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The opposition accused the prime minister of calling an unnecessary early vote for his own personal ambition.View on euronews
‘If I say something incorrect, it won’t just reflect on me, it will reflect on anybody that wears a turban’
Maggots and mayhem: a day on a bin round in broken Brexit BritainThanks to the HGV driver shortage, many refuse collectors are quitting to earn up to £30,000 more driving lorries. But what does this mean for our streets, as the rubbish and recycling piles ever higher? ‘Sometimes the smell is that bad you think: how was that ever edible?’ … Andy Gee with his recycling truck in Torbay, Devon. Photograph: Mark Passmore/Apex
Twitter said Monday it will pay $809.5 million to settle a consolidated class action lawsuit alleging that the company misled investors about how much its user base was growing and how much users interacted with its platform
Meet the women fighting for abortion rights in one of Europe's smallest statesView on euronews
Justin Trudeau has won a third term as Canada's prime minister, but his early election gamble to win a majority of seats failed. The Liberals won the most seats of any party, taking hold of 157 - the same number they won in 2019, and 13 short of the 170 needed for a majority in the House of Commons. It means Mr Trudeau, 49, and his second consecutive minority government will have to rely on other parties to govern.
Internet users in a record number of countries have faced arrest and physical attacks for their posts over the past year, a report said on Tuesday, painting a grim picture of digital freedoms in 2021.
South-east Australia hit by cold front as wintry weather returns. The warm start to spring has been swept away by gusty winds, storms and even a light dusting of snow in some areas
Country diary: fungi like ripe peach flesh magnifies the veteran oaks. Moccas Park, Herefordshire: One of Britain’s finest woods illustrates that nature cannot be easily measured by net gain
The U.S. is rolling out new COVID-19 rules for travelers flying into the country
President Joe Biden plans to use his first address before the U.N. General Assembly to reassure the international community of American leadership on the global stage
Being raised with older siblings strongly increased the calves’ long-term survival compared to not having a sibling.
Livestock industry lobbying UN to support more meat productionMeat and dairy groups threaten to stop contributing to international summit on food sustainability after critical voices invited Livestock are responsible for at least 14% of global greenhouse gas emissions, according to UN estimates. Photograph: Monty Rakusen/Getty Images/Image Source
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.
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Russians gather outside a university in the city of Perm after a student opened fire on campus, killing six people and wounding dozens. View on euronews
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Just weeks ahead of German federal elections, protesters took to the streets of Berlin to demand a nationwide rent freeze and the construction of new social and affordable housing. Berlin has been particularly hard hit by the lack of housing as its population has risen significantly in 10 years.View on euronews
In a Nairobi slum named Korogocho, which means “crowded shoulder to shoulder” in Swahili, a group of women navigate raw sewage and sharp metal edges of roofing to attend a training they hope might save their lives