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Anger as Poland plans law that will stop Jews reclaiming wartime homes. Daughter of Holocaust survivor pledges to continue her fight for family property seized by Nazi occupiers
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman has denied Tehran carried out a drone attack on an oil tanker off Oman that killed two people, even as Israel alleges the Islamic Republic launched the assault
The men’s 4x100m medley relay team finished second to secure a record-breaking eighth Olympic medal in the pool in Tokyo.
Awoken by gunshots in the middle of the night, Fatima Amadou was shocked by what she saw among the attackers: children
The week in TV: Sexy Beasts; Love Is Blind: After the Altar; Professor T; India’s Rape ScandalRomance comes last in Netflix’s personality-first dating show; ITV’s new detective drama is pressed for time; and bravery and horror in equal measure in a haunting Channel 4 documentary ‘Deeply unsatisfying’: Sexy Beasts. Photograph: Netflix/PA
Cambodia will begin offering a booster shot against Covid-19, switching between the AstraZeneca and Chinese COVID-19 vaccines in an effort to fight the spread of the coronavirus in the Southeast Asian country. Prime Minister Hun Sen, launching the vaccination campaign for 12-17 years old, said on Sunday that the third dose will be offered to between 500,000 to one million frontline workers as a priority. "People who have already been vaccinated with Sinopharm and Sinovac should be given AstraZeneca as the third booster dose," Hun Sen said in a speech which was broadcast on social media.
Cheshire Police said that officers have been conducting numerous enquiries to find her.
Biles is still scheduled to compete in the beam final on Wednesday, although any further appearance at the Tokyo Games must now be in serious doubt.
Adapt or die. That is the stark challenge to living in the new world we have made . We need to decarbonise and fast. But ‘adaptation’, the ways in which we protect people from the crisis, is not a dirty word
Lily Allen: from chart-topping handbag kid to the heart of London’s West EndThe singer is back in front of a live audience this week, playing ‘a woman with a real point of view’ in a spooky new play, 2:22 – A Ghost Story Lily Allen in 2018. She opens in the West End in the play 2:22 – A Ghost Story on 3 August. Photograph: David Titlow/The Guardian
Rishi Sunak urged Boris Johnson to ease travel restrictions in a letter to give fresh hope to holidaymakers, it has been claimed. The next travel review is expected this week and the call on holidays apparently will be made in a meeting on Thursday. In the letter, the chancellor reportedly warned the UK border policy was “out of step with our international competitors” and failing to take advantage of the successful vaccine rollout.
A pandemic-related U.S. government ban on residential evictions expired at midnight on Saturday, putting millions of American renters at risk of being forced from their homes. The expiration was a blow to President Joe Biden, who on Thursday made a last-ditch request to Congress to extend the moratorium, citing the raging Delta variant.On Friday, the U.S. House of Representatives adjourned without reviewing the tenant protections after a Republican congressman blocked a bid to extend it by unani
Anita Rani has spoken about the importance of writing her autobiography for the women of her mother's generation who 'can't speak for themselves'.
This clip shows a funeral procession organised to pay respect to an old bull that died of old age. Villagers are seen mourning the death of the animal, praying, and playing a wide range of instruments in his honor. They walk towards the cemetery with big umbrellas, generally used for deities' processions. Footage shows the crowd carrying the animal's body to the burial ground. Children cry for the loss. Bulls are considered sacred in many parts of India. This one was reared in a temple located in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu's Sivagnangai district and was used in the village for breeding purposes.
Shouts of “Liberty!” have echoed through the streets and squares of Italy and France as thousands show their opposition to plans to require vaccination cards for normal social activities, such as dining indoors at restaurants, visiting museums or cheering in sports stadiums. Leaders in both countries see the cards, dubbed the “Green Pass” in Italy and the “health pass” in France, as necessary to boost vaccination rates and persuade the undecided. Italian Premier Mario Draghi likened the anti-vac
Treasure likely to have come from West Saxon mint, possibly Southampton or Winchester
All you need to know ahead of the Hungarian GP
Afghan government forces struggled against Taliban assaults on several major cities Sunday as the insurgents stepped up a nationwide offensive that saw a key airport in the south come under rocket fire overnight. Hundreds of commandos were deployed to the western city of Herat while authorities in the southern city of Lashkar Gah called for more troops to rein in the assaults.Fighting has surged across the country in the months since early May when US-led foreign forces began a final withdrawal
Speculation is mounting that the Bank may halt its £895 billion bond-buying programme as the economic recovery spurs on inflation.
May I have a word about nailing things on and simplifying cricketIt’s a certainty that not everyone will understand the difference between a googly and a bouncer Alex Hales, of Trent Rocket Men, plays a shot during the Hundred match against London Spirit Men at Lord’s on 29 July. Photograph: Harry Trump/Getty Images