Year-long Arctic climate change study begins

Year-long Arctic climate change study begins

Research icebreaker "Polarstern" has set off on a year-long research trip to the Arctic to study the effects of climate change in the area.
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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Pakistan

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Pakistan

Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Catherine, arrived in Pakistan's capital on Monday to begin a five day visit that will focus on boosting ties and addressing challenges such as climate change.
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UK hiring falls by most in over four years

UK hiring falls by most in over four years

Britain's jobs boom has weakened in the approach to Brexit with the number of people in work unexpectedly falling.
Protesters defy British police order to halt climate change demonstrations in London

Protesters defy British police order to halt climate change demonstrations in London

British police ordered a halt to Extinction Rebellion protests in London after a week of civil disobedience by climate change activists - but demonstrations continued on Tuesday, targeting the British Transport Ministry. Ciara Lee reports
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Oldest and first black female Booker Prize winners

Oldest and first black female Booker Prize winners

Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo have been jointly awarded the Booker Prize, with judges flouting the rules to name both winners.
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Facebook presses on with e-coin despite defections

Facebook presses on with e-coin despite defections

Facebook is pressing ahead with its Libra e-currency despite losing another backer.
Japan struggles in aftermath of deadly typhoon

Japan struggles in aftermath of deadly typhoon

The death toll in the worst typhoon to hit Japan for decades climbed to 66 on Tuesday. People are starting to return to their homes, but thousands remain without power or water.
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'Totally irresponsible': Lam slams U.S. senators

'Totally irresponsible': Lam slams U.S. senators

Hong Kong's embattled leader Carrie Lam condemned visits by U.S. senators whom she said had arrived with "preconceived views" about the Hong Kong situation, after senator Josh Hawley said the city is becoming a "police state".
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England soccer match twice suspended amid racist chants

England soccer match twice suspended amid racist chants

Racist abuse blighted a Euro 2020 qualifier between Bulgaria and England on Monday, with the match in Sofia twice halted by the referee after monkey noises and chants from the crowd were aimed at black players from the visiting team.
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