Family sues after dad drove off collapsed bridge while following Google Maps

The lawsuit alleges Google had been alerted to the issue.

Armenia says Azerbaijan is breaking ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh

A day after a ceasefire began in Nagorno-Karabakh, Azerbaijan has broken the peace, according to local Armenian officials in the disputed South Caucasus region. Azerbaijani soldiers fired not far from Nagorno-Karabakh's capital Stepanakert, the Interior Ministry of the unrecognized Republic of Artsakh that governs Nagorno-Karabakh said on Thursday ...

Ukraine rejects defective Leopard 1 tanks from Germany after finding ‘serious faults’

Ukraine rejects defective Leopard 1 tanks from Germany after finding ‘serious faults’ - Several Leopard 1 tanks returned after Ukrainian army finds ‘serious technical issues’

India-Canada latest: Delhi suspends visas for Canadian citizens as Sikh murder row escalate

India-Canada latest: Delhi suspends visas for Canadian citizens as Sikh murder row escalate - Justin Trudeau says ‘credible allegations’ of Indian state’s involvement in killing

British Ministry of Defense: Russian troops are exhausted

Every day since the escalation of the Russian war of aggression in Ukraine in February 2022, the British Ministry of Defense publishes its assessment of the situation in the conflict. The post British Ministry of Defense: Russian troops are exhausted appeared first on Z-Live Network.

Ukraine 'breakthrough' underway as Kyiv smashes through gap in Russian lines

Ukraine's armoured vehicles have been pictured in heavy fighting behind Russia's main line of defence on the southern front in what could be the start of another push for Kyiv.

Met police officers stopped, searched, and handcuffed Team GB sprinter Bianca Williams and her partner in front of their baby because they are black, hearing is told

Team GB sprinter Bianca Williams, 29, (left) and her partner Ricardo Dos Santos, 28, (right) were stopped by five Met Police officers while driving through west London.

Elderly Croydon man, 90, dies of injuries after being hit by van in horror crash

The man had been in a critical condition in hospital since the crash on Friday, September 15

Pictured: Suspect in killing of Chicago family-of-four who was shot dead in burning car - as cops reveal his female passenger has also died after she was found next to him with bullet wounds

The suspect and in the killing of a Chicago family-of-four and their three dogs who was shot dead in a burning vehicle has been pictured alongside his partner, who was also killed.

Court Refuses to Revive Charges Against Key Figures in Flint Water Scandal

On September 20, the Michigan Supreme Court rejected an effort to revive criminal charges against seven people involved with the Flint water scandal.

French journalist released after two-day arrest for reporting on Egypt spy operation

French police Thursday released journalist Ariane Lavrilleux, who was arrested after reporting on leaked documents that claimed French intelligence was used to target civilians in Egypt, in a two-day detention that alarmed rights groups, she said. Investigative website Disclose published a series of articles in November 2021 based on hundreds of secret documents. It said they showed how information from a French counter-intelligence operation in...

Poland clarifies it will fulfill promises to supply arms to Ukraine

The Polish government has clarified that it plans to deliver weapons to Ukraine in line with its commitments, after initial confusion over remarks made by the prime minister. Earlier, there was speculation about Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki's comments concerning arms deliveries to Kiev, amid a dispute over the Polish import ban on Ukrai...

Russia-Ukraine war live: Kyiv agrees Slovakia grain deal; Polish talks continue after Warsaw decision not to send weapons to Ukraine

Slovakia and Ukraine’s agricultural ministers agree licensing system for trading in grains after Kyiv dispute with Poland

Nigerian protesters demand answers after MohBad's death

IN THE PRESS - Thursday, September 21: We look at the press reaction in both Armenia and Azerbaijan, as the latter claims sovereignty over the Nagorno-Karabakh region. In other news: Rishi Sunak defends his controversial environmental U-turn. Also, protests erupt in Nigeria after the death of artist MohBad. Finally, Venezuelan troops reclaim a prison that had long been being treated like a hotel by inmates.

Ukraine: Russia deploys hybrid weapon

More casualties were discovered in the Ukrainian city of Kupyansk after last Tuesday's Russian shelling. The post Ukraine: Russia deploys hybrid weapon appeared first on Z-Live Network.

A family of four was fatally shot in a sleepy Illinois town. Now their suspected killer is dead

A family of four was fatally shot in a sleepy Illinois town. Now their suspected killer is dead - The Rolon-Bartolomei family were found dead in their home on Sunday. Days later, a suspect police sought in their murders was found dead in Oklahoma, Faiza Saqib reports

Ukraine-Russia war latest: Ukrainian armoured vehicles cross Russia’s main defensive line

Ukraine’s armoured vehicles appear to have punched through Russia’s main defensive line of mines, barriers and trenches on the southern front. Geoconfirmed footage shows Marder and Stryker vehicles, both of which are used by the 82nd Air Assault Brigade, are operating behind the Surovikin Line west of Verbove in Zaporizhzhia. Infantry has already b...

Four killed, five injured in gas blast and fire at Romania construction site

Local media said workers hit a gas transport main with a digger, causing sparks and triggering the explosion.

Grief-stricken relatives of Chicago couple and their two children who were shot dead in their home speak out for the first time

The family of the four victims who were horrifically killed inside of their suburban Chicago home last weekend has thanked their supporters and law enforcement for their efforts in the case.

Explosion in Crimea: Attack targets Russian military base

There has apparently been an explosion near Sevastopol, a port city in Crimea occupied by Russia, according to videos. The post Explosion in Crimea: Attack targets Russian military base appeared first on Z-Live Network.

Russia strikes hit cities across Ukraine, killing at least two people

Seven people were injured in Kyiv, including a nine-year-old girl, mayor Vitalii Klitschko said, with residential and commercial buildings damaged.

Sadiq Khan public meeting ‘to be moved from central London’ amid Ulez security concerns

Sadiq Khan public meeting ‘to be moved from central London’ amid Ulez security concerns - Police warning after People’s Question Time was targeted by protesters

Ukraine kills 130 Russian soldiers in single day in southern push

Ukraine kills 130 Russian soldiers in single day in southern push - Latest Russian losses ‘significantly higher’ than previous two days when the forces lost roughly 200 personnel each day

13 charged after demonstrators bring mock gallows to Leinster House protest

Thirteen people have been charged by gardai during a day of protests outside the Dail that saw demonstrators block entrances and display a mock gallows. Photographs of high-profile politicians were attached to the gallows placed outside Leinster House as Dail business returned following the summer recess.

Putin's warlord posts bizarre 'I'm alive' video in first confirmed sighting for 20 days

Rumours swirled in recent days claiming Ramzan Kadyrov is in a critical condition in a coma - and may even have been poisoned.

40 good samaritans lift bus to save trapped teenager

40 good samaritans lift bus to save trapped teenager.

Sheffield Headlines 21 September: Cromford Street murder Sheffield man who killed himself while...

The latest news headlines from the Sheffield Star, Thursday September 21st 2023.

Iran Set To Impose Harsher Punishments For Violating Hijab Laws

BBC reports that Iran has passed a controversial new bill increasing the prison terms and fines for women who break strict dress code laws. According to the new bill, which still needs the approval of the Guardian Council to become law, anyone dressed "inappropriately" could face up to ten years in jail.

Missile strike destroys hotel in Ukraine

Rescue crews were working to retrieve injured people from the rubble after the building was hit by a Russian missile strike, Ukrainian officials said.

Rishi Sunak ‘absolutely confident’ UK will hit net zero despite green U-turn

The Prime Minister denied that his announcement was about 'playing politics'

No sanction for Boris Johnson after Daily Mail column rule breach – Dowden

The Deputy Prime Minister said it would be ‘disproportionate’ to take any further action towards the former prime minister.

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Sissons Road Middleton: Man taken to hospital with serious injuries after attack on Leeds street

A man has been left with serious injuries following an assault on a Leeds street.

German foreign minister says no decision on missiles for Ukraine

German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock has kept mum on whether a US delivery of ATACMS guided missiles to Ukraine would also make a German commitment to deliver Taurus cruise missiles more likely. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been pressing for both the German-made Taurus missiles and the US-made ATACMS system for some time. Both mi...

Turn of events in the Madeleine McCann case – Witness threatens to withdraw

Witness threatens to withdraw.

‘Very worrying’ pollution is ‘so prevalent’ in Europe, says Estonian climate minister – live

Kristen Michal says clean air is ‘human right’ and breathing ‘should not make us sick’ after revelations about Europe’s toxic air

Inquest opens into death of Army officer after incident on Cyprus RAF base

Inquest opens into death of Army officer after incident on Cyprus RAF base - Colour Sergeant Anthony Oxley left behind a daughter and three stepchildren.

Australia news live: human rights commissioner demands release of UN report on detention facilities

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Former UK soldier pleads not guilty to prison escape

LONDON (Reuters) - A former British soldier charged with terrorism and Official Secret Act offences pleaded not guilty on Thursday to breaking out of prison and going on the run. Prosecutors say Daniel Abed Khalife, 21, escaped from London's Wandsworth prison on Sep. 6 by attaching himself to the underside of a food delivery truck. After a four-day nationwide manhunt, police said he was

French far right says Russian loan repaid

France's far-right National Rally (RN) party said it has repaid a loan originally from a Czech-Russian bank that political opponents argued demonstrated its ties to the Kremlin. The loan, originally from the First Czech-Russian Bank (FCBR), kept the party afloat from 2014, when it claimed French lenders were refusing to extend credit.

Three South African navy personnel die after being swept off submarine deck

The accident happened as a helicopter was attempting a vertical replenishment of supplies to the SAS Manthatisi off the coast of Cape Town.

Two children in hospital after roof is ripped off school bus in crash

The bus crashed into a car and tree branch, emergency services said.

Severed human leg found in dumpster behind New York City TD Bank

Severed human leg found in dumpster behind New York City TD Bank - NYPD investigate after severed body part found inside bin

Hunslet fire: First pictures from huge blaze at 'eco development' in Leeds city centre - live updates

Firefighters have been called out to tackle a huge blaze at an “eco development” in Leeds city centre this morning.

Paramedic completes New Zealand rescue mission despite his helicopter crashing

A paramedic in New Zealand has continued with his rescue mission, and completed it, despite the helicopter he was in crashing en route to help an injured hiker. The paramedic was travelling to Pirongia Forest Park, about two hours south of Auckland, when the Waikato Westpac rescue helicopter he was in came down. Authorities say the helicopter experienced a “heavy landing” at about 5pm with photos of the scene showing the red and yellow aircraft...

‘Jimmy Savile police unit’ helping Met Police with Russell Brand investigation

‘Jimmy Savile police unit’ helping Met Police with Russell Brand investigation - Unit investigating non-recent sexual offences helping Met probe

Russia launches air attacks on Kyiv, Ukrainian regions

By Olena Harmash KYIV (Reuters) -Russia launched a massive air attack on the capital Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities on Thursday, injuring at least 18 people and damaging infrastructure facilities across the country, officials said. Blasts were heard in Kyiv and the surrounding region after an air raid alert, Reuters witnesses said. Authorities reported sending rescue teams to several locations

Inside the Tory WhatsApp group as MPs hail Rishi Sunak for ‘arguing back’ on net zero after backlash

Leaked WhatsApp messages show backbench Tory MPs heaping praise on Rishi Sunak for 'seizing the agenda'

Met officer charged with murdering Chris Kaba will appear in court today

The officer is set to appear at Westminster magistrates' court this morning, followed by an appearance at the Old Bailey, in order to deal with bail.

Intense hatred against young councillor for giving school a pride flag

'I was branded a "paedophile" for "trying to talk about sexuality in school".'