanet

Scientists believe they have determined the origin of the extrasolar object Oumuamua. First observed from the Pan-STARRS astronomical observatory in Hawaii, Oumuamua means "scout" or "messenger" in Hawaiian.

Scientists believe they have determined the origin of the extrasolar object Oumuamua. First observed from the Pan-STARRS astronomical observatory in Hawaii, Oumuamua means "scout" or "messenger" in Hawaiian.

Norway gives green light to world's first ship tunnel

Construction on the world's first full-scale ship tunnel will soon get underway after the Norwegian government approved startup funds for the giant engineering project.

Construction on the world's first full-scale ship tunnel will soon get underway after the Norwegian government approved startup funds for the giant engineering project.

President Joe Biden speaks after George Floyd verdict

US President Joe Biden said the conviction of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd "can be a giant step forward" for the nation in the fight against systemic racism.

US President Joe Biden said the conviction of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd "can be a giant step forward" for the nation in the fight against systemic racism.

Australian government's milkshake consent video panned

Advertising expert Dee Madigan has joined a chorus of voices criticising a controversial government education campaign aimed at teaching consent to school-aged children.

Advertising expert Dee Madigan has joined a chorus of voices criticising a controversial government education campaign aimed at teaching consent to school-aged children.

Joe Biden: Derek Chauvin guilty verdict 'a giant step forward'

US President Joe Biden says Derek Chauvin's conviction over George Floyd's murder is a 'giant step forward in the march towards justice in America'.

US President Joe Biden says Derek Chauvin's conviction over George Floyd's murder is a 'giant step forward in the march towards justice in America'.

Ex-police officer found guilty of murder and manslaughter in George Floyd case

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been convicted of murder and manslaughter for pinning George Floyd to the pavement with his knee on the black man's neck. Chauvin, 45, could now be sent to prison for decades. The jury of six w...

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been convicted of murder and manslaughter for pinning George Floyd to the pavement with his knee on the black man's neck. Chauvin, 45, could now be sent to prison for decades. The jury of six w...

Who are the wealthy owners behind the 12 teams in the proposed European Super League?

Twelve European football clubs have signed up for a proposed European Super League. But who are the owners behind the move?

Twelve European football clubs have signed up for a proposed European Super League. But who are the owners behind the move?

At least 11,000 forced to flee homes after Mozambique attack

Humanitarian workers say most are now being looked after by their relatives in nearby Pemba after last month's attack on Palma in northern Mozambique.

Humanitarian workers say most are now being looked after by their relatives in nearby Pemba after last month's attack on Palma in northern Mozambique.

Biden called George Floyd's brother amid Chauvin jury deliberations

Biden called George Floyd's brother amid Chauvin jury deliberations

Biden called George Floyd's brother amid Chauvin jury deliberations

Why are Europe's top football clubs forming a new 'Super League'?

Fans and football governing bodies have criticised plan for new European Super League.

Fans and football governing bodies have criticised plan for new European Super League.

UEFA blasts ‘disgraceful’ Super League plan as backlash grows

UEFA threatens to ban clubs and players joining a breakaway Super League that has plunged European football into crisis.

UEFA threatens to ban clubs and players joining a breakaway Super League that has plunged European football into crisis.

Apple unveils new iMac powered by its own chips

Apple has unveiled new versions of its iPad Pro and iMac desktop computer, the latest devices to be given the firm's own-design computer chips which offer a performance boost. The M1 chip, announced last year, will see Apple gradually introduce i...

Apple has unveiled new versions of its iPad Pro and iMac desktop computer, the latest devices to be given the firm's own-design computer chips which offer a performance boost. The M1 chip, announced last year, will see Apple gradually introduce i...

Arlene Foster condemns 'horrific' bomb plot on police officer

Police have blamed the New IRA for planting a bomb at a police officer's car beside where her three-year-old daughter sits. The device left at the part-time female officer's home near Dungiven, Co Londonderry. was attached to a container of flamm...

Police have blamed the New IRA for planting a bomb at a police officer's car beside where her three-year-old daughter sits. The device left at the part-time female officer's home near Dungiven, Co Londonderry. was attached to a container of flamm...

Janssen vaccine has 'possible link' to blood clots, says European regulator

There is a "possible link" between Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine and very rare blood clots, the European medicines regulator has said. But the European Medicines Agency (EMA) concluded the overall benefits of the vaccine "outweigh the risk...

There is a "possible link" between Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine and very rare blood clots, the European medicines regulator has said. But the European Medicines Agency (EMA) concluded the overall benefits of the vaccine "outweigh the risk...

Boris Johnson has announces new antivirals taskforce

Boris Johnson has said a new Government antivirals taskforce will help identify new medicines for the treatment of Covid-19. The Prime Minister told a Downing Street news conference that they could give confidence to people that the country coul...

Boris Johnson has said a new Government antivirals taskforce will help identify new medicines for the treatment of Covid-19. The Prime Minister told a Downing Street news conference that they could give confidence to people that the country coul...

Palestinians doubt next month’s elections will take place

Next month holds the promise of a resumption of a national unity government for Palestinians: one, instead of two governments representing the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.

Next month holds the promise of a resumption of a national unity government for Palestinians: one, instead of two governments representing the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.

Gloves mimic human touch for Covid patients

Two nurses in Brazil have discovered a way to help isolated Covid-19 patients with a millimeter of latex and some warm water that mimics human touch.

Two nurses in Brazil have discovered a way to help isolated Covid-19 patients with a millimeter of latex and some warm water that mimics human touch.

PSNI officer targeted in 'reckless' bomb attack

A viable explosive device has been found close to the home of a member of the Police Service of Northern Ireland in Co Londonderry. The woman is a member of staff who also serves as a part-time police officer. The device was found outside her ho...

A viable explosive device has been found close to the home of a member of the Police Service of Northern Ireland in Co Londonderry. The woman is a member of staff who also serves as a part-time police officer. The device was found outside her ho...

Scotland's lockdown restrictions to ease on Monday, Sturgeon confirms

Beer gardens, cafes, shops and gyms are to reopen in Scotland on Monday as Nicola Sturgeon confirmed lockdown easing will go ahead as planned.

Beer gardens, cafes, shops and gyms are to reopen in Scotland on Monday as Nicola Sturgeon confirmed lockdown easing will go ahead as planned.

It's back to the board for chess' grandmasters

The world's top chess players are set to resume a tournament in Russia after it was abruptly halted more than a year ago because of the coronavirus pandemic, with organizers banking on safety measures to ensure its completion this time round. Lauren

The world's top chess players are set to resume a tournament in Russia after it was abruptly halted more than a year ago because of the coronavirus pandemic, with organizers banking on safety measures to ensure its completion this time round. Lauren

Fears grow at Eastern Ukrainian border towns as Russian forces amass

With both sides digging in – Al Jazeera report from the frontline of Ukraine's conflict with pro-Moscow separatists.

With both sides digging in – Al Jazeera report from the frontline of Ukraine's conflict with pro-Moscow separatists.

Japan calls for Myanmar junta to free journalist

A group of journalists in Japan called on Myanmar's junta on Tuesday to free a colleague, Yuki Kitazumi, detained in Yangon following a crackdown on media amid ongoing protests against the military coup of an elected government.

A group of journalists in Japan called on Myanmar's junta on Tuesday to free a colleague, Yuki Kitazumi, detained in Yangon following a crackdown on media amid ongoing protests against the military coup of an elected government.

India records record daily COVID-19 death toll

India reported 1,761 deaths from COVID-19 overnight, its highest daily toll, with large parts of the country now under lockdown, as the country battles a second wave that has left people fighting for hospital beds, oxygen, and medicines.

India reported 1,761 deaths from COVID-19 overnight, its highest daily toll, with large parts of the country now under lockdown, as the country battles a second wave that has left people fighting for hospital beds, oxygen, and medicines.

Oscar-nominated HK protest film sparks controversy

The decision in Hong Kong not to air this year's Oscars has only brought more global attention to its struggle for democracy, said the director of the "Do Not Split" documentary about the city's 2019 protests, which has been short-listed for an award

The decision in Hong Kong not to air this year's Oscars has only brought more global attention to its struggle for democracy, said the director of the "Do Not Split" documentary about the city's 2019 protests, which has been short-listed for an award

Argentine court orders Buenos Aires schools to open despite COVID-19 surge

Parents pile the pressure on Argentina's government to keep schools open, despite rising coronavirus cases.

Parents pile the pressure on Argentina's government to keep schools open, despite rising coronavirus cases.

World on the verge of climate crisis ‘abyss’, warns UN

UN says world is running out of time to tackle the climate crisis, with 2020 one of the three hottest years on record.

UN says world is running out of time to tackle the climate crisis, with 2020 one of the three hottest years on record.

Castro era ends, Cuba sees new Communist leadership

Cuba turned the page on the Castro era on Monday with the ruling Communist Party electing President Miguel Diaz-Canel to replace Raul Castro as party chief although he said he would continue to consult his predecessor on strategic decisions.

Cuba turned the page on the Castro era on Monday with the ruling Communist Party electing President Miguel Diaz-Canel to replace Raul Castro as party chief although he said he would continue to consult his predecessor on strategic decisions.

Former Vice President Walter Mondale dies at 93

Walter Mondale, a leading liberal Democratic voice of the late 20th century who was U.S. vice president under Jimmy Carter and lost in a landslide to Ronald Reagan in the 1984 presidential election, died on Monday at age 93, his family said.

Walter Mondale, a leading liberal Democratic voice of the late 20th century who was U.S. vice president under Jimmy Carter and lost in a landslide to Ronald Reagan in the 1984 presidential election, died on Monday at age 93, his family said.

Cape Town fire ‘contained’: Landmarks destroyed, evacuations continue

A fire on a South African landmark is under control - Al Jazeera look at how much destruction it has caused.

A fire on a South African landmark is under control - Al Jazeera look at how much destruction it has caused.

Unemployment rate eases but payrolled workers total drops

The number of workers on UK payrolls fell for the first time in four months in March, but job vacancies surged as businesses prepared to reopen after lockdown, official figures have shown.

The number of workers on UK payrolls fell for the first time in four months in March, but job vacancies surged as businesses prepared to reopen after lockdown, official figures have shown.

Jury considers verdict in George Floyd murder trial

Former police officer Derek Chauvin is charged with killing Floyd, a Black man whose death fuelled global protests.

Former police officer Derek Chauvin is charged with killing Floyd, a Black man whose death fuelled global protests.

Cuba has a new leader and it is not a Castro

Miguel Díaz-Canel becomes head of the Communist Party, and retains the title of president.

Miguel Díaz-Canel becomes head of the Communist Party, and retains the title of president.

U.S. CDC expands vaccine eligibility to 16 and up

Everyone in United States aged 16 years and above is now eligible for COVID-19 vaccination, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Monday.

Everyone in United States aged 16 years and above is now eligible for COVID-19 vaccination, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Monday.

Tensions run high as jury decides Chauvin verdict

Minneapolis and other U.S. cities were ramping up security measures on Monday, girding for possible protests after a jury delivers a verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, charged with murdering George Floyd by kneel

Minneapolis and other U.S. cities were ramping up security measures on Monday, girding for possible protests after a jury delivers a verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, charged with murdering George Floyd by kneel

India migrant workers flee capital as COVID batters economy

Latest restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus have seen many daily wage earners losing their jobs, as India struggles to stem the world’s largest rise in cases.

Latest restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus have seen many daily wage earners losing their jobs, as India struggles to stem the world’s largest rise in cases.

France praises 'brave friend' after Deby's death

The French presidency said on Tuesday that Chad had lost a "great soldier" following the battlefield death of President Idriss Deby - a staunch ally of Western powers in the fight against Islamist militants.

The French presidency said on Tuesday that Chad had lost a "great soldier" following the battlefield death of President Idriss Deby - a staunch ally of Western powers in the fight against Islamist militants.

Major reset for Australia's COVID-19 vaccination rollout

Prime Minister brings forward immunisation of all Australians aged over 50.

Prime Minister brings forward immunisation of all Australians aged over 50.

Why we are all attracted to conspiracy theories

Belief in conspiracy theories is far more widespread than the stereotypes that dominate pop culture.

Belief in conspiracy theories is far more widespread than the stereotypes that dominate pop culture.

Violent scenes in Myanmar's Mogok

Security forces opened fire on protesters in Myanmar's Mogok on Saturday (April 17), after demonstrators gathered to show support for a parallel government.

Security forces opened fire on protesters in Myanmar's Mogok on Saturday (April 17), after demonstrators gathered to show support for a parallel government.

Fans flock to Lord of the Rings trilogy re-release in China

The Lord of the Rings trilogy returned to Chinese cinemas in mid-April 2021. Twenty years after the epic series debuted on the big screen, the South China Morning Post talked to some film fans in Beijing

The Lord of the Rings trilogy returned to Chinese cinemas in mid-April 2021. Twenty years after the epic series debuted on the big screen, the South China Morning Post talked to some film fans in Beijing

Sun Moon Lake shrinking as Taiwan’s worst drought in over 50 years grips island

Taiwan’s scenic Sun Moon Lake resembled a barren moonscape in April 2021 after months of scant rainfall. A drought pushed water levels at reservoirs to record lows,  plunging below 30 per cent below

Taiwan’s scenic Sun Moon Lake resembled a barren moonscape in April 2021 after months of scant rainfall. A drought pushed water levels at reservoirs to record lows,  plunging below 30 per cent below

As Western powers raise alarm, Navalny transferred to hospital

The move comes after Navalny’s physician warned the 44-year-old could be on the verge of death in jail due to his rapidly deteriorating health.

The move comes after Navalny’s physician warned the 44-year-old could be on the verge of death in jail due to his rapidly deteriorating health.

Sinn Fein president urges loyalists to think again about protests

Sinn Fein president Mary Lou McDonald has urged loyalists contemplating further protests over the Irish Sea border to think again. Mrs McDonald said such demonstrations had the potential to escalate into violence. She said concerns expressed by ...

Sinn Fein president Mary Lou McDonald has urged loyalists contemplating further protests over the Irish Sea border to think again. Mrs McDonald said such demonstrations had the potential to escalate into violence. She said concerns expressed by ...

Climate change threatens S.Korea's 'sea women'

Climate change and environmental pollution have made finding enough sea life to harvest more difficult for Jin, Woo, and other South Korean haenyeo, or "sea women".

Climate change and environmental pollution have made finding enough sea life to harvest more difficult for Jin, Woo, and other South Korean haenyeo, or "sea women".

Greta Thunberg: Vaccine nationalism is "completely unethical"

Greta Thunberg has criticised rich nations, like the UK and US, for vaccinating young and healthy people in their own countries, at expense of vulnerable in poor nations. Speaking at a World Health Organisation press conference. The 18 year-old...

Greta Thunberg has criticised rich nations, like the UK and US, for vaccinating young and healthy people in their own countries, at expense of vulnerable in poor nations. Speaking at a World Health Organisation press conference. The 18 year-old...

India added to red list as concerns mount over coronavirus variants

India has been added to the coronavirus "red list" in response to mounting concern about the number of cases there and the emergence of a variant. The move, announced hours after Boris Johnson was forced to cancel a trip to the country, comes int...

India has been added to the coronavirus "red list" in response to mounting concern about the number of cases there and the emergence of a variant. The move, announced hours after Boris Johnson was forced to cancel a trip to the country, comes int...

Russia has 150,000 troops massed near Ukraine: EU

Russia has concentrated more than 150,000 troops on Ukraine's border and in annexed Crimea, the EU's top diplomat Josep Borrell said on Monday after EU foreign ministers were briefed by Ukraine's foreign minister.

Russia has concentrated more than 150,000 troops on Ukraine's border and in annexed Crimea, the EU's top diplomat Josep Borrell said on Monday after EU foreign ministers were briefed by Ukraine's foreign minister.

Nasa joy as humans fly first craft on another planet

Nasa’s Ingenuity Mars helicopter has completed the first powered, controlled flight on another planet. The small helicopter successfully took flight on the red planet, hovering in the air at about 10 feet (three metres), before descending and tou...

Nasa’s Ingenuity Mars helicopter has completed the first powered, controlled flight on another planet. The small helicopter successfully took flight on the red planet, hovering in the air at about 10 feet (three metres), before descending and tou...

PM on European Super League: Let's think of a better solution

Speaking on a visit to West Midlands Metro, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the European Super League was not good news for fans and urged those involved to think of a better solution.

Speaking on a visit to West Midlands Metro, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the European Super League was not good news for fans and urged those involved to think of a better solution.

Mars drone helicopter makes historic first flight

NASA's miniature robot helicopter Ingenuity has performed a successful takeoff and landing on Mars, marking the first time that humans have controlled an aircraft on an alien planet.

NASA's miniature robot helicopter Ingenuity has performed a successful takeoff and landing on Mars, marking the first time that humans have controlled an aircraft on an alien planet.

'Some sort of justice' for Harry Richford's parents as NHS trust pleads guilty

East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust has pleaded guilty at Folkestone Magistrates' Court to failing to provide safe care and treatment for seven-day-old Harry Richford, who died in 2017, and his mother Sarah Richford. Interview wit...

East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust has pleaded guilty at Folkestone Magistrates' Court to failing to provide safe care and treatment for seven-day-old Harry Richford, who died in 2017, and his mother Sarah Richford. Interview wit...

Hunger-striking Navalny transferred to prison hospital

Prison doctors have decided to transfer Russia's main opposition leader Alexei Navalny to hospital, its prison authority said on Monday, 20 days into a hunger strike that has brought international warnings of consequences should he die in jail. Laure

Prison doctors have decided to transfer Russia's main opposition leader Alexei Navalny to hospital, its prison authority said on Monday, 20 days into a hunger strike that has brought international warnings of consequences should he die in jail. Laure

Khan: I feel 'betrayed' by European Super League plans

Mayor of London and Liverpool fan Sadiq Khan expresses his disgust at the prospect of a European Super League, which was recently announced by some of Europe's top clubs.

Mayor of London and Liverpool fan Sadiq Khan expresses his disgust at the prospect of a European Super League, which was recently announced by some of Europe's top clubs.

PM appears unable to name Conservative West of England mayor

Boris Johnson appeared unable to name the current West of England mayor, despite the regional leader being a Conservative. The Prime Minister was asked during a campaign visit to Gloucestershire if he was able to name Tim Bowles, the incumbent ma...

Boris Johnson appeared unable to name the current West of England mayor, despite the regional leader being a Conservative. The Prime Minister was asked during a campaign visit to Gloucestershire if he was able to name Tim Bowles, the incumbent ma...

Labour leader kicked out of Bath pub by landlord

Landlord of The Raven pub in Bath kicked out Sir Keir Starmer during the Labour leader's walkabout in the city.

Landlord of The Raven pub in Bath kicked out Sir Keir Starmer during the Labour leader's walkabout in the city.

Tory London mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey justifies manifesto plans

London mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey launches his manifesto at youth club Onside in north London. The Conservative promised to use his first 100 days as mayor to tackle crime if he defeats Labour's Sadiq Khan on May 6.

London mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey launches his manifesto at youth club Onside in north London. The Conservative promised to use his first 100 days as mayor to tackle crime if he defeats Labour's Sadiq Khan on May 6.

Nasa's Ingenuity makes history with first controlled flight on Mars

Nasa's Ingenuity Mars helicopter has completed the first powered, controlled flight on another planet, the space agency has announced.

Nasa's Ingenuity Mars helicopter has completed the first powered, controlled flight on another planet, the space agency has announced.

Delhi locks down as Covid cases soar

India's capital region of Delhi ordered a six-day lockdown on Monday as daily Covid-19 cases nationwide hit a new record and the health system crumbled under the weight of new infections.

India's capital region of Delhi ordered a six-day lockdown on Monday as daily Covid-19 cases nationwide hit a new record and the health system crumbled under the weight of new infections.

Hidden cameras catch compo cheats who claimed to be injured in car accidents

Hidden cameras have caught compo cheats who had claimed to be injured after car accidents and claimed huge payouts. A man who rode from Perth to Sydney by bike is among those taken to court by the Insurance Commission of WA.

Hidden cameras have caught compo cheats who had claimed to be injured after car accidents and claimed huge payouts. A man who rode from Perth to Sydney by bike is among those taken to court by the Insurance Commission of WA.

Uncertainty grows for UK university students over return date

As the UK opens up, University students are demanding to know when they will be allowed to return to class.

As the UK opens up, University students are demanding to know when they will be allowed to return to class.

Israel drops outdoor COVID mask order

Israelis went about bare-faced on Sunday, as the mandatory wearing of protective masks outdoors was rescinded in the country's latest return to relative normality, boosted by a mass-vaccination campaign against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Israelis went about bare-faced on Sunday, as the mandatory wearing of protective masks outdoors was rescinded in the country's latest return to relative normality, boosted by a mass-vaccination campaign against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Johnson hits out at plans for breakaway European football competition

Boris Johnson has said he will work with the football authorities to block plans for a controversial breakaway European Super League involving some of England's biggest football teams.

Boris Johnson has said he will work with the football authorities to block plans for a controversial breakaway European Super League involving some of England's biggest football teams.

As Cuba turns page on Castro era, economic reform gains urgency

Why Cuba's youth are looking outside the country, unless there are major changes within it.

Why Cuba's youth are looking outside the country, unless there are major changes within it.

Five critically injured in Louisiana shooting

Five people were hospitalized after being shot and injured in Shreveport, Louisiana, CBS-affiliated television station KSLA reported late on Sunday, the third multiple shooting reported in the United States with 24 hours.

Five people were hospitalized after being shot and injured in Shreveport, Louisiana, CBS-affiliated television station KSLA reported late on Sunday, the third multiple shooting reported in the United States with 24 hours.

Cape Verde governing party retains power after winning parliamentary polls

Cape Verde's prime minister declared victory Sunday after results showed his party on course to win legislative elections dominated by the Covid pandemic and its impact on a tourism-dependent economy.

Cape Verde's prime minister declared victory Sunday after results showed his party on course to win legislative elections dominated by the Covid pandemic and its impact on a tourism-dependent economy.

Officer describes gunfire ambush of partner Brett Forte

A police officer has held back tears telling how she was sitting just centimetres away from colleague Brett Forte before they were showered in gunfire.

A police officer has held back tears telling how she was sitting just centimetres away from colleague Brett Forte before they were showered in gunfire.

Man comes out of manhole admist peak Queensland traffic

A bizarre scene has reared its head on a south-east Queensland road, resulting in a man being dodging traffic and being pulled from a suburban manhole.

A bizarre scene has reared its head on a south-east Queensland road, resulting in a man being dodging traffic and being pulled from a suburban manhole.

How to tell if your phone is listening to you

If you think your smartphone is listening to you, it probably is.

If you think your smartphone is listening to you, it probably is.

Mourning Queen to mark birthday without Philip for first time during reign

The Queen is to mark the first birthday of her reign without her husband, as the royal family observes another week of mourning following the Duke of Edinburgh's death. The Queen will turn 95 on Wednesday, four days after Philip's funeral service...

The Queen is to mark the first birthday of her reign without her husband, as the royal family observes another week of mourning following the Duke of Edinburgh's death. The Queen will turn 95 on Wednesday, four days after Philip's funeral service...

Clashes in Pakistan after TLP takes several police hostage

Police say they launched a security operation after a right-wing group took six security personnel hostage in Lahore.

Police say they launched a security operation after a right-wing group took six security personnel hostage in Lahore.

Argentina receives AstraZeneca jabs amid anti-lockdown protests

New COVID-19 restrictions have been imposed in and around Buenos Aires in effort to stem recent rise in infections.

New COVID-19 restrictions have been imposed in and around Buenos Aires in effort to stem recent rise in infections.

Caribbean island rocked by volcanic eruptions

Another volcanic eruptions on the Caribbean island of St Vincent, where authorities said an explosive eruption took place in the late afternoon Sunday, amid reports that ash clouds were towards the south and west of the island.

Another volcanic eruptions on the Caribbean island of St Vincent, where authorities said an explosive eruption took place in the late afternoon Sunday, amid reports that ash clouds were towards the south and west of the island.

Crypto-rich investors snap up land in the 'metaverse'

A new economy of blockchain-based virtual worlds where land, buildings and even names can be bought and sold as NFTs, often fetching hundreds of thousands of dollars, is creating a buying frenzy among crypto-rich investors. This report produced by Li

A new economy of blockchain-based virtual worlds where land, buildings and even names can be bought and sold as NFTs, often fetching hundreds of thousands of dollars, is creating a buying frenzy among crypto-rich investors. This report produced by Li

Europe's top soccer clubs form breakaway league

Twelve of Europe's top football clubs launched a breakaway Super League on Sunday, launching what is certain to be a bitter battle for control of the game and its lucrative revenue.

Twelve of Europe's top football clubs launched a breakaway Super League on Sunday, launching what is certain to be a bitter battle for control of the game and its lucrative revenue.

US warns of consequences if jailed Kremlin critic Navalny dies

US national security adviser says Alexey Navalny’s safety is the Russian government’s responsibility.

US national security adviser says Alexey Navalny’s safety is the Russian government’s responsibility.

Czechs, Russia expel each others' diplomats

Moscow expelled 20 Czech diplomats on Sunday in a confrontation over Czech allegations that two Russian spies accused of a nerve agent poisoning in Britain in 2018 were behind an earlier explosion at a Czech ammunition depot that killed two people.

Moscow expelled 20 Czech diplomats on Sunday in a confrontation over Czech allegations that two Russian spies accused of a nerve agent poisoning in Britain in 2018 were behind an earlier explosion at a Czech ammunition depot that killed two people.

Will Russia attack Ukraine?

Moscow is massing its troops along the border with its neighbor

Moscow is massing its troops along the border with its neighbor

NASA makes history by flying small drone on Mars

The drone named Ingenuity is the first ever powered and controlled flight to another planet.

The drone named Ingenuity is the first ever powered and controlled flight to another planet.

Two dead after driverless Tesla car crashes in US

Driverless Tesla car crashed into tree killing two people.

Driverless Tesla car crashed into tree killing two people.

Fiji government locks down two for at least two more weeks amid fears of Covid spread

A 53-year-old cleaner at a Nadi quarantine facility came into contact with a Covid-positive soldier before attended a funeral and travelled on public transport while symptomatic.

A 53-year-old cleaner at a Nadi quarantine facility came into contact with a Covid-positive soldier before attended a funeral and travelled on public transport while symptomatic.

Officer who shot Daunte Wright makes first court appearance

Former police officer faces second-degree manslaughter charge for apparently mistaking her gun for a Taser and shooting Wright.

Former police officer faces second-degree manslaughter charge for apparently mistaking her gun for a Taser and shooting Wright.

Protecting Colombia's jaguars

Jaguars roam the rainforests of South America silently and well camouflaged. But their habitat is dwindling and ranchers see them as a threat. Yet two brothers are fighting misconceptions and want to project them.

Jaguars roam the rainforests of South America silently and well camouflaged. But their habitat is dwindling and ranchers see them as a threat. Yet two brothers are fighting misconceptions and want to project them.

Will U.S. sanctions work against Russia?

U.S. President Joe Biden has imposed new sanctions on Moscow for election meddling and cyber attacks.

U.S. President Joe Biden has imposed new sanctions on Moscow for election meddling and cyber attacks.

Eleven dead, 98 injured after train derails in Egypt

Eleven people were killed and 98 injured on Sunday in a train accident in Egypt's Qalioubia province north of Cairo, the health ministry said in a statement. Freddie Joyner has the latest.

Eleven people were killed and 98 injured on Sunday in a train accident in Egypt's Qalioubia province north of Cairo, the health ministry said in a statement. Freddie Joyner has the latest.

Powerful 'river of rocks' found deep under caribbean

Scientists found that an ancient magma bloom is pushing hot rock from the Pacific into the Caribbean's mantle layer, via a portal that opened under Central America.

Scientists found that an ancient magma bloom is pushing hot rock from the Pacific into the Caribbean's mantle layer, via a portal that opened under Central America.

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