At least 33 Palestinians have been killed and 50 injured in the deadliest airstrikes since the start of fighting between Israel and Hamas six days ago. Israel targeted the home of the Hamas leader Yehya al-Sinwar over the weekend and destroyed the building that housed the offices of Al-Jazeera and the Associated Press. At least 181 people in Gaza and 10 in Israel have been killed so far
Nine-year-old Eliza Tape took part in a trial of the controversial disability assessment scheme that has left her family worried
A nine-year-old girl who sometimes uses a wheelchair was described as not having mobility concerns in a report prepared for the National Disability Insurance Scheme trial of independent assessments.
Europe’s ageing societies must make it easier for young people to start a family
Party leader says new blueprint for power will not draw on those of either Jeremy Corbyn or Tony Blair
Keir Starmer has said Labour will have a completely new blueprint for power not based on previous manifestos, as he told activists he would spend the summer making extended visits to places the party must win.
Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer condemn ‘utterly disgusting’ footage of convoy in St John’s Wood
A police investigation has been launched after a video circulated on social media showing antisemitic chants being shouted from a convoy of cars in north London.
Politicians condemned the footage, which was posted on Twitter and showed the cars travelling through the St John’s Wood area of north London on Sunday afternoon. The cars were covered in Palestinian flags with a speaker blasting out antisemitic slurs and threats against Jews.
More than 1,200 vendors operating in the UK and worldwide, offering false documents for as little as £25
The number of identified cases of the B.1.617.2 variant in the UK has more than doubled in a week
Analysis: US president may find himself increasingly isolated in his resolute defence of Israel
In his staunch defence of Israel, Joe Biden is sticking to a course set decades ago as a young senator, and so far he has not given ground on the issue to the progressive wing of his party or many Jewish Democrats urging a tougher line towards Benjamin Netanyahu.
People in Faro are relieved and excited but do not expect a speedy recovery from impact of Covid
Tatiana stands by the counter of the souvenir shop where she works in downtown Faro, with little in the way of company besides the postcard racks, the shelves of trinkets and towels, and an all too familiar silence.
The health secretary told the BBC's Andrew Marr that the next stage of opening England up from lockdown would still go ahead this week despite concerns about the India variant.
'I'm confident that we can take the step tomorrow, but we should all be careful about how we take that step,' Hancock said.
He added that the government would announce a decision on whether to end all lockdown measures – currently planned for 21 June – on 14 June
Israeli attacks killed at least 42 people and toppled three buildings in Gaza. U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres called the violence "utterly appalling" and urged an end to the fighting.
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- Walensky and Fauci defend surprise public health move
- Robert Reich: Republican Covid lies follow foreign strongmen
This week’s surprise reversal of mask-wearing guidance for those vaccinated against Covid-19 was a “foundational first step” towards returning the US to normal, the head of the Centers for Diseas
Embattled Republican congressman compares allegations of sexual misconduct involving a minor to congressional earmarks
David and Goliath legal battle ensues as silent religious order seeks to protect the taste of its beer
For a decade the monks of Notre-Dame de Saint-Remy, in Rochefort, south Belgium – one of only 14 abbeys in the world producing Trappist beer – have been fighting with a quarry owner over the purity of the local spring water.
The monks have doggedly claimed that plans by Lhoist, an international company run by one of Belgium’s richest families, to deepen its chalk quarry and redirect the Tridaine spring risked altering the unique taste of their celebrated drink.
Wiener Holocaust Library in London has gathered testimonies and photographs of forced evacuations at end of second world war
First-hand accounts from survivors of Nazi death marches, which formed a last ruthless chapter of the genocide, are to go on display with testimonies translated into English for the first time.