US climate envoy John Kerry is traveling to China on Wednesday for talks on how to limit global warming. His trip is the first official Chinese visit from the new Biden administration. The former secretary of state will visit Shanghai as well as the South Korean capital Seoul, the US Department of State confirmed. Kerry's visit comes at a time of heightened tensions between Washington and Beijing on several other issues, such as China's treatment of its Uyghur Muslim minority and its crackdown on human rights in Hong Kong. Watch video 02:08 Share Greta Thunberg turns 18 Send Facebook Twitter reddit EMail Facebook Messenger Web Whatsapp Web Telegram linkedin Permalink https://p.dw.com/p/3nTVB Environmental activist Greta Thunberg turns 18 US President Joe Biden has invited more than 40 world leaders to a video summit on climate change next week, including Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian … [Read more...] about US climate envoy John Kerry travels to China
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NOW that travel restrictions in England have lifted, Brits can head to Wales for a much-needed staycation. With its beautiful beaches, mountainous national parks and quaint fishing villages, Wales is a fantastic option for a UK break - and we've found holidays from just £70 per stay. This article contains affiliate links and if you click a link and buy a product we may earn revenue From yesterday, English tourists can holiday in Wales. Those who have yet to plan their break this summer can find some excellent deals on holiday park and cottage breaks in Wales. Some of the best deals are: Park Dean Resorts 3-night holiday park April breaks from £169 per stay Park Dean Resorts 3-night holiday park May breaks from £189 per stay John Fowler Holidays 3-night April park breaks from £217 per stay John Fowler Holidays 3-night May park breaks from £329 per stay Haven Hafan y Mor park 3-night April breaks from £290.50 per stay Haven Presthaven park … [Read more...] about Holiday parks and cottages in Wales for April and May from £70 per stay as country reopens for English holidaymakers
Lockdown restrictions from England have eased today (April 12), and there's good news for those who've been desperate for a minibreak as staycations are back on the cards. That's because you can now go on overnight stays in self-contained accommodation such as holiday parks, campsites and self-catered holiday cottages - and with some outdoor attractions able to reopen such as zoos and theme parks, there's plenty to make a fun-filled break of it! However, that's not to say all holidays are back on the cards - some accommodation such as hotels remain closed, and we're still waiting on confirmation as to when exactly foreign holidays will resume. So, what breaks can you go on - and which ones are still off the cards? For residents in England and Wales, you can go on an overnight stay with members of your own household/support bubble, provided it's in self-contained accommodation with no shared indoor facilities. That means a number of holiday parks have reopened , as well … [Read more...] about What holidays can I go on? Latest rules on the breaks you can and can’t book
Borussia Dortmund 1-2 (2-4 agg.) Manchester City, Signal-Iduna Park (Bellingham 15' - Mahrez 54' pen., Foden 75') "This is the only way for Borussia Dortmund," said Hans-Joachim Watzke this week. The Dortmund chief executive was defending the Bundesliga club's policy of scouting young players, offering them a platform to develop, and selling them on for a large profit. "And it's working fantastically." After defeat to Manchester City saw Dortmund exit the Champions League, perhaps for over a year given their current position in the Bundesliga, it may seem hard to believe Watzke. But the 61-year-old has a point. Speaking to the BBC, he was responding to accusations from City manager Pep Guardiola that Dortmund pay too much to agents in order to secure players. As Watzke pointed out, the Catalan has a habit of forgetting that he has spent almost €1 billion ($1.2 billion) of Abu Dhabi's sovereign wealth on his own team. Because that is what Borussia Dortmund are up … [Read more...] about Borussia Dortmund out of the Champions League – but for how long?
COOK up family favourites for a fraction of the price with my smart shopping tips. Small tweaks to your shopping list can add up to big savings. Try these to save on your regular meals and get stuck into the easy recipes from morrisons.com. Simple fish cakes (Serves 3-4 ) Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 20 minutes YOU NEED: 350g fish pie mix, fresh or frozen 3-4 spring onions, chopped 150ml milk 450g potatoes 50g sweetcorn, or you can use 50g of peas 50g grated cheese, reserving a little for the sauce 1 egg 1 tsp flour and a little more for dusting before frying METHOD: Pre-heat the oven to 190C/170C fan/gas 5. Cook the potatoes until tender so they break up easily but are not too mushy. Allow them to steam dry in the strainer (the dryer they are, the better). Put the fish, spring onions and milk in a pan and heat until the fish is cooked. Strain fish and onions, reserving the milk. Mix the fish and onions with the … [Read more...] about Make small changes to save on your regular meals and get stuck into easy recipes