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UK prime minister uses colourful language to tell world leaders to "grow up" and stop "trashing" planet.
More than 200 people were arrested after a protest over Covid-19 vaccine mandates at Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance on Wednesday, September 22, SBS reported, citing police.Footage posted by Herald Sun journalist Sarah Booth shows the protesters standing on the steps of the war memorial. The crowd can be heard chanting “you serve us” to the police.The police then advance on protesters; small bangs and smoke can be seen rising from the steps of the shrine as the crowd flees in the opposite direction.Wednesday’s demonstration were the latest day of protests in Melbourne by construction workers in retaliation to a Covid-19 vaccine mandate implemented across the industry by the Victoria government. Credit: Sarah Booth | Herald Sun via Storyful
England is "on target" to eliminate HIV transmission by 2030, according to a new study. The research, done by experts from Cambridge University and Public Health England, shows that the country is also on track to have diagnosed 95% of those with HIV by 2025. The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (Unaids) has set a global target for 95% of people living with HIV to be diagnosed by 2030.
Woman narrowly avoids speeding train on crossing
The cost of gas and electricity has soared in countries across Europe, and prices are expected to continue climbing as temperatures fall in the coming months. A limited supply of natural gas and higher demand have pushed up prices for power companies, industry and consumers. James Waddell from research consultancy Energy Aspects tells FRANCE 24 how long the crisis is set to last, and how it might be resolved.
The pilot whales were initially intended to be marked and released as part of a scientific research programme, but the islands' Natural History Museum said it did not have enough staff to carry out the tagging. Instead of releasing the dolphins back into the ocean, the whalers decided to slaughter them. Valentina Crast, an activist with campaign group Sea Shepherd, said the killings were "inexcusable".
Study assessed download pattern of popular songs, including Bad Romance by Lady Gaga
Labour said the energy regulator had warned of a ‘systemic risk’ to supply 18 months ago.
First trailer lands for Netflix’s explosive Britney Spears documentaryFilm, directed by Erin Lee Carr and due 28 September, will explore legal and ethical issues of singer’s conservatorship Britney Spears at the Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood premiere in 2019. Photograph: Valérie Macon/AFP/Getty Images
Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy has warned the "response will be strong" after one of his top aides survived an assassination attempt. At least 10 bullets struck Serhiy Shefir's car, the top aide and close personal friend of Mr Zelenskiy, outside of Kiev on Wednesday. The driver of his black Audi was badly wounded and taken to hospital, but Mr Shefir escaped uninjured.
Hillary Clinton receives honorary degree from University of Oxford
The pair visited One World Trade Centre on their first major public appearance together since quitting as senior working royals.
A coroner presiding over an inquest into the death of British woman who was poisoned by a Soviet-developed nerve agent wants the probe to be turned into a public inquiry so she can examine Russia’s possible involvement
Boris Johnson has appealed to France to "prenez un grip about all this and donnez-moi un break" after officials in Paris were angered by Britain's new military alliance with the US and Australia. Speaking in Washington DC, the Prime Minister said: "It is not exclusive, it is not trying to shoulder anybody out … I find it very hard to see in this agreement anything not to like.".
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If the UK’s energy suppliers were publicly owned, would we be having this crisis?In Germany, France and even the US, most energy is supplied by the state, and such challenges are more easily faced ‘The monopoly grid companies haven’t invested much in upgrading the system for renewable energy, but they have extracted huge amounts in dividends and interest.’ Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA
Swathes of La Palma are swimming in volcanic ash. It's everywhere, on the roads, covering cars and buildings and in your clothes, and probably lungs.
Indigenous weavers in Mexico's southern highlands are striving for rightful recognition from an international fashion industry that they say plunders their creations and tradition.
Prince William, who is the President of the Football Association, has joined Chair of the independent Fan Led Review of Football Governance, Tracey Crouch, at Dulwich Hamlet FC to meet with players, club management, and football fans from a range of clubs, to discuss the ongoing review. The Duke of Cambridge was also joined by former footballer, Peter Crouch. .
Mr Khan said he believed in the right to protest and tackle the climate emergency but the tactics of Insulate Britain were ‘completely wrong’