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2021 F1 United States GP – how to watch, session timings and more

After the lead of the F1 world drivers’ championship changed hands for the fifth time this season with Max Verstappen reclaiming top spot at the Turkish GP, he leads Lewis Hamilton by six points with six rounds of a dramatic season to go.Hamilton’s damage limitation drive to fifth place in Istanbul couldn’t quite match the same effort Verstappen produced at the race before in Sochi ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/2021-f1-united-states-gp-how-to-watch-session-timings-and-more/6692795/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Ricciardo "at peace" with lack of F1 title, having previously felt "bitter"

McLaren F1 driver Ricciardo finished third in the championship for Red Bull in both 2014 and 2016, but has not ended a season any higher than fifth since then.The Australian is widely regarded as being one of the top talents in F1, but has failed in recent years to regularly feature at the front of the field with Renault and McLaren.Ricciardo sent a reminder of his talent by taking a ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/ricciardo-at-peace-with-lack-of-f1-title-having-previously-felt-bitter/6692548/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Double F1 champion Hakkinen to partner Bottas in Race of Champions

Hakkinen will join the field for the Race of Champions on 5-6 February, which is taking place in the Swedish resort of Pite Havsbad with an off-course route in the ice and snow.Current Mercedes F1 driver Bottas announced in September he would be making his Race of Champions debut next year, and he will now be partnered by Hakkinen.Bottas and Hakkinen will represent Team Finland in the ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/double-f1-champion-hakkinen-to-partner-bottas-in-race-of-champions/6692307/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Weight a key factor in Aston Martin’s tweaked green F1 livery choice

The Silverstone-based team has begun looking into a potential tweak of its green livery for 2022, with the dark pantone having not been as good as it originally hoped.While the team was happy with how the green looked in real life, the colours have not come across as well on television images.And, in particular with the way that cameras pick up the light, the dark Aston Martin has often ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/weight-a-key-factor-in-aston-martins-tweaked-green-f1-livery-choice/6692198/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Planned fossil fuel output double that of Paris deal goals, says UN

Major economies will burn more than double the coal, oil and gas in 2030 than hoped for to prevent the worst effects of climate change. The UN called for cuts of emissions, by nearly 50%, to meet climate goals.

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Ex-F1 driver Hulkenberg to make IndyCar test debut with Arrow McLaren SP

Hulkenberg will drive for the Arrow McLaren SP squad, while Sargeant will appear for AJ Foyt Racing, as two of at least six drivers taking part in the driver evaluation/rookie test on 25 October, which will also feature cars run by Ed Carpenter Racing, Dale Coyne Racing and Andretti Autosport.Hulkenberg admitted last month that his&nbsp;last chances of returning to grand prix racing&nbsp;in ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/indycar/news/ex-f1-driver-hulkenberg-to-make-indycar-debut-in-barber-test/6691939/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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What exactly is 'the metaverse'?

Facebook has announced major investments in "the metaverse," a virtual reality that could one day coexist alongside the physical world. DW breaks down what it is — and why you might already be in it.

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Prosecutors arrest two former German soldiers on terrorism charges

Prosecutors have arrested two former Bundeswehr soldiers accused of being the ringleaders of an attempt to form a terror group. The planned paramilitary unit in Yemen would have put civilian lives at risk, they said.

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Libya's decade of instability after Moammar Gadhafi's death

Libya has not managed to emerge from the conflict that preceded dictator Moammar al-Gadhafi's death on October 20, 2011. Parliamentary elections scheduled for December have been postponed.

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Facebook plans to change its name, report claims

Technology giant Facebook could change its name next week, according to a report published by The Verge. A name change could reflect a new focus for the social media company.

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IMF announces exit of chief economist Gita Gopinath

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has announced the departure of chief economist Gita Gopinath. She will return to Harvard after serving as the fund's first female chief economist.

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US House panel votes to hold Steve Bannon in contempt

The January 6 select committee in Congress has unanimously voted to hold Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress. Rep. Liz Cheney called Trump's post-election posture "a prescription for national self-destruction."

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Antony Blinken kicks off three-day Latin America trip

US President Joe Biden has dispatched his top diplomat to the region to shore up democracy and reverse gains made by autocrats under his predecessor Donald Trump.

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US: FBI raids home of Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska

US federal authorities have searched the home of Putin ally and billionaire Oleg Deripaska, in what the FBI described as court authorized "law enforcement activity."

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Polish leader blasts EU over controversial rule of law dispute

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has defended the sovereignty of EU member states and accused the bloc of "blackmail." He stood by the decision of Poland's top court that its national law takes precedence over EU law.

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UN: Climate change threatens over 100 million people in Africa

Africa accounts for less than 4% of greenhouse gas emissions, but is projected to be severely impacted by climate change. A UN report said the continent's glaciers could all melt by the 2040s.

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How football built bridges between Israel and Germany

Football was one of the catalysts for the ever-warming relations between Germany and Israel. As the German women's national team travels to Tel Aviv, DW revisits how the sport built bridges between the two countries

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Ryanair hub Frankfurt-Hahn Airport files for bankruptcy

The former military airstrip turned commercial airport maintains a busy freight business but it has been losing passengers since before the coronavirus pandemic began.

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F1 2022 innovations less obvious than double diffusers

With teams having pretty much switched off development of their current challengers, factories are now almost entirely focused on making sure they hit the ground running with the new rules era next year.Amid such a major regulations overhaul, teams will be looking to try to exploit any potential grey areas and unlock the kind of performance advantage that Brawn GP had in 2009 when it led the ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/f1-2022-innovations-less-obvious-than-double-diffusers/6688980/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Haas: Self-critical Schumacher has right attitude

Schumacher earned plaudits for grabbing a spot in Q2 at the recent Turkish Grand Prix, the first time that a Haas car had properly escaped Q1 this season on a pure pace basis.And while it has not been an easy season for the son of seven-time champion Michael, with Haas having the slowest car in the field, the American-owned squad is impressed with the youngster's attitude.Ayao Komatsu, who ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/haas-self-critical-schumacher-has-right-attitude/6689270/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Wrestling with the past: The burden of the Jewish legacy

The documentary "Tacheles: The Heart of the Matter" tells the story of a third-generation Jew who tries to free himself from the Holocaust legacy by playing a computer game.

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Opinion: German coalition talks have a long way to go

The road to a new German government has become clearer: The SPD, Greens and FDP have agreed to coalition talks. So far, things may have gone well, but negotiations won't be easy, writes DW's Kay-Alexander Scholz.

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Exposed: How big farm lobbies undermine EU's green agriculture plan

Farmers and lobby groups are split on an EU agricultural reform that may increase farmers' incomes and consumers' prices. A DW joint report reveals a rift between farmers and the groups purporting to represent them.

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German officials seize 1.2 tons of banned stimulant khat

Bavarian customs officers have found a large shipment of khat bound for the US market. Smugglers had hoped to trick officials into thinking the narcotic plant leaves were an ordinary domestic adornment.

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Austin bumps set to "complicate" USA F1 weekend, says Gasly

Bumps at the Austin venue have been an ever-present during F1's tenure there, with instability of the land on which the circuit is built leading to an uneven surface.While work has been regularly done on the track to try to improve the situation, the COTA bumps were a major talking point at the recent MotoGP race there as riders complained about them.A request has been put in for a track ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/austin-bumps-set-to-complicate-usa-f1-weekend/6688812/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Israeli diver finds 900-year-old Crusader sword

An amateur off the Mediterranean coast diver has discovered a sword dating back to the Middle Ages. Experts believe the site of discovery is home to several archaeological treasures.

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Germany: Trial of ex-Nazi camp secretary restarts

The 96-year-old had tried to escape on the initial day of her trial on September 30 and was only arrested hours later. She is accused of complicity in the murder of over 10,000 people.

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O’Ward: Herta has "everything to be successful" in Formula 1

Andretti Autosport is understood to be closing in on a deal to take a majority stake in Sauber, which runs the Alfa Romeo-branded team in F1, and add to its extensive racing portfolio.If the deal is completed, it could pave the way for Andretti IndyCar driver Herta to join the F1 grid in the future, potentially as early as next season should allowances be made for him to gain a ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/oward-herta-has-everything-to-be-successful-in-formula-1/6688779/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Wolff: DNFs will make the difference in F1 championship fight

Hamilton lost the lead of the drivers’ standings after crossing the line fifth last time out in Turkey, with Verstappen’s second-place finish enough to give him a six-point advantage at the top of the table.Hamilton fought back from 11th place on the grid following an engine penalty, but had been in contention for a podium before Mercedes opted to keep him out while cars around him pitted ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/wolff-dnfs-will-make-the-difference-in-f1-championship-fight/6688759/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Turkey summons 10 envoys over calls for Kavala's release

The ambassadors, including Germany's, had urged a "just and speedy" resolution to Osman Kavala's case. He has been in jail for four years on charges linked to 2013 anti-government protests.

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Patents to tackle plastic waste on the rise

As the use of plastic increases, scientists and inventors around the world are looking for ways to get a handle on the problem. Recent patent data points to promising innovations, especially from Europe and the US.

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Ecuador declares state of emergency over crime wave

The South American country is grappling with a surge in violent crime and deadly prison riots. The government has pointed to drug trafficking and consumption as the underlying problem.

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North Korea test fires ballistic missile off east coast

The military in South Korea has confirmed the projectile was a submarine-launched ballistic missile. It comes as intelligence chiefs from the US, South Korea and Japan meet in Seoul.

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Top US envoy to Afghanistan Khalilzad steps down

The top US envoy to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad is stepping down, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said. The State Department's inspector general has also opened investigations into the withdrawal.

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US: Biden DOJ asks Supreme Court to block Texas abortion ban

Justice Department officials say the law is "plainly unconstitutional" and want it blocked until legal clarity is found on the matter. The court previously allowed the ban to go into effect.

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Politicians across the world face growing dangers

The killing of British MP David Amess during a constituency meeting has caused international dismay and drawn attention to a dangerous trend: Politicians worldwide are in increasing danger of their lives.

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Germany marks 80th anniversary of first Jewish deportations

German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier spoke of the importance of fighting the ongoing threat of antisemitism wherever it appears, noting the crimes of the past had taken place in plain sight.

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Czech President Zeman unable to perform duties: official

Czech Senate speaker Milos Vystrcil said there is little chance that Zeman will return to the office in the coming weeks. Zeman was supposed to choose the next government.

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Danica Patrick: US needs American F1 driver, wants Herta on grid

Patrick, who is joining Sky Sports F1's coverage of this weekend's US Grand Prix at Austin, says the sport has grown a lot of the past few years thanks to the success of Netflix's Drive to Survive series."I definitely think that the Netflix series Drive to Survive has been a big deal," Patrick told Motorsport.TV."I've had so many people over the years come to me and say: 'Hey, have you ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/danica-patrick-us-needs-american-f1-driver-wants-herta-on-grid/6688453/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Albania's Rama decries 'dangers' of online media freedom

Albanian Premier Edi Rama has said online media can cause damage in the same way as Nazi propaganda, pedophilia and terrorism. Critics say he is using this view to justify his attempts to restrain media freedoms.

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Newey on top of Red Bull’s F1 set-up headaches after injury return

Newey, who is chief technical officer at Red Bull, had missed several races after hurting himself in a cycling crash over the summer break.After hospital treatment and a fairly lengthy recovery, Newey was finally fit enough to return to working in the F1 garage at the recent Turkish Grand Prix.Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko reckoned that Newey’s absence had not hurt his ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/newey-on-top-of-red-bulls-f1-set-up-headaches-after-injury-return/6688455/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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O’Ward: ‘I’d be lying’ to deny interest in future F1 move

O’Ward will take part in the post-season F1 test at the Yas Marina Circuit in December after winning a bet with McLaren chief Zak Brown by scoring his first IndyCar victory in Texas earlier this year.To prepare for his F1 test, O’Ward visited McLaren’s UK base in Woking last week, completing three days in the simulator and undergoing a seat fit in the MCL35M car.While his focus ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/oward-id-be-lying-to-deny-interest-in-future-f1-move/6688435/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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China denies hypersonic missile launch amid US concerns

A Financial Times report suggested China had launched a low orbit "missile" that could penetrate current defense systems. The Far Eastern superpower said it was for "peaceful" usage.

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Breast cancer in Africa: A growing dilemma

As the world marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we examine the rising rates of breast cancer in Nigeria, Uganda and Malawi. Lifesaving information is often scarce and many patients lack access to adequate treatment.

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RL Grime Halloween Livestream

I know from RL’s Twitter / the website that the stream is on 10/28 and then re-broadcasted the next night as well. I am unavailable both nights to watch - is it going to make it onto YouTube like last year’s? Will the set be added to SoundCloud or streaming services? I would like to see the visuals but would settle for just getting to hear it.

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Big upsets bring excitment to the Women's Bundesliga

The Women's Bundesliga provided quite the spectacle with two shocking upsets involving Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg. Werder Bremen celebrated a passionate first victory, and Sassuolo are overachieving in Italy.

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Archive: The background figure keeping F1's new Canadian hero on track

Every year there's a flood of young hopefuls trying to make it into F1, but some have a better chance than others. These are the guys who, in addition to GSM phones and carbon fibre briefcases, already have the ultimate driver accessory - the personal manager.It's not just the new boys who need a hand. Damon Hill was always rightly proud of the fact that he made it to the top on his own, doing ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/archive-the-background-figure-keeping-f1s-new-canadian-hero-on-track-/6688315/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Extra 1.5-second fire protection from new F1 gloves important - Masi

After Romain Grosjean’s accident in Bahrain last year left the French driver with burns to his hands the FIA began a push for extra protection, in conjunction with the manufacturers.With the agreement of the FIA stewards five drivers and four suppliers participated in a test of prototypes in practice at the Turkish GP, essentially to test how the gloves felt when used in anger.Those ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/extra-15-second-fire-protection-from-new-f1-gloves-important-masi/6688347/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Bottas: Certainty over F1 future helping me focus on driving

The Finn spent much of the year fighting to show his Mercedes bosses that he deserved a fresh deal for 2022.However, a run of frustrating races and the continued impressive form of George Russell meant that Mercedes elected not to retain him.Instead, Bottas has secured a move to Alfa Romeo for next season, and he says getting that deal in the bag has brought with it a noticeable difference ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/bottas-certainty-over-f1-future-helping-me-focus-on-driving/6688148/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Germany: Antisemitism is 'daily reality,' says musician Gil Ofarim

A recent incident involving the Jewish musician Gil Ofarim has sparked debate about antisemitism in Germany. Media have cast doubt on part of his account, but he says that does not detract from the gravity of the case.

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Russia suspends its mission to NATO

The announcement comes after NATO expelled eight members of the Russian mission to the military alliance.

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Ethiopia: Airstrikes hit Tigray capital — local sources

The announcement was made by regional TV controlled by the Tigrayan People's Liberation Front and confirmed by humanitarian sources. They are the first air raids on Mekele since the conflict began a year ago.

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What is your favorite switch-up of all time?

We all love that moment when a song takes a fat 180 and blows your fkn mind. Which song(s) has/have your favorite switch-up(s)? Some that come to mind for me are Good4u - Zhu; pretty much anything Tsuruda makes (Dragon of the Darkness Flame & Kaioh come to mind); Pulsar by Hukae; some stuff on the new Traka album, and, of course, Core - Djemba's Selassie Bootleg.

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Afghanistan to start polio vaccination drive next month

The campaign will be the first polio inoculation drive to take place in three years. The Taliban had previously told communities that vaccines were a conspiracy against Muslims.

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Former Renault F1 engine boss Taffin joins ORECA as technical director

The 46-year-old left Renault's Alpine F1 team where he was powertrain technical director in June and will start his new role at ORECA overseeing its projects at its Signes headquarters near Paul Ricard and its satellite operation at Magny-Cours in December.He will oversee both ORECA's chassis operations, which include the production of the benchmark 07 LMP2 prototype, and its engine ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/wec/news/former-renault-f1-engine-boss-taffin-joins-oreca-as-technical-director/6688203/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Petronas remains committed to Mercedes F1 team, Aramco rumours dismissed

The Malaysian oil giant has been a sponsor and technical partner of Mercedes since the German car manufacturer’s F1 return in 2020.Its logos have appeared prominently on the Mercedes cars ever since, and its fuel and oils have played a critical role in helping the team deliver seven consecutive F1 championship doubles.The deal between Mercedes and Petronas has been extended several ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/petronas-remains-committed-to-mercedes-f1-team-aramco-rumours-dismissed/6688193/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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What's at stake at COP26?

A UN climate summit in Glasgow will pressure world leaders to stop burning fossil fuels, stabilize global temperatures and share money to adapt to increasingly extreme weather.

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China reaches for strategic power cuts amid energy crisis

Blackouts and power cuts in the world's second-largest economy have drawn attention to fuel supply problems that could complicate the country's pandemic recovery. DW unpacks why the lights went out in China.

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Ferrari: P3 in F1 championship clear target after gains on McLaren

Ferrari cut into McLaren’s advantage in the fight for third in the standings last time out in Turkey, reducing the gap to 7.5 points with six races remaining.The small margin comes despite McLaren’s 1-2 at Monza last month where the team picked up maximum points on race day, with its lead rising to 17.5 points after Russia before the tables turned in Turkey.Ferrari has always ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/ferrari-p3-in-f1-championship-clear-target-after-gains-on-mclaren/6688120/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Myanmar to free over 5,000 political prisoners

The leader of Myanmar's ruling military junta has said the release of thousands of people jailed for taking part in anti-coup protests was for "humanitarian reasons."

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Kuwait: Fire breaks out at oil refinery

An explosion at a refinery in Kuwait has sent plumes of smoke billowing into the sky. There are no reports of any casualties.

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New Zealand increases climate aid ahead of UN summit

At least 50% of the increased funds are set to go to Pacific island nations as part of a plan to help countries most vulnerable to the effects of climate change.

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China: Economic growth slows in third quarter

Troubles in the property sector, an energy crisis and shortages due to the coronavirus pandemic have contributed to weakened growth in the world's second-largest economy.

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El Salvador: Thousands march against President Nayib Bukele

Demonstrators in the capital San Salvador rallied against what they say is increasing authoritarianism. President Nayib Bukele has stacked the highest court in his favor and made bitcoin legal tender.

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Belarus expels French ambassador — report

France's ambassador to Belarus has left the country, reportedly following Minsk's order. The move comes after his meeting with a banned civil society group and a diplomatic snub to President Alexander Lukashenko.

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Haiti: 17 US, Canadian missionaries and family kidnapped

The missionaries had been heading home from building an orphanage when they were pulled off a bus by a gang, according to media reports. Haiti has already witnessed more than 300 kidnappings this year.

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Haiti: 17 US, Canadian missionaries kidnapped

The missionaries were visiting an orphanage when they were abducted by a gang. Haiti has already witnessed more than 300 kidnappings this year.

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Lewandowski, Gnabry at the double as Bayern blitz Leverkusen

A top-of-the-table clash ended up resembling an exhibition game. Bayer Leverkusen were terrible. Bayern Munich were ruthlessly brilliant. And the Bundesliga faces the same old questions, writes Matt Ford from Leverkusen.

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Former President Bill Clinton released from hospital

Clinton had spent five nights in the California hospital due to a urological infection. He will return to New York to finish antibiotic treatment, a spokesman said.

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Former US President Bill Clinton released from hospital

Clinton had spent five nights in the California hospital due to a urological infection. He will return to New York to finish antibiotic treatment, a spokesman said.

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India: Flooding, landslides leave 21 dead in Kerala

Heavy rains have swept through towns and submerged vehicles in the southern Indian state. The National Disaster Response Force and the Indian army have been deployed to assist with rescue efforts.

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Coronavirus digest: Mecca Grand Mosque drops social distancing

The Saudi government has lifted social distancing measures, allowing full-capacity attendance at the Grand Mosque in the holy city of Mecca for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Follow DW for the latest.

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Erdogan says US may sell F-16s to Turkey

The US had previously blocked Turkey from buying fighter jets because the Turkish government had purchased S-400 defense air systems from Moscow.

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EU warns of fuel poverty due to energy price crunch

The number of people unable to heat their homes this winter is expected to rise, says EU Labor Commissioner Nicolas Schmit. Rising global oil, gas and coal prices are causing a huge spike in electricity bills.

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How high-tech F1 has changed the race engineer role

However, it has now transformed into a very complex role. It requires an individual to not only deal with the driver aspect, but be at the top of a communication chain that includes the pit-wall, garage and remote factory operations to offer analysis in real time.In simple language, a race engineer is now a driver interface fed by real-time data.Recent weather impacted races in Russia and ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/how-high-tech-f1-has-changed-the-race-engineer-role/6687743/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Golden Dawn is down, but far right rises again in Greece

A year after the neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn was banned, other nationalist groups are cropping up across Greece. Extremist attacks have become more frequent in the past month.

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Germany still top destination for asylum-seekers in Europe

The number of asylum applications in Germany has risen again this year. Along with traditional routes through Greece, Italy and Spain, Belarus has become a major migration route in the last few months.

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Norris: Openness over mental health important to help others

The McLaren driver has confessed to facing some troubled times during his early F1 career, as he struggled coping with the pressure to perform at such a young age.But after working with both a good external support team, and his own McLaren squad, the young Briton has got himself in to a happy place and is now enjoying grand prix racing again.While some top sports stars have been reluctant ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/norris-openness-over-mental-health-important-to-help-others/6687739/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Germany: Green Party holds convention on coalition talks

After initial talks, the top team of climate-friendly Greens has agreed to join formal coalition talks with the Social Democrats and the neo-liberal FDP. But the decision must be put to a vote of party delegates.

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Lebanon army probes soldier over firing at protesters

The army is investigating a soldier suspected of firing towards protesters during Thursday's deadly clashes over the Beirut blast probe. Meanwhile, families of the blast victims have backed the judge leading the probe.

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Haiti: 15 US missionaries and family kidnapped

The missionaries had been heading home from building an orphanage when they were pulled off a bus by a gang, according to media reports. Haiti has witnessed more than 600 kidnappings already this year.

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Historians wanted Macron to call Paris massacre state crime

On October 17, 1961, tens of thousands of French and Algerian citizens took to the streets to protest a curfew imposed in Paris and its suburbs. Dozens were shot, beaten to death or drowned in the brutal police response.

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Borussia Dortmund: Reus, Haaland score but Malen must wait

Marco Reus and Erling Haaland were on the scoresheet again as Borussia Dortmund eased past Mainz. But the third member of their attacking trio, new big money signing Donyell Malen, is not yet off the mark in the league.

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Germany: CDU chief Laschet shoulders blame for election debacle

Armin Laschet, the leader of Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats, says he will quit as head of Germany's most populous state. The announcement came as he took responsibility for the party's poor election performance.

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Italy: Thousands descend on Rome for anti-fascist protest

Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Rome over rising fascism in the country. The action comes a week after right-wing groups stormed trade union headquarters.

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How unlucky has Alonso really been in F1 2021?

But how unlucky has he really been in 2021?At Istanbul Park Alonso excelled in qualifying and managed to start in fifth, but during a wet start he was spun around at Turn 1 by AlphaTauri's Pierre Gasly, who was sandwiched in between Alonso and Red Bull's Sergio Perez.Trying to claw his way back, Alonso then made contact with Haas driver Mick Schumacher after a late divebomb, which the ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/how-unlucky-has-alonso-really-been-in-f1-2021/6687454/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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NASA launches Lucy mission to probe Jupiter asteroids

NASA launched a spacecraft on a 12-year mission to explore Jupiter's Trojan asteroids for the first time. The probe will gather new insights into the formation of the solar system.

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Russia: Deputy PM addresses European gas supply crunch

Speaking on state TV, Russia's deputy prime minister addressed Europe's gas supply crunch. Prices have increased 800% this year, which Russia blames on reserve shortfalls.

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Unease as Nigeria marks one year after #EndSARS protests

One year after #EndSARS protests rocked Nigeria, police have warned against a repeat to mark the anniversary. The largest protest in Nigeria's history ended after the army allegedly killed at least 12 demonstrators.

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Bundesliga live: Bayer Leverkusen vs. Bayern Munich

The Bundesliga returns after an international break with a meeting of the top two. Can Leverkusen prove to be geunine title contenders, or is it another false dawn. Follow all the live buildup here.

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The Schumacher Monaco conundrum that complicates F1 pole debate

With the fight for the front in qualifying being a pretty fraught affair, it’s no surprise that the&nbsp;driver&nbsp;who comes out on top wants to&nbsp;feel&nbsp;rewarded.In Turkey, for example, Lewis Hamilton was a little bit disappointed that an engine grid penalty meant his supreme Q3 effort will never be recorded in the history books.PLUS: F1's missing pole winners“Well, I ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/the-schumacher-monaco-conundrum-that-complicates-f1-pole-debate/6687339/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Merkel meets Erdogan during farewell stop in Istanbul

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he hopes to continue working well with new German government during Chancellor Angela Merkel's farewell visit to the country.

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China pressures Hong Kong in dispute over Tiananmen sculpture

Voices critical of the Chinese government are increasingly being silenced in Hong Kong. The city's university wants to remove Pillar of Shame, a monument to the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing.

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UK leaders pay tribute to slain lawmaker David Amess

Among British politicians paying tribute Saturday was UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Amess was stabbed to death while holding meetings in his constituency east of London Friday.

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Violence erupts at protest against Berlin camp eviction

Police say officers were attacked and cars torched as thousands of people gathered in opposition to the clearance of the radical left-wing Köpi-Platz encampment in central Berlin.

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Vettel: Too many races could stop F1 being "special"

Read Also:How a change of mindset helped McLaren design an F1 winnerQatar circuit pitlane entry changed "dramatically" for F1 raceBinotto to skip races in "critical phase" for 2022 Ferrari F1 projectThe confirmation on Friday of F1’s 2022 schedule means the series is heading for its biggest ever season next year with 23 races crammed in between the middle of March ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/vettel-too-many-races-could-stop-f1-being-special/6687338/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Ricciardo to demo Earnhardt NASCAR Cup car at US GP

After joining McLaren at the start of the season, Ricciardo accepted a wager with Brown over him scoring his first podium for the team.With memories still fresh of Ricciardo’s famous tattoo bet with his former Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul, Brown was eager to avoid any physical discomfort from needles so opted for a racing incentive instead.With Ricciardo being a big fan of Dale Earnhardt ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/ricciardo-to-drive-earnhardt-nascar-cup-car-at-us-gp/6687135/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Formula 1 reveals record-length 23-race 2022 calendar

Following a meeting of the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council on Friday, a draft schedule for next season was released.The calendar, which stretches from the season opener in Bahrain on 20 March and finishes with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on 20 November, has been put together as the sport hopes for a more normal season.With the last two campaigns having been badly impacted by the coronavirus ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/formula-1-reveals-record-length-23-race-2022-calendar/6687087/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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Binotto to skip races in "critical phase" for 2022 Ferrari F1 project

Last year Binotto sat out Turkish and Bahrain Grands Prix to work from Ferrari's base as a test run for this season, when teams are forced combine a packed calendar with an intensive development programme for 2022's all-new cars.Binotto also missed the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix due to illness, handing over the reins on the ground to Ferrari's sporting director Laurent Mekies.Following on from ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/binotto-to-skip-races-in-critical-phase-for-2022-ferrari-f1-project/6686838/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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COVID: Pandemic anxiety on the rise in India

Mental health experts stress that it's important to tackle the problem immediately to prevent it from turning into a major health and social crisis.

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Igor Levit plays in memory of Thomas Mann

Pianist Igor Levit inaugurates the grand piano of Nobel Prize winner for literature Thomas Mann in the USA. A symbol of good transatlantic relations.

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Pakistan: New religious body draws ire from rights activists

Pakistan is setting up a new religious body as part of efforts to push for an "Islamic welfare state." But activists warn the new authority could jeopardize the lives of women and religious minorities.

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Germany intends to return Benin bronzes to Nigeria

A resolution is imminent in the dispute over more than 1,000 bronzes stolen from the former kingdom of Benin. Germany wants to return all the objects to Nigeria.

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Qatar circuit pitlane entry changed "dramatically" for F1 race

Masi visited the regular MotoGP venue this summer immediately after the Hungarian GP, in company with F1 sporting director Steve Nielsen, while negotiations to hold a race were still under way.Although the track has an FIA Grade 1 licence for car racing and was used for a GP2 Asia event in 2009, Masi's inspection confirmed exactly what work was required in order to make it suitable for current ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/qatar-circuit-pitlane-entry-changed-dramatically-for-f1-race/6686840/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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UK lawmaker stabbed mutiple times

David Amess, a lawmaker in British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party has been stabbed multiple times. Essex police arrested a man. The politician's condition is unclear.

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UK lawmaker stabbed mutiiple times

David Amess, a lawmaker in British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party has been stabbed multiple times. Essex police arrested a man. The politician's condition is unclear.

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UK conservative lawmaker Amess stabbed multiple times

David Amess, a lawmaker in British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party has been stabbed multiple times. Essex police arrested a man. The politician's condition is unclear.

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UK Conservative lawmaker David Amess stabbed multiple times

David Amess, a lawmaker in British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party has been stabbed multiple times. Essex police arrested a man. The politician's condition is unclear.

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UK lawmaker David Amess dies after being stabbed multiple times

David Amess, a lawmaker in British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party has died after being stabbed multiple times. He was attacked during a constituent meeting. Essex police arrested a 25-year-old suspect.

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How Japan keeps its elderly employed and active

Instead of using retirement to relax, many Japanese prefer to put their skills and knowledge to the best use for society, and have gone back to work. They say staying at work keeps them mentally and physically fit.

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How a change of mindset helped McLaren design an F1 winner

Ongoing difficulties with engine supplier Honda in 2017 left it facing performance and reliability troubles, and it ended the campaign ninth in the standings for the second time in three years.Its transformation since then has been remarkable, and its shock 1-2 at this year's Italian Grand Prix has helped it already deliver more points this season than any campaign in the turbo hybrid ...<a href="https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/how-a-change-of-mindset-helped-mclaren-design-an-f1-winner/6686899/?utm_source=RSS&amp;utm_medium=referral&amp;utm_campaign=RSS-F1&amp;utm_term=News&amp;utm_content=uk">Keep reading</a>

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