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'William Booth The Washington Post' - 42 News Result(s)

  • UK Warship Tried To Stop Iran From Seizing Tanker, Leaked Audio Reveals

    UK Warship Tried To Stop Iran From Seizing Tanker, Leaked Audio Reveals

    A British warship tried but failed to prevent Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps from seizing a British tanker in the Strait of Hormuz last week, intercepted radio communications show, fueling a wave of recriminations in London on Sunday over who was to blame for the incident last week.

  • With Jaguars In Pools, Naked Men On Scooters, Europe Faces Summer Heat

    With Jaguars In Pools, Naked Men On Scooters, Europe Faces Summer Heat

    An early summer heat wave across Europe is breaking monthly - and in some cities - all-time records, as the continent oven-bakes under dangerous temperatures soaring above 100 Fahrenheit, driven by hot winds from the Sahara.

  • Queen Elizabeth II Celebrates 93rd Birthday With Massive Military Parade

    Queen Elizabeth II Celebrates 93rd Birthday With Massive Military Parade

    President Donald Trump and his family got the royal treatment from Queen Elizabeth II this past week - and the American president was all in, gushing to Fox News that it was a highlight of his life, that the British monarch was "a spectacular . . . incredible woman" and that the two leaders shared an "automatic chemistry."

  • Gay Couple Beaten On London Bus After Refusing To Kiss In Front Of Gang

    Gay Couple Beaten On London Bus After Refusing To Kiss In Front Of Gang

    Two women were punched by male assailants on a London bus after the couple refused to perform a kiss for the gang that surrounded and taunted them, according to an account by one of the victims. The alleged attack last week was revealed in social media posts by one of women, Melania Geymonat, who said she was punched and bloodied.

  • Holding Back Tears, Theresa May Announces Resignation Over Brexit

    Holding Back Tears, Theresa May Announces Resignation Over Brexit

    Theresa May announced Friday that she will resign as her party's leader on June 7 and make way for a new British prime minister later this summer.

  • Prince Harry And Meghan Introduce Their Newborn Son Archie

    Prince Harry And Meghan Introduce Their Newborn Son Archie

    Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, gave the world a first look Wednesday at their son and, after introducing him to the queen, announced his name: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

  • To Shame Saudi Prince, Activists Want Street In US Named After Khashoggi

    To Shame Saudi Prince, Activists Want Street In US Named After Khashoggi

    It was a gut-punch of an evening. Speakers at a memorial service here on Monday night for the slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi included lifelong friends, human rights activists, fellow journalists, academics and his fiancee Hatice Cengiz, who told the audience "the disappearance of my beloved Jamal has left a hole in my heart and my soul."

  • Meet The Royal Ravenmaster Who Treats Birds To Biscuits Soaked In Blood

    Meet The Royal Ravenmaster Who Treats Birds To Biscuits Soaked In Blood

    The ravenmaster, Christopher Skaife, is charged with caring for the seven corvids that reside at the Tower of London, the 11th-century walled fortress that today is one of Britain's most popular tourist sites.

  • Khashoggi Left Phone, Instructions With Fiancee Before He Disappeared

    Khashoggi Left Phone, Instructions With Fiancee Before He Disappeared

    Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist whose writings had jabbed his country's leaders, seemed at ease in the days before he disappeared after visiting Saudi Arabia's consulate here, unconcerned about being tracked by government spies and peripatetic, as always, despite battling a cold.

  • Foreign Media On Abhilash Tomy's Miracle Rescue From 5-Storey-High Waves

    Foreign Media On Abhilash Tomy's Miracle Rescue From 5-Storey-High Waves

    Skippers sailing nonstop and alone around the world - unassisted and without modern navigation aids, as the rules of the notoriously challenging race dictate - found themselves in a vicious cyclone on Friday in the southern Indian Ocean.

  • How 2 Russian Suspects Smuggled The Deadly Novichok Nerve Agent Into UK

    How 2 Russian Suspects Smuggled The Deadly Novichok Nerve Agent Into UK

    British authorities on Wednesday named two Russian suspects wanted for a brazen attack with the nerve agent Novichok on a former Russian spy and his daughter in the English city of Salisbury.

  • After "Trump Baby", Protesters Will Fly Blimp Of London Mayor In A Bikini

    After "Trump Baby", Protesters Will Fly Blimp Of London Mayor In A Bikini

    Remember the "Trump Baby" balloon depicting the U.S. president in diapers clutching his cellphone and throwing a tantrum, the one that protesters flew beside the Palace of Westminster during his visit to Britain in July?

  • After Berating His British Hosts, Trump Lauds May In Bid To Ease Tensions

    After Berating His British Hosts, Trump Lauds May In Bid To Ease Tensions

    President Donald Trump on Friday sought to undo the damage he'd done to British Prime Minister Theresa May, lavishing her with compliments one day after he was quoted in a British tabloid dismissing her approach to Brexit, praising one of her foes and threatening to upend their trade relationship - while boasting that she would have been better off...

  • UK Woman Exposed To Soviet-Era Nerve Agent Dies, Murder Probe Launched

    UK Woman Exposed To Soviet-Era Nerve Agent Dies, Murder Probe Launched

    A middle-aged British woman, who somehow came into contact with the Soviet-era nerve agent known as Novichok, died Sunday evening at a hospital in south England where she was being treated for exposure to the military-grade chemical weapon.

  • How A Russian Ex-Spy Was Saved From One Of The Deadliest Nerve Agents Ever

    How A Russian Ex-Spy Was Saved From One Of The Deadliest Nerve Agents Ever

    It has been one of the great mysteries of the poison attack on a former Russian spy and his daughter in England: How did the two survive the Soviet-era nerve agent Novichok, thought to be one of the most deadly chemical weapons ever created?

'William Booth The Washington Post' - 42 News Result(s)

  • UK Warship Tried To Stop Iran From Seizing Tanker, Leaked Audio Reveals

    UK Warship Tried To Stop Iran From Seizing Tanker, Leaked Audio Reveals

    A British warship tried but failed to prevent Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps from seizing a British tanker in the Strait of Hormuz last week, intercepted radio communications show, fueling a wave of recriminations in London on Sunday over who was to blame for the incident last week.

  • With Jaguars In Pools, Naked Men On Scooters, Europe Faces Summer Heat

    With Jaguars In Pools, Naked Men On Scooters, Europe Faces Summer Heat

    An early summer heat wave across Europe is breaking monthly - and in some cities - all-time records, as the continent oven-bakes under dangerous temperatures soaring above 100 Fahrenheit, driven by hot winds from the Sahara.

  • Queen Elizabeth II Celebrates 93rd Birthday With Massive Military Parade

    Queen Elizabeth II Celebrates 93rd Birthday With Massive Military Parade

    President Donald Trump and his family got the royal treatment from Queen Elizabeth II this past week - and the American president was all in, gushing to Fox News that it was a highlight of his life, that the British monarch was "a spectacular . . . incredible woman" and that the two leaders shared an "automatic chemistry."

  • Gay Couple Beaten On London Bus After Refusing To Kiss In Front Of Gang

    Gay Couple Beaten On London Bus After Refusing To Kiss In Front Of Gang

    Two women were punched by male assailants on a London bus after the couple refused to perform a kiss for the gang that surrounded and taunted them, according to an account by one of the victims. The alleged attack last week was revealed in social media posts by one of women, Melania Geymonat, who said she was punched and bloodied.

  • Holding Back Tears, Theresa May Announces Resignation Over Brexit

    Holding Back Tears, Theresa May Announces Resignation Over Brexit

    Theresa May announced Friday that she will resign as her party's leader on June 7 and make way for a new British prime minister later this summer.

  • Prince Harry And Meghan Introduce Their Newborn Son Archie

    Prince Harry And Meghan Introduce Their Newborn Son Archie

    Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, gave the world a first look Wednesday at their son and, after introducing him to the queen, announced his name: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

  • To Shame Saudi Prince, Activists Want Street In US Named After Khashoggi

    To Shame Saudi Prince, Activists Want Street In US Named After Khashoggi

    It was a gut-punch of an evening. Speakers at a memorial service here on Monday night for the slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi included lifelong friends, human rights activists, fellow journalists, academics and his fiancee Hatice Cengiz, who told the audience "the disappearance of my beloved Jamal has left a hole in my heart and my soul."

  • Meet The Royal Ravenmaster Who Treats Birds To Biscuits Soaked In Blood

    Meet The Royal Ravenmaster Who Treats Birds To Biscuits Soaked In Blood

    The ravenmaster, Christopher Skaife, is charged with caring for the seven corvids that reside at the Tower of London, the 11th-century walled fortress that today is one of Britain's most popular tourist sites.

  • Khashoggi Left Phone, Instructions With Fiancee Before He Disappeared

    Khashoggi Left Phone, Instructions With Fiancee Before He Disappeared

    Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist whose writings had jabbed his country's leaders, seemed at ease in the days before he disappeared after visiting Saudi Arabia's consulate here, unconcerned about being tracked by government spies and peripatetic, as always, despite battling a cold.

  • Foreign Media On Abhilash Tomy's Miracle Rescue From 5-Storey-High Waves

    Foreign Media On Abhilash Tomy's Miracle Rescue From 5-Storey-High Waves

    Skippers sailing nonstop and alone around the world - unassisted and without modern navigation aids, as the rules of the notoriously challenging race dictate - found themselves in a vicious cyclone on Friday in the southern Indian Ocean.

  • How 2 Russian Suspects Smuggled The Deadly Novichok Nerve Agent Into UK

    How 2 Russian Suspects Smuggled The Deadly Novichok Nerve Agent Into UK

    British authorities on Wednesday named two Russian suspects wanted for a brazen attack with the nerve agent Novichok on a former Russian spy and his daughter in the English city of Salisbury.

  • After "Trump Baby", Protesters Will Fly Blimp Of London Mayor In A Bikini

    After "Trump Baby", Protesters Will Fly Blimp Of London Mayor In A Bikini

    Remember the "Trump Baby" balloon depicting the U.S. president in diapers clutching his cellphone and throwing a tantrum, the one that protesters flew beside the Palace of Westminster during his visit to Britain in July?

  • After Berating His British Hosts, Trump Lauds May In Bid To Ease Tensions

    After Berating His British Hosts, Trump Lauds May In Bid To Ease Tensions

    President Donald Trump on Friday sought to undo the damage he'd done to British Prime Minister Theresa May, lavishing her with compliments one day after he was quoted in a British tabloid dismissing her approach to Brexit, praising one of her foes and threatening to upend their trade relationship - while boasting that she would have been better off...

  • UK Woman Exposed To Soviet-Era Nerve Agent Dies, Murder Probe Launched

    UK Woman Exposed To Soviet-Era Nerve Agent Dies, Murder Probe Launched

    A middle-aged British woman, who somehow came into contact with the Soviet-era nerve agent known as Novichok, died Sunday evening at a hospital in south England where she was being treated for exposure to the military-grade chemical weapon.

  • How A Russian Ex-Spy Was Saved From One Of The Deadliest Nerve Agents Ever

    How A Russian Ex-Spy Was Saved From One Of The Deadliest Nerve Agents Ever

    It has been one of the great mysteries of the poison attack on a former Russian spy and his daughter in England: How did the two survive the Soviet-era nerve agent Novichok, thought to be one of the most deadly chemical weapons ever created?

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