Possible coalitions in Germany
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Possible coalitions in Germany
The president of Lithuania met with a mother concerned for her LGBT+ child’s future, and the future of every other child like them.
Accounts and images from court documents, interviews and social media postings have revealed much of what happened when actor Alec Baldwin shot and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on an Old West movie set in New Mexico
On Sunday nightclubs will be able to reopen in Northern Ireland for the first time since the start of the pandemic. A Belfast nightclub manager has expressed concerns about having to police Covid entry checks in the absence of a mandatory passport system. Sean Duffy, general manager of Love & Death in the city centre, said he feels Stormont is “passing the buck” on to the nightclub sector ahead of the planned reopening on October 31. The Executive has advised venues to introduce their own Covid entry checks but has stopped short of bringing in a mandatory system similar to the one operating in the Irish Republic.
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“We will not be murdering people” reads a disclaimer on Boxpark’s website
Government will also freeze fuel duty to make it cheaper to drive
Trailer for Buzz Lightyear's origin story released
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain's Queen Elizabeth carried out her first official engagement on Tuesday since spending a night in hospital and being ordered to rest by her doctors. The 95-year-old queen, the world's oldest and longest-reigning monarch, stayed overnight at London's King Edward VII private hospital last Wednesday after undergoing "preliminary investigations" for an unspecified but not COVID-19 related ailment. It was Elizabeth's first overnight hospital stay for years, but royal officials said she was in good spirits and she returned to her Windsor Castle home the following day where she got back to carrying out light duties.
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The candidates running to become New York City’s mayor lobbed accusations at each other about palling around with gangsters and acting like children or clowns, but their second debate ended on a surprisingly tender note involving cats and veganism
Climate activists in hard hats scaled a U.K. government building Tuesday, unfurling a banner demanding that countries attending the U.N. climate conference invest in plant-based alternatives to meat
Haiti's telecoms networks have sharply cut back on service because of fuel shortages caused by the tightening grip of criminal gangs on the capital Port-au-Prince, company officials said Tuesday.
The Netherlands’ biggest pension fund says it will stop investing in companies that produce fossil fuels
Standards committee accuses former minister of an "egregious case of paid advocacy".
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will update MPs on his financial plans on Wednesday afternoon.
Border Force officers and RNLI lifeboat crews responded to an incident in the sea near the port town of Harwich on Monday.
Tommy Dorfman has admitted she didn’t want to look back on her Time magazine shoot in 20 years’ time and ask: “Bitch, why are you in a mesh bodysuit?”
The NCAA has fallen short of upholding its commitment to gender equity, spending more on male athletes on average than female ones
Chicago Blackhawks CEO Danny Wirtz has met with his players a day after a report detailed how senior team leaders badly mishandled allegations that an assistant coach sexually assaulted a player during the team’s Stanley Cup run in 2010
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.