The head teacher died two months after Ofsted inspected her school in Reading in November 2022.
The Netflix reality series, inspired by the Korean dystopian show, saw 456 people compete for over £3m.
A stoppage-time goal condemns Santos, Brazil legend Pele’s former club, to their first relegation from the top flight.
The president of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, has ordered elections to be held earlier than scheduled.
A statement posted on his Instagram account said he was diagnosed with a brain tumour eight weeks ago.
The FSB state security service is accused of hacking and releasing sensitive documents.
Gauteng police have responded to reports of a shooting incident on Coleraine Drive in Morningside, Sandton, on Thursday.
Investigators say 14-year-old wounded five children using a pump-action shotgun as interior ministry probes motive.
A decision that ruled Colin Pitchfork could be released again was challenged by the government.
The UN agency’s decision comes amid a funding shortage as northwest Syria faces increasing food insecurity.
The war has cleaved the world between those calling for a ceasefire, those backing Israel and some sitting on the fence.
The floods are the latest in a series of climate shocks recorded this year across East Africa.
News24 | kykNET TV presenter, two others in court accused of swindling more than R30m from steelworks company
kykNET TV presenter Henriëtte Marx, as well as her husband and an associate of theirs, appeared in the Pretoria Commercial Crimes Court on Thursday morning charged with fraud, theft and money laundering.
News24 | Knysna’s taps could be flowing again by weekend, amid clean-up after body found in reservoir
Almost a week after a body was recovered from a reservoir in Knysna, authorities say the cleaning of five reservoirs is 90% complete.
A vehicle drove off after a crash in Folkestone which left a boy dead, Kent Police says.
Italy, the only major Western power to have joined China’s global infrastructure initiative, is exiting in 2024.
The rarely used rule will allow the US secretary-general to make an appeal for peace to the Security Council.
Fighting rages as Israeli troops press further south with ‘carpet bombardment of entire neighbourhoods’.
Ukrainian media cited Ukrainian intelligence services claiming responsibility for the bombings of two fuel trains.