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WATCH: Riot police push protesters away as they try to erect barricades in central Minsk
Riot police have deployed flashbang grenades against protesters, who tried to erect barricades in central Minsk, as thousands of people across Belarus poured into the streets furious over preliminary presidential election results.
rt - 1 hour ago
Teargas, clashes with riot police in Belarus capital as protestors rally over Lukashenko’s projected victory
Belarus police used teargas, flash grenades to disperse protesters in the capital Minsk, disagreeing with the incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko’s victory in elections, according to preliminary results.
rt - 1 hour ago
Macron styles himself as Lebanon’s savior, ready to reshape country’s system in Western image
French President Emmanuel Macron has rallied a host of international donors to support Lebanon, and promised that the country’s future “is being decided now.” The French leader, it seems, will be the one making the decisions.
rt - 3 hours ago
Mauritius declare state of environmental emergency after huge oil spill
MV Wakashio ran aground two weeks ago on a coral reef off the Indian Ocean island - with 4,000 tons of fuel on board.
channel 4 - 4 hours ago
Lawyers warn plans to use navy to tackle migrant crossings could be unlawful
Record numbers of migrants are risking the journey in small boats across the Channel to reach the UK.
channel 4 - 4 hours ago
Fire breaks out as protesters attempt to storm Beirut parliament in second night of demonstrations (VIDEO)
A fire has broken out near the parliament in Beirut as protesters and police clash for the second night in a row. Police deployed tear gas as demonstrators demanding the resignation of the government hurled rocks at officers.
rt - 5 hours ago
Polls close in Belarus presidential election that saw a record turnout
The polls have closed in the presidential election in Belarus, which took place amid large-scale anti-government protests and accusations of a crackdown on the opposition by longtime President Alexander Lukashenko.
rt - 6 hours ago
Girl, 14, sexually assaulted in broad daylight by man on beachfront
Police are appealing for information to find the suspect, described as a bald white man in his mid-40s.
metro - 6 hours ago
School pictured with packed hallways reports 9 new coronavirus cases
The outbreak within the school comes after Hannah Watters, 15, was suspended for posting the video of her fellow students jammed in the hallway
metro - 7 hours ago
Do you have to wear a face mask in the cinema? All the places you now have to wear a covering
You might want to rethink that three-hour film.
metro - 7 hours ago
Israeli parliament to vote on bill that could end Netanyahu’s political career
Israel’s parliament will vote on a bill that would ban an indicted prime minister from forming a government. If passed, the law could put an end to the political career of Benjamin Netanyahu, who is charged with fraud and bribery.
rt - 7 hours ago
Two dogs rescued after being left for ‘over two hours’ in sweltering car
Police had to smash the car window to save the dogs as temperatures reached 27C.
metro - 8 hours ago
Another 8 people die with coronavirus in UK bringing total to 46,574
The number of people testing positive for the virus has risen by 1,062 in the past 24 hours to a total of 310,825.
metro - 8 hours ago
WATCH military vehicles deployed near Minsk on Belarusian presidential election day after authorities warned of ‘provocations’
Army jeeps were filmed standing on guard near the Belarusian capital on presidential election day. The country’s longtime leader Alexander Lukashenko earlier warned foreign forces may try to incite violence on the day of the vote.
rt - 8 hours ago
Two killed, five injured in Kabul blast as govt navigates peace deal with Taliban
An explosion in Kabul has killed two people and left several others injured, according to local media citing officials. The violence comes amid an ongoing rocky peace process with the Taliban.
rt - 9 hours ago
Lebanese officials ‘do not expect’ to find survivors in Beirut rubble, Russian rescue team says, as death toll reportedly hits 220
A first-response team from Russia has finished looking for survivors of powerful blasts in Beirut. They say Lebanese officials don’t think anyone is still alive under the rubble, while the death toll has jumped from 158 to 220.
rt - 10 hours ago
‘Large wave’ of DDoS attacks hits KGB & Interior Ministry websites in Belarus on presidential election day
Cyber-attacks on state institutions and widespread problems with internet access were reported in Belarus on Sunday, as citizens go to the polls to elect the country’s president.
rt - 11 hours ago
Moving US troops ‘closer to Russia’s border’ is necessary to ensure ‘collective security’, Pentagon claims
Criticisms of the US troop reduction in Germany are unwarranted, Mark Esper has said, claiming that many of these forces are simply being relocated further east in order to serve as a more effective ‘deterrent’ against Russia.
rt - 12 hours ago
Lebanese information minister announces resignation – reports
Lebanon's Information Minister Manal Abdel Samad has stepped down from her post within the embattled government, local media has reported.
rt - 14 hours ago
Reopening schools in September is a ‘moral duty’ says Boris
The Prime Minister fears the children of lower income families could 'tumble out of education, employment or training altogether, never to return'.
The DoH said the practice had been ‘temporarily paused’ but Downing Street confirmed this week that the decision to stop publishing the daily data is final.
This is because figures could be miscalculated as they only count people having their first test, with many NHS and care staff now undergoing regular Covid-19 testing.
The government still publishes daily figures for the number of tests carried out, and total testing capacity. The figure for the number of people tested will be released weekly.
Boris Johnson’s spokesperson has explained: ‘This is because the daily people-tested statistic only counts new people being tested. For example, someone who is tested in February and then tested again this month will only be counted once.
‘Considering hospital and care home staff are now being tested on a regular basis, we dont think this statistic would be an accurate reflection of the amount of daily testing that is taking place.’
However, the situation was named ‘an absolute shambles’ by Labour’s Justin Madders earlier in the week.
He said: ‘It seems that the real reason why the government stopped issuing figures for the number of people tested each day is because they never hit their 100,000 people a day target and they were too embarrassed to admit it.
‘It is clear that ministers are losing control over the testing regime and are failing to not only keep track of the tests but to ensure the results are returned swiftly.’
Responding to accusations that figures were wrongly reported at the height of the UK coronavirus crisis, a DHSC spokesperson said they had been ‘completely transparent about the data we collect and publish, and are always looking to improve our statistics’.
They added: ‘We have worked with the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and the Office for Statistics Regulation on our new approach to these publications and will continue to work closely with them as we develop these figures.
‘We have rapidly built, from scratch, a large-scale testing programme and can now provide a test to anybody who needs one.
‘Over 11 million tests have been delivered so far and we have the capacity to carry out more than 300,000 tests per day – helping to curb the spread of the virus and save lives.’