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David Sassoli was in hospital since December 26
David Sassoli was in hospital since December 26
England on Thursday lifted coronavirus restrictions imposed to tackle the Omicron variant, with masks no longer required in enclosed places and vaccine passports shelved.
US Coast Guard crews searching for 39 people reported missing when a boat capsized off the coast of Florida have found one body so far, officials said Wednesday.
The Taliban must uphold the fundamental human rights of women and children, the United Nations chief said Wednesday, urging the international community to release frozen Afghan aid to prevent families from selling their babies to buy food.
Famous Afghan musician Homayoun Sakhi is joined by great performers Adib Rostami and Shahbaz Hussain at London's Barbican concert hall for rehearsals ahead of the premiere of a concert, "Songs of hope". The benefit concert is organised by Afghanistan International TV and aims to support musicians in Afghanistan where music has been banned in public places.
The murders of two journalists in the Mexican border city of Tijuana in less than a week have triggered calls for the government to step up protection of media workers.
The National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) rehearses for a show as the musicians resume live performances while navigating a maelstrom of Covid-19 rules. At the start of 2020, the NSO was planning its first international tour with conductor Gianandrea Noseda. Instead, the coronavirus pandemic forced the ensemble out of the concert hall at the Kennedy Center in the US capital for 18 months. "I enjoy the present," Noseda says. "I am here and now is fantastic, it’s a gift for me to be here."
Egan Bernal was treated at the Universidad de la Sabana clinic in Bogota where he underwent spinal surgery
Australian researchers have discovered a strange spinning object in the Milky Way they say is unlike anything astronomers have ever seen.
German-owned luxury car brand Bentley said Wednesday that its first all-electric vehicle will be ready by 2025, as it unveiled major investment on becoming a fully carbon zero company.
Istanbul is experiencing heavy snowfall, with roads blocked, flights and public transport cancelled and thousands of vehicles stranded on majors roads. Some motorists say they have had to leave their cars overnight in the total gridlock.
Resolution Foundation report also highlights risk of British firms being undercut by lower cost rivals India’s minister of commerce and industry, Piyush Goyal, and Britain’s international trade secretary, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, opened talks earlier this month. Photograph: Anushree Fadnavis/Reuters Gains from a UK trade deal with India could be on a par with those from an agreement with the US but risks exposing the economy to tougher competition, a report says. The Resolution Foundation thinktank
Two months before it is due to open with just a handful of confirmed flights, workers are racing to finish a new international airport for Mexico City -- one of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's flagship projects.
An injured hawk-eagle found at Jurong Island was nursed back to health by a veterinary team from Jurong Bird Park, and is now flying free again.
The Italian-flagged tanker Mare Doricum was offloading crude at the Repsol refinery in Ventanilla, 30 kilometers (19 miles) north of Lima, when it spilled 6,000 barrels into the ocean
The murders of journalists Margarito Martinez and Lourdes Maldonado have triggered calls for the government to step up protection of media workers. Reporters organized protests in cities across the country, while UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged Mexico to take tougher action.
A coronavirus-hit Australian warship will dock in Tonga Wednesday, delivering desperately needed aid to the volcano-and-tsunami-struck nation under strict "no-contact" protocols.
World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is all but guaranteed a second term after a procedural vote on Tuesday made him the sole nominee for a leadership election in May.
Up to 160,000 litres of oil may have spilled from an undersea pipeline
The United States on Wednesday rejected Russia's key demand to bar Ukraine from NATO and said it believed Moscow was ready to invade but offered what it called a new "diplomatic path" out of the crisis.
Pigeon racing is taking off in Poland, with breeders winning more and more international competitions and hoping their precious birds will fetch top prices on the market. For some though it's not about the money and "it often happens that less fortunate breeders who bought pigeons a bit by chance win and that is the best thing about this sport!"