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China sets goal of sending 12 astronauts to space by 2023, opening of space station by 2022 - rt

China sets goal of sending 12 astronauts to space by 2023, opening of space station by 2022

Hot on the heels of its recent successes reaching the Red Planet, China’s space agency has announced the lofty goal of executing 11 launch missions and sending a dozen astronauts to space within the next two years.
rt - 29 minutes ago
Saudi Arabia to lift most Covid-19 restrictions on Sunday – state media - rt

Saudi Arabia to lift most Covid-19 restrictions on Sunday – state media

Restaurants, shopping centers, and gyms will reopen in Saudi Arabia on Sunday in a major easing of coronavirus restrictions by the Gulf nation, a government source told state-run SPA news agency.
rt - 2 hours ago
Hunt for woman who spat at bus passenger in row over mask - metro

Hunt for woman who spat at bus passenger in row over mask

Another bus passenger asked her to put a mask on and she spat at him.
metro - 2 hours ago
EU to seek AstraZeneca doses from US amid Covid-19 vaccine supply shortfalls – media - rt

EU to seek AstraZeneca doses from US amid Covid-19 vaccine supply shortfalls – media

The European Union will reportedly ask Washington to allow the export of millions of doses of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine as Brussels struggles with supply shortages.
rt - 4 hours ago
Blind trust in social media perpetuates, and resurrects, conspiracy theories says new study - rt

Blind trust in social media perpetuates, and resurrects, conspiracy theories says new study

People with a higher degree of trust in information on social media are more likely to not only believe new conspiracy theories, but to resurrect old, repeatedly debunked ones as well, according to the latest research.
rt - 4 hours ago
Pakistan’s Imran Khan remains in power after surviving ‘voluntary’ vote of no confidence - rt

Pakistan’s Imran Khan remains in power after surviving ‘voluntary’ vote of no confidence

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan won a vote of confidence that he called for himself, after his ruling coalition suffered a serious political setback that galvanized the country’s opposition.
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India threatens to jail Facebook, WhatsApp & Twitter staff over refusal to wipe data that ‘undermines national security’ – reports - rt

India threatens to jail Facebook, WhatsApp & Twitter staff over refusal to wipe data that ‘undermines national security’ – reports

Indian authorities have reportedly given an ultimatum to US social media platforms, threatening jail time for their local employees if the companies continue to ignore official takedown requests against “damaging” information.
rt - 15 hours ago
This Democrat Was Way Too Excited About Voting Down the $15 Minimum Wage - vice

This Democrat Was Way Too Excited About Voting Down the $15 Minimum Wage

Kyrsten Sinema was one of seven Democrats who opposed the measure, but she seemed especially happy to do it.
vice - 18 hours ago

'I don't know what prime minister meant': Israel's virus czar shoots down Netanyahu's suggestion country is through pandemic

Israeli coronavirus response chief, Nachman Ash, doesn't share PM Benjamin Netanyahu's optimism regarding the Covid situation in the country, warning that it could well go into a fourth lockdown due to a rising transmission rate.
rt - 19 hours ago
National Trust says heritage sites at risk from climate change - channel 4

National Trust says heritage sites at risk from climate change

The National Trust outlined a 'hazard map' which shows how 30% of their heritage sites are at risk from the impacts of climate change like flooding.
channel 4 - 19 hours ago
Ampleforth College faces questions over pupil safeguarding - channel 4

Ampleforth College faces questions over pupil safeguarding

In November the school was banned by the government from accepting new pupils, after it failed to show inspectors that it could keep them safe.
channel 4 - 19 hours ago
20 killed in Somali capital after suicide car bomb detonates outside restaurant - rt

20 killed in Somali capital after suicide car bomb detonates outside restaurant

At least 20 people have been killed and dozens more injured in a suicide car bombing in Mogadishu. The incident occured on the same day Somali Islamist militants stormed a jail in the semi-atonomus Puntland state.
rt - 19 hours ago
Pope’s visit shows ‘Iraq is not forgotten’, says priest Joseph Cassar - channel 4

Pope’s visit shows ‘Iraq is not forgotten’, says priest Joseph Cassar

Until the Pope and his entourage arrived in Iraq today, Rev Joseph Cassar was the only Jesuit priest in the country.
channel 4 - 19 hours ago
Pope Francis becomes first pontiff to visit Iraq - channel 4

Pope Francis becomes first pontiff to visit Iraq

The Pope has arrived in Iraq for an historic three-day visit to the country, surrounded by tight security.
channel 4 - 19 hours ago
Mental health charity advocates call for more support for school children - channel 4

Mental health charity advocates call for more support for school children

Matt Hancock has announced an extra £79 million will be set aside to support the mental health of children and young people who've been affected by the pandemic.
channel 4 - 19 hours ago
UK’s ‘security and prosperity will be affected’ if aid is cut – Tory MP Tobias Ellwood - channel 4

UK’s ‘security and prosperity will be affected’ if aid is cut – Tory MP Tobias Ellwood

We spoke to the Conservative MP Tobias Ellwood, and Rory Stewart, a former international development secretary.
channel 4 - 19 hours ago
Revealed: plans for huge cuts in UK overseas aid - channel 4

Revealed: plans for huge cuts in UK overseas aid

Among the proposals under discussion are slashing funds for Syria by 67%, and giving 60% less to Somalia and Congo.
channel 4 - 20 hours ago
The Filipino NHS staff battling Covid and seeking proper recognition - channel 4

The Filipino NHS staff battling Covid and seeking proper recognition

We've heard of some wards in London hospitals where around 70% of nurses are Filipino, and yet a lot of people from the community feel they're not being represented.
channel 4 - 20 hours ago
Nursing union prepares to strike over 1% pay increase - channel 4

Nursing union prepares to strike over 1% pay increase

The Royal College of Nursing has set up a £35 million fund to prepare for strike action, amid growing anger at the proposal to give most NHS staff in England a 1% pay rise.
channel 4 - 20 hours ago
Arrests over clashes in Lyon as locals blame French police for teenager

Arrests over clashes in Lyon as locals blame French police for teenager's scooter crash that left him in coma (VIDEOS)

Twelve people have been arrested after violence broke out in Lyon, France, where protesters burned cars and launched fireworks in response to the alleged role of police in a local teenager's serious scooter crash on Wednesday.
rt - 20 hours ago
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Sturgeon sets out ‘cautious’ Scotland release from lockdown

Sturgeon sets out ‘cautious’ Scotland release from lockdown

channel 4 - 1 week ago

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been setting out her plan for easing the current lockdown.

Northern Ireland is set to learn next week how its restrictions will be eased.
The Welsh Government has already revealed some details of how it will lift lockdown, with further detail about reopening the economy to follow in a fortnight’s time.

Across the UK, the latest 24-hour government figures show a further 548 people are reported to have died with Covid, bringing the UK total to more than 121,000.

There have been another 8,500 new cases in the UK. But 192,000 people received their first dose of the Covid vaccine yesterday.

Nearly 18 million people have now received their first dose of a vaccine.

Nicola Sturgeon promised a “substantial reopening” from late April, but warned that will only happen “if all goes to plan”.

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