TWO BRITISH Special Forces soldiers deployed on a top-secret humanitarian mission in Yemen have been injured in a roadside bomb blast. The soldiers, members of the elite SAS regiment, were part of a joint US-UK mission to identify areas in which supplies can be dropped to starving refugees.
AN ancient Egyptian coffin is being shipped back to Cairo from the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art after curators made the shocking discovery the gold centrepiece had been stolen and flogged to them for $4 million.
INDIAN Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been urged to take “revenge” on Pakistan after a terror attack by militants in the disputed Kashmir region which claimed the lives of 44 paramilitary police, further ramping up tensions between the two nuclear-armed nations.
SHAMIMA Begum fled to Syria from her home in Bethnal Green as a schoolgirl. But four years later, the ISIS bride has given a shock interview after giving birth to a boy and admitted “I don’t regret it”.
LEADING Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has taken aim at the eurozone’s growth record, claiming that the European project proves “the more Europe, the worse you do” - amid mounting fears over economic collapse in the EU.
Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling The world was horrified last year when Spain sent thousands of police clad in riot gear to Catalonia to prevent voters from casting ballots for independence. Declaring the vote unconstitutional, police attacked voters with batons, teargas and rubber bullets. Later, Spanish authorities smashed their way into polling stations. There, they dragged voters away as they seized ballot boxes. Several pro-referendum leaders were arrested. Hundreds of Catalonians, draped in blue and red and yellow stripped secessionist flags, were injured. Seeing police kick people, young and old, a voter, who had tried to cast her ballot, told the BBC “Today, I’ve seen...