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French President Emmanuel Macron has announced that psychology appointments in France will be funded by the government starting next year
US records largest annual increase in murders in six decadesNational murder rate rises nearly 30%, with figure increasing across all regions and from small towns to cities The increase in murders does not erase safety gains since 1991. Photograph: Jay Paul/Reuters
Five-year-old regrets first rollercoaster ride
Covid has wiped out years of progress on life expectancy, finds studyPandemic behind biggest fall in life expectancy in western Europe since second world war, say researchers The study analysed data from 29 countries and found 27 had experienced reductions in life expectancy. Photograph: Jorge Mantilla/NurPhoto/Rex/Shutterstock
The company is already conducting trials for children aged 12-17
The Benchmarking Partnership released estimates on missed blood tests based on data collected from six UK testing centres.
With approval ratings as high as 80 percent, German Chancellor Angela Merkel leaves office with support that leaders across the world can only envy. But her popularity wasn't enough to lead her conservative bloc to victory in Sunday's elections. Instead, the CDU/CSU plummeted to historic lows, gathering just over 24% of the vote compared to the centre-left SPD's 25.7%. So what might a post-Merkel Germany look like? And can French politicians learn anything from the experience as they prepare for presidential elections in April of 2022? Leo Klimm, a German journalist based in France, joined us for Perspective.
Scotland's new vaccine passport scheme for entry into nightclubs and large events will not be enforced until two weeks after it is introduced.
South Korea says North Korea has fired an unidentified projectile into the sea
Scientists studied a period 230 million years ago when the world underwent major environmental changes.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko called on Tuesday for changes to the constitution that would prevent an opposition movement that rose up against him in mass street protests last year from taking power, the state news agency Belta reported. President since 1994, Lukashenko has touted constitutional reform as a way out of the political crisis following a disputed election in August 2020. Backed by Russia, Lukashenko unleashed a violent crackdown to disperse the protests, in which tens of thousands of people were detained.
In the current climate, the last thing anyone wishes to do is spark a rash of panic-buying. Goodness knows we’ve quite enough of that at the moment, what with all the chaos at the petrol pumps.
Small boats arrivals in 2021 now stand at more than double the figure for the whole of 2020, when 8,417 people crossed the Dover Strait.
Home and Away's Nikau Parata worries about his ex-girlfriend Bella Nixon on UK screens next week as she prepares to give up on her dreams.
Security has been tightened around Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte after spotters were reported to be seen scoping out his movements
Swipe comes as Labour leader wins conference support for rulebook reforms
Residents in several of the Canary Island's neighbourhoods have been confined to their homes due to fears of toxic gas emissions.View on euronews
Adrian and Lorraine Marshall may have to tear down a giant 'catio' in the front garden of their home in Blackpool after a neighbour complained.
The vaccination situation in Europe is a story of two regions
The UK has been struggling with supply chain issues due to a shortage of lorry drivers blamed on COVID-19, Brexit, and an ageing workforce. View on euronews