Olivia Rodrigo reads fan tweets with Dr Fauci
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Olivia Rodrigo reads fan tweets with Dr Fauci
The latest review of the UK’s travel restrictions is the most eagerly anticipated yet, with hopes that additions to the green list could mean a last-minute summer holiday abroad. From August 2, fully vaccinated people travelling from the EU and the US can enter the UK without having to quarantine. The rumoured amber watchlist could put thousands of holidaymakers at risk of having to stay in hotel quarantine.
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British athletes continue to impress in Japan
Hitting its stride after a faltering start, South Africa’s mass vaccination campaign gave jabs to 220,000 people a day last week and is accelerating toward the goal of 300,000 per day
The government is expected to announce the offering of a coronavirus vaccine to some 1.4 million teenagers "imminently", a minister has confirmed. Speaking to Kay Burley on Sky News, universities minister Michelle Donelan said Number 10 was awaiting advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), which is assessing whether all 16 and 17-year-olds should receive the jab, and that an announcement would be made "shortly". Ms Donelan did not answer whether parental consent may be required for teenagers to accept the offer of vaccine.
Tsimanouskaya said she feared for her safety in Belarus and has been offered a humanitarian visa by Poland
DUBAI (Reuters) -Oman on Wednesday identified the Panama-flagged Asphalt Princess as the tanker involved in a hijacking which Britain's maritime trade agency earlier said was over. The statement by Oman's Maritime Security Centre was the first official confirmation of Tuesday's incident in the Arabian Sea which maritime security sources had told Reuters involved suspected Iranian-backed forces. Iran denied any involvement.
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Frazer Clarke took the bronze medal after his semi-final was stopped due to a cut over his right eye.
Public anger in Lebanon is mounting a year after the August 4, 2020, Beirut blast, with a stalled investigation, crippling economic crisis and political sclerosis. Amid an increasing crackdown on dissent and freedom of expression, it’s a combustible mix for a country gripped with grief and outrage. The Saturday after the August 4, 2020, Beirut blast, Hussein El Achi and his fellow activists gathered at Martyr’s Square in the heart of the Lebanese capital to protest the government negligence that
Health officials in France on Tuesday activated an emergency plan on the Mediterranean island of Corsica as a fourth wave of Covid infections spread across the country. The government also announced it was reactivating a package of measures designed to support medical staff as they brace for a fresh intake of cases.More of France's popular coastal areas meanwhile reintroduced the compulsory wearing of masks in a bid to stem the incoming coronavirus tide.Health officials on Corsica said they were
The post by the former Only Way Is Essex star promoted a foreign exchange trading tips service.
The Duchess of Sussex is celebrating her 40th birthday following a turbulent 12 months. Meghan and Harry are likely to have planned a low-key celebration as they are reportedly taking time off to care for the latest addition to their family, baby Lili who is a little sister for their son Archie. Daughter Lilibet was born exactly two months ago on June 4 after the duchess experienced the heartbreak of a miscarriage a few weeks before her 39th birthday last year.
Right from the first run of the day Sky Brown looked completely at home. An Olympic debut that was as much hanging out with her skateboarding mates as it was a fight for the precious medals. "From Great Britain Sky Brown!" the American venue host kept announcing at the Ariake Urban Sports Park in Tokyo.
Scientists say there’s something different this year as the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather
Heaven, a popular LGBTQ+ inclusive nightclub, is to become the UK’s first club to be turned into a pop-up “vax centre” offering its visitors a dose of the Pfizer jab. Amy Lamé, London’s Night Czar, confirmed the news on Twitter while Jeremy Joseph, who owns the G-A-Y group of London and Manchester bars, urged Londoners to take up the opportunity. “Nightclubs have always been part of the Covid solution, and I’m really proud to be working with NHS England, Westminster City Council and Jeremy Joseph to make this happen,” Ms Lamé wrote.
The Taliban has claimed responsibility for a car bomb attack in Afghanistan's capital which targeted the country's acting defence minister. The blast in Kabul on Tuesday night was followed by a five-hour gunfight between Afghan security forces and Taliban insurgents. The defence minister, Bismillah Khan Mohammadi, survived and his family were evacuated to safety, Interior Ministry spokesman Mirwais Stanekzai said.
TikTok creator became suspicious over amount of ceramics posted to Rogen’s social media channels
Ben Whittaker had set his sights on becoming the Mayor of Wolverhampton if he won boxing gold. The 24-year-old, who has been a breath of fresh air in the ring in Tokyo, was simply outclassed by Arlen Lopez in the light heavyweight final. The Cuban had won gold at the last Olympics at middleweight and, on the evidence of his five bouts, the step-up in weight has not proved particularly problematic.