Body of missing US student Catherine Serou found in Russia
Man arrested after body of former US marine is discovered in woods near Nizhny NovgorodRussian investigators have detained a man on suspicion of murder after finding the body of a foreign woman identified by media as a missing American student.Russian news agencies identified the woman as 34-year-old US citizen Catherine Serou. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Slain Dallas girl, 7, stabbed over 30 times; mother arrested
According to a court document, a 7-year-old Dallas girl whose mother was recently arrested in her death was stabbed over 30 timesThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Driver hits 2 at start of Pride parade in South Florida
A driver has slammed into spectators at the start of a Pride parade in South Florida, injuring at least two peopleThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Uganda Olympic team member tests positive for coronavirus
A member of Uganda’s Olympic team has tested positive for the coronavirus and was barred entry into Japan, in the first detected infection among arriving athletes for the Tokyo Games opening in five weeksThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Laura Whitmore risks ire of Love Island bosses by 'partying days before filming'
The Love Island host was relaxing with friends at the 'socially distanced' Estate Festival in Bedfordshire on Saturday – a week before the show returns after two yearsMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
ISIS and al-Qaeda gaining strength in West Africa, intelligence agencies warn
TERRORIST groups such as ISIS and al-Qaeda are gaining strength in West Africa, intelligence agencies have warned.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
British judges could no longer be 'bound' by ECHR decisions
The European Convention on Human Rights is currently enshrined in British law by the Human Rights Act but has become increasingly unpopular with many Conservatives.Home | Daily Mail Online
Wasteful companies could have to come clean on how much food they throw away
The Government is set to launch a consultation on new rules that would make it compulsory for British firms above a certain size to publish how much food they waste.Home | Daily Mail Online
‘It was war’: party-goer loses hand amid clashes with French police at illegal rave
Authorities accuse party-goers of throwing Molotov cocktails, metal balls and bits of breeze blocks at officers, who fired teargas to break up partyFrench police clashed for hours with party-goers at a 1,500-strong illegal rave over the weekend, with one party-goer losing a hand and five officers injured.Local official Emmanuel Berthier said party-goers threw “Molotov cocktails, metal balls and bits of breeze blocks” at officers during “very violent clashes” in western France. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
The rotten core of the Big Apple: How iconic Washington Square Park has become no-go zone for locals
DailyMail.com spoke to park visitors after a woman was trampled by terrified crowds trying to flee a man armed with a large knife and a taser during a late-night rave at the Manhattan landmark.Home | Daily Mail Online
ALEXANDRA SHULMAN: Text gaffes? I can teach the Prime Minister a thing or two
ALEXANDRA SHULMAN: The PM's text comments about Hancock's pandemic performance may have been dragged out causing No10 chaos but who hasn't run into problems with digital comms?Home | Daily Mail Online
Jeni and Ray Bonell of Australia's largest family share what dinner looks like in their household
A supermum-of-16 from Queensland has offered a glimpse into what it's like to make dinner when you are a part of 'Australia's largest family'. Jeni Bonell has 16 children, aged between six and 31.Home | Daily Mail Online
MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Always remember your base, Boris
It is all very well to continue taking seats from Labour in the North. But there is no point in doing so if the Tories start losing in the South. Always remember your base, Boris.Home | Daily Mail Online
MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: How can this absurd travel ban possibly be justified?
The continued blockage of most foreign holidays continues to blight many UK businesses and to make life in general less pleasant than it should be.Home | Daily Mail Online
Czech criminal who attacked his girlfriend is finally kicked out of Britain
Michal Dolana (pictured) was sentenced to 21 months in jail last September for attacking his girlfriend, but volunteered to leave Britain in October.Home | Daily Mail Online
UK firms offering workers cut price fertility treatment
The UK firms are offering staff access to IVF, sperm freezing and treatment with donor eggs. The workplace benefits also include support for same-sex couples.Home | Daily Mail Online
Boris Johnson's food waste tsar BEN ELLIOT reveals why his family has 'leftover Mondays'
BEN ELLIOT: Take only what you want to eat. Waste not, want not. Your eyes are bigger than your stomach… These expressions formed the background to every mealtime.Home | Daily Mail Online
Pizza Express and Wagamama lead the way in the doggy bag revolution
Pizza Express, Wagamama, Frankie & Benny's, Franco Manca, Chiquito, Tavolino and the D&D London group of restaurants have all pledged to do more to promote doggy bags.Home | Daily Mail Online
Anger as Damien Hirst gets £15million in Covid-19 loans and furloughed staff on the taxpayer
Newly filed accounts for his main art trading firm reveal his group of UK companies took out a three-year £15 million 'coronavirus large business interruption loan' in October.Home | Daily Mail Online
Now Gavin Williamson is accused of putting pressure on Boris Johnson to back Covid jabs for pupils
A Whitehall source said the Department of Health was 'under huge pressure from the Department for Education' because 'the teaching unions and school leaders want an easy way out.Home | Daily Mail Online
SARAH VINE reacts to St Paul's Girls' School no longer using the term 'head girl'
SARAH VINE: St Paul's, an establishment in Hammersmith, which parents battle tooth and nail to get their daughters into - and then happily fork out £26,000 a year in fees to keep them there.Home | Daily Mail Online
Game Pass will win for Xbox because people care more about quantity than quality – Reader’s Feature
A reader agrees that Microsoft won E3 2021 but that the games it showed are irrelevant compared to the value offered by Xbox Game Pass.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Weekend Hot Topic, part 2: The best and worst of E3 2021
Readers discuss the most interesting revelations from this year’s E3, and the biggest disappointments.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Stranger Of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin demo is a complete embarrassment – Reader’s Feature
A reader is not impressed by the demo of Square Enix’s Dark Souls-inspired Final Fantasy Origin game and advises a major rethink.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
ANNA MIKHAILOVA: Boris Johnson's mobile phone seized after MI5 raised fears over 'security risk'
ANNA MIKHAILOVA: Boris Johnson may have confided that he thought Matt Hancock was 'totally f****** hopeless' but that also sums up MI5's view of the PM's mobile phone habits in Westminster.Home | Daily Mail Online
One Foot In The Grave actor Richard Wilson, 84, reveals his regret at not finding a lifetime partner
The acting veteran, who was born in Scotland, told BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs: 'Every now and again, I feel I should have made a bit more effort to have a partner, but that never really worked.'Home | Daily Mail Online
Sit up! It really will make you happier, new research shows
Researchers from the Friedrich-Alexander University in Germany studied 82 students in their 20s also found that high confidence is linked to good posture.Home | Daily Mail Online
New rules for pet monkey owners forcing them to build zoo-quality cages 'could see many euthanised'
Their concerns come as a senior UK Government source admitted officials have yet to work out how to deal with primates confiscated under legislation.Home | Daily Mail Online
Family of five keep a diary of their food waste - with the result laid bare in this picture
Clare Axworthy, 42, kept track of her family's typical food waste for two weeks at their home near Plymouth and she was shocked by the results.Home | Daily Mail Online
Lottie Moss says she gets 'drunk and high' before stripping for OnlyFans photos
The model joined OnlyFans earlier this year – with the website being notorious for sharing highly explicit content. Lottie says she gets her mates to snap her naked while they pose around luxury locations.Mirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Couples allowed to marry outdoors from July as old-fashioned laws scrapped
Currently weddings have to take place at a licensed venue which is in a permanent structure but new legislation is being rushed through due to Covid and it will also help people on a tight budgetMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Muslim backlash leaves Keir Starmer facing new Red Wall humiliation
He faces a bitter backlash from Muslim communities in Labour-held Batley and Spen, with even his wife Victoria's Jewish heritage apparently being cited as one reason not to vote Labour.Home | Daily Mail Online
Treasury ‘plan to suspend pensions triple lock’ puts Johnson and Sunak on collision course
Officials said to be concerned at PM’s fondness for announcing new plans costing billions of poundsThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Macron exploiting UK Covid restrictions to lure top bankers to Paris in Brexit revenge
EMMANUEL MACRON has invited a group of top city bankers to Paris to increase investment in the country.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Paul Walker's stuns on red carpet at latest Fast and Furious film premiere
Meadow Walker attended the star studded premier for the latest, ninth, Fast and Furious film where she honoured her late father by attending the exclusive screeningMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
DAVID SKELTON watches the Euros clash on an inner-city estate festooned with St George's flags
The residents of Kirby Estate in Bermondsey, South-East London, are not the only community demonstrating their national pride so forcefully but their display takes some beating.Home | Daily Mail Online
Qatari authorities 'paid private detectives to spy on author after he attacked World Cup 2022 plans'
Ghanem Nuseibeh is threatening High Court proceedings amid claims his email and WhatsApp accounts were hacked, letters stolen and his office bugged after his bombshell Qatar report.Home | Daily Mail Online
Forget EU, the future is Asia! UK set to seal historic £9 TRILLION trade deal
BRITISH businesses are being urged to move their focus from the EU to "closer links with old Commonwealth friends and fast-growing Asia-Pacific markets".UK News | World News | Breaking News and...