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India records 15,940 Covid infections, 20 fatalities in a dayActive cases rose by 3,495 in a day and now comprise 0.21 per cent of the total infections, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate was recorded at 98.58 per..
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COVID infections rise in all four UK nations as around 1.7 million had virus last weekAround 1.7 million people are estimated to have had coronavirus last week, up 23% from 1.4 million the previous week, the Office for National Statistics said.
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'Mass death' of children if no global aid as Ukraine war exacerbates worst drought in 40 yearsUNICEF has told Sky News there will be a mass death of children in the Horn of Africa without international help, as the worst drought in 40 years is made worse..
'Nothing to do with money': Rail worker explains what strikes are really aboutA Network Rail employee who "works on the infrastructure daily" has emailed Sky News to counter what he suggests are widespread misconceptions about the cause of..
Strikes 'likely' to go ahead as minister warns public to prepare for 'substantial disruption'A Cabinet minister has told Sky News he fears rail strikes will go ahead this week - and warned that workers must make sacrifices as the UK battles inflation.
Nearly third of people feel more depressed about rising cost of living than six months agoNearly a third of people say they feel more depressed about the rising cost of living than they did six months ago, a Sky News poll can reveal.