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MADRID: Spain was headed for record June temperatures in four decades on Friday (Jun 17), one area of France banned outdoor events, and drought stalked Italian farmers, as an early summer heatwave sent Western Europeans hunting for shade and fretting over climate change. The heatwave since the beginning of the week intensified on Friday, bringing…

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Both vaccines are based on messenger RNA, which delivers genetic code for the coronavirus spike protein to human cells that then grow it on their surface, training the immune system to be ready. The technology is now considered the leading COVID-19 vaccination platform. The vaccines were tested in trials of thousands of children. They were…

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In a speech that lasted well over an hour, Putin said the Russian soldiers in the Donbas were also fighting to defend Russia’s own “rights to secure development”. “The West has fundamentally refused to fulfil its earlier obligations, it turned out to be simply impossible to reach any new agreements with it,” Putin said. “In…

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BREXIT disagreements between the European Union and the UK Government over the Northern Ireland protocol are so stark it is hard to “see where the common ground” is between the negotiators, Sky News’ Beth Rigby has claimed.

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NICOLA STURGEON’S demand for a second independence referendum has been branded a “bluff” after the SNP leader relaunched her case for Scottish independence this week.

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POLAR bears in the Arctic could now have some hope of survival, as researchers found a group of the creatures thriving without nearby sea ice.

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KATE, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William have paid “a lovely gesture” as they shared the first carriage at Royal Ascot with the son of a late close friend of the Queen, a royal commentator said.

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A MOBILITY scooter rider was killed in a horror crash with a car despite the best efforts of paramedics at the scene to revive him.

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THOUSANDS of pensioners are failing to claim Pension Credit, with ministers launching a new drive to raise awareness of the benefit.

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AIRPORT bosses have been accused of turning parts of Bristol into a “giant unregulated car park”, with holidaymakers leaving vehicles outside residents’ homes for weeks on end.

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