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The U.N. General Assembly is pledging to redouble efforts to combat racism around the world as it commemorates a landmark but contentious 2001 anti-racism conference
Kimberly Darroch’s daughter died at at a children’s cancer ward after contracting stenotrophomonas – an infection found in water.
A report from the Federal Aviation Administration shows the pilot of a hot air balloon that crashed in New Mexico in June had marijuana and cocaine in his system
Devastating crises have sprung up around the globe in the quick succession, furthering climate change fears.
‘I think their way of communicating with people they disagree with is to sue them,’ Mary Trump says
Scathing handwritten letters from Prince Albert to Queen Victoria after their arguments can be read by the public for the first time – nearly a century after their daughter tried to destroy them.
A volunteer for animal shelter Nowzad has criticised the UK Charity Commission for requesting information on the charity’s finances.
In what could appear as a mea culpa from Washington, Biden and Macron said in a joint statement “that the situation would have benefitted from open consultations among allies on matters of strategic interest to France and our European partners."View on euronews
‘Grave mistake’: climate scientists issue dire warning over Beetaloo Basin fracking plansGas projects must be halted if the Northern Territory government cannot meet promise to fully offset emissions, scientists sayGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing An Empire Energy gas exploration well in the Beetaloo Basin. The Northern Territory government has given the company partial approval to begin works. Photograph: Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
Germany: parking row brews as Green mayor plans to increase fees by 600%Controversial proposals for Tübingen are an attempt to deter car use in the city, with larger vehicles paying the most Mayor Boris Palmer, a member of the German Greens who regularly makes headlines with his controversial statements, has won initial support for his plan. Photograph: Yann Schreiber/AFP/Getty Images
Sea Life London Aquarium has announced that its penguin chicks, born earlier this year, are named after two inspiring women.
Is the workday getting in the way of our sleep? New research found that nearly half of Americans blame work stress on their inability to fall asleep at night. In a new poll of 2,000 parents of school-aged children, 84% said that the transition from remote to office work, or vice versa, disrupted their sleep schedule. Not only are people adjusting to returning to the office, but they are also getting used to less sleep. Thirty-two percent believe they slept more when they were working from home.
Airbus Summit unveils the 'flying taxi', also known as a giant drone, which can carry up to four passengers and travel up to eighty kilometres at a speed of one hundred and twenty kilometres per hour. The aim is to create an environmentally friendly means of transport. The first flight of the latest model is expected to take place in 2023.
The Night Time Industries Association confirmed its lawyers are to commence proceedings.
Police were alerted to the dead sparrowhawk on land south of Inverness on Thursday.
More than a million people have now been affected by energy suppliers going bust after the price of buying gas on wholesale markets surged. The rising costs are putting pressure on the suppliers - particularly smaller companies who are unable to pass on the increases to their customers - and households who face increased bills this winter. Six firms already folded in September - PfP Energy, MoneyPlus Energy, Utility Point, People's Energy, Green, Avro Energy - and there are fears that more could follow, with Bulb and Igloo reportedly on the brink of collapse.
The new line-up includes the sliding-screened Surface Laptop Studio and second-generation Duo 2 foldable.
Unusual signals have led scientists to previously undiscovered galaxies – and there could be many, many more out there waiting to be found. Scientists have long been looking to find more about the history of the early universe, by looking deep into space. Distant galaxies allow us to see how the universe was much closer to its beginning, effectively allowing astronomers to look back in time.
The Prime Minister poured cold water on hopes that a comprehensive free trade agreement will be sealed any time soon.
Coroner Crispin Oliver said he hoped victims’ families could ‘have some sense of closure’ after Sutcliffe’s death