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The British superstar had been scheduled to start a three-month residence at the Caesars Palace Hotel in what were to be her first live appearances since 2017. Half my crew, half my team are down with COVID. Saying she was "sorry" eight times in a 92-second message, especially for people who had traveled to Las Vegas for the show, Adele said the delays prevented her from perfecting the show to her standards and she promised to reschedule.
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Humanitarian officials estimate that about 84,000 people — more than 80% of the Pacific nation’s population — have been affected.
Primark has revealed plans to cut hundreds of jobs in a shake-up of store management - as it pledges not to raise prices.
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'French and Saunders' icon Dawn French says "cheap" reality shows are killing comedy programmes, because they don't cost as much to make.
Boris Johnson is clinging to his premiership as allegations of Covid rule-breaking pile up. But if he goes, which Conservative MPs will throw their hats into a leadership race and ultimately replace him?
TotalEnergies, one of the world's largest energy conglomerates, says it is stopping its operations in Myanmar, citing "worsening" human rights abuses since last year's coup. The announcement, on Friday, was quickly followed by a similar promise from US energy giant Chevron. The firm has faced pressure to cut financial links with the junta since the army seized power from a civilian government in February 2021."The situation, in terms of human rights and more generally the rule of law, which have
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At least one child was killed in northern Syria this week when a storm blanketed tented camps in snow and brought freezing temperatures, compounding the misery of thousands of people displaced by the Mediterranean country's decade-long war. The child died and its mother was in intensive care after snow caused their tent to collapse in the Qastal Miqdad area, as a result of the storm that struck on Jan. 18, the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said. "I was scared the tent would fall down on the kids," Abu Anas said in Zaitoun camp in northern Syria, after his family fled from eastern Gouta, an area on the outskirts of Damascus that was devastated by the conflict.
The legal battle comes in the week relations between the Government and the BBC were strained over the licence fee.
The Duke of Cambridge will make his first official visit to the United Arab Emirates next month to help promote UK talent.
A Londonartist has turned his life around going from graffiti crew member to celebrated painter with his work being beamed on giant screens on Oxford Street after winning a competition during lockdown. Kojo Marfo’s Ghanaian-inspired images fetch £100,000 and he has had successful shows across the globe including in Mayfair and Miami. In 2020, living in lockdown he won a competition entitled ‘Isolation Mastered’ organised by Mayfair gallery owner Jean David Malat.
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A long-awaited report on sexual abuse in Germany’s Munich diocese has faulted retired Pope Benedict XVI’s handling of several cases when he was archbishop in the 1970s and 1980s. View on euronews