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Princess Beatrice's husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, has revealed the parenting hack they're using to raise their daughter, Sienna.
VIENNA (AP) — Unvaccinated people in Austria could face new lockdown restrictions if coronavirus case numbers continue to rise, Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg said Friday night. The news came after a Friday evening meeting between Schallenberg and state-level leaders to discuss their response to rapidly increasing case numbers. “The pandemic is not yet in the rearview mirror,” Schallenberg said. “We are about to stumble into a pandemic of the unvaccinated.” Schallenberg announced that if the
Germany recorded the highest incidence of coronavirus infections since mid-May on Saturday, reaching the threshold of 100 cases per 100,000 in the past seven days that used to be the yardstick for imposing a strict lockdown. However, Health Minister Jens Spahn noted that Germany could cope much better now due to vaccination, although he said restrictions like mask wearing and limits on indoor activity for unvaccinated people would stay until next spring. The seven-day incidence rate of cases - which until August was used to decide whether to impose more stringent COVID-19 curbs - rose to 100 on Saturday from 95 on Friday, the Robert Koch Institute responsible for disease control said.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — One of the world's largest oil producers, Saudi Arabia, announced Saturday it aims to reach “net zero” greenhouse gas emissions by 2060, joining more than 100 countries in a global effort to try and curb man-made climate change. The announcement, made by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in brief scripted remarks at the start of the kingdom's first-ever Saudi Green Initiative Forum, was timed to make a splash a little more than a week before the start of the glo
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will announce a range of investments in Wednesday’s Budget to give children the ‘best possible start to life’.
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The star says she nodded off during the performance.
On Friday, at the special criminal court where 20 men are being tried on suspicion of involvement in the November 2015 Paris massacres of 130 people, the families of some of the 90 Bataclan victims attempted to describe their on-going nightmare of grief, confusion and incomprehension. There were final phone conversations, between lovers, between fathers and daughters, while the killers continued their terrible task.One of Friday's witness was still at work when her boyfriend rang. He was at the
Dog owners who bought puppies during the lockdowns are disguising their pets as strays so rescue centres will take them in, a charity has claimed. Hope Rescue, in Rhondda Cynon Taf, in Wales, revealed that the number of dogs being dropped off at its rescue centre in Pontyclun was the highest in its 15-year history. The centre now has 150 strays, more than it has ever had before.
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Reflections in Kibera slum, Nairobi, Kenya: Hossein Fatemi’s best phone picture. ‘The poverty I saw really shocked me, but also the people I saw were happy, they were friendly, they were sharing’
Will Ireland’s corporation tax rise see tech companies leave Dublin?. Analysts question if Dublin’s reputation as a leading tech hub could be undermined by new 15% tax rate
Money and misinformation: how Turning Point USA became a formidable pro-Trump force. The rightwing group outgrew its origins on campuses to hobnob with Republican operatives and donors – despite some discomfort in the party
What happened when famous local dressmaker Nell Donnelly was kidnapped and held for ransom? This week’s What’s Your KCQ finds a surprising hero: the local mob.
Taye Alvis has been making movies since he was nine-years-old. Growing up on Walpole Island, Alvis heard stories about ghosts that roamed the area, and he wanted to bring those tales to life. Now 21, the writer and director's short horror film When Shadows Dance at Night is part of the Forest City Film Festival. "I grew up with a bunch of different stories, as I'm sure a lot of Indigenous people have," he said on CBC's Afternoon Drive earlier this week. "Like a folktale, like these lonely spirit
Is it poop from humans, dogs, waterfowl or another source that keeps fouling the waters of First Lake in Lower Sackville, N.S.? That's one of the questions an upcoming study will tackle. The Halifax Regional Municipality is seeking a company to conduct a study to figure out how much fecal bacteria is in the lake and where it's coming from, as well as to make recommendations on how to decrease the pollution. First Lake is home to Kinsmen Beach, a popular swimming spot. However, the beach has been
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A Halifax councillor is worried about the impact of two new provincial organizations on the municipality's authority over development, transportation planning and environmental protection. As part of its housing strategy announced Wednesday, the province said it would establish a regional transportation group and a housing task force. During question period in the legislature Friday, Premier Tim Houston said the task force — while not recommended by the Nova Scotia Affordable Housing Commission
Columbia’s LGBTQ+ history has long gone mostly untold. Now, Historic Columbia unveils a new way to share those stories with the next generation.
It's a Wednesday afternoon, but inside an unassuming Etobicoke dance hall, it feels like Saturday night. While the dance floor is full — physically distanced, with dancers wearing masks — all eyes are on Harry Mitchell. It's his 100th birthday and this is how he wanted to celebrate: surrounded by family and friends, gliding on the dance floor. "I'm governed to some extent by the condition of my knees, which have arthritis," says Mitchell, shrugging with a smile. "I hope I can dance as long as I