Ship attacked off Oman moored near UAE
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Ship attacked off Oman moored near UAE
The first coronavirus booster vaccines have been administered in England as frontline health workers receive their doses in time for winter.
The non-binding resolution noted the inability of European forces to secure an airport such as Kabul for evacuations without U.S. support. The parliament also criticised the U.S. planning of a drawdown from Afghanistan that EU lawmakers said was unilateral and without sufficient coordination with NATO allies, many of which are EU members. The dependency on Washington for evacuations from Afghanistan has triggered fresh discussions in the European Union about the establishment of a rapid reaction force.
Defence secretary Ben Wallace has insisted that Michael Gove is “not racist or homophobic in any way”, after his history of homophobic, racist and sexist remarks was unearthed in a series of recordings.
Germany’s biggest rail operator and a labor union representing train drivers say they have agreed on a pay raise to end a series of strikes that had caused chaos for commuters and vacationers over the summer
Social media users praise sisterhood among elite athletes during Senate hearing
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) -Britain's envoy to the U.N. Climate Change Conference plans to visit South Africa ahead of the November talks, officials said, to discuss helping it end an over-reliance on coal that makes it one of the world's leading carbon emitters. South African Environment Ministry spokesperson Albi Modise said discussions involving British envoy John Murton would focus on cooperation in the transition from coal to renewables ahead of the COP26 in Glasgow. A COP26 spokesman confirmed that senior UK government COP26 representatives and international partners would travel to South Africa in coming weeks.
Short-range ballistic missiles fired by North Korea on Wednesday were a test of a new “railway-borne missile system” designed to increase the country’s ability to counter-strike threatening forces, Pyongyang revealed on Thursday.
The Activist: reality TV show to be ‘reimagined’ as documentary after backlash . CBS says it will drop X-Factor-style competition from celebrity-fronted show after widespread criticism
The group will shut 11 of its 20 stores in France due to disruption to exports from the UK to Europe after Brexit.
Morecambe site aims to ‘reimagine the British seaside resort for the 21st century’
Singer has temporary restraining order against 23-year-old
Russian President Vladimir Putin says dozens of his staff have been infected with the coronavirus and that he will continue his self-isolation because of the outbreak
Labour MP Ellie Reeves said five of her constituents and their families had suffered 'inhumane' treatment after being evacuated from Afghanistan.
Lacklustre locks need serious TLC. Rosie Fitzmaurice has the lowdown on a miracle cure
A historically Black town stood in the way of a pipeline – so developers claimed it was mostly whiteWhen residents in Union Hill, Virginia, decried the pipeline as a form of environmental racism, the energy company insisted it wasn’t Climate activist with Friends of the Earth participate in a demonstration against Dominion Energy's Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Virginia, at the supreme court in Washington DC on 24 February 2020. Photograph: UPI/Alamy Live News
Voluntary euthanasia has become legal in a fifth Australian state, more than 20 years after the country repealed the world’s first mercy killing law for the terminally ill
The presenter said the pair are 'so happy'.
Authorities urge swimmers to avoid water again on Thursday after ‘black day’ on south coast
Britain's relationship with France is rock solid, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday, when asked about a new defence pact with Australia and the United States that sinks an existing French-Australian submarine deal. France has reacted angrily to Wednesday's news of the 'AUKUS' partnership that will help Australia acquire U.S. nuclear-powered submarines and scrap a $40 billion French-designed submarine deal. But, asked in parliament about relations with France, Johnson played down any row.
A mother has been charged with the murder of her five-year-old daughter in west London, the Metropolitan Police has said. Police officers and the London Ambulance Service were called to a property on Leyborne Avenue in Ealing at 12.56pm on Tuesday, following concerns for the welfare of the occupants. Officers and an ambulance crew tried to save the five-year-old girl, who has been named as Aijah Thomas, but she was pronounced dead at the scene.