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Families reunite as travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand opens

Families and friends have been able to reunite after a long-anticipated travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand opened.The start of quarantine-free travel was a relief for families who have been separated by the coronavirus pandemic as well as struggling tourist operators. It marked the first, tentative steps towards what both countries hope will become a gradual reopening to the rest of the world. Image: Adam Draper and his partner […]

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Two men killed as Tesla without anyone in the driver’s seat crashes into tree and catches fire

Two men have been killed after a Tesla crashed into a tree and burst into flames, and officials have said no one was in the driver's seat.The 2019 Tesla Model S was travelling at high speed at the time of the incident on Saturday night in Texas. Reports suggest the car failed to negotiate a curve and veered off the road. Image: One of the victims was found in the […]

today19/04/2021

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Half of all adults in the US have received at least one coronavirus jab

Half of all adults in the US have received at least one COVID-19 jab, according to new figures.Almost 130 million people aged 18 or older have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, or 50.4% of the total adult population. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also said almost 84 million adults, or about 32.5% of the population, have had two vaccine doses. The US cleared […]

today18/04/2021

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Salisbury suspects wanted over deadly explosion condemned as ‘war-like act’

An explosion at an ammunition depot in the Czech Republic – allegedly carried out by two suspects in the Salisbury spy poisonings - has been described as a "war-like act" that demands a harsh response.Tom Tugendhat, chair of the foreign affairs select committee, told Sky News the 2014 blast that left two workers at the facility dead was a "direct attack on a NATO country". "I think we need to […]

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World’s largest iceberg melts away after three years, satellite data shows

The world's largest iceberg has virtually melted away, according to satellite data.The 5,800sq km (2,239sq miles) ice block known as A68a broke off from the Antarctic peninsula's Larsen C ice shelf in July 2017. But satellite images now show the iceberg has broken up into tiny pieces, which are too small to track any further, the US National Ice Center said.The iceberg spent two years not moving far before it […]

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Honduras ‘responsible’ for kidnapping indigenous activists over territorial dispute

Honduras has become one of the world's most dangerous places for environmental land rights activists after a series of murders in the Central American country over the past two years.Last month, three indigenous leaders were shot dead in the north of the country - it follows the abduction and disappearance of four activists last summer. And at least 14 more men and women were killed in similar circumstances in July […]

today18/04/2021

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Family of Italian woman who died after Oxford jab launch legal action

The family of an Italian woman who died weeks after having the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine have told Sky News they are taking legal action to establish whether the jab was to blame.The case comes after 55-year-old Augusta Turiaco, from Messina, Sicily, received her COVID jab on 11 March before her condition worsened in the days following her vaccination. The music teacher was keen to receive a jab as she worked […]

today18/04/2021

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Navalny’s doctors denied access to him in jail amid fears he ‘could die at any moment’

Alexei Navalny's doctors say they have been denied access to him in jail, as his health is thought to be deteriorating severely while he remains on hunger strike.The Russian opposition leader's physician, Yaroslav Ashikhmin, and head of the Alliance of Doctors union, Anastasiya Vasilyeva, said they spent two hours outside the prison in Pokrov but were not allowed to see him. Mr Ashikhmin said Navalny could be on the verge […]

today17/04/2021

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One of Putin’s most vocal critics ‘could die at any moment’ as prison hunger strike continues

Alexei Navalny's doctor has said the Russian opposition leader is on the verge of death as he continues his hunger strike in prison.Yaroslav Ashikhmin claims Mr Navalny's latest test results show extremely high potassium levels, which put him at risk of cardiac arrest. The physician also says he has high creatinine levels, which suggest his kidneys are damaged."Our patient could die at any moment," he wrote on Facebook. Image: The […]

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