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Pair met at an event for the Duke of Edinburgh award
The children were reportedly found dead one day before they were due to be handed over in a custody battle
A number of lockdown restrictions eased in England on Monday.
Second Lieutenant Caron Nazario filed a lawsuit against two Virginia police officers who reportedly pepper-sprayed and assaulted him
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Prof Christina Pagel warned that face shields should be worn with masks.
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Twenty-five Chinese military aircraft have entered Taiwanese airspace in the largest reported incursion to date, according to officials. Taiwan's government has complained in recent months after repeated missions by China's air force near the island. The incursions have been concentrated in the southwestern part of Taiwan's air defence zone.
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Drone footage of snow over Montpellier Park in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, this morning (April 12). As beer gardens and outdoor dining opens up, large parts of the country were hit by snowfall during the night.
England's COVID-19 lockdown was eased on Monday.
Britain and the European Union are slowly working to overcome differences regarding trade flows between Northern Ireland and the British mainland after a month-long legal dispute and more than a week of rioting in the province. The EU is expecting a formal reply shortly from London to explain Britain's unilateral change to trading conditions that Brussels said breaches the Brexit divorce deal. A European Commission spokesman said the two sides were holding technical discussions and there could soon be a meeting of Commission vice president Maros Sefcovic and British negotiator David Frost.
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The Duke of Sussex has arrived in the UK ahead of Saturday’s funeral
Iran’s foreign minister on Monday vowed vengeance against Israel for an explosion a day earlier at the Natanz nuclear site that he blamed directly on Tehran’s arch enemy. “The Zionists want to take revenge because of our progress in the way to lift sanctions ... they have publicly said that they will not allow this. But we will take our revenge from the Zionists,” Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif was quoted as saying by state TV. Israel has all but claimed responsibility for the apparent sabotage operation that damaged the electricity grid at the Natanz site on Sunday, with multiple Israeli outlets reporting that Mossad carried out the operation, which is believed to have shut down entire sections of the facility. The sabotage could set back uranium enrichment at the facility by at least nine months, US officials briefed on the operation told the New York Times. Iran on Monday said the person who caused the power outage at one of the production halls at Natanz had been identified. "Necessary measures are being taken to arrest this person," the semi-official Nournews website reported, without giving further details. Iran's foreign ministry also said on Monday it is suspending cooperation with the European Union in various fields following the bloc's decision to blacklist several Iranian security officials over a 2019 protest crackdown. Foreign ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh "strongly condemned" the sanctions and said Iran is "suspending all human rights talks and cooperation resulting from these talks with the EU, especially in (the fields of) terrorism, drugs and refugees". The European Union on Monday imposed sanctions on eight Iranian militia commanders and police chiefs, including the head of the elite Revolutionary Guards, over a deadly crackdown in November 2019.
Coronavirus vaccines could be offered to over-40s from Tuesday – though supply constraints mean many will have to wait longer.
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Ash fell on Barbados and plunged the island nation into darkness on April 10 as the fallout from a volcanic eruption on nearby Saint Vincent made its way east.The sky emitted a dark reddish tone as day turned to night in some parts of Barbados on Saturday.A thick plume from the La Soufriere volcano caused visibility to plummet, The Barbados Meteorological Service said":https://twitter.com/BarbadosMet/status/1380945411456782342. Ash continued to effect the island on Sunday, prompting a volcanic ash warning from the weather bureau.This video from Bajan Lifestyles shows ash falling on the island’s east coast. “Right now, it looks like night,” the uploader can be heard saying in the video.“Ash falling like snow in Barbados from the La Soufriere in St. Vincent,” the uploader wrote in a Twitter post. Credit: Bajan Lifestyles via Storyful