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The midsize aircraft is being designed to carry 279 passengers at the same speed and comfort as today’s airliners.
From rocking horses to playsets and puzzles, Santa might just outdo himself this year
A second woman who claims Ghislaine Maxwell groomed her for abuse by the late financier Jeffrey Epstein while she was a teenager took the witness stand in the British socialite’s sex trafficking trial on Monday. The woman, who is testifying under the pseudonym Kate, is the second of four women named in a 2021 indictment against Maxwell. Kate said she was 17 when she met Maxwell for tea at her London townhouse in 1994.
Report find women are less likely to be in paid work, work eight fewer hours and paid 19% less an hour on average than men
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer lambasts the government for not acting quickly enough to bring in pre-departure Covid tests, saying "as ever they are behind the curve". He points out he "called upon" the government to do this last week and they delayed "as they always do".
Health officials in Whitehall are becoming increasingly worried by the emerging data on omicron, as NHS bosses warned that a significant rise in cases could add to current healthcare pressures
The violence seen at the first campaign rally for France's far-right candidate Eric Zemmour plays into his hands, and could actually help his fight for the presidency. That's the view of Paul Smith, Associate Professor in French History and Politics at the University of Nottingham. But Smith says it's too early to know if Zemmour will have a major impact on the campaign. The same can be said of Valérie Pécresse of the conservative The Republicans party, who was chosen as its candidate at the weekend. We discuss where the presidential campaign stands, almost four months ahead of the vote.
How can you tell if you have an ordinary cold or Covid? The symptoms can be identical – meaning you’ll need to get tested
PARIS (Reuters) -France will close nightclubs ahead of Christmas and tighten social distancing measures in response to the emergent Omicron variant of the coronavirus but there is no need for new lockdowns or curfews, Prime Minister Jean Castex said on Monday. Castex said a fifth wave of the pandemic was now surging through the country. Health Minister Olivier Veran said the combination of vaccination booster shots and more rigorous social distancing would allow France to avoid renewed lockdowns currently being imposed in several European countries.
Ceremony returned as a live show for the first time since 2017
A group supporting former President Donald Trump's agenda is working to bypass Wisconsin's Democratic governor to change the swing state's election laws
The most closely watched appointment was that of health minister, as Germany struggles to bring down its highest coronavirus infection rates of the pandemic so far. View on euronews
A space station on the Moon could be built out of lunar concrete.
China has vowed the United States will have to “pay a price” after the US declared it would diplomatically boycott the Winter Olympics over human rights abuses. The White House announced on Monday government officials would boycott the event because of human rights “atrocities”. Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian told reporters in Beijing on Tuesday the country would take “resolute countermeasures”.
Woman’s amazing reaction to landing a new job is captured on CCTV
French rescue workers dug out the body of a man but also pulled a toddler and the child's mother alive from the rubble of a three-story apartment building that collapsed Tuesday in a suspected gas explosion on southern France's Mediterranean coast. View on euronews
Humza Yousaf said he was having weekly meetings to discuss the issue.
“If you choose to support this company you are as bad ad the CEO who made this decision,” reviewer writes
Footage of the White House’s extensive holiday decorations and the efforts that went in to preparing for the season was released via YouTube on December 6.The White House officially unveiled its Christmas decorations on Monday, November 29, with the theme of “Gifts from the Heart” – inspired by “the acts of kindness and experiences that lifted our spirits this year,” First Lady Jill Biden said on Twitter.In total, the White House has 41 Christmas trees, with around 6,000 feet of ribbon, over 300 candles, and over 10,000 ornaments used. A 360-degree view of the decorations is available to view on Google Street View, the First Lady said. Credit: The White House via Storyful
Remaining contestants will spend almost one more week in the castle