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Russia forest fire damage worst since records began, says Greenpeace. Analysis shows over 18.16m hectares were destroyed in 2021, an absolute record since satellite monitoring began
A woman found with memory loss in a remote area of Croatia has now been identified by police. Daniela Adamcova, 57, from Slovakia was found on a northern Adriatic island with no recollection of who she was or where she came from. Croatian police said her identity was established after receiving numerous tips from Croatia and abroad.
Keir Starmer under pressure to delay Labour rules shake-up. Labour leader might put proposals to governing body even without assured union support
The £14.99 kit has been designed to help people with disabilities find, open and interact with devices more easily.
A retired chauffeur has been driven down memory lane after his family tracked down his old Bentley to celebrate his 100th birthday. Eddie Hughes trained at the Rolls-Royce School of Motorway more than 60 years ago and often spoke fondly of the vintage sports car to his family, who found it for sale in the US.
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.
‘Florida will completely reject fear’, state’s new surgeon general declares
Top destinations Sri Lanka, Egypt and the Maldives are now off the red list for British travellers. Eight countries were taken off the red list in the early hours of Wednesday morning including Turkey, the Maldives, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Egypt, Oman, Kenya and Sri Lanka. In most previous cases, when a country is removed the FO travel advice allows for non-essential travel.
The feature film faithfully takes up the plot of Franck Herbert's book, where tribes and potentates clash, millennia after our era, for control of the spice, a mixture that prolongs life.View on euronews
The new line-up includes the sliding-screened Surface Laptop Studio and second-generation Duo 2 foldable.
A garden snail: it knows the rose only by its smell and soft petalsIt can terrorise you for five years – or 10, if you keep it as a pet ‘They crept behind a shining star / The going slow the distance far / And came just thirteen years too late / (The gospels don’t record their fate)’ – from Snail Morning by Gus Ferguson. Photograph: 19th era/Alamy
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced that masks will be required inside temples to limit the spread of COVID-19
A privately financed team of experts from Estonia has begun investigations on the wreck of the ship, which sank in 1994.View on euronews
Nightclub and bar bosses have launched legal action against Nicola Sturgeon’s government in a last-ditch attempt to block the introduction of vaccine passports next week.
The Labour leader wants conference to consider changes to rules on leadership elections, policy creation and reselection of candidates.
MPs were updated on the progress being made with the scheme on Wednesday.
Online multiplayer shooter Rainbow Six Siege has introduced its first trans operator.
The secret hits close to home.
The search for Brian Laundrie continued on Tuesday in the vast swampland near his home
The Night Time Industries Association confirmed its lawyers are to commence proceedings.