Israel-Gaza conflict: Heavy bombing continues in Gaza as Israeli PM says he wants to ‘level heavy price’ on Hamas

Heavy bombing has continued in Gaza in the early hours of the morning as Israeli warplanes unleashed a series of airstrikes across several locations.  Explosions rocked Gaza City for 10 minutes on Monday morning, lasting longer and targeting a wider area than the air raids that killed 42 Palestinians a day before. The violent assaults have ensued for a week,

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Billy Joe Saunders’ cars as boxer enjoys collection of Rolls Royce and Ferrari ahead of Canelo Alvarez fight

BILLY JOE SAUNDERS has lived his career in the fast line by amassing an amazing collection of cars. The super-middleweight is on the cusp of the biggest fight of his career on Saturday night, facing pound-for-pound king Canelo Alvarez. In the pre-fight media days, Saunders, 31, showed off his style by dressing in a Versace robe and slick grey suit.

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Is Meghan Markle's new book sending a coded message about Harry's army ambitions? Royal expert Ingrid Seward reveals all

TWO years ago tomorrow, when Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born in utmost secrecy, it became obvious that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wanted privacy for their little boy. But here we are now awaiting the publication of a children’s book all about her husband and son. 🔵 Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest updates ‘The Bench’, by Meghan, Duchess

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America’s Cup: American Magic boss Terry Hutchinson on why Team New Zealand will struggle with Cup ‘challenges’

American Magic skipper and CEO Terry Hutchinson thinks a Deed of Gift challenge in the United Kingdom next year for the 37th America’s Cup would be a “massive step backwards” for the competition. It’s understood IneosTeam UK owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Team New Zealand boss Grant Dalton are entertaining the idea of a Deed of Gift challenge on the

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