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Actor will make his last appearance as secret agent in ‘No Time to Die’
The World Bank has dropped a popular report that ranked countries by how welcoming they are to businesses after allegations that it bowed to pressure from China and other governments
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A drone strike in Kabul last month killed as many as 10 civilians, including seven children, the U.S. military said on Friday, apologizing for what it called a "tragic mistake". The Pentagon had said the Aug. 29 strike targeted an Islamic State suicide bomber who posed an imminent threat to U.S.-led troops at the airport as they completed the last stages of their withdrawal from Afghanistan. The head of U.S. Central Command, Marine Corps General Frank McKenzie, said that at the time he had been confident it averted an imminent threat to the forces at the airport.
France on Friday said it was immediately recalling its ambassadors to the US and Australia for consultations after Australia struck a deal with the US and UK, which ended a $40 billion French-designed submarine deal. President Emmanuel Macron made the exceptional decision due to the “gravity of the announcements on September 15 by Australia and the United States”, said French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian in a statement.The rare diplomatic backlash against France’s allies came two days aft
A Pakistan resident has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for a conspiracy to “unlock” phones from AT&T's network, a scheme that the company says cost it more than $200 million
The U.S. government aims to begin offering COVID-19 vaccine booster shots widely next week to Americans age 16 and up. A panel of outside advisers to the Food and Drug Administration voted against such broad coverage on Friday but backed a shot for people 65 and older, which the agency may or may not follow. President Joe Biden's administration faces criticism within the scientific community over whether the additional shots are needed for the general population.
Current plans put forward by countries would see global emissions increase by 16 per cent by 2030 when compared to 2010
Testing and restrictions will be eased for double-jabbed travellers from 4 October
NEWCASTLE, England (Reuters) -Newcastle United and Leeds United fought out a 1-1 draw in an entertaining Premier League clash at St James' Park on Friday and the result did neither side any favours as it stretched their winless starts to five games. The result left Newcastle 18th on two points and piled more pressure on manager Steve Bruce while Leeds are 16th on three points after they missed a string of chances in an action-packed first half. Leeds dominated possession and missed a string of chances after Raphinha fired them ahead in the 13th minute before Allan Saint-Maximin levelled with a fine individual effort on the stroke of halftime.
Strictly Come Dancing’s Dan Walker was rushed to A&E when he bashed his head on a glass window during training. The BBC Breakfast presenter shared a mask selfie from the hospital ward on Friday. After whacking my noggin on the big glass window yesterday I got sent to A & E today because I was feeling a bit wobbly.
An influential US government advisory panel has rejected plans to give COVID-19 booster jabs to most Americans - only backing them for people aged 65 and over, and those at high risk of severe disease. The decisions were made by a committee of experts who advise the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and deliver a huge blow to the Biden administration. US President Joe Biden announced a plan, around a month ago, to offer booster jabs of both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to nearly all Americans eight months after they get their second dose.
Keep left: plan to direct Adelaide pedestrians to stay in their lane sparks unexpected culture warOne woman’s modest mission to restore law and order to the streets has divided a city Adelaide councillor Anne Moran’s push for signs to ‘help redirect pedestrian movement’ has divided a city. Photograph: Morgan Sette/AAP
France plunged into an unprecedented diplomatic crisis with the United States and Australia on Friday after it recalled its ambassadors from both countries over a trilateral security deal which sank a French-designed submarine contract with Canberra.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson said he had concerns over changes by the UK Government.
The TV presenter said he felt ‘a little wobbly’.
A health minister and close ally of Matt Hancock has left the Government after becoming embroiled in a series of controversies.
France is immediately recalling its ambassadors to the US and Australia after Australia scrapped a big French conventional submarine purchase in favour of nuclear subs built with US technology. It was the first time ever France has recalled its ambassador to the US, according to the French foreign ministry.
Republican accused of building a ‘wall’ of bodies from state’s Covid dead, as cases continue to climb
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