This is one of the biggest hurdles to a Brexit deal
The fishing industry only makes up a small fraction of the United Kingdom's economy, but fishing rights have become one of the biggest challenges to a Brexit deal between Britain and the European Union. CNN's Anna Stewart visits the port town of Brixham, England, to find out why.
U.S. expert Fauci backtracks on criticism of UK on vaccine: NBC
U.S. infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci said on Friday he was reacting to gloating by a British television interviewer when he criticized the country's quick approval of the first coronavirus vaccine.
China tweet that enraged Australia propelled by 'unusual' accounts, say experts
A Chinese official's tweet of an image of an Australian soldier that sparked a furious reaction from Canberra was amplified across social media by unusual accounts, of which half were likely fake, an Israeli cybersecurity firm and Australian experts said.
Calls to investigate possible link between menopause and Covid risk
Some evidence suggests falling oestrogen levels could make older women more vulnerable Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage A possible link between the menopause and Covid-19 needs to be investigated, researchers have said, with some evidence suggesting that falling oestrogen levels could leave older women at increased risk from the disease. Men are at greater risk of severe Covid, and dying of the disease, than women but recent research has suggested that in women, i...
India's Farmers Protest and Burn in Challenge to Narendra Modi
Many have burned their fields in defiance of antipollution laws. Some say that has worsened New Delhi’s air as the capital deals with a third coronavirus wave.
This reporter went to cover a homicide in Mexico. Then he became a victim
Mexican journalists call the crime beat "la nota roja," the red story. Lurid details guarantee web hits, but documenting the mayhem is among the riskiest assignments.
Berlin opens long-awaited 1.4-mile subway extension
A long-awaited new subway extension that tunnels under one of Berlin’s best-known boulevards and improves transport links from the German capital’s central railway station has opened
Gafni says will raise Draft bill if talk of budget bill arises
MK Moshe Gafni also celebrated his party's success at preventing the amendment of a basic law that is intended to ensure equality and prohibit discrimination.
COVID deaths in Italy hit record high as nation imposes 10pm curfew on New Year's Eve
Italy has unveiled tough new restrictions for Christmas after recording the highest number of daily coronavirus deaths since the pandemic began.
UK health official says mask wearing in nation may persist for 'many years'
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson openly disagreed Wednesday with the country’s deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam in a coronavirus news briefing after he said Britons might have to wear masks “for years.”
Growing calls to protect Fijian soldiers who served in UK army
Eight veterans have lost a court battle to remain in the UK and are now stuck in political and financial limbo.
South Africa: Explosion rocks oil refinery in Durban
Plant operator says cause of the blast under investigation; injured workers are in stable conditions.
1 killed, 7 hurt in autorickshaw blast in Pakistan
Pakistan News: RAWALPINDI: One person was killed while seven others were injured in a blast in a parked autorickshaw at Rawalpindi's Pir Wadhai bus station here on F.
Queues and thousands of reservations as services reopen
Prague Daily Monitor On Thursday, restaurants, cafes, shops and other services reopened as Czechia entered the third level of PES. While there are already thousands of reservations to restaurants for the upcoming days, businesses shared how they will be dealing with a flood of customers. Currently, the most populated areas are hairdressing salons where people queue long before the opening hours...
US Plans to Master Hypersonic Weapons in 3 Years to Catch Up to Russia and China
Earlier this year, the US Department of Defence announced that they had designated the Naval Surface Warfare Centre (NSWC) in Indiana as the primary base for developing hypersonic weapons, as reports emerged about the Pentagon planning to put more efforts into research and adoption of the technology.
Global Rivals Not to 'Pull Punches' in Tech Race as Next Geopolitics Reshapes Markets, Futurist Says
Dead People, Non-Residents & Duplicates: Trump's Lawyer Claims 85,000 Votes Cast Illegally in Nevada