Explosion at Ukraine embassy in Madrid injures one person, officials say
An explosion occurred at Ukraine's embassy in Madrid, injuring one employee who was handling a letter, the Spanish Interior Ministry said Wednesday.
China is planning an embassy in London on land with a royal past. Residents want King Charles to intervene
French baguette secures spot on UN cultural heritage list
The iconic French baguette has gained new status by securing a spot on the United Nation's intangible cultural heritage list.
South Korea scrambles fighter jets after Chinese and Russian warplanes enter air defence zone
South Korea said it has scrambled fighter jets after detecting two Chinese and six Russian warplanes in its air defence zone.
South Korea scrambles jets as China, Russia warplanes enter air defense zone
South Korea on Wednesday scrambled F-15k jets after two Chinese and four Russian warplanes unexpectedly crossed its air defense identification zone.
Tornadoes hit Mississippi, central Louisiana; 125M in Midwest, Northeast in path of severe winds
A front threatened to drive severe thunderstorms and tornadoes across the south-central U.S. Long-track tornadoes could\u00a0produce wind gusts of 165 mph.
Russians visit H&M for last time as retailer closes stores for good
Russians visited H&M's flagship Moscow store for the last time on Wednesday before the world's No.2 fashion retailer closes all its stores in Russia for good, after a stock sale that lasted for almost four months.
Buckingham Palace apologizes over treatment of Black activist at reception
At a reception for combating gender based violence, a member of the royal household repeatedly questioned the activist about where she was "really" from.
Spain insists no deaths on its soil during Melilla tragedy
Spain’s interior minister has flatly rejected new media reports of possible deaths on Spanish soil during a June storming of the border fence separating its north African enclave of Melilla from Morocco when at least 23 people died
Iran sentences four people to death for cooperating with 'Zionist' Mossad
Three other people are handed prison sentences between five to ten years for allegedly committing crimes.
Would you like to see your workplace adopt a four-day week?
New study shows employers as well as their staff can benefit significantly from adoption of a four-day week
In Ukraine's war-shrouded capital, a play about a murderous dictator hits close to home
Staging of Camus play 'Caligula' in Ukrainian capital is cathartic for audience and cast alike. 'Resonates in this moment,' says actor who plays Roman despot
UK royal family staff quits after racist comments to charity boss
Buckingham Palace says the staff member who made 'unacceptable' comments to Ngozi Fulani stepped aside.
Starmer: private school VAT exemption is ‘trickle-down education’
The Labour leader accused the prime minister of continually making exemptions for undeserving sectors PMQs live: Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer clash over strikes and school spending Keir Starmer has used prime minister’s questions to make a pointed and personal attack on Rishi Sunak over tax benefits for private schools, saying the policy of continued VAT exemption for school fees amounted to “tri…
Belgium starts trial over 2016 suicide bombings
Salah Abdeslam, who was convicted in separate trial over 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris, among accused Belgium has launched its biggest criminal trial with the prosecution of alleged jihadists accused of directing or aiding suicide bombings on the Brussels metro and airport that killed 32 people in 2016. The prime suspect in the dock, Abdeslam Salah, 33, an electrical mechanic, confirmed his ide…
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