Long Queues Again Occur at Gas Stations in Various Parts of London

Long lines resumed outside gas stations across London on Wednesday (29/9), as fuel supply constraints continued, although PM Boris Johnson said the situation was improving. Video from Reuters news agency showed long lines of cars and vans waiting to fill up at gas stations in London, as well as announcements …

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Corona Virus Cases in Auckland Reach Highest Number This Month

New Zealand reported 45 new local cases of coronavirus on Wednesday (29/9), the most in nearly a month, as the outbreak in Auckland continues to grow. Auckland is still within the PPKM although officials have eased some restrictions since the outbreak spread last month. New Zealand’s Director General of Health …

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New Violence in Ecuadorian Prisons, 24 Convicts Killed

Ecuadorian officials continue to closely monitor a prison in the city of Guayaquil after riots there killed 24 inmates and injured 48 others. Police and members of the military brought the situation back under control at the prison in the coastal city after a five-hour riot, according to a statement …

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North Korean Media Reports North Korea Launches Missile Again

North Korea on Wednesday (29/09) acknowledged its latest missile launch, a day after South Korea first reported it. Government media KCNA and newspapers Workers’ Daily called the “hypersonic” and “newly developed” missile a “top priority project” after leader Kim Jong Un presented it at the ruling Workers’ Party Congress in …

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