The FBI search a site in New Jersey as a new clue leads to hopes of solving the decades-old case. from: BBC News
Thousands of relatives of the remnants of Ethiopian Jewry are waiting to be airlifted to Israel. For now, the Israeli government sees no urgency. From: New York Times
England launch their Autumn Nations Series with an 11-try demolition of Tonga in front of a sold-out Twickenham. from: BBC News
Tools used to brand inmates at the Nazi death camp are being auctioned, angering Jewish leaders. from: BBC News
People, especially religious minorities, now fear for their safety in Indian-administered Kashmir. from: BBC News
The spill has been described by one official as a potential ecological disaster. from: BBC News
from: BBC News As public scrutiny of corporate misbehaviour grows, can business drinking be dropped forever?
from: BBC News The bronze statue to honour a 19th Century poem is called “offensive” and “humiliating” to women.
The short mention in a sweeping health plan lacked specifics, but it set off concerns in a country with a history of intrusive reproductive policies. From: New York Times
Major brand JNBY has since pulled the item, which also features images of the Grim Reaper. from: BBC News
The world’s most indebted real estate developer is in crisis – is it too big to fail? from: BBC News
Ethan, seven, was sent postcards from people across the world after losing the bunny on a Devon bus. from: BBC News
After a scuffle on the red carpet, the ceremony struggles to generate many big new cultural moments. from: BBC News
The charity Engage Britain polled more than 4,000 British adults on their attitudes to the NHS.
Health and social care reform as well as a dispute with France over migrant crossings lead the papers.
Jo Kibble got from London to Morecambe in a day on public buses – “a great way to see the country”.
Protesters attack the PM-designate’s home after 27 people are killed while queueing for fuel. from: BBC News
Faye and Teddy’s Casa Amor row sparks the highest number of Ofcom complaints in the show’s history.
Camacho-Quinn's victory is Puerto Rico's first-ever gold medal in athletics Originally published on Global Voices Jasmine Camacho-Quinn proudly displays the Puerto Rican flag after winning a gold medal in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics (held in 2021). Screenshot from Youtube video/NBC sports. On the night of August 1, Puerto Ricans everywhere celebrated with rapturous joy Jasmine Camacho-Quinn's… Leggi tutto »
Gay and transgender athletes in Tokyo have been singled out for abuse on Russian state television. from: BBC News