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Ukraine crisis: Moscow accepts UK talks invite amid fears Russian invasion is 'imminent'
Russia's defence minister has accepted an invitation to meet his UK counterpart Ben Wallace amid fears that an invasion of Ukraine is "imminent".
Thailand attack: British tourist hacked to death and friend seriously hurt
A British tourist was killed and his friend badly injured in an alleged sickle attack by a man in Thailand.
Jaysley-Louise Beck: Family pays tribute to teenage soldier found dead on military base
Grieving relatives have paid tribute to a teenage soldier who died suddenly – describing her as "the light of our life".
COVID-19: South African doctors fear new coronavirus variants could evolve in untreated HIV population
As the Omicron variant continues to sweep the world, registering a record number of infections in Japan, Russia and Romania amongst others, the country where the strain was first documented is now preparing to bid it goodbye.
Coronavirus: Inside a long COVID clinic as patient who was 'fit and healthy' can now 'barely do anything'
"Look at me - I'm shaking," Laura Swarbrick says as she waits for her appointment.
'An apology means nothing now': Woman was raped as a child after going to police station to report sex attack
A woman has revealed her battle for justice following being repeatedly raped as a 12-year-old after being picked up by two men from a police station where she had gone to report a sex attack.
COVID-19: Royal College of GPs urges delay to compulsory coronavirus vaccines for NHS staff
Forcing health staff to have a coronavirus vaccine should be delayed to prevent workforce shortages, the Royal College of GPs has said.
Girlfriend of British scientist killed by stray bullet describes his final moments: 'I held him while we waited for the ambulance'
The girlfriend of a British scientist killed by a stray bullet has broken her silence following his death.
Downing Street Parties: Moves to 'intimidate' Tory rebels illegal, says sleaze watchdog chief
Attempts to pressure Tory MPs trying to topple Boris Johnson are illegal, the head of a Westminster sleaze watchdog has argued.
Afghanistan: Musician says 'people are afraid to perform' after Taliban takeover
Classical musician Homayoun Sakhi was born in Kabul and plays the Rubab, the national instrument from Afghanistan.