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Spain's northeastern Catalonia region on Saturday locked down an area with around 200,000 residents near the town of Lleida (pictured) following a surge in cases of the new coronavirus.
The government has released a list of around 60 countries that Britons can travel to without needing to quarantine on their return. Here we look at some of the best travel routes and accommodation options...
Today is the biggest day for change since lockdown began
The M5 in Exeter and the M25 in Kent were swamped with camper vans and caravans heading to the coast as they made their weekend getaway on what has been dubbed 'Super Saturday'.
I adore the city's diversity; from swanky Clifton with its grand Georgian mansions and great expanse of green known as The Downs.
NHS worker Georgina Harrison, 28, from Chorley, told how her rosacea was agitated by wearing daily PPE. However, she claims she found relief from her redness in a concealer made with capers.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe urged local people to be 'on maximum alert' and ordered 10,000 troops on stand-by for immediate deployment to join rescue and recovery operations in Kumamoto.
Putting together a creative and practical design scheme for a child's bedroom that will stand the test of time is no mean feat.
An anonymous reader shares a report: The first Android version to support 64-bit architecture was Android 5.0 Lollipop, introduced back in November 2014. Since then, more and more 64-bit processors shipped, and today, virtually all Android devices are capable of running 64-bit software (excluding one or two or more oddballs). However, Google Chrome has never made the jump and is only available in a 32-bit flavor, potentially leading to some unnecessary security and performance degradations. That's finally changing: Starting with Chrome 85, phones running Android 10 and higher will automatically receive a 64-bit version. A look at chrome://version confirms as much: The current stable and beta builds, version 83 and 84, note that they're still 32-bit applications. Chrome Dev and Chrome Canary (release 85 and 86) are proper 64-bit apps. Google confirms as much on its Chromium Bugs tracker. When compared in a number of Octane 2.0 benchmarks, the 64-bit version got consistently better results than the 32-bit version. It's possible that there have been other optimizations that make Chrome 85 faster than 83 -- the architecture is not necessarily all there is to it. Still, the benchmark results suggest that there are some enhancements, even if these tests aren't easy to translate to real-world usage.
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Paivikki Kuoppakangas, 52, from the city of Pori, Finland, revealed how she feels 'more fabulous, energetic and healthy' than she did in her twenties and thirties after taking on a weight lifting programme.
The suspect is being held by Essex Police
EXCLUSIVE: Nadia Nadim, 32, told how she, her mother and four sisters left Kabul on trucks and made the long journey to Europe, where they eventually settled in Denmark.
Victoria has reported 108 new coronavirus infections in the second biggest spike in daily positive tests since the pandemic began.
Leaders of the civil rights groups behind the boycott have now said the action was in the pipeline ever since Donald Trump was elected in 2016.
The chief executive of East Anglia's Children's Hospices, Tracey Rennie, opened up about Kate Middleton's, 38, recent visit to The Nook on the Heirpod podcast, calling her 'incredibly friendly.'
Sir John Bell, who runs the nation's antibody testing programme, said background workers at some UK hospitals had 'sky high' levels of antibodies compared to doctors and nurses.
In a single day on 28 June, 1million searches were carried out by people via Rightmove for properties abroad, but it remains to be seen the extent to which wanderlusting turns into cash for sellers.
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With many employers fearing the worst when the furlough scheme ends, the Treasury is now looking to provide fresh support for businesses who put people back to work in autumn.
A nationwide clap to thank the NHS will take place tomorrow and is hoped to become an annual tradition.