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Storm Barra is expected to bring ice, wind and rain - which could cause flooding for parts of the UK on Wednesday.
Merrick Garland finally made his Supreme Court debut on Tuesday
‘We sat for about an hour and a half while they sorted it out,’ says Lysa Hardy, the first passenger to emerge from arrivals at Gatwick
French rescue workers dug out the body of a man but also pulled a toddler and the child's mother alive from the rubble of a three-story apartment building that collapsed Tuesday in a suspected gas explosion on southern France's Mediterranean coast. View on euronews
Fans of Dr Dolittle might think they know what a Pushmi-Pullyu is. The Rex Harrison movie of 1967 portrayed the Pushmi-Pullyu as a two-headed llama. The Bank of England finds itself in a rather similar predicament.
A second woman who claims Ghislaine Maxwell groomed her for abuse by the late financier Jeffrey Epstein while she was a teenager took the witness stand in the British socialite’s sex trafficking trial on Monday. The woman, who is testifying under the pseudonym Kate, is the second of four women named in a 2021 indictment against Maxwell. Kate said she was 17 when she met Maxwell for tea at her London townhouse in 1994.
The world’s first plant-based Covid vaccine has shown strong protection against the virus in clinical trials and has been sent to regulators for authorisation across the world, its creators have announced. Medicago, based in Quebec City, on Tuesday confirmed that its two-dose vaccine was 71 per cent effective against the disease in a late-stage study and that no serious safety issues were detected. The company said its vaccine was effective against the Delta variant but results did not include the Omicron variant, which was not circulating at the time of the study period.
The most closely watched appointment was that of health minister, as Germany struggles to bring down its highest coronavirus infection rates of the pandemic so far. View on euronews
California congressman has claimed without evidence that social media companies seek to censor Republicans
The prime minister has talked of taking away passports and driving licences from those caught using class A drugs
BERLIN (Reuters) -Germany's Chancellor-in-waiting Olaf Scholz expressed concern on Tuesday about Russian troop movements on the Ukrainian border and said any attempts to cross the frontier would be unacceptable. "It is very, very important that no one rolls through the history books to draw new borders," Scholz said at a news conference after signing a three-party coalition agreement. U.S. President Joe Biden is to tell President Vladimir Putin later that Russia faces tough economic sanctions if it invades Ukraine, U.S. officials have said, as thousands of Russian troops mass near the Ukrainian border.
Health Secretary Sajid Javid is given a tour of a drug rehabilitation facility in South London where he learns about what services it offers and the process of helping people beat addiction. .
Kim Petras has opened up about being seen as a “joke” in her home country of Germany, and dismissed by the US music industry.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer lambasts the government for not acting quickly enough to bring in pre-departure Covid tests, saying "as ever they are behind the curve". He points out he "called upon" the government to do this last week and they delayed "as they always do".
Results of first laboratory experiments on new variant ‘better than I expected’, scientist says
French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly granted an interview to FRANCE 24 and RFI in Dakar, Senegal. Parly slammed a "disinformation campaign" aimed at creating "anti-French discourse" in Africa's Sahel region, as France reorganises its military presence there. The minister said she did not believe Russian Wagner group mercenaries were in the Malian capital Bamako, but added that "that does not mean the current Malian authorities are not planning to bring them there". The arrival of Russian mercenaries in Mali would be "simply unacceptable", she said.
Exclusive: at least 16 notices issued to prevent future deaths after inquests highlight care failures
Cherry Vann, the Bishop of Monmouth, is in the running to be elected the Church in Wales’ first lesbian archbishop.
Perrie Edwards shares adorable video of baby Axel dancing to Christmas song
Asylum seekers could face longer in migration limbo as Priti Patel has refused to set a time limit for responding to their applications in her new border crackdown. The Home Secretary has laid an amendment to her Nationalities and Borders Bill which means the Home Office will not be tied to a six-month limit after which it has to consider a newly arrived migrant’s asylum claim. Immigration officials have been struggling to remove migrants within the six-month period even when they have come to t