Prince Harry ‘left shaken’ by terrifying LA earthquake that struck after latest appearance | Royal | News

Royal observers watching Prince Harry's latest appearance only just missed the moment the Duke of Sussex was left shaken by a terrifying earthquake. In the early hours of Thursday morning, a huge 4.2-magnitude earthquake struck Los Angeles. ABC News royal contributor Omid Scobie, and author of the new controversial biography Finding Freedom, revealed that Harry "would definitely have felt...

Coronavirus Australia live: Victoria suburbs lockdown continues as Eden-Monaro byelection looms – latest updates | Australia news

A comprehensive testing program has found no traces of SARS-CoV-2 in Canberra’s sewage system. The testing program, carried out by experts from The Australian National University (ANU), examined Canberra’s sewage water for traces of the coronavirus which causes COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2. Testing sewage is a rapid and inexpensive way of tracking the coronavirus and potential community...

London protests live: Latest updates after 100 arrested at violent right-wing demonstrations in capital

More than 100 arrested as police officers and protesters injuredMore than 100 people were arrested at yesterday’s far-right protest in central London following violent clashes between hundreds of demonstrators and police. Six police officers suffered minor injuries during the demonstration, organised by far-right groups, after protesters took over areas near the Houses of Parliament and...

Latest retreat by Swiss prosecutors in high profile money laundering case raises key administration of justice questions: are they up to the job?

Swiss legal authorities have been forced into a climbdown over one of the country’s highest-profile money laundering cases, an investigation focused on the alleged theft of $176 million from Russia’s Otkritie bank, writes James Wilson. It has been reported that the three defendants have been offered four and five month suspended sentences by prosecutors and a SFr3000 fine, in...

COVID-19 update for May 23: Here’s the latest on coronavirus in B.C.

Article content continuedTo date, B.C. has identified 2,517 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Of those, 890 are in the Vancouver Coastal region, 1,244 are in the Fraser Health region, 127 are on Vancouver Island, 144 are in the Interior, and 62 are in the North.1 p.m. – No PNE but you can still get the mini donutsThe Pacific National Exhibition may have been cancelled for this year, but you can...

Transfer news LIVE: Sancho to Man Utd latest, Partey to Arsenal, Umtiti to Tottenham, Liverpool gossip

Welcome to the Evening Standard’s live blog covering the latest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League and beyond. Football in England has been halted ‘indefinitely’ due to the coronavirus crisis, and while hopes remain to resume the season by June 30, speculation around potential transfer for the 2020-21 season remains in full swing. We’ll keep you abreast of all the news...

Coronavirus latest updates: 14 more people die in UK as flight bans and lockdowns increase globally | World news

Arts Council England (ACE) has announced details of a three-month coronavirus action plan designed to ensure “as strong a sector as possible as we come out the other side of this crisis”. ACE has a £622m annual budget supporting England’s arts organisations – including theatres, orchestras, festivals and opera and dance companies – as well as individual artists, museums and libraries....

Coronavirus: Cruise ship turned away from five countries allowed to dock in Cambodia – latest news | World news

Chinese academics have launched an online petition challenging Beijing on freedom of speech in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, the South China Morning Post reports. They are calling for the day whistle-blowing doctor Li Wenliang died to become a national day for freedom of speech, and want the government to protect freedom of speech. The death of Li, who was threatened by security forces...

Live score and latest updates from Johannesburg

Welcome to our coverage for day three of the fourth Test between South Africa and England at The Wanderers. If the first day's play was marginally in England's favour, then day two was comprehensively the host's. Yes, there were some dodgy moments like losing three middle-order wickets in the space of five overs to fall to seven down for not much more than 270, but South Africa were left so...

live score and latest updates

Good afternoon and welcome to our live text commentary of this Champions Cup pool-stage tie between title-holders Saracens and Munster, a perennial powerhouse in this competition. We are in round four, which means this is the second leg of the December, home-and-away double-header that marks the halfway stage of the group fixture schedule. In soaking Limerick last Saturday, Munster dogged out a...