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Hiker claims he talked to Brian Laundrie
Thirty days on, the eruption activity at La Palma’s Cumbre Vieja volcano shows no signs of slowing, with video from the morning of October 19 documenting rivers of lava flowing across the island.By Sunday, October 17, at least 1,956 structures had been destroyed by lava flows covering 811.8 hectares (3.1 square miles), according to the European Union’s Copernicus satellite program.Aerial and thermal footage, released by the Spanish Geological and Mining Institute (IGME), shows the lava flow from the air on the morning of October 19. Credit: Instituto Geológico y Minero de España via Storyful
Kanye West has legally changed his name to Ye after a Los Angeles court approved his application. In August, the rapper formally requested to change his name to Ye after filing legal documents - citing "personal reasons" for the name change.
Alonso and Vettel have six F1 titles between them, but none were won with the Italian team
A young woman has been killed in a hit and run in Wood Lane, London on Tuesday, police believe. Initial enquiries reveal her injuries were caused as a result of a road traffic collision, police said. The victim, believed to be aged 23, was pronounced dead after paramedics dashed to the scene.
Mounted camera footage shows the moment a cyclist was struck by a deer three miles into a 26-mile charity cycle ride in Lumberton, New Jersey, on September 12.Newark resident Keith Bratcher Jr was taking part in the Wise Choice Cycling Club’s Auto Immune Disease Awareness Ride when his camera captured video showing an unfortunate incident involving a deer.Bratcher Jr’s footage shows the moment the deer jumps onto the road and directly into the group of riders, knocking one cyclist to the ground. Meanwhile, the deer flips as it flies through the air before it lands into a field on the other side of the road.Bratcher Jr said the rider was uninjured during incident and was able to complete the cycle. Credit: Keith Bratcher Jr via Storyful
The aviation regulator is consulting on increasing the cap on the airport’s price per passenger from £22 last year to between £24.50 and £34.40.
Former Nazi camp secretary goes on trial over murders of 11,000 people. Irmgard Furchner, who tried to flee last month, is accused of complicity in killings at Stutthof death camp
Mary Berry was made a Dame Commander by the Prince of Wales for a lifetime of cooking, writing and baking. The leading cookery writer and broadcaster has published more than 50 books during a career spanning more than five decades and will be honoured during a Windsor Castle investiture ceremony.
The BT-owned network said the number of customers reporting scams has fallen by 85% since its new anti-spam filter was introduced.
Germany announced joint patrols on its border with Poland on Wednesday to stem the flow of migrants entering illegally after travelling to Europe via Belarus.
A key part of the government's counter-terror strategy has returned to the headlines in the wake of the killing of MP Sir David Amess.
Labour frontbencher Bridget Phillipson has urged the government to double down on the Covid booster rollout and offer more guidance on mask wearing as coronavirus cases rise. "We've got gaps in our defences and the government must urgently seek to plug those gaps," she said.
Netflix is down for thousands of people across the world with users begging the streaming service to “please fix” the issues. Others suggested their Netflix came back to life briefly before cutting out again. Unable to access their television shows and movies, fans flooded social media with complaints.
<strong>Plane Talk: </strong>Go First is leading contender for the worst new airline name this decade
Mark Zuckerberg is said to be keen to signal the company’s intent to move beyond just social media and the controversies which have engulfed it.
At least seven migrants have died in the freezing no-man's land at Belarus's border with the European Union. Minsk has been subject to sanctions over last year's post-electoral crackdown ordered by strongman Alexander Lukashenko. His regime is accused of encouraging charter flights from Iraq and Turkey and then sending them towards the border, with neighbouring Lithuania wondering how thousands have come their way, compared with 80 migrants for all of 2020.
An adventurer travelling New Zealand has posted footage of his experiences enjoying some of what he calls the country’s “natural water slides”.Jesse St Louis, who says he is often called the “no frills Bear Grylls,” said the waterfalls and cascades are just some of “tons of hidden gems in this magical country.”St Louis told Storyful that he has made it his “mission” to “seek out natural water slides in different countries around the world.”He said he’d originally intended spending three months in New Zealand, but extended his stay due to the pandemic. He said he’d used the extra time “to find these truly awesome natural water slides.” Credit: Jesse St. Louis via Storyful
With celebrities such as Rihanna, Justin Bieber and Billie Eilish wearing its designs, Hungarian fashion house Nanushka has stardust many designers can only dream of. Yet the company is just one of a number of upstart designers from central Europe elbowing their way to the top of global fashion, showcasing their collections on the catwalks of London, Paris and New York as they target lucrative markets such as China and the United States. Once a struggling local brand, Budapest-based Nanushka has seen annual revenue grow 33-fold to 33 million euros ($38.32 million) since a private equity firm came aboard in 2016.
Charities have said thousands of people with compromised immune systems across the UK are being "shamefully let down" amid confusion over the rollout of the third dose of the COVID vaccine. People classed as extremely vulnerable from coronavirus due to serious health conditions have been contacting charities to report they are struggling to book "lifesaving" jab appointments - raising fears it might lead to "entirely avoidable deaths". Blood Cancer UK said the "failure" might lead to "entirely avoidable deaths" and called for the NHS to "urgently announce that immunocompromised people can go direct to mass vaccination centres" for their jab.
BERLIN (Reuters) -Germany may miss its target to donate 100 million COVID-19 vaccine doses this year due to conditions imposed by manufacturers and delivery shortfalls, a health ministry official said in a letter to Brussels seen by Reuters. The German foreign office said on Oct. 19 that Germany had only donated just over 17% of that amount. In a letter on Monday to the European Commission's Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Authority (HERA), health ministry state secretary Thomas Steffen said there were "ongoing bureaucratic, logistical and legal problems" imposed by vaccine makers on EU countries wanting to donate surplus shots.