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It’s easy to see why the Echo Dot is Amazon’s most popular smart speaker.
French ruling party lawmaker Pascal Bois was at home asleep a few days after Christmas when firefighters banged on his front door to tell him his garage was in flames.
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Restrictions introduced in late December in response to the emergence of the Omicron variant are also set to be lifted.
Weber said it was ‘unaware’ of the news of the US rock star’s death when the recipe was sent out.
Former Conservative MP Ben Howlett believes Whips have been playing on the inexperience and insecurities of recently-elected MPs by suggesting they could lose funding if they don't follow their instructions. He says the pandemic has meant they have lacked a "support network" of more seasoned members who could help them navigate these situations.
Los Angeles, the second most populous U.S. city, is weighing whether to ban new oil and gas drilling and phase out hundreds of existing wells
A Myanmar military tribunal sentenced a member of Aung San Suu Kyi's ousted party to death for terror offences on Friday, the junta said in a statement.
The Bat Out Of Hell singer’s death was described as ‘our loss, Heaven’s gain’.
Social media posts claim public figures including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Britain's Queen Elizabeth, and Pope Francis have been convicted of genocide and face arrest over their support for Covid-19 vaccination. This is false; the Canadian government and independent experts say the document shared as evidence does not come from a legitimate court."Big Pharma, Government Leaders Face Arrest as Court Convicts them of Genocide, prohibits injections," says the title of a video posted
Must credit: Prince’s Foundation The Prince of Wales has opened an epic nature-based children’s adventure playpark, inspired by Prince George’s treehouse. The 300-square metre rustic wooden playground nestles six metres up among the trees on the Dumfries House estate in Ayrshire, Scotland, and features elevated rope bridges, a netting tunnel, two side-by-side racing slides and a tube slide. Commissioned by Charles’ charitable organisation the Prince’s Foundation, the park is designed to encourage youngsters to immerse themselves in nature, boosting their physical wellbeing and mental health amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
In a message to the nation’s monarch Tupou VI, the Queen said she was ‘shocked and saddened’ by the eruption.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said Friday he was cutting short an official visit to Suriname and Guyana and returning home after his mother died.
The vast rustic wooden playground, commissioned by The Prince’s Foundation, sits among the trees on the Dumfries House estate.
“We are spending money on harming people rather than saving them,” Sir Robert Buckland warned.
Anne Frank and her much-loved diary were celebrated at an event attended by the Duchess of Cornwall.
A federal judge is weighing whether prosecutors should be allowed to use “racially insensitive” text messages as evidence in the hate crimes trial of three white men who chased and killed Ahmaud Arbery
There were 1,514 people in hospital on Wednesday with recently confirmed Covid-19, with 43 of them in intensive care.
The pilot scheme, due to begin within weeks, is targeted at patients who are ready to leave hospital but need extra care support
‘Vaccinations work, I encourage people to have them’: the army veteran helping his community to get boosted. Nigel Jones, an emergency medical technician, has spent 41 years working for the army and the emergency services. Here, he explains why what he saw during the pandemic prompted him, along with other military veterans, to lend his skills to the Covid-19 vaccination effort