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“Flight mode” is set to become a thing of the past in Europe under plans to make airlines equip aircraft with 5G for all passengers.
With a chill in the air and magic afoot, the Ordnance Survey (OS) have unveiled their Christmas gift shop, which has something for everyone – from the hardened hill walkers to the gentle ramblers. Whoever you’re buying for, they have something that’ll bring the winter ‘wanderland’ to life, with great value gifts that keep on giving all year round.
About 200 Amazon employees demonstrated In Leipzig on Friday, calling for better working conditions and higher pay.According to union spokesperson Ronny Streich, campaigning on days like Black Friday highlighted the alleged increased stress on employees.Amazon must ensure healthier working conditions, he said.Trade unions and environmentalists in more than 30 countries have called for protests against the US company on the annual "Black Friday" discount campaign.Source: AP
The latest coronavirus case figures have been released
Thirty-one images were taken of injuries, during a health assessment undertaken by a paediatric doctor in August 2020
British Gambian artist Sona Jobarteh plays the kora, a string instrument that has been the preserve of men since the 13th century, passed down from father to son in a special set of families in West Africa for hundreds of years. That was until she decided to change things. After picking up the kora at the tender age of three, Sona has been playing for audiences across Europe, Africa and the United States since her 2011 album "Fasiya". She gained international success following her 2015 song "Gambia", which was released to celebrate Gambian independence. It became country’s unofficial national anthem with 24 million views on YouTube. The musician is in Paris to perform in the Afrocolor Festival. She speaks to Eve Jackson about becoming accepted as a female kora player, the importance of singing in the language of Mandinka on her new album "Badinyaa Kumoo" and creating the template for a new African education system at her school, the Gambia Academy.Read more on FRANCE 24 English
Aisha Hussain, 31, says the thick black mould on her living room and bedroom walls has seen the health of her eldest child, Justin, 16, deteriorate
Ideas for growth shelved as PM grasps managing economic crisis, NHS and small boat crossings are his survival route
There were dozens of incidents of gun crime in Dorset in the past year, according to new figures, but remains below the national average.
In her new book, Adrienne Buller argues the desire to eke profit out of climate policy is wilfully naive
‘My youngest daughter is even more present in my mind, the one I think about almost every hour of every day’
WHEN you have a special piece of art sometimes you need just the right frame for it and a place to be displayed.
Walliams recently apologised for making ‘disrespectful comments’ about contestants
As the NHS reviews gender referrals, parents, clinicians and young people reveal the social, medical and emotional challenges they face
<strong>Brazil 2-0 Serbia: </strong>Richarlison nets double including stunning scissor kick in Group G win in Qatar
‘I was nervous – very, very nervous,’ actor says
A man who died after staying at the Manston migrant processing centre in Kent did have diphtheria, the Home Office has confirmed. A government spokesperson said initial local hospital tests were false negatives, and follow-ups showed that diphtheria may have been the cause of the man's illness. Post-mortem examinations are ongoing, meaning the official cause of death cannot yet be confirmed.
A leading French newspaper reported that the probe targets President Emmanuel Macron’s winning election bids.
Paula Abdul performs at Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 2022NBC
Dillian Whyte is back in action on Saturday night with a heavyweight showdown against Jermaine Franklin. Whyte had waited so long for his shot at the WBC belt, but barely laid a glove on the reigning champion in front of a packed-out Wembley Stadium before being comprehensively stopped in round six - he still claims illegally. Whyte says his competitive fire is very much still burning and he will hope to prove that against Franklin, the undefeated American with 14 knockouts in 21 wins against lower-calibre opponents across the Atlantic who is stepping up to by far his most testing challenge to date.