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Death toll in Russian strike on eastern town rises to three, Ukraine says

(Reuters) - Rescuers on Monday retrieved the body of an 8-year-old girl, five days after a Russian missile strike on Ukraine's eastern town of Novohrodivka, Ukrainian authorities said, bringing the total death toll to three. On Nov. 29, Russia fired six missiles on three settlements in the eastern Donetsk region, injuring ten people, according to authorities. In Novohrodivka, a missile damaged a


Tanzania: Vehicles submerged by floods and mudslides as death toll continues to rise

Tanzania: Vehicles submerged by floods and mudslides as death toll continues to rise -


Daring rescue in Bakhmut: Ukraine's 93rd brigade braves shelling to evacuate wounded soldier

In a remarkable display of bravery and solidarity, Ukrainian soldiers from the 93rd Brigade carried out a daring rescue operation under heavy fire to save a wounded comrade near Bakhmut, in the eastern part of Ukraine. This extraordinary event, captured by two war photographers, underscores the harsh realities of the conflict and the unwavering det...


Police hunt after antisemitic graffiti sprayed on MP’s office building

Police hunt after antisemitic graffiti sprayed on MP’s office building - CCTV image of suspect released after Feryal Clark’s office in Enfield vandalised


Fabrizio Romano provides update on Lisandro Martinez’s recovery from injury

Manchester United will not rush Lisandro Martinez back from injury. According to leading football journalist Fabrizio Romano, the Argentine international suffered an injury setback earlier this year that is ‘not a normal problem’ which explains why United’s staff are wary about the situation.


Network Rail withdrawns plans for footbridge over level crossing due to backlash from locals

Network Rail has withdrawn an application for a footbridge over a level crossing in York following backlash from locals.


Child killer Lucy Letby faces being stripped of nursing status

Child killer Lucy Letby faces being stripped of nursing status - Letby was convicted of murdering seven babies and attempting to murder six others.


Speaker absent from Commons after positive Covid test

Speaker absent from Commons after positive Covid test - Sir Lindsay Hoyle is said to be ‘fighting it very well’.


Strikes halted at school as deal reached over ‘unacceptable’ pupil behaviour

Strikes halted at school as deal reached over ‘unacceptable’ pupil behaviour - Staff at Oasis Academy, on the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, had been on strike for three days demanding a zero-tolerance approach to bad behaviour.


Latest Liverpool transfer news: Reds set to open midfielder talks, eyes also on £50m star

Who could Liverpool seek to strengthen their squad in January after revamping their midfield in the summer transfer window?


Hopes raised for survivors after more than 30 buried by landslide at Zambia mine

The informal miners have been trapped since Thursday night while digging tunnels at the open-pit mine near Chingola, and were presumed dead.


Papers: Haaland faces FA charge after blasting referee Hooper

The top stories and transfer rumours from Monday's newspapers...


Russia accused of killing unarmed and surrendering Ukrainian prisoners of war

Russia accused of killing unarmed and surrendering Ukrainian prisoners of war - Ukraine says it is investigating graphic video of two soldiers being killed after surrendering. Warning: This article contains details which some readers may find distressing


German sea rescue ship Humanity 1 detained by Italian authorities

Italian authorities have detained a German aid group's humanitarian sea rescue ship Humanity 1 in the southern Italian port city of Crotone, the aid group SOS Humanity said. The ship was ordered out of service following an operation in the central Mediterranean Sea on Saturday evening in which the crew rescued about 200 migrants from a boat in dist...


Charles Leclerc ‘agrees bumper new five-year Ferrari deal with exit clause’

Charles Leclerc ‘agrees bumper new five-year Ferrari deal with exit clause’ - The 26-year-old Monegasque’s contract at Ferrari was due to expire at the end of the 2024 F1 season


Indiana coroner identifies remains of teen girl found buried on land of man charged in her death

Indiana coroner identifies remains of teen girl found buried on land of man charged in her death - An Indiana coroner has identified the remains of a 17-year-old girl who vanished in June and whose body was found this week in a box buried on land owned by a man now charged in her slaying


Kenyan cult leader sentenced to 18 months for film violations but still not charged over mass graves

Kenyan cult leader sentenced to 18 months for film violations but still not charged over mass graves - The leader of a doomsday cult in Kenya has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for the illegal distribution of films and operating a film studio without licenses


Infectious disease spreading rapidly through southern Gaza, doctors warn

Infectious disease spreading rapidly through southern Gaza, doctors warn - The area surrounding Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis is being ravaged by ‘epidemiological issues’, doctors say


Papers: Liverpool not interested in Mbappe move

The top stories and transfer rumours from Sunday's newspapers...


Tanks roll into southern Gaza as Israel expands its war on Hamas

Tanks roll into southern Gaza as Israel expands its war on Hamas - Israeli military issues evacuation call – but Palestinians say there is nowhere safe to go. ‘No one can describe the fear, horror and the suffering we are facing,’ one south Gaza resident tells The Independent


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Barclay family regains control of Telegraph after £1.2bn loan repaid

The deal could see control of The Telegraph and Spectator transferred to an Abu Dhabi-backed fund


Agnes Chow: ‘Mulan of Hong Kong’ refuses to return from Canada for date with police

Agnes Chow: ‘Mulan of Hong Kong’ refuses to return from Canada for date with police - ‘Maybe I won’t return for the rest of my life,’ says one of city’s most prominent pro-democracy voices


Lawyer of fugitive Wirecard executive called to testify in court

BERLIN (Reuters) - A German court has called upon the lawyer of former Wirecard board member Jan Marsalek, who has been on the run since the implosion of the German payments company, to testify next Wednesday in Germany's biggest post-war fraud trial. Wirecard became the first-ever DAX member to file for insolvency in 2020, owing creditors almost $4 billion, after disclosing a 1.9 billion euro (


F1 News Today: Verstappen makes Ricciardo accusation as Horner issues worrying Mercedes verdict

All the day's biggest F1 news!


Police reveal what was in drug-laced chocolate bars that were sold to children at Christmas market

Police reveal what was in drug-laced chocolate bars that were sold to children at Christmas market - Police give update after customers fall ill at Christmas market


In boost for Modi, India's BJP set to win 3 of 4 key state polls

By YP Rajesh, Rupam Jain and Krishn Kaushik NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India's ruling nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday appeared set to win three of four states in key regional polls, in a big boost for Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of general elections in six months. The heartland states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, and the southern state of Telangana, voted


Official rebuke for Sadiq Khan's claim of ‘falling’ knife crime

Official rebuke for Sadiq Khan's claim of ‘falling’ knife crime - Office for Statistics Regulation said a mayoral press release was wrong to claim that knife crime in the capital has declined since he took charge of City Hall in 2016


Met Police detective ‘took relative off domestic abuse suspects’ list’

Met Police detective ‘took relative off domestic abuse suspects’ list’ - Detective Constable Zainab Hussain let down the public but learned a “salutary lesson”, a panel ruled


The Metro daily cartoon by Guy Venables

Cop28 president Sultan Al Jaber has said there's ‘no science’ behind the need to phase out fossil fuels.


The death toll from a mining tragedy in South Africa rises to 13 after a worker dies at a hospital

The death toll from a mining tragedy in South Africa rises to 13 after a worker dies at a hospital - The death toll from a mining tragedy last week in South Africa that involved an elevator at a mine has risen to 13 after a worker died at a hospital


Second ‘homeless’ man found dead in -12C freeze as UK hit by snow and ice

Second ‘homeless’ man found dead in -12C freeze as UK hit by snow and ice - Man is pronounced dead after being found in a shop doorway in Manchester city centre


NHS trust under investigation accused of hypocritical email to staff

The boss of a hospital trust being investigated by police for alleged negligence over 40 patient deaths has been accused of sending a hypocritical email urging staff to have the courage to raise concerns despite the dismissal of whistleblowing doctors. Last week the Guardian revealed that the University Hospitals Sussex trust is under pressure to suspend surgeons whose cases are being reviewed by Sussex police in an investigation that involves...


The GOP primary will be effectively over before Trump gets his first criminal verdict: report

The 2024 Republican presidential primary calendar is particularly advantageous to former President Donald Trump, given the timing of his four upcoming criminal trials. According to NPR's count, more than 70% of all available delegates up for grabs in the GOP's nominating contest will be allocated by the end of March, when the former president may s...


Statistician arrested after deep dive into deaths after 'specific Covid vaccine batches'

A former employee of New Zealand's public health agency is on trial for leaking information on coronavirus vaccinations.


Germany launches investigation into Paris killing

A German man was killed in a suspected terror attack in central Paris on Saturday. The German investigation will coincide with a probe by French anti-terror prosecutors.


Christian Falk’s Fact Files – Liverpool vs Man City for Joshua Kimmich? SHOCK Werner transfer? & more

This article was originally published on Fabrizio Romano’s Daily Briefing, a subscription service. If you would like to receive Fabrizio Romano’s exclusive


Kashmir journalist reveals struggle with media crackdown

A young journalist in Indian-administered Kashmir loved working for independent news outlet Kashmir Walla. But since the outlet was banned in August, she says the prospects for working in local journalism are limited.


US high court to hear challenge to $6bn Purdue opioid settlement

The US Supreme Court is to hear a challenge on Monday to Purdue Pharma's $6 billion opioids settlement immunizing the family that controlled the drugmaker from future litigation. At the same time, the settlement, which was approved by a lower court, gave the families of Raymond Sackler and Mortimer Sackler protection from all future civil claims, effectively protecting their other assets from opioid-related lawsuits.


Facebook owner Meta faces $600 million lawsuit from Spanish media

By Inti Landauro MADRID (Reuters) -A group representing 83 Spanish media outlets has filed a 550 million euro ($600 million) lawsuit against Facebook owner Meta Platforms, citing unfair competition in the advertising market in a case that could be replicated across the European Union. The AMI media association said in a statement on Monday the lawsuit was filed collectively by the newspapers


Nick Pope injury: Goalkeeper out for up to five months with shoulder dislocation

Newcastle United just cannot catch a break. The Magpies, who are enduring their worst injury crisis for decades, are without the majority of their senior squad.


Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s Man Utd share purchase set to be announced early next week

Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s Man Utd share purchase set to be announced early next week - The Glazer family first announced a strategic review, which included the possibility of selling the club, more than a year ago.


Russia brings new charges against jailed Kremlin foe Navalny

Russia brings new charges against jailed Kremlin foe Navalny - Imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been handed new charges by Russian prosecutors


Euro Paper Talk: Arsenal move for €60m Brazilian as Edu nears deal for elite Belgium powerhouse; Liverpool to sell star to Barcelona to fund France raid

The Gunners are to make two midfield signings in January, Liverpool will sell an experienced star to Barcelona and buy a quality Frenchman in his place, while Man City are ready to make a mammoth move for a Sporting CP defender


Latest Brighton injury news, expected return dates, suspensions

FFC keeps you up to date with all the latest Brighton news involving injuries.


Treasury creates new strike force as US and China pursue crackdown on illicit fentanyl trafficking

Treasury creates new strike force as US and China pursue crackdown on illicit fentanyl trafficking - The Treasury Department is announcing a new strike force to help combat illicit fentanyl trafficking


Ukraine's security service alleges Russian plot involving ex-president

By Max Hunder KYIV (Reuters) - Ukraine's security service said on Saturday it had prevented former president Petro Poroshenko from leaving the country on grounds that Russia planned to exploit a planned meeting with Hungary's prime minister to hurt Ukrainian interests. Poroshenko's political party, European Solidarity, said the former president had scheduled only meetings in Poland and the


Daniel Farke reportedly stopped Leeds from signing English midfielder

Leeds United did not re-sign their English midfielder Adam Forshaw because of Daniel Farke according to reports. The German was appointed manager of Leeds in the summer after the side were relegated to the Championship.


Builder admits murdering woman after working on extension at her home

Builder admits murdering woman after working on extension at her home - Peter Norgrove changed his plea to guilty during an appearance at Wolverhampton Crown Court.


Ministers hiding soaring costs of Rwanda deportation plan, says MP

Ministers are deliberately hiding the mounting costs of the Rwanda deportation scheme from the public, the head of an influential parliamentary watchdog has told the Guardian, as insiders expect a new deal with the African country to be signed off within days. Dame Diana Johnson, the chair of the home affairs select committee, said the government had “total disregard” for parliament’s rights to scrutinise the key immigration policy after a...