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The former cruiserweight king is relishing a return to London after winning Olympic gold in 2012
Customers of Robinhood, which benefited from a boom in retail trading during the COVID pandemic, have long asked for crypto wallets.View on euronews
It’s time to dial public health measures down from 11, professor behind Doherty modelling saysJodie McVernon says because Australia has vaccines that lower the Covid risk ‘we can start to turn the volume down’ on contact tracingFollow our Australia Covid live blog for the latest updatesNSW; and Vic restrictions; Vic hotspotsVaccine rollout tracker; Covid cases and data trackerGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing Prof Jodie McVernon of the Doherty Institute with treasurer Josh Fr
Clerics from Egypt's ancient seat of Sunni study Al-Azhar, who spent years teaching in Afghanistan and were planning to open an education centre for girls, hope their tolerant message of Islam will survive the return of the Taliban. The 1,000 year-old institution had opened a mission in Kabul in 2007, promoting what its clerics describe as Islam's peaceful tradition in a country where guerrillas have used religion as a justification for fighting for decades. The 23-person mission was repatriated to Egypt after being briefly stranded in Kabul when the Taliban swept into the Afghan capital last month.
Brad Pitt has reportedly brought a new lawsuit against estranged wife Angelina Jolie concerning the couple’s French vineyard. According to DailyMail.com, new court papers accuse Jolie of trying to remove Pitt from a deal to sell her shares in the former couple’s French property and vineyard, Chateau Miraval. The website says the court papers were filed in Luxembourg on Tuesday in regard to the property in Correns, France.
Brazil’s health minister Marcelo Queiroga met Boris Johnson only hours before his positive Covid result.
Long awaited report on right-wing terror threat was delayed by ‘explosion’ in cases as well as Covid-19
Russian travel agencies are selling package tours for Russians to receive foreign COVID-19 vaccines abroad amid frustration among some Russians that their domestically produced vaccines have not been approved internationally. Russia has not registered any foreign-made vaccines for use. It has approved four domestically produced vaccines including the two-dose Sputnik V. None of Russia's shots are approved by the World Health Organisation or European Union.
Germany: parking row brews as Green mayor plans to increase fees by 600%Controversial proposals for Tübingen are an attempt to deter car use in the city, with larger vehicles paying the most Mayor Boris Palmer, a member of the German Greens who regularly makes headlines with his controversial statements, has won initial support for his plan. Photograph: Yann Schreiber/AFP/Getty Images
‘Grave mistake’: climate scientists issue dire warning over Beetaloo Basin fracking plansGas projects must be halted if the Northern Territory government cannot meet promise to fully offset emissions, scientists sayGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing An Empire Energy gas exploration well in the Beetaloo Basin. The Northern Territory government has given the company partial approval to begin works. Photograph: Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
Labor demands Scott Morrison’s assurance Australia will maintain military freedom from USPenny Wong says prime minister is in ‘damage control’ after failing to do ‘diplomatic legwork’ before Aukus announcementGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing Opposition frontbencher Penny Wong says prime minister Scott Morrison only did ‘a fraction of the job’ before announcing the Aukus submarine deal. Photograph: Australian Defence Force/Getty Images
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Sir Hugh Bayley said British aid officials’ short-term focus had prevented them from preparing for China’s transition to high income country status.
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told France on Wednesday to “prenez un grip” (get a grip) in response to French ire over Australia's decision to scuttle a 2016 contract for French diesel-powered submarines in favour of a nuclear submarine deal with the US and the UK. Johnson’s comments came as French President Emmanuel Macron spoke to his US counterpart, Joe Biden, by telephone in a bid to calm tensions following Australia’s scrapping of a $66 billion (€56bn) French submarine deal.France is
Joe Biden offered Emmanuel Macron support over his plans for common EU defence in a victory for a French president wounded by the row over the secret Aukus security pact.
Families on Universal Credit are seven times more likely to face a crisis paying their bills and debts than others, according to new research for Sky News from the Resolution Foundation.
Scots caught with class A drugs such as cocaine and heroin could escape with a warning instead of being prosecuted, under official police guidance that has been attacked as "de facto decriminalisation".
Russia forest fire damage worst since records began, says Greenpeace. Analysis shows over 18.16m hectares were destroyed in 2021, an absolute record since satellite monitoring began