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The President’s right-hand medic defended himself from claims on Fox News Radio that he was deliberately trying to stoke fear among Americans
Report find women are less likely to be in paid work, work eight fewer hours and paid 19% less an hour on average than men
The Labour leader urged people who have not taken up the offer to ‘think again’ and get vaccinated.
A group supporting former President Donald Trump's agenda is working to bypass Wisconsin's Democratic governor to change the swing state's election laws
Our Wee Place has been commissioned by the Northern Ireland Office and will be delivered to schools, Sure Start centres and libraries.
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.
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".
The bustling, cosmopolitan business hub of Hong Kong may be losing its shine among foreign companies and expatriates with its stringent anti-pandemic rules requiring up to 21 days of quarantine for new arrivals
A space station on the Moon could be built out of lunar concrete.
The prime minister has talked of taking away passports and driving licences from those caught using class A drugs
Judges at the International Court of Justice examining Armenian allegations that Azerbaijan breached a convention against racial discrimination on Tuesday ordered Azerbaijan to prevent incitement of racial hatred against Armenians and protect Armenian prisoners of war. The court has yet to rule on a similar case from Azerbaijan's side, who filed a countersuit alleging violations of the same U.N. anti-discrimination treaty. In October last year, Azeri troops drove ethnic Armenian forces out of swathes of territory they had controlled since the 1990s in and around the Nagorno-Karabakh region, before Russia brokered a ceasefire.
The army was deployed to help residents in north east Scotland.
From faux to real foliage, there’s no reason for a naked door this festive season
Peter Halcrow, Arthur’s maternal grandfather, said warnings had been issued by the little boy’s other grandparents.
Footage of the White House’s extensive holiday decorations and the efforts that went in to preparing for the season was released via YouTube on December 6.The White House officially unveiled its Christmas decorations on Monday, November 29, with the theme of “Gifts from the Heart” – inspired by “the acts of kindness and experiences that lifted our spirits this year,” First Lady Jill Biden said on Twitter.In total, the White House has 41 Christmas trees, with around 6,000 feet of ribbon, over 300 candles, and over 10,000 ornaments used. A 360-degree view of the decorations is available to view on Google Street View, the First Lady said. Credit: The White House via Storyful
The defending champion will enter the final race of the season level on points with his title rival
The campmates had to bid farewell to one of the celebrities.
Hilarious video from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport shows the bizarre moment a bag rolled across the tarmac for almost a minute on a windy November day.
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
A group of anti-junta protesters marched in Yangon on December 6, in the wake of the sentencing of Aung San Suu Kyi and a day after several people died when a similar group was rammed by a car.Video filmed by journalist Htet Arkar shows the crowd holding banners denouncing the junta and its leader, Min Aung Hlaing.Myanmar’s rulers said Monday night that Aung San Suu Kyi and deposed president Win Myint would only serve half of the four-year sentences handed down earlier that day.Protests have been frequent in Myanmar since a February coup by the military. The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (Burma) has estimated 1,303 people have been killed in severe crackdowns. Credit: Htet Arkar via Storyful