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Tino Chrupalla wants schools across the country to teach German folk songs and poems but couldn’t name a single German poem himself
More than 90 years after starting, Maine's oldest lobster harvester is still doing it at age 101
Along with 16,900 species of plant, Kew Gardens is growing a budding collection of world record titles
‘Do it for our kids’: Ardern urges people to get Covid vaccine as New Zealand reports 13 cases. Mobile vaccination buses head out to boost rollout as health officials trace movements of infected essential worker who travelled outside Auckland
The retailer has announced a partnership with Amazon and extension of robot deliveries to fuel online sales.
Afghanistan: former Chevening scholars accuse UK of abandoning them. Government has prioritised rescue of current scholars but estimated 70 alumni are still in country
A former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murder in George Floyd's death is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday for allegedly violating a teenager's civil rights in a separate case that involved a restraint similar to the one used on Floyd
Texas hit by floods as Tropical Storm Nicholas strikes. The 14th named storm of the Atlantic’s 2021 hurricane season brings heavy rain and winds to Gulf Coast
‘We are changing the format to remove the competitive element and reimagining the concept into a primetime documentary special’ a statement read
Fears are mounting in the City that the Bank of England has lost control of inflation, as new figures reveal it rocketed to the highest level in almost a decade last month. While the Bank of England insists this is temporary, the pace and breadth of price rises across business are piling pressure on governor Andrew Bailey. Bailey will now have to explain himself to Chancellor Rishi Sunak in a formal letter explaining why inflation is so far above target.
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Defense attorneys for a prominent South Carolina lawyer say he plans to turn himself in to face charges in a plot to arrange his own death that ended with the shooter only grazing him in the head
Chinese state media say an earthquake collapsed homes, killed at least two people and injured dozens in the southwestern province of Sichuan
Follow the latest updates as former east London schoolgirl gives first live TV interview
Travelling throughout Europe only by train has its difficulties, but the EU and its members are highlighting the environmental virtues of this form of transport with the 'Connecting Europe Express', a train that is currently crisscrossing the continent. View on euronews
"We have an independent foreign policy", says New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, after confirming that New Zealand would not lift a ban on nuclear-powered vessels entering its waters in the wake of Australia's decision to develop a nuclear submarine fleet.
China says it will host a virtual meeting of Central and South Asian state leaders to discuss the situation in Afghanistan
Morrison evades question on when he found out about blind trust payment toward Christian Porter’s legal feesThe PM suggests there may be consequences if Porter breached ministerial guidelines as political pressure on the industry minister growsGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing Prime minister Scott Morrison addressing the media on Thursday. Morrison would not reveal if Christian Porter advised him of a blind trust’s part payment of his legal fees. Photograph: Mike Bowers/The G
Youth services in England and Wales ‘face being decimated’. Calls for more funding and 50,000 new workers and volunteers to meet steep rise in demand during Covid
The end of furlough will lay bare Britain’s twin-speed recovery from Covid. Workers in depressed sectors or regions won’t be able to plug gaps in areas that have been quicker to recover, ministers are being warned