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Russian athletes are still present at Tokyo 2020, despite a ban for the country over a state-sponsored doping scheme
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Boris Johnson lifted the vast majority of the remaining Covid-19 restrictions in England on July 19, as the country moved to step four of its coronavirus lockdown roadmap. Every adult in the UK should have had the chance to have both doses of a coronavirus vaccine by mid-September, the Government said. The government has said it was not expecting work in offices to be completely back on July 19.
Aid cuts make a mockery of UK pledges on girls’ education. The government’s words at the global education summit are completely at odds with its behaviour. Whatever the event achieves will be despite its UK hosts, not because of them
While native to Britain and Ireland, the red squirrel is under threat of extinction.
"I love meat! I just don’t love the consequences of it." Bernat Añaños is leading a food revolution, as Europe’s fastest-growing producer of vegan meat. The co-founder of Heura Foods tells FRANCE 24 about the challenges and benefits of producing alternative meat products that are "simple, healthy, and have a positive impact on the planet".
British athletes off to impressive start in Japan
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Scientists said ‘invasion costs were increasing rapidly over time’.
Tunisia's crisis has thrown the fate of its much-lauded young democracy into the balance - and with it that of the Ennahda party, a mainstream Islamist movement that has played a uniquely central role in an Arab state through the ballot box. President Kais Saied's decision to seize control of government, dismiss the premier and suspend parliament has cast doubt over Tunisia's democracy and Ennahda's place in it, kindling fierce debate in the party over how to respond. Since Tunisia's 2011 revolution triggered the "Arab Spring" uprisings, most Islamist parties in Arab countries have either faced violent suppression or been co-opted into political systems where ultimate power is held by authoritarian leaders.
The 57 migrants who drowned off the coast of Libya on Sunday added to the toll of nearly 1,000 lives lost in the Mediterranean Sea this year alone, the UN agency International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has revealed. In addition to the 57 who drowned on Sunday when their boat sank, there are at least 20 women and two toddlers missing from the sinking, while 18 were rescued, according to the IOM.Local fishermen and the Libyan coastguard rescued 18 people from the waters 120 kilometres east
Britons still on furlough most likely to be arts and creative workers. Two industries overtake hospitality sector as number on scheme drops by 590,000 after taper kicks in
British holidaymakers in Spain are poised to escape quarantine next week after ministers received data showing there are no beta variant cases in the country's main tourist areas. The analysis, seen by The Telegraph, shows there are no beta cases in the Balearics – the most popular destination for Britons – and none in a huge expanse of the south, from Seville in the west to Granada on the southern coast and Malaga and Murcia in the east. The variant, which originated in South Africa, is instead
Johnson is the only male athlete to win the 200 metres and 400 metres at a single Olympic Games
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) -Hundreds of Eritrean refugees protested in the Ethiopian capital on Thursday, calling on the United Nations refugee agency to relocate friends and family who they say are trapped in two refugee camps by fighting in the Tigray region. Clashes between armed groups have escalated in and aroundthe camps - Mai Aini and Adi Harush - and two refugees have beenkilled this month, the UNHCR said this week. The United States said on Tuesday it was deeply concerned about the fate of Eritrean refugees in Tigray.
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Jodie Whittaker is stepping down as the 13th Doctor.
Jason Irvine is also alleged to have carried out a separate assault in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh.
Robust consumer spending fuelled by vaccinations and government stimulus helped gross domestic product (GDP) grow at an annualised rate of 6.5% in the April-June period, according to the bureau of economic analysis. But supply chain problems took their toll on firms trying to restock their shelves while a fall in house building also partly reflected supply issues.
Ninety-nine per cent of pregnant women who have been admitted to hospital with Covid were unvaccinated, a study by the University of Oxford suggests, as doctors and midwives urged expectant mothers to get the jab. Since the beginning of the pandemic and up to July 11, more than 3,300 pregnant women have been admitted to hospital with the virus, according to data from the UK Obstetric Surveillance System. But only four per cent of those admitted since Feb 1 had received a single dose of vaccine a