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The trial involving around 500 patients at multiple sites in Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania and South America.
The first all-amateur spaceflight to orbit Earth is coming to a close
‘I am thinking of getting it repainted red, white, and blue’
Prime minister will seek to calm tensions with Joe Biden over retreat from Afghanistan on White House visit
"I won't let it get the better of me."
Some 1.5 million people in England will be contacted and encouraged to use the National Booking Service.
The mayor of Del Rio, Texas, declared a state of emergency on September 17 as an estimated 12,000 migrants, including many Haitians, remained near an international bridge that crosses the Rio Grande from Mexico into the United States.Satellite images taken by Maxar on September 18 show migrants camping near the bridge in Del Rio, and crossing at shallow points on the river.Food and water have become scarce as temperatures soared, local media reported, with people gathering beneath the bridge for shade. Credit: Satellite image ©2021 Maxar Technologies via Storyful
New BBC documentary celebrates life of late royal, who died in April at 99
HONG KONG (Reuters) -Fewer than 5,000 Hong Kong people from mostly pro-establishment circles began voting on Sunday for candidates to an election committee, vetted as loyal to Beijing, who will pick the city's next China-backed leader and some of its legislature. Pro-democracy candidates are nearly absent from Hong Kong's first election since Beijing overhauled the city's electoral system to ensure that "only patriots" rule China's freest city. "The whole objective of improving the electoral system is to ensure patriots administer Hong Kong," Carrie Lam, Hong Kong's chief executive, said on Sunday morning.
The new Foreign Secretary has waded into a major diplomatic row over Britain’s new security pact with the US and Australia, insisting that “freedoms need to be defended”.
Martin Bashir was given the clothes for DNA testing, but they were never returned.
The quartet of newly minted citizen astronauts comprising the SpaceX Inspiration4 mission safely splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean off Florida's coast, completing a three-day flight of the first all-civilian crew ever launched into Earth's orbit.
Kenneth Branagh’s semi-autobiographical “Belfast,” a black-and-white family drama about the Northern Ireland city in the tumult of the late 1960s, on Saturday won the Toronto International Film Festival’s People’s Choice Award, a telling indicator of Academy Awards chances
‘The electoral arithmetic is clear – these Conservatives can’t be defeated next time unless we Liberal Democrats win Tory seats’
Mourners in California said prayers and their final goodbyes Saturday to three Marines killed in last month’s bombing in Afghanistan
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The new Secretary of State has promised a relentless focus on ‘overlooked families and undervalued communities’ across the UK.
The Duke of Edinburgh was a great listener, who liked barbeques and watching the Hairy Bikers, members of his family have revealed. The Duke of Sussex has spoken for the first time about his grandfather since his death in April, saying he gave him the space to talk about his time in Afghanistan. Prince Harry was twice deployed to Helmand province during the UK's military operations, and in a BBC tribute programme to Prince Philip he describes how his grandfather would "never probe" but listen.
‘We thought we were mates’: French ambassador laments subterfuge en route to Sydney airportJean-Pierre Thebault was angry about Aukus as he left Australia on Saturday night, saying: ‘It’s like in a couple, you know, when you commit … you don’t run away’Australia ‘regrets’ France’s recall of ambassadorGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing France's ambassador to Australia, Jean-Pierre Thebault, arrives at Sydney airport on Saturday night. Photograph: David Gray/AP
The PM is heading to Washington during a visit to the US for the UN General Assembly.