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UK and France 'seek to completely cut' Channel migrant boat route

UK and France 'seek to completely cut' Channel migrant boat route

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleBritain and France have agreed to beef up efforts to stop migrants from crossing the English Channel in small boats, according to a UK government minister who took part in talks in Paris on Tuesday.Immigration minister Chris Philp said that London and Paris were working to develop what he called a "comprehensive action plan" to make the route unviable. The talks between the two countries follow a recent surge in people trying to reach the UK from France."We have worked on a joint operational plan, a revised, new operational plan,...

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Ireland closes off three regions to stem 'merciless' coronavirus

Ireland closes off three regions to stem 'merciless' coronavirus

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleIreland has announced new restrictions in three regions amid a surge of COVID-19 cases.Prime minister Micheal Martin said this will apply to the counties of Kildare, Laois and Offaly, in response to a "deep and urgent threat.''The restrictions came into force on Saturday and are set to last for two weeks."I understand the increasing impatience which many people are feeling", Martin said upon announcing the measures, "however, we all need to understand that this virus is still a deep and urgent threat. It is merciless and it is...

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Belarus presidential vote: Authorities say voter turnout at 79%

Belarus presidential vote: Authorities say voter turnout at 79%

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleVoters headed to the polls on Sunday in Belarus to determine whether longtime authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko will remain in office. The election has been marked by a crackdown on opposition candidates and the eve of election night was no different. Authorities detained the campaign manager of main opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who became a candidate after her husband was imprisoned. The Central Election Commission in Belarus said that there was 79 per cent turnout by 6:00 pm CET. Results are expected to...

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World's largest nuclear fusion project being assembled in France

World's largest nuclear fusion project being assembled in France

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleThe assembly phase for the world's largest nuclear fusion project started on Tuesday with French President Emmanuel Macron hailing the energy programme as "a promise of peace".The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) aims to build the world's largest tokamak — an experimental machine designed to harness the energy of fusion.Fusion is a nuclear reaction that powers the Sun and the stars and is a potential source of safe, non-carbon emitting and virtually limitless energy, the ITER website states.Temperatures at...

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Mauritius sounds alarm as grounded bulk carrier leaks oil

Mauritius sounds alarm as grounded bulk carrier leaks oil

Mauritius announced that there was an environmental crisis after oil started leaking from a bulk carrier that had run aground in the southeast of the island. "We are in a situation of environmental crisis," Kavy Ramano, the environment minister of the island nation located in the Indian Ocean said. The ministry requested that the public not go to the beach or in certain lagoons.The carrier ran aground on July 25 near Pointe d'Esny which is listed under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance, and near the marine park of Blue Bay."This is the first time that we are...

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Anti-corruption protests enter thirtieth consecutive day in Bulgaria

Anti-corruption protests enter thirtieth consecutive day in Bulgaria

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleAnti-government demonstrators formed roadblocks in Sofia on Friday evening in the 30th consecutive day of protest in the country.Around 5,000 demonstrators gathered in the centre of the Bulgarian capital in spite of the rain shouting "Mafia!" and calling on the government of Prime Minister Boyko Borissov to resign.Rallies took place in other five towns, including Varna and Plovdiv.Police had initially dispersed the demonstrators and dismantled the camps they set up on Friday across the main roads of Sofia.The Interior Ministry...

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'Holidays are a risk': Travel warning as COVID-19 cases rise in Italy

'Holidays are a risk': Travel warning as COVID-19 cases rise in Italy

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleBy Euronews with APThe number of daily new coronavirus infections in Italy jumped 38% higher Friday, with 552 confirmed cases registered compared to the previous day.Italy hadn't seen such a high daily new caseload since late May. Barely two weeks ago, Italy had been registering roughly 200 new cases a day.The northeastern region of Veneto, which performed nearly 16,500 swab tests in a day, registered roughly a third of those new cases —183.Veneto Gov. Luca Zaia said the new infections were found in residents who recently...

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Sixteen dead and scores injured after plane crash in India

Sixteen dead and scores injured after plane crash in India

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleMore than a dozen people died after a plane carrying up to 200 people skidded off a runway and broke in two pieces after landing at an airport in southern India amid heavy rain, according to authorities.Police said 16 died in the incident on Friday and 123 are injured.Abdul Karim, a senior Kerala state police officer, said the dead included one of the pilots of the two-year-old Boeing 737-800 flying for Air India Express airline.He said at least 15 of the injured were in critical condition, and that rescue operations were...

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'Love is not tourism': EU bids to reunite couples split by COVID-19

'Love is not tourism': EU bids to reunite couples split by COVID-19

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleThe European Union is urging member countries to ease COVID-19 travel restrictions to allow unmarried couples to reunite after nearly half a year of separation.EU member states have reopened their borders to each other — although some restrictions apply — and to a where the coronavirus is deemed under control.But this list excludes most countries around the world including the US, Russia, Brazil, most African and Asian countries. This means citizens from these countries that are not EU residents may not be able to come to the...

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Few show up to watch migration of Kenyan wildebeests amid pandemic

Few show up to watch migration of Kenyan wildebeests amid pandemic

It's one of the seven wonders of the world — the annual migration of thousands of wildebeest from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya.It's a breathtaking sight that draws tourists from across the world.But this year, few are witnessing the spectacle, as the coronavirus outbreak grounds flights and halts global tourism.Milton Siloma, a 53-year-old tour guide and driver, has been working in Kenya's Maasai Mara National Reserve for three decades. "Like today, we are just alone in a spot like this — and this is all happening because the...

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Polish MPs don rainbow colours in LGBT stunt at Duda's swearing-in

Polish MPs don rainbow colours in LGBT stunt at Duda's swearing-in

This content is not available in your regionShare this articlePolish MPs flew the rainbow colours of the LGBTQ+ flag in protest during President Andrzej Duda's swearing-in.Elected representatives — including members of the liberal Razem party — were pictured wearing bright colours and rainbow masks outside the ceremony in Warsaw.Some even held up copies of the constitution to signal their belief that the president has violated the country's legal protections."The President of the Republic of Poland should protect the welfare of all citizens," .During last month's election campaign,...

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British Airways retires entire Boeing 747 fleet

British Airways retires entire Boeing 747 fleet

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleBritish Airways (BA) announced on Thursday that it is retiring its entire fleet of Boeing 747s as the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic forces the company into further cost-cutting measures."It is with great sadness that we can confirm we are proposing to retire our entire 747 fleet with immediate effect," BA said in a statement."It is unlikely our magnificent 'queen of the skies' will ever operate commercial services for British Airways again due to the downturn in travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic," it added.The...

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50,000 sign petition calling for France to take control of Lebanon

50,000 sign petition calling for France to take control of Lebanon

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleA to put Lebanon under a French mandate has garnered more than 50,000 signatures in 24 hours.President Emmanuel Macron landed in Beirut on Thursday morning to show support for France's Middle East protege and former colonial-era protectorate after a massive explosion sowed devastation in the Lebanese capital.The petition is telling of people's frustration with the Lebanese government's "total inability to secure and manage the country," its creators wrote."With a failing system, corruption, terrorism and militia the country just...

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Italian village evacuated as Alps glacier threatens to collapse

Italian village evacuated as Alps glacier threatens to collapse

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleAn Italian municipality in the Alps ordered residents to evacuate on Thursday as a Mont Blanc glacier threatens to collapse due to high temperatures.The municipality of Courmayeur in the Valley of Aosta dozen of residents and tourists to evacuate from a large exclusion zone because of a high risk of avalanche. Several roads have been closed and pedestrian access is strictly prohibited.The area is popular with hikers in the summer.Local officials explained in an that a chunk of ice of approximately 500,000 cubic metres is on the...

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Bank of England cautiously upbeat on UK economy, banks and... Brexit

Bank of England cautiously upbeat on UK economy, banks and... Brexit

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleThe Bank of England (BoE) has predicted that the economic downturn in the UK economy might be less severe than it thought at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.British banks also have enough capital to keep lending to businesses and absorb the huge losses likely to result from the pandemic, the BoE said.There is also confidence regarding the impact of Brexit on the UK's financial services once the transition period expires at the end of the year.The central bank says that in the event of no deal being reached between the UK and...

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Japan marks 75 years since Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bomb attacks

Japan marks 75 years since Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bomb attacks

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleThe United States launched the first atomic bomb 75 years ago on Thursday in a devastating attack on the city of Hiroshima.Thousands of people were killed underneath a deadly mushroom cloud.Three days later on August 9, a second atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, killing thousands more and pushing Japan to surrender during World War Two. It was the last nuclear bomb used in armed conflict.Here is how events unfolded and the pleas of the ageing survivors for a ban on nuclear bombs.The world's first nuclear bomb used against...

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Norwegian cruise line cancels operations after 41 contract COVID-19

Norwegian cruise line cancels operations after 41 contract COVID-19

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleNorwegian cruise line Hurtigruten announced on Monday it is suspending all of its planned trips after 36 staff members and five guests onboard one of their ships tested positive for COVID-19.Four crew members of the MS Roald Amundsen tested positive on Friday and an additional 32 were found to have contracted the disease on Saturday — the remaining 122 staff members all tested negative.Five passengers were also confirmed to have been infected.All 41 people have been admitted to hospital in Tromso, a city north of the Arctic...

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France: 1,200 firefighters deployed to tackle southeastern wildfire

France: 1,200 firefighters deployed to tackle southeastern wildfire

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleMore than 1,200 firefighters were on Tuesday engaged in a "fierce struggle" against a wildfire in southeastern France.The fire service for the Bouches-du-Rhone department said the "violent" blaze had travelled eight kilometres in under two hours. By 20:00 CET, at least 500 hectares of vegetation had been devastated.Several habitations and multiple businesses including three camping sites near the municipalities of Martigues and Port du Bouc had to be evacuated with authorities calling on people to avoid taking the taking certain...

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Trump claims virus 'receding' despite adviser's 'new phase' warning

Trump claims virus 'receding' despite adviser's 'new phase' warning

This content is not available in your regionShare this articleThe United States added 46,321 new coronavirus cases in 24 hours on Monday, according to a tally by .The world's largest economy also added 532 deaths, the Baltimore-based institution's tracker showed at 8.30pm (0030 GMT Tuesday).By Tuesday morning European time the figures had risen further, the number of confirmed cases in the US increasing by over 2,000 to a total of 4,713,500, with 155,402 deaths, making it by far the worst-hit country in the world.Monday was the second day to notch a slightly lower caseload, after a string...

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'Pathetic': Poland's plan to quit domestic violence treaty slammed

'Pathetic': Poland's plan to quit domestic violence treaty slammed

This content is not available in your regionShare this articlePoland’s plan to on combating violence against women is causing serious concern across Europe.The right-wing Polish government argues the Istanbul Convention does not respect religion and promotes controversial ideologies about gender. Human rights advocates say exiting the treaty would deal a major blow to women’s rights.The Council of Europe (COE), a human rights organisation distinct from the European Union, called Poland’s intentions "alarming"."If there are any misconceptions or misunderstandings about the convention, we are...

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