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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.
Creator Álex Pina and others on the appeal of the Spanish series, which comes to an end on Friday
A passenger train has hit and killed two wild elephants in northeastern India
Metropolitan Police detectives have launched a high-risk missing persons investigation as they search for 11-year-old Mohammed Khan.
Former British number one Johanna Konta has announced her retirement from tennis, after struggling with a persistent knee problem over the past couple of years.
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.
Russia has massed more than 94,000 troops near Ukraine's borders and may be gearing up for a large-scale military offensive at the end of January, Ukraine's Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov told parliament on Friday, citing intelligence reports. Reznikov said Ukraine would not do anything to provoke the situation but was ready to fight back if Russia launched an attack. Ukraine and its NATO allies have sounded the alarm about Russian troop movements near Ukraine's borders this year, sparking worries that a simmering conflict in eastern Ukraine could erupt into open war.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warns of a return of the "nightmare scenario of a military confrontation" in Europe, as tensions spike over Ukraine. Speaking at the OSCE meeting in Stockholm, Lavrov accuses NATO of bringing its military infrastructure "closer to the Russian borders".
MHRA decision comes three months after it approved use of Ronapreve
Biden quips about ‘president’ Fauci in Covid speech: ‘I see him more than my wife’
The couple showed the reality of bringing up three children with autism.
HSBC was hit with the highest penalty, at 174.3 million euros (£148.3 million), for its role in rigging the foreign exchange spot trading market.
The US has delayed its removal of trade tariffs on UK steel and aluminium products amid concerns at the government's approach to the dispute with the EU on post-Brexit trade rules affecting Northern Ireland. The move was met with a defiant response from Whitehall as a spokesperson said it would not "affect the UK's approach" to the talks with Brussels on changes to the Northern Ireland Protocol - designed to prevent a hard border on the island of Ireland. The UK has threatened to trigger Article 16 - an emergency brake that allows the UK or EU to seek to suspend parts of the Brexit agreement that introduced some checks on the movement of goods to Northern Ireland from mainland Britain - if they lead to persistent trade difficulties.
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.
Budapest's Christmas market is welcoming visitors for the first time since the start of the pandemic.View on euronews
Letters: The government’s relentless campaign to demonise refugees arriving on our shores has led some to shrug off Channel crossing deaths, writes Jenny Sutton. Plus letters from Peter Pusey, Rowena Dawson and Jennifer Basannavar
Scientists at Cardiff University believe they have found the “trigger” behind the rare blood clot complications associated with the OxfordAstraZenecavaccine. The reaction can be traced to the way the adenovirus used by the jab binds with a specific protein in the blood kown as platelet factor 4 (PF4), researchers said. A team of scientists from the US and Cardiff said the reaction could spark a chain reaction in the immune system which can culminate in the development of blood clots.
Boris Johnson may have given parties go-ahead but experts warn against sharing air space in poorly ventilated rooms
President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were joined by Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff for the White House’s menorah lighting ceremony, marking the fourth night of Hanukkah on November 1.Emhoff, who is Jewish, led the lighting, and was joined by Chuck Schumer, the New York Senator and first Jewish Majority Leader.“This is a White House tradition, but for the first time in history it is a family tradition,” said Biden, referring to Emhoff. Credit: White House via Storyful
Concerns and reassurance over Christmas feature among the stories on Thursday’s front pages.