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G7 leaders began talks in Bavaria, by mocking Russian president Vladimir Putin. The world leaders referenced the Russian President’s penchant for ultra-macho, topless official photographs. They suggested they remove their jackets for a photograph, to show that they are ‘tougher’ than the Russian leader.
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Analysis: A price cap on Russian oil and potential famine in Africa are among issues pressing for attention
The broadcaster and ex-EastEnders hardman said he wants portrayals of serving and former soldiers to reflect their positive contributions to society.
Move comes after India’s Supreme Court cleared Modi of any wrongdoing related to Gujarat riots in 2002, when he was state’s chief minister
At least one person was killed when an explosion destroyed a house and damaged several others in Birmingham, England, on Sunday, June 26, authorities said.The West Midlands Fire Service (WMFS) said crews responded to reports of an explosion in the Kingstanding area of the city on Sunday evening at 8:38 pm. The incident, believed to be a gas explosion, destroyed one property and significantly damaged three others.One resident was taken to a nearby hospital with life-threatening injuries on Sunday evening, WMFS said, while four others were treated for minor injuries at the scene. A woman was later found dead at the scene, WMFS said on Monday morning.This footage by Agustin Schiariti shows the damaged properties on Dulwich Road after the explosion. Credit: Agustin Schiariti via Storyful
GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (Reuters) - Hundreds of protesters marched in the southern German town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen on Sunday, near where leaders of the Group of Seven countries are meeting, demanding action on climate change. Leaders of the G7 - the United States, Germany, France, Britain, Italy, Canada and Japan - started a three-day summit on Sunday at Schloss Elmau in the Bavarian mountains, set to be dominated by the war in Ukraine. Under a banner reading "Global Justice, Saving Climate Instead of Arming" several speakers addressed a crowd of protesters, calling for more action to fight climate change.
If Amy Coney Barrett serves to Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s age, she will be a justice until 2059. We must reform the court now, or risk it losing its legitimacy forever
The Prince has suggested the UK should create a national day to commemorate the victims of slavery
The 19-year-old environment activist addressed the festival crowd from the Pyramid Stage.
Collective bargaining carried out by unions can ultimately benefit employers, not just employees.
Canadian miniature sculptor Juliana LePine filmed herself masterfully crafting a model of comic book character Harley Quinn, in footage posted to YouTube on June 8.“This was a long project, most of it was livestreamed classes on my YouTube channel in Portuguese, some parts were recorded classes,” wrote LePine. “She has so many details that I couldn’t make a shorter video.”The work of the Alberta-based miniaturist can be seen on her Instagram account.LePine’s many models have included detailed reproductions of artists such as Vincent van Gogh, John Lennon, Axl Rose, and Freddie Mercury, as well as fictional characters like Doc Brown, and Dracula. Credit: Juliana LePine Sculptures via Storyful
THOUSANDS of people took to the streets of Glasgow on Saturday to celebrate Pride.
A joint report from the Food Standards Agency and Food Standards Scotland raised concerns.
A 29-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman who was attacked while walking in east London. Detectives said they believed Zara Aleena was “attacked by a stranger” while walking along Cranbrook Road in the direction of Gants Hill station in the early hours of Sunday. Emergency services were called to the scene in Ilford at 2.44am after members of the public found Ms Aleena with serious head injuries.
General Sir Patrick Sanders warns Britain’s armed forces must be prepared to ‘fight and win’ to prevent the spread of war in Europe
People attending Pride celebrations hosted by LGBTQ+ communities across the United States this weekend expressed outrage at the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the constitutional right to abortion as well as a wave of anti-transgender legislation.
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