An old hand grenade was found by a 14-year-old teenager, Azaan Jami, who was hunting for fossils on Saltburn Beach. Having discovered the grenade, he quickly called adults, who later alerted authorities.
The 'Faces of Power' article also lists Moroccan Jewish immigrant Marc Lasry, co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks basketball team, and Iranian-born Carnegie Mellon University President Farnam Jahanian as 'white'.
Breitbart Editor James Delingpole bemoaned rail passengers following COVID-19 rules - backed by fines of up to £3,200 - requiring they wear face masks on trains.
This year's commemoration of the tragic events of 2001 in the US overlapped with ongoing anti-racism and anti-police-brutality protests, which have at times resulted in casualties and destruction of buildings and other property.
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian posted a video on her Instagram account just to prove she has the normal number of toes, dispelling a rumour that surfaced last year after fans thought a promo image for a new perfume had been doctored to hide an extra digit.
Chris Evans, a famous American actor, particularly gained popularity after starring as Captain America in the Marvel Universe film franchise. He is also well-known for his work in "Knives Out", "Fantastic Four" and "Snowpiercer".
Founded in 2016, Astra is an space launch service based in Alameda, California. The company's stated goal is to construct smaller and more effective rockets to place satellites into orbit.
French-Senegalese director Maimouna Doucoure insists her film 'Cuties' is a warning of the dangers of society sexualising young girls, but social media users have called it pornographic and launched a boycott campaign against streaming service Netflix.
Russia Today columnist Bryan MacDonald highlighted the flaw's in Times and Guardian opinion writer Oliver Kamm's claim that RT and Sputnik journalists would be effectively blacklisted, noting that several of his former colleagues now work for the mainstream media.
Geeta Sidhu-Robb, one of two prospective Liberal Democrat candidates for London mayor, is also a millionairess, a former Conservative parliamentary candidate, and a director of two anti-Brexit campaigns.
The former French president was appearing on a television show focusing on racial issues that have gained particular awareness recently amid the Black Lives Matter protests triggered in the US by the death of black man George Floyd, which sent shockwaves reverberating globally.
Cardi B's hit rap song, "WAP", has ripped the charts since it dropped on 3 August, prompting a wave of reaction online - from critics slamming its explicitly sexual lyrics to ecstatic fans making mashups, memes and other works to glorify the song.
News of US President Donald Trump’s two-fold nomination for a 2021 Nobel Peace Prize was overshadowed on Friday by his own reelection campaign team’s paid promotion of a Facebook-based advertisement that announced: “President Trump was nominated for the Noble Peace Prize.”
The bizarre heist looked effortless as customers in the jewellery store did not move an inch while armed robbers looted the store. As India witnesses a massive economic slump, there has been a sharp upturn in street crimes.
Months of border hostilities between India and China have started to be reflected on social media with tech-savvy young people from both sides fighting a war of words on Twitter. The armies of the two Asian rivals have been involved in several skirmishes since April over the contested Ladakh region.
The book by the First Lady’s former friend and personal adviser Stephanie Winston Wolkoff saw the light of day on 1 September, immediately sparking debates with some thought-provoking claims, especially the ones concerning the relationship between FLOTUS and the president’s eldest daughter Ivanka.
Former White House intern Monica Lewinksy, notorious for her affair with then-President Bill Clinton which later led to his impeachment, tweeted on Thursday that she was unsure which automobile to purchase, sparking an immediate response on the social media platform.
'Cuties' is a French movie, directed by Maïmouna Doucouré, that revolves around the story of 11-year-old Amy, a girl who rebels against her conservative family. The film's advertising drew criticism after the release of a promotional poster, but Netflix promised that the illustration did not precisely represent the content of the feature.
The excerpts from Bob Woodward's upcoming book on US President caused some uproar this week after they revealed that the POTUS previously admitted to the veteran Washington Post reporter that he had tried to publicly downplay the COVID-19 threat in the past.
Following a massive explosion in the port of Beirut on 4 August, French President Emmanuel Macron paid two visits to Lebanon, voicing his support for peaceful change in the country.