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Airdrops illustrate just how much of a disaster Gaza is

Airdrops are a last resort. They are inefficient, inaccurate, expensive and dangerous.

NATO's frontline: Why the Baltic states are urging their allies to 'wake up'

The Baltic states have an urgent message for the UK and other NATO allies about the threat posed by Russia: "Wake up! It won't stop in Ukraine."

Lone killer whale hunts down and eats great white shark in 'astonishing' attack

A lone killer whale has been captured killing a great white shark in an "unprecedented" attack.

Navalny's mother lays flowers at his grave a day after Moscow funeral

Alexei Navalny's mother and mother-in-law have laid flowers at his grave in Moscow the day after thousands of people attended his funeral in a public show of defiance.

'Voting is meaningless' in Iran's 'sham' election, regime's opponents say - as polls close

Polls have closed in Iran in an election that opponents of supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's regime have dismissed as a "sham" in which voting "is meaningless".

Russian tennis star disqualified for screaming at line judge

Russian tennis star Andrey Rublev has been disqualified after screaming in the face of a line judge in Dubai.

Victoria Beckham's Paris fashion show disrupted by animal rights protesters

Animal rights activists have disrupted Victoria Beckham's catwalk show at Paris Fashion Week.

FIFA president rules out use of blue cards and temporary concussion subs

FIFA President Gianni Infantino has ruled out blue cards being shown to players sent into sin bins.

'We should be screaming fire': Photographer on urgency of climate crisis

Photographer Edward Burtynsky says people should be "screaming 10 alarm fire right now," due to the urgency of the climate crisis. Instead, he says "it still feels like we're rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic".

COVID-19 'pandemic babies' born with 'fascinating' protection against common condition

Lockdowns imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic saw changes in newborn babies that may have protected them against allergies, according to a study.

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Red Bull boss seen with wife Geri after alleged messages leak

Red Bull boss Christian Horner has been pictured with his wife Geri ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix as he faces more questions over its investigation into alleged inappropriate behaviour.

Iris Apfel, fashion icon and businesswoman, dies aged 102

American fashion icon and businesswoman Iris Apfel has died at her home in Palm Beach, Florida, aged 102.

Rust director describes moment he was shot by Alec Baldwin – and reveals what armourer said to him

A film director has described the moment he was shot by actor Alec Baldwin on the set of Rust - and revealed what the movie's armourer said to him immediately afterwards.

Victoria Beckham's Paris fashion show disrupted by animal rights protesters

Animal rights activists have disrupted Victoria Beckham's catwalk show at Paris Fashion Week.

'Grief can destroy you - but it can be a powerful force for good': Alex George on ending antidepressant shame

"I think in many ways it probably saved my life," says Alex George, of the antidepressant medication he started taking following his younger brother's suicide in 2020. "I think it's important for people to understand that sometimes, you've got to do what you've got to do to get through."

'We should be screaming fire': Photographer on urgency of climate crisis

Photographer Edward Burtynsky says people should be "screaming 10 alarm fire right now," due to the urgency of the climate crisis. Instead, he says "it still feels like we're rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic".

'It’s been a real wild journey': Raye on cutting ties, confronting past trauma, and doing things her way

In 2021, Raye parted ways with her label after claiming on social media that she had been held back from releasing an album. Now, she is a record-breaking Brits nominee with a number one single and MOBO and Ivor Novello awards under her belt. Here is our interview with the star from January 2023, in which she spoke candidly about the fight to make music on her own terms.

Rust assistant director 'missed final safety check' - as court shown footage of Alec Baldwin firing gun

The assistant director of Rust has told a court he missed a final safety check on the gun that killed the film's cinematographer - as footage of Alec Baldwin firing blanks before the fatal shooting was shown.

West End show 'carefully considering' black-only nights after criticism from PM

The producers of a West End show are "carefully considering" plans to hold evenings aimed at black-only audiences following criticism from Downing Street.

'Last photo' of Hairy Bikers together weeks before Dave Myers' death

A picture of TV chefs the Hairy Bikers sat on a sofa together is believed to be one of the last of the duo before Dave Myers' death.