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ABOARD SEA-WATCH 3, Mediterranean (Reuters) - German NGO Sea-Watch said on Friday it had rescued nearly 100 migrants in the Mediterranean overnight, many of whom were injured, some with severe "fuel burns" - chemical burns caused by exposure to gasoline mixed with seawater. Migrant boat departures from Libya and Tunisia to Italy and other parts of Europe have increased in recent months with better weather. According to the U.N.'s International Organization for Migration (IOM), more than 1,100 people fleeing conflict and poverty in Africa and the Middle East have perished this year in the Mediterranean.
"I don't think I've got that in me, to take it to that level."
The links between Welsh slate and slaverySteve Cushion on the Pennant family, who used the profits made by enslaved workers in Jamaica to expand the Penrhyn slate quarry ‘The money Pennant generated from sugar and slavery in Jamaica was invested in building road, railway and port infrastructure, as well as expanding the slate industry in Wales, in particular his Penrhyn slate quarry.’ Photograph: RCAHMW/PA
Britons have finished just outside the medal positions 11 times in Tokyo at the time of writing
New Zealand has introduced legislation to ban conversion therapy, insisting the horrific practice has “no place in modern New Zealand”.
Greece has dispatched more than 200 police officers to its top tourist islands due to fears of a surge in Covid variants just days after relaxing measures following complaints from local business. Extra forces have been sent to Mykonos and Ios, two of Greece’s most popular island holiday destinations, which are now threatened with a local lockdown following a surge in infections, notably among the young. Infection rates have shot up among people aged between 20 and 30. Several other islands are
Some 2,589 people were recorded as sleeping rough in London between April and June, according to the Combined Homelessness And Information Network.
Lewis Hughes, 24, has admitted assaulting England’s chief medical officer.
Olympic antihero: how Michael Gove trashed the legacy of London 2012Chris Dunne on the successful school sport partnership scheme that the Conservatives dismantled in 2010 – and on why good coaching is the crucial factor at any level of sport Sue Campbell, now director of women’s football at the Football Association, chaired both the Youth Sport Trust and UK Sport in the run-up to the 2012 London Olympics. Photograph: John Walton/PA
Harry Potter star takes over the role from Olivia Colman
Data expert Tim White believes the Government may announce the change next week.
The findings, which have not been peer reviewed, were revealed as the firm announced plans to seek regulatory approval for booster jabs. The presentation said protection against the Delta variant was five times higher in adults aged up to 55 who got a third dose of the vaccine. For older age groups, the third dose could provide 11 times more protection against the Delta variant, it said.
A "yobbish" former estate agent left Professor Chris Whitty "humiliated" after he put him in a headlock when England's Chief Medical Officer declined to take a photo with him. Lewis Hughes, 24, of Romford, Essex, put his future at risk with "10 seconds of madness" when he accosted Prof Whitty in St James's Park in central London last month, Westminster Magistrates' Court heard. Footage of the incident, lasting around 20 seconds, was widely shared on social media. Hughes, who was sacked following
Novak Djokovic’s bid for the fabled “Golden Slam” ended on Friday night after a three-set defeat to Germany's Alex Zverev in the semi-final of the men’s tennis. Djokovic, 34, was trying to become the first man to win titles at the four Grand Slam tournament venues in Melbourne, Paris, London and New York as well as an Olympic crown.The Serb had already secured trophies in Australia, France and England to take him level with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal on 20 Grand Slam trophies.And he appeared
Baby Elephant Rescued After Falling Into Village Well In India
The actor is taking over from Olivia Colman as Her Majesty in Netflix's hit royal drama.
Demonstrators wave ‘no green pass’ placards after government announces vaccine passport scheme to access indoor venues
Four people have been killed in Turkish wildfires as firefighters battled blazes across the Mediterranean resort regions. More than 70 wildfires broke out in provinces on Turkey’s Aegean and Mediterranean coasts as well as inland areas, President Tayyip Erdogan said. The worst fires were in the Manavgat and Akseki regions, in Antalya province, where strong winds forced the fire toward settlements on Wednesday.
Roads were closed outside the Camden Town underground station in north London on Friday, July 30 after emergency services responded to reports of a man on fire. According to reports, a man was found on fire outside the station, and he was detained under the mental health act and taken to hospital with non-life-threatening burns. The footage was filmed and posted on social media by @ZiOrim.