John Bishop has a lot to get used to when it comes to 'Doctor Who' and keeping secrets.
A crackdown by Pakistani security forces on protesting supporters of a banned Islamist party left at least three people dead and 20 others injured Sunday, a police official and a party spokesman said. Lahore police spokesman Rana Arif said supporters of the hard-line Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan party attacked police with a petrol bomb and took custody of five police officers, including Deputy Superintendent Umar Farooq Baluch.
Five English clubs have signed up to a breakaway European Super League, The Times newspaper reported on Sunday. The paper said Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur have agreed to join the new league. The only member of the "big six" not to have signed up is Manchester City, the paper said, citing sources with knowledge of the development.
F1 has raced just once in Florida before.
Mendip District gave permission to open up the land to family campers for 56 days this summer last month.
Police in Pakistan said a hardline Islamist group had taken six security personnel hostage at its headquarters in Lahore on Sunday after a week of violent clashes following the arrest of the group's leader. The Tehrik-i-Labaik Pakistan (TLP) group had given the government an April 20 deadline to expel the French ambassador over the publication of cartoons in France depicting the Prophet Mohammad. The authorities responded by arresting its leader, prompting supporters to hold protests and sit-ins across Pakistan.
The Miami Grand Prix will join the Formula One calendar from the 2022 season, organisers said on Sunday, in a 10-year deal that adds a second American race to the championship after the United States GP in Austin.
Environment minister George Eustice has said that whilst "nobody welcomes this sort of controversy", the "reality" of the David Cameron lobbying scandal is that "nobody gave any special favours" to the former UK Prime Minister. .
Labour MP Rachel Reeves has slammed former Prime Minister David Cameron for working in his "own private interest" during the height of the coronavirus pandemic after it was claimed Mr Cameron contacted government officials to get financial services company, Greensill Capital, access to a government-backed loan scheme. "Tory sleaze is back and it's bigger than ever", said the Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
Louisa Clein and Joe-Warren Plant opted to focus on what was not shown during their hard-hitting 'Emmerdale' storyline.
A new proposal by Republican lawmakers to overhaul a critical law that protects online platforms already looks dead in the water, according to one legal expert, though another prominent legal scholar believes it could fuel bipartisan reform for tech regulation.
Germany will not let down its Afghan staff as the international military mission in the country winds down after nearly two decades of war, Defence Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer pledged on Sunday. "I feel it is Germany's sincere duty to not leave these people without protection now that we will permanently withdraw," the defence ministry in Berlin said on Twitter, quoting extracts from an interview with German news agency DPA. U.S. President Joe Biden and NATO on Wednesday announced that they would withdraw the roughly 10,000 foreign troops still in Afghanistan by Sept. 11.
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It's not just dogs who love going for car rides, apparently raccoons enjoy it as well! Too funny!
Ricco has a couple of favourite toys, and this is just one of them. Whenever his owner asks where the doggy is, he will say "roof roof" and "come here, baby". His owner was really surprised he took to this toy so quickly, it was love at first sight!
Watch and enjoy as this baby boy plays with mommy and tries to grab the toy ball. Cuteness overload!
Olly was never very good with personal space. Watch as he sits down right on top of his best friend during a car ride. Too funny!
Syria will hold a presidential election on May 26 likely to keep in power President Bashar al-Assad, in a country devastated by a decade of war.
A modified version of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine tailored to combat a coronavirus variant first documented in South Africa could be ready by the end of 2021, an AstraZeneca official in Austria said in an interview published on Sunday. Sarah Walters, AstraZeneca's Austria country manager, told the Kurier newspaper that studies, so far, indicating the existing AstraZeneca vaccine was less effective against the more infectious variant first documented in South Africa were "too small to draw final conclusions".
The band will play to a crowd of 5,000 in Liverpool on 2 May in a trial event at Sefton Park — gaining admission with a negative coronavirus test.