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 The woman, in her 40s, was subjected to two attacks in the Creagorry area of the island more
On May 1, 1955, after more than five years of work, a 51ft granite statue honouring Joseph Stalin was unveiled on the Letna hill above Prague. more
State-owned ferry operator CalMac is expected to get a new contract for the beleaguered west coast ferry services by "default" while ministers have ruled out opening routes up to private operators. more
The Scottish Government’s legal challenge to Westminster vetoing Holyrood gender reforms has concluded more than a day early. more
Attorney general is being grilled by Trump-aligned lawmakers on House judiciary committeeUN summit - live updatesThe judiciary committee’s highest-ranking Democrat Jerry Nadler then got a turn to … more
PM says people to be given more time to switch gas boilers to heat pumps, and ban on sale of new petrol and diesel cars delayed Climate scientists have expressed dismay at reports that Rishi Sunak is … more
Polish protest against Zelenskiy’s comments at UN that grain export objections were helping MoscowWhat we know on day 574 of the invasionInterfax in Russia is reporting that a Su-34 bomber crashed … more
Updates from the first match in the series, at HeadingleyGet in touch: email Tom or tweet @tomdaviesE17Greetings from Headingley, where it’s a pretty bleak scene. Can’t help but wonder whether … more
Ukrainian president says war impossible to stop while Russia vetoes all efforts at peace; Guterres condemns world leaders’ inaction on climate crisisThe Iranian president, Ebrahim Raisi, addressed … more
Updates from the Pool A match kicking off at 4.45pm BSTGet in touch: email Will or tweet him with your thoughtsItaly are in their traditional blue, while Uruguay once again are sporting their yellow … more
As house prices continue to rise faster than wages, the Scottish ‘bank of mum and dad’ is making “significant financial sacrifices” to help young people get on the housing ladder. more
Cop28 offers an opportunity to rethink how we can develop investments that are profitable, liquid and easily accessibleAs we move from UN climate week to Cop28 in Dubai later this year, we must stop … more
Canada’s border control agency is the latest federal department to confirm it was hit by a recent wave of denial of service attacks. “The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) can confirm that … more
Finsbury has agreed has a £143.4 million takeover offer from asset management firm DBAY during an incredibly challenging period for food manufacturers more
Free Nazanin campaign says Iran’s ‘hostage diplomacy’ is becoming normalised and calls for more coherent responseA UN inquiry into human rights in Iran has been asked to intervene in the … more
John Swinney has been urged to deliver a Holyrood statement after a damning inquiry into the Edinburgh trams scandal questioned his “integrity” and accused him of meddling behind the scenes. more
India’s foreign ministry issues warning after rejecting Trudeau’s allegations government played role in murder of Sikh activistThe diplomatic row between India and Canada over the murder of a … more
Year after year, I struggle to give away an enormous crop of scarred, worm-eaten apples – while everyone else struggles to avoid themSometimes you smell them before you see them. These people carry … more
Angus Robertson has been urged to consider opening a Scottish Government international offices in Africa and South America.  more
ServiceNow has announced generative AI integrations and new features as part of the Vancouver release of its Now Platform. Today’s release comes less than six months after the Utah release (the … more
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