Massive blaze rips through Iranian port near nuclear power station as seven ships burn – after a series of mysterious explosions around the country 

A massive blaze has broken out at an Iranian port, ripping through at least seven ships – the latest in a string of mysterious fires and explosions to hit the country.   Dramatic video purporting to show the blaze shows thick…

More mysterious blazes hit Iran as fire rips through three ships near country’s only nuclear power plant – the latest in a series of blasts around the country including one at a uranium facility

A massive blaze has broken out at an Iranian port, ripping through at least seven ships – the latest in a string of mysterious fires and explosions to hit the country.   Dramatic video purporting to show the blaze shows thick…

Ibiza’s streets lie eerily empty while Brits are told to book sunbathing slots on Benidorm’s beach and a fresh outbreak near Barcelona plunges 160,000 people back into lockdown 

Magaluf’s notorious party strip has been closed after boozed-up British yobs were filmed jumping on cars, as Ibiza streets are pictured lying eerily empty after a sharp drop in tourism due to the coronavirus pandemic.  The images show shops with…

Ibiza’s streets lie eerily empty while Brits are told to book sunbathing slots on Benidorm’s beach and a fresh outbreak near Barcelona plunges 160,000 people back into lockdown 

Magaluf’s notorious party strip has been closed after boozed-up British yobs were filmed jumping on cars.  Meanwhile, images from Ibiza show shops with their shutters down, nightclubs with no revellers and restaurants with no diners on the party island, which…

Masks and Mickey: Disneyland Paris reopens after four-month closure with compulsory face coverings, 2,000 hand-washing stations and no hugs with Disney characters 

Disneyland Paris opened its doors for the first time in four months today with compulsory masks, socially-distanced queues and hundreds of hand-washing stations scattered around the park.   The theme park closed on March 12 as the coronavirus pandemic started to…

Snap to attention: Hundreds of baby crocodiles line up like a tiny army on the banks of a river before taking the plunge in India 

Hundreds of baby crocodiles have been photographed lining up like a tiny army on the banks of a river before taking the plunge in India.  The 20-day-old gharials, a genus of crocodile unique to South Asia, darken the banking of…

Caning in the age of coronavirus: Child abuser is whipped 74 times while wearing a face shield promoting local travel firm in Indonesia’s conservative Aceh region 

A convicted sex offender was given 74 lashes in a public whipping in Indonesia today – wearing a face shield emblazoned with the name of a local travel firm.   The caning was handed out under Sharia law in the arch-conservative…

At least ten children aged seven to 13 and two staff members, both 21, catch coronavirus at an English language summer camp in Spain

At least ten children, aged between seven and 13, and two staff members, both 21, caught coronavirus at an English language summer camp in Spain. Health officials carried out 59 tests – 42 of which were on the children –…

At least ten children aged seven to 13 and two staff members, both 21, catch coronavirus at an English language summer camp in Spain

At least ten children, aged between seven and 13, and two staff members, both 21, caught coronavirus at an English language summer camp in Spain. Health officials carried out 59 tests – 42 of which were on the children –…

Apple wins EU court battle over order to pay £12billion in back taxes after the tech giant was accused of having an illegal sweetheart deal with Ireland

Apple has won its EU court battle over an order claiming it owes almost £12billion in Irish back taxes, dealing a blow to the bloc’s attempts to crack down on sweetheart tax deals.   The European Commission said Apple benefited from illegal state…