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Johnson calls for increased unity among world leaders to tackle Covid-19

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has criticised the lack of joined-up thinking from countries around the world in fighting coronavirus, as he called on...

Leaders plead for unity at UN amid coronavirus strain

European leaders have criticised a collective failure to vanquish the coronavirus pandemic, telling the UN General Assembly that the time has come for countries...

Marseille bar and restaurant owners march against Covid-19 closure order

Angry restaurant and bar owners have demonstrated in Marseille against a French government order to close all public venues from Saturday to tackle increasing...

No area in England ranked ‘low’ risk within Covid-19 app as virus cases rise

No local area in England is considered a low risk coronavirus zone within the nation’s new contact tracing app, as cases continue to climb. The...

Half of key workers with self-reported Covid-19 symptoms ‘did not have disease’

Around half of nearly 1,000 key workers who self-reported symptoms of Covid-19 did not test positive for antibodies to the disease, according to research. The...

UK records highest single-day figure of coronavirus cases since outbreak began

The UK recording the highest single-day figure of coronavirus cases since the outbreak began has been described as a “stark warning” by a top...

2,500 students at elite Swiss school in quarantine after ‘off-campus partying’

Swiss health authorities have ordered a quarantine for 2,500 students at a prestigious hospitality management school in the city of Lausanne after “significant outbreaks”...

An Austrian consumer protection group has filed four civil lawsuits against the country’s government for failing to contain a coronavirus outbreak at an Alpine...

An Austrian consumer protection group has filed four civil lawsuits against the country’s government for failing to contain a coronavirus outbreak at an Alpine...

US death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000

The US death toll from the coronavirus topped 200,000 on Tuesday, by far the highest in the world. “It is completely unfathomable that we’ve reached...

Johnson calls for ‘spirit of togetherness’ with new winter restrictions

England faces an “unquestionably difficult” winter, Boris Johnson warned after announcing coronavirus restrictions which could last six months. The British Prime Minister set out a...

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Johnson calls for increased unity among world leaders to tackle Covid-19

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has criticised the lack of joined-up thinking from countries around the world in fighting coronavirus, as he called on...

Bruno Fernandes on the spot late on as Brighton pay the ultimate penalty

Bruno Fernandes converted a penalty deep into added time as Manchester United snatched a dramatic 3-2 win from an incident-packed encounter at Brighton. Fernandes coolly...

10 people arrested at central London anti-lockdown demonstrations

UK Police have confirmed 10 people had been arrested and four officers injured following clashes at anti-lockdown demonstrations in central London. Thousands of people massed...

Breonna Taylor’s family demand release of body camera footage

Breonna Taylor’s family have demanded Kentucky authorities release all body camera footage, police files and the transcripts of the grand jury hearings that led...

Hundreds of anti-coal protesters break into German mine

Hundreds of anti-coal activists have entered a mine in western Germany to protest against the continued extraction and use of fossil fuels. Environmentalists object to...
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