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Four more small energy firms could go bust next week
Rising wholesale gas prices means some companies are unable to supply energy customers have paid for.
Afghanistan: Girls excluded as Afghan secondary schools reopen
"Everything looks very dark," a schoolgirl tells the BBC as schools reopen for boys but not girls.
Holiday bookings surge after travel rules change
Travel agents report a rise in bookings after the amber list is scrapped and testing rules are eased.
Girl, 2, dies after falling from pony at Bedale Hunt meet
Bedale Hunt in North Yorkshire confirms the young girl died in a "tragic accident".
Strictly champ Oti Mabuse goes for hat-trick with rugby star Ugo Monye
Oti Mabuse and Ugo Monye's rivals include the show's first all-male pair - John Whaite and Johannes Radebe.
Pembrokeshire hotel slated for £200 fee to deter instagrammers
Owner of the Druidstone Hotel says the clifftop bar was overrun by tourists wanting to see the sunset.
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Aukus: France's ambassador recall is 'tip of the iceberg', say analysts
French foreign minister makes no attempt to hide anger as former UK ambassador says announcement 'puts a big rift in Nato alliance'France's historic decision to recall its ambassadors to the US and Australia is far more than a diplomatic spat, analysts have warned.The move, in protest at Canberra's surprise decision to cancel an order for French-built submarines and its security pact with Washington and London, will affect France and Europe's role in Nato and already strained relations with the UK. Continue reading...
Mark Milley, US general who stood up to Trump, founders over Kabul strike
Civilian deaths in US drone strike deal blow to credibility of chairman of the joint chiefs of staff when he needs it mostThree days after a US drone obliterated a car in a Kabul street, General Mark Milley, shrugged off reports of civilian casualties, insisting it was a "righteous strike".On Friday that word came back to haunt America's top general when the Pentagon was forced to admit that all 10 dead had been civilians, seven of them children. The drone had hit the wrong white Toyota Corolla. Continue reading...
Three killed in explosions in Jalalabad, eastern Afghanistan
Initial reports suggest a Taliban convoy may have been targeted in the ISKP's stronghold regionAt least three people have been killed and more than 18 people injured in three explosions in Jalalabad in Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar province.It is reported that the intended target may have been a passing convoy of the Taliban in the provincial capital. It is the first attack in the province since the Taliban came into power in mid-August. Continue reading...
Will she run for president? Duterte's daughter keeps the Philippines guessing
Sara Duterte ahead in the polls despite refusing to commit to presidential raceIt was a decade ago, before her father had become Philippine president, that Sara Duterte attracted national attention. A local sheriff had ignored orders issued by her, the mayor of Davao City, to delay the demolition of a shantytown. She arrived at the scene furious and punched him, not once, but four times in the head, in front of reporters.Duterte, 43, a motorbike lover and tough talker, has a combative image that echoes that of her 76-year-old father, the populist president Rodrigo Duterte. It is widely believed that, as he nears the end of his six-year term limit, she will follow in his footsteps to Manila's MalacaƱang Palace. Continue reading...
Facebook slams Wall Street Journal reports as 'deliberate mischaracterisations'
The company's vice-president of global affairs said the paper had not presented the whole picture on the 'difficult issues'Nick Clegg, Facebook's vice-president of global affairs, has slammed the Wall Street Journal for reporting that the social media giant was aware of negative impacts of some of its products. Related: Teenage girls, body image and Instagram's 'perfect storm' Continue reading...
Islamic State affiliate leader killed in raid, says Indonesian military
Central Sulawesi province's military chief says Ali Kalora of East Indonesia Mujahideen shot during gun battle with security forcesIndonesia's most wanted militant with ties to the Islamic State (IS) group has been killed in a gun battle with security forces, the military said, in a victory for the counter-terrorism campaign against extremists in the jungles of Sulawesi island.Ali Kalora was one of two militants killed in the shootout, according to Central Sulawesi province's military chief, Brig Gen Farid Makruf. He identified the other suspected extremist as Jaka Ramadan. Continue reading...
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Atlanta residents like Mona Scott are struggling to cope with the heat. 'We come outside at night to sleep because it's too hot inside,' she says.
On a warm September afternoon, Mona Scott sat on the front porch while her home baked like an oven. As she ran a frozen water bottle across her forehead and arms, Scott told CNN her air conditioning broke 10 days earlier and had not yet been fixed.
Opinion: Extreme weather keeps knocking out America's power. Here's what we must do
The image of a collapsed electrical tower and power lines that Hurricane Ida tossed into the Mississippi River illustrated a fundamental challenge facing the nation: Our power systems weren't built to withstand extreme weather events. Without major investments to reinforce, modernize and clean our grid, the question will not be whether it fails, but when.
Climate change could wipe out iconic California landmarks
Almost everything about a sequoia tree is giant, yet the iconic tree's footprint is shrinking. As CNN's Stephanie Elam reports, human-induced climate change threatens this ancient tree's survival.
The planet is on a 'catastrophic' global warming path, UN report shows
The planet is careening toward warming of 2.7 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels -- far above what scientists say the world should be targeting -- according to a report on global emissions targets by the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Climate scientist makes dire prediction about monster storms
Michael Mann, a lead author of the UN Climate Change report, explains the science that directly connects rising temperatures to the increased frequency and severity of major storms.
High temperatures, wildfire smoke and drought: The politics of climate change in one California congressional district
The changing climate is everywhere Gustavo Carranza looks when he walks through his undulating citrus farm here in this tiny town in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada.
The Washington Post (www.washingtonpost.com)
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