The Mediterranean country previously lifted restrictions for Israelis who had been vaccinated and promised to cancel obligatory quarantines for many other nations over the course of April.
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Good morning, Quartz readers!Here’s what you need to knowDelhi is back in lockdown. Almost all commercial establishments and public places, except essential services, are shut until until April 26. The Indian rupee fell, and UK prime minister...
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The 62,000-square-foot mansion at 2-8A Rutland Gate overlooks London's Hyde Park.
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A Hong Kong billionaire dropped $276 million on London's most expensive home in January 2020.
Now, he plans to spend millions...
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The buy now, pay later model, popularized by companies like Klarn and Affirm has been one of the big e-commerce winners in the last year, giving consumers who might be stretched financially another option to pay for things when they buy them online....
The UK's new foreign policy review dubbed Russia the "most acute threat" to Britain's security in the Euro-Atlantic region. Russia has, in turn, repeatedly rejected allegations of meddling in the internal affairs of other countries, stressing that...
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Photographers focus on Meghan Markle during an event in London in March 2018, when she was the fiancee of Prince Harry.
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The favorability of the Duchess of Sussex is seen through a political lens in the US.
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This was announced last month, but I'm afraid I somehow missed that at the time. Here's the story from Ron Collins' First Amendment News:
Ronald London, a highly skilled and savvy First Amendment lawyer with years of experience, has left Davis...
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London (AFP) – Plans for six leading English clubs to join a breakaway European Super League were met by a furious reaction by the Premier League, Football Association and UK government on Sunday.
According to reports, Manchester United,...
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Kiev has been massing troops, armour, and artillery on the contact line with the self-declared, majority Russian-speaking Donetsk and Lugansk people's republics, which broke away following a 2014 coup that also saw the Crimea vote to reunite with...
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Labour told Boris Johnson to cancel his planned trip to India next month.
It comes amid a massive surge in COVID-19 cases there.
"I'd much rather the prime minister did it by Zoom rather than traveling to India," said...
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Warships from the UK Royal Navy will sail for the Black Sea in May in solidarity with Kiev amid an escalation in the Ukraine crisis, The Sunday Times reports.
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On Saturday, Czech police had reportedly put Petrov and Boshirov on their wanted list. The two men were accused by the UK government of being behind the poisoning of former Russian military intel officer Sergei Skripal in Salisbury in 2018.
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Jihad Watch has kept an eye on the illegal Muslim migration that continues in the UK, during a coronavirus lockdown to boot, with many of them infected with Covid. See HERE. There have also been complaints among them that the accommodation at a...
Newcastle (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Newcastle moved closer to Premier League survival after Joe Willock’s late goal capped a thrilling 3-2 win against 10-man West Ham that dented the visitors’ bid for a top four finish in the...
A government-issued report in the UK found no evidence of systemic racism in the country.
A government clearing itself of any wrong-doing is a mockery to the real, institutional problems at hand.
Mohammad Zaheer is a journalist and political...
We are in the middle of an economic crisis and consumers are hit with astronomical costs for unreliable wind energy. These multi-billion subsidies are not only a massive transfer of wealth from the poor to the rich, but are damaging the UK economy...
Britain's interior ministry said Friday it had approved the extradition of fugitive Indian jeweler Nirav Modi to his homeland, where he is accused of defrauding one of the largest banks of $1.8 billion.Modi, dubbed a jeweler to the stars thanks to...
The ill-fated container vessel made headlines in March after it effectively blocked one of the busiest shipping routes in the world. Despite eventually being refloated, the ship caused a stir in the global economy, sometimes in quite unexpected ways.
1. Are the UFOs foreign drones launched from submarines in the Atlantic? As always, please note that a link is not an endorsement.
2. How Swiss is your watch? (NYT)
3. Paul Graham on how people get rich now.
4. Germany stops recognizing special UK...
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“Brazil’s Supreme Court has annulled all previous convictions against the former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, clearing the path for the leftist to run for office next year,” the Times of London reports.
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