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Terrifying footage shows moment 300ft sandstorm engulfs Chinese city in apocalyptic scenes
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Alaska on Tsunami warning after massive 8.2 magnitude earthquake strikes off US coast
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Anti-vaccine passport protesters march in London standing against Covid-19 government mandates
Thousands of protesters gathered in central London on Saturday to protest government COVID-19 mandates.
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COVID-19: UK records 23,511 new cases
The UK has recorded 23,511 new COVID-19 cases and 131 more deaths in the latest 24-hour period, according to government data. It is the seventh day in a row that the number of infections has fallen.
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Covid cases fall for sixth day in a row in UK as Euros are over and schools shut | ITV News
Covid-19 cases have fallen for the sixth consecutive day. A further 24,950 people have tested positive in the last 24-hour reporting period, down 14% from Sunday's figure.
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London flash floods– Cars & DLR station underwater as flood chaos hit capital in severe UK weather
A DLR station was left underwater as flash floods hit London. The capital was battered by thunderstorms on Sunday afternoon, with disruption to transport around the city.
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London floods as Met Office issue amber warning
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Prince Charles Giggles as Boris Johnson Battles Umbrella
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Covid-19 UK cases fall for six days yet PM warns Brits not to draw 'premature conclusions'
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The Duchess of Cambridge: Queen of Photography
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Huge sandstorm engulfs city in China
A heavy sandstorm has engulfed Dunhang in northwest China, leaving the city covered in dust.
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Boris Johnson struggles with umbrella at police memorial unveiling
Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Home Secretary Priti Patel and Prince Charles attended the unveiling of a memorial to honour police officers who died whilst on duty.
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COVID-19: Data shows infections rise to 1 in 65 people for England
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Severe flooding sweeps cars away in Belgium
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UK Govt 'increasingly confident' more countries will move to Covid-19 amber & green travel lists
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Storm Evert ruins UK holidays as 69mph winds OBLITERATES tents & dumps three weeks’ rain
STORM Evert has OBLITERATED campsites across the country - with owners now telling holidaymakers to “pack up and go home”.
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Covid-19 UK govt: Companies forcing employees to get vaccinated is a 'good idea'
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Cyclist jailed for colliding with 72-year-old pedestrian who later died
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London’s new £2m Marble Arch Mound attraction compared to slag heap after disastrous opening
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Belgium floods - Torrent of floodwater washes away cars
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Lake Como flooding - Flash floods & landslides hit northern Italy
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The Royal Family and The Olympics
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Boris Johnson struggles with umbrella at police memorial
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COVID-19: Businesses call for an end to the 'pingdemic'
The number of people told to self-isolate by the NHS covid app has reached another record high.
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Two London hospitals hit by flooding declare 'major incidents'
Hospitals, train stations, and roads flood as the extreme rain caused rivers and waterways to burst their banks around London.
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Turkey wildfires kill several as blaze rages across southern resort towns
At least three people were found dead in a forest fire in southern Turkey as authorities battled multiple blazes along its coasts for a second day amid suspicions of arson.
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Grant Shapps: You won't legally need two jabs to return to the office
The Government will not pass legislation forcing people to be fully vaccinated before returning to work, Grant Shapps has said.
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Loch Lomond: Man tells of desperate attempts to save his family who died
Waris Ali has told Sky News of his desperate attempts to save his wife, their nine-year-old son and a family friend who died in Loch Lomond at the weekend.
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Turkey wildfires: Several dead and many injured as blaze rages across south of country
Wildfires have ravaged communities across southern Turkey and threatened the popular resort city of Antalya.
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Tokyo Olympics 2020 - View of Ariake Gymnastics Centre Gymnastics women's team final
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