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Daddy longlegs, house spiders and fruit flies all typical thrive in late summer
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s reluctance to get a vaccine is a rarity in his country — and may complicate his plans to attend the U.N.’s General Assembly next week
German citizen Marius A. is alleged to have travelled to Syria in 2013 to fight with the Al-Qaida splinter group, while three other men are accused of collecting funds on his behalf.View on euronews
More than four million 18-39 year-olds have yet to have their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
Boris Johnson welcomed the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Zayed al Nahyan, to Downing Street.
Glynn Purnell, Aktar Islam and Alex Claridge are calling for more young people to get hospitality industry jobs.
Will Timmy get caught?
From crackpot Covid theorists to antivaxxers, hubris and fear haunt the wellness communityThe randomness of illness is far too frightening for many to contemplate – so they rely on a fiction they’re special and can control their bodies ‘There is the belief that we can control our bodies and that a powerful natural immune system is the best defence against Covid, not a vaccine.’ Photograph: Lisa-Blue/Getty Images
A Polish mother has been awarded €10,000 in damages after she lost custody of her children by starting a relationship with another woman.View on euronews
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration doesn’t make many headlines
Florida public capture SpaceX launch in spectacular footage
Cumbria coalmine firm ‘betting on UK breach of climate targets’Expert tells inquiry WCM’s plans are not legally compliant under UK’s and EU’s policy frameworks The former Woodhouse colliery site where West Cumbria Mining is seeking approval to extract coal. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
The villain has made an incriminating recording.
Some 450 employees off work at one hospital alone in Nice
Transport secretary Grant Shapps is expected to announce an overhaul of border controls on Friday.
A trial over bribery charges against Silvio Berlusconi will continue after the former Italian prime minister refused to undergo a court-ordered check-up that was meant to determine whether he was fit to be tried, judicial sources said. A Milan court last week ordered an expert opinion on Berlusconi's health after his trial had been repeatedly delayed due to frequent hospital visits. Berlusconi said the decision to subject him to an "unlimited psychiatric check-up" was "damaging to my history and my honour", as well as showing "obvious prejudice against me", according to a copy of a statement the politician and businessman deposited with the court and seen by Reuters.
The homeowner says his conifers are doing the neighbours a favour.
Steven Bennett was distracted on his phone, a court heard.
Thousands of people living close to Staffordshire facility say their physical and mental health has been affected by foul smells
Videos show students stealing items such as soap, floor signs, laptops, microscopes from schools