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Hungary prepares for arrival of Pope Francis
Hungary prepares for arrival of Pope Francis
The Guardian view on the Aukus defence pact: taking on China. The agreement between the US, UK and Australia strengthens old ties as a new era unfolds in the Indo-Pacific region
Piers Morgan hired to launch Rupert Murdoch TV station talkTV. News UK TV station will be rival to floundering GB News and go on air early 2022
The model said she hoped to ‘uplift the next generation’ as she was unveiled by the organisation at an event in London on Thursday.
Glynn Purnell, Aktar Islam and Alex Claridge are calling for more young people to get hospitality industry jobs.
The homeowner says his conifers are doing the neighbours a favour.
The Dutch foreign minister has resigned after the lower house of parliament passed a motion of censure against the government over its handling of evacuations from Afghanistan amid the Taliban takeover
The will of Prince Philip, the late husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, will be sealed and remain private for at least 90 years to preserve the monarch's dignity, a judge at London's High Court has ruled. Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, who had been married to the 95-year-old British monarch for more than seven decades, died at the age of 99 at his wife's Windsor Castle home to the west of London on April 9. In keeping with a convention dating back to 1910, Andrew McFarlane, the president of the court's Family Division, said he had agreed Philip's will should be sealed up "and that no copy of the will should be made for the record or kept on the court file".
Around 3,000 unvaccinated health workers have been suspended from their jobs by the French government. It comes as the Italian government announced some of the strictest anti-COVID measures in the world, making it obligatory for all workers either to show proof of vaccination, a negative test or recent recovery from infection. Any worker who fails to present a valid health certificate will be suspended on no pay, but cannot be sacked.
‘Whatever you can do to make sure my daughter comes home, I’m asking for that help,’ says Joe Petito
A judge in California has dismissed a lawsuit from one of Marilyn Manson's ex-girlfriends, who accused him of raping and physically abusing her during their relationship. At a hearing on Tuesday, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Gregory Keosian ruled that the statute of limitations - the time limit for charges to be filed - on the woman's claims had expired. The woman, referred to as "Jane Doe", said the abuse started in 2011 and that repressed memories kept her from reporting it earlier.
Dutch Foreign Minister Sigrid Kaag resigned on Thursday, after a majority of parliament said she had mishandled the evacuation of refugees from Afghanistan last month. Members of parliament from across the political spectrum said Kaag bore responsibility for the government's slow response to the surge of the Taliban and for failing to prepare the safe passage of thousands of Afghans who could have been eligible for asylum in the Netherlands. "Your chamber has decided the Cabinet acted irresponsibly," Kaag said.
Model took over hosting duties last season
United Nations chief Antonio Guterres said a critical meeting on climate change later this year in Scotland is at risk of failure due to mistrust between developed and developing countries and a lack of ambitious goals among some emerging economies. The U.N. COP26 conference in Glasgow aims to wring much more ambitious climate action and the money to go with it from participants around the globe.
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones started a petition to get the controversial presenter deported
El Chapo safehouse given away as Mexican lottery prize
<strong>Exclusive: </strong>‘The fact he can stand in court and characterise himself as an upstanding citizen rubs salt in the wound for relatives,’ Harriet Harman says
Greensill review calls for lobbying transparency and new code of conduct. Report launched in response to David Cameron’s lobbying suggests ministers curb supply chain finance
Despite a slow start plagued by much controversy that still haunts President Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil's coronavirus vaccination campaign is now one of the fastest-paced and farthest-reaching in the world.
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Two dozen Republican attorneys general are warning the White House of impending legal action if a proposed coronavirus vaccine requirement for as many as 100 million Americans goes into effect