Latest Press Monday 28th September 2020
- Why India post-Covid-19
- Williams overcomes Ahn
- The South African cleric taking rapist
- Coronavirus: Sea swims lockdown
- Belarus protests: Opposition Nina Bahinskaya, 73, bundled
- Belarus: Svetlana Alexievich, Nobel figure, goes Germany
- Britons £10,000 self-isolating
- Sparks Los Angeles
- ‘You’re an singer? But you’re white…’
- Photography winners fragility mangrove forests
- US squeezes China’s biggest chip-maker SMIC
- Wedding Isle Wight reunited
- Megan Thee Stallion: What rapper’s shooting?
- Sir David Attenborough warns leaders extinction
- US 2020 election: Can Trump returns?
- The German students
- The smoking built hypnotherapy
- Saudi Arabia Ladies European Tour back-to-back tournaments
- Meng Wanzhou: The PowerPoint sparked an
- Uber spared London ‘historical failings’
- Robots – tech
- ‘Forced work’ medics coronavirus
- Heat Celtics NBA Finals Lakers
- ‘Man City bigger problems defence’ – Darren Fletcher
- Armenia Azerbaijan disputed Nagorno-Karabakh
- Trump taxes ‘national security’ issue, Pelosi says
- Mumbai collapse: The filmed ordeal rubble
- Pakistan ruined homes Bollywood greats Peshawar
- Armenia-Azerbaijan: What’s Nagorno-Karabakh conflict?
- Courtroom sends stairs
- Sir David Attenborough: Naturalist gives Prince George fossil
- Nigeria’s Boko Haram crisis: ‘Bomb donkey’ ambush Borno
- Quim Torra: Spain’s bans Catalonia
Why India post-Covid-19
Experts say India needs more post-Covid care centres as many patients are reporting lasting symptoms.
Williams overcomes Ahn
Serena Williams begins her quest for a 24th Grand Slam title with a hard-fought earn over fellow American Kristie Ahn at the French Open.
The South African cleric taking rapist
Reverend June Major has undertaken unorthodox protests to get the Anglican church of Southern Africa to investigate her case.
Coronavirus: Sea swims lockdown
More than 100 people are taking part in weekly ocean swims at dawn after seeing a social media post.
Belarus protests: Opposition Nina Bahinskaya, 73, bundled
Nina Bahinskaya was again among dozens of women detained at a rally against Belarus’s president.
Belarus: Svetlana Alexievich, Nobel figure, goes Germany
Svetlana Alexievich’s aide says the trip to Germany is not linked to the Belarus political crisis.
Britons £10,000 self-isolating
Anyone in England who tests positive has a legal duty to self-isolate or face a good of up to £10,000.
Sparks Los Angeles
Watch exactly exactly what happened when California Police tried to draw over a speeding pick-up truck.
‘You’re an singer? But you’re white…’
The story of Emmanuel “Onry” Henreid and the unexpected duet that went viral.
Photography winners fragility mangrove forests
The Mangrove Photography Award winners show the attractiveness and fragility of the unique ecosystems.
US squeezes China’s biggest chip-maker SMIC
The commerce department writes to suppliers, warning of risks linked to the Chinese military.
Wedding Isle Wight reunited
Priya Sahu, 11, found the ring on a day trip to a beach and managed to track down it’s owner.
Megan Thee Stallion: What rapper’s shooting?
The rapper says she was shot in the feet simply simply by fellow artist Tory Lanez, who denies the accusation.
Sir David Attenborough warns leaders extinction
The naturalist uses a UN event to call on world leaders to do more to protect nature.
US 2020 election: Can Trump returns?
The US president says he won’t release his tax returns while below audit, but can he?
The German students
Lack of training is restricting access to abortion in Germany, but students are trying to modify that.
The smoking built hypnotherapy
Grace Smith used hypnosis to give up smoking, and it inspired her to get up the profession.
Saudi Arabia Ladies European Tour back-to-back tournaments
Saudi Arabia is to host it’s 1st professional tournaments for women in November, with 2 Ladies European Tour events scheduled to consider place.
Meng Wanzhou: The PowerPoint sparked an
The top Huawei executive’s closely watched extradition case returns to court on Monday.
Uber spared London ‘historical failings’
The firm gets a brand new licence to work in the capital after a court says it has addressed safety issues.
Robots – tech
A laboratory made to look like a home is fitted with sensors and internet of things devices.
‘Forced work’ medics coronavirus
Almost 200 health workers have died of Covid-19 in Venezuela since the pandemic began in March.
Heat Celtics NBA Finals Lakers
The Miami Heat reach the NBA Finals for the first time since 2014 as a 125-113 earn over the Boston Celtics wraps up a 4-2 series victory.
‘Man City bigger problems defence’ – Darren Fletcher
Darren Fletcher explains how Manchester City’s problems in their own own shock 5-2 defeat simply simply by Leicester go deeper than just poor play simply simply by their own own defenders.
Armenia Azerbaijan disputed Nagorno-Karabakh
The disputed Caucasus area is the site of a long-running conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Trump taxes ‘national security’ issue, Pelosi says
The New York Times alleges years of tax avoidance, a claim President Donald Trump calls “fake news”.
Mumbai collapse: The filmed ordeal rubble
Khalid Khan was trapped for 10 hours after a building collapsed in the Indian city of Mumbai.
Pakistan ruined homes Bollywood greats Peshawar
The houses belonged to the families of two stars of yesteryear, Raj Kapoor and Dilip Kumar.
Armenia-Azerbaijan: What’s Nagorno-Karabakh conflict?
A disputed territory lies at the heart of this particular particular conflict, which dates back to the Soviet Union.
Courtroom sends stairs
A deputy went down the stairs mind 1st trying to capture the defendant as he made a run for it.
Sir David Attenborough: Naturalist gives Prince George fossil
Sir David presented Prince George with a fossilised shark tooth at a screening of his brand new programme.
Nigeria’s Boko Haram crisis: ‘Bomb donkey’ ambush Borno
Militants from an Islamic State-linked group strapped explosives to the animal to target a governor.
Quim Torra: Spain’s bans Catalonia
Separatist Quim Torra will be forced to step down after he was found guilty of disobeying a court.