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Armenian Leader Resigns in Wake of Protests

Armenia’s prime minister stepped down after more than a week of demonstrations, capitulating to protesters in a country allied with former Soviet master Moscow.


A40 sinkhole repairs see Carmarthenshire road dug up

The A40 will remain closed all week after the hole appeared on Wednesday.

Formula 1

The standard by which all other F1 drivers must be judged

Nigel Roebuck: I was at Brands Hatch that day [when Clark lost his life in a Formula 2 race]. It was the BRDC 1000km sports car race. It was cold and I was in the Clearways grandstand. After a couple of hours the race had settled down, so I went off to a


U.S. Extends Deadline for Investors to Disentangle From Rusal

The U.S. Treasury extended the deadline for investors to exit their dealings with sanctioned Russian aluminum giant Rusal after America’s European allies complained Washington’s latest punitive actions put their companies at risk.

United Kingdom

Brexit secretary David Davis visits Irish border

Mr Davis visited a number of places on the Northern Ireland side of the border


Valero wind farm plans in Pembrokeshire turned down again

Plans to build five wind turbines near Valero oil refinery in Pembrokeshire are turned down again.


Peterborough homeless pair must leave shopping arcade

Two rough sleepers must leave a city centre arcade where they are accused of having sex in public.

United Kingdom

Dad ‘strangled daughter, 7, to death with dressing gown cord’ after affair

Afterwards, he called 999 and told police to come to his home in Wimbledon, south west London, saying: 'There has been a murder.'


Glowforge opens public orders for its desktop 3D laser cutter

Hardware startup Glowforge, which makes a desktop laser cutter and engraver for home or office use, has finally opened up sales to the general public. The maker-targeted device, which can ‘print’ (read: engrave/laser cut) a variety of materi


Zero good news on zero hours contracts?

It's true that the latest figures show that their growth has plateaued but there are still too many people on them who are being exploited and the Government's proposed response is woeful

United Kingdom

When is the next bank holiday? UK long weekends in full for 2018 – from May Day to the August bank holiday

THERE’S nothing like a long weekend to boost the mood, so when is the next bank holiday in 2018? Whether you’re planning a short trip away or just craving an extra lie-in – here is the lowdown… What is a bank holiday? A bank holid


Germany plans €1bn of new defence spending amid pressure on Nato from Donald Trump

Germany is reportedly considering a major new round of new defence spending as it looks to address serious equipment shortages in its armed forces.


Antiques dealer strangled daughter after fearing he was about to go bankrupt, court is told

An antiques dealer strangled his seven-year-old daughter with a dressing gown cord to spare her the "pain and upset" of bankruptcy, a court has heard.


Richard Desmond's go-to legal adviser to become fourth UK law firm to float

A City law firm whose long-standing clients include newspaper baron Richard Desmond is on the cusp of becoming the fourth ever UK law firm to go public.


What is the UK plastic straw ban, which companies have banned them and what has Theresa May said about cotton buds?

PLASTIC straws, cotton buds and stirrers could be banned from sale in England as early as next year in a dramatic bid to help clean up the world’s oceans. But what does it mean for you? And which companies have already banned plastic straws? Here&#

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