Asked about recent campaign speeches, Elizabeth Jones said, “”We discuss both easy and difficult issues. We have been discussing this for a long time and will continue to do so.”
Prince William and his wife Kate arrived in America for the first time in eight years on Wednesday, amid a new racism controversy.
The Taliban regularly carried out punishments in public during their first rule that ended in late 2001, including floggings and executions at the national stadium.
A top adviser to Ukraine’s president has cited military chiefs as saying 10,000 to 13,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the country’s nine-month struggle against Russia’s invasion, a rare comment on such figures and far below estimates of Ukrainian casualties from Western leaders.
Former ISI chief General Munir has replaced General Qamar Javed Bajwa, who retired on November 29 after serving two consecutive three-year terms as Pakistan’s Army chief in the coup-prone country, where the military wields considerable power in matters of security and foreign policy.
Rapper Kanye West posted a picture of a swastika merged with the Star of David as he doubled down on antisemitic comments. Musk had earlier reinstated West’s account in a bid to strengthen "free speech."
Former teacher Christopher Dawson was sentenced to 24 years in Australia for killing his wife Lynette Dawson in 1982 so that he could pursue an affair with his teenage student.
As a species, we are obsessed with counting. From steps and calories to social media followers and even blessings, the impulse appears to be hard-wired. But what about measuring the roads not taken?
"Taiwan has friends. And Taiwan does not stand alone," said the head of the UK delegation, Alicia Kearn, while visiting the island. China warned the UK to "stop interfering."
For the second time in a row, Germany have been knocked out of the World Cup at the group stage. The country’s sports media are in apocalyptic mood, and the blame game has begun.