Vaccine tension, Suez blocked, Facebook espionage, Himalayan crisis

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The UK and EU have moved to calm tensions over access to coronavirus jabs

British and European officials on Wednesday issued a joint statement saying they’d discussed developing a “reciprocally beneficial relationship” to tackle Covid-19, after a top official in Brussels accused the UK of “vaccine nationalism”; a grounded container ship has blocked traffic in one of the world’s most critical shipping passages; and the rush to produce hydroelectric power in the Himalayas is adding to a crisis already exacerbated by climate change. 

UK and EU move to calm tensions over access to vaccines

https://www.ft.com/content/da800a0d-cd27-48d1-a06f-d0c49599c5d2

Suez Canal blocked after huge container ship runs aground

https://www.ft.com/content/eec9f3a6-2817-45f5-b007-a290f3e530c6

Facebook says Chinese hackers tried to spy on Uyghur dissidents

https://www.ft.com/content/70b94c78-474a-475a-b242-924f6b11929f

Crisis in the Himalayas: climate change and unsustainable development

https://www.ft.com/content/387f5b4d-69cd-45f6-b0fc-69d659381109

Nationwide to allow all office-based employees to ‘work anywhere’

https://www.ft.com/content/b4692568-0f60-4a32-9f86-fad222f319ff?


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