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The public can watch as teams compete to carry out water, rope and vehicle rescues this weekend.
Bella Hadid has shared an image of herself getting vaccinated after speculation mounted as to why she was absent from the Met Gala. Following Nicki Minaj’s revelation that she would get the vaccine to get on tour but not to attend the Met Gala, where it is a requirement, many were questioning why the 24-year-old supermodel failed to appear.
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BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Poland must change its legal definition of rape to protect women and stop restricting media, European institutions said on Thursday, in the latest challenges to the ruling nationalists over rights and democracy. Under the eurosceptic, socially conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party, Poland has fought with the European Union on issues ranging from treatment of migrants to independence of judges. The Council of Europe (CoE) - the continent's top rights watchdog - said Warsaw should increase efforts to combat sexual violence and change its definition of rape from a force-based act to one covering all non-consensual sex.
JLP’s chairman, Sharon White, said the loss was beyond the group’s expectations as it was boosted by a jump in sales.
The victims of a fireball crash in Notting Hill have been identified as two revellers and a barman they were giving a lift home to. The three men had been returning from a nightclub when their car ploughed through the metal fence of a retirement home near Westbourne Park tube station in west London at 4.50am on Monday.
A fossil-studded block of flats in Islington, a 1,000-worshipper mosque and dramatic Cornish footbridge are in the running for the UK’s top architecture award.
A historically Black town stood in the way of a pipeline – so developers claimed it was mostly whiteWhen residents in Union Hill, Virginia, decried the pipeline as a form of environmental racism, the energy company insisted it wasn’t Climate activist with Friends of the Earth participate in a demonstration against Dominion Energy's Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Virginia, at the supreme court in Washington DC on 24 February 2020. Photograph: UPI/Alamy Live News
The U.S., Britain and Australia have announced they’re forming a new security alliance that will help equip Australia with nuclear-powered submarines
Overseas students may question the value of paying large sums for a degree abroad when lessons are largely online, a report suggested.
Labour MP Ellie Reeves said five of her constituents and their families had suffered 'inhumane' treatment after being evacuated from Afghanistan.
The group will shut 11 of its 20 stores in France due to disruption to exports from the UK to Europe after Brexit.
Singer has temporary restraining order against 23-year-old
Antibody levels have levelled off or declined slightly among adults in old age groups, however.
Short-range ballistic missiles fired by North Korea on Wednesday were a test of a new “railway-borne missile system” designed to increase the country’s ability to counter-strike threatening forces, Pyongyang revealed on Thursday.
Elton John says he is postponing European dates on his world tour until 2023 so that he can have an operation on an injured hip
Morecambe site aims to ‘reimagine the British seaside resort for the 21st century’
A shake-up of Boris Johnson's top team has long been expected in Westminster and on Wednesday, the Prime Minister began a Cabinet reshuffle that has seen Liz Truss appointed the first female Conservative Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab demoted and Gavin Williamson sacked.
The corporation recently announced the hiring of Jess Brammar, who has been critical of government.
Duterte government refused cooperation with probe but ICC said it had jurisdiction