Crowds in Italy give chilling salute for Benito Mussolini on 100th anniversary of dictatorship 

The 4,000-strong crowd was photographed making fascist salutes and heard a speech by Mussolini's great-granddaughter.
Raising their hands in a fascist salute, thousands of protesters sang in praise of Benito Mussolini to mark 100 years since the beginning of his dictatorship. In chilling scenes, as many as 4,000 fascist sympathizers marched on the despot’s crypt... Read more

Hijab heroine rock climber vanishes AGAIN after arriving back in Iran to cheering crowds

Fears are growing for Elnaz Rekabi, 33, pictured, who was forced to apologize and say her headscarf had slipped.
An Iranian climber who competed without a hijab in South Korea disappeared again after returning to Iran to cheer on the crowd. It was speculated that Elnaz Rekabi, 33, competed without a hijab in solidarity with Mahsa Amini, who died... Read more

Hijab heroine rock climber vanishes AGAIN after arriving back in Iran to cheering crowds

Fears are growing for Elnaz Rekabi, 33, pictured, who was forced to apologize and say her headscarf had slipped.
An Iranian climber who competed without a hijab in South Korea disappeared again after returning to Iran to cheer on the crowd. It was speculated that Elnaz Rekabi, 33, competed without a hijab in solidarity with Mahsa Amini, who died... Read more

King Charles made changes to Queen's procession allowing crowds a 'better look' at him

King Charles made last-minute changes to the queen's funeral procession, allowing crowds to get a better look at him
Revealed: King Charles made last-minute changes to long-standing plans for the queen’s funeral procession, allowing crowds to ‘get a better look’ at the new sovereign Original plans called for the horses to be mounted behind the Queen’s coffin. King Charles... Read more

Crowds gather to watch flotilla of 150 boats sail down the Thames in touching tribute to the Queen

The flagship was the Queens rowing barge Gloriana pictured during Reflections, Totally Thames festival, at dusk with the flotilla of boats on the River Thames
Crowds gathered to watch a flotilla of 150 boats sail down the Thames in tribute to the Queen this evening.  The luminescent tribute to Her Majesty was part of an installation called ‘Reflections’ and was originally planned to celebrate the... Read more

Crowds flock to see Andy Murray defeat Dmitry Popko in straight sets in possible Glasgow swan song  

Andy Murray celebrates his 6-3, 6-4 win over Dmirty Popko in the Davis Cup in Glasgow
Crowds flock to see Andy Murray defeat Dmitry Popko in straight sets in what could be the last time the former Wimbledon champion plays at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow as he thanks fans for the special moment. Andy Murray... Read more

King Charles III waves to crowds as he arrives Buckingham Palace

King Charles smiled as he was driven through the gates of Buckingham Palace
King Charles III smiled and waved at cheering well-wishers as he arrived at Buckingham Palace where he will host the ‘reception of the century’ for 1,000 VIPs including world leaders and foreign royals this evening – as Britain holds a minute’s... Read more

MIKE DICKSON: Roger Federer drew crowds in the thousands and always had a smile for fellow players

The great Roger Federer of all time announced his retirement from professional tennis on Thursday.
Roger Federer was the man who always had a smile for his teammates but was never afraid to humiliate them on court if he absolutely had to. Feliciano López, a close contemporary and twenty-year tour veteran, once said that no... Read more

Amanda Holden takes to Westminster Hall as she chats to crowds waiting to view the Queen's coffin

'Friendships forged forever in shared grief': Amanda Holden, 51, took to Westminster Hall on Friday as she chatted to crowds who were waiting hours to view the Queen's coffin
Amanda Holden made her way to Westminster Hall on Friday to chat to members of the public who were queuing to view the Queen’s coffin, following Her Majesty’s death on Thursday September 8 in Balmoral, Scotland. The presenter, 51, who usually... Read more

A Sicilian sizzler: Pretty Palermo is perfect in autumn, with fewer crowds and plenty of sunshine

Ancient and Modern: Nigel Tisdall explores the Sicilian city of Palermo and finds that it is 'enchanted' by its 'majestic buildings and rich history'.  Above is the central Piazza Pretoria and the church of Santa Caterina behind
Colombian novelist Gabriel García Márquez said: ‘Going to Sicily is better than going to the moon’. That might be exaggeration, but the Mediterranean’s largest island has an element of enigma, with its hot interior, religious fervor and associations with organized... Read more