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HONG KONG (Reuters) -A Hong Kong opposition trade union coalition, the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions, said on Sunday it would disband, adding to several civil society organisations that have ceased operating in the financial hub this year. The organisation passed a motion last week to disband, HKCTU Co-President Joe Wong told a news conference. "We want to apologise to the people of Hong Kong that we cannot continue," Wong said tearfully, adding that some members had recently recieved messages threatening their safety.
British gangs and international rivals join forces to increase cocaine sales. Analysis by National Crime Agency finds more than 1,700 UK criminal groups involved in drug supply
Britain’s broadcast media is too valuable to be the toy of politicians and moguls. Rupert Murdoch launches a new channel, C4 is threatened and notions of impartiality seem up for grabs. Are we seeing a challenge to the old order?
World's first space tourists splashdown after three days orbiting Earth - the first time it's been done without a professional astronaut on board.View on euronews
‘Persuasion first, violence later’: the Taliban’s new vice and virtue approachIn his first interview with western media, Kandahar’s enforcer promises that things will be different from the brutal 1990s A Taliban policeman slaps a boy for loitering. Force is now supposed to be a last resort, according to Kandahar’s new vice and virtue chief. Photograph: Oliver Weiken/DPA
The interest rates decision comes amid fears over rampant price rises after inflation jumped to a nine-year high of 3.2% last month.
The ball is in China's court when it comes to making the United Nations COP26 climate change conference in November a success, Britain's Alok Sharma, the summit's president, said on Sunday. Sharma, who said he had had "constructive and very frank discussions" during a visit to China earlier this month, said China's President Xi Jinping had not yet confirmed whether he would attend the summit.
Universal credit cut will push 800,000 people into poverty, Boris Johnson warnedSenior Tories plot to force government U-turn Iain Duncan Smith and others address Boris Johnson in the House of Commons. Photograph: UK Parliament/Roger Harris/PA
Cedella Marley: ‘The mission is to spread Daddy’s music to every corner of the Earth’As a new musical about the life of Bob Marley prepares to celebrate his spirit and classic songs, Marley’s daughter, plus the director and star of Get Up, Stand Up!, discuss his extraordinary legacy Cedella Marley photographed in Miami, Florida by Jeffrey Salter for the Observer. Photograph: Jeffery Salter/The Observer
A bar of dark milk butterscotch hits the spot after Kew. The gardens’ gift shop has plenty to satisfy my chocolate craving
World's first space tourists splashdown after three days orbiting Earth - the first time it's been done without a professional astronaut on boardView on euronews
The former dancer says she still can't believe how her life has turned out.
The former champion said he had ‘done nothing wrong’
MPs and peers said the fall of Afghanistan showed Britain’s national security machinery is ‘inadequate to the task’.
Huguenots, Jews, Bengalis … now developers size up London’s Brick LaneLocals, hipsters and councillors are at odds over glossy plans to revamp the Truman Brewery in London’s East End enclave A banner against the redevelopment of the Truman Brewery hangs over Brick Lane. Photograph: Antonio Olmos/The Observer
Securing affordable and healthy food for low-income communities is increasingly challenging, but urban farming could be the solution.View on euronews
Actor wore Saint Laurent sheer crystal dress for 2021 Met Gala
The big picture: standing out from the crowd in New Delhi, 1984A lifelong passion for India and its people is evident in Mitch Epstein’s colourful new collection Republic Day parade, New Delhi, 1984. Photograph: Mitch Epstein
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says France would have known Australia had “deep and grave concerns” that a submarine fleet the French were building would not meet Australia's needs