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The mayor of San Francisco was spotted dancing and singing at an indoor nightclub without a mask, despite a strict city order to wear masks when inside
Song was previously heard in a trailer for ‘Spirit Untamed’
‘The $4m was paid, and my clients got none of it,’ says Eric Bland, a lawyer for deceased housekeeper Gloria Satterfield
Biden administration to announce large donation to Covax and a global summit, amid criticism of booster roll out
Travel companies have seen a sharp surge in bookings as the government announced the current traffic light system of red, amber and green countries will be scrapped for England from 4 October. Thomas Cook's chief executive said customers are "already booking in their droves" following the latest travel changes, with the holiday company experiencing its second-best day of bookings alone this year on Friday and expecting its "best weekend yet". Airlines including British Airways and easyJet also welcomed the major relaxing of travel rules for people coming in and out of England - but increased the pressure on the government to remove testing requirements altogether.
France on Friday said it was immediately recalling its ambassadors to the US and Australia for consultations after Australia struck a deal with the US and UK, which ended a $40 billion French-designed submarine deal. President Emmanuel Macron made the exceptional decision due to the “gravity of the announcements on September 15 by Australia and the United States”, said French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian in a statement.The rare diplomatic backlash against France’s allies came two days aft
The World Bank has dropped a popular report that ranked countries by how welcoming they are to businesses after allegations that it bowed to pressure from China and other governments
A health minister and close ally of Matt Hancock has left the Government after becoming embroiled in a series of controversies.
The UK is set to cut red tape on gene-edited crops in a post-Brexit move that could see products like less-bitter kale hit British supermarket shelves in the future.
A statue of Christopher Columbus that was taken down from Mexico City's central boulevard won't be going back up for months
Traders and shoppers reacted to government plans to revive the use of imperial measurements
Brazilian soccer great Pele took “a little step back” in his recovery from surgery to remove a tumor from his colon according to his daughter Kely Nascimento
The U.S. government aims to begin offering COVID-19 vaccine booster shots widely next week to Americans age 16 and up. A panel of outside advisers to the Food and Drug Administration voted against such broad coverage on Friday but backed a shot for people 65 and older, which the agency may or may not follow. President Joe Biden's administration faces criticism within the scientific community over whether the additional shots are needed for the general population.
City requires patrons prove vaccination and wear masks at all indoor venues
Washington's peace envoy says a Qatar Airways flight has taken more Americans out of Afghanistan, the third such airlift by the Mideast carrier since the Taliban takeover and the U.S. troop pullout from the country
As France stands poised to take on the rotating presidency of the European Union, we speak to the Minister for European Affairs, Clément Beaune. In recent weeks, there have been heated words between Paris and London over several issues, including irregular migration across the English Channel.
The final saw the three remaining contestants face a panel of Michelin-starred chefs.
There are 51 countries and territories on a new ‘safe to travel’ list, which will replace the former green and amber lists
The Pentagon apologised for a "tragic mistake" after admitting that a drone strike in Kabul last month killed only civilians, not an ISIS-K extremist as first believed.View on euronews
New episodes will arrive on Netflix in October.