Massive fire in Jakarta prison kills at least 41
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Massive fire in Jakarta prison kills at least 41
Justin Trudeau has won a third term as Canada's prime minister, but his early election gamble to win a majority of seats failed. The Liberals won the most seats of any party, taking hold of 157 - the same number they won in 2019, and 13 short of the 170 needed for a majority in the House of Commons. It means Mr Trudeau, 49, and his second consecutive minority government will have to rely on other parties to govern.
Glasgow School of Art said it will announce an interim chairperson as soon as possible.
Country diary: fungi like ripe peach flesh magnifies the veteran oaks. Moccas Park, Herefordshire: One of Britain’s finest woods illustrates that nature cannot be easily measured by net gain
‘If I say something incorrect, it won’t just reflect on me, it will reflect on anybody that wears a turban’
South-east Australia hit by cold front as wintry weather returns. The warm start to spring has been swept away by gusty winds, storms and even a light dusting of snow in some areas
A federal appeals court on Tuesday will consider whether Missouri can implement a sweeping law aimed at limiting abortions
Russians gather outside a university in the city of Perm after a student opened fire on campus, killing six people and wounding dozens. View on euronews
As part of a series of special reports on the German election, Euronews examines why Germany in 2021 is still struggling to embrace digitalisation. View on euronews
Maggots and mayhem: a day on a bin round in broken Brexit BritainThanks to the HGV driver shortage, many refuse collectors are quitting to earn up to £30,000 more driving lorries. But what does this mean for our streets, as the rubbish and recycling piles ever higher? ‘Sometimes the smell is that bad you think: how was that ever edible?’ … Andy Gee with his recycling truck in Torbay, Devon. Photograph: Mark Passmore/Apex
The duke would play a trick on his grandchildren and end up covering the ceiling with mustard, the royal family has said.
Guardians of the Sea: Cape Verde’s ‘fish detectives’ try to keep extinction at bay. As boats from bigger islands flock to fish off Maio, locals take turns to safeguard their pristine waters
The options remaining for thousands of Haitian migrants straddling the Mexico-Texas border are narrowing
Australia has lost about 30% of its koalas over the past three years, hit by drought, bushfires and developers cutting down trees, the Australian Koala Foundation said, urging the government to do more to protect the creature's habitat. The independent non-profit group estimated the koala population has dropped to less than 58,000 this year from more than 80,000 in 2018, with the worst decline in the state of New South Wales, where the numbers have dropped by 41%. "The declines are quite dramatic," said Australian Koala Foundation Chair Deborah Tabart on Tuesday.
If you’re hoping to visit the US before this easing of the rules takes place, here is the latest state of play, along with pointers on how to take out all-important travel cover for your journey. The UK’s proof of Covid-19 recovery and vaccination record are not currently accepted in the US. Travellers who have been fully vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or World Health Organisation (WHO), and travellers who are unvaccinated, should get tested for the virus 3 to 5 days after travel, with the latter self-quarantining for a full 7 days after arrival.
It’s an image that has come to symbolize America’s chaotic end to 20 years of war in Afghanistan: a lumbering U.S. Air Force C-17 taking off from Kabul’s International Airport, chased by thousands of desperate Afghan men, scrambling to get on the departing aircraft and escape Taliban rule
It comes after Kwasi Kwarteng said there would be no bailout for energy firms that go to the wall amid rising gas prices.
France's defence minister has warned Mali that hiring paramilitaries from Russian private-security firm Wagner would isolate the country internationally, during a visit to the Sahel state. Florence Parly told reporters on Monday that if Mali hired the firm, at a time when international partners fighting jihadism in the Sahel "had never been so numerous, such a choice would be that of isolation".Parly's meeting with her Malian counterpart Colonel Sadio Camara follows a previous warning to Bamako
Columnist and trained counsellor Fiona Caine suggests a frank family conversation about creating a chores rota.
Battersea Power Station and Nine Elms, now on the Northern Line, were connected to the Tube network at a cost of £1bn – or £100,000 per foot of line
Twitter said Monday it will pay $809.5 million to settle a consolidated class action lawsuit alleging that the company misled investors about how much its user base was growing and how much users interacted with its platform