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Tourist throws e-scooter down Rome's Spanish Steps
Colorado, New York, Illinois among states voting Tuesday
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong was spotted in Glasgow ahead of his gig in the city.
Survivors of yesterday's missile strike on a shopping centre in central Ukraine have described to ITV News how they crawled through flames to safety. At least 20 others did not make it out alive. That figure could more than double. Over 30 people are still missing. For one mother whose daughter has disappeared without trace, the not knowing is unbearable. Russia insists it was targetting a nearby store of weapons and ammunition in Kremenchuk - not the shopping centre.
Climate protesters have glued themselves to the frame of a painting in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and spray-painted their logo on the walls and floor of the building.
German air traffic controllers have fixed technical problems which had disrupted European travel on Wednesday, air traffic control firm DFS said. "From 9 a.m., we will resume work with 100% of air traffic," said a spokesperson for DFS, whose controllers monitor take-offs and landings at 15 international airports in Germany. The problems, which started around 3 a.m. local time (0100 GMT), were caused by an unexpected issue during a software update overnight, which forced DFS to limit air traffic to 50% of normal capacity.
‘Thailand pass’ and mandatory health insurance to be scrapped
The Nashville Zoo announced that its seven-week-old male bontebok antelope calf made his public debut in the mixed-species Africa Field habitat, in a statement released on June 29.The calf, named Rhoden, was born on May 6 and had been living off-exhibit with his mom, Eclair, the Nashville Zoo said. The zoo now has four bontebok in their care, including the new calf, it said.Video released by the Nashville Zoo shows Rhoden leaping and bounding around his new home.Nashville Zoo Lead Hoofstock Keeper Nikole Edmunds said, “Eclair gave birth naturally without assistance and she is doing great as a first-time mom taking care of her calf.” This is the second successful bontebok birth at the Nashville Zoo since 2017, the zoo said. Credit: Nashville Zoo via Storyful
An online article discounts the influence of climate change on wildfires by pointing to satellite data that shows the amount of land burned in such blazes has decreased despite rising CO2 emissions. This is misleading; the extent of land destroyed by wildfires has shrunk over the past few decades, but that is because large areas have been cleared for farming -- and scientists say the risk, intensity and severity of fires is rising in places where climate change is causing hotter, drier weather."
The Republican, a county clerk, is facing criminal charges for tampering with election equipment
Amid what local media is describing as a public outcry, authorities in Cairo have begun the removal and demolition of over 30 houseboats moored along the banks of the River Nile.Video posted on Twitter by Omar Robert Hamilton shows some houseboats being towed away, one partly demolished already. Hamilton was recording from his family’s houseboat. He told Middle East Eye it would be “hard to imagine life without it.” He said the government had a “smash and grab attitude” to Cairo, aimed at squeezing profit “out of the place while they remain in power”.Ayman Anwar, head of the Central Administration for the Protection of the Nile River in Greater Cairo, told local media that 32 residential houseboats would be removed to beautify the waterfront and make way for tourism.Ahram Online said some residents were trying to raise awareness and overturn the removal decision, in order to preserve a part of the city’s heritage. “Houseboat residents say they are being forced out with little notice and no compensation,” the FT reported. Credit: Omar Robert Hamilton via Storyful
Dominic Raab winked at Angela Rayner as he mocked her over train strikes in a fiery clash at Prime Minister’s Questions.The Deputy Prime Minister suggested Ms Rayner was a “champagne socialist” for attending opera during the national rail walkout last week.Mr Raab’s actions were labelled “bizarre” while Labour MP Toby Perkins (Chesterfield) tweeted: “I will never unsee Dominic Raab’s wink from the despatch box at Angela Rayner. I feel soiled.”Ms Rayner replied on Twitter: “Imagine how I feel!”The moment came after Ms Rayner had quoted Mr Raab’s past view that people who use food banks “simply have a cash flow problem”.
Comedian Munya Chawawa protests Roe v Wade with another satirical song
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The Russian view of the world was ‘something to worry about’, Ben Wallace said.
The Paris Court of Appeal will on Wednesday rule on whether to extradite 10 former members of the hard left Italian extremist group the Red Brigades. The activists, who have been living in France for decades, are wanted by Italy for acts of terrorism committed between 1970 and 1980.
Rice grown on terraces located on the Indonesian island of Bali, and declared a world cultural heritage by UNESCO, is harvested in the shadow of Batukaru Mountain, one of the highest peaks of Bali.
A driver pulled over for an expired MOT was found to have drugs in his system and subsequently arrested.
The rules of the Tory 1922 Committee mean there cannot be another confidence vote within 12 months.
Dominic Paul will take over as chief executive officer from Ms Brittain at the start of the next financial year, in March 2023.
Ex-Trump official says Cassidy Hutchinson's life will 'never be the same' after Jan 6 testimony.Source: CNN