This is the moment a pair of bikers accelerate to 186mph without helmets, causing their faces to stretch and flap in the wind in Russia on November 16.
Lawrence Steven Meyers, the veteran sales agent and producer who set up Meyers Media Group, has died in London. He was 67. Meyers was a recognizable figure in the film world on both sides of the pond. He was born in Mount Vernon, New York in 1956 and spent his early years growing up in …
The downturn in euro zone business activity eased last month but still indicates the bloc's economy will contract again this quarter as the dominant services industry continues to struggle to generate demand, a survey showed. HCOB's composite PMI, compiled by S&P Global and seen as a good guide of overall economic health, rose to 47.6 from October's near three-year low of 46.5 and coming in above a 47.1 preliminary estimate. A PMI for the services sector rose to 48.7 from October's 47.8.
A businessman’s illegal £500,000 home is facing demolition after neighbours saw it light up “like an alien invasion from Mars” at night.
British grocery inflation came in at 9.1% in the four weeks to 26 November, down from 9.7% a month earlier.
France's National Assembly unanimously approved a bill to ban single-use, disposable electronic cigarettes, in an attempt to protect young people drawn to their flavors and mitigate the environmental impacts of the disposable products known as “puffs.” Lawmakers adopted the bill in a late-night vote on Monday by 104 in favor, zero against. The bill, supported by the government, will then move to the Senate where it is expected to be adopted as well.
The newly-wedded woman was attacked while paddleboarding in New Providence Island
Killers of the Flower Moon tells the true story of the Osage murders and will be available to watch at home very soon.
Cleverly insists Rwanda wanda is ‘safe country’ – but legal experts and charities say attempt to get flights started is destined to fail
Russian President Vladimir Putin will pay a working visit to the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, a Kremlin spokesman said, and hold talks in Russia the next day with the president of Iran. Spokesman Dmitry Peskov, asked if Putin would discuss possible coordinated actions on global oil markets during his Gulf trip, said such talks were held within the OPEC+ group but the issue was always on the agenda. The visit comes after OPEC+ agreed last Thursday to voluntary supply cuts totalling about 2.2 million barrels a day, a move met with scepticism by the oil market.
Japanese and U.S. ships and dive teams had searched for the aircraft since it crashed Wednesday on a routine training mission.
COMMENT: The ‘Grand Theft Auto’ franchise has always been dogged by moral panic. No, this forthcoming sequel won’t turn children into killers, writes Louis Chilton – but let’s not pretend the game isn’t without its problems
The FTSE 100 index is down 33.10 points at 7479.8, with Barclays among the biggest fallers after one of its largest shareholders sold some of its stake. The £510 million disposal by Qatar Holdings at a reported price of 141p contributed to the banking giant’s shares falling 3% or 4.9p to 138.1p. It said end markets in North America remain robust with healthy demand, having downgraded full-year guidance last month due to reduced emergency response work and the impact of the US actors’ strike.
A Home Office minister promised a “very significant reduction in net migration” within months on Tuesday amid speculation that the Tories may go for a spring General Election.Robert Jenrick made the pledge as Home Secretary James Cleverly was flying to Rwanda to sign a new treaty to try to deport asylum seekers there who arrive in the UK by “small boats”.
The junta in Niger has scrapped two key security agreements with the European Union that were intended to help fight violence in the Sahel region, as the country's army leaders discuss military cooperation with Russian officials. The government has withdrawn its permission for the EU Military Partnership Mission in Niger that was launched in February, the foreign ministry said on Monday.It has also revoked approval for the EU Civilian Capacity-Building Mission, which was established in 2012 to h
A Florida family sought help when their nine-year-old daughter, Maya, started suffering from debilitating and mysterious symptoms in 2015. An ER visit set off a horror chain of events including Munchausen by proxy claims, loss of custody and her mother’s suicide, which were captured in a hit documentaryTake Care of Maya, Sheila Flynn writes
Mauritania's former president, Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, has been sentenced to five years in prison for money laundering and "illicit enrichment". Abdel Aziz led the West African country for a decade after coming to power in a 2008 coup and was an ally of Western powers fighting Islamist militants in the Sahel region. The court found Abdel Aziz guilty of two of 10 charges late on Monday, following an inquiry into allegations of embezzlement of public property and corruption.
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Video footage of people arrested on suspicion of drink and drug driving has been released by Northamptonshire Police as it launches its annual winter campaign. Source: Northamptonshire Police