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Ted Cruz on Friday claimed that “far more children would be murdered” and “many more” women would be assaulted if the US banned guns. The Republican senator made his comments during the National Rifle Association’s annual convention in Houston, less than 300 miles from where 19 children and two adults were killed in a school shooting on Tuesday. “Let me tell you what would happen if they succeeded in confiscating guns, many more people would lose their lives,” Cruz said.
Countries around the world on Saturday adopted an initial U.S.-led reform of the rules around disease outbreaks, known as the International Health Regulations (IHR), the United States said. The amendments, adopted at the World Health Organization (WHO) assembly, were agreed at a meeting seen as a once-in-a-generation chance for the U.N. health agency to strengthen its role after some 15 million deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic. The changes sought by Washington, and backed by others such as Japan and the European Union, mark a first step in a broader reform of the IHR, which set out countries' legal obligations around disease outbreaks, expected to take up to two years.
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What better way to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee than with a terribly British afternoon tea - here are the best places to get one according to Tripadvisor reviews.
Relatively strict laws help keep firearms violence well below US levels but advocates say ‘there’s much more we could be doing’
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In a personal message ahead of the Platinum Jubilee, the Prime Minister praised the monarch’s leadership, wisdom and lifelong service.
Laurence Knight, 33, was arrested in July last year.
Latest data shows 23 places have signed to pledge respect, support, and fair treatment to the Armed Forces.
Two lanes of a motorway have reopened after a crash involving three vehicles.
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The restrictions which coloured life for so many during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic are proving something of a dry run for life in the Ukrainian capital now, according to one Kyiv resident. For more than three months Oksana Goshel, 34, has been filing audio diaries detailing life in a war zone - and its dramatic shifts - for the Sky News podcast, Ukraine War Diaries. "We were laughing and saying that COVID was kind of a good rehearsal for Ukraine," she says.
A 1996 school shooting that killed 16 children in Dunblane, Scotland was Britain's deadliest school shooting — and also the only one
Suella Braverman says schools can treat pupils who identify as trans as if they were their birth sex because under-18s cannot legally change sex
People said the celebration, delayed by a year, was not overshadowed by the row over the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Firefighters had battled to extinguish the blaze as it ripped through the 85ft vessel in Torquay.
Policeman collapses from tear gas, as ticket holders struggle to enter UCL final
Anta Ba arrived at the gate of the Tivaouane hospital in western Senegal early on Thursday to breastfeed her baby daughter, the only one of her triplets not discharged because she was still considered too weak. But a guard stopped her and told her that there had been a fire in the neonatal unit.
Glee star said he is no longer able to ‘judge the competition fairly’ after breaking protocol