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‘What a life!’ Britain pays tribute to Prince Philip

‘What a life!’ Britain pays tribute to Prince Philip

Gun salutes will be fired across Britain on Saturday to mark the passing of Prince Philip as tributes flooded in for a man who was a pillar of strength for Queen Elizabeth during her 69-year reign.

Western Australia braces for 'worst case scenario' as cyclone Seroja nears

Western Australia braces for 'worst case scenario' as cyclone Seroja nears

Authorities in Western Australia were urging residents of its Mid West coast to find safe shelter or leave on Saturday as cyclone Seroja barrelled towards a coastal region that is usually too far south to fall in the path of cyclones.

Volcano erupts in southern Caribbean, sparking evacuation 'frenzy'

Volcano erupts in southern Caribbean, sparking evacuation 'frenzy'

La Soufriere volcano on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent erupted on Friday after decades of inactivity, sending dark plumes of ash and smoke billowing into the sky and forcing thousands from surrounding villages to evacuate.

Virus lockdowns around the world as vaccine efforts stumble

Virus lockdowns around the world as vaccine efforts stumble

Fresh lockdowns and curfews were imposed on tens of millions of people from India to Argentina on Saturday, as Covid-19 infections surged again and vaccine roll-outs were hampered by shortages and scares over side effects.

Biden creates panel to study Supreme Court expansion

Biden creates panel to study Supreme Court expansion

US President Joe Biden has ordered the creation of a bipartisan commission to study potential reforms to the Supreme Court, including whether to expand the number of justices, a key goal of progressive Democrats.

Caribbean island on volcano eruption alert

Caribbean island on volcano eruption alert

The threat of a volcanic eruption has triggered evacuation orders on the eastern Caribbean island of Saint Vincent and the deployment of several cruise ships to house thousands forced to leave their homes.

New vaccine probe worsens Europe’s Covid-19 troubles

New vaccine probe worsens Europe’s Covid-19 troubles

Europe’s stuttering coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccine rollout faced multiple hurdles yesterday as EU regulators said they were reviewing side effects of the Johnson & Johnson shot and France further limited its use of the AstraZeneca jab.

Philip: proud father despite gruff exterior

Philip: proud father despite gruff exterior

Of the many sacrifices the Duke of Edinburgh had to make in marrying, one truly angered him. As he once put it: “I am the only man in the country not allowed to give his name to his children.”

Britain mourns Prince Philip

Britain mourns Prince Philip

Prince Philip, the longest serving royal consort in British history who was a constant presence at Queen Elizabeth II’s side for decades, died yesterday aged 99, Buckingham Palace announced.

New cyclone barrels toward disaster-struck Indonesia

New cyclone barrels toward disaster-struck Indonesia

A new cyclone was barrelling toward Indonesia and threatened to spark more floods and landslides, authorities warned yesterday, as the archipelago reeled from a storm that killed more than 200 people, including victims in neighbouring East Timor.

India’s Covid-19 infections, deaths surge as migrants start to flee cities

India’s Covid-19 infections, deaths surge as migrants start to flee cities

India reported another record number of new Covid-19 infections yesterday and daily deaths hit their highest in more than five months, as it battles a second wave of infections and states complain of a persistent vaccine shortage.

Myanmar military refuses entry to UN special envoy

Myanmar military refuses entry to UN special envoy

Myanmar’s junta refused yesterday to let a UN envoy visit the country, despite mounting international efforts for a diplomatic solution to the post-coup crisis.

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