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The US will again double the money it gives to help developing nations respond to climate change, President Biden has announced. Mr Biden said in April that America would double its contribution to $5.7bn (£4.2bn), but speaking at the United Nations General Assembly he said it would increase again to over $11bn (£8bn). In his first appearance at the UN since taking office in January, the president said he would work with the US Congress to secure the extra money.
Twenty years ago, the torso of a young boy was discovered in the River Thames - but his identity remains a mystery and no-one has ever been charged with his murder. On 21 September 2001, at around 4pm, a passer-by made the gruesome discovery of the body near Tower Bridge in London. Officers were called and the child's remains were recovered, but he has never been formally identified.
Scientists say plants can be continually recharged for at least two weeks
Since 2016, over 130 US diplomats and intelligence officers have been afflicted with the illness
MUNICH/BERLIN (Reuters) -A top ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday inflation was the biggest challenge facing Germans and the ECB should get ready to raise rates, breaking a taboo for senior politicians to comment on monetary policy, just days before a general election. The comments by Markus Soeder, premier of the southern state of Bavaria, prompted critics to accuse the conservatives of improperly politicising monetary policy to drum up votes as they face losing power in Sunday's election to succeed Merkel. Speaking to reporters in Munich, Soeder said that policy makers should work on measures to put the brakes on rising prices and cushion the effects of higher inflation for households, which he said was amounting to "cold expropriation".
GPs have come under fire in the media for not offering enough face-to-face appointments.
The 50-year-old TV presenter suffered two miscarriages and underwent seven rounds of IVF before having daughter Betsey.
Universal Music Group shares surge in £110m bonus for Lucian GraingeListing puts record label’s British-born boss in line for one of biggest corporate payouts in history‘Ruthless but good ears’: key architect of music industry revivalUMG chief predicts billions of dollars of growth from digital Lucian Grainge, chairman and chief executive of Universal Music Group, with singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. Photograph: Lester Cohen/Getty
Costs are rising on various fronts but there are still ways households can alleviate the financial pressure.
In his first speech as US president before the United Nations General Assembly, Joe Biden made no mention of scuttled submarine deals or French ambassadors recalled to Washington and Canberra. Instead, he talked up the ties that bind. So how artful a dodge was it? How high were the stakes in a speech where Biden also pledged he was not seeking a new Cold War? The US president called out many authoritarian regimes, but never mentioned China by name.
How many other world leaders can claim to have become a verb?
At present, the AstraZeneca vaccine has not been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
‘We already have schemes in place to help people out over the winter,’ No 10 insists
The actor is retiring his licence to kill after the release of the highly anticipated No Time To Die.
Sudan's fragile transitional government said it foiled an attempted coup Tuesday involving military officers and civilians linked to the ousted regime of longtime autocrat Omar al-Bashir. Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok said the coup attempt was the "latest manifestation of the national crisis", referring to deep divisions during Sudan's move to democracy.In a televised speech, he said the plotters had "made extensive preparations, which were showcased in the security breakdown in cities... blocki
Manufacturers reported order books at their strongest level since 1977 but output growth dropped for the second month in a row.
A Slovak bishop of the Greek-Catholic Church, who met Pope Francis when the pontiff visited the central European country last week, tested positive for COVID-19 and is in self-quarantine, the church said. Pope Francis visited Hungary and Slovakia between Sept. 12-15, which was his first trip since having surgery in July. He presided at a Divine Liturgy, a Byzantine rite used by Eastern Catholic and Orthodox Churches, held outside in Presov in eastern Slovakia on Sept. 14, which the bishop attended.
The pandemic had dropped as low as the 26th leading cause in the summer.
David Atherton, winner of the Great British Bake Off 2019, on embarrassing moments, crushes and what this year’s bakers should expect.
‘These pieces will always be very special to me,’ the athlete says