It turns out most renters and homeowners haven't fallen so delinquent on their housing payments.
New Delhi [India], June 13 (ANI): Delhi's Kalkaji Temple Peethadhiswar Mahant Surendra Nath Avdhoot on Sunday slammed the Delhi government for allowing temples to open without devotees and termed the move "pointless".
Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], June 13 (ANI): In a bid to encourage more people to get vaccinated, Sri Jain Shwetamber Terapanthi Sabha of Secunderabad gave roses to all those who received their Covid-19 vaccine dose at their vaccination drive on Sunday.
Turkey's military hit targets in the northern Syrian town of Tel Rifat in response to artillery attacks that killed 14 people and wounded several others in nearby Afrin, state-run Anadolu agency said on Sunday. Ankara blamed Saturday's attacks, including on a hospital, on the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia. The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the U.S.-backed militia force spearheaded by the Kurdish YPG, has said it was not responsible.
One woman was killed and her sister is in critical condition in a Columbia hospital, police said.
Three officers were injured including one who was bitten.
Boris Johnson promised to defend the territorial integrity of the UK as Dominic Raab hit out at ‘offensive’ remarks from EU leaders.
Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], June 13 (ANI): Union Minister of State for Home Affairs G Kishan Reddy met Jammu and Kashmir's Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha at Raj Bhavan on Sunday.
The Group of Seven leaders on Sunday pledged to work together to tackle carbon leakage, weeks before the European Union is due to propose a world-first plan to impose CO2 emission costs on imports of certain polluting goods. As large emitters such as the EU wrestle with how to meet targets to cut CO2 emissions drastically and quickly, concerns are rising about so-called carbon leakage - the risk that tough climate policies could cause companies to relocate to regions where they can continue to pollute cheaply. "We ... acknowledge the risk of carbon leakage, and will work collaboratively to address this risk and to align our trading practices with our commitments under the Paris agreement," G7 leaders said on Sunday in a joint communique.
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"She was sad when they couldn't work things out years ago."
‘The problem will come back to haunt the richest countries, because we will have contagions spreading’
Denmark manager and team medic both say the game should have been called off after collapse
US president reasserts that sit-down meeting best course with Russia’s leader
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Witnesses said the person fell around kick-off time and has been taken to a major trauma centre in London. A spokesperson from the London Ambulance Service said: “During the Euro 2020 game at Wembley Stadium this afternoon a person was treated by medical teams at the ground before being taken by London Ambulance Service to a major trauma centre as a priority.”
The Latest on the Group of Seven nations meeting being held in England: NEWQUAY, England -- President Joe Biden says helping the world battle the COVID-19 pandemic will be a “constant project for a long time.” Biden spoke Sunday of a “clear consensus” among the other leaders attending the Group of Seven summit that commitments they made to donate vaccines wouldn’t be the end. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the summit host, announced on Sunday that G-7 leaders had pledged over 1 billion va
Boris Johnson outlined the G7 leaders' commitment to tackling climate change, saying that they must 'take the lead.' Measures put forward included supporting smaller economies financially so that they may move away from coal.
COVID-19 variants could lead to a fall surge in U.S. cases after months of decline, if more people don't get vaccinated. Latest COVID-19 news.
French president Emmanuel Macron has said that Boris Johnson was “well aware” of the controls he signed up to in his Northern Ireland Protocol and must now implement them “seriously, calmly and professionally”. Mr Macron took a swipe at the prime minister as the G7 summit came to a conclusion in Cornwall, saying that it was not for the EU to sort out the “incoherences” of the Brexit deal which Mr Johnson demanded. Mr Macron was part of a united front at Carbis Bay against Mr Johnson’s demand for concessions on the deal he signed in 2019, under which exports of chilled meats - including sausages - from the British mainland to Northern Ireland are to be banned from the end of June.
Boris Johnson has rejected claims of "moral failure" by the G7 in providing more COVID vaccines for poorer nations - as he dismissed suggestions a Brexit row had overshadowed the world leaders' Cornwall summit. The prime minister described the pledge as one of the "triumphs" of the G7 summit. Former prime minister Gordon Brown told Sky News the G7 summit will go down as a "missed opportunity" as he accused leaders of "unforgivable moral failure" over providing vaccines to the rest of the world.