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Liz Truss has said the world "needs a Republican back in the White House", adding that "we've seen Joe Biden asleep at the wheel".
'I decided not to eat or drink anymore': Author who chronicled living with dementia announces own death
A best-selling author who detailed her experience with dementia has announced her own death in a posthumous blog post.
A waste transport company has been ordered to pay £68,500 after hundreds of litres of a liquid containing diluted cyanide leaked from a lorry.
The defence secretary has said the government will take a "very close look" after Sky News found UK exports are almost certainly helping Russia's war effort in Ukraine.
Inside a Russian tourist trip to North Korea: Accordions, snowmobiles and an 'old' plane which 'smelled of mothballs'
Not many people can say they've been to North Korea, but this month's private Russian tour offered a glimpse into a secretive country largely shut off from the rest of the world.
Five people have been killed in China after a barge hit a bridge, which led to part of the structure breaking off, and vehicles plunging into the water below.
The Speaker changing the "usual ways in which parliament works" was "very concerning", according to the prime minister - who did not say whether he accepted Sir Lindsay Hoyle's apology.
'They will do something with my son's body': Navalny's mother accuses Russia of threats over private burial
Alexei Navalny's mother has said she has seen the body of her son - and that officials are trying to force her to hold a private burial ceremony without mourners.
The Sout Association and one of its employees have been referred to police by a coroner for investigation for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice following an inquest into the death of a 16-year-old boy.
A jury has been told to find a man, who is accused of murdering a woman, guilty of indecently assaulting her several months before she died.