The Foreign Office takes the unusual step of naming a former Ukrainian MP as a potential Kremlin candidate.
Kay-Achim Schönbach said the idea that Russia wanted to invade Ukraine was nonsense.
Nusrat Ghani says she was told her faith made colleagues uncomfortable - but the chief whip rejects her claim.
New restrictions are set to be introduced after nine Omicron cases were confirmed in the country.
More than 100 people have been killed in the fighting between militants and Kurdish-led forces.
Sussex-based armadillos Patsy and Eddie have to shift some pounds after their festive feasting.
Jean-Jacques Savin, who was 75, had previously made the voyage in a large barrel.
An unseasonal blaze rages in the Monterey County, forcing evacuations and the closure of Highway 1.
Sedef Kabas denies using the proverb to insult President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The comedy Yesterday has the actress in the trailer, but not the movie itself - to the anger of fans.
Police are treating Matthew Willson's death as a homicide, following gunfire from a nearby flat.
The government denies reports of a coup attempt or that the president had been detained.
The second man was taken to hospital following an incident in Kanchanaburi, the Foreign Office says.
Anoosheh Ashoori from London hopes the strike will bring attention to those being held in Iran.
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