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Hailstorm hits Dolce & Gabbana runway show in Italy
Capitol attack panel said to be considering subpoenas to Trump White House aidesMark Meadows, Dan Scavino and former campaign manager Brad Parscale are among those being targeted Donald Trump’s chief of staff Mark Meadows and deputy chief of staff Dan Scavino are being considered for subpoenas by the Capitol attack committee. Photograph: Andrew Harnik/AP
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Fresh earthquakes have prompted further evacuations in La Palma after Sunday's volcanic eruption.View on euronews
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A rare quake rattled southeastern Australia early Wednesday, shaking buildings, knocking down walls and sending panicked Melbourne residents running into the streets. The shallow tremor hit east of the country's second-largest city just after 9:00am local time (2300 GMT) and was felt hundreds of kilometres (miles) away.The US Geological Survey put the magnitude of the quake at 5.8, later revised up to 5.9, and said it struck at a depth of 10 kilometres (six miles).With Melbourne beginning its ei
This is the terrifying moment a strong earthquake shook a popular snow resort in Australia as skiers were riding down its slopes on Wednesday morning. CCTV footage captured the skiers sliding on Mount Buller in Victoria when the magnitude 6.0 tremor struck on September 22. Some people further up the slope appeared to stop for a few seconds to wait out the shaking. Relieved staff at the sloped said there was no avalanches and guests were fine and back skiing. The earthquake struck near Mansfield town near Melbourne, Victoria at a depth of 10 kilometres shortly before 9:15 a.m. local time, Geoscience Australia said. The agency also recorded a magnitude 4.0 aftershock. Tremors from the strong quake were felt up to 800 kilometres away in Adelaide, South Australia. No casualties or serious injuries have been recorded so far, but some properties were reported damaged, including a burger restaurant that collapsed in Melbourne's South Yarra suburbs. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said: "We have had no reports of serious injuries, or worse, and that is very good news and we hope that good news will continue." The quake is the strongest to rock Australia since the magnitude 6.6 tremor that hit near the resort town of Broome in the Kimberley region last 2019.
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So long, summer. Hello, autumn.
Embattled Chinese housing giant Evergrande said Wednesday it had agreed a deal with domestic bondholders that should allow the conglomerate to avoid default on one of its interest payments. Financial markets have tumbled over fears that the Chinese group could collapse, with the potential to derail the world's second-biggest economy.In a statement to the Shenzhen stock exchange, Evergrande's property unit Hengda said it had negotiated a plan to pay interest due on its 2025 bond, which Bloomberg
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