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Iran set to enrich uranium to highest level ever - after 'attack' at nuclear facility blamed on Israel
Iran says it will increase its enrichment of uranium to 60% purity - its highest figure ever - bringing it closer to the levels needed for a nuclear weapon.
Truck driver jailed for 22 years for killing four police officers in Melbourne crash
A truck driver who was under the influence of drugs and sleep deprived when he drove into four police officers has been sentenced to 22 years in prison.
St Vincent: Water supplies running short on Caribbean island hit by volcano eruption
Clean water supplies are running short on the Caribbean island of St Vincent after ash from a volcanic eruption contaminated reservoirs.
COVID-19: Whistleblower claims WHO tried to force him to change report about Italy's pandemic protocols
Prosecutors in Italy are urging the World Health Organisation to assist them in their investigations into Italy's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Egypt: At least 20 killed after bus crashes and catches fire while overtaking truck
At least 20 people have been killed after a bus overturned in Egypt while trying to pass a truck.
Fukushima: Japan to release more than one million tonnes of radioactive water into sea
Japan will release more than one million tonnes of radioactive water from the destroyed Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean.
Suez Canal: Egypt files multi-million pound compensation claim against owner of Ever Given
Egypt has filed a multi-million pound compensation claim against the owner of the container ship that blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week.
Fukushima 'failings' add fuel to fire of world's anti-nuclear movement
A fifth of the UK’s energy comes from nuclear but opposition to the power source persists.
Parliament's email system less secure than Gmail, says MP 'hit by Chinese psy-op emails'
A senior MP says parliament's email system is less secure than Google's Gmail as he claimed to have been the victim of Chinese "psy-ops".
COVID-19: World Health Organisation calls for ban on sale of live wild mammals in food markets
The sale of live wild mammals at food markets should be suspended as an emergency measure, the World Health Organisation has said.