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Tommy Robinson refused service at restaurant
Tommy Robinson refused service at restaurant
The exhibition is open until January 17 at the Musée de l'Homme in Paris.View on euronews
Creator Álex Pina and others on the appeal of the Spanish series, which comes to an end on Friday
Astronauts began a several-hour spacewalk on Thursday morning, December 2, as they set out to replace a broken antenna on the International Space Station, NASA said.Video shows NASA astronauts Thomas H Marshburn and Kayla Barron performing the maintenance work.The walk had originally been planned for November 30 but was rescheduled after NASA received a “debris notification” near the station.NASA said Thursday’s spacewalk was expected to last about six and a half hours. The antenna was flown to the station 21 years ago, which NASA said made it “quite old.” Credit: NASA via Storyful
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Scientists at Cardiff University believe they have found the “trigger” behind the rare blood clot complications associated with the OxfordAstraZenecavaccine. The reaction can be traced to the way the adenovirus used by the jab binds with a specific protein in the blood kown as platelet factor 4 (PF4), researchers said. A team of scientists from the US and Cardiff said the reaction could spark a chain reaction in the immune system which can culminate in the development of blood clots.
The Kremlin said on Thursday that the probability of a new conflict in eastern Ukraine remained high and that Moscow was concerned by "aggressive" rhetoric from Kyiv and an increase in what it called provocative actions. Moscow denies planning an invasion and accuses Ukraine of building up its own forces in the east of the country.
Shadow Business Secretary Jonathan Reynolds says "if there is one thing" known about Boris Johnson, it is that he "doesn't believe" rules apply to him. He concedes that expanding the booster campaign "is the right thing to do" but thinks the government needs to back the Test and Trace system to stop disruption to people's lives.
The United States and its allies, including the European Union, on Thursday imposed sanctions against dozens of individuals and entities in Belarus in a coordinated move to escalate punitive action against President Alexander Lukashenko and his government. The latest round of sanctions aim to significantly increase pressure on Lukashenko, who is accused of rigging the presidential election last year to stay in power, ordering a massive crackdown on the opposition, and recently sending migrants to the Eastern European nation's border with the EU in an effort to manufacture a crisis for the bloc. Thursday's action was coordinated between the United States, Canada, Britain and the EU.
The by-election follows the death of former Cabinet minister James Brokenshire.
National Trading Standards said consumer trust in online reviews was fuelling a surge in criminals using them to sell poor quality goods and services.
Judge says couple’s campaign of abuse ‘without doubt one of the most distressing and disturbing cases I have had to deal with’
The Turkish currency has in turn lost 40% of its value since the start of the year. More than 20% was lost during the last month alone.View on euronews
Concerns and reassurance over Christmas feature among the stories on Thursday’s front pages.
A house in Texas was transformed into every Christmas lover’s dream, thanks to an elaborate light display inspired by the board game Candy Land.Footage by Brandon Lee Brown shows his Wichita Falls yard decked out in the festive display, which he began back in 2015.“Been doing Christmas lights all my life. We wanted something we could expand on over the years. My wife’s favorite game as a kid was Candy Land, so we went with it,” Brown told Storyful.“Currently I have 40 cutouts, 170,768 lights, 476 [squares for the] custom-made light-up pathway, two 34-foot mega trees, and a 16-foot-tall, 50-foot-wide castle,” he said. Credit: Brandon Lee Brown via Storyful
A Sri Lankan factory manager in Pakistan was on Friday beaten to death and set ablaze by a mob, police confirmed, in an incident local media reported was linked to alleged blasphemy.
Health Secretary Sajid Javid announces the government have purchased an additional 114 million doses from Pfizer and Moderna. He says these will be for 2022 and 2023, and will be the companies' "latest" vaccines at that time.
Shell pulls out of Cambo oilfield project. Green campaigners welcome oil giant’s decision not to go ahead with controversial project off Shetland
Part inspired by his own life, actor Aml Ameen says his directorial debut "Boxing Day" is different from other festive films: it is the first British Christmas rom-com led by a majority Black cast. As well as directing and co-writing the movie, Ameen plays Los Angeles-based British author Melvin, who returns to his London home for Christmas to introduce his American fiancee Lisa to his British-Caribbean family. The film provides plenty of laughs as well as typically festive London scenes.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israel said on Thursday it was halting the use of mobile phone tracing to curb the spread of the new coronavirus variant Omicron, a practice that had been challenged by privacy watchdogs. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett's government authorised the surveillance technology, which matches virus carriers' locations against other mobile phones nearby to determine their contacts, to be used for Omicron cases on Nov. 27. That authorisation will not be renewed after it lapses at midnight between Thursday and Friday, Bennett's office said in a statement, citing "up-to-date situational assessments".