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How the U.S. election could shape the world like none before

LONDON — On Nov. 3, almost 7.5 billion people outside the United States will face one of the most important elections in their lifetimes — without having any say in its outcome. Every U.S. presidential election has an impact on international affairs; the winner

2020 Analysis and Opportunities in the World Market for 3D Printing wi…

Dublin, Oct. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “3D Printing: Material and Equipment Opportunities, Trends, and Markets” report from The Information Network has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. There is a wide variety of processes and sub-processes used by industrial manufacturers to build metal

Saints Emily Rudge pleased with England World Cup training

THE England Women Performance Squad will engage in their most physical and significant session since Lockdown this weekend as they continue a determined attempt to make up for the time lost from an abandoned Betfred Women’s Super League season – with the clock ticking

Spain’s PM defends Covid emergency lockdown in Madrid | World news

The Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has said he hoped to bring the coronavirus outbreak in the capital under control within the next two weeks, as he defended the government’s decision to declare a state of emergency to keep the Madrid region in partial

Flurry of coronavirus reinfections leaves scientists puzzled | World n…

On 15 August, a 33-year-old man landed in Hong Kong after flying home from Spain. On arrival, he was screened for coronavirus. Despite feeling well he tested positive. It was the second time he had picked up Covid-19 in less than five months. The

British Virgin Islands commits to public register of beneficial owners…

The government of the British Virgin Islands has finally committed to introducing public registers of beneficial ownership for companies incorporated in the tax haven. The announcement, made in the islands’ parliament, comes after years of tax evasion and money laundering scandals, in which shell

Thousands join London lockdown protests | World news

Thousands of people are protesting against the government’s coronavirus lockdown measures in London after being urged to abide by distancing restrictions. Demonstrators in Trafalgar Square chanted: “We will win” as placards saying, “Think before it is illegal” and “Obey” were held aloft. The demonstration,

Chinese cameras blacklisted by US being used in UK school toilets | Wo…

Surveillance cameras made by Hikvision, the Chinese company that has been implicated in grave human rights violations and has been blacklisted by the US government, are being used across the UK, from leisure centres in London to school toilets in west Norfolk. While use

Angela Rayner rebukes Boris Johnson over ‘collapsing’ Covid test syste…

Angela Rayner has tackled Boris Johnson over a “collapsing” Covid test regime and a wider crisis in the care sector, using a prime minister’s questions where she stood in for Keir Starmer to accuse Johnson of refusing to take responsibility for his failings. In

UN Secretary-General launches United in Science report – World

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres launched the high-level multi-agency United in Science report on 9 September with yet another appeal for urgent climate action to “ensure a liveable planet for this and future generations.” “Our world remains off track — far off track —