'I just sort of fell funny on my ankles and I fractured the hairline on my heels and stuff. The hospital here wanted to operate and wanted to put pins in and stuff. Because I'm away, I'd rather wait until I get home.' … [Read more...] about ‘I’m in so much pain!’: Katie Price reveals she can’t sleep as she shares hospital update after undergoing a SIX HOUR operation to repair broken feet
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'Our results raise concerns that morning measurements could miss many (perhaps even half) of the individuals with fevers detectable during evenings, potentially allowing them to go to work, attend school, and travel.' … [Read more...] about Getting your temperature checked in the morning may be pointless: Covid-19 cases could be missed because fevers are more common in the evening, scientists claim
If your flight is cancelled, your airline will offer a refund or a re-booking. If you booked through a travel agent or tour operator, they should organise a refund or alternative travel. If you booked accommodation separately, contact the provider to see if they will refund you. … [Read more...] about British Airways admits job cuts will happen as it axes flights along with Virgin Atlantic, Ryanair, EasyJet and Tui while ministers hint they could give airlines multi-billion pound bailout amid coronavirus shutdown
RIA was just the first. Dozhd, the country’s last independent TV channel, was “pushed off a cliff” right before the Winter Olympics. Then the radio station Ekho Moskvy had its director replaced by its owner, the state-controlled energy company Gazprom. Most recently, the editor-in-chief of Lenta.ru, a highly respected, independent news site, was suddenly replaced with a pro-Kremlin editor, a move apparently made through back channels with the site’s conglomerate owner. Though 69 employees and correspondents wrote an open letter protesting “direct pressure” from the government, even resignations would do little but scatter already disparate independent journalists. … [Read more...] about Russian propaganda over Crimea and the Ukraine: how does it work?
In July, the messy conflict in east Ukraine suddenly went global as Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot out of the sky, most likely with a Buk anti-aircraft missile system supplied to the separatists by Russia. There are questions of secondary guilt to be answered: why did Ukrainian air traffic control not ban all flights over the region, given a number of military planes had been shot down in the preceding weeks? Why did Malaysia Airlines not decide to reroute, as certain other airlines had? … [Read more...] about In 2014, Russia’s Olympian efforts were dwarfed by Ukraine crisis