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The New Yorker has made a virtual art show to take place within the smash-hit game – and a real-life one at London’s Serpentine with a touch of augmented reality. Can it get young gamers into galleries?
The European Union must draw up proposals in the coming weeks for a new security deal that it would then negotiate with Russia, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday, calling for a "frank dialogue" with Moscow. Speaking amid growing worries over a Russian military build-up at Ukraine's borders, Macron did not spell out what a "new stability and security order" could entail but said it must ensure Europe defends its interests. "We will make sure that Europe makes its unique and strong voice heard," he told the European Parliament.
While they feed on fibrous bamboo for most of the year, during late spring and early summer, the animals enjoy newly sprouted bamboo shoots.
Officials said they planned to “explore” how they could make the century-old name “clearer” and avoid any unwanted connection with the disgraced Duke.
A “magical” coral reef stretching as far as the eye can see has been discovered off the coast of the South Pacific island Tahiti.
On climate, the French leader urged the EU "to move from words to deeds" and proposed adding the protection of the environment into the EU's Charter of Fundamental Rghts.View on euronews
Inflation climbed to 5.4% last month, its highest rate since March 1992, as Britain's cost of living squeeze intensified, official figures show.
Trump biographer says family can't 'wriggle out' this time
Boris Johnson will reportedly need to be dragged ‘kicking and screaming’ from Downing Street.
Flights to major US airports have been suspended by several large carriers
Boris Johnson is preparing to face MPs in the Commons amid claims that support among Tory MPs is "haemorrhaging away" and he is on the brink of being removed from office. After a potentially brutal Prime Minister's Questions, Mr Johnson will attempt to launch a fightback by announcing he is ripping up Plan B COVID restrictions opposed by many of his MPs. The changes in England, expected after 26 January, are likely to include ditching COVID passports and working from home guidance, although mandatory mask wearing in some settings could remain.
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At Prime Minister's Questions, one Conservative MP defected to Labour as another called on Boris Johnson to step down.View on euronews
A timelapse filmed on January 18 captured the first full moon of 2022 illuminating the sky over Great Salt Lake in Utah.The footage, tweeted by Scott Taylor, shows the wolf moon, as it’s known, shining brightly, peeking through the clouds as they move across the beautiful blue and purple-hued sky.“Clouds and moonshine,” Taylor tweeted alongside the clip. Credit: Scott Taylor via Storyful
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A woman has been charged with murder following the death of a baby boy in Harlow in Essex. Ellodie Goncalves, 31, of Joyners Field has been charged with murder and child neglect, Essex Police said. Muritala Olaiya-Imam, 36, of Shearwater Close in Barking, has been charged with causing or allowing the death of a child and child neglect.
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In the wake of Ashling Murphy’s murder, Micheal Martin said a new strategy on gender-based violence would be before the Government in March.
Nearly 10,000 Chinese overseas nationals have been forced to return to China after coercive means outside the justice system were used by the government, a new report has claimed. Spain-based rights group Safeguard Defenders said the figure for what they call "involuntary returns" could just be the "tip of the iceberg". The report states that China president Xi Jinping's government has been aggressively pursuing its overseas nationals as it targets people wanted as part of its anti-corruption drive.