Donald Trump news: Ex-POTUS savaged on Twitter following 2020 election rant | World | News

The former US President issued a strongly-worded statement branding last year’s election, in which he lost to Democrat Joe Biden, as a “crime”. In the tweet, sent on Saturday from the Right Side Broadcasting Network’s account, Mr Trump claimed the nation was being “destroyed”. The 45th President had been permanently suspended from social media platform following […]

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China news: 12 people killed as back to back tornadoes cause chaos | World | News

The twisters struck central Hubei province and east China’s Jiangsu province on Friday leaving a trail of destruction. Footage captured in Wuhan as the tornado struck shows debris swirling around in a vortex by the powerful winds. In total 12 people are understood to have been killed by the severe weather event and more than 300 have […]

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Paris protest: Riot police hurl tear gas at demonstrators as Macron demands end to dissent | World | News

Riot police in France have clashed with pro-Palestinian protestors on the streets of Paris after large crowds gathered for a banned rally to protest the actions of Israel in Gaza. Flag-waving protestors took the streets of the French capital following six days of heaving fighting between armed Palestinian militants and the Israeli Defence Force which […]

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Covid News: Fully vaccinated Americans can ditch face masks and social distancing | World | News

The head of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Friday that fully vaccinated Americans no longer had to wear a face covering. Dr Walensky said she was “cautiously optimistic” when talking through the decision on US television. The health expert did warn her fellow citizens to remain “humble” as the country […]

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EU on brink: Sweden’s ‘mourning’ for UK after Brexit ‘could quickly morph’ into divorce | World | News

Tensions inside the bloc continue to grow, despite Brussels now appearing to have its vaccine rollout more under control. Statistics for May shows that more than 20 percent of the population of member states had now received a vaccine, with Malta leading the way with half of its citizens having the jab. Yet, this has […]

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Night of terror as 200 rockets fired at Israel | World | News

Officials said 119 Palestinians, including 31 children, have been killed and eight Israelis have died since the latest violence began. Militants fired more than 200 ­rockets and suicide drones from­ ­ the Gaza Strip towards Israel in ­the ­heaviest exchange of the conflict so far. Israel’s Iron Dome anti-missile ­system intercepted those fired ­from Beit Lahia […]

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Denmark news: Emergency operation as Denmark to incinerate culled minks | World | News

An estimated 15 million mink were killed over fears of a mutated version of coronavirus in November 2020. The whole mink population of Denmark was then exterminated in a mass cull operation in the autumn of 2020. On Thursday Danish authorities began unearthing and incinerating the millions of mink. The animals from the mink fur […]

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Eurozone crisis: Europe’s tourism-driven economies face two more lost summers | World | News

Top destinations that tourists like to visit are expected to receive less than 50 percent of their usual visitors, according to investment bank BAML. Major holiday destinations such as Greece and Spain may not again receive their pre-lockdown tourist numbers until 2023. Despite progress on vaccines within the EU and infection numbers plummeting holiday destinations […]

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Israel news: Beachgoers run for their lives on Tel Aviv beach sirens ring | World | News

Terrified beach goers in Israel were filmed running for their lives as sirens warned of an incoming rocket attack from the Gaza strip. The beach goers, which numbered in their hundreds, are seen sprinting across the sand in Tel Aviv holding on to their belongings as sirens screech above. The video comes as violence has […]

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Israel Gaza violence: Thousands of protesters in Jordan and Lebanon storm border in revolt | World | News

Pro-Palestinian protesters stormed the Israeli border in both Lebanon and Jordan as the violence in Gaza threatens to spill over into the wider Middle East. The protests, formed in response to the ongoing Israeli strikes in Gaza, are expected to be even bigger today with buses organised to take protesters to Israel’s northern and eastern borders. […]

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