Friends cast open up about 'no hook-up' policy
Friends cast open up about 'no hook-up' policy
‘There are thousands of them on the East Coast right now’
MANILA/WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The Philippines has again suspended a decision to scrap a crucial agreement governing the U.S. troop presence in the country, its foreign minister said on Monday, amid continuing maritime pressure from China. The Pentagon welcomed the announcement from Manila - the third suspension of the decision covering the two-decade-old Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) that had been due to expire in August - but analysts said there would be disappointment in both countries that it was not renewed. Philippine Foreign Minister Teodoro Locsin said the suspension would be for a further six months while President Rodrigo Duterte "studies, and both sides further address his concerns regarding, particular aspects of the agreement".
‘It’s lovely to know he made the time in his busy schedule in order to come to Mass,’ priest says
An explanation of the global findings about this new vaccine from the lead researcher in the South African leg of the trial
The French government’s chief medical officer, Jérôme Salomon, said on Monday the obligation to wear a face mask outside in many areas of France could probably end on 30 June, as part of the last phase of lifting Covid-19 restrictions. However, mask-wearing should remain obligatory indoors, for the time being Salomon told French radio station RTL.So far, no decision on the issue has been made by the French health minister Olivier Véran.Meanwhile, the vaccination of young people aged between 12 a
Drag Race superstar icon Gottmik stars in an all-trans masc cast for for a music video celebrating a world where coming out as trans isn’t an “earth-shattering experience”.
French nuclear firm trying to fix ‘performance issue’ at China plant. EDF subsidiary reportedly warned of ‘imminent radiological threat’ at Taishan nuclear power plant
Northern Ireland’s most popular supermarkets will be unharmed by any EU ban on British bangers, the Telegraph can reveal, as London and Brussels teeter on the brink of a sausage trade war. The row totally dominated the G7 meeting in Cornwall, was mentioned at Monday’s NATO summit and risks stoking tensions in Northern Ireland ahead of the marching season. But Tesco, which boasts 50 stores in Northern Ireland, has only stocked sausages from local suppliers for several years. Marks and Spencer, wh
An elderly man labelled police officers "scum" for walking past the Cenotaph with their face masks on. Footage from June 14 shows a man calling officers "scum" as they walked past the Cenotaph while policing an anti-lockdown protest in London. He is heard saying: "You do not walk past the Cenotaph with a mask on your face."
Incident took place about 40 miles southeast of El Paso, less than one mile from Mexican border
‘Did you order the assassination of the woman who walked into the Congress and who was shot and killed by a policeman?’
The Guardian view on delaying lockdown easing: sadly unavoidable. The exponential spread of the Delta variant, and the uncertainties surrounding it, mean pausing the roadmap is justified
Power shortages hit Lone Star state amid crushing heat wave
Fuel cell vehicle will start testing later this year.
All over-40s will now be offered their second vaccine eight weeks after their first
The Brazilian government on Monday authorized the employment of the National Security Force (FNS) to protect the Yanomami indigenous people and their reservation lands for 90 days in the northern state of Roraima bordering Venezuela. The measure by the Justice Ministry published in the official gazette follows increasing attacks with firearms by illegal wildcat gold miners who have invaded Yanomami lands on Brazil's largest reservation. More than 20,000 miners are illegally prospecting on the reservation and polluting rivers with mercury used to separate gold from ore.
Britain is unlikely to reopen overseas travel to the major European holiday destinations until the beginning of August, UK ambassadors have warned. With domestic unlocking delayed for four weeks, Toni Mayor, the head of the Hosbec association of Valencia region hoteliers, said he did not expect to see UK tourism take off until August, following a meeting with Hugh Elliott, the UK ambassador. Turkish tourist chiefs are also understood to have received a similar message after meeting with UK Forei
A string of countries are warning hospitals are now full of Covid-19 admissions as new variants, particularly the Delta strain first found in India, threaten to swamp wards. As the highly infectious strain spreads round the world, several countries have pleaded with citizens to abide by safety restrictions over fears their health systems buckle as they did in India. At the weekend Felix Tshisekedi, President of the Democratic Republic of Congo, warned hospitals in its capital, Kinshasa, had been
UK government accused of undermining trust
Two arrested after gunshots heard in Queens Park on Sunday evening, say Metropolitan Police