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'Kill the bill' protests take place across the UK
Dozens of freight cars are broken into every day in Los Angeles by thieves who take advantage of train stops to loot packages purchased online.View on euronews
Texas synagogue siege: hostage-taker named as 44-year-old Briton. FBI stormed building after man took four people including a rabbi captive during Shabbat service
Lebanon’s militant Hezbollah group and its main Shiite ally say they are ending their boycott of Cabinet meetings after three months
Duke wants to fund the security himself rather than let taxpayers pay, his lawyer says
The card is headlined by Calvin Kattar’s featherweight bout with Giga Chikadze as the latter looks to cement himself firmly into the world title picture. Elsewhere on the card, there will be a heavyweight bout between Jake Collier and Chase Sherman as two of the more experienced fighters in that division meet in what should be a real slobber knocker of a bout. Katlyn Chookagian’s flyweight bout with Jennifer Maia, meanwhile, it the leading women’s clash this evening.
(Reuters) -An underwater volcano off Tonga erupted on Saturday, triggering tsunami warnings and evacuation orders in Japan and causing large waves in several South Pacific islands, where footage on social media showed waves crashing into coastal homes. Japan's meteorological agency issued tsunami warnings in the early hours on Sunday and said waves as high as three metres (9.84 feet) were expected in the Amami islands in the south.
Nearly 100 firefighters, with planes and helicopters, are fighting the largest fires in Nahuel Huapi National Park, the fire management service says.View on euronews
Picture was mocked up of MP dying.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenage motorcyclist was left fighting for his life after a collision on the A13 in Newham. Emergency service were scrambled to the A13 near the Beckton Flyover at just after 7am on Friday. Witnesses reported that the victim, 19, had collided with the central reservation on the westbound carriageway.
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Since the late 1970s, the Belgian town of Doel has steadily emptied out
Beijing reports its first locally transmitted Omicron variant case. Case comes city finalises preparation to host Winter Olympics, which start in three weeks
Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly near to plea bargain in corruption trial. Former Israeli PM understood to be in advanced talks with state attorney’s office over admitting to two counts of breach of trust
Amazing from Wiggins, Ed Clancy, Steven Burke and Owain Doull.
A 5-year-old British girl has been killed in a tragic accident on a ski slope in the French Alps. Last night a 40-year-old local man was in police custody and an investigation was opened for manslaughter. The horrific accident happened yesterday morning at around 11am in the ski resort of Flaine, in the Haute-Savoie region of the French Alps, 50 miles from the Swiss city of Geneva.
(Reuters) -GlaxoSmithKline on Saturday said it had rejected a 50-billion-pound offer from Unilever for its consumer goods arm, saying it "fundamentally undervalued" the business and its future prospects and that it would stick to its plan of spinning off the unit. Unilever confirmed the approach earlier on Saturday, saying the Glaxo unit would be a "strong strategic fit" as it continues to re-shape its portfolio spanning food, beauty and home care brands. It could also transform Unilever into a formidable beauty and personal care purveyor, taking on the likes of Estee Lauder and L'Oreal, while for GSK, it could bring much needed relief from investor pressure that has been building over the past year.
The action comes ahead of a crucial vote on the bill by peers on Monday.
Boris Johnson is alleged to have attended a leaving do for his defence adviser in the run-up to Christmas 2020.
People protest in London following further allegations of lockdown-breaching gatherings at Downing Street.