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The 73rd Emmy Awards are underway this evening
Disadvantaged families in Germany have been hit hard by the pandemic. Problems that already existed have been made worse and many parents lost their service sector jobs. 'Die Arche' is an association trying to help these families by giving the children a meal and a hand with education.View on euronews
The rise in gas prices has been blamed on a cold winter which left stocks depleted, high demand and a reduction in supplies from Russia
The German elections will take place on the 26th of September. We take a look at how they work and at a popular tool the German voters are using to help them decide who to vote for.View on euronews
Fresh calls for windfall tax on companies that prospered during CovidResearch highlights six firms that increased their profits by a total of £16bn Asos were among the companies that saw their global profits more than double over the last financial year. Photograph: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images
Political gestures can be inspiring. But let’s not mistake them for victoryWhether it’s a knee on a football field or a dress with a slogan, symbols are like fertiliser: pointless in untilled ground Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (left) and Aurora James, fashion designer and activist, at the Met ball last week in New York. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA
Paul Rusesabagina, the "Hotel Rwanda" hero who became a fiercely outspoken government critic, was sentenced on Monday to 25 years in prison on terrorism charges after what his supporters labelled a politically motivated show trial.
Country diary: my swim with a bloodthirsty hanger-onHartsop, Cumbria: I look down and notice a slug-sized, dark brown invertebrate clinging to my leg A misty but fine morning over Brothers Water in Patterdale. Photograph: Andrew Clayborough/GuardianWitness
Results for the vote for members of Hong Kong’s Election Committee have been finalized after hours of delays, with just one opposition-leaning candidate elected to the 1,500-strong committee
Paul Rusesabagina had denied the charges against him
TV tonight: Martin Clunes in a true-crime drama about a case that haunted the MetA tense ITV drama serial follows the desperate, seemingly endless hunt for the so-called Night Stalker. Plus, David Beckham’s rise to stardom. Here’s what to watch this evening On the case … Martin Clunes as DCI Colin Sutton in Manhunt: The Night Stalker. Photograph: Neil Genower/ITV
Households are facing much higher winter energy bills due to a global surge in wholesale power and gas prices. The costs are also putting pressure on the suppliers - particularly smaller companies - who are unable to pass on the increases to their customers. Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has said "well-rehearsed plans" are in place to ensure consumers were not cut off in the event of further failures.
London Underground’s Northern line extension comes into service. £1.1bn project adds nearly two miles of tunnel and two new stations – Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station
French and Australian officials say France’s anger over a canceled submarine contract will not derail negotiations on an Australia-European Union free trade deal
The head of the United Nations is warning of a potential new Cold War if the United States and China don't repair their relationship
Scott Frank’s acceptance speech went on for over two minutes
Local residents and animals evacuated shortly before lava and huge plume of smoke rise high into sky
Fears of contagion from the potential collapse of battered Chinese real estate giant Evergrande sent property shares plunging in Hong Kong on Monday, with the firm expected to default on upcoming interest payments this week.
New Zealand Covid update: Auckland to move out of level 4 lockdown as 22 cases reportedRestrictions will be eased from midnight on Tuesday with more businesses allowed to provide click-and-collect services, PM says Lockdown restrictions in Auckland are set to ease at midnight on Tuesday, New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern says, as Covid cases continue downward trajectory. Photograph: Getty Images
The Senate's nonpartisan parliamentarian says Democrats can’t use their $3.5 trillion package bolstering social and climate programs to give millions of immigrants a chance to become citizens