Honduran presidential candidate Xiomara Castro looked set to put the left back in power 12 years after her husband was ousted in a coup, even as the vote count for Sunday's election unexpectedly paused for hours on Monday ... .
In remarks from the White House on Monday, PresidentBiden emphasized the need for vaccine boosters as a new strain of COVID-19 makes its way to the United States... The president said any plans to face the current and any new COVID-19 threats will be met with a push for vaccines and boosters — not by “shutdowns and lockdowns.” ... U.S ... Dr ... The U.S ... .
Jussie Smollett “is a real victim” of a “real crime”, his lawyer said as the ex-Empire actor’s trial started on Monday. Nenye Uche rejected prosecutors’ allegation Smollett staged a homophobic and racist attack in Chicago after the television studio where he worked did not take hate mail he had received seriously ... AP/PA Images. / ... Enter email address ... .
The war of words between Britain and France over the Channel migrant crisis intensified last night as Paris described the UK's labour market as 'quasi-modern slavery'. It came as interior minister Gerald Darmanin ruled out joint Anglo-French coastal patrols in northern France – and proposed 'pushback' tactics to divert dinghies away from UK waters ... .
Sweden’s first female prime minister Magdalena Andersson has been reappointed as the head of the country’s government, less than a week after she resigned within hours of taking the job. Politicians narrowly elected her again on Monday. She will form a one-party, minority government and her cabinet is expected to be named on Tuesday ... .
Bitcoin gained pace and climbed above $58,000 against the US Dollar. However, BTC is still struggling to gain pace for a move towards the $60,000 level. Bitcoin started a fresh increase above the $57,000 and $58,000 levels. The price is now trading above $57,000 and the 100 hourly simple moving average ... Bitcoin Price is Consolidating Gains ... Source ... .
Scientists have called for better measurement and monitoring of retreating glaciers that are melting more rapidly due to a warming climate, warning the phenomenon threatens to cause disasters and create water shortages ...China, among the countries with the most glaciers, has not been immune from ice loss ... Wu, the researcher, said ...