Two locals and a Briton have died, main comms are down, and one island has lost every one of its homes.
Airlines say 5G could interfere with plane navigation systems and would force flight cancellations.
The woman who hit the young girl who then died, faces a possible manslaughter charge.
An attack on fuel trucks in the Middle East and hopes for a global economic recovery have driven up prices.
Roberta Metsola, from Malta, was asked by journalists about her record of being anti-abortion.
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Greater Manchester Police say the pair, who were detained in south Manchester, have not been charged.
Chamath Palihapitiya says he and most Americans "don't care" about alleged human rights abuse of the Uyghur minority.
Boris Johnson "categorically" denies anyone warned him a No 10 drinks party broke lockdown rules.
Ashling Murphy, 23, died after being attacked alongside Ireland's Grand Canal.
Women told "baseless" sexual harassment claims could face up to five years in prison and a huge fine.
The prisoners say they were unknowingly prescribed the drug despite warnings from health officials.
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Security services take over an inquiry into a series of sightings and it is unclear who is to blame.
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