Russian officials say the head of the Wagner mercenary group, Yevgeny Prigozhin, has been confirmed dead – after forensic tests on the ten bodies found after his private jet crashed on Wednesday. The timing of the crash – two months after Mr Prigozhin led a short lived mutiny, has pointed the finger towards President Putin’s…
Ukrainian troops say they’ve managed to break through the most difficult line of Russian defences in the south – which should help them advance more quickly in their mission to take back territory. Ukrainian officials have been under pressure to speed up the pace of their counter offensive – but defence minister Oleksiy Reznikov said…
Murders, rapes, kidnappings – human rights groups say M23 rebels have left a trail of war crimes behind them as they sweep through eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
A neighbour of the ten year old girl found dead at her home near Woking in Surrey has suggested she was no longer going to school and appeared withdrawn.
The former prime minister of Thailand has been jailed – after he returned to the country following fifteen years in exile.
Three people are dead and a pastor is still fighting for his life – after what Australian police are calling a suspected mushroom poisoning.
Dozens of people have been killed after their boat capsized off the island of Lampedusa, when it was hit by a huge wave in stormy conditions.
It has been revealed there has been a major data breach at the Police Service of Northern Ireland.
The first group of 15 asylum seekers have boarded the Bibby Stockholm barge in Dorset as part of government plans to save the costs of housing people in hotels.
This weekend marks six months since the devastating earthquake that hit parts of Central and Southern Turkey and Northern Syria killing over 59,000 people and leaving millions of people homeless.
It’s an island inferno. As flames continue to lick coastal tourist areas after ripping through the mountainous interior of Rhodes, the Greek authorities say they’re dealing with the country’s biggest fire evacuation ever. Nineteen thousand people have been rescued from villages and hotels – three thousand of those picked up in boats from the beaches…
One of the Government’s main messages in this recent election period has been a promise to reduce spending on hotel accommodation for newly arrived asylum seekers with the goal of placing 3000 of them in cheaper, alternative places by this autumn.
Rishi Sunak has apologised for what he called the “horrific” historic treatment of LGBT people serving in the military.
‘Bakhmut is only in our hearts. There is nothing, just ruins and dead Russians’ – the words of Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy who insisted at the G7 summit in Japan his forces still control a small part of the besieged town in the east of the country.
Turkey’s President Erdogan is headed for his – and his country’s – first presidential runoff vote.