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LONDON (Reuters) -Britain on Saturday accused the Kremlin of seeking to install a pro-Russian leader in Ukraine, and said Russian intelligence officers had been in contact with a number of former Ukrainian politicians as part of plans for an invasion. The British foreign ministry declined to provide evidence to back its accusations, which came at a time of high tensions between Russia and the West over Russia's massing of troops near its border with Ukraine. Moscow has insisted it has no plans to invade.
Police have fired water cannons and tear gas in Brussels to disperse protesters marching against Covid-19 vaccinations and restrictions. The march followed demonstrations in other European capitals on Saturday that also drew thousands of people protesting about vaccine passports and other requirements that European governments have imposed in the hope of ending the coronavirus pandemic.
Dawson got a rare opportunity in the first of five Twenty20s at the Kensington Oval.
Boris Johnson has said he is taking an allegation from a Conservative MP that she was sacked as a minister because of her Muslim faith "extremely seriously". A Cabinet Office investigation has been ordered by the prime minister after Nusrat Ghani, who was sacked as transport minister in a February 2020 reshuffle, made her claim at the weekend. Ms Ghani said she was told by a whip, who she did not identify, that her "Muslimness was raised as an issue" at a meeting in Downing Street.
Hippos can communicate with one another and tell the difference between the honking sounds of their friends, neighbours and strangers, a study has found.
The actor playing Harry Potter has been fired from the Broadway production of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” following a complaint by a co-star about his conduct
A south London business owner has been fined more than £8,500 after selling a skin lightening cream which could cause severe burns. Adetola Amao, the owner of New Hair London in Woolwich, was fined a total of £8,515.50 by Bexley Magistrates’ Court after she sold the illegal skin lightening cream to an undercover trading standards officer in the midst of lockdown. The sting, which took place on February 18 last year, then led to 105 cosmetic products being seized from the shop a week later.
Everton are planning to interview Vitor Pereira as they continue their search for a new manager following the sacking of Rafael Benitez.
Vacancies range from managers and bar staff to cleaners and receptionists.
The Omicron variant has moved the Covid-19 pandemic into a new phase and could bring it to an end in Europe, the WHO Europe director said Sunday.
The Parachute Regiment was among those criticising the flags, saying they were ‘totally unacceptable’.
Greater Manchester Police said Paul Ologbose is thought to have been hit in the head once.
A British lawmaker's claim that she was sacked from a ministerial job partly because of her Muslim faith should be properly investigated if she makes a formal complaint, Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday. Nusrat Ghani, who lost her job as a junior transport minister in February 2020, told the Sunday Times that she was told by a "whip" - an enforcer of parliamentary discipline - that her "Muslimness" had been raised as an issue in her sacking. "We have absolutely zero tolerance for any discrimination, and any Islamophobia, in the Conservative Party," Raab told Sky News on Sunday.
COP26 president Alok Sharma MP has told Sky News that extracting more gas from the North Sea is not a "realistic" strategy for bringing down energy prices for UK consumers. MPs who have established a 'Net Zero Scrutiny Group' have been calling for the government to allow more drilling in the North Sea, arguing that it would be beneficial in terms of security and cost. "The idea that you will suddenly change things, and that will impact the price of wholesale gas internationally, I don't think that is realistic."
British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said there was a "deal to be done" on the Northern Ireland protocol that protects peace and works for all sides, ahead of a meeting with European Union Vice President Maros Sefcovic in Brussels on Monday. Sefcovic told European lawmakers on Thursday that the bloc wanted to resolve the impasse with Britain over Northern Ireland's trading arrangements by the end of February before campaigning begins for elections in the province. "There is a deal to be done, and we need to make it happen," Truss said in a statement on Sunday.
A wildfire that started in California’s Big Sur region on Friday, January 21, and prompted evacuation orders had burned through 1,050 acres by Sunday morning, officials said.The Colorado Fire, burning near Palo Colorado Canyon in Monterey County, was 25-percent contained as of Sunday morning, Cal Fire said.This footage, taken by Ryan Harpar on Saturday night, shows flames near Bixby Bridge. Credit: Ryan Harpar via Storyful
Chief whip Mark Spencer has denied making the comments to Nusrat Ghani saying the allegation is ‘defamatory’.
Researchers say ‘wheeze honks’ are identity signals, with reactions ranging from calls to spraying dung linked to level of familiarity
A curfew was announced for the north-eastern Syrian city of Hasakah as intense fighting between Islamic State (IS) fighters and Kurdish-led forces continued into its fourth day on Sunday, January 23.The Interior Board of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (AANES) said the curfew in Hasakah would start on Monday and last for seven days.On Thursday, IS militants attacked Gweiran Prison, where thousands of IS members have reportedly been held since the group’s defeat in Syria in 2019.Reports citing the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said at least 160 suspected militants and 27 members of the U.S.-backed force had been killed in the attack.The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said between 500 and 600 IS members now remain in the prison and are holding dozens of hostages, including prison staff.UNICEF said 850 children, some as young as 12, were in detention at Gweiran Prison and called for their release.“As fighting continues, the risk for children increases including to be harmed or forcibly recruited,” UNICEF said in a statement.This footage, provided on Sunday by the media arm of Kurdish-led YPG forces, shows ongoing fighting in Hasakah. Credit: YPG Press Office via Storyful
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