Pope prays for end of Covid pandemic
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Pope prays for end of Covid pandemic
UK military shipments arrive in Ukraine amid heightened tensions on Russian border
Christian Wakeford said he refused to ‘defend the indefensible’ over alleged Covid rule breaches.
The Prime Minister had already been rocked by defection of backbench MP Christian Wakeford to the Labour Party minutes before the session.
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Must credit: Prince’s Foundation The Prince of Wales has opened an epic nature-based children’s adventure playpark, inspired by Prince George’s treehouse. The 300-square metre rustic wooden playground nestles six metres up among the trees on the Dumfries House estate in Ayrshire, Scotland, and features elevated rope bridges, a netting tunnel, two side-by-side racing slides and a tube slide. Commissioned by Charles’ charitable organisation the Prince’s Foundation, the park is designed to encourage youngsters to immerse themselves in nature, boosting their physical wellbeing and mental health amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Israel is hoping the U_N_ General Assembly will unanimously adopt a resolution rejecting and condemning any denial of the Holocaust and urging all nations and social media companies “to take active measures to combat antisemitism and Holocaust denial or distortion.”
The latest figures show a decrease in infections across most parts of the UK and among all age groups apart from younger children.
The eruption of a Tonga volcano sent "violent" waves across the Pacific and caused a boat loading oil about 6,600 miles away to topple, spilling thousands of barrels into Peruvian waters. Dozens of fishermen have protested outside Peru's main oil refinery, La Pampilla, which processes around 117,000 barrels a day and is managed by Spanish company Repsol. An Italian-flagged ship was loading the oil into La Pampilla when strong waves moved the boat and caused it to spill its cargo into the ocean.
The new rules come into effect at the end of January.
Bidding for the 'Stone III' sale closes on Wednesday evening and can be followed online.View on euronews
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Two Supreme Court justices say a media report they were at odds over the wearing of masks during the surge in coronavirus cases is false
Former TOWIE star Kirk Norcross has been praised for a "brave" Loose Women interview on his father Mick's death last year.
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Five years ago, the Camilo José Cela University became the first in Spain to welcome young people from areas of conflict.View on euronews
Ukrainian troops patrol frontline trenches as tensions rise with Russia
TotalEnergies, one of the world's largest energy conglomerates, says it is stopping its operations in Myanmar, citing "worsening" human rights abuses since last year's coup. The announcement, on Friday, was quickly followed by a similar promise from US energy giant Chevron. The firm has faced pressure to cut financial links with the junta since the army seized power from a civilian government in February 2021."The situation, in terms of human rights and more generally the rule of law, which have
Social media posts claim public figures including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Britain's Queen Elizabeth, and Pope Francis have been convicted of genocide and face arrest over their support for Covid-19 vaccination. This is false; the Canadian government and independent experts say the document shared as evidence does not come from a legitimate court."Big Pharma, Government Leaders Face Arrest as Court Convicts them of Genocide, prohibits injections," says the title of a video posted
Lebanese struggle to keep warm in the town of Ain Qenia in the Hasbaya district, south of the country, as a winter storm slams the region. Lebanon is in the throes of an economic meltdown dubbed by the World Bank as among the planet's worst since the 1850s. It is widely blamed on nepotism and corruption among the country's ruling class. Around 80 percent of Lebanon's population is now estimated to be living under the poverty line.
Don’t let No 10 chaos distract us from damage to public services. The danger is that we won’t notice how institutions such as the NHS and BBC are being meddled with, writes Yvonne Williams