Courtney Act slams grooming accusations from Australian senator: ‘Kids just see colour and sparkles’
The drag star has fired back.
The drag star has fired back.
woman killed by own dog , Mum-of-two Joanne Robinson, 43, was pinned down in the jaws of her American XL ‘bully’ bulldog called Rocco at
One of the UK’s leading supermarkets, ASDA, has launched a £1 meal-deal offer for over 60s. The initiative looks to support the elderly during the
Russian professor is accused of saying prison is better than becoming “cannon fodder” to her students who were at risk of being called up under
A CLASSIC Ferrari discovered in a garage after being forgotten about for 40 years has been dragged out and is up for sale. classic Ferrari
Woman with world’s longest nails has opened up about what life is really like with a combined nail length of 1,306.58 cm (42 ft 10.4
Thomas Cashman, 34, has appeared in court for the first time charged with the murder of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel. He was transported from prison in
Former police officer Wayne Couzens, who abducted and murdered Sarah Everard last year, is accused of two counts of indecent exposure. He allegedly drove pantless
An exit poll in Bulgaria suggests that the centre-right GERB party of ex-premier Boyko Borissov, a party blamed for presiding over years of corruption.
The Guardian says The FBI recovered a document describing a foreign government’s nuclear capabilities during its search of Mar-a-Lago, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday.
China experienced a devastating 6.6 magnitude earthquake on Monday, which claimed at least 74 lives.
Major roads leading to the epicentre of the earthquake in the southwestern province of Sichuan have started to reopen and traffic has resumed.
Euronews says Italian President Sergio Mattarella has rejected the resignation of Prime Minister Mario Draghi, the presidency said on Thursday night.
In Pictures: Russia invades Ukraine – forces launching a major military assault on the country from the north, south and east.
The Guardian says Man charged with murder after nine-year-old girl’s body found in a barrel near Blue Mountains
Arab News says happiness reigned in public squares in the Gaza Strip, which saw the distribution of sweets and rejoicing.
France24 says Supporters of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tore down a police blockade Monday night in downtown Brasilia.
Aljazeera says the Taliban has taken complete control of Panjshir province, the last area in Afghanistan held by resistance forces.
Arab News says New Zealand will ease COVID-19 curbs in all regions outside its biggest city of Auckland from midnight on Tuesday.
Aljazeera says Hurricane Ida, which swept through Louisiana with the strongest winds ever is estimated to have caused almost $18 billion in damage.
TRT World says Afghanistan’s economy is likely to collapse following the rapid withdrawal of US forces and the Taliban’s return to power.
Arab News says Afghans made a run for the borders as Taliban militants cemented their grip on the country and finalized plans to form a government.
Afghanistan explosion news – Kabul Aiport explosion Kabul airport explosion: A Terror attack bomb blast outside Kabul airport in Afghanistan has killed at least 40
The Daily Mail says the body of a missing 23-year-old hiker was found after a near two-month search on August 21 in a Montana rockslide with fatal injuries.
Aljazeera says Israeli warplanes bombed Hamas sites in Gaza in response to incendiary balloons launched from the Palestinian enclave that caused brush fires in southern Israel.
Arab News says Jacinda Ardern has extended New Zealand’s nationwide COVID-19 lockdown saying the current outbreak of the Delta variant had not yet peaked.
Aljazeera says Joe Biden has pledged his “commitment” to get US citizens and at-risk Afghans out of Taliban-controlled Afghanistan but warned of hurdles ahead.
BBC News says a powerful earthquake has struck the Caribbean nation of Haiti, killing at least 304 people and injuring more than 1,800.
The Guardian says an eight-year-old Hindu boy is being held in protective police custody in east Pakistan after becoming the youngest person ever to be charged with blasphemy in the country.
TRT World says the Dixie Fire in northern California has continued to grow overnight, making it the second-largest wildfire in US state history as thousands of people continued to flee advancing flames.
Arab News says Tunisia on Sunday launched a Covid-19 vaccination drive for the over-40s, after receiving more than six million doses from abroad to combat surging infections.
France24 says the Taliban tightened the noose around northern Afghanistan, capturing 3 more provincial capitals as they take their fight to the cities after seizing much of the countryside.
VOA says U.S. authorities identified the Pentagon police officer stabbed to death at a transit station outside the building the day before and were digging into the background of the attacker.
TRT World says President Jair Bolsonaro should be investigated for unproven claims that Brazil’s electronic voting system is riddled with fraud.
Aljazeera says the World Health Organization is calling for a moratorium on COVID-19 vaccine boosters until at least the end of September.
The Guardian says an unbeatable leader in times of crisis, New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern’s soaring popularity has teetered on the country’s slow road to vaccination.