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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.
It comes after Kwasi Kwarteng said there would be no bailout for energy firms that go to the wall amid rising gas prices.
There are currently 43 countries and territories on the current UK green list, which will be replaced by a new ‘safe’ list from 4 October
And all because they asked people watching them at the Isle of Wight festival this weekend if they’d ‘washed their hands’ and had the vaccine
Heavy rain pelted down over Florence, Alabama, footage posted on September 20 shows, as the northern part of the state continued to be struck by downpours.Locals reported stranded vehicles and flooded streets in the days prior, with continued rain forecast.Joey Yarber posted this video from Florence. “The rain just keeps coming,” he said. Credit: Joey Yarber via Storyful
Russia was responsible for the assassination of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko in the UK, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled. The 43-year-old, who had worked for the Russian security services before defecting to the UK, died after drinking green tea laced with poison in London in 2006. The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday that Russia was behind his assassination, which was carried out at the Millennium Hotel in Mayfair.
‘The challenge for us now is drought, not war’: livelihoods of millions of Afghans at riskAfter years caught in the crossfire between the Taliban and security forces, farmers in Kandahar face a new threat, as water sources dry up A grape farmer prunes vines below arid mountains near Kandahar, Afghanistan. Photograph: Gregory Bull/AP
The White House has described the footage as "obviously horrific".
The OECD warned Tuesday of an "uneven" global economic recovery as it lowered its 2021 growth forecasts for the world and the United States while raising the outlook for Europe.
England beat North Macedonia 8-0 in Wiegman’s first game in charge
Sudan’s government said Islamist supporters of former president Omar Al Bashir were behind a failed coup in the capital Khartoum on Tuesday, the latest challenge to a fragile transitional government aiming to lead the country towards elections.
Campaigners filmed sitting in middle of carriageway as they call on government to better insulate homes
The National Pig Association said the sector ‘desperately needed’ Government help to get production systems working
Eight hatchlings from one of the world’s rarest crocodile species have been found in a wildlife sanctuary in eastern Cambodia
The boy band was recently appointed as the UN’s Special Presidential Envoys for Future Generations and Culture
The first asylum seekers were moved onto the site on September 21, 2020, but the barracks is still being used twelve moths on.
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‘Granny has been able to be the person she is with the love and support from grandpa,’ says Princess Eugenie
Several small earthquakes have shaken the Spanish island of La Palma off northwest Africa
Sean Shortland, 25, from Northampton, has been convicted of attempted murder.