Latest Press Thursday 17th September 2020
- Why fires Siberia, Russia
- Uganda break: Manhunt ‘naked’ Moroto prisoners
- Kanye posts photos
- Covid pushes New Zealand worst years
- In pictures: Seaside photos taken 800 miles
- Five things EU chief’s State Union
- Banksy loses greetings ‘flower bomber’ trademark
- Nintendo 3DS discontinued
- Facebook boosts cuts VR headset
- Australia ex-PM hacked Instagramming boarding
- Coronavirus: Football loses 37-0 distanced
- The daring Thailand’s monarchy
- Premier League clubs 1 October fans’
- US 2020: When US election?
- Forest fires devastate Brazil’s Pantanal wetlands
- Naomi Osaka: How introvert has tennis’
- The Australian travels 1,800km an outback pub
- Coronavirus: ‘I time, aged 41’
- Xinjiang: China defends ‘education’ camps
- Lionel Messi wins nine-year trademark surname
- Alexei Navalny’s aides ‘nerve agent’
- Environment activists: ‘I got threats’
- Men chat spires
- Bale Spurs Friday
- To code-switch code-switch?
- Barack Obama: Former announces memoir
- Coronavirus: CDC President Trump masks vaccines
- What is Trump’s environment?
- Yoshihide Suga: The Japan’s
- Coronavirus: New restrictions north-east England
- ‘For is childhood, memories’
- Heat ray ‘was sought’ Washington’s Lafayette Square
- China dogs Maldives’ ‘bridge prosperity’
- Floods Sally moves
- West Coast fires: How outran California wildfire
- Migrant 2015: What happened Nujeen Mustafa?
Why fires Siberia, Russia
Scientists say wildfires in Siberia, Russia, have been releasing record amounts of greenhouse gases, contributing to global warming.
Uganda break: Manhunt ‘naked’ Moroto prisoners
Seven fugitives are captured after more than 200 inmates escaped on Wednesday.
Kanye posts photos
The star says he won’t release new songs until he is released from his recording contract.
Covid pushes New Zealand worst years
The country saw earlier success in keeping away the virus, but rigid measures have taken a toll.
In pictures: Seaside photos taken 800 miles
Photographers in Scotland and Iceland paired up to capture their own particular local areas.
Five things EU chief’s State Union
The EU Commission head, Ursula von der Leyen, delivered her maiden address. Here’s exactly what we learned.
Banksy loses greetings ‘flower bomber’ trademark
The elusive artist was “inconsistent with truthful practices” in the case, EU authorities say.
Nintendo 3DS discontinued
With more than 75 million consoles sold, Nintendo is finally letting the 3DS’ battery run out.
Facebook boosts cuts VR headset
The Oculus Quest 2 is furthermore getting Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell video games.
Australia ex-PM hacked Instagramming boarding
A hacker uncovered the Australian ex-PM’s phone number and passport details but told the authorities.
Coronavirus: Football loses 37-0 distanced
German club Ripdorf stepped onto the pitch, kicked the ball away and then stood on the sidelines.
The daring Thailand’s monarchy
Panusaya Sithijirawattanakul read out presently there presently presently there a 10-point manifesto calling for reform of the monarchy.
Premier League clubs 1 October fans’
Premier League clubs have urged the UK government to stay to it’s proposal of allowing fans to return to stadiums from 1 October.
US 2020: When US election?
Lots of postal ballots, legal disputes and stubborn candidates could delay the results.
Forest fires devastate Brazil’s Pantanal wetlands
A huge number of fires has devastated the Pantanal, with fears of huge animal losses too.
Naomi Osaka: How introvert has tennis’
The softly spoken Naomi Osaka is finding her voice to become a leader on and off the tennis court, after her 2nd US Open title.
The Australian travels 1,800km an outback pub
The Ellis family in Australia make regular trips on a small plane, fulfilling exactly what they call “a dream”.
Coronavirus: ‘I time, aged 41’
Diagnosed with ADHD simply before she turned 40, Alia used lockdown to face her fear – cooking.
Xinjiang: China defends ‘education’ camps
Beijing has faced widespread criticism over detention centres set up for mostly Muslim Uighurs.
Lionel Messi wins nine-year trademark surname
The European Union’s highest court rules in favour of the footballer after a nine-year legal battle.
Alexei Navalny’s aides ‘nerve agent’
The Russian opposition figure had stayed at a hotel in Siberia before he fell ill on a flight.
Environment activists: ‘I got threats’
Last calendar 12 months was the worst on record since the charity, Global witness, started tracking deaths in 2012.
Men chat spires
Ben Dawson and Carlo Fiori show the incredible watch from a church in Bideford, Devon.
Bale Spurs Friday
Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale is set to fly to England on Friday to complete his return to Tottenham Hotspur.
To code-switch code-switch?
Many black people feel that they have to code-switch when entering white majority spaces.
Barack Obama: Former announces memoir
The initial half of the ex-president’s memoirs will come away simply weeks after the November election.
Coronavirus: CDC President Trump masks vaccines
The Centers for Disease Control director and US president give contrasting messages on coronavirus.
What is Trump’s environment?
The president has dismissed the technology on climate modify. But exactly what is his record on the environment?
Yoshihide Suga: The Japan’s
What we understand about the brand new leader who replaces long-time premier Shinzo Abe.
Coronavirus: New restrictions north-east England
Measures to quit households mixing and earlier pub closures will come into effect from midnight.
‘For is childhood, memories’
Sales of whale meat rise in Norway, helped simply by more Norwegians going on staycations.
Heat ray ‘was sought’ Washington’s Lafayette Square
Military police requested a heat ray before clearing a Washington DC square in June, a major says.
China dogs Maldives’ ‘bridge prosperity’
After borrowing vast sums for infrastructure projects, can the small isle nation repay the loans?
Floods Sally moves
Torrential rains could provide damaging floods to the Carolinas, Georgia and Virginia.
West Coast fires: How outran California wildfire
Trapped by a fast-moving wildfire, four friends were forced to hike their particular own way to safety.
Migrant 2015: What happened Nujeen Mustafa?
Nujeen fled battle in Syria, and crossed Europe in her wheelchair in 2015, but where is she now?