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LOS LLANOS DE ARIDANE, Spain (Reuters) -Families rushed to retrieve belongings from their homes and escape the advancing lava on Tuesday, as sirens sounded and helicopters flew overhead in air filled with smoke from an erupting volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma. The largest flow was advancing towards a banana plantation and water reservoir as it crept closer to the main street of the town of La Laguna, travelling at about 200 metres an hour, authorities said. Lorena, a 42-year-old Laguna resident, raced to salvage furniture and electrical appliances from her parents' home.
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Patients have the right to see their GPs face-to-face, the Prime Minister has said, as practices were put under pressure to move away from an over-reliance on digital consultations.
The temporary shutdowns were part of a range of restrictions imposed on the northeastern city after one case of community transmission, the report said, citing the Harbin government. The restrictions come as China celebrates the mid-moon festival on Tuesday, and ahead of the National Day golden week holiday starting on Oct. 1, a time of increased travel and social interraction. China on Tuesday reported 72 new confirmed coronavirus cases in the mainland for Sept. 20, down from 49 a day earlier, with the latest cluster of infection in the southeastern province of Fujian, according to National Health Commission data.
(Reuters) -London's FTSE 100 rebounded on Tuesday, aided by gains in energy and healthcare stocks, and Entain jumped to the top of the index after the Ladbrokes owner said it received an offer from DraftKings. The blue-chip FTSE 100 ended 1.0% higher and recorded its best session in two months. Oil major BP and Royal Dutch Shell were among the top boosts.
A lava flow which has forced the evacuation of thousands of people - including tourists - in the Canary Islands could reach the Atlantic Ocean and cause clouds of toxic gases and more explosions, experts have warned. Streams of molten rock were initially expected to reach the ocean on Monday night but have since slowed, officials said. Lava with a temperature of more than 1,000C (1,800F) was still flowing at 700 metres (2,300ft) per hour on Monday, according to the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, but mostly through unpopulated areas.
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Construction workers have clashed with police in locked down Melbourne after the government closed building sites across the city for two weeks. Crowds of builders turned on riot police forcing officers to flee after authorities made the controversial move, blaming the frequent movement of workers for spreading the coronavirus into rural areas. An anti-vaccine mandate protest in the city turned violent on Monday with workers bombarding a union building with glass bottles after they ordered workers to get a jab or face losing their job.
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