Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich fall to a shock defeat against struggling Augsburg. from: BBC News
Every year, a four-day festival to the sun god Surya highlights the Indian city’s extreme air and water pollution, with a river so filled with foam it resembles a blizzard’s aftermath. From: New York Times
from: BBC News The DJ said criticism of her Drivetime show came at a time where she was “worried about brain fog”.
A trip to Rome invigorated a president whose poll numbers are slumping at home, but who projected confidence in his foreign and domestic agenda. From: New York Times
The Tata group originally founded the airline in 1932 before it was taken over in 1953. from: BBC News
The Commons Petition Committee wants the government to publish a “dedicated Covid recovery strategy”.
The deal comes as the cash-strapped firm faces another interest payment deadline on Wednesday. from: BBC News
Max Allegri’s Juventus side take on Chelsea on Wednesday, with the manager struggling to make an early impact after returning to Turin. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Panic buying of petrol has left some key workers unable to get fuel to travel to work.
from: BBC News Injury-hit Celtic’s troubled start in the Scottish Premiership intensifies as Dundee United hold on for a point.
The pandemic has made studying in the UK more expensive for some international students
The army has escalated attacks on militias that oppose its rule, driving thousands of people into the hills. A shadow government has called for a nationwide uprising. From: New York Times
The aftermath of Hurricane Ida presented problems to some of the state’s hospitals, particularly in the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic. From: New York Times
Australia’s experience with the pandemic has been vastly different from the rest of the world. From: New York Times
Medical workers transferring a Covid-19 patient in Dhaka, Bangladesh, last week. The city’s three main hospitals are out of intensive care beds. From: New York Times