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Lidia Thorpe: Australian senator ends up on ground in police scuffle

Lidia Thorpe had rushed towards an activist at an anti-trans rights event being held outside parliament. Source link

Trucks piled on buildings as tornado hits Mississippi

Drone footage captures the devastation after a tornado hits Rolling Fork, Mississippi. Source link

‘God, guns and Trump’: Thousands turn out for Texas rally

Novie and his friend Richard Tarner, who like Harvey were attending their first Trump rally, bought commemorative t-shirts that read “Trump in Texas: I was there – where were you?” They said that, even with what is likely to be a range of choices in the 2024 Republican primaries, they were sticking with Mr Trump.… Continue reading ‘God, guns and Trump’: Thousands turn out for Texas rally

Chabelo: The Mexico TV legend who became a meme

Xavier López Rodriguez’s squeaky-voiced character sparked many an internet meme. Source link

Putin: Russia to station nuclear weapons in Belarus

The Russian leader says the move would not violate nuclear non-proliferation agreements. Source link

Halt Israel legal reform, urges defence minister

Yoav Gallant’s call comes as Israelis opposed to the changes hold further nationwide mass rallies. Source link

Mississippi tornado: How are they caused?

BBC weather presenter Ben Rich gives the science behind a tornado. Source link

No Ukraine offensive without more weapons – Zelensky

Some analysts say Ukraine’s military is talking up the idea of a counter-offensive to discomfit their Russian counterparts. They want Russian commanders to spread their forces thinly along the front lines, ready for any attack, rather than concentrate them in particular places, such as the eastern city of Bakhmut. Source link

French police clash with water reservoir protesters

The unrest follows weeks of protests against President Emmanuel Macron’s pension reforms. Source link

The sacred tattoos inked by Thai monks

For hundreds of years, men have been visiting this Thai Budhhist temple famous for its tattoo culture. Monks use fine point needles to ink sacred tattoos or ‘sak yant’ by hand on to the devotees’ bodies. They say the tattoos are a “spiritual anchor”, drawn from Buddhist manuscripts in Khmer, Thai and Sanskrit. Devotees opt… Continue reading The sacred tattoos inked by Thai monks

Watch: Devastation after Tornado rolls across Mississippi

A tornado has killed and injured dozens and caused huge damage in several parts of Mississippi in the US. Reports of tornadoes and strong thunderstorms stretched from the western edge of Mississippi, north through the centre of the state and into Alabama. Source link

Nelson Piquet fined for racist and homophobic comments about Lewis Hamilton

Piquet won the world title in 1981, 1983 and 1987 Three-time Formula 1 world champion Nelson Piquet has been ordered to pay five million Brazilian Reals (£780,000) for making racist and homophobic comments about Lewis Hamilton. The 70-year-old Brazilian used a racially offensive term in referring to Hamilton in an interview in 2021. Hamilton called… Continue reading Nelson Piquet fined for racist and homophobic comments about Lewis Hamilton

Gandhi says disqualification 'politically motivated'

Indian opposition leader Rahul Gandhi says he “will not stop” after being stripped of his MP status. Source link

Tornadoes kill 19 and bring devastation to Mississippi

Hail the size of golf balls and strong wind brought destruction to rural areas on Friday night. Source link

Europe migrant crisis: Dozens missing off Tunisian coast

The boat, which was trying to reach Italy, is the fifth to capsize in two days in the Mediterranean. Source link

Donald Trump and his ‘perp walk’ moment explained in 60 seconds

If former US President Donald Trump is indicted, he will first need to get past the of mass of cameras and reporters gathered outside the New York City courts. A process referred to as the “perp walk”. The BBC’s Nada Tawfik explains the history behind the spectacle. Produced by the BBC’s Alexandra Ostasiewicz. Source link

Vatican returns Parthenon sculptures to Greece

“The ceremony today… similar to the gesture by the government of Sicily and the Republic of Italy a few months ago, shows the road that we could follow, that everyone could follow, in order for the unity of the Parthenon to be restored,” Greece’s culture minister Linda Mendoni said on Friday. Source link

Guo Wengui: How a Chinese tycoon built a pro-Trump money machine

But instead of being invested, authorities say, the money was used by Mr Guo and a London-based business partner, Kin Ming Je, to fund extravagant purchases – including expensive properties, a yacht, sports cars, risky hedge fund investments, $1 million worth of rugs and a $140,000 piano. Source link

Gordon Moore, Intel co-founder and creator of Moore's Law, dies aged 94

Mr Moore famously predicted that computer processing power would double every two years. Source link

Principal fired after Florida students shown Michelangelo statue

One Florida parent complained Michelangelo’s iconic statue amounted to pornography. Source link

Have we found the ‘animal origin’ of Covid?

Having found and downloaded the codes on a genetic database called GISAID, where scientists share this kind of information, she and her colleagues set out to find out which species matched the samples that were found in the same locations as the virus. “We saw the results appear on our screens, and it was: racoon… Continue reading Have we found the ‘animal origin’ of Covid?

Drama in the courtroom as Gwyneth Paltrow testifies

Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow has testified in court, denying that she caused a ski collision between her and Terry Sanderson, in 2016. Mr Sanderson is seeking $300,000 (£244,000) in damages, after being left with what he says are life-changing injuries. Ms Paltrow has countersued, seeking $1 (82p) in symbolic damages, as well as reimbursement of… Continue reading Drama in the courtroom as Gwyneth Paltrow testifies

Angola's 1977 massacre: Tragic twist for orphans of mass killings

The government said it had found their parents’ remains but other research raised fresh questions. Source link

Week in pictures: 18-24 March 2023

A selection of striking images from around the world, taken in the past seven days. Source link

Waco, Texas: Donald Trump rallies on anniversary of deadly standoff

Waco, Texas, was the site of a deadly standoff in 1993 between the US government and an “Army of God”. Source link

Ukraine war: Battle for Bakhmut 'stabilising' – Ukraine commander

Despite Russia spending months trying to take the city, Ukrainian officials say they are holding on. Source link

Rare show of Northern Lights dazzles North America

One of the most intense geomagnetic storm in years paints skies across the region green, purple and pink. Source link

Scottish paedophile jailed for directing Philippines child abuse

Gary Campbell, 59, paid for abuse to be carried out as he watched from his home in Sutherland. Source link

Massive asteroid to pass by Earth on weekend

The unusually large space object will harmlessly bypass the planet this weekend. Source link

France protests: Macron takes off 'luxury' watch during TV interview

The president’s team say the watch was banging on the table – but critics say it was a bad look. Source link