Tensions in Armenia have intensified since Prime Minister Pashinyan and the country's military locked horns in the wake of a string of dismissals of top military officials ordered by Pashinyan. The military has now called for Pashinyan's resignation, which the prime minister regards as "a coup attempt".
The Grand National - the world’s most famous and most dangerous steeplechase - is due to take place at Aintree, near Liverpool next month. Animal welfare campaigners have been calling for it to be scrapped for years because of the death toll it wreaks on racehorses.
The pandemic has claimed over 2.53 million lives worldwide, while the overall number of infected has surpassed 114 million cases, according to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.
Technological advances have revealed a major weakness in the kingdom's ability to defend itself, Denmark's top brass has warned amid criticism from NATO of the country's level of self-defence.
A group of Labour Party members have won the right to bring a joint case in the High Court to challenge their suspension from the party, despite the leadership spending years to prevent the cases from being joined. The members had been suspended for years without any form of resolution in their cases.
Washington previously stated that the US is "ready to reengage in meaningful diplomacy to achieve a mutual return to compliance with [the deal's] commitments".
According to some researchers, the monstrous space rock has a slight chance of hitting our planet in 2068, bringing with it massive damage.