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Six people have been reported injured in a suspected noxious substance attack at an east London shopping centre, police said.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged her supporters to keep up the momentum in the final hours before Sunday’s national election, urging a last push to try to sway undecided voters.
French far-left firebrand Jean-Luc Melenchon urged protesters Saturday to take to the streets and mount strikes to force President Emmanuel Macron to withdraw the labour law changes that are key to his business-friendly economic vision.
US President Donald Trump’s insult, calling leader Kim Jong Un “rocket man”, makes “our rocket’s visit to the entire US mainland inevitable all the more”, North Korea’s foreign minister said.
Many women will know what it’s like to have their opinions and suggestions ignored, only for a man to repeat the very same thing and getting a round of applause.
Standing out from the crowd in a competitive job interview can be pretty tough but one artist has found a way that, he thinks, will help him get noticed by potential employers.
Two motorists were taken to hospital after being injured in a car crash in East Ayrshire.
Organisers are predicting a literary festival in "Scotland's book town" will be the biggest ever this year.
Hurricane Maria has added to the extensive damage on a British overseas territory, the Foreign Office has said, after the region was pummelled by a second major storm in two weeks.
Thieves have swooped to steal 90 lambs from a field in Keith.
A strong new earthquake shook Mexico on Saturday, toppling already damaged homes and causing new alarm in a country reeling from two even more powerful quakes this month that together have killed nearly 400 people.
Scottish Labour leadership candidate Anas Sarwar has announced he has relinquished all his shares in a family firm.
Two five-month-old boys have died at an address in Bridgend, South Wales Police said.
Fraudsters have tried to dupe Aberdeen businesses out of cash twice in one day in “ringing the changes” scams.
French far-left leader Jean-Luc Melenchon has rallied disaffected voters against President Emmanuel Macron’s plan to weaken worker protections.
Jeremy Corbyn said his drive to give Labour members more control over the party will help him enter Downing Street.
A man has been charged in connection with an alleged sex attack in Aberdeen city centre last year.
Puerto Rican officials could not reach more than half their towns amid a push to evacuate tens of thousands of people over a failing dam as the disaster wrought by Hurricane Maria becomes clear.
Thousands of motorists and passengers were again stranded for up to 12 hours while bomb disposal experts tackled a mysterious hazard on the carriageway.
An airline passenger arrested after a late-night flight from Barcelona to the UK was diverted has been charged with being drunk on an aircraft.
A magnitude 3.0 earthquake has been detected in North Korea around where a nuclear test recently took place but it has been assessed as natural, South Korea’s weather agency said.
A teenager has been arrested after an elderly woman was sexually assaulted in her home.
Police have released a picture of a man they want to speak to after a woman was assaulted in a shop.
Polls have closed in New Zealand’s national elections amid what looks like a close race between the conservative prime minister and his liberal challenger.
US Senator John McCain has declared his opposition to the last-ditch effort to repeal and replace “Obamacare”, dealing a likely death blow to the legislation and, perhaps, to the Republican Party’s years of vows to kill the programme.
Aberdeen City Council is facing calls to improve safety on a narrow road after a woman was struck by a passing van and left with torn shoulder muscles.
The principal of Aberdeen University has been criticised for pocketing a pay rise, just months after warning of job cuts in order to save millions of pounds.
A Speyside author has returned to her former school to inspire the next generation of writers with tales of witches and shapeshifters.
The Highlands was “buzzing” last night as more than 8,000 runners from around the world began to gather in the region for the Loch Ness marathon.
The owners of a Moray distillery want to “get cracking” with ambitious plans to revive it now planning permission is in place.
Hopes are rising that hundreds of new jobs could be created at Nigg Energy Park as its owner prepares to reveal details of major plans for the site.
A 22-year-old Sheffield man was jailed for 15 months yesterday after admitting dealing drugs in Inverness.