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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson discussed the dangers of climate change and bantered about the joys of rail travel on Tuesday during an Oval Office meeting aimed at highlighting the U.S.-British alliance. Biden told the visiting prime minister, who once worried his warm relationship with former President Donald Trump would hurt relations under the U.S. Democratic leader, that he looked forward to coming to the United Kingdom for a conference on global warming later this year.
The first asylum seekers were moved onto the site on September 21, 2020, but the barracks is still being used twelve moths on.
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
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
Murder investigation has been launched and man has been arrested in connection with the incident
Liberal MPs need more than tepid climate signalling to overcome Joyce and Canavan’s coal cosplayThe moderates are mobilising – and the prime minister’s office knows it The Australian deputy prime minister, Barnaby Joyce, did not disavow Matt Canavan’s desire for a new coal plant in Queensland. Photograph: Lukas Coch/AAP
Weatherwatch: the slow death of tall trees by lightning strikesEcologists monitoring damage to older trees, vital to the rainforest ecosystem A fallen redwood continues to burn in Big Basin Redwoods state park, California, last year, eight months after a lightning strike ignited hundreds of wildfires. Photograph: Marcio José Sánchez/AP
The author saw two close friends die in the battle, and fought across ground filled with rotting dead bodies in one of the deadliest battles in human history.
Only travellers who have been fully vaccinated with a recognised vaccine will be welcomed, with a test within three days of the flight
Campaigners filmed sitting in middle of carriageway as they call on government to better insulate homes
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The influenza pandemic in 1918 killed over 50 million people globally
Global investors are watching nervously as one of China’s biggest real estate developers struggles to avoid defaulting on tens of billions of dollars of debt, fueling fears of possible wider shock waves for the Chinese financial system
The Taliban have announced a list of deputy ministers, failing to name any women, despite an international outcry when they presented their all-male Cabinet ministers earlier this month
The celebrated actor died earlier this month.
The opposition accused the prime minister of calling an unnecessary early vote for his own personal ambition.View on euronews
The ratings agency S&P has warned that Beijing is unlikely to intervene to rescue struggling Chinese property developer Evergrande, unless there was a risk of "far-reaching contagion" affecting other companies in the sector. The firm is facing two major interest payments this week and fears about its finances have rippled across global stock markets. Also today, we report on how French businesses are facing rising energy costs, as wholesale prices for gas have soared across Europe.
Patients have the right to see their GPs face-to-face, the Prime Minister has said, as practices were put under pressure to move away from an over-reliance on digital consultations.
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