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A TERMINAL at Glasgow Airport was evacuated following reports of an unattended bag. more
Algeria is celebrating 60 years of independence from France with nationwide ceremonies, a pardon of 14,000 prisoners and its first military parade in years. more
A Congolese government spokesman says President Felix Tshisekedi will meet with his Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame in Angola amid rising tensions between the two neighboring countries. more
Overcrowding in a Scottish prison became "particularly troubling" during the coronavirus pandemic, an inspection revealed. more
The world half-marathon championships have been canceled because China isn’t able to host the races due to the coronavirus pandemic. more
Rescuers using drones are resuming the search for an estimated 13 people unaccounted-for following an avalanche in northern Italy that killed at least seven people and is being blamed in large … more
Maryna Viazovska’s work on packing spheres and James Maynard’s solving of prime number conundrum honoured in Helsinki A Ukrainian mathematician who proved the best way to pack spheres in … more
Scandinavian Airlines has filed for bankruptcy in the United States, warning the walkout by 1,000 pilots a day earlier had put the future of the carrier at risk. more
Prosecutors say that two suspects in the slaying a year ago of Dutch crime reporter Peter R. more
THE chances to have a mainstream public discussion about sentencing for criminal offences are relatively few and far between. more
The war in Ukraine has abruptly drawn millions of dollars away from longer-running humanitarian crises. more
Ukrainian mathematician Maryna Viazovska has been named one of four recipients of the prestigious Fields Medal, which is often described a the Nobel Prize in mathematics. more
The American performers were due to play at the Glasgow Green on Tuesday evening.  more
At least six people have died and 30 have been injured after a gunman opened fire on a July 4 parade in suburban Chicago. more
With the cheers of thousands of spectators and the tunes of drums and zurna flutes ringing in his ears, Cengizhan Simsek, from the Mediterranean province of Antalya, was presented the golden belt … more
Sri Lanka’s prime minister says the country's talks with the International Monetary Fund are proving complex and difficult since it is now a bankrupt nation. more
A lot has changed since 2014 – not least because the year of the independence referendum was before the majority of us woke up to climate change. more
Boris Johnson was briefed "in person" about an allegation of Chris Pincher's inappropriate conduct when the MP was a Foreign Office minister in 2019, it has been claimed. more
Our cartoonist Steven Camley’s take on police recruitment July 5 2022 more
THE British Army is investigating after its Twitter and YouTube accounts were reportedly hacked after videos on cryptocurrency and images of billionaire businessman Elon Musk appeared on the YouTube … more
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