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Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of “going into hiding” while Scotland’s NHS faces the gravest crisis in its history.
Voters lined up Monday to cast ballots in Canadian elections that are headed for a photo finish, with liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's bid for a third term threatened by rookie conservative leader Erin O'Toole's strong challenge.
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Sacha Dench, who was attempting a world-first circumnavigation of mainland Britain to raise awareness about climate change, has been seriously injured after a paramotor accident in the western Highlands of Scotland.
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One in three workers would not take a job that required them to be in the office full time, research has found.
Drone footage shot from London, Kentucky, captured a line of thunderstorms sweeping across the Bluegrass State’s southeast on September 19.The National Weather Service (NWS) said the storms would affect “many locations between 7 PM and 9 PM” and could see areas further northwest impacted if the “precipitation holds together.” Credit: Johnnie Nicholson via Storyful
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New foreign secretary will demand ‘immediate and permanent release of all arbitrarily detained British nationals’
(Reuters) -British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the unprecedented surge in natural gas prices is a "temporary" problem caused by the global economy coming back after the pandemic, Bloomberg News reported https://bloom.bg/3hQcSYa. "They are caused by the resurgence of the global economy as COVID starts to retreat in parts of the world," he said. British business minister Kwasi Kwarteng said on Sunday following a meeting with the head of energy regulator Ofgem that Britain has plans in place to protect the market and consumers from soaring global gas prices.
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NSW Covid update: cases drop to three-week low of 935, but deaths yet to peak. Premier Gladys Berejiklian has warned again that Covid deaths will keep rising and people should ‘brace ourselves for October being the worst month’
Australia's New South Wales (NSW) state on Monday reported its lowest rise in daily COVID-19 cases in more than three weeks as some lockdown restrictions were eased in Sydney, the state capital, amid higher vaccination levels. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said 935 new cases had been detected in the state, the lowest daily tally since Aug. 27, and down from 1,083 on Sunday. "We're feeling more positive than we have in a couple of weeks ... but I don't want any of us to sit back and think the worst is behind us," Berejiklian told reporters in Sydney, warning of more deaths in the days ahead.
At a hilltop research centre high above the canopy, Vincent Medjibe is assessing the power of Gabon’s forests.
The rise in gas prices has been blamed on a cold winter which left stocks depleted, high demand and a reduction in supplies from Russia.