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Police have arrested a priest who attacked metropolitan bishops at the Petraki Monastery in Athens by dousing them with acid.The seven bishops, who were meeting to consider deposing the priest, suffered burns on their faces and hands and were rushed to hospital.
An air strike has killed at least 43 people in the town of Togoga in Ethiopia's Tigray region, a medical official says, after residents said new fighting had flared in recent days north of the regional capital Mekelle.Ethiopian military spokesman Colonel Getnet Adane did not confirm or deny the incident.
John McAfee, the creator of the McAfee antivirus software, has been found dead in his cell in a jail near Barcelona, a government official has confirmed.Hours earlier on Wednesday, a Spanish court issued a preliminary ruling in favour of his extradition to the United States to face tax-related criminal charges.
US Vice President Kamala Harris will visit the US-Mexico border for the first time since taking a lead role in immigration issues, her office says, bowing to pressure that she make the high-profile trip.Harris will travel to El Paso, Texas, on Friday and will be accompanied by Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Harris spokeswoman Symone Sanders said.
Rare cases of heart inflammation in adolescents and young adults is likely linked to vaccination with the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 shots, a group of doctors advising the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) say in a newly-released presentation.The COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Technical (VaST) Work Group said in their report that the risk of myocarditis or pericarditis following vaccination with the mRNA-based shots in adolescents and young adults is notably higher after the
Sweden winger Emil Forsberg has scored twice, including the second fastest strike in European Championship history, before Viktor Claesson's stoppage-time goal helped them seal a 3-2 win over Poland on Wednesday and top Group E heading into the last-16.Sweden will next face one of the third-placed sides from Groups B, C or D - Finland, Ukraine or the Czech Republic - in Glasgow on June 29.
Spain have crushed a hapless Slovakia 5-0 for their first European Championship win, setting up a last-16 clash against Croatia after being set on their way by a calamitous own-goal from keeper Martin Dubravka.Aymeric Laporte headed in a second goal on the stroke of halftime before second-half goals from Sarabia, Ferran Torres and a Juraj Kucka own goal rounded off an emphatic win on Wednesday that saw them finish second in Group E on five points behind Sweden.
Queen Elizabeth expressed sympathy for the UK's health minister who has faced repeated attacks from Boris Johnson's former top aide including the revelation the prime minister himself had called him hopeless."Very nice to see you again," the Queen said to Johnson at the start of their meeting at Buckingham Palace, their first face-to-face get since the outbreak of the pandemic last March, 15 months ago.
Max Purcell would like it to be known he's a singles player, not a doubles specialist - and the Australian reckons he's gone a long way to proving it with by far the biggest win of his career over French star Gael Monfils in Eastbourne.The 23-year-old, who reached last year's Australian Open final with Luke Saville, reckons he can't stand doubles, even though he's had to slog round Europe playing it while enviously watching his mates in the singles.
Health authorities have recorded a surge in coronavirus infections in the United Kingdom, Israel and Cuba.The UK recorded 16,135 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, a large jump from a day earlier and the highest figure since early February, official data showed.
AstraZeneca is likely to be phased out of Australia's coronavirus vaccine rollout later in the year as more Pfizer and Moderna doses join the immunisation program.The federal government has released the vaccine distribution projections it supplied to state and territory health authorities.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg believes Australia has dodged a bullet from the COVID-19 pandemic, both in terms of health outcomes and the strength of the recovery from last year's recession.But he has warned Australians they are going to have to learn to live with the virus until its impact can be mitigated through the rollout of the vaccine to as wide a number of people as quickly as possible.
Wellingtonians will today return to a daily ritual they thought they'd left in the past: monitoring briefings for new COVID-19 cases, as the threat of a lockdown looms.The New Zealand capital is on edge after a traveller, believed to infectious with the deadly virus, visited from Sydney on the weekend.
Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton is eyeing a return to Victoria's pre-outbreak restrictions but cannot rule out using lockdowns as a COVID-busting "tool" in future.Acting Premier James Merlino announced Victoria would take "big steps forward" from 11.
School holiday plans are in tatters for many Sydney residents, with many confined to the metropolitan area, as NSW struggles to contain a coronavirus cluster following a "super-spreader event".Other states have imposed a variety of restrictions on visitors from Sydney, with Western Australia and South Australia shutting their borders completely to anyone from NSW.
Ben Roberts-Smith will enter his tenth day in the witness box on Thursday at his landmark defamation trial against media outlets over allegations of war crimes in Afghanistan.On Wednesday, much of Mr Roberts-Smith's evidence at the Federal Court trial was heard behind closed doors due to national security sensitivities, before the war hero resumed in open court under cross examination late in the day.
The High Court has entrenched indefinite detention of non-citizens by ruling the release of a detainee awaiting deportation was wrong, refugee advocates say.By a 4-3 majority, the country's highest court on Wednesday ruled a judge wrongly found a Syrian asylum seeker's detention unlawful.
James Tedesco has given a glowing endorsement of Queensland rookie Reece Walsh, with the game's best fullback declaring the teenager will give the Maroons the spark they missed in Origin I.The selection of the 18-year-old whiz kid with just seven NRL games under his belt, has caused a stir ahead of State of Origin II on Sunday, but there was little surprise among the Blues camp.
Power prices have eased by 10 per cent for households who took advantage of a policy introduced in mid-2019 by the Morrison government.The default market offer is the annual maximum total bill amount, or "reference price", energy companies can charge for the 'standing offer' prices based on a set average usage amount.
Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg will release the five-yearly Intergenerational Report on Monday, a guide to how the Australian economy will perform over the next 40 years.The IGR was first introduced in 2002 by former Liberal treasurer Peter Costello.