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Once the great vaccination success story, the island is under strain amid a new wave of infections, but experts say cases would be far higher without vaccine coverage
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Prime minister Yoshihide Suga, with his support in tatters ahead of the election, recently announced he would step down
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Pacific Islands face greatest economic contraction in four decades, according to a new report from the Lowy Institute
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Russian state-backed broadcaster was found to have breached YouTube’s rules on coronavirus coverage
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Analysis: Senators’ questions to military leadership a contest in sharing out responsibility for failures
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The long-awaited 25th outing for Ian Fleming’s superspy is a weird and self-aware epic with audacious surprises up its sleeve
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Results of two studies may explain why some people develop diabetes after catching the virus
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UK government has granted licences for only 12 French vessels out of a total of 47 applications
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Almost two years after its original release date, the 25th James Bond film – and final outing for star Daniel Craig – has had its first screening at the Royal Albert Hall
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Leader’s conference speech will aim to present Labour as a party that is ‘back in business’ and ready for power
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Majority of the women killed by former officers had been their partners, according to the Femicide Census
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Robot that can check on loved ones and pets is one of plethora of devices announced at big launch event
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Labour leader’s aides say he will not mention Jeremy Corbyn by name, or use the word ‘unity’
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As the UK faces supermarket shortages and energy companies go bust, motorists face renewed calls to stop panic-buying petrol, as Boris Johnson insists the fuel situation is improving
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The Manchester mayor seems to be greatly enjoying his time in Brighton in the face of briefings against him
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General, who defends loyalty to country and rejects suggestion to quit, undergoes heated cross-examination from Senate panel
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Advisory groups advise voting against remuneration plan flagging ‘excessive payouts’
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Transport secretary and petrol association say forecourts show early signs crisis may be ending
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England and Wales attorney general says sentencing of Ben John for terror offence appears ‘unduly lenient’
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Local authority accuses Home Office and Serco of trying to beat court hearing and frustrate justice system