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Cities and Countries: news and gossips

Latest news from Usa

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and an advisory panel for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say Americans aged 65 years and older, and those who have a high risk for severe disease should receive a third dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
Video: Vaccine in numbers: 113,385 more second jabs given in UK (PA Media)Johnson tells Macron to 'get a grip' over Aukus submarine dealGovernment preparing for gas prices to remain high for 'longer term', says ministerBoris Johnson admits set-back in securing a US trade dealAngela Rayner presses Dominic Raab over energy prices concernsM25 protesters could face prison after Government secures injunction - ShappsBrazil's health minister tests positive for Covid after meeting Boris JohnsonMan charged with Killamarsh quadruple murderExperts predict Canary Islands volcanic eruption could last three monthsBiden warns UK not to damage NI peace over BrexitDaily politics briefing: September 22Joe Biden issues warning over Northern Ireland

Latest news from Sri Lanka

COLOMBO (News 1st); The JVP has alleged that the controversial midnight deal for the Kerawalapitiya Power Plant grants permission for the US firm to switch ON / OFF electricity to Sri Lanka.JVP’s Vijitha Herath said that signing the deal compromised Sri Lanka’s National Security and should be seen as a measure taken by the state against its own people.He called on the government to immediately terminate the agreement and respect the rights of the people.On Wednesday (22) New Fortress Energy Inc.
COLOMBO (News 1st); Sri Lankan authorities have launched an investigations into an oil spill that was visible in the Diyawanna Oya since 17th September 2021.But the Central Environmental Authority says the oil is not spreading.Its deputy director general Ajith Weerasundra told News1st the oil spill seems to have been caused by intention.Those responsible have not been identified yet.The deputy director general said waste from housing schemes often pollute the lake.He added that the water quality in the Diyawanna Oya is poor.Meanwhile, Environment Minister Mahinda Amaraweera said authorities are yet to find the source for the oil spill and tests are being carried out.

Latest news from Canada

Regina boy is pleading for continued vigilance against COVID-19 after her grandson was admitted to hospital earlier this week.“My grandson’s five. He shouldn’t be getting his heart checked at five years old,” Kerry Bellegarde-Opoonechaw said Thursday.“It’s time to be careful now.
Elections Canada says it believes most of the 850,000 mail-in ballots not counted on Monday night have now been tallied, but there are still several close-run ridings that have yet to be determined.On Wednesday, the ridings of Fredericton, Edmonton Centre, Northwest Territories and Yukon were declared for the Liberals after the count wrapped up, along with the Toronto riding of Davenport, where Liberal Julie Dzerowicz beat NDP candidate Alejandra Bravo by 165 votes.Toronto’s Spadina-Fort York was declared for Kevin Vuong, who was on the ballot as a Liberal although he’d been disavowed by the party over a late campaign revelation that he’d been charged with sexual assault in 2019.

Latest news from Britain

Video: Vaccine in numbers: 113,385 more second jabs given in UK (PA Media)Johnson tells Macron to 'get a grip' over Aukus submarine dealGovernment preparing for gas prices to remain high for 'longer term', says ministerBoris Johnson admits set-back in securing a US trade dealAngela Rayner presses Dominic Raab over energy prices concernsM25 protesters could face prison after Government secures injunction - ShappsBrazil's health minister tests positive for Covid after meeting Boris JohnsonMan charged with Killamarsh quadruple murderExperts predict Canary Islands volcanic eruption could last three monthsBiden warns UK not to damage NI peace over BrexitDaily politics briefing: September 22Joe Biden issues warning over Northern Ireland
Kate Garraway, 54, stunned fans as she wore a midi skirt featuring two daring thigh-high splits today. The broadcaster seemed in good spirits as she beamed during her sunny outing in Central London.The Good Morning Britain star was seen wearing a black top embellished with gold buttons and a flowy midi skirt that boasted the eye-catching splits.She complemented the look with black heeled ankle boots and a turquoise jacket.Kate was pulling along a suitcase that matched her black and blue outfit, in new pictures obtained by the MailOnline.The TV personality seemed to be glowing with joy in the snaps after she recently announced her husband, Derek Draper, is now able to do "some exercises" with her.Kate documented Derek's battle with

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