Moment Justin Trudeau accuses India of being involved in killing of Sikh leader in Canada

  (The Independent) : This is the moment Justin Trudeau accuses the Indian government of assassinating aSikh leader on Canadian soil. ..

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GOP-led House committees subpoena Hunter Biden and James Biden

House Republicans subpoenaed the personal and business banking records of President Biden's son and brother.

Sofyan Amrabat might have solved Manchester United's Mason Mount conundrum

Man United could be about to see the best of Mason Mount when they take on Crystal Palace.

China Evergrande's troubles mount as chairman is suspected of 'illegal crimes'

The company did not elaborate on what were the crimes, or what measures were taken against chairman Hui Ka Yan.

As China censors homegrown feminism, a feminist scholar from Japan is on its bestseller lists

A 75-year-old Japanese feminist scholar who’s not married and does not have children is not the kind of person you'd expect to get famous in China

The Gamble: Can Genetically Modified Mosquitoes End Disease?

Working on a remote island, scientists think they can use genetic engineering to block a malaria-carrying species of mosquito from spreading the disease — and do it in just a few months. But governments are wary.

Traveling with Milley: A reporter recalls how America's top soldier was most at home with his troops

Gen. Mark Milley, in June, made his last trip to Normandy to honor those who fought on D-Day, and to celebrate with the young American soldiers in the French town that welcomes them every year

Algeria expands English-language learning as France's influence ebbs

Algeria is among many countries in Africa to take steps to transition parts of its education system away from French and toward English

11 years for stealing a mobile phone: Inside the lives of prisoners serving sentences of 'public protection'

"I don't visit the prison anymore to see him because he's unrecognisable. His eyes are dark. He's exhausted - mentally, physically, emotionally."

Ex-Detroit police chief James Craig will join GOP primary for US Senate in Michigan, sources tell AP

Former Detroit Police Chief James Craig is planning to announce a Republican bid for U.S. Senate in Michigan next week, according to two people familiar with the matter

The fall of an enclave in Azerbaijan stuns the Armenian diaspora, shattering a dream

The swift fall of the ethnic Armenian enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh to Azerbaijani troops and exodus of much of its population has stunned the large Armenian diaspora around the world.

Saracen, armoured personnel carrier at Brockenhurst Carnival, 2023

Brockenhurst firefighters were followed by two marching groups from Southampton – the Royale Rangerettes and the Cherub Twirlers.

Ex-St. Louis area police officer accused of sexually abusing handcuffed men

A former St. Louis, Missouri, area police officer was accused this week in a federal indictment of groping eight men he’d handcuffed and sexually abusing one of them, prosecutors said Thursday.

Nearly 40 lbs. of fentanyl found blocks away from NYC day care where infant died

Just blocks away where a 1-year-old died from an alleged fentanyl overdoes, New York City authorities discovered over 40 pounds of fentanyl.

Unleashing a New Weapon on the Mosquito: A Mosquito

Scientists have found a way to inject a bacteria into mosquitoes that neutralizes deadly viruses they carry.

Ryder Cup 2023 format explained: What is foursomes and fourball golf?

Europe and America’s best golfers go head-to-head once again as the Ryder Cup action begins in Rome.

UK weather: Exact date Brits set to sizzle in 25C heat - but under one condition

Brits maybe set for sizzling 25C temperatures in a matter of days but it is down to one condition, says the Met Office while the outlook for mid-October is also for "very warm" weather

In Tesla trial over Autopilot fatality, lawyer cites 'experimental vehicles'

The trial stems from a civil lawsuit alleging the Autopilot system caused the vehicle to veer off a highway, strike a palm tree and burst into flames.

Slovakia election pits a pro-Russia former prime minister against a liberal pro-West newcomer

Slovakia holds an early parliamentary election on Saturday that pits populist former Prime Minister Robert Fico who campaigned on a clear pro-Russia and anti-American message against a liberal pro-West newcomer

Private Conversations With Google Bard Appear On Google Search, How To Stop It?

Until Google fixes the issue, there is something you can do to try and stop Google Search from exposing your conversation with Bard online.

Meta is the exception not the rule as it pulls out of its London office

Meta has paid £149m to sever its lease for its London office, but the tech giant’s financial woes are not a reflection of the capital’s market.

Ohio Football Coach Says He Was Forced Out After 'Nazi' Game Call

The coach said it "didn't even occur" to him that he and his team repeatedly using "Nazi" during a game could be taken as antisemitic.

Mosquitoes Are a Growing Public Health Threat, Reversing Years of Progress

Climate change and the rapid evolution of the insect have helped drive up malaria deaths and brought dengue and other mosquito-borne viruses to places that never had to worry about them.

Democratic rising stars rally around Biden's reelection. They're also eyeing 2028 bids of their own

A new generation of Democratic presidential prospects is taking steps to strengthen their national profiles as they fan out across the country to help President Joe Biden's reelection campaign

The fall of an enclave in Azerbaijan stuns the Armenian diaspora, extinguishing a dream

The Armenian diaspora has been stunned by the swift fall of the Armenian-majority enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh to Azerbaijani troops and the exodus of much of its population

Europe's drug death capital tries a new way of reducing fatalities

With by far the highest drug abuse death rate in Europe, Scotland is pursuing new ways of bringing fatalities down.

Brazil's President Lula set to undergo hip replacement surgery

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is scheduled to undergo hip replacement surgery Friday

London Victoria station set for major change to help ease overcrowding at rush hour with shops demolished

Victoria station recorded the second-highest number of entries and exits in the country between April 2021 and March 2022

Taylor Swift's attendance in New York to see Travis Kelce and the Chiefs vs. Jets has seen ticket prices spike 43% for Sunday night's game at the MetLife

Tickets to see New York Jets hosting Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night have risen by almost 50 per cent after it emerged that Taylor Swift is set to be there.

The BM-21 Is Obsolete and Prone to Breakdown, but Ukraine Wants More

The BM-21 rocket launcher—like at least two-thirds of Ukraine’s arsenal—is from the Soviet era. WSJ explains how it works and why Ukraine is trying to get more, despite it being outdated and imprecise.

An Invasive Mosquito Threatens Catastrophe in Africa

A malaria-carrying species that thrives in urban areas and resists all insecticides is causing outbreaks in places that have rarely faced the disease.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has five new undroppables ahead of Tottenham test

COMMENT: A confident in-form Liverpool take on Tottenham this weekend - and the bulk of their starting XI is already predictable.

Kaitlyn Bristowe suffers panic attack and skips out on People's Choice Country Awards in Nashville attended by her ex-fiance Jason Tartick... two months after shock split

While Bristowe was a no-show at the event her ex-Tartick was also among the list of invitees who did in fact hit the red carpet

$2.4B Powerball winner Edwin Castro spotted with mystery woman, new haircut at LAX

Record winning Powerball player Edwin Castro was spotted at Los Angeles International Airport Thursday with a new mystery woman by his side.

Rangers and Devils have first matchup in battle for season superiority

It had been 151 days since the Rangers last saw the Devils when their rival asserted themselves in the playoffs for the first time since 2012.