Ahead of the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, developing countries want rich nations to take historical responsibility for climate change, as the poorest are piling up debt to face its consequences.
Environment and climate ministers from the US, India and China will be among those taking part in the closed-door meeting, which will be the first face-to-face ministerial meeting of its kind in more than 18 months.
Scottish National Party hopes a second day of vote-counting will bring it a slim majority in the devolved parliament while Prime Minister Boris Johnson decries its plan for an independence referendum.
The novel’s sweep, vivid characters and unflinching look at poverty have been compared to the work of Charles Dickens.
Police in Scotland identified the suspect who was shot dead by officers during a knife attack in the city of Glasgow as Badreddin Abadlla Adam, 28, from Sudan.
Six men are being treated in hospital, including a 42-year-old police officer in a critical but stable condition, after a stabbing incident in the port city of Glasgow that resulted in a man being shot dead by police.
The movement's protests blocked routes in different cities of the UK bringing boats with the slogan "Act Now" to raise awareness on climate change.
“Bagpipes are our roaming ambassadors. This is good not only for the economy, but for the image-building of Pakistan,” says a businessman in Sialkot, a city in central Punjab province that produces an estimated 10,000 bagpipes a year.
More than 120 firefighters fought the blaze during the night as it gutted the 1909 building and spread to a theatre and a nearby night club. No casualties were reported.
Homeless people account for many of the 48 people who lost their lives to the cold snap across the continent, and cities have been racing to open emergency shelters to protect those sleeping rough.
Despite security concerns, thousands of people gathered to watch and compete in the annual Great Manchester Run amid heightened security precautions.
Charities are accusing France and Britain of failing to protect the futures of more than 1,300 unaccompanied child refugees. The children live in the 'Jungle' camp near Calais which will be dismantled today.
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