Toyota made the announcement on July 19.
Toyota made the announcement on July 19.
Russian athletes are still present at Tokyo 2020, despite a ban for the country over a state-sponsored doping scheme
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Boris Johnson lifted the vast majority of the remaining Covid-19 restrictions in England on July 19, as the country moved to step four of its coronavirus lockdown roadmap. Every adult in the UK should have had the chance to have both doses of a coronavirus vaccine by mid-September, the Government said. The government has said it was not expecting work in offices to be completely back on July 19.
Since Monday, heavy rains have battered Cox’s Bazar in eastern Bangladesh, home to nearly one million Rohingya refugees. The flooding and landslides resulting from the monsoon have left more than 5,000 people without shelter, according to the UN, and six refugees have been confirmed dead. NGOs are struggling to keep up with the disaster response. The Rohingya people, a persecuted Muslim minority, live in makeshift shelters – made of tarpaulin and bamboo – thousands of which have been destroyed o
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Jason Irvine is also alleged to have carried out a separate assault in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh.
It’s a no from me: ITV confirms The X Factor will not be backNo plans for a new series, says broadcaster, with Simon Cowell reportedly not keen to carry onThe X Factor is dead – but it has been for years Louis Walsh, Dannii Minogue, Cheryl Cole, Jack Black and Simon Cowell on The X Factor in 2010. Photograph: Ken McKay/TalkbackThames/Rex F
The known death toll from an explosion at a German industrial park has grown to five after authorities recovered the bodies of three more people
German socialite Angela Gulbenkian, 40, pleaded guilty to two counts of theft.
TUNIS (Reuters) -U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Thursday said he had urged Tunisia's president to take action that would return the country "to the democratic path" after his seizure of governing powers on Sunday. President Kais Saied invoked a national emergency over the pandemic and poor governance to dismiss the prime minister, freeze parliament and seize executive control in a move welcomed by street rallies, but which his opponents branded a coup. Blinken spoke to Saied on Monday.
A national Holocaust memorial will be built next to Parliament after ministers overrode local opposition to approve the project. Chris Pincher, the housing minister, signed off on the £100 million proposal on Thursday to build the Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre, which will be located in Victoria Tower Gardens, Westminster. It will stand as a focal point of national remembrance to the six million Jews who were murdered during the Holocaust, as well all other victims of Nazi persecution an
Britain is already experiencing the effects of climate change with increased rainfall, sunshine and temperatures, according to scientists. 2020 was the third hottest, fifth wettest and eight sunniest year on record according to the Met Office’s annual ‘State of the UK Climate’ report. Leading meteorologists also warn the UK to hit 40C on a regular basis in the summer. Despite attempts to limit global warning. Britain has already seen a rise in extreme weather in recent years. The UK saw blizzards and severe cold weather in 2018, dubbed the “Beast from the East” it lasted 10 days and saw temperatures plumet to -30C. Thousands of schools were closed across the country and hospital operations were cancelled. Storm Ciara hit the UK in February 2020, with rain and gusts of wind up to 100mph causing electricity outages, flooding and travel chaos across the country. London and Southern England were recently hit with torrential downpour in July 2021 followed by soaring temperatures of 31C.
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Johnson is the only male athlete to win the 200 metres and 400 metres at a single Olympic Games
British holidaymakers in Spain are poised to escape quarantine next week after ministers received data showing there are no beta variant cases in the country's main tourist areas. The analysis, seen by The Telegraph, shows there are no beta cases in the Balearics – the most popular destination for Britons – and none in a huge expanse of the south, from Seville in the west to Granada on the southern coast and Malaga and Murcia in the east. The variant, which originated in South Africa, is instead
‘Essentially Kristy and Erik Schneider falsified their child’s health conditions,’ Attorney General Leslie Rutledge says
Three more people were found dead after Tuesday's explosion at an industrial park in western Germany, bringing the death toll from the blast to five, police and prosecutors said on Thursday. Police are investigating what caused the explosion that rocked the Chempark site in Leverkusen, home to chemicals companies including Bayer and Lanxess, and led to a fire in a tank containing solvents.
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