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Scientists use living human skin on robot finger
Intuitively, we would assume that subsequent infections should be less severe. But this won’t always be the case.
A car crash involving three vehicles has caused a road to be blocked.
A Pembrokeshire school is looking forward to holding its summer community fete, hoping to bring people from across Pembrokeshire to attend.
The TV presenter mistook the device for a vitamin tablet
The chairman of the British Medical Association is demanding the Government reverse ‘brutal’ pre-pandemic cuts to health services.
According to local authorities, a Russian missile hit a shopping mall in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, on Monday, June 27. The acting governor of the Poltava region, Dmitry Lunin, confirmed there were at least 10 dead and 40 injured.This footage uploaded to Facebook by Sergey Kruk, the head of Ukraine’s State Emergency Service (SES), shows rescuers attempting to put out a fire at the mall and removing rubble from the site.In a caption accompanying the footage, Kruk said that response groups are already in place and that they will post further updates later.President Zelensky released a statement condemning the strike, saying there were “more than a thousand civilians” at the location. "The number of victims is impossible to imagine,” Zelensky said. Credit: State Emergency Service via Storyful
The Chancellor told MPs the difference between the SNP and his own party is the Conservatives choose to support public services.
Pakistan has sentenced one of the militants linked to the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India to 15 years in prison for terror financing unrelated to the assaults
Sally Bolton, chief executive of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, told reporters that changes to the schedule mean a ‘record crowd’ is expected.
Timelapse video captured a mesmerizing formation of wavelike clouds rolling over Cheyenne, Wyoming, on Sunday, June 26.The rare event is known as asperitas cloud formation and is defined by “wave-like structures” on the underside of clouds, according to the International Cloud Atlas.Storm chaser Matt Ley shared this video to Twitter and told Storyful the video was recorded over approximately 30 minutes.Ley described the spectacle as “a rough ocean surface rippling across the sky.”The National Weather Service forecasted strong winds in the region with potential storms. Credit: Matt Ley via Storyful
A German court sentenced a former SS guard, now 101 years old, to five years in prison on Tuesday for assisting in the murder of some 3,500 people at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, bringing to an end one of the last Nazi trials in Germany. Prosecutors had said that Josef S., a member of the Nazi party's paramilitary SS, helped to send 3,518 people to their deaths at the Sachsenhausen camp, north of Berlin, by regularly standing guard in the watchtower between 1942 and 1945. The trial took nearly nine months as doctors had said the man, whose full name was not disclosed due to German trial reporting rules, was only partially fit to stand trial, and sessions were limited to two and a half hours a day.
London’s public transport network will be host to a series of specially curated photographs and posters celebrating the LGBT+ community as TfL marks the 50th anniversary of Pride. The capital’s Pride parade on Saturday 2 July will be the first since before the Covid-19 pandemic and will mark the 50th anniversary of the UK’s first Pride parade. To celebrate, TfL has launched a series of posters and photographs at Tube, Overground and Elizabeth line stations that feature the stories of LGBT+ communities and businesses.
The Man in Black is back! And Ariana DeBose joins as a glum twentysomething trawling dating apps. Has the show that once asked the biggest questions about humanity and technology really come to this?
‘I not only have the authority – I’ve got a new mandate from my party’, says PM at G7
Sir Colin Blakemore, the former Oxford Professor of Physiology and head of the Medical Research Council, who has died aged 78, endured threats, letter bombs and even parcels of HIV-infected hypodermic needles sent to his children, yet he remained Britain’s most outspoken advocate of vivisection and became one of the country’s best-known scientists, campaigning on issues such as drugs policy and libel reform.
The widow of slain police officer Andrew Harper said she believes he is “smiling down at me with pride and love” after her campaign in his memory became law. Lissie Harper, 31, was compelled to lobby the Government after being “outraged” by the prison sentences handed to the three teenagers responsible for killing her husband while he responded to a burglary, hours after he was due to clock off and begin his honeymoon. She told the PA news agency it is important to mark the law change as a positive, but said she feels she will “never be able to move on” from her husband’s death.
The Metropolitan Police is being "monitored" over its recent performance, the independent inspectorate has confirmed. In a statement, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) said the move was to help support the Met Police to make "improvements". "We can confirm that we are now monitoring the Metropolitan Police Service through our Engage process, which provides additional scrutiny and support to help it make improvements," they added.
Doctor Greg Irwin, from the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, hopes abortion clinic buffer zones will stop him having to confront protesters on his lunch break.
Former US president Donald Trump angrily lunged at his Secret Service driver and grabbed at the steering wheel of his limousine in a bid to join the crowd as it marched on the Capitol on the day of the deadly insurrection, an aide testified Tuesday.
Labour has said pupils should receive face-to-face, professional careers guidance while at school.