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France is ready for a serious discussion with the UK on issues relating to illegal migration, but will not be held hostage to London's domestic politics, the country's Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin says.The two countries are already at loggerheads over post-Brexit trading rules and fishing rights and last week relations soured further after 27 people died trying to cross the Channel.
Staff at a pub cut off by snow are preparing a karaoke evening as they expect guests to be unable to escape for a third night.On Friday, 61 people became trapped in the Tan Hill Inn in the Yorkshire Dales as a result of heavy snowfall during Storm Arwen, but some guests have claimed they "don't want to leave" after enjoying the 17th-century hotel's hospitality.
Rising Australian golf star Steph Kyriacou has ended her Ladies European Tour season by banking a 70,000 Euro ($A112,000) windfall - the perfect late brirthday present before she undertakes a marathon journey to the US in a bid to earn her card on the LPGA Tour.Kyriacou won a 50,000 Euro ($A80,000) bonus for finishing third in the Tour's season-long Order of Merit following a joint-fifth finish on Sunday at the concluding Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de Espana, which also earned her another 20,0
Hondurans have headed to the polls to pick a new president, with leftist candidate Xiomara Castro hoping to oust the right-wing National Party, whose 12-year rule has been beset by graft scandals, chronic unemployment and waves of fleeing migrants.If she wins, Castro would become Honduras' first female president and her victory would mark the left's return to power for the first time since her husband former President Manuel Zelaya was deposed in a 2009 coup.
Winless in their first two A-League Men's games to start the season, Western Sydney coach Carl Robinson will resist making wholesale changes to his team after an unconvincing 2-2 draw with Newcastle.Two defensive blunders from the Jets allowed the Wanderers to score both their goals on Sunday with Bernie Ibini and Tomer Hemed cancelling out a Beka Mikeltadze penalty and a Olivier Boumal strike for Newcastle.
Melbourne Victory are again set to turn to youth for their FFA Cup clash with Adelaide City as coach Tony Popovic manages his "fatigued" senior players.Victory will travel to South Australia for Wednesday night's round of 32 clash in what will be their fourth of five matches in the space of just over two weeks.
Genomic testing has confirmed two overseas travellers who arrived in Sydney from southern Africa have been infected with the new Omicron COVID-19 variant.Both passengers were asymptomatic when they arrived on Saturday night and are in isolation in the Special Health Accommodation.
The Omicron variant of COVID-19 has reached Australia, with genomic testing confirming two overseas travellers who arrived in Sydney from southern Africa have been infected.Both passengers arrived on Saturday night and are in isolation in the Special Health Accommodation.
Northern Territory officials are mobilising to test and support a remote community amid fears of a COVID-19 outbreak.Lajamanu, south of Darwin, has been put into lockdown until December 11 after the virus was detected in wastewater sampling.
Scott Morrison will be aiming for a more disciplined coalition team when parliament sits for the final time this year.Last sitting week, seven coalition MPs and senators voted against the government on a variety of issues from an anti-corruption commission to vaccine mandates.
Regional Australia is in danger of losing its reputation as a refuge for affordable housing as rents climb across the country, sparking calls for the Commonwealth to intervene.Rent inflation in the regions escalated to a "remarkable" 12.
A family member of a veteran who suicided will be the first witness to appear at a Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide.Evidence from veterans and their families will be the main focus in the first two weeks of the wide-ranging inquiry being held at the Brisbane Convention Centre from Monday.
Allegations that pop star Katy Perry is infringing on the trademark of a similarly named Sydney designer will be heard by the Federal Court this week.Sydney-based designer Katie Jane Taylor - nee Katie Perry - is suing the American singer-songwriter over the sale of Katy Perry-branded clothing in Australia at concerts, in department stores and a range of online stores.
Iceland's current government coalition, consisting of three parties from the left to the right, has agreed to continue for another term after they bolstered their majority in a September 25 general electionKatrin Jakobsdottir of the Left-Green Movement will stay on as prime minister of the government which has provided a period of stability since 2017 after years of political scandals and distrust of politicians following the 2008 financial crisis.The Left-Greens, who call themselves a "radical
Morocco is suspending all incoming air travel from around the world starting Monday for two weeks because of the rapid spread of the new Omicron variant, the Foreign Ministry has announced.The ministry tweeted that the decision was taken to "preserve the achievements realised by Morocco in the fight against the pandemic, and to protect the health of citizens.
Frank Williams, the founder and former team principal of the Williams Racing Formula One team, has died, aged 79, marking the end of an era in motor sport.Under Williams' stewardship, the British team won the F1 drivers' title seven times - including the first one that was annexed by Australian Alan Jones in 1980 - and the constructors' championship on nine occasions.
China has sent 27 aircraft into Taiwan's air defence zone, the Taiwanese Ministry of National Defence says.The Chinese aircraft, which entered Taiwan's south-western Air Defence Identification Zone during Sunday daytime, included 18 fighter jets (J-10, J-11 and J-16), five H-6 bombers, two KJ-500 aircraft, a Y-9 aircraft and a Y-20 Aerial Refueling.
Lionel Messi has set up all three goals as Paris St Germain stretched their Ligue 1 lead to 14 points with a 3-1 comeback win at 10-man St Etienne.But the Argentine superstar's illustrious teammate Neymar sustained a possible ankle injury and had to be taken off on a stretcher in Sunday's win.
Former Cambodian prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh has died in France, the Cambodian minister of information said.The prince, whose royalist political party won elections in 1993, was ousted in a 1997 coup by his coalition partner and rival Hun Sen, who remains Cambodia's prime minister more than 20 years later.
England managing director Ashley Giles says he's hopeful that key allrounder Ben Stokes will be ready to take on Australia in the first Ashes Test in Brisbane on December 8.Stokes took an indefinite break from all cricket in July to prioritise his mental well-being and rest a broken finger.