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Captain Dave Kellett and First Lieutenant Mohammad Jawad Akbari trained together at Sandhurst and had a reunion as 1st Lt Akbari was being evacuated.
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In the Republic of San Marino, nestled on the Apennine mountains inside Italy, campaigning is underway ahead of a referendum on September 26, which will ask its 33,000 citizens if they want to legalise abortion.View on euronews
The Concept2 has competition thanks to this ergo’s compact design and Peloton-style classes
President Joe Biden will ease foreign travel restrictions into the U.S. beginning in November, when his administration will require all foreign travelers flying into the country to be fully vaccinated
DUBLIN (Reuters) -Ireland's opposition to a proposed overhaul of global corporate tax rules has not changed ahead of plans to finalise a deal next month and it is closely watching the progress of reforms in the United States, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said on Monday. Ireland, the low tax European headquarters for many of the world's largest multinationals, has so far declined to sign up to an agreement struck by 132 of 139 negotiating countries, primarily over a proposed minimum rate of "at least" 15%. Ireland's corporate tax rate is just 12.5% rate, and it argues that the proposed target lacks certainty.
There is "absolutely no question of the lights going out this winter" and the energy price cap will remain in place despite escalating gas prices, the business secretary has said. Kwasi Kwarteng said the cap "protects millions of consumers" and reiterated "the need for us all to prioritise consumers" during crisis talks with industry figures. Labour's Ed Miliband accused the government of complacency and said it had known for a long time about the issue with gas.
The Canary Islands are safe to visit and a volcano eruption there is a "wonderful show", Spanish Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto said on Monday, just hours after 5,000 people, including hundreds of tourists, had to be evacuated. The volcano - the archipelago's first eruption in 50 years - blew on Sunday, spouting lava hundreds of metres into the air, engulfing houses and sending molten rock towards the Atlantic Ocean across a sparsely populated area of La Palma, the most northwestern island in the archipelago. "The island is open," Maroto told Canal Sur radio, calling the eruption "a wonderful show".
Hubert de Boüard and Philippe Castéja are accused, by chateaux that didn't make the grade, of acting in their own interests regarding the classification of St Emilion Grand Crus.View on euronews
As many as one-in-four UK households receive energy from providers that could face collapse as a consequence of soaring gas prices, industry sources have warned.
London Tech Week is back - in person - for the first time in two years. Two new Northern line stations have opened in south London following a £1.1 billion project. Transport secretary Grant Shapps told us he hopes it’ll encourage commuters out of cars.
Poland's government says it is sending 500 additional troops and special vehicles to the border with Belarus to strengthen it against increasing migrant pressure that it says is orchestrated by Belarus and Russia
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Russ Shaw, founder of the Tech London Advocates (TLA) trade body and one of London Tech Week’s founding partners, gives the Evening Standard some tips as the week kicks off...
‘We have documented a high rate of reproductive failure over the last decade,’ scientist says
South Africa’s Constitutional Court has thrown a lifeline to the ruling African National Congress party by allowing the electoral commission to reopen the registration of candidates for local government elections in November
China’s ugliest buildings: contest to celebrate unsightly architecture beginsThis year’s contenders include a violin-shaped church and a ‘welcome to hell’ glass bridge joining two mountains East meets west in a 'hybrid' building in an unfinished theme park in Shijiazhuang, Hebei. Photograph: REX/Shutterstock
Multiple studies have shown how people around the world have been trying to lose weight over the past 40 years, and yet obesity has continued to rise.
The price of gas has rocketed in recent weeks, putting several energy suppliers out of business and prompting warnings of food shortages in UK supermarkets. Wholesale gas prices have soared by 250% since the beginning of the year, including a 70% rise since August, according to the Oil & Gas UK trade body. How reliant is the UK on gas?