Kids won't want to swap these dishes for crisps!
The monarch will increase public engagements to "where the focus is"
The former head of women police in a southern Afghanistan province was seriously wounded and her husband — also a police officer — was killed Sunday in an attack by unidentified gunmen, provincial officials said. Omer Zwak, spokesman for Helmand's provincial governor, said unidentified gunmen opened fire on the couple in the provincial capital Lashkar Gah.
China’s foreign minister warned the Biden administration on Sunday to roll back former President Donald Trump’s “dangerous practice” of showing support for Taiwan, the island democracy Beijing claims as its own territory. The Chinese claim to Taiwan, which split with the mainland in 1949, is an “insurmountable red line,” Wang Yi said at a news conference during the annual meeting of China’s ceremonial legislature.
Do kids grow faster when no one is looking?. From toddler to ginger-maned prince, our lad has spent the past year secretly growing
Interior design: a taste of the tropics in HackneyOnce a motley collection of bedsits, this Victorian house is now an artist’s little slice of paradise ‘It was an absolute wreck, with windows falling out, no heating and not much in the way of plumbing or electrics’: Blue Curry at his Hackney home. Photograph: Rachael Smith/The Observer
Afghans dread the ‘danger hours’ as fragile gains of 20 years slip away. As the deadline for US withdrawal looms, the Taliban are seizing their chance and the death toll rises daily
The boy died after he was rescued alongside a 34-year-old woman and 14-year-old boy from the flat in Greenwich.
Amanda Spielman said children are ‘adaptable and flexible’ around things like mask-wearing and testing
Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool are “too big” to sacrifice the rest of their Premier League campaign to focus on the Champions League - even if it represents their best chance of salvaging a poor season. Winning the Champions League would offer a route back into next season’s elite tournament but there is still a long way to go on that front even though they hold a 2-0 lead heading into next week’s last-16 second leg against RB Leipzig.
Morgan has criticised the duke and duchess of Sussex multiple times in recent weeks
NHS England calls up people aged 56-59 for Covid vaccine. Matt Hancock urges everyone eligible to book after eight in 10 people in England aged 65-69 took up offer
Swiss voters are deciding on a far-right proposal to ban facial coverings as they take to the polls on Sunday in a binding referendum viewed as a test of attitudes toward Muslims. The proposal under the Swiss system of direct democracy does not mention Islam directly and also aims to stop violent street protesters from wearing masks, yet local politicians, media and campaigners have dubbed it the burqa ban. He called facial covering "a symbol for this extreme, political Islam which has become increasingly prominent in Europe and which has no place in Switzerland".
Two-hour special will air on Sunday 7 March
China is willing to engage with "all parties" to ease the crisis in neighbouring Myanmar and is not taking sides, the Chinese government's top diplomat, State Councillor Wang Yi, said on Sunday. Beijing has said the situation in Myanmar, where the military seized power last month, was "absolutely not what China wants to see" and has dismissed social media rumours of Chinese involvement in the coup as nonsense. "China is ... willing to contact and communicate with all parties on the basis of respecting Myanmar's sovereignty and the will of the people, so as to play a constructive role in easing tensions," Wang told a news conference on the sidelines of China's annual gathering of parliament.
Strong on rhetoric, weak on substance – so much for the ‘vision’ of Global BritainThe evangelists in government claim that a new era of greatness in trade and influence is on its way. But the evidence of disaster is piling up
Broadcaster shared a tribute to his sister on social media
Pupils to go back to the classroom across England on Monday
Israel has opened most of its economy as part of its final phase of lifting coronavirus lockdown restrictions, some of them in place since September. Bars and restaurants, event halls, sporting events, hotels and all primary and secondary education may reopen to the public on Sunday, with some restrictions on entry and capacity. Israel has sped ahead with its immunization campaign.
The leader of Sri Lanka's Catholics demanded that the government find the perpetrators of deadly Easter attacks two years ago, as black-clad worshippers held silent protests outside the capital's churches on Sunday.