At least 47 activists are accused of organising and participating in an unofficial primary poll in 2020 to select the strongest candidates for a legislative council election that authorities say was part of a plan to “overthrow” the government.
The research, which was published in the Lancet medical journal and involved hundreds of patients in the Chinese city of Wuhan, is among the few to trace the long-term symptoms of Covid-19 infection.
The Department for Work and Pensions said the Job Entry Targeted Support (JETS) scheme will help those left jobless due to the Covid-19 pandemic to get back into work.
Europe, with more than 15 million coronavirus infections, is struggling to balance restrictions to halt Covid-19 against the need to revive economies as people there emerge from some of the world's toughest lockdowns.
Video footage circulating social media platforms shows a London police officer kneeling on the head and neck of a Black man who was subsequently charged with carrying a knife.
Knives are the most common murder weapon in the UK, where guns are tightly restricted. About 40 percent of murder victims were stabbed to death last year, while only 4 percent were shot.
Nigeria marks Democracy Day on Monday but Muhammadu Buhari is on medical leave in London for the third time in less than two years, raising concerns as to whether the 74-year-old president will be able to continue as the head of state.
London police arrest two suspected DHKP-C militants on terrorism charges
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