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A knife-wielding man has been apprehended outside Ariana Grande’s Los Angeles, California, residence after a scuffle with security guards.
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The non-binding resolution noted the inability of European forces to secure an airport such as Kabul for evacuations without U.S. support. The parliament also criticised the U.S. planning of a drawdown from Afghanistan that EU lawmakers said was unilateral and without sufficient coordination with NATO allies, many of which are EU members. The dependency on Washington for evacuations from Afghanistan has triggered fresh discussions in the European Union about the establishment of a rapid reaction force.
On Sept. 14, the Department of Justice filed an emergency order requesting a temporary halt to Texas' new abortion law.
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Victoria’s electric vehicle tax faces high court challenge Case, launched by two Melbourne EV drivers, will argue the levy is unconstitutional and ‘similar to the GST which is a commonwealth tax’Get our free news app; get our morning email briefing A legal team will argue that the Victorian government does not have the constitutional power to impose a new tax on EV drivers. Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters
Five European countries have come together to officiate the biggest transnational UNESCO biosphere reserve.View on euronews
INTERVIEW: After a four-decade career making his name as crooks and cops in films from ‘Bad Boys’ to ‘The Matrix’, the beloved Italian-American actor is heading back to his roots for lighthearted drama ‘From the Vine’. He tells Kevin E G Perry about confronting the immigrant experience, escaping small town America, and why people get his hit mob show wrong
The then 19-year-old, from Derby, was handed a suspended four-month jail term last year
Britain is to begin replacing or scrapping European Union regulations that were copied into British law before the country's exit from the bloc, Brexit minister David Frost said on Thursday. To avoid uncertainty and confusion as Britain untangled itself from the EU after 40 years, the government automatically carried thousands of EU laws and regulations into British law so that they would still apply after Brexit. Frost cited data rights, rules on genetically modified organisms, clinical trials and port services as examples of areas where the government planned to move away from EU regulations.
John Lewis Partnership is chartering a fleet of extra ships, alongside a number of other businesses, as part of plans to tackle supply chain woes in time for Christmas, the retail group’s chairman told the Evening Standard. The business behind John Lewis and Waitrose gave the update as it revealed pre-tax losses have narrowed and sales have bounced back to better than pre-pandemic levels. Sharon White, the chairman of the employee-owned business, told the Standard: “We are going very hard and really fast to make sure Christmas gets saved for our customers.”
Scientists warn climate change will have major implications for fisheries and marine conservation
Pussycat Dolls star Kimberley Wyatt has said that she hopes the "drama" currently surrounding the band's reunion tour gets resolved, so that she can "go and live the dream" on stage. The pop group's founder Robin Antin is suing lead singer Nicole Scherzinger over claims she wanted "complete creative control" on the reunion tour. Bandmate Wyatt told Sky News it was a "tricky situation" but that the group wants to get back on stage.
Sons of Gloria Satterfield say attorney failed to pay settlement for death of mother, as he faces charges of insurance fraud
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EU countries urged to protect journalists as number of attacks risesEuropean Commission calls for action as it says 908 media workers were attacked in 23 EU states last year Vĕra Jourová said the European Commission was telling member states: ‘Don’t underestimate the threats and the warning signs that the journalists are under.’ Photograph: François Walschaerts/AFP/Getty Images
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London commuters battled travel mayhem on Thursday at rush hour after a person was hit by a train at Queenstown Road station. Paramedics rushed to the station, two stops before Waterloo for South Western Trains, at 8am on Thursday but the person was pronounced dead at the scene. Delays caused by the death would last until 2.30pm with reports of passengers being stuck on trains, South Western Rail said.
The then 19-year-old, from Derby, was handed a suspended four-month jail term last year.
‘What a journey it’s been. [The] surgery went well my dad is thriving kidney is working great’ rapper’s son told fans