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Emma Smart, who undertook a hunger strike while in jail, said it ‘helped her focus’ on her protesting.
The company said demand for some tech was ‘strong’, such as virtual reality consoles which ‘flew off the shelves’.
A Team GB record for an "away" Olympics.
'Brothers and sisters, this is the real world we live in'
The coronavirus pandemic has forced the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting of world leaders, business executives and other heavyweights to go virtual for the second year in a row
Police rebuked Vianna McKenzie-Bramble for hosting a party on the same day as the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.
Meteorology student Isaac Schluesche captured the images while storm chasing near the town of Earth, Texas
New 2022 goal puts overhaul five years behind schedule
The massive underwater volcanic eruption in Tonga was so powerful it was recorded around the world and triggered a tsunami that flooded Pacific coastlines from Japan to the United States, scientists said Sunday.
A nine-year-old girl in Vancouver had her Christmas saved after a daring tree climber salvaged her new drone after it got crashed high up in a poplar tree on its very first flight.Daniel Holliday, known online as the Climbing Arborist, came to the rescue after being contacted by nine-year-old Emma’s father. Holliday was able to recover the Christmas present and bring it back down to a very excited Emma and her very thankful father.Though a couple of drone’s propellers had been damaged in the crash, Emma’s father said they had replacement parts. “We can fix that, no problem!” he said. Credit: Daniel Holliday via Storyful
The comedian was the oldest contestant to lift the glitterball trophy.
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Hundreds of thousands of Indian pilgrims begin packing an island in the Ganges for a vast religious festival as Covid-19 cases surge nationwide, prompting fears of a superspreader event. Officials said they expected as many as three million people, including ash-smeared, dreadlocked ascetics, to take a ritual dip in the holy river on 14 January 2022, the climax of the annual Gangasagar Mela.
The UK recorded 81,713 new cases of coronavirus and 287 deaths on Saturday as infections continue to fall. It was the first time the number of daily infections had dipped below 100,000 since December 21. Separate figures published by the Office for National Statistics show there have been a total of 176,000 deaths registered in the UK where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenage motorcyclist was left fighting for his life after a collision on the A13 in Newham. Emergency service were scrambled to the A13 near the Beckton Flyover at just after 7am on Friday. Witnesses reported that the victim, 19, had collided with the central reservation on the westbound carriageway.
Pandemics, the climate crisis and the algorithms used by tech giants feel too amorphous to squeeze into the dramatic form, says the Guardian’s chief culture writer Charlotte Higgins
'Kill the bill' protests take place across the UK
A SWAT team and FBI officers have been called to a hostage situation in a Texas synagogue, where a man is reportedly holding members of the congregation. The incident at Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville is ongoing. Dara Nelson, a police sergeant for Colleyville Police, said there were no injuries to report and that officers had evacuated the area.
Novak Djokovic has lost his appeal against deportation in Australia after a court on Sunday threw out his application to stay.
The US has shared concerns that Russia could preparing for the possibility of a new military assault to justify an invasion of Ukraine, a government official said. Ukrainian government websites were hit with a warning today to "be afraid and expect the worst". Russia has denied involvement, despite having now amassed more than 100,000 troops on its neighbour's borders and releasing pictures of more of its forces on the move earlier today.