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An influential US government advisory panel has rejected plans to give COVID-19 booster jabs to most Americans - only backing them for people aged 65 and over, and those at high risk of severe disease. The decisions were made by a committee of experts who advise the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and deliver a huge blow to the Biden administration. US President Joe Biden announced a plan, around a month ago, to offer booster jabs of both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to nearly all Americans eight months after they get their second dose.
Police in Surrey and Essex make arrests following disruption
The Met Office have warned that eastern parts of the country could see as much as 40mm of rain
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland is moving the headquarters of the Bureau of Land Management, which oversees 245 million acres in Western states, back to the nation’s capital after two years in Colorado
‘China’s Lehman Brothers moment’: Evergrande crisis rattles economy. President Xi Jinping faces serious test of his financial reforms as struggles of property giant send ripples through real-estate sector
People with chronic conditions such as Down’s syndrome, kidney disease, sickle cell disease or HIV/Aids are also at greater risk.
A Utah county sheriff said Friday detectives have determined there is no connection between the disappearance of a Florida woman who went missing during a cross-country trip with her boyfriend and a still-unsolved slaying of two women who were fatally shot
To mark the launch of Great Big Green Week, WWF’s executive director of advocacy and campaigns, <a href="https://www.independent.co.uk/author/katie-white-0">Katie White</a>, has exclusively collated images for The Independent illustrating both how UK communities are united in the fight against the climate emergency, and why this is a fight that unites us all
The endangered animals are still hunted illegally for their fur and tail.
So modern is the French company’s latest offering that you’re supposed to buy it from the online Citroën Store, writes Sean O’Grady, already won over by the fact that the stylish tweed seat trim matches his jacket
France is immediately recalling its ambassadors to the US and Australia after Australia scrapped a big French conventional submarine purchase in favour of nuclear subs built with US technology. It was the first time ever France has recalled its ambassador to the US, according to the French foreign ministry.
FDA advisers vote not to recommend Pfizer booster shots for most Americans
Algerian state television says former Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who fought for independence from France and was ousted from power in 2019 amid pro-democracy protests, has died at age 84
A grand jury in California has indicted two police officers on felony assault charges in the alleged beating of an unresisting Black teenager last year
The bizarrely proportioned home is said to be the result of a feud between brothers
A copy of the Nuremberg Chronicle, an early example of a mechanically printed book, is to go under the hammer in Edinburgh.
Dr Lorna Breen’s family are behind a new law that would provide mental health support for medical workers
France says it is immediately recalling its ambassadors to the U.S. and Australia after Australia scrapped a big French conventional submarine purchase in favor of nuclear subs built with U.S. technology
(Reuters) -A California jury on Friday found multimillionaire real estate heir Robert Durst guilty of murdering his best friend Susan Berman in 2000, the first homicide conviction for a man suspected of killing three people in three states over the past 39 years. Durst, 78 and frail, will likely die in prison as the jury also found him guilty of the special circumstances of lying in wait and killing a witness, which carry a mandatory life sentence. Superior Court Judge Mark Windham, who oversaw the trial, set a sentencing hearing for Oct. 18.
NEWCASTLE, England (Reuters) -Newcastle United and Leeds United fought out a 1-1 draw in an entertaining Premier League clash at St James' Park on Friday and the result did neither side any favours as it stretched their winless starts to five games. The result left Newcastle 18th on two points and piled more pressure on manager Steve Bruce while Leeds are 16th on three points after they missed a string of chances in an action-packed first half. Leeds dominated possession and missed a string of chances after Raphinha fired them ahead in the 13th minute before Allan Saint-Maximin levelled with a fine individual effort on the stroke of halftime.