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United Kingdom

UK plans to subsidise energy bills for industry firms

London : The government of the United Kingdom is planning to subsidise the energy bills for energy-intensive industries like the steel and cement industry to support the business facing hurdles of energy bills. The move is expected to benefit nearly 300 businesses in the country. These businesses facilitate approximately 60,000 jobs for the citizens.

U.K. launches vaccination campaigns as Polio marks comeback

London: The United Kingdom has launched vaccination programmes for children below ten years of age as the Polio virus remerges in the country. Not only the U.K., the United States and Israel have also been fearing the wider outbreak of this virus.

Drought to be announced in UK today as heatwave persists

UK: Amidst the scorching heatwaves that have been persistent in the United Kingdom, the Drought is set to be declared today in some parts of England. The temperatures in the country have been soaring up to 35 degrees Celsius, which is hotter than the Caribbean. Earlier, the Met Office had issued a four-days extreme heatwave warning along with an exceptional risk of breakouts of fires at various places. 

Bison attack leaves British student paralysed in US

UK: A British student, Amelia Dean, has been unable to walk following a ferocious attack from a Bison while she was on a road trip across the United States. A male bison had suddenly charged at her at Custer State Park that injured her thigh, leaving her unable to walk.

Dominica Citizenship by Investment Programme paves path to peaceful life for high-net-worth individuals

One cannot decide its place of birth, but where to lead a life, that is totally one’s own decision. For the citizens seeking alternate citizenship, the Citizenship By Investment(CBI) Programme is a ray of hope for these individuals. The CBI Programme implies citizenship of a country is provided at an investment of a certain sum in that particular country. The decision regarding investment in a country is influenced by various attributes like the standard of living , political environment, and return on investment rates so as to lead a peaceful and successful life.

Dominica: “Future Housing Programme” to provide affordable homes for youth

The Government of Dominica recently launched its “Future Housing Programme” on July 16,2022 , with an ambition to provide homes that fit in the budgets of youth without taking much toll upon their pockets. The programme looks forward to provision of affordable , budget-friendly houses to young Dominican citizens, mainly 45 years or younger than that.

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Johnson and Johnson ends global sales of baby talcum powder

UK: Johnson and Johnson have announced to end the sales of baby powder globally in 2023. The company has already stopped selling the product in the United States for more than two years, owing to numerous consumer safety lawsuits against the baby powder. The company is now planning to develop a baby talcum powder completely based on corn starch.

UK plans to subsidise energy bills for industry firms

London : The government of the United Kingdom is planning to subsidise the energy bills for energy-intensive industries like the steel and cement industry to support the business facing hurdles of energy bills. The move is expected to benefit nearly 300 businesses in the country. These businesses facilitate approximately 60,000 jobs for the citizens.

U.K. launches vaccination campaigns as Polio marks comeback

London: The United Kingdom has launched vaccination programmes for children below ten years of age as the Polio virus remerges in the country. Not only the U.K., the United States and Israel have also been fearing the wider outbreak of this virus.

Drought to be announced in UK today as heatwave persists

UK: Amidst the scorching heatwaves that have been persistent in the United Kingdom, the Drought is set to be declared today in some parts of England. The temperatures in the country have been soaring up to 35 degrees Celsius, which is hotter than the Caribbean. Earlier, the Met Office had issued a four-days extreme heatwave warning along with an exceptional risk of breakouts of fires at various places. 

I’d rather lose the Prime Minister elections than winning on fake promises : Rishi Sunak

UK: The final contender in the race to be the next Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, has said that he'd rather lose the elections than winning them based on false promises to the citizens regarding the solutions to the cost-of-living crisis currently prevalent in the country.

UK-India complete fifth round of talks for Free-Trade Agreement

London: The United Kingdom and India have now completed five rounds of talks regarding the Free Trade Agreement (FTA). The teams of negotiation officials met in a hybrid manner. While some teams met in New Delhi, India, a majority of officials joined the talks virtually. 

Newcomer Saint Lucia tops charts with its safest Citizenship by Investment Programme

Saint Lucia launched its Citizenship by Investment Programme in 2016, and it's already being ranked among the topmost CBI Programmes in the Caribbean region. The Programme has become the preference of the high net-worth individuals who want to invest in the country. Consequently, the recently elected government is attempting to channelize the funds towards the development of public infrastructure, thus enhancing the citizens' standard of living.   

American Canadian School of Medicine to uplift education in Dominica

 Roseau, Dominica: The Government of Dominica has always prioritised the development of the education sector of the country. The country has laid its emphasis upon providing apt skills to the youngsters to keep up with modern technologies and advancing scenarios in the education sector. The government completely understands the importance of education. Thus, it has been putting up all its efforts towards the cause.

Rigorous ‘Due-Diligence’ checks drive Dominica , St Kitts and Nevis to top of CBI Index

The investors often seek new channels for investing their resources such that the investment brings fair returns and other merits along with it. Keeping this in mind, the governments of various countries have initiated programmes that provide the benefit of the country’s citizenship upon investment in their respective countries.

Dominica Citizenship by Investment Programme paves path to peaceful life for high-net-worth individuals

One cannot decide its place of birth, but where to lead a life, that is totally one’s own decision. For the citizens seeking alternate citizenship, the Citizenship By Investment(CBI) Programme is a ray of hope for these individuals. The CBI Programme implies citizenship of a country is provided at an investment of a certain sum in that particular country. The decision regarding investment in a country is influenced by various attributes like the standard of living , political environment, and return on investment rates so as to lead a peaceful and successful life.

Prosecutors accuse Shakira of tax evasion ; to be sentenced to 8 years

Spain: The pop superstar Shakira has been accused of tax evasion of nearly €14.5m (£12m) between 2012-2014 . The prosecutors are seeking 8 years of imprisonment as well as a hefty penalty of €24m (£20m) for the singer.

Tourism to flourish in St Kitts and Nevis as ‘Culturama’ kicks in

Basseterre: St Kitts and Nevis is an exotic country in the Caribbean with the enthrilling landscapes and diverse cultures co-existing, making it a perfect holiday destination. The country is known for its rich historical background and luxurious lifestyle. The natural beauty and adventures are perfect for those who seek relaxation from their monotonous life.

‘Restaurant Week’ is finally back on to St. Kitts and Nevis island after two-years

St. Kitts and Nevis has finally left behind the scars of the pandemic and is celebrating its very famous ‘Restaurant Week’ after a wait of two long years from July 14th –July 24th,2022. The country is all set to celebrate its culture, delicacies and cuisines prepared from native ingredients by the most eminent chefs in the nation.

Johnny Depp urges fans to beware of his social media fake accounts 

Johnny Depp has been forced to issue a statement regarding the surge in fake profiles pretending to be him on social media.  In recent weeks,...

First-ever European Film Festival all set to take place in Saudi Arabia

The Delegation of the European Union in Riyadh, in collaboration with the Embassies of the E.U. (European Union), the Member States and the Arabia Pictures Group, revealed that the first-ever European Film Festival is all set to take place in Saudi Arabia.

“I have Ramsay Hunt Syndrome”, Justin Bieber reveals in video message

The famous Hollywood singer Justin Bieber is suffering from Ramsay Hunt Syndrome. The pop star is paralysed from one side due to the syndrome.

Director Todd Phillips green lights “Joker” sequel

The much-anticipated Joker sequel is all set in the making. Director Todd Phillips has confirmed the sequel's making on Tuesday. It looks like Actor Joaquin Phoenix is on-board.

Dominica is working at forefront to withstand 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season  

Roseau: Dominica, the 'Nature Isle' of the Caribbean, is following its vision to become the first climate-resilient nation. The government has commissioned two climate-resilient shelters to fulfil its goal.

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Iran returns donated vaccines back to Poland

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Archie Batterbee’s life support to be withdrawn as parents lose bid

UK:  After fighting a long legal battle over withdrawal of treatment , Archie’s parents have been informed about withdrawal of his life support today.  The hospital has informed his parents that they have got no more options left as the family had lost the legal battle to keep their comatose child on life support anymore.

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Johnson and Johnson ends global sales of baby talcum powder

Johnson and Johnson ends global sales of baby talcum powder

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UK: Johnson and Johnson have announced to end the sales of baby powder globally in 2023. The company has already stopped selling the product in the United States for more than two years, owing to numerous consumer safety lawsuits against the baby powder. The company is now planning to develop a baby talcum powder completely based on corn starch.
UK plans to subsidise energy bills for industry firms

UK plans to subsidise energy bills for industry firms

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London : The government of the United Kingdom is planning to subsidise the energy bills for energy-intensive industries like the steel and cement industry to support the business facing hurdles of energy bills. The move is expected to benefit nearly 300 businesses in the country. These businesses facilitate approximately 60,000 jobs for the citizens.
U.K. launches vaccination campaigns as Polio marks comeback

U.K. launches vaccination campaigns as Polio marks comeback

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London: The United Kingdom has launched vaccination programmes for children below ten years of age as the Polio virus remerges in the country. Not only the U.K., the United States and Israel have also been fearing the wider outbreak of this virus.
Drought to be announced in UK today as heatwave persists

Drought to be announced in UK today as heatwave persists

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UK: Amidst the scorching heatwaves that have been persistent in the United Kingdom, the Drought is set to be declared today in some parts of England. The temperatures in the country have been soaring up to 35 degrees Celsius, which is hotter than the Caribbean. Earlier, the Met Office had issued a four-days extreme heatwave warning along with an exceptional risk of breakouts of fires at various places. 
I'd rather lose the Prime Minister elections than winning on fake promises : Rishi Sunak

I’d rather lose the Prime Minister elections than winning on fake promises : Rishi Sunak

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UK: The final contender in the race to be the next Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, has said that he'd rather lose the elections than winning them based on false promises to the citizens regarding the solutions to the cost-of-living crisis currently prevalent in the country.
UK-India completes fifth round of talks for Free-Trade Agreement

UK-India complete fifth round of talks for Free-Trade Agreement

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London: The United Kingdom and India have now completed five rounds of talks regarding the Free Trade Agreement (FTA). The teams of negotiation officials met in a hybrid manner. While some teams met in New Delhi, India, a majority of officials joined the talks virtually. 
Tobias White death case: Mother demands justice for son’s murder

Tobias White death case: Mother demands justice for son’s murder

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UK: The mother of Tobias White , the man who died while holidaying in Magaluf, a Spanish island of Majorca, has demanded justice in the case of the death of her youngest son. Tobias’s mother, Lorraine Thompson, stated that this is the biggest loss in her life which has left her totally devastated and she wants the ones responsible for such a tragedy to be held accountable for their misdeeds.
No relief for UK citizens as another ‘extreme heatwave’ warning comes into effect

No relief for UK citizens as another ‘extreme heatwave’ warning comes into effect

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UK: There’s no relief in sight for citizens of the United Kingdom as an amber extreme heat warning comes into effect for another four days. The temperatures are expected to hit the 37 degrees celsius mark in the upcoming days. The Met Office alert for southern and central England and parts of Wales remains in effect from midnight on Thursday until Sunday. 
Fourth member of IS 'Beatles' terror group arrested in UK

Fourth member of IS ‘Beatles’ terror group arrested in UK

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UK: Aine Davis,38, accused of being the fourth member of IS terror group Beatles has been arrested in the United Kingdom on charges of terrorism. Davis had arrived at Luton Airport on a flight from Turkey when he was arrested. He has been charged in relation to offences under sections 15, 17 and 57 of the Terrorism Act, 2000.
Newcomer Saint Lucia tops charts with its safest Citizenship by Investment Programme

Newcomer Saint Lucia tops charts with its safest Citizenship by Investment Programme

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Saint Lucia launched its Citizenship by Investment Programme in 2016, and it's already being ranked among the topmost CBI Programmes in the Caribbean region. The Programme has become the preference of the high net-worth individuals who want to invest in the country. Consequently, the recently elected government is attempting to channelize the funds towards the development of public infrastructure, thus enhancing the citizens' standard of living.   
Woman dies while sleeping on her flight en route UK

Woman dies while sleeping on her flight en route UK

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UK: A woman, Helen Rhodes, died on her flight to the UK in front of her husband and children. Helen was found to be totally unresponsive while she was travelling to the United Kingdom. However, the reason for the death still remains unknown. The woman was on a flight en route United Kingdom from Hong Kong when she took her last breath, leaving her husband and children sitting helplessly for about eight hours.
Tough times for United Kingdom ahead, gas cuts and blackouts anticipated

Tough times for United Kingdom ahead, gas cuts and blackouts anticipated

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UK: The United Kingdom is all set to face the toughest winters this year. The freezing winds this time will be accompanied by the gas crisis that ultimately implies the organised blackouts in industries. Not just the industries but even the households will be facing shortages and gas cut-offs during these winters.

UK faces another heatwave, hosepipe bans being introduced all over region

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Forecasters in the UK have said that the country is set for another heatwave this...

Amid spike in cases, Italy starts monkeypox vaccination

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Italy started its vaccination drive against Monkeypox on Monday, August 8, 2022, in light of...
American Canadian School of Medicine to uplift education in Dominica 

American Canadian School of Medicine to uplift education in Dominica

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 Roseau, Dominica: The Government of Dominica has always prioritised the development of the education sector of the country. The country has laid its emphasis upon providing apt skills to the youngsters to keep up with modern technologies and advancing scenarios in the education sector. The government completely understands the importance of education. Thus, it has been putting up all its efforts towards the cause.