Marilyn Manson: The Monster Who Told Us Who He Was In Review In Evan Rachel Wood’s documentary Phoenix Rising, she accuses Marilyn Manson of “essentially [raping her] on-camera” during the filming of his 2007 video for “Heart-Shaped Glasses”. But it’s not the first time Manson has faced such or similar...
Four people died after a powerful 7.4-magnitude earthquake hit Japan struck off the northern Japanese coast on Wednesday. Today, residents in Fukushima and Miyagi are cleaning up their homes. Fixing fallen furniture and appliances back into place and scooping up broken dishes and windows. At a hotel in Yabuki town in...
The same photo used on most of the front pages takes up the whole of the front page of the Express.
"Home... for a nice cuppa", reads the headline in the Mirror.
"Denise: My sex tape ordeal at 15", reads the headline in The Sun.
Summary of Today's Paper Lead Story The Independent - Nazanin freed to start ‘new life’ with her family The Independent leads with a picture of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe smiling as she returns home to Britain. The paper says she will start a ‘new life’ with her family after being detained for...
The Metro celebrates Nazanin's release with the headline: "At last some good news".
The Guardian leads with an image of a smiling Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe who has been freed after six years in detention in Iran.
The Independent says Vladimir Putin has accused the west of trying to “violate” and “dismember” Russia and sent a warning to those within his country he labelled as traitors.
The Independent says one of the killers of Sophie Lancaster, who was attacked in a park along with her boyfriend because they were dressed as Goths, is set to be freed from jail.
The cargo ship Al Salmy 6 capsized during rough and stormy weather in the Gulf, Captain Nizar Qaddoura, operations manager of the Salem Al Makrani Cargo company, said.
The Independent say Cineworld has said a “strong” slate of films at the end of 2021, including James Bond film No Time To Die and Spider-Man: No Way Home, helped audience numbers to rebound sharply.
The Metro says there are some survivors from the devastating Russian bombing of a theatre, where hundreds of people were sheltering, Ukrainian authorities say.
The Metro says Kanye West has been suspended from posting on Instagram for 24 hours during his feud with Pete Davidson.
The Metro says Jussie Smollett has been released from jail on a bond while he prepares to appeal his conviction on five felony counts of lying to police about a racist and homophobic attack.
The Metro says Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has finally been reunited with her family after six years of ‘hell’ in Iran.
JOE Biden branded Vladimir Putin a "war criminal" as he unveiled a fresh £600million aid package for Ukraine - including armed drones.
The Guardian thousands of Ukrainians are expected to arrive in the UK next week following criticisms of the slow progress of government schemes.
OIL PRICES have surged to almost $100-per-barrel as Boris Johnson has so far failed to secure an agreement from leaders in Saudi Arabia and the UAE about an increase in oil production exported to the UK.
The Guardian says plans to cap MPs’ earnings from second jobs have been dropped months after the issue provoked a sleaze scandal.
The Guardian says a powerful 7.4 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Fukushima in northern Japan on Wednesday evening.
The Guardian says the RSPCA is prosecuting the West Ham defender Kurt Zouma and his brother Yoan under the Animal Welfare Act, the charity has said, after a video emerged last month of a cat being kicked.
All Brits likely to be offered fourth Covid jab this year, Sajid Javid says The Metro says another Covid booster jab could be rolled out in the autumn, Health Secretary Sajid Javid has said. Vulnerable people and those aged over 75 are already being offered a fourth vaccine this spring....
The Independent says tears of joy were shed as the families of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and Anoosheh Ashoori were reunited with their loved ones.
THE BREXIT divorce bill means UK still sending BILLIONS to EU have continued despite leaving the bloc Express.co.uk reveals how much and where the money is going.
Thursday's front pages.
Chaos inside Russia as pensioners have been seen fighting over bags of sugar as international sanctions start to hit vital supplies of essentials to Russian residents
BBC News says British-Iranian nationals Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and Anoosheh Ashoori are back in the UK after being freed from years of Iranian detention.
The Guardian says ministers are coming under growing pressure to intervene to soften the impact of the cost of living crisis.
France24 says Hundreds of thousands of Irish and international visitors were to celebrate St Patrick's Day in Ireland on Thursday after a two-year pause in festivities due to the coronavirus.
Euronews says Germany has registered a new record-high seven-day incidence for COVID-19 for the second consecutive day.
TRT World says Netflix has said it is testing charging a fee to subscribers who share their accounts with people who don't live in their homes.
The Metro says in his strongest condemnation so far, Joe Biden said he believes Vladimir Putin ‘is a war criminal’ for his unprovoked attacks on Ukraine.
BBC Sport says Tottenham manager Antonio Conte says Harry Kane "deserves to win something" after the forward scored and starred in their Premier League win at Brighton.