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The Business Secretary has pledged the ‘least amount of disruption possible’ among fears soaring gas prices could mean more energy suppliers go bust
Lebanon’s new government won a vote of confidence on Monday for a policy programme that aims to remedy a devastating economic crisis, despite the parliamentary session being delayed when the lights went off due to power shortages. The programme drawn up by Prime Minister Najib Mikati’s government promises to revive talks with the International Monetary Fund and initiate reforms that donors want to see before they will unlock badly needed foreign assistance.When the session finally began, Parliam
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Fears remain over the future of a number of UK energy providers due to surging gas costs as it was confirmed the price cap must "remain in place".
Frustration for New Zealand returnees as Covid quarantine waiting list hits 30,000Demand for MIQ spaces is vastly outstripping supply, with spots snapped up in just two hoursSee all our coronavirus coverage Demand for spots in New Zealand’s quarantine system (MIQ) is vastly outstripping supply. Photograph: Aleksandr Davydov/Alamy Stock Photo
‘Allegation is untrue’ says Cleveland police boss
Ben Raymond is accused of being a member of the neo-Nazi terrorist group after it was banned in 2016
A US doctor who said he performed an abortion in defiance of a new Texas law is being sued by two people seeking to test the legality of the state's near-total ban on the procedure. Former lawyers in Arkansas and Illinois have filed lawsuits against Dr Alan Braid, who in a weekend Washington Post opinion column, became the first Texas abortion provider to publicly reveal he violated the law that took effect on 1 September. Prosecutors cannot take criminal action against Dr Braid, because the law explicitly forbids that.
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Canada: mountain goat kills attacking grizzly bear with ‘dagger-like’ horns. Forensic necropsy of a female grizzly bear suggests she was killed by a goat, after the horns pierced the bear’s armpits and neck
New Zealand police arrest pair trying to enter Auckland with ‘large amount’ of KFCTwo men tried to reach city – where Covid restrictions banned takeaways – with $100,000, three buckets of chicken and an undisclosed quantity of fries, police saySee all our coronavirus coverage New Zealand police found three buckets of KFC chicken and an undisclosed quantity of fries when they arrested two men trying to cross into Auckland despite city's strict lockdown. Photograph: New Zealand Police
Morning mail: Victoria’s construction shutdown, Aukus fallout, fixing fashionTuesday: Victoria’s construction industry shut for two weeks following violent protests. Plus: France seeks to delay EU-Australia trade deal amid Aukus fallout Construction workers clash with unionists at a protest at CFMEU headquarters in Melbourne over vaccine mandates. Photograph: James Ross/EPA
Johnny Mercer added that the treatment of Afghan interpreters had been ‘deeply shameful’.
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"The remaining 1000 MW is unavailable until March 27, 2022 and our investigation into the fire at our site in Sellindge is ongoing," the grid said in an update on its website https://www.nationalgrid.com/incidents. Last week, the operator extinguished a fire at its IFA interconnector site in Sellindge, part of the connector that links the French and British power grids. National Grid has four operational interconnectors – two to France (IFA and IFA2), one to the Netherlands (BritNed) and one to Belgium (Nemo Link).
A judge has set a March 8 trial for five men accused of planning to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer
Bryan Scarlatos says he has ‘strong reason to believe’ that more indictments are coming
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has ordered a senior-level review of the Central Command investigation that determined that 10 Afghan civilians were mistakenly killed in a U.S. drone strike in Kabul on Aug. 29
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released satellite footage on September 20 showing the heat signature from a volcano on La Palma, one of Spain’s Canary Islands, following an eruption the previous day.The NOAA said on Monday the GOESEast satellite captured the “heat signature (reddish dot)” from La Palma’s Cumbre Vieja volcano.The eruption at the Cumbre Vieja volcano was reported around 3:30 pm local time on Sunday, September 19, and sent smoke and lava spewing out of several fissures.About 5,500 residents in the town of Tazacorte were evacuated as of Monday afternoon, according to local authorities, while police expected between 5,000 and 10,000 people to be evacuated from areas near the volcano. Credit: NOAA Satellites via Storyful