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Politicians in Central and Eastern Europe are apprehensive about the outcome of Germany's vote.View on euronews
The UK has recorded 34,460 new COVID-19 cases and 166 more deaths in the last 24-hour period, with 7,567 people currently in hospital with the disease, according to the latest available data. This time last week, 30,597 cases and 201 deaths were reported. On this day last year, there were 1,636 COVID-19 patients in hospitals across the UK.
After facing questions about the encounter, No 10 emphasised that Boris Johnson had been ‘double jabbed’.
These student-friendly recipes from Ramona Hazan, founder of Ramona’s Kitchen, are perfect for a healthy dinner or a quick lunch
A remake of a 2018 Danish film by the same name, Antoine Fuqua’s “The Guilty” puts the audience in a Los Angeles 911 call center in the middle of the night as Jake Gyllenhaal’s disgraced police officer Joe Baylor fields emergency calls from around the city
The Letters Patent is dated March 20 1326, and grants land to a supporter in the Scottish Wars of Independence in return for archers.
An M25 activist was accused of not living in an insulated home yesterday, before storming out of a live television interview.
LONDON (Reuters) -England's Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty said on Wednesday that COVID-19 transmission was currently highest in 12- to 15-year-olds, and that almost all unvaccinated children would get infected at some point. All those in the 12-15 age bracket in England are to be offered a COVID-19 vaccine after Whitty and his colleagues said last week that children would benefit from reduced disruption to their education. "There is definitely substantial transmission happening in this age group," Whitty told lawmakers.
Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti said on Wednesday his country and neighbouring Serbia should start recognising each other's car licence plates to allow free movement of people and goods and ease border tensions. Serbs in the north of Kosovo have blocked roads near border crossings with Serbia since Monday after authorities barred cars with Serbian licence plates from coming into Kosovo. Kosovo police are forcing all drivers from Serbia to remove or hide their car plates and use temporary printed registration details that are valid for 60 days.
A school bus carrying students got stuck in a sinkhole on Wednesday, September 22, after a water main burst and weakened the road in Aspen Hill, Maryland – about 15 miles from Washington, DC.This footage was posted to Twitter by Pete Piringer, the public information officer for Montgomery County Fire and Rescue service, who said there were no injuries and all “three or four students” on the bus were safely evacuated.According to local reports, the area was closed while Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) water crews work to repair the broken water main. Credit: Pete Piringer via Storyful
Y: The Last Man review – a stale, male manbaby messDisney+’s new drama imagines what the world would look like if there was just one man left on Earth … by sidelining the women who would be in control. What a waste of time Ben Schnetzer as Yorick Brown in Y: The Last Man. Photograph: Disney +
‘Betting on a low-carbon future’: why China is ending foreign coal investment. Xi Jinping’s promise reflects growing awareness of the climate crisis in China and falling renewable prices
UK drivers are concerned about engine oil and how to open their car bonnet.
Boris Johnson has indicated that a comprehensive free trade deal between the UK and US is some way off - having once said London would be "first in line" for an agreement with Washington. Speaking on the third day of his US trip, the prime minister said he wanted to make "solid incremental steps" in improving trade between the two countries. "What we're going to get from the United States now is a lifting of the decades old ban, totally unjustified, discriminating on British farmers and British lamb," Mr Johnson said outside the US Capitol building in Washington DC.
Football Index went into administration in March, leaving around 280,000 customers out of pocket by around £3.2 million.
The bad boy of Morocco is cleaning up its act thanks to a wealth of new investment, writes <strong>Lorna Parkes</strong>
The World Health Organization has tightened its guidelines for recommended air pollution limits, after it found evidence of damage to human health at lower levels than previously thought.View on euronews
A recording captures the "goosebump-raising" moment a mother-of-four discovers she has won £1m on a National Lottery scratchcard. Debbie Goolding, from Aldershot, Hampshire, can be heard screaming and laughing as a Camelot telephone operator confirms the win.
A library devoted to Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami’s writings, scrapbooks and record collection opens next week in Tokyo for research, cultural exchange and a gathering spot for his fans
The singer said she has treated the illness with medication and therapy.