Diana: Key moments from her life
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Diana: Key moments from her life
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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British athletes continue to impress in Japan
The Biden administration is encouraging Senate lawmakers to finally repeal an Iraq war authorization crafted when Saddam Hussein was still alive
A huge fire that consumed thousands of railroad ties in rural western Alabama is still burning nearly two days after it started
Officials demolished the rest of the building in early July to aid in search efforts
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While these little wannabe SUVs aren’t quite the UK’s largest market, they are one of the fastest growing. Ostensibly you can see why. There’s more space for less length, with a high driving position for easier access and egress as well as improved forward vision, and they don’t look like the dread one-box multi-purpose vehicles (MPVs) which briefly flared and died as a market sector in the Nineties and Noughties.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of creating a confusing "halfway house" to freedom by abolishing social distancing laws from Monday but advising people to stay apart and warning they must wear face masks indefinitely.
Seven men found guilty of murder of Blackburn student Aya HachemThe 19-year-old was shot on the street by a man hired by the owner of a car wash business to kill a rival Aya Hachem, who was not the intended victim, was studying to be a barrister at Salford University. Photograph: Lancashire Police/PA
The International Olympic Committee said it is “looking into the matter”
The mass vaccination of children against Covid-19 is set to get the green light, with approval given for 16 and 17-year-olds to receive the jab.
Morning mail: plan for retail vaccination hubs, Biles wins bronze, Pentagon shooting. Wednesday: Operation Covid Shield could have 80% of Australians fully vaccinated by December. Plus: Australia’s men’s hockey team into gold medal match
Seven men have been found guilty of murdering a law student who was mistakenly gunned down in a botched drive-by shooting. Tyre firm boss Feroz Suleman, 40, arranged the execution of a rival businessman in broad daylight but the gunman he hired instead shot dead innocent passer-by Aya Hachem. The 19-year-old was said to be "in the wrong place at the wrong time" as the long-running feud between the neighbouring tyre companies culminated in Blackburn, Lancashire, on the afternoon of May 17 last year.
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There are plenty more medal opportunities for Team GB in Tokyo on Tuesday. Asher-Smith has pulled out due to injury but Jamaican Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce goes head-to-head with American Gabby Thomas, the fastest woman over 200m in the world this year. After withdrawing from the individual all-around, vault, uneven bars and floor finals in order to protect her mental health, Simone Biles is back competing again.
A “smokenado” formed during a fire at a recycling and salvaging plant in Burnsville, Alabama, on August 2.This video, filmed by a lineman at the Central Alabama Electric Cooperative, shows the smoke funnel.The cooperative told Storyful that their crews were waiting for the fire to be controlled enough to work on the damaged power lines. In a Facebook post they thanked the first responders who worked on the fire, saying “y’all are true heroes! #smokenado.”The fire had been burning at the National Salvage and Recycling Corp for three days as of August 3, according to local news reports. Credit: Central Alabama Electric Cooperative via Storyful