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The latest review of the UK’s travel restrictions is the most eagerly anticipated yet, with hopes that additions to the green list could mean a last-minute summer holiday abroad. From August 2, fully vaccinated people travelling from the EU and the US can enter the UK without having to quarantine. The rumoured amber watchlist could put thousands of holidaymakers at risk of having to stay in hotel quarantine.
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DUBAI (Reuters) -Iran is dropping plans for prisoner swaps with the United States due to "breaches" by Washington in efforts to free the detainees, an unnamed Iranian official told the semi-official Nour News agency on Tuesday. Tehran and President Joe Biden's administration have been communicating on prisoner exchanges aimed at securing the release of Iranians held in U.S. jails and other countries over violations of U.S. sanctions, and of Americans jailed in Iran. "With the continuing Biden administration...breaches, there is no incentive on Iran's part to continue this process and therefore the exchanges issue in its current form will be completely removed from its agenda," the official told Nour News, which is close to Iran's top national security body.
Police in West Seneca, New York, said they dispatched their “two best dog whisperers” after receiving reports on August 2 of a dog named Buttercup trapped deep under the foundation of a house.Police, who documented the rescue operation in a series of tongue-in-cheek updates on Twitter, posted a photo of two officers at the scene, including one looking worried as she kneeled down near a hole through which they were trying to reach the dog, and the other officer on his feet, cocking his head and wearing a pair of sunglasses.“Buttercup somehow managed to make his way deep under the home’s foundation and can’t get out. Officer Rave is very concerned. Officer Pingitore is only concerned with looking cool.,” the police department tweeted.With Buttercup out of reach, police determined that digging a hole was “the only way out.” They then posted a video of Officer Pingatore using a shovel as Officer Rave lay on her belly, trying to gain access to the dog. “We’ve brought in the heavy machinery,” police tweeted. “Not a precision machine though as he just shoveled dirt on Officer Rave’s head.”In a moment police say was inspired by the ongoing Summer Olympics, Pingatore passed a flashlight to Rave “like a relay baton.”Eventually, after some more digging, Officer Rave managed to reach in and grabbed a hold of Buttercup, reuniting her with her owners. “Gold medals for everyone!” West Seneca Police tweeted.West Seneca Police said Officer Pingitore, who was shown standing near Officer Rave as she lay in the dirt trying to reach Buttercup, would “make a great supervisor someday.” Credit: West Seneca Police via Storyful
French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi, which has lagged behind rivals in developing new generation mRNA Covid-19 vaccines has announced it has purchased a US firm specialising in the technology. In a statement released this Tuesday, Sanofi said it will buy Translate Bio, with which it has been working to develop an mRNA Covid jab for 2.7 billion dollars.Sanofi was left trailing in the race to break out a Covid-19 vaccine in 2020, as rivals Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna used pioneering mRNA technology
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Coronavirus deaths have climbed to the highest level in three months in England and Wales, latest data from the Office for National Statistics shows. In England, the number of COVID-related deaths increased to 308 in the latest week compared with 213 in the previous week. Meanwhile, deaths involving coronavirus in Wales increased to 16 in the week to 23 July compared with four the week before.
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London lags behind the rest of the country on vaccinations, placing individuals at risk and leaving our city far from herd immunity. In the UK, 72.7 per cent of people have received two doses, but in London it is 62.1 per cent. And that figure masks local variation. To counter this, we need to adopt a carrot and stick approach.
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China’s biggest gaming company Tencent Holdings says it will limit gaming time for minors and ban children under 12 from making in-game purchases after a state media article called games “spiritual opium."
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