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Afghanistan's most pressing need is cash: Red Cross
Afghanistan is facing a looming humanitarian crisis as aid organizations struggle with ways to pay doctors, nurses and others on the ground because there is currently no way to transfer salaries to bank accounts there, the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross said.
Poland warns migrant crisis could last for years
Poland warned on Wednesday that the crisis on the Belarusian border could last for months or even years, a day after Polish forces used tear gas and water cannon to deter migrants.
Protesters worldwide demand action on climate crisis
Protests took to the streets for a second day in cities around the world as part of a global mobilisation against what campaigners say is a lack of urgency to address global warming at a crunch United Nations climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland.
UK lorry driver shortage not improving: Industry
Britain's chronic lorry driver shortage, sparked by Brexit and coronavirus fallout, shows no sign of improvement despite government efforts, industry bosses said Tuesday.
Qatar powerless to ease global energy crisis
Qatar, the world's largest seller of liquefied natural gas (LNG), told consumers it was powerless to cool energy prices as British steelmakers said they could be forced to halt output in the face of soaring costs.
UK Army to deliver petrol from Monday amid fuel crisis
The British Army will begin delivering petrol to fuel stations on Monday to help alleviate the ongoing crisis after fears over tanker driver shortages led to panic buying, the government said.
British gas pumps run dry, long queues outside few open stations
Many British gas stations were still dry on Friday after a chaotic week that saw panic-buying, fights at the pumps and drivers hoarding fuel in water bottles after an acute shortage of truck drivers strained supply chains to breaking point.
British Army to start driving tankers as queues for fuel continue
British soldiers will start driving tankers to replenish empty pumps as drivers queued again for fuel after days of shortages, despite Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying the situation was improving.
Calls to prioritise key workers in UK fuel crisis
The UK government on Tuesday faced calls for nurses, police, teachers and other key workers to be given priority at petrol pumps, as the army was put on standby to ease a fuel supply crisis.
Fuel 'panic-buying' in UK could see army to rescue
Britain experienced further 'panic-buying' of motor fuel Monday as a shortage of lorry drivers on COVID and Brexit fallout could reportedly prompt the government to use the army to make deliveries.
Britain runs coal power stations amid soaring gas prices
Britain, which faces soaring natural gas prices, has been forced to run coal-fired power stations in order to secure energy supplies, electricity generation company Drax said.
Britain considers state loans as gas crisis roils energy firms
The British government is considering bailout loans to help steer energy suppliers through the ongoing gas pricing crisis.
UK scrambles to contain gas price crisis
The UK government is scrambling to respond to a surge in natural gas prices that has forced the closure of fertiliser plants, driven up consumer energy costs and now threatens the supply of products from meat to steel.
Tunisia union, parties refuse to discuss political crisis with U.S. senators
The Tunisian General Labor Union (UGTT) and two political parties rejected an invitation to discuss the political crisis with a U.S. congressional delegation visiting Tunisia, saying they refuse any foreign interference in local crisis.
Iran urges Tunisia to exercise self-restraint, solve problem through dialogue
Iran’s Foreign Ministry called on all groups in Tunisia to exercise self-restraint and solve the ongoing political crisis in the North African country through dialogue.

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