NYPD van doused in petrol during protests
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NYPD van doused in petrol during protests
China's blanket ban on crypto trading and mining will open up new opportunities for free market economies that encourage innovation. View on euronews
The front pages are dominated by the latest developments around the fuel situation as the working week begins.
Possible coalitions in Germany
The Guardian view on Starmer’s Labour: time to take on the ToriesThe Labour leader must know his party faces existential implications if it suffers a historic fifth election defeat Sir Keir Starmer in Brighton for the Labour party conference. ‘Sir Keir needs a message that is both combative and hopeful.’ Photograph: Hannah McKay/Reuters
More than 6,500 people were killed in the six-week conflict for control of the region.View on euronews
Covid has wiped out years of progress on life expectancy, finds studyPandemic behind biggest fall in life expectancy in western Europe since second world war, say researchers The study analysed data from 29 countries and found 27 had experienced reductions in life expectancy. Photograph: Jorge Mantilla/NurPhoto/Rex/Shutterstock
Anthony Joshua has been criticised by heavyweight rival Dillian Whyte after his stunning defeat by Oleksandr Usyk. Joshua lost his WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO world titles after being outclassed in only his second professional defeat at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday night. The Briton could never build on his fleeting moments of promise against the former undisputed cruiserweight champion in north London, with the highly-skilled and nimble Usyk boxing masterfully for the most part to claim a fully deserved unanimous decision victory.
The lead judge investigating last year’s massive blast in Beirut’s port has suspended his work in the case after he was formally notified that a former Cabinet minister had submitted a request to recuse him
The UK has been struggling with supply chain issues due to a shortage of lorry drivers blamed on COVID-19, Brexit, and an ageing workforce. View on euronews
RAC figures show the average price of a litre of petrol across the UK reached the highest level since September 2013 on Sunday.
Small boats arrivals in 2021 now stand at more than double the figure for the whole of 2020, when 8,417 people crossed the Dover Strait.
More than 100 people gathered at General Gordon Square in Woolwich to hold a vigil in memory of 15-year-old Tamim Ian Habimana, who was stabbed to death while walking home in south-east London. His mother, Hawa Haragakiza, called for more to be done to protect people on the UK’s streets.
The transport secretary has said there would be no fuel queues if motorists filled up as normal as he accused a haulage group of triggering the "manufactured situation". Speaking to Sky News' Trevor Phillips on Sunday programme, Grant Shapps insisted there was "plenty of fuel" and urged the public to be "sensible" as some retailers were forced to shut their pumps and ration sales in the face of long lines at petrol stations for a third day. The supply crisis has been caused by a shortage of fuel tanker drivers.
MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russian President Vladimir Putin spent several days hiking and fishing in Siberia in early September, the Kremlin said on Sunday as it published pictures of the president on the holiday. A caption under one of the 20 pictures published on the Kremlin web site said the president stopped for a few days in Siberia after a working trip to Russia's Far East in early September. Several days later, in the middle of September Putin said he would have to spend "a few days" in self-isolation after dozens of people in his entourage fell ill with COVID-19.
Fans have been eager to get a glimpse of the new season
TikTok creator roasts 'sexist' date who said women 'need to know their role'
Rowdy Norwegians got into brawls outside nightclubs and bars hours after their lockdown was lifted after nearly two years, police said. Police in Norway on Sunday reported dozens of disturbances and violent clashes including mass brawls in the Nordic country’s big cities. Fights broke out as streets, bars, restaurants and nightclubs were filled with people celebrating the end of lockdown which lasted for more than a year.
CIA officials under Trump discussed assassinating Julian Assange – reportMike Pompeo and officials requested ‘options’ for killing Assange following WikiLeaks’ publication of CIA hacking tools, report says Julian Assange is now in prison in London, from where he is fighting extradition to the US. Photograph: Frank Augstein/AP
Iceland believed briefly Sunday it had become the first country in Europe to have a women-majority parliament after its election a day earlier, but a recount showed it fell short, an election official told AFP.
Rodents have become ‘bigger and braver’ during lockdown, according to a pest control expert