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A new Paris exhibition is shining a light on seven artists using their work to resist Myanmar’s military junta. FRANCE 24 interviewed Bart Was Not Here, one of the artists featured. "I’m not an activist, I’m an artist,” says Bart Was Not Here, categorically rejecting being portrayed as a political dissident. However, since the army’s coup in Myanmar on February 1 this year, the 25-year-old artist has been using his art to campaign against the country’s military junta. He is one of seven Burmese
Brazil reported 935 COVID-19 deaths on Saturday and some 150,106 additional cases, according to data released by the nation's Health Ministry, an unusually large number due to what officials said was an adjustment in how case numbers are tabulated. Some 92,614 cases occurred in Rio de Janeiro in recent months, but only entered into the official count in the last 24 hours, the Health Ministry said. Rio's state-level health ministry attributed the number of cases registered to new demands from the federal Health Ministry regarding case counting, the details of which were not revealed.
Alok Sharma had appeared to say move is ‘under discussion’, but cap will ‘remain in place’
Professor Stephen Reicher said the relaxation of rules on international travel will increase the risk of importing infections and variants.
British business minister Kwasi Kwarteng said on Sunday that the head of energy regulator Ofgem had assured him of the plans in place to protect the market and consumers from soaring gas prices. Kwarteng said that if an energy supplier failed, as several small suppliers have done in recent weeks, Ofgem would ensure customers' gas and electricity supply continued uninterrupted. "If a supplier of last resort is not possible, a special administrator would be appointed by Ofgem and the Govt," he said on Twitter.
John Shaw obituary John Shaw’s deep musicality enabled him to create sophisticated, complex arrangements of tunes from all around the world Photograph: provided by family
‘Highly effective’ ovarian cancer treatment could help thousands of womenNew drug combination shrunk tumours significantly in 46% of patients with treatment-resistant form of disease A phase 1 trial of a drug combination, VS-6766 and defactinib, was found to shrink tumours in patients with low-grade serous ovarian cancer. Photograph: Science Photo Library/Alamy Stock Photo
An interactive exhibit in Mississippi is shining light on killings that took place during the civil rights era in the United States
A huge increase in so-called Astrotourism has been marked, in Portugal, by the first international congress to discuss the preservation of night sky and access to starlight View on euronews
Liz Truss will meet the Iranian foreign minister to call for the immediate release of UK nationals such as Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who are being detained in Iran.
Daniela Longhin, 51, has been missing from her Lewisham address since Monday 13 September and officers from the South East London Missing Persons team are working to locate her. Ms Longhin has not been in contact with her family since Sunday 12 September which police say is totally out of character.
Sir Lindsay Hoyle welcomed his counterparts from across the world.
Armed with rakes, sacks and gloves, volunteers cleaned up trash littering a beach on Senegal's usually pristine coastline. Dozens of mainly young people and even children picked up garbage from the sandy beach in Bargny, a city located 35km from the capital Dakar.View on euronews
A service of thanksgiving for those who took part in the Second World War battle has been held at Westminster Abbey.
A volcano on Spain’s Atlantic Ocean island of La Palma has erupted after a weeklong buildup of seismic activity, prompting authorities to speed up evacuations for some 1,000 people
‘It needs to be signalled really clearly to Iran that you can’t use innocent people in this way,’ Richard Ratcliffe says
The paradox of the last decade, beginning with the financial crisis and ending with the Covid pandemic, is that the European left has come back to life. Here’s why
Scottish Covid vaccine trialists ‘treated like second-class citizens’Novavax volunteers fear start of vaccine passports next month could put them at further disadvantage About 1,000 Scots signed up for the Novavax trial, the initial results of which were considered extremely promising. Photograph: Dado Ruvić/Reuters
Waiters are set to keep 100 per cent of their customers' tips under new laws to stop restaurant owners cheating staff out of any service charges paid by card.
Health ‘levelling up’ will flop if cuts are not reversed, Javid told. Exclusive: Ministers must restore public health funding after decade of cuts, world expert Michael Marmot to say