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Monday’s transport stoppages include workers at airports, railways, buses and metro linesGerman commuters face serious disruption on Monday as transport staff across the country staged a strike to … more
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EASYJET has introduced its twilight bag drop service for travellers at Edinburgh Airport. more
The Indian Embassy in Kathmandu has claimed that absconding pro-Khalistan radical Sikh preacher Amritpal Singh is currently hiding in Nepal and requested the Himalayan nation's government agencies to … more
Billionaire is thought to have remained outside country after state crackdown on tech sectorThe Alibaba founder, Jack Ma, has visited a school in mainland China after months during which he made no … more
If you know anything about social media, then you’ll know that TikTok is one of the most popular apps in the world. According to Statista, TikTok has nearly 9 million monthly users in the UK, many … more
Duke of Sussex in London for hearing in his claim against Associated Newspapers over alleged unlawful information gatheringThe Duke of Sussex has arrived at the high court in London for a hearing in … more
Calm descends on markets after a turbulent week, as First Citizens Bank agrees to buy much of Silicon Valley Bank and SNB’s Ammar Alkhudairy resignsIMF chief warns global financial stability at … more
Within minutes of Nicola Sturgeon announcing her resignation 40 days ago, a shell-shocked SNP started thinking about the future, with just about every Holyrood backbencher with a pulse being tipped … more
Dog bite cases are on the rise in the Union Territory of Ladakh, authorities fail to spell out measures to save the general public from the stray dogs more
A five-day-old southern white rhino calf has died from internal injuries sustained after birth at the Werribee Open Range Zoo in Australia's Victoria state, authorities announced on Monday. more
Officers were alerted to a fire at a flat in Tontine Park, Renton, at around 7.25am on Saturday. more
Located off the coast of Caithness, Stromar is the renewable energy company Ørsted's most ambitious floating offshore wind project yet– and will not only help the country meet net zero targets, … more
Despite the potential sell pressures after Ethereum’s upcoming hard fork, it’s more likely that ETH stakers will hold for the longer term, writes Bill Xing of Bybit. more
Welfare reforms have left many disabled people effectively destitute. For them, this isn’t a cost-of-living crisis – it’s a cost-of-staying-alive crisisIn his Buckinghamshire front room, Mike … more
Paintings and sculptures are easier to transport and hide than yachts and private jets. Don’t let them slip through the netRené Magritte, one of Belgium’s most famous artists, was a leading … more
From Lily Allen’s withering takedown of self-obsessed fame to a ravaged painting in an attic, our critics pick culture about taking self-love too farBen Stiller’s satire on the fashion industry, … more
Gordon Moore who gave us Moore’s Law has died, Nvidia announces a way to speed up chip manufacturing by a factor of 40 times and Microsoft flexes its muscle to protect the new popularity of … more
The scheme will help to recycle billions of bottles and cans every year, and will be the first of its kind in the UK more
Chiang Mai listed as worst in the world for air quality as pollution worsens during cooler months​​Every December, Dr Nitipatana Chierakul, a specialist in respiratory medicine, notices the same … more
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