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'22 killed' in Gaza Strip air strikes after Hamas fires rockets towards Jerusalem
Palestinian militants launched rockets from Gaza and Israel unleashed new air strikes against them in the early hours of Tuesday.
COVID-19: Indoor pints and hugs with family - Boris Johnson confirms new lockdown easing in England from 17 May
People in England will be able to enjoy a pint or a meal indoors, hug their loved ones and return to cinemas - but not dance at weddings - in a week's time as Boris Johnson confirmed the latest easing of England's COVID lockdown.
Royal Mail to trial drones to deliver items from mainland UK to Isles of Scilly
Royal Mail will trial the use of drones to deliver health and safety equipment, COVID-19 testing kits and other items to the Isles of Scilly.
Queen's Speech: What to expect as Boris Johnson sets out agenda for COVID recovery
The government will set out its legislative agenda for the new parliamentary session in the Queen's Speech today.
Elon Musk reveals he has Asperger's as he hosts Saturday Night Live
Elon Musk has revealed he has Asperger syndrome, as he hosted the US TV comedy show Saturday Night Live.
Josh fight: Crowds show up in US park for pool noodle battle to win rightful ownership of their name
Hundreds of people turned up to a US park for a heated pool noodle brawl to find out who is the rightful owner of the name Josh.
No storm in a teacup as research finds climate change threatens future of the British cuppa
Climate change could be about to impact a British institution - by changing the taste of a cup of tea, research has warned.
Situation in Jerusalem has all the worrying elements of a third intifada
There is a tension in Jerusalem of a kind not felt for five years.
Climate change: Area of forests the size of France has regrown worldwide since 2000
An area of forests larger than France has regrown around the world since 2000, new data suggests.
COVID-19: Meghan says women 'disproportionally affected' by pandemic in first TV appearance since Oprah interview
The Duchess of Sussex has appeared on TV for the first time since her and Prince Harry's tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Pound has best day since January after weekend election results
The pound has climbed to its highest level since February against the dollar after election results over the weekend.
Brit Awards 2021: Eight things to look out for as show returns as one of UK's first mass live music events
After a year of live music shutdowns during the pandemic, the Brits is back as one of the first mass events being held in the UK.
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