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We should not allow the Anglosphere to distort the history of libertyThe Aukus deal reveals some still prefer to perpetuate the myth of the Anglo-Saxons as defenders of liberty than face the reality of today’s struggles President Joe Biden announces the Aukus deal with Boris Johnson and Scott Morrison Photograph: Kent Nishimura/Los Angeles Times/REX/Shutterstock
Actor stars in the new film serving as a series prequel, ‘The Many Saints of Newark’
The Insulate Britain group has called on authorities to insulate all British homes by 2025 to cut emissions and save power.View on euronews
Climate crisis: do we need millions of machines sucking CO2 from the air?From turning CO2 into rock to capturing the breath of office workers, a growing number of companies think the answer is yes The Canadian firm Carbon Engineering’s pilot plant pellet reactor and associated equipment. Photograph: Carbon Engineering
A resident in Dudhamali, a small village in India's Gujarat state, was shaking when he came home to find an uninvited guest that had made itself comfortable in his house.
French President Emmanuel Macron urged Beirut on Friday to implement urgent reform measures and push ahead with International Monetary Fund (IMF) talks, adding that France would continue to support Lebanon. Macron made his comments after meeting Lebanon's Prime Minister Najib Mikati, who is on his first foreign trip after successfully forming a government earlier this month. "With you and your ministers, we have an opportunity to really push ahead on the reforms path," Macron said during a news conference held after the meeting.
He will make his return to celebrate the show’s 60th anniversary.
How to improve your confidence and manage anxiety: A three-week course with Ian RobertsonConfidence is one of the most precious resources you can have - and yet it’s often one of the most hard-won. Discover the secrets to building your confidence, with neuroscientist and clinical psychologist Ian Robertson, in this three-week action-focused course.Online workshopDates: Three consecutive Tuesdays, from 22 February 2022 to 8 March 2022 Times 6.30pm - 8.30pm (GMT) Professor Ian Robertson Photograph
Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries visits the Worcestershire Medal Service in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, where the Queen's Platinum Jubilee medal is being struck ahead of next year's celebrations. The medal will be awarded to serving frontline staff with five years' service, including police, fire, paramedic and prison staff and armed forces personnel. Exclusive footage of the previously unseen medal and interviews with Nadine Dorries and Worcestershire Medal Service chief executive Phil McDermott.
Representatives of families bereaved in the Troubles took to the streets to express their opposition to the ending of prosecutions.
'Call the Midwife' is back on screens for another snowy special.
Not even the most remote place on Earth has been spared from man-made damage. Here’s how we can protect Antarctica and why it’s important to act now. View on euronews
Call of the wild: planned Dartmoor crackdown ‘will penalise campers’Move to restrict where people can sleep under canvas will reverse the public’s hard-won right to enjoy the national park Shamus McCaffery’s tent on Dartmoor. Photograph: Shamus McCaffery
‘We need a Biden-style green investment, going big, and this is the first instalment of that’
More than 100 people gathered at General Gordon Square in Woolwich to hold a vigil in memory of 15-year-old Tamim Ian Habimana, who was stabbed to death while walking home in south-east London. His mother, Hawa Haragakiza, called for more to be done to protect people on the UK’s streets.
THE HAGUE (Reuters) -Hundreds of protesters marched against the introduction of a "corona pass" in the Netherlands on Saturday, as proof of COVID-19 vaccination became compulsory to get into bars, restaurants, theatres and other venues. Hours after the requirement to show the pass or a recent negative coronavirus test took effect, the government of caretaker Prime Minister Mark Rutte sacked a cabinet minister who had publicly questioned the measure. Rutte's office said Deputy Economic Affairs Minister Mona Keijzer had been dismissed because her comments went against cabinet policy on an issue "of such importance and weight".
Grant Shapps was speaking on Sky News' Trevor Phillips on Sunday programme as panicked motorists caused lengthy queues at petrol stations for a third day. A shortage of fuel tanker drivers has forced some retailers to shut their pumps and ration sales. As well as appearing to blame the public for the crisis, arguing if people filled their cars as normal there would not be a problem, the cabinet minister also accused a road haulage group of causing the "manufactured situation", claiming it was "desperate to have more European drivers undercutting British salaries".
The sixth day of searching in Florida’s Carlton Reserve for Brian Laundrie commenced on Friday morning, September 24, after the FBI issued a warrant for his arrest related to the death of Gabby Petito and asked the public for information.Officials used ATVs and swamp buggies to traverse the difficult terrain. Specialized dive teams were called in to search bodies of water, the Sarasota Sheriff said.The FBI joined the search for Laundrie after authorities found Petito’s body in the Spread Creek Dispersed Camping Area of the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming. Her death was determined to be a homicide, the FBI said in a statement.A federal warrant was issued for Laundrie’s arrest on September 22, the FBI announced, “pursuant to a Federal Grand Jury indictment related to Mr Laundrie’s activities following the death of Gabrielle Petito.”Laundrie has not been seen since September 13, according to reports.Video shared with Storyful by the North Port Police captured scenes from Friday’s search. Via email, the department said, “This is an FBI led criminal investigation and North Port Police are assisting our federal partner in any way we can to bring this investigation to a close.”In the footage, North Port Police Commander Joe Fussell said, “We’re covering this area as well as we can. These guys are working really hard … We’re working as hard as we can to find him now as we were on day one.” Credit: North Port Police via Storyful
Once among the Roman Empire's most beautiful cities, Leptis Magna lies neglected and shunned by tourists after a decade of war, but some see its potential for rebirth.
Aerial shots of drivers queueing in their cars for petrol as they fear a fuel shortage due to a lack of HGV operators.