Also starting Tuesday morning, travelers entering the U.K. are required to take a PCR test and self-isolate until they receive a negative result.
The extension to all adults 18 and older will allow about 13 million more people to get the booster. So far, the U.K. has given about 17.5 million boosters.
British and French authorities have called it the "biggest tragedy" involving immigrants in the crossing.
Christmas crackers might be in short supply in Northern Ireland this year because of a dispute involving a customs border established after Brexit.
The influx of people making the journey has seen several migrants injured and even killed, while increasingly frequent clashes add to the disarray.
Megan Harrison said she was "absolutely disgusted" by Starbuck's response to her puppy's death after she was offered a £250 voucher as compensation.
Global consumers are witnessing a huge spike in oil and gas prices concerning people's bills in the coming months.
Police said the man suspected of stabbing a lawmaker had previously been suspected of radicalization but was not on a watch list.
Critics and scientists have decried Britain's transition back to behavior that may have been safe before the pandemic, but now leaves people at risk.
The man arrested in the murder of Conservative lawmaker David Arness has not been identified as a terror suspect, but is being held on suspicion of murder.
U.K. citizens traveling in India must undergo COVID-19 testing and quarantine for 10 days, similar to restrictions placed on Indian citizens in the U.K.
"It leaves an unpleasant taste of being disdained and sidelined," said Pierre Vimont, a former French ambassador to the United States.
Insulate Britain protestors want the Conservative government to insulate "all of Britain's 29 million leaky homes by 2030, and all social housing by 2025."
A ministry official called the U.S.-Britain-Australia nuclear-powered submarine alliance an "extremely" dangerous move that could set off a nuclear arms race.
The AUKUS deal is "not something that anybody needs to worry about, and particularly not our French friends," U.K. Prime Minster Boris Johnson said.
"The only crime I committed was being dumb enough to join IS," said Shamima Begum, who ran away from home at 15 years old to Syria.
Starting August 16, anyone who has been fully vaccinated can opt to take daily COVID-19 tests, but many businesses have pushed for the change to come sooner.
Dr. Shigeru Omi said the next two months will be the "most crucial stage" in Japan's fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
But system is still to slow to catch Russia's 6,000 mph "unstoppable" Zircon nuke which is reported to have a top speed of between Mach 6 and Mach 8.
Acknowledging the "considerable pressure" for countries to lift COVID-19 restrictions, the WHO advised that a lack of caution will only perpetuate the virus.
Matt Hancock announced that he has resigned following the release of pictures showing him kissing an aide, in an apparent breach of the U.K.'s social-distancing guidelines.
Britain's health secretary was photographed breaking social distancing rules. He apologized, but the Labour Party called for his removal.
Russia deployed fighter jets to Syria for drills in a show of force amid high tensions with Britain.
Benjamin Glynn, 39, had his passport confiscated by Singaporean authorities and is worried that he will have to wait up to 12 months until he goes on trial.
The president was talking about how the United States and Russia can work together to help the people of "Libya."
The U.K. recorded over 8,000 new cases, the highest since late February, mostly all connected to the Delta variant. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will announce on Monday if England will still lift social distancing restrictions.
French President Emmanuel Macron wants the European Union to match the U.S.' ambitions of donating 500 million vaccines. He has insisted on helping Africa in particular.
The U.K. and EU's inability to come to an agreement on policies has led to threats of legal action as tensions rise in Northern Ireland.
A tribunal, made up of lawyers, academics and business people, set up to assess whether China's alleged rights abuses against the Uyghur people constitute genocide, opened Friday in London.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock attributed the success and acceptance of the vaccination plan to their attempts of distributing the vaccine fairly.