These are the “Big Three” guide dog breeds – but a charity says German shepherds have an unfair reputation and are the misunderstood victims of stereotyping.
- by Joe Pinkstone
“Moscow is waging a battle for a global catastrophe,” said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. “They need world food markets to collapse.”
- by Pavel Polityuk
Warsaw authorities said it would increase Poland’s military presence along the border in response. They also summoned Belarus’ top diplomat in protest.
- by Vanessa Gera
In her first visit to the Philippines, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen pledged to restart negotiations on a trade deal as China’s actions in the South China Sea rattle the region.
- by Latika Bourke
Francis seems aware that he has limited time to solidify changes he believes necessary for the 21st century church – and where better to display them than a World Youth Day.
- by Nicole Winfield
Investigators believe about 1000 people could be involved in helping organised crime gangs import record amounts of cocaine and other illegal goods into Australia.
- by Rob Harris
The leader of the aborted “march for justice” on Moscow’s military leadership in late June has published a voice message to would-be fighters with his Wagner Group.
The brutal assault of an American tourist sent shockwaves through the Irish capital, throwing the spotlight on youth violence in the city.
- by Rob Harris
Researchers confirmed the names of 212 fighters from Germany, Austria and the Netherlands who went missing during the conflict that foreshadowed World War II.
- by David Brunat
The aim for William was to raise the profile and work of three previous Earthshot prize winners.