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With a bullet lodged in his spine, Hisham Awartani phoned his British-born grandmother after Saturday's shooting.
Looking for sizzling drama and untold intrigue? Our royal correspondent says you might be disappointed.
No 10 cancelled a meeting between the UK and Greek PMs after comments to the BBC about the sculptures.
Kyrylo Budanov's wife, Marianna, is being treated in hospital, a Ukrainian intelligence source says.
The UAE, hosts of the COP28 climate summit, are breaking their own ban on gas flaring, the BBC finds.
Police say preliminary investigations show the vehicle was unlocked with the key inside when it was taken.
The Girls Trip actress says "this will never happen again" after being arrested for driving under the influence.
Virgin Atlantic is flying the first big passenger plane using 100% alternative fuels from London to New York.
The interior minister wants to ban small extremist groups after a boy's stabbing triggered riots.
The move is part of a crackdown aimed at protecting children from becoming addicted to nicotine.
Leading mining company Impala Platinum describes the accident as the "darkest day" in its history.
The legislation allowed police to take action against smugglers taking migrants to Europe.
Claims of tension within the Royal Family are explored in a book by Omid Scobie published on Tuesday.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who wants the Parthenon Sculptures returned, says he is "deeply disappointed".
The suspects are accused of inciting the murder and pointing out the teacher to the killer.