People flock to the beach as France and Spain experience unusually hot October – Yahoo News UK

France and Spain experience an unusually hot October, as climate change experts raise concerns about record-breaking greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
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Located on the scenic ‘Road To The Isles’, The Loch Rannoch Highland Club’s 85 attractive, pet friendly lodges offer stunning views across the loch and an abundance of leisure activities, writes Anthony Harrington.
The man who has denied he raped Brittany Higgins is facing the prospect of another trial after a juror brought academic papers on sexual assault into the jury room
Social services referrals for children are the highest on record for almost a decade after abuse was "hidden" during the pandemic.
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A golden retriever in Bangkok is going for a Jurassic vibe this Halloween, donning an adorable dino costume in a video posted on October 3.The super-cute video shows one of Nabhak Phakdiitsara’s three goldens posing beside a brachiosaurus stuffed toy while kitted out in the dinosaur costume. Credit: Nabhak Phakdiitsara​ via Storyful
Investigations by South Africa's ombudswoman into a scandal involving a 2020 burglary at President Cyril Ramaphosa's farmhouse that allegedly found a haul of dollar bills stashed inside furniture could take at least two years, she said Friday.
The broadcaster accused the US media of 'falsely portraying Britain as a racist country'.
In the run-up to this Sunday's presidential run-off in Brazil, both candidates are fighting for votes in the northeast of the country. The vast, poor and arid region is of strategic importance, as it has historically been a breeding ground for the left. The northeast is the only region where Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is still in the lead: the left-wing former president won 67 percent of the vote there in the first round. But incumbent far-right leader Jair Bolsonaro is trying to catch up and win over the population. Our correspondents report.Read more on FRANCE24Read also:Brazil’s education system in crisis as Bolsonaro takes aim at universitiesAlly of Brazil’s Bolsonaro refuses arrest, attacks police with gun and grenadesBolsonaro victory would risk independence of Brazil’s Supreme Court
Osprey Energy will cut its price of electricity thanks to government support.
Around 100,000 books dating back to the year 900 and the many rooms are being restored at Austria’s historic Melk Abbey’s Library.
After two and a half years of pandemic restrictions, the world is opening up. But some places are still closed.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday sought to cast the conflict in Ukraine as part of efforts by the West to secure its global domination.Speaking in Moscow at a conference of international policy experts, Putin accused the U.S. and its allies of trying to dictate their terms to other nations in a “dangerous and bloody” domination game.The West, he said, has "taken a number of steps to escalate" leading to "the destabilisation of the global food and energy markets."
MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu on Friday said that the "partial mobilisation" of 300,000 reservists to fight in Ukraine that Russia announced in September was complete, with tens of thousands of them already sent to the combat zone. Shoigu said that of the 300,000 mobilised reservists, 218,000 remained in training, while 82,000 had been deployed to the conflict zone, of which 41,000 were on active service with their units. "I want to thank them for their dedication to duty, for their patriotism, for their firm determination to defend our country, to defend Russia, their homes, their families, our citizens and our people," Putin said.
Lucy Letby denies killing seven babies and attempting to murder 10 others at the Countess of Chester Hospital between June 2015 and June 2016.
THESE incredible images captured by Adver Camera Club member David Evans show rays of sunlight cutting through mist and fog at Bowood House.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres has commented on the 2022 Emissions Gap Report. "Renewables are a win-win-win solution for climate action, guaranteeing energy security, providing affordable access to electricity and generating new jobs," Mr Guterres said. Source: United Nations
Coal miner Michael McGuire attended the University of Kentucky’s Blue-White game in his work clothes and covered in coal dust, having gone from the coal mines to the game to be with his family. Source: WBAY-TV 2
Voting rights groups, federal lawsuits and the Justice Department are sounding the alarm over a surge of voter suppression campaigns in closely watched states, <strong>Alex Woodward </strong>reports
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Nurses could leave the NHS to make more money assessing people’s eligibility for benefits, experts warn, as 300,000 of them voted for strike action.

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