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Paul Rusesabagina, the "Hotel Rwanda" hero who became a fiercely outspoken government critic, was sentenced on Monday to 25 years in prison on terrorism charges after what his supporters labelled a politically motivated show trial.
Meeting Cop26 finance goals ‘going to be tough’, says Boris JohnsonPrime minister estimates just 60% chance of securing $100bn in aid pledges before Glasgow conference Boris Johnson boards RAF Voyager at Stansted Airport en route to three days of meetings in the US. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA
Violinist Nigel Kennedy cancels concert after Classic FM stops Hendrix tributePerformer pulls Royal Albert Hall gig over decision he compared to musical segregation Violinist Nigel Kennedy performing Fete de la Musique on France 2 Live Show / Music Day in Versailles Photograph: Tony Barson/WireImage
The 42-year-old leader of Germany's Free Democratic Party has his sights on becoming the country's finance minister.View on euronews
Fears of contagion from the potential collapse of battered Chinese real estate giant Evergrande sent property shares plunging in Hong Kong on Monday, with the firm expected to default on upcoming interest payments this week.
Philippine boxer-turned-politician Manny Pacquiao declared Sunday he will run for the country's top job in 2022.
Authorities are continuing to look for a Florida man following the apparent discovery of his girlfriend's body in Wyoming after she went missing on a cross country trip
The rise in gas prices has been blamed on a cold winter which left stocks depleted, high demand and a reduction in supplies from Russia
Scott Frank’s acceptance speech went on for over two minutes
The German elections will take place on the 26th of September. We take a look at how they work and at a popular tool the German voters are using to help them decide who to vote for.View on euronews
Fresh calls for windfall tax on companies that prospered during CovidResearch highlights six firms that increased their profits by a total of £16bn Asos were among the companies that saw their global profits more than double over the last financial year. Photograph: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images
New Zealand eased coronavirus curbs slightly on Monday in its largest city of Auckland, as the government expressed confidence that there was no widespread regional transmission of the Delta variant. But tough restrictions will continue even after midnight on Tuesday, when the alert level drops to 3 from 4 in the city of about 1.7 million at the centre of the latest Delta outbreak. Residents must still keep to their own "bubbles", cannot visit friends or neighbours, or let children play together, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said.
Local residents and animals evacuated shortly before lava and huge plume of smoke rise high into sky
The 73rd Emmy Awards are underway this evening
Senate Democrats hit a major roadblock on Sunday in their effort to allow millions of immigrants to legally stay in the United States, after the Senate Parliamentarian ruled against attaching the measure to a $3.5 trillion spending bill, lawmakers said. The provision aimed to give a path to citizenship for millions, including so-called Dreamer immigrants, brought to the United States as children, who are protected from deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Farmworkers, essential workers and immigrants with temporary protected status, which gives work permits and deportation relief to those hailing from nations hit by violence or natural disasters, also stood to benefit.
Shares have fallen more than 3% in Hong Kong in holiday-thinned trading in Asia, with both Tokyo and Shanghai closed
Söder was a strong contender to replace Merkel to become the conservative CDU/CSU bloc's candidate, but he eventually bowed out to Armin LaschetView on euronews
Knife Crime Prevention Orders (KCPOs) are being piloted by the Metropolitan Police by using the courts to impose restrictions on people they believe are "on the cusp" of violence. It gives police the power to apply to magistrates' courts for orders on any person they believe is carrying blades, regularly has knives, or has knife-related convictions.
Drama “The Crown” and comedy “Ted Lasso” won the top prizes at television’s Emmy Awards on Sunday, while “The Queen’s Gambit” was named best limited series. The best drama series win for “The Crown” gave Netflix its biggest prize so far, while Apple TV+ entered streaming’s big leagues with the best comedy series win for “Ted Lasso.” Neither Netflix nor AppleTV+ had previously won a best comedy or best drama series Emmy.Olivia Colman and Josh O’Connor from “The Crown” won the top television Emmy
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gambled on an early election in a bid to win a majority of seats in Parliament