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Daniela Longhin, 51, has been missing from her Lewisham address since Monday 13 September and officers from the South East London Missing Persons team are working to locate her. Ms Longhin has not been in contact with her family since Sunday 12 September which police say is totally out of character.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is travelling to the United States with senior Cabinet officials to urge world leaders attending the U.N. General Assembly to take urgent action on climate change ahead of this fall's COP26 climate summit in Scotland
Police who were called to the scene said she spoke perfect English but they have not yet been to establish her nationality. The woman was rescued by a team of 14 who used 4x4s and then had to walk two miles over jagged rocks to get to reach her. The was described as being 5ft 4in with shoulder-length hair and survived several nights in an inhospitable area where wild animals roam at night.
Female staff said they had been trying to return to work at the ministry for several weeks since the Taliban takeover last month, only to be told to go home. The sign outside the Ministry of Women's Affairs has been replaced by one for the Ministry for Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice. "The Ministry of Women's Affairs must be reactivated," said Baseera Tawana, one of the protesters outside the building.
A new Paris exhibition is shining a light on seven artists using their work to resist Myanmar’s military junta. FRANCE 24 interviewed Bart Was Not Here, one of the artists featured. "I’m not an activist, I’m an artist,” says Bart Was Not Here, categorically rejecting being portrayed as a political dissident. However, since the army’s coup in Myanmar on February 1 this year, the 25-year-old artist has been using his art to campaign against the country’s military junta. He is one of seven Burmese
Naval source reveals how investigations are carried out, and why a body wouldn’t be stored in a torpedo tube
He starred as Boycie in the beloved sitcom between 1981 and 2003.
‘I felt this huge relief’: how antibody injections could free the immunosuppressed under Covid FDA expected to issue full emergency authorization for periodic antibody injections, or PrEP, to complement vaccinations Janet Handal, 70, is a transplant recipient who founded a Facebook group of immunocompromised people. Photograph: Benjamin Ryan
Jimmy Greaves, England and Tottenham great, dies aged 81
In the elections no one wanted, Canada is tilting towards the status quoFrom the climate crisis to housing, the main parties’ policies adhere strictly to the liberal, free-market script ‘From the first day of the campaign, the country faced an important, unnecessary election.’ From left: the Liberal leader, Justin Trudeau; the NDP leader, Jagmeet Singh; and the Conservative leader, Erin O’Toole. Photograph: Reuters
With the issue dividing both staff and employers, the discourse around where we work shouldn’t be so binary
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Health ‘levelling up’ will flop if cuts are not reversed, Javid told. Exclusive: Ministers must restore public health funding after decade of cuts, world expert Michael Marmot to say
The Thames Barrier has been closed for its annual test closure, held at the start of the autumn to test the equipment, systems and staff. The Barrier's individual gates were moved into a range of operational positions, including fully closed, to stop the flow of the incoming tide. The Barrier has closed operationally 199 times over its 37-year history.
King Willem-Alexander has officially unveiled a new memorial in the heart of Amsterdam’s historic Jewish Quarter to honor the more than 102,000 Dutch victims of the Holocaust
The European Union's poorest member state is facing a new election on Nov. 14, after inconclusive votes in April and July. Public anger over corruption brought down former centre-right Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, but wrangling and rivalry have prevented his political opponents, the so-called "parties of change", from forging a parliamentary majority and forming a new government. Appointed by President Rumen Radev as interim ministers in May, Harvard-educated Kiril Petkov, 41, and Assen Vassilev, 44, have gained public recognition for their efforts to uncover graft-prone shortcomings in Borissov's government.
Labour MP ‘appalled’ that Rosie Duffield feels unable to attend conferencePat McFadden says party must find way to debate difficult issues without resorting to abuse Pat McFadden, a shadow Treasury minister, says the Labour party must find ways of allowing people to debate difficult issues without resorting to abuse'. Photograph: UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor/PA
Sir Lindsay Hoyle welcomed his counterparts from across the world.
Dozens of law enforcement officers have started a second day of searching in a vast wildlife area near Florida’s Gulf Coast for a 23-year-old man that authorities consider a person of interest in the disappearance of his girlfriend who went missing while on a cross-country trek
A monument listing 102,163 Dutch victims of the Holocaust was unveiled by King Willem-Alexander in Amsterdam on Sunday, the first national memorial to be built in the Netherlands. The monument, designed by Daniel Libeskind, 75, who lost relatives in the Holocaust, lies in the centre of the Dutch capital and is a labyrinth of brick walls that, when seen from above, form Hebrew letters reading "in remembrance". Each stone carries the name of a Jew, Roma or Sinti who was deported from the Netherlands and who died in Nazi concentration camps during World War II. It is the first memorial to commemorate all the victims from across the Netherlands in one place.