Rep. Lauren Boebert rejects federal aid
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Rep. Lauren Boebert rejects federal aid
Everything you need to know about the latest travel announcements
The latest review of the UK’s travel restrictions will come in the last week of August after wholesale changes were made to the travel lists on August 5. From August 8, four countries are being removed from England’s red list and four are being added while seven more, including Germany are being added to the green list. When is the next UK travel review?
British athletes continue to impress in Japan
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Fueled by hot and dry weather, the Dixie Fire in Northern California continues to grow, prompting more orders for residents to flee their homes. The blaze has swelled to almost 255,000 acres in size and is 35 percent contained, local authorities say.
Millions more people vulnerable to flooding in next decade, study showsPopulations in flood-prone regions is increasing, with 57 countries especially susceptible People living along the Shilabati River in Bengal, India, navigate their town by boat after heavy rains flooded the streets. Photograph: Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
Visitors to US Titanic museum injured by replica icebergWall representing iceberg that sank ship falls over at Tennessee visitor attraction The Titanic replica at the Pigeon Forge tourist attraction. The ice wall has now partially collapsed. Photograph: Titanic Museum
Maher will marry his American fiancee Sophie at home in Hertfordshire, with his gold medal-winning horse stabled just 50m a
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain will offer all 16- and 17-year-olds their first dose of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, its vaccine advisers said on Wednesday, a move that will give more children protection against the disease before schools return in September. Britain's Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) had initially advised less than two weeks ago that only medically vulnerable children would be offered the vaccine, saying it was taking a precautionary approach. On Wednesday, it updated that initial advice in light of changes in the spread of the disease in younger groups, and the latest safety data that was available.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is calling for a moratorium on Covid-19 booster jabs until at least the end of September to focus instead on getting more doses to poorer countries.
Social interactions in busier hubs are behind findings, researchers believe
The German Green Party has pledged to create a superministry for the environment with a right of veto over all other departments if it wins power in next month’s general election.
And 13-year-old skateboarder Sky Brown becomes Great Britain’s youngest ever Olympic medallist.
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Joyce Shrubbs, who has died aged 94, rose through the ranks of the Royal Observer Corps (ROC) to become the Corps’s Assistant Commandant in the rank of Observer Captain, the only female officer to achieve this rare distinction.
‘This was a sustained attack’ says judge
Iranian media claim Tehran has shelved a prisoner swap with the West as Raisi takes over
An ex-employee at Pokémon GO developer Niantic has claimed they were “punished” for listening to player complaints.
Hospitality Ulster chief Colin Neill said such a requirement would be ‘blackmail’.