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French President Emmanuel Macron met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Paris Thursday to discuss international crises and European issues, days before elections that will determine who succeeds her after 16 years in office. In 16 years in power, Merkel has known four French presidents and has built close relationships with all of them, despite a slightly rocky start with Macron.Despite that relationship, exemplified by a €750 billion aid deal agreed last year to help EU member states weath
Case backlog for EU citizens to settle in UK ‘may be cleared by Christmas’Figures suggest remaining applications being dealt with by the Home Office stands at 450,000 A poster on the London underground in 2019 encouraging EU nationals to apply to the post-Brexit settlement scheme. Photograph: Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images
A British study will look into the immune responses of children to mixed schedules of different COVID-19 vaccines as officials try to determine the best approach to second doses in adolescents given a small risk of heart inflammation. Children aged 12-15 in Britain will be vaccinated from next week, while those aged 16-17 have been eligible for shots since August. However, while the children will be offered a first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, officials have said that advice about second doses will be given at a later date, while more data is gathered.
The French government is seeking to limit any financial hit to the company that signed a now-cancelled submarine deal with Australia. Hundreds of jobs could be at risk. Also in today's show: IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva denies allegations that she pressed World Bank staff to alter a report in a bid to avoid angering Beijing, and British retailer M&S is to close over half its stores in France by the end of the year.
Every year from 2021 until the end of the decade, winners in five categories will each receive £1 million.
Hundreds of songbirds have died after crashing into glass skyscrapers in New York City. The deaths of the migrating birds were highlighted on Twitter by Melissa Breyer, a volunteer from New York City Audubon which works to protect wild birds and their habitats in the area. Ms Breyer discovered 226 dead birds in the area around the new World Trade Center towers and showed how the area was littered with bird carcasses.
Officials in Washington state are upset that the Biden administration is challenging a state law making it easier for workers who become ill at a former nuclear weapons production site to be compensated
Major changes to the rules for international travel are expected to be announced today. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said he will later announce measures to "simplify international travel...to reduce costs, take advantage of higher levels of vaccination, and keep us all safe". Data expert Tim White has told Sky News that as many as 12 countries could lose their red designation: Argentina, Bangladesh, Dominican Republic, Indonesia, Kenya, Maldives, Mexico, Pakistan, Peru, South Africa, Sri Lanka and Turkey.
Mexican officials had failed to find a buyer for the discreet bolthole where feared drug lord Joaquín Guzmán once escaped from government troops via a tunnel
HM Inspector of Constabulary cited major worries over how police deal with the ‘epidemic’ of violence against females, despite some improvements.
Singer once auditioned for ‘America’s Got Talent’
France derides the new deal as a ‘stab in the back’
Boasting that government policies can make a difference in improving the economy, President Joe Biden is going too far in taking credit for job growth since taking office
Law enforcement agencies may be under-estimating TikTok’s danger because they don’t know how it works, according to a DHS briefing
‘If you don’t want to wear it, that’s your choice!’ a seatbelt refuser said in the 1980s, in a refrain that is eerily familiar in the age of Covid
The annual soirée is known as the Oscars of the fashion world
<strong>Exclusive</strong>: One port operator has had to demolish building work for new checks, while other crucial customs sites do not even have planning permission yet
The study will seek to recruit 360 volunteers who will be enrolled in one of four arms of the study.
The criticism by many Fox News personalities of efforts to push COVID vaccines on the public has drawn attention to their company's own stringent rules on the topic — even from President Joe Biden himself