Danish Govt to regulate content posted by social media influencers after an Instagram star...

The Danish government has announced they will regulate the content posted by the country's social media influencers after a reality TV and Instagram star...

Woman delivers a healthy baby from the transplanted uterus of a deceased donor in...

In a first for the United States, a clinic has delivered a healthy baby from the transplanted uterus of a deceased donor. ...

There Is No Need To Worry, Merkel Says After Health Scare

German Chancellor Angela Merkel insisted she was “very well”, despite suffering her third trembling spell in less than a month on Wednesday that revived questions about...

Donald Trump hits back at UK ambassador after he called him insecure

Donald Trump has hit back at Britain’s ambassador to the US after he called the President "inept" and "insecure". In memos leaked to the...

British Airways fined more than £189,000,000 for stealing people’s data

British Airways is to be fined more than £189 million over a customer data breach. The airline announced this morning that it had been...

Iran threatens to destroy Israel in 30 minutes

A senior Iranian official has threatened that his country will wipe out Israel in 30 minutes, Iran’s Mehr News Agency reports that Mojtaba Zonnour, the...

Renowned Congolese Pastor Paul Mukendi found guilty of sexual assaults in Canada

Paul Mukendi, the renowned Congolese Pastor of Parole de Vie evangelical church in Quebec, Canada, has been found guilty of a 9-count charge of...

UN removes Jesus’s birthplace from danger list of heritage sites

The United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) on Tuesday announced it would remove the site officially recognised as the birthplace of...

Boys can wear skirts to school and toilet signs taken down as school adopts...

A primary school in Ireland will begin letting boys wear skirts from September. Following request from pupils, St Brigid's National School, in Wicklow, south...

Church of England urges people to think of Jesus when they go online

The Church of England on Monday urged Christians to think of Jesus when interacting on social media, as it launched a new charter to...

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