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Killamarsh deaths: Family's tribute to children found dead at house

The family of two children, who were found dead along with their mother and another child at a house in Derbyshire, have paid tribute to them. Jason Bennett said he was heartbroken at the loss of daughter Lacey, 11, and son John Paul, 13, as he laid flowers at Chandos Crescent, Killamarsh.
PUBLIC SAFETY
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Rich nations must increase climate support funds, says Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson has renewed his call for richer countries to increase financial support to poorer ones fighting the effects of climate change. Speaking at a UN gathering in New York, the UK PM said he was "increasingly frustrated" at support offered to countries hit hard by global warming. He added...
ENVIRONMENT
BBC

Increase climate change commitments, Boris Johnson to urge Joe Biden

Boris Johnson is expected to urge US President Joe Biden to increase his country's climate commitments in a meeting at the White House. On Monday, the PM had said he was "frustrated" that richer countries were failing to financially support poorer ones fighting climate change. The two men are also...
ENVIRONMENT
New York Post

Climber Johanna Farber furious after broadcast ‘sexualizes’ competition

The camera crew apparently lost focus. A closeup of competitor Johanna Farber’s buttocks was focused on during the broadcast of the Climbing World Championships in Moscow, according to multiple reports. The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC), the sport’s governing body, issued an apology to Farber on Sunday. “The International...
SPORTS
dnyuz.com

Close-up Footage of Climber’s Butt Prompts Apology From Sporting Body

Organizers have apologised after inappropriate close-up footage was taken of an Austrian athlete’s bottom while she competed at a World Championship climbing event over the weekend. It is the second time this year that Johanna Färber has found herself subject to inappropriate TV coverage of her competitions after describing a...
SPORTS
Observer

Thousands of Women Report Period Delays After COVID-19 Vaccination, Calling for More Research

COVID-19 vaccines seem to be responsible for delayed or heavier-than-usual periods for thousands of women. In the U.K. more than 30,000 women said their menstrual cycles were somewhat disrupted after getting a COVID-19 vaccine, Sky News reported last week. The changes were reported by recipients of all three available vaccines in the country: Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca.
WOMEN'S HEALTH
cumnockchronicle.com

PM rebukes world leaders over their efforts to tackle the climate crisis

Boris Johnson has told world leaders he is growing “increasingly frustrated” that their commitments to tackle the climate crisis are “nowhere near enough”. The Prime Minister warned during a meeting at the United Nations in New York that the gap between what industrialised nations have promised and what they are actually delivering remains “vast”.
ENVIRONMENT
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England cricket matches in Pakistan called off following security concerns

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has cancelled a warm-up tour in Pakistan for England's men's and women's teams following last week's security concerns expressed by New Zealand. The teams were each scheduled to play two T20 international matches on 13 and 14 October in Rawalpindi, with the women's...
WORLD

Splash Down! The SpaceX Inspiration4 Dragon Capsule Returns to Earth Safely

After spending three days in orbit, the four civilian astronauts on SpaceX’s Inspiration4 mission touched down on Earth safely last Saturday, September 18. The crew’s main mission was to raise money and awareness for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in addition to running various health tests onboard. However, upon landing back on Earth, the Inspiration4 crew’s mission went above and beyond the mission’s initial objectives.
AEROSPACE & DEFENSE
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