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News bulletin 2022/01/21 12:20View on euronews
'Just pack it in': Brother of British hostage-taker pleads with him to surrender
Conservation group Save the Elephants said the twins were first spotted by lucky tourist guides on a safari drive Samburu Reserve in northern Kenya
School leaders in the North East have said the Government’s announcement on masks in classrooms does not reflect regional realities.
A former Conservative MP who defected and joined Labour has claimed he was threatened with the loss of a school in his constituency if he did not vote the way party bosses wanted him to. Christian Wakeford, who represents Bury South, switched parties on Wednesday. Speaking on Thursday, Mr Wakeford said the "threat" left him questioning his position in the Conservative Party.
MEPs agreed a draft set of measures aimed at helping to tackle illegal content, as well as ensuring that platforms are held accountable for their secretive algorithms.View on euronews
News bulletin 2022/01/19 18:47View on euronews
Thursday briefing: Johnson vows to battle on after bruising day. PM suffers defection and demands to quit … Biden marks first year in office … and lessons from the man who has read every Marvel comic
The Doomsday Clock has remained at 100 seconds to midnight for a third year in a row, as scientists said the world is “no safer” than it was this time last year.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has refused to move away from taking a “cautious” approach to dealing with the pandemic after the Scottish Conservative leader claimed recent restrictions had been unnecessary. Ms Sturgeon told MSPs last week that the projection of 50,000 new coronavirus infections per day by mid-January had not been met, with spread limited to around 30,000 per day after restrictions on hospitality and large events were put in place in December. But Douglas Ross claimed the restrictions were not needed given the Omicron variant appears to be less severe than other strains.
Derbyshire Constabulary said a 33-year-old male had been detained on suspicion of murdering 86-year-old Freda Walker.
Early childhood educators are pleading for more financial support and rapid tests amid spiralling staff shortages
Greg Hunt says government is being blamed when overcommitted suppliers can’t deliver, and false RAT claims will be reported to ACCC
News bulletin 2022/01/20 09:20View on euronews
A long-awaited report on sexual abuse in Germany’s Munich diocese has faulted retired Pope Benedict XVI’s handling of several cases when he was archbishop in the 1970s and 1980s. View on euronews
Experts now hope to carry out a clinical trial on living humans with serious kidney problems.
News bulletin 2022/01/19 22:00View on euronews
A “magical” coral reef stretching as far as the eye can see has been discovered off the coast of the South Pacific island Tahiti.
Several Afghan women's rights activists said Thursday they are going into hiding to escape a Taliban crackdown, just days after the hardline Islamists used pepper spray to break up a rally in the capital.
Social media posts claim public figures including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Britain's Queen Elizabeth, and Pope Francis have been convicted of genocide and face arrest over their support for Covid-19 vaccination. This is false; the Canadian government and independent experts say the document shared as evidence does not come from a legitimate court."Big Pharma, Government Leaders Face Arrest as Court Convicts them of Genocide, prohibits injections," says the title of a video posted