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Top 10 world news: France's warning to UK, Italy ski rail tragedy and more

WION Web Team
New Delhi, IndiaUpdated: May 23, 2021, 08:24 PM IST

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Top 10 world news today: In our daily evening newsletter, we bring to you the biggest stories of the day from multiple beats. In today's news, taking inspiration from the US, the United Kingdom has adopted a digital visa system to keep a check on the actual number of people entering and leaving the country without a visa or immigration status, visitors will have to apply for an Electronic Travel Authorisation (ETA) online, a tool that will help determine the eligibility of the visitors. In other news, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been accused by his former Former chief adviser Dominic Cummings, of lying about the strategy of herd immunity when the COVID-19 pandemic first hit Britain.

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WIth Italy reopening its skiing experiences post covid lockdown, a tragedy has befallen the country. A cable car accident has resulted in the death of nine people, and seriously injuring two others.

Ahead of the much anticipated hearing into Britain's coronavirus response, Former chief adviser Dominic Cummings has accused UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson of lying over country's Covid pandemic response.

Nine people were injured in a blast at Sepahan Nargostar Chemical Industries, in Isfahan province of Iran. The cause of the blast is as of yet unknown. 

France's European affairs minister Clement Beaune, has warned Britain not to play games with special post-Brexit trading rules for Northern Ireland and be responsible, as fears rise of a summer of violence in the province.

After US, The UK has now adopted a digital visa system to keep a check on the actual number of people entering and leaving the country without a visa or immigration status. 

With the country suffering through what officials call a "traffic Jam" in the testing process for COVID-19, Taiwan's health minister has assured locals that the government will find a solution to the testing issue.

After many adolescents and young adults developed myocarditis following vaccination, The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now assessing heart inflammation among some teenagers and young adults after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

A day before the start of the new school year in the country, More than 125,000 school teachers in Myanmar have been suspended by the military authorities for joining a civil disobedience movement to oppose the Junta military coup.

Nepali President Bidya Devi Bhandari’s move to dissolve the Parliament on the recommendation of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is now being challenged in court by opposition political parties.