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NEWS POLITICS | 
EU Co-funds Project To Build Gender Equality Into Urban Planning
Cities that are involved in the initiative are working on an action plan to reinvent urban planning, promoting the safety of women.
NEWS POLITICS | 
Canada Election: Trudeau Wins Third Term
Critics say the poll was a waste of time.
NEWS POLITICS | 
Why a Robust VR Casino is Likely Inevitable
The virtual reality space experiencing something of a boom in popularity.
CELEBS ENTERTAINMENT | 
Emmy Awards 2021: Big Wins And Emotional Tributes
Brits triumph despite “lack of diversity”.
NEWS POLITICS | 
Fraser Island Restored to Aboriginal Name K’Gari
Return to paradise.
NEWS POLITICS | 
This Year’s Ozone Layer Hole Bigger Than Antarctica
Scientists say it is unusually large for this state in season.
NEWS POLITICS | 
Strictly Star Rose Ayling-Ellis Is The Show’s First Deaf Contestant
The actress hopes to challenge misconceptions towards deaf people.
NEWS POLITICS | 
McKayla Maroney Says FBI Made ‘Entirely False Claims’ About What She Said
It shouldn't have come down to this.
FASHION | 
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Statement Dress at the Met Gala
“Tax the Rich”
NEWS POLITICS | 
Sexual Abuse Investigation Against Prince Andrew Put On Hold Because 'Papers Weren’t Served Properly'
Prince Andrew’s layers say sex abuse charges are ‘baseless’
NEWS POLITICS | 
Afghan Women Protest Against the Taliban Via Social Media
#DoNotTouchMyClothes
NEWS POLITICS | 
Frequency of Days Over 50°C Doubled Since 1980
More than 1.2 billion people may experience thermal discomfort by 2100 due to climate change.
NEWS POLITICS | 
Emma Raducanu Takes Tennis World By Storm
The young player has made history following US Open win.
NEWS POLITICS | 
Biden Administration Sues Texas Over Abortion Law
The Texas abortion law was deemed ‘clearly unconstitutional’.
NEWS POLITICS | 
Taliban Bans Protests That Do Not Have Their Approval
Protestors have defied Taliban pressure to stay at home.
NEWS POLITICS | 
Mexico City Will Replace a Statue of Christopher Columbus With One of an Indigenous Woman
Civilizations existed in the Americas long before Columbus arrived.
NEWS POLITICS | 
Justin Trudeau Hit By Gravel During Canadian Election Campaign
Trudeau vowed not to surrender to ‘anti-vaxxer mobs’.
NEWS POLITICS | 
The Taliban Consolidate Power Using Social Media
How the Taliban are using modern platforms to change their perception.
YOUR LIFE | 
Here’s How You Can Help The Afghanistan Relief Effort
Support Afghan refugees fleeing the Taliban by donating, volunteering and petitioning.
NEWS POLITICS | 
Girls Aloud Star Sarah Harding Passes Away Aged 39
Speaking to all females – ensure that you monitor your breast health.
NEWS POLITICS | 
More Than 200 Medical Journals Call For Immediate Action To Combat Climate Change
Editors of medical journals warn that governments must take action now.
MUSIC | 
Mirror, The Hong Kong Boy Band Bringing Hope
The group has offered the city a sense of unity after years of political tension.
NEWS POLITICS | 
Texas Abortion Law: Supreme Court Votes Against Blocking It
The most extreme legal enforcement that pro-choice groups have seen in half a century.
NEWS POLITICS | 
Universal Studios Is Opening Its First Theme Park In China
Universal Studios Beijing Resort is opening.
NEWS POLITICS | 
Syrian Oil Spill Spreads Along Coast
It’s spreading across the Mediterranean and may reach Cyprus by Wednesday.
NEWS POLITICS | 
South Africa Detects New Coronavirus Variant
Its mutations are still being studied.
FILM TV | 
Watch: First Look at Kristen Stewart in Pablo Larraín's 'Spencer'
The film finds Diana at a turning point in her marriage during a difficult Christmas in the early 90s.