Polish authorities warned that the border crisis could stretch on for months, even as Belarusian forces moved migrants to a warehouse, offering desperate families their first humanitarian aid in weeks. From: New York Times
Helicopter search crews rescued people who had been trapped in their cars along highways. Heavy rainfall extended into nearby Washington State. From: New York Times
Three people have been killed by scorpion bites during storms in the southern city of Aswan. from: BBC News
from: BBC News The new approach could lead to better treatments for those waiting years for answers.
Poland says it has stopped attempts by the large group to enter the country from Belarus. from: BBC News
Protesters carry crosses bearing the names of murdered women to draw attention to rising femicide cases. from: BBC News
Police say officers had paint sprayed at them while climate change activists say they were “kettled” for two hours.
Scientists think the turtles may have become tangled in abandoned fishing nets and drowned. from: BBC News
The Scottish Hospitality Group says the first weekend of enforcement of the scheme was an “unmitigated disaster”.
The Crown Court backlog could remain a problem for years, severely affecting victims, says a watchdog.
Hundreds of people stripped naked by the Dead Sea in Israel to highlight environmental changes. from: BBC News
from: BBC News At least 750 allegations were made against serving officers across Britain over five years.
from: BBC News Consumers should be prepared for volatile gas prices and more suppliers collapsing, analysts say.
from: BBC News The vigil is being held in the town where the murder suspect was arrested.
from: BBC News A major fire on Guanaja has been brought under control, after hundreds are forced to evacuate.
The UN says hundreds of trucks have not returned from Tigray and it’s affecting the flow of aid. from: BBC News
Hundreds join a vigil for the teacher who was killed as she walked to a pub in south-east London.
The vigil at Pegler Square is not far from where a wanted suspect was captured on CCTV.
Officials fear lava could trigger toxic gasses when it reaches the sea on the Canary Islands resort. from: BBC News