A Frenchman accused of inspiring the kidnapping in eastern France of a girl whose mother had lost custody was expelled by Malaysia on Sunday. France had issued an Interpol arrest notice for Remy Daillet-Wiedemann, who was detained on immigration charges by Malaysia after living in the Southeast Asian country for several years. Daillet, his pregnant partner and children were placed on a commercial flight on Sunday, a Malaysian official said.
England have won their opening game at a European Championships for the first time ever after Raheem Sterling’s goal earned a 1-0 triumph over Croatia. Phil Foden hit the post inside the opening five minutes as England flew out of the traps against the side that had knocked them out of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Police have released an image of the teenager who was stabbed in Streatham last week. Denardo Samuels-Brooks was attacked on Prentis Road at around 4.15pm on Thursday. A post-mortem examination took place at Greenwich Mortuary on Saturday and gave cause of death as a stab wound.
Energy stocks have been blistering hot. Fueling the rally in energy stocks has been a rebound in demand as the global economy reopens following government-mandated shutdowns to slow the pandemic's spread in the past year. While most energy stocks are much higher than they were to start the year, some still look like they have room to run.
The U.S. Congress will probe "rogue" actions by the Justice Department during former President Donald Trump's term, including its move to seize the communications records of Democratic lawmakers, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Sunday. That review will run in parallel with an investigation by the department's own internal watchdog https://www.reuters.com/world/us/white-house-denounces-trump-attorney-generals-reported-actions-democrats-phone-2021-06-11 into its moves to subpoena phone records of Representatives Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell, as part of a probe into leaks of classified information.
A fan has been seriously injured after falling from a stand at Wembley stadium during the England v Croatia game. A spokesperson from Wembley stadium confirmed the person had been taken to hospital in a serious condition.
John Krasinski’s nearly silent thriller “A Quiet Place Part II” has crossed a notable box office milestone. The Paramount Pictures film is the first of the pandemic era to surpass $100 million in U.S. ticket sales. Through the weekend, “A Quiet Place 2” has generated $108 million at the domestic box office and another $80 […]
The "Kill the Bill" protest capped off three days of wide-ranging demonstrations in Cornwall, southwest England, where leaders from the world's Group of Seven nations have held their first summit in two years.Similar "Kill the Bill" protests have taken part across the UK in recent months in response to the proposed Policing, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.The bill aims to toughen measures officers can take to disperse demonstrations, such as imposing time and noise limits, which campaigners and activists fear would be used to curb dissent.
Frank Lampard has admitted he had mixed emotions watching Chelsea win the Champions League in Porto last month. Lampard has also revealed getting that the sack at Chelsea has not put him off management and that he is ready to get back into work when the right job comes up. Speaking while working as a pundit for the BBC during their coverage of England’s Euro 2020 opener against Croatia, Lampard praised the job Thomas Tuchel has done since replacing him at Stamford Bridge in January and said he was pleased as a “Chelsea person” when they beat Manchester City in the Champions League Final last month.
“We’re at a drive-in!” Anthony Mackie exclaimed more than once during Marvel Studios and Disney’s Drive-In FYC event at the Rose Bowl Saturday night. Although the star of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” wasn’t there physically, he was committed enough to join in a live Zoom session while inside his own vehicle parked at […]