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Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng to set out debt plan earlier than planned
The chancellor has been under pressure to say how he will pay for major tax cuts package.
Chancellor attempts to put tax U-turn behind him
The chancellor says he wants to focus on delivering growth, after admitting it's been a "tough day".
Millions will receive £324 cost-of-living payment in November
Those on means-tested benefits will get the money between 8 and 23 November, the government says.
Danish Royal Family: Queen 'sorry' after stripping grandchildren's titles
But she did not reverse the decision to remove titles from four of her grandchildren.
Ros Atkins on... why protests are happening in Iran
Demonstrations are happening across the country following the death of a woman detained by morality police.
Olivia Pratt-Korbel: Man in court accused of schoolgirl's murder
Olivia's parents were in court to see Thomas Cashman, 34, charged with murdering the nine-year-old.
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Cop27 host Egypt warns UK not to backtrack from climate agenda
Unusual diplomatic intervention prompted by fears over Liz Truss's commitment to net zeroThe Egyptian government, host of the next UN climate summit, has warned the UK against "backtracking from the global climate agenda", in a significant intervention prompted by fears over Liz Truss's commitment to net zero.The warning before the Cop27 conference, which will take place in just over a month in Sharm el-Sheikh, to the host of Cop26, which took place in Glasgow last November, is highly unusual in diplomatic terms. The hosts of successive Cops are responsible for a smooth handover of the talks. Continue reading...
Burkina Faso coup fuels fears of growing Russian mercenary presence in Sahel
North Africa analysts believe new leader Ibrahim Traoré may seek help from Moscow in fight against Islamic extremistsRussian mercenaries may be poised for further expansion in Africa's strategically important Sahel region after the latest coup d'etat in the region, western officials and analysts fear.Ibrahim Traoré, a 34-year-old army captain, took power in Burkina Faso on Friday, overthrowing Lt Col Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba, whom he accused of failing to effectively counter rising violence by Islamic extremists in the unstable and poverty-stricken country. Continue reading...
Young people demand climate justice in run-up to Cop27 UN talks
Activists from global south demand recompense for damage from countries most responsible for crisisYoung people from some of the countries most affected by climate breakdown have warned they are not victims but a force to be reckoned with in the run-up to a UN climate conference in Egypt.Led by climate groups across Africa and the Middle East, hundreds of activists from countries that are the least responsible for the crisis but are experiencing the worst impacts have gathered in Tunisia to prepare for what they say will be a collective fight for justice for their countries and communities, which they will take to Cop27 next month. Continue reading...
Sudan campaigners demand action after alarming rise in 'honour killings'
Reported deaths more than double in a year, with women attacked by male relatives for appearing to talk to men on smartphonesCampaigners are calling for urgent action to tackle what they say is a rise in "honour killings" in Sudan.Eleven women and girls have reportedly been killed by relatives so far this year, more than double the number reported in 2021. Two women have died in the past month. Continue reading...
Protesters attack French embassy in Burkina Faso over allegedly harbouring ousted president
West African bloc denounced the country's second military coup in nine months, saying it was 'inappropriate'Angry protesters have attacked the French embassy in Burkina Faso's capital after supporters of the west African nation's new coup leader accused France of harbouring the ousted interim president, a charge French authorities vehemently denied.Lt Col Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba was overthrown late on Friday less than nine months after he mounted a coup in Burkina Faso, which has been failing to effectively counter rising violence by Islamic extremists. Continue reading...
Prince Harry wildlife NGO under fire after elephants kill three in Malawi
African Parks, of which the prince is president, is one of three parties accused of rushing a mass translocation of the mammals
Two wildlife organisations, including one headed by Prince Harry, have been accused of caring about animals more than people after three men died following an elephant translocation in Malawi.In July, more than 250 elephants were moved from Liwonde national park in southern Malawi to the country's second-largest protected area, Kasungu, in a three-way operation between Malawi's national park service and the NGOs African Parks and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (Ifaw). Continue reading...
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Pope Francis begs Putin for an immediate ceasefire to 'absurd' war
• Russian forces retreat from strategic city. Pressure appears to be growing on Putin to use nuclear weapons
Russian forces retreat from strategic Donetsk city a day after Moscow's annexation of the region
Ukrainian forces are encircling Russian troops in Russian-occupied Lyman, in the Kramatorsk district of Donetsk, despite Moscow's annexation of the region that's been declared illegal by the West.
Opinion: The most likely nuclear scenario
With his forces retreating in Ukraine, international allies expressing concern and citizens at home fleeing partial mobilization, Russian President Vladimir Putin has reached for the threat of nuclear weapons -- and revived Western fears of atomic apocalypse.
How reporting in Ukraine and around the world has left a mark on CNN's Erin Burnett
Oleksandr Urazov and his family escaped war-torn Ukraine, thanks to his childhood friend, Alex Velychko, who now lives in New York.
What retired colonel says could be a 'game changer'
Retired Air Force Col. Cedric Leighton explains the significance of Russian forces retreating from Lyman, a strategic city for its operations in the east.
The Washington Post (www.washingtonpost.com)
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