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Mariupol hospital strike on Wednesday killed three, says city council
An airstrike on a hospital in Mariupol yesterday killed three people, including a child, the city council said today.
The attack wounded 17 people in the besieged port city, including women waiting to give birth, doctors and children.
Bombs also fell on two other hospitals yesterday.
The World Health Organization said that since the invasion started two weeks ago it had confirmed 18 attacks on medical facilities.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla tests positive for Covid-19 after 4 jabs
Albert Bourla, CEO of drugmaker Pfizer, has tested positive for Covid-19 and has "very mild symptoms," he said in a tweet on Monday.
‘Something worse’ than recession coming – JPMorgan
The boss of Wall Street banking giant JPMorgan Chase, Jamie Dimon, has warned investors of the likelihood of a downturn in the US economy, saying that “something worse” than a h...
Sir Keir Starmer insists Labour's 'radical' energy plan is 'real answer' to cost of living crisis
The Labour leader says his party's package of support is aimed at households who will "struggle to pay their bills during this winter" - as the PM's spokesperson says no further...
Modi pledges to turn India into a developed country
Standing in front of the historic Red Fort in Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday pledged to transform India into a developed country in the next 25 years.
Nationwide offers 11,000 workers a £1,200 bonus to help with bills
The building society has joined a host of companies racing to offer one-off bonuses and pay rises to stave off worker rebellions and retain talent amid a shortage of staff in th...
Rethinking global cyber order at the Global Cybersecurity Forum
The Global Cybersecurity Forum (GCF), a leading platform driving the global cybersecurity agenda founded and hosted by the Saudi National Cybersecurity Authority (NCA), announce...
Credit Starmer for having an energy crisis plan - but it's a questionable short-term fix
But nevertheless, there are big holes in Labour's plan to tackle the crushing cost of living crisis facing the UK.
Australia's ex-PM 'secretly held ministry portfolios'
Australian PM Anthony Albanese says he will investigate reports that his predecessor, Scott Morrison, secretly assumed three roles in the ministry.
Cost of living: Who is proposing what to tackle soaring energy bills faced by struggling households?
Pressure is mounting on the two Conservative candidates for prime minister to put forward detailed proposals as political opponents and some of the UK's biggest power companies ...
Rustic Asian Home With A Traditional Essence
On a peaceful plain by the foothills of Annamese Cordillera, central Vietnam, Hue people hold the role of family in high regard, placing family connections above all else.
Which areas in England are worst affected by the housing crisis? And what's pushing up prices?
House building has not kept up with population growth in almost half of the local authorities in England, Sky News analysis has found.
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