French anti-riot police fired teargas on Saturday as clashes erupted during protests in central Paris against COVID-19 restrictions and a vaccination campaign.
- by Patrick Hermansen
Poundbury has attracted scathing reviews from the moment construction began but something big is happening here recently.
- by Bevan Shields
“It isn’t rocket science: if you’re asking people to do something that’s difficult for them, guess what -- they’re not going to do it,” said one specialist in health data.
- by Emily Ashton
After rubbing mud on herself, Ohlen presented a news package at the scene of floods under the heading “RTL presenter Susanna Ohlen lends a hand in Bad Münstereifel”.
- by Daniel Wighton
An Oxford University study finds the mRNA vaccine proves most effective with eight to 10 week wait between two doses - but antibodies drop after first jab.
- by Janice Kew
Italy is essentially betting that it can revive its slowing vaccination campaign - and avoid future, onerous restrictions - by creating heavy incentives for inoculation.
- by Chico Harlan
The Ukrainian government, however, strongly deplored the agreement on the pipeline which it sees as a political weapon to be used by Russia.
- by Geir Moulson
“I could feel that this plan revealed a lack of respect for common sense and an arrogant attitude towards science,” one of Beijing’s top health officials said.
- by Latika Bourke
Johnny Rotten, former Sex Pistols frontman, said he refused to allow God Save the Queen to be included in the Netflix drama because the scripted version of history “never happened”.
- by Anita Singh
An 11-year Oxford study of 82,000 people over 60 found links between dementia and the inability to detect speech in a crowded setting.
- by Joe Pinkstone
Could waiting in line and isolating for swab tests be replaced some day soon by simply breathing into a machine for fast results?
- by Emily Anthes