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Protesters marched in Washington to rally for climate action on Friday, October 15, the concluding day of a week of demonstrations demanding a stop to fossil-fuel projects.This footage filmed by Vigil for Democracy shows a crowd marching down the streets of Washington with banners reading, “Biden no votes for fossil fuels” and “People vs fossil fuels.”More than 400 people had been arrested in the week’s protests as of Thursday, including 130 arrests at the Chamber of Commerce and Stewart Lee Udall Department of the Interior Building, according to participating organizations. Credit: Vigil for Democracy via Storyful
Kenya rejects UN court judgment giving Somalia control of resource-rich waters ICJ ruling aggravates fractious relations between two countries and threatens to destabilise restive region Kenyans on Lamu island in March calling for their fishing rights to be respected in the seven-year legal battle between Kenya and Somalia over the countries’ maritime demarcation in the Indian Ocean. Photograph: Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty
Behind-the-scenes footage of The Beatles has been teased in a new trailer for a highly anticipated documentary series on the Fab Four. Get Back, directed by Oscar winner Peter Jackson, has been created from almost 60 hours of previously unseen footage shot in January 1969, as well as more than 150 hours of unheard audio. The three-part documentary series, which will air on the Disney+ streaming service in November, follows John Lennon, Sir Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Sir Ringo Starr during a time when they were writing and rehearsing 14 new songs in preparation for the band's first live show in more than two years.
A closer look at the stats as Leicester prepare to host Manchester City in the Premier League.
This is the heart-stopping moment an impatient driver leapt from his car moments before it was hit by an oncoming train.
Christmas has come very early to Soham in Cambridgeshire. Helen and John Attlesey have covered their house with hundreds of Christmas decorations to raise money for charity. They started it ten years ago when their grandson was first diagnosed with epilepsy. This year though the light display comes in the middle of an energy crisis but Helen is reluctant to tell John how much the electricity bills are.
Shifting winds posed new challenges for firefighters battling a blaze in Southern California coastal mountains that threatened ranches and rural homes and kept a major highway shut down for days
An electric cargo drone designed to carry up to 200 kilograms (441 pounds) successfully completed its first public flight at the Intelligent Transport Systems and Services (ITS) World Congress 2021 in Hamburg, Germany, on October 12.This footage filmed by Volocopter GmbH shows the VoloDrone’s three-minute test flight. According to the company, the flight reached a maximum altitude of 22 meters (about 72 feet) while carrying a Euro-pallet-sized load in a box between the drone’s landing gear.The demonstration showed “how drone operations can extend the existing logistics infrastructure for land or sea transport to create entirely new supply chains and transport routes,” Volocopter said in a press release.The ITS World Congress, a convention centered on “smart mobility and the digitalization of transportation,” is being held in Hamburg from October 11 to 15. Credit: Volocopter GmbH via Storyful
UK to push plan to ‘halt and reverse global deforestation by 2030’ at Cop26Government will call for producers and consumers of commodities such as soya and cocoa to commit to stopping land clearances Highway BR-163 separates a soy field and rainforest in Pará state, Brazil. The Brazilian Amazon has faced unprecedented deforestation in recent years. Photograph: Léo Corrêa/AP
Investigators initially said it appeared to be an act of terror
Philip Allott had said Ms Everard should not have ‘submitted’ to arrest by her killer Wayne Couzens, a serving police officer.
Emergency services investigating cause of blast
A John Lewis home insurance advert featuring a young boy in a dress was praised by singer Stevie Nicks on Thursday after an online row. “Love this!” Nicks tweeted, re-posting the video on social media. John Lewis said the advert was a “dramatic, fictional story” that updated their successful 2015 insurance advert.
A New Zealand woman did her best Bruce Bogtrotter impression in Auckland, eating an entire three-tier Japanese cheesecake in under five minutes.Auckland-based competitive eater and model Nela Zisser can often be found making her way through outrageous food challenges.“It’s, like, so creamy,” Zisser says in the video as she eats the cheesecake, which she bought from Uncle Tetsu’s and decorated herself.She managed to scarf down the dessert in just four minutes and 55 seconds without the help of any liquids.Zisser’s YouTube account chronicles such food feats as wolfing down 10 Burger King Whoppers in 17 minutes, devouring a 1-kg burrito in just under 100 seconds, and consuming a 2.2-pound jar of Nutella in under four minutes. Credit: Nela Zisser via Storyful
Emily Thornberry was going to use a ‘word that can’t be broadcast’ in reaction to plans to ditch Brexit deal
A group of around 500 people will head from Amsterdam to Glasgow on a specially chartered train.
A government watchdog group says it has filed an ethics complaint against White House press secretary Jen Psaki for a comment she made earlier this week about Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe
On October 13, the United States announced plans to reopen its land borders with Mexico and Canada to fully-vaccinated travelers in November.
Dan Poulter says "aggressive law and order approach" needs a rethink.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has asked all police forces to immediately review security arrangements for MPs following the death of Sir David Amess. Following the killing of Sir David at his constituency surgery in Essex on Friday afternoon, Ms Patel chaired a meeting of police, security and intelligence agencies and also spoke to House of Commons' Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle. "The home secretary has asked all police forces to review security arrangements for MPs with immediate effect and will provide updates in due course," a spokesman for Ms Patel said.