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Cop26: ‘World conflict and chaos’ could be the result of a summit failure . Top climate official issues strong warning on effect of unchecked greenhouse gases ahead of summit
The body of 21-year-old Agnes Wanjiru was found two months after she disappeared in 2012.
Uzbeks voted Sunday in a presidential election that the incumbent is expected to win in a landslide against weak competition. Although Shavkat Mirziyoyev has relaxed many of the policies of his dictatorial predecessor, he has made little effort at political reform. Mirziyoyev, who took office in 2016 upon the death of Islam Karimov, faces four relatively low-visibility candidates who didn't even show up for televised debates, instead sending proxies who failed to engage in substantial discussions.
Interest rates may be rising soon. Will your finances stand the strain?. Market-watchers are expecting an increase as early as next month. Here’s how it would hit mortgages, savings and debt
Will this quirky sitcom be the UK answer to Curb Your Enthusiasm? . Writer who financed show himself tells how he was at a low ebb before Netflix took on uncompromising series
Our democracy will be impoverished if MPs are too scared to do their jobs. The death of Sir David Amess has tragically sharpened the tension between security and openness
The repeated calls for people to get jabbed comes as the Government resists calls for further measures to curb the spread of the virus.
Eleven masterpieces by Pablo Picasso fetched $108.9 million at a Sotheby's auction in Las Vegas on Saturday.
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Ilkay Gundogan believes the England star is pivotal for Pep Guardiola’s side in their Premier League title defence.
"Paraskate won't be in Paris (in 2024), we're running to see if we can make it to Los Angeles (in 2028), but my hope is that Paraskate will be included in Australia in 2032," said Eduardo Musa, president of the Brazilian Skateboarding Confederation.His hopes are backed by the disabled skateboarders who delighted virtual spectators with a range of daring manoeuvres at the Corinthians skate park in Sao Paulo."Skateboarding is a really fantastic sport because everyone can practice in their own way, everyone has their own style," said Vinicius Sardi, a 24-year-old skater who was one of those behind Saturday's event, the first of three that will be held this year."It doesn't matter if the guy has one leg or no legs, he's skating - and that's skateboarding! Skateboarding is about having a good time."The event was transmitted live but without spectators because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but blind skater Fernando Araujo agreed."Skateboarding, being on top of this board, for me it's everything," said Araujo. "It's my reason for living. Being an adapted skater I forget all my problems, all the prejudices that I have to live with."Skateboarding is hugely popular in Brazil and the South American nation has produced some of the sport's greatest exponents.At the Tokyo Olympics Brazilians won three silver medals, a tally better than all bar Australia and host nation Japan.
Bruno Fernandes is a doubt for Manchester United’s Premier League clash with Liverpool on Sunday but Marcus Rashford could make the starting line-up after suffering a dead in the comeback win over Atalanta. Rashford has scored twice in two games since making his return from the shoulder problem that delayed his start to the season.
Police are appealing for information after a wheelchair-bound knifeman charged at people waiting for a bus in west London. Footage of the shocking October 18 incident, which took place in Hayes town centre, was uploaded to social media. “From videos we have seen on social media there appears to have been a large group of people in the area who witnessed the incident and I would like to hear from them immediately.”
The Duchess of Cornwall is president of the Royal Osteoporosis Society and was interviewed for World Osteoporosis Day.
Torrential rain and heavy winds are set to hit the UK bringing the risk of flooding during half-term. Flooding is possible in parts of London and the southeast on Monday and in areas of Wales and north west England on Wednesday, according to The Environment Agency. The Met Office said to expect wet and windy weather throughout the rest of October with heavy downpours for many.
Followers of a Sufi religious order convened on a Moroccan village near the city of Nador for the birthday of the Prophet Muhammud in the first such gathering since the pandemic
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is set to return Fabinho to his starting XI for the Reds’ trip to Old Trafford in Sunday’s derby with Manchester United. The Brazilian missed last weekend’s thumping win over Watford, having flown straight to Spain for the Champions League clash with Atletico Madrid after returning from international duty in South America.
Holidaymakers might need three Covid vaccinations to travel next summer, a minister has revealed. The vaccine passport could evolve meaning Britons will require three jabs to jet off on holiday. Care Minister Gillian Keegan said people who have had two doses are currently considered fully vaccinated but that this will “evolve over time”.
Hit series has been renewed for a third season
Health research and ‘levelling-up’ of transport outside London are among big-ticket items