Ole Gunnar Solskjaer leaves Old Trafford after a slump in form – but was it all down to him? from: BBC News
A small study found hugs lasting five to 10 seconds are associated with being the most pleasant. from: BBC News
The commemorative plate depicted a banner mistakenly attached to the front end of the historic plane. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Alison McDonald was diagnosed with a blood cancer after she suddenly lost several inches in height.
from: BBC News About 43,000 people may have been wrongly told their test for Covid-19 was negative.
Before his side’s FA Cup tie at Stockport, Stamford defender and former reality TV contestant Stacey Freeman explains why he says a prayer before each game. from: BBC News
from: BBC News The channel says “ongoing tech issues” caused it to show last night’s episode rather than the finale.
An errant strike that killed 10 civilians has called into question the reliability of the intelligence that will be used to conduct future U.S. operations in Afghanistan. From: New York Times
The reshuffle has seen the removal of an education secretary much criticised during the pandemic.
Twenty years after the US ‘War on Terror’ began, Islamist movements have spread across Africa. from: BBC News
The New York Times obtained exclusive security camera footage and witness accounts to show how the military launched a drone strike that killed 10 people in Kabul on Aug. 29 without knowing who it was hitting. From: New York Times
From: New York Times
from: BBC News Gen Sir Nick Carter says the speed of the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan surprised the UK.
The analogy spreads self-defeating sentiments and questions US-Taiwan ties Originally published on Global Voices Remix image by Oiwan Lam. Following the withdrawal of the U.S. forces from Afghanistan and the Taliban's abrupt takeover of Kabul, Chinese commentators rushed online to draw comparisons between Taiwan and Kabul on social media. Many questioned whether the United States could be… Leggi tutto »
from: BBC News After sleeping on the night bus with her daughter, Jo was forced to borrow money.
Captain Joe Root accepts responsibility for England’s miserable defeat by India in the second Test at Lord’s. from: BBC News
Manager Pep Guardiola challenges Manchester City’s critics to come up with the evidence if they believe the club are breaking spending rules. from: BBC News
Complex issues have been raised about policing speech and censoring unpopular voices. from: BBC News
After months of struggle, the U.N.-backed Covax alliance will soon have many more doses, promising relief for vaccine shortages in poorer countries. But it faces a deepening crisis: difficulties getting shots into arms as the Delta variant spreads. From: New York Times