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This is the hilarious moment a wild monkey breaks into a hotel room in Mexico on February 14 and steals a vape, almost using it before leaving.
First official track action of 2024 campaign taking place today
BT Group agrees to sale of Grade-II listed tower to MCR Hotels
An out-of-control satellite is hurtling towards Earth, nearly three decades after it first launched. The ERS-2 satellite, which served as an observation platform, is expected to enter the Earth’s atmosphere at some point on Wednesday. The European Space Agency (ESA) said the risks associated with the two-tonne satellite are “very low”, however there is still a chance that fragments could hit populated areas.
New hosting gig announced days after North’s abrupt departure from Radio 1
The government borrowed £9.2bn less than official forecasts so far this financial year, giving chancellor Jeremy Hunt potential room for tax cuts in his budget next month.
Arrested at Guangzhou airport in 2019, Yang was found guilty of spying
Ex-Post Office chairman Henry Staunton unearthed a memo in which he recorded being told to ‘hobble’ into the election and not ‘rip off the bandaid’ with compensation payments
A teen has launched a protest over the state of his town's roads - by fishing in the potholes. Ben Thornbury, 19, struck upon the idea after seeing a post on Facebook. So he ordered a rod and a chair and went 'fishing' around Malmesbury, Wilts. College student Ben hopes his local council takes the bait and start repair works. He is also calling on local MP James Gray to help out - and has even taken to fishing in a mask bearing his face.
Protesting Indian farmers have resumed their march to Delhi after talks with the government failed.
A French warship in the Red Sea intercepted a pair of drones fired by Houthi rebels near Yemen overnight from February 19-20, the military said.“On the night of February 19 to 20, French multi-mission frigates (FREMM) detected multiple drone attacks coming from Yemen in their respective patrol areas in the Gulf of Aden and in the southern Red Sea. Two drones were engaged and destroyed,” Etat-major des Armees (the Chief of the Defence Staff) said.Footage provided to Storyful by the military is described as showing the moments both drones were destroyed over the southern Red Sea.France has been operating in the Red Sea since the Houthis, officially Ansar Allah, began targeting civilian and military ships transiting the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait between the Arab Peninsula and Eritrea in November. France joined the Greek-led European Union EUNAVFOR ASPIDES operation on February 19.The Houthis have vowed to continue attacks on ships in the Red Sea until Israel’s blockade on Gaza is lifted. Credit: Etat-major des Armees via Storyful
SQM Lithium Ventures has invested $9.4 million in British electric vehicle battery recycler Altilium to help the company scale up its operations, the two firms said on Wednesday. The corporate venture arm of Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile's (SQM) lithium business provided most of the $12 million Series A funding round for Altilium, following a $2.6 million investment by SQM, the world's second-largest lithium producer, in the startup last year. "The investment in Altilium allows SQM to get ahead of the global recycling curve," David Rousselle, SQM's engineering manager and a member of Altilium's board, said in a statement.
Lawyers for the American government are to tell a London court on Wednesday why they think Julian Assange should face espionage charges in the United States, in response to a last-ditch bid by his defense to stop the extradition of the WikiLeaks founder. American prosecutors say Assange helped U.S. Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning steal diplomatic cables and military files that WikiLeaks later published, putting lives at risk. Lawyers for the U.S. have argued in written submissions that said Assange was being prosecuted “because he is alleged to have committed serious criminal offences.”
The festival will see up to 8,000 ravers a day descend on Barking Park
Follow live updates from day one of F1 testing in Bahrain as we see the 2024 crop of cars out on track
Commuters have been hit with delays until midday at London Waterloo with three platforms out of use. Trains are unable to run on some lines to and from the station due to a track circuit failure, National Rail has said. Motorists heading to London from Kent were on Wednesday morning suffering long queues on the M20 following a crash.
SNP leader Stephen Flynn has accused Israel of war crimes through ‘collective punishment’ of Palestinians
Gunners aiming to reach quarter-finals for the first time in well over a decade
The west London airport reported underlying pre-tax profits of £38 million in 2023, against losses of £684 million the previous year.
Taiwanese fishermen in sensitive waters around frontline islands near the Chinese coast say they are worried about rising tensions, after two Chinese nationals died during a chase with Taiwan's coast guard. The two died when Taiwan's coast guard tried to expel their boat, which then overturned, after it had gotten too close to an islet that is part of the Kinmen islands, governed from Taipei since the end of the Chinese civil war in 1949. A furious China, which claims Taiwan as its own territory, responded by launching its own coast guard patrols, and on Monday boarded a Taiwanese tourist boat operating off Kinmen.