Undocumented people in Italy struggling for money during the Covid pandemic are not entitled to aid. from: BBC News
Mercedes rue a huge missed opportunity in Mexico City.
The leader of the nation hosting COP26 said she hoped that a century from now, people will look back and “describe Glasgow as the place which really took the correct fork in the road for our planet.” From: New York Times
Facebook parent firm Meta removes hundreds of fake accounts said to be part of a disinformation campaign. from: BBC News
Authorities said the man suffered a head wound and had an artery punctured in his thigh by the bull. from: BBC News
The social media giant paid out after it was accused of misleading investors in 2015. from: BBC News
Many athletes turn out for the funeral of Agnes Tirop, who was found stabbed to death at her home. from: BBC News
from: BBC News BBC journalist Gem O’Reilly explains the risk of exercise-related death in people with unknown heart conditions.
from: BBC News Just months after being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, Reece Parkinson attempts a 50-mile race.
Without Vicky Lawrence, Elliott Brock might never have run the London Marathon. Without Elliott, Vicky would not have even made it to the startline. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Zaid Ait Malek had always been a good runner. Now it would make the difference between capture and escape.
from: BBC News Harry’s dad is a cancer surgeon, who’s now been diagnosed with the disease himself.
from: BBC News Shortages are one thing we don’t seem to be running out of in the UK right now.
A shortage of truck drivers has led to empty fuel pumps around the country, creating long lines at gas stations and panic buying. From: New York Times
A treaty with rebels in 2016 called for the end of a decades-long war. But that is not same as achieving peace, and the window for doing so may be closing. From: New York Times
Mr. Scholz, a Social Democrat who is modeling himself as the candidate of continuity, has a fair shot at being Germany’s next chancellor. From: New York Times
from: BBC News As Strictly prepares to return to our screens next month another South African dancer has joined the professionals.
Despite his warning, the Tory climate chief does not rule out future fossil fuel projects in the UK.
Environmentally conscious entrepreneurs explain the movement towards zero-waste lifestyles.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday evening.