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World

'Frank and sincere talks': Korean leaders take historic steps toward possible accord

A few steps by the leaders of North and South Korea Friday became the symbolic strides toward peace that the world thought would never happen.        

    Business

    European markets open slightly higher; earnings in focus

    European markets opened higher on Friday, as investors monitored another batch of earnings while keeping a close eye on the political sphere.

      Education

      I thought US universities were marketised – till I came to the UK | Anonymous academic

      I expected a culture shock when I crossed the Atlantic, but I didn’t anticipate how corporatised British universities would beLast July my family sold our home, loaded what remained into storage and moved to the UK. As an American academic, I was driven

        World

        A State in India Was Struck by Lightning More Than 36,000 Times in 13 Hours

        Last year, the region saw about 30,000 lighting strikes over the entire month of May

          Football

          Donald Trump issues warning to other countries over voting against US 2026 World Cup bid

          Morocco is the only other bidder for the tournament with the winner announced on 13th June

            United Kingdom

            Primary school considers closing on Friday afternoons so teachers don’t ‘burnout’

            The school wants to give staff more time to develop an 'exciting curriculum' for children.

              World

              Man walks calmly through alley holding wife’s decapitated head

              He was filmed walking through the streets despite there being other people around.

                United Kingdom

                This is what it’s like to be in a car with a drink driver

                Louise Willard, 41, was banned from the roads for two years for the atrocious driving.

                  World

                  Remains of 140 children found at site of what may be history's largest mass sacrifice: report

                  Archaeologists in Peru have unearthed the remains of more than 140 children and 200 young llamas from what appeared to have been a ritual sacrifice that took place 550 years ago on a bluff along the northern coast, National Geographic reported Thursday.

                    Asia

                    One step: How Kim Jong Un made history

                    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in to discuss a peace agreement and the prospect of denuclearization.

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