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Sudanese armed forces have fired live rounds on people protesting against an apparent military coup in Khartoum, the government said on Monday, as the country's top general dissolved the transitional government.
Northern California found itself in the crosshairs of a powerful “atmospheric river” on the morning of October 24, as heavy rainfall moved into the region.As of Sunday morning, more than two inches of rain had fallen over the previous 24 hours in San Francisco, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). Higher totals were reported in Santa Rosa and elevated areas north of San Francisco. The storm system was also expected to dump feet of snow at higher altitudes in the Sierra Nevada.Bay Area transit authorities reported disruptions to service due to the weather.This footage, taken in San Francisco on Sunday morning, shows stormy weather in the city. Credit: Edie Schaffer via Storyful
BEIJING (Reuters) -China said on Monday it will investigate energy price index providers as it urged coal industry participants to "strictly" meet contractual obligations, in its latest bid to tame prices that have hit record highs. The most-active thermal coal futures contract on the Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange, for delivery in January, fell more than 8% - its fourth straight daily decline - but recovered to close down 7% at 1,305.6 yuan ($204.51) per tonne. Thermal coal futures are still up around 150% year-to-date.
The former president’s son is selling T-shirts with the words: ‘Guns don’t kill people, Alec Baldwin kills people’ for $27.99 on his website
SpaceX is resolving toilet spills in its capsules before it launches another crew for NASA
A camera operator told authorities that Alec Baldwin had been careful with weapons on the set of the film “Rust” before the actor shot and killed a cinematographer with a gun he'd been told was safe to use, records released Sunday show
Social media abuse “which rots away the very foundations of society” must be stopped, 50 Conservative MPs have told technology giants.
Radio 1 presenter Adele Roberts revealed she is undergoing surgery for bowel cancer on Instagram
Even with new and updated climate action plans, and pledges from major polluters, the world is on track for 2.7C of warming, a UN report shows.
White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said the US is ‘deeply alarmed’ by reports of a coup in Khartoum
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Four migrants, three of them children, drowned on Tuesday after a boat in which they and 23 others were trying to cross from Turkey to Greece sank, the Greek coast guard said. Greece is one of the main routes into the European Union for asylum-seekers crossing from Turkey in flimsy, overcrowded rubber boats. The boat sank off the Greek island of Chios where strong winds were blowing, a coast guard statement said.
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The president of Lithuania met with a mother concerned for her LGBT+ child’s future, and the future of every other child like them.
Australia will aim for net zero carbon emissions by 2050 but will not pass legislation about the goal. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the government would instead rely on consumers and companies to push towards emission reductions. Australia had so far refused to join countries such as the UK and US in pledging to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 ahead of the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow next week.
Film-maker Chloe Zhao delivers an origin tale that prioritises storytelling over adrenaline.
Fisherman Max Maguire was stabbed to death outside a Royal British Legion in the New Forest.
The High Court is due to hear an appeal this week against a January decision not to extradite the 50-year-old to the US.
Joanna Lumley has called for a return to “wartime rationing” in a bid to reduce consumption and counter the effects of climate change. The Absolutely Fabulous actor suggested the introduction of a “voucher system” of food, goods and services to help people cut down. “That was how the war was – stuff was rationed – and at some stage I think we might have to go back to some kind of system of rationing, where you’re given a certain number of points and it’s up to you how to spend them, whether it’s buying a bottle of whisky or flying in an aeroplane.”
The advisory Climate Change Committee says the strategy published last week was an important statement ahead of the Cop26 climate summit.