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The Kremlin said on Thursday that the probability of a new conflict in eastern Ukraine remained high and that Moscow was concerned by "aggressive" rhetoric from Kyiv and an increase in what it called provocative actions. Moscow denies planning an invasion and accuses Ukraine of building up its own forces in the east of the country.
Fatigue was the most common symptom affecting people with the condition, followed by shortness of breath.
The Council of Europe said Friday it will launch disciplinary action against Turkey for refusing to free prominent activist and philanthropist Osman Kavala, triggering a procedure used only once before in the organisation's history.
TfL has warned the next round of Night Tube strikes will affect services on the Victoria and Central lines from 7pm on both Friday and Saturday, with the possibility of “severe disruption”. The strike action – over the rosters used to staff the Night Tube – are due to continue on the two lines for each weekend until December 18, when a 24-hour walkout is planned on five lines. Almost 30,000 passengers used the Night Tube when it resumed for the first time in 20 months last weekend.
As reports of Christmas party cancellations mount due to Covid concerns, Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer has said Labour are not planning to cancel their celebrations but will "look at them event by event". He added the public needs "clarity" from the government on coronavirus guidelines this Christmas and said he would "like to see the government actually obeying the rules this year which they didn't do last year".
Creator Álex Pina and others on the appeal of the Spanish series, which comes to an end on Friday
Part inspired by his own life, actor Aml Ameen says his directorial debut "Boxing Day" is different from other festive films: it is the first British Christmas rom-com led by a majority Black cast. As well as directing and co-writing the movie, Ameen plays Los Angeles-based British author Melvin, who returns to his London home for Christmas to introduce his American fiancee Lisa to his British-Caribbean family. The film provides plenty of laughs as well as typically festive London scenes.
Social media reacts as Sajid Javid reveals it is a “family tradition” to kiss his wife under the mistletoe.
Shadow Business Secretary Jonathan Reynolds says "if there is one thing" known about Boris Johnson, it is that he "doesn't believe" rules apply to him. He concedes that expanding the booster campaign "is the right thing to do" but thinks the government needs to back the Test and Trace system to stop disruption to people's lives.
The couple showed the reality of bringing up three children with autism.
Torridge, Gwynedd and Mid Sussex are recording the highest rates.
Health Secretary Sajid Javid announces the government have purchased an additional 114 million doses from Pfizer and Moderna. He says these will be for 2022 and 2023, and will be the companies' "latest" vaccines at that time.
David Dalaithngu, better known as David Gulpilil, who has died probably aged 68, became Australia’s most famous Aboriginal actor after being cast by the British director Nicolas Roeg in his classic 1971 Outback drama, Walkabout.
Arsenal star Gabriel fought off a baseball bat-wielding thug who attempted to steal his car. Gabriel Magalhaes, known as Gabriel, had just returned to his home in Barnet, north London, when he was approached by three men as he got out of his car on August 20.
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‘Multiple complaints of sexual misconduct’ have been made against American coach Rana Reider
A passenger train has hit and killed two wild elephants in northeastern India
Dunst’s breakout role was as a teenager in ‘Interview with the Vampire’
Shell pulls out of Cambo oilfield project. Green campaigners welcome oil giant’s decision not to go ahead with controversial project off Shetland
A new system to allow victims in rape trials to give pre-recorded evidence is becoming “unworkable” because lawyers are refusing to take on cases, MPs have been warned. Evidence in modern-day slavery and serious sexual offence cases can now be taped months in advance of a criminal trial, to be replayed later in front of a jury. The measure – under Section 28 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act – is intended to help vulnerable witnesses avoid having to wait months or even years for a court showdown with the defendant.