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Barbados PM Mia Mottley who broke with Queen wins landslide second term

Views: 4  Mia Mottley, who shot to international fame during the Cop26 climate talks and oversaw Barbados’s break with the Queen last year, has won a second term as the Caribbean nation’s prime minister. © Provided by The Guardian Photograph: Nigel R Browne/ReutersThe 56-year-old’s Barbados Labour party (BLP) won all 30 seats, up from 29 in […]

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N.Korea suggests it may resume nuclear, missile tests, slams ‘hostile’ U.S

Views: 1 SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea would bolster its defences against the United States and consider restarting “all temporally-suspended activities,” state media KCNA reported Thursday, an apparent reference to a self-imposed moratorium on testing its nuclear weapons and long-range missiles. © Reuters/KCNA North Korean leader Kim Jong Un attends a meeting of the politburo of

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Cristiano Ronaldo shows unhappiness as Ralf Rangnick explains Man Utd decisions

Views: 2It was another night full of talking points for Manchester United as they claimed a Premier League victory over Brentford. Goals from Anthony Elanga, Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford ensured Manchester United claimed a 3-1 win at the Brentford Community Stadium on Wednesday night. But it was star man Cristiano Ronaldo who was once again the main talking

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Covid news live: WHO recommends lifting international travel bans and abolishing proof of vaccination requirements

Views: 13 Blanket travel bans are ineffective in suppressing the spread of Omicron and proof of vaccination should not be “the only pathway or condition” for international travel, the WHO says. Germany reports record rise of 133,536 new cases 03:59 Germany is reporting another record rise of 133,536 daily new cases. It is the second consecutive

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Senior UK ministers travel to Australia for defence and security talks

Views: 1 LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s foreign and defence ministers, Liz Truss and Ben Wallace, will travel to Australia this week for talks on defence and security ties, the British foreign office said on Wednesday. © Reuters/HANNAH MCKAY FILE PHOTO: Britain’s Foreign Secretary Truss meets with Israeli Foreign Minister Lapid, in London“With malign forces threatening global

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Biden predicts Putin will ‘move in’ to Ukraine because ‘he has to do something’

Views: 3President Biden on Wednesday predicted Russia will once again invade Ukraine, speaking at a news conference in which he also made confusing remarks about how the United States and its allies would respond to Russian action short of a full-scale, multipronged offensive. Biden told reporters he believes Russian President Vladimir Putin does not want

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Why is it better to wear an N95 than a cloth mask right now?

Views: 4 32 NEW YORK (AP) — Why is it better to wear an N95 than a cloth mask right now? © Provided by Associated Press Is it better to wear an N95 or cloth mask right now? (AP Illustration/Peter Hamlin)Health experts suggest stepping up protection against the highly contagious omicron variant with stronger masks such

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Beijing 2022 official says data in Olympics app is protected

Views: 0 SHANGHAI (Reuters) – The main function of an app China has built for the Beijing Winter Olympics is to monitor people’s health and the country follows strict rules to protect data, the director general of the games organisers’ technology department said on Wednesday. © Reuters/FABRIZIO BENSCH Preparations ahead of the Beijing 2022 Winter OlympicsAll

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Supreme Court refuses to block House Jan. 6 panel from receiving Trump documents

Views: 2WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court refused Wednesday to block the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol attack from getting former President Donald Trump’s administration documents. The brief decision avoided a detailed analysis of Trump’s argument that the documents should remain confidential, which could have redefined the contours of executive privilege for the first time in

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