CNN’s Nic Robertson gained access to an enormous parking lot in the Belgian port of Zeebrugge where customs officials have impounded thousands of luxury cars parked by sanctions on Russia. #CNN #News
A judge has thrown out part of the case against Kim Kardashian in former reality TV star Blac Chyna’s lawsuit as the jury continues its deliberations. Judge Gregory Alarcon ruled that Chyna’s attorney Lynne Ciani did not provide any statement during the trial from Kardashian that was defamatory toward Chyna. The case against Kardashian for
The United Arab Emirates has purchased a seat on a SpaceX rocket for an Emirati astronaut to journey to the International Space Station for a six-month stay, officials said Friday, the oil-rich federation’s first long-term mission as it advances its ambitions in space. The UAE purchased the seat on the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket through
The Metropolitan Police is seeking another appeal against a High Court ruling, which found the force breached the rights of organisers at a vigil held for Sarah Everard last year. The bid marks the forces’ second attempt to overturn the ruling after judges refused to give it permission to appeal its decision earlier this month.
Russia is attempting to “empty” the Donbas of people and peace talks are in danger of collapsing, Ukraine’s president has claimed. Speaking in his nightly address, Volodymyr Zelenskyy accused Moscow of carrying out “constant brutal bombardments” on buildings and residential areas of the eastern region of his country. He compared the barrage of attacks as
In this article DIS Disney employee Nicholas Maldonado holds a sign while protesting outside of Walt Disney World on March 22, 2022 in Orlando, Florida. Employees are staging a company-wide walkout today to protest Walt Disney Co.’s response to controversial legislation passed in Florida known as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. Octavio Jones | Getty
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In this article XOM A view of the ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Refinery in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, May 15, 2021. Kathleen Flynn | Reuters Shares of Exxon Mobil slid on Friday after the company took a $3.4 billion after-tax charge related to its Sakhalin-1 operation in Russia. Exxon earned $5.5 billion during the first quarter, up
From the playground of the Benito Juarez sports centre in Tijuana, you can see American soil. An imposing rust-brown border fence stands between those on this side and the promise of the United States on the other. It is the lure of one of the world’s busiest border crossings that has drawn thousands of Ukrainians
“I forgive you”. The words of Mike Haines – the brother of murdered British aid worker David Haines – seemed to ring out around the courtroom in Alexandria, Virginia. The intensity of the moment is palpable, as finally, the family members of the Western hostages who were brutally tortured and killed by the so-called IS
PG&E Corp.’s Diablo Canyon plant in California. (Joe Johnston/San Luis Obispo Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images) San Luis Obispo Tribune | Tribune News Service | Getty Images California governor Gavin Newsom is open to the idea of maintaining operations at the last nuclear power plant in the state, Diablo Canyon, past its planned shutdown
12:58 PM ET Associated Press MUNICH — Botic van de Zandschulp upset second-seeded Casper Ruud 7-5, 6-1 to reach the BMW Open semifinals Friday. The Dutch player, who also defeated Ruud at the US Open last year, saved the only break point he faced and won 50% of his first-serve return points. Van de Zandschulp
A foreign fighter who has gone to Ukraine to join the war is calling for others with combat experience to ‘go and fight’. Speaking to Sky’s Anna Botting, Daniel Lupshaitz warned that ‘ignorance’ was killing the Ukrainian people and encouraged people to help against ‘evil’ Russian aggression instead of ‘sitting on couches’. For the latest
Attorney Andrew G. Celli discusses his cross-examination of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) during a hearing in Atlanta to determine if Greene is constitutionally barred from running for reelection because of her alleged role in the January 6 insurrection.
An injured British man wearing military fatigues has been captured by Russian forces in Ukraine and paraded on television. Named as Andrew Hill, he was filmed with a bandaged left arm and a makeshift bandage around his head. Sky News understands he is 35-years-old. He was filmed while being questioned saying he had travelled to
A former MP who was jailed for sexually assaulting two women told a court he is looking at supermarket shelf stacking and building site work to pay back his prosecution costs. Charlie Elphicke, the former Conservative Dover MP, presented Universal Credit and bank statements during an appearance at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court on Friday to prove
8:30 AM ET NBA Insiders The NBA first-round playoff series between the Memphis Grizzlies and Minnesota Timberwolves has the makings of an all-time classic. We’ve seen young superstars Ja Morant and Anthony Edwards take their games to new heights — literally, in Morant’s case — Karl-Anthony Towns letting it fly from deep and some massive
A Californian private equity firm has edged closer to becoming the new majority-owner of Chelsea Football Club after securing a period of exclusivity to clinch a deal. A group spearheaded by Todd Boehly, the LA Dodgers part-owner, overcame opposition from rival consortia on Friday to land preferred bidder status in the battle to replace Roman
A coalition of musicians is calling for music venues to drop the commission they charge for selling merchandise, saying it will create a fairer and more sustainable touring circuit. The Featured Artists Coalition (FAC) warns some venues charge around 25% which it says leaves too little for bands and artists, adding that it can represent
An MP under investigation for allegedly watching pornography in the Commons should be kicked out of the Tory party if he is found guilty, a minister has said. Neil Parish, who had the Conservative whip suspended on Friday, said he opened a file by mistake but would only step down if he is found guilty.