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1 Million People Have Died of COVID-19. It’s a Reminder That We Still Have So Much to Do 1 Million People Have Died of COVID-19. It’s a Reminder That We Still Have So Much to Do

1 Million People Have Died of COVID-19. It’s a Reminder That We Still Have So Much to Do

By 1 year ago

With an ever-climbing tally of COVID-19 infections, deaths, and calculations about how quickly the virus is spreading, the numbers can start to lose meaning. But one million is a resonant milestone. According to the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, the world has now lost one million lives to the new coronavirus. It’s easy to draw…

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Facebook and Twitter ‘dismantle Russian network’ Facebook and Twitter ‘dismantle Russian network’

Facebook and Twitter ‘dismantle Russian network’

By 1 year ago

Image copyright Reuters Facebook says it has dismantled a small network of accounts and pages that were part of a Russian influence operation.The company said the campaign was linked to Russia’s Internet Research Agency (IRA), an organisation close to the Russian government and accused of interference in the 2016 US election.Twitter also suspended five accounts…

TikTok sale deadline won’t be extended, says Trump TikTok sale deadline won’t be extended, says Trump

TikTok sale deadline won’t be extended, says Trump

By 1 year ago

Publishedduration11 Septemberimage copyrightGetty ImagesThe Chinese owner of TikTok has until 15 September – and not a day longer – to find an American buyer for the video-sharing app, or face being banned in the US, according to President Donald Trump.“There will be no extension of the TikTok deadline,” Mr Trump said.The president has given the…

Man dies after boat overturns on loch near Coylton Man dies after boat overturns on loch near Coylton

Man dies after boat overturns on loch near Coylton

By 1 year ago

Publishedduration20 minutes agoimage copyrightGeographA 21-year-old has died after his boat overturned on a South Ayrshire loch.The incident happened on Snipe Loch, near the village of Coylton, at about 18:05 on Sunday.A police spokeswoman said: “There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death and a full report will be forwarded to the procurator fiscal.”Related TopicsCoylton

Covid: Online lessons for Manchester Met students amid coronavirus cases Covid: Online lessons for Manchester Met students amid coronavirus cases

Covid: Online lessons for Manchester Met students amid coronavirus cases

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Image copyright REUTERS/Phil Noble All first year and foundation students at Manchester Metropolitan University will be taught online for the next two weeks to curb the spread of Covid-19.They are among thousands of students who have been told to self-isolate at universities in the UK amid outbreaks.Some have questioned why they were told to leave…

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Coronavirus: Government warned football structure at risk of collapse Coronavirus: Government warned football structure at risk of collapse

Coronavirus: Government warned football structure at risk of collapse

By 1 year ago

How long can football clubs survive without the return of fans in the stadium?Football is now at risk of “the collapse of the national league structure that we have known for over 100 years”, the government has been warned. A group of prominent figures has written a joint letter urging ministers to help with a…

Racism in football: Our stories Racism in football: Our stories

Racism in football: Our stories

By 1 year ago

Ten people share their experiences of racism across all levels of football.Warning: This video contains offensive languageREAD MORE:Racism in football: Our stories

Covid: Manchester mayor calls for ‘urgent review’ of 10pm curfew Covid: Manchester mayor calls for ‘urgent review’ of 10pm curfew

Covid: Manchester mayor calls for ‘urgent review’ of 10pm curfew

By 1 year ago

Publishedduration3 minutes agoimage copyrightShutterstockimage captionGreater Manchester’s night-time economy tsar said the closures were “ill thought out” and “shambolic”The mayor of Greater Manchester has called for an “urgent review” of the 10pm closures for pubs and restaurants. Andy Burnham said it meant people were gathering in homes and supermarkets that were “packed out to the rafters”…

Bundesliga highlights: Hoffenheim thrash Bayern Munich 4-1 to end long unbeaten run Bundesliga highlights: Hoffenheim thrash Bayern Munich 4-1 to end long unbeaten run

Bundesliga highlights: Hoffenheim thrash Bayern Munich 4-1 to end long unbeaten run

By 1 year ago

Watch highlights as Bayern Munich suffer their first defeat since December 2019, beaten 4-1 at Hoffenheim.READ MORE: Bayern Munich suffer first defeat of 2020Available to UK users only.

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Yoko Ishida’s New Song “Next Chapter” to be Featured as World Witches United Front’s Theme Song

By 1 year ago

Anison singer Yoko Ishida’s new song “Next Chapter” will be featured as the theme song for ForwardWorks and Cave Interactive’s co-developed upcoming smartphone game app World Witches United Front. The news was announced at the advance screening web program for the first episode of the TV anime Strike Witches: ROAD to BERLIN held on September…

Diversity Wins: Why D&I Matters More Than Ever

By 1 year ago

For a long time, we’ve known that strong diversity and inclusion within companies is a powerful enabler of business performance. But new research from McKinsey shows that companies whose leaders welcome diverse talents and include multiple perspectives are likely to emerge from the pandemic crisis stronger. If companies deprioritize D&I during the crisis, the impact…

Former Trump Campaign Manager Brad Parscale Detained After Threatening to Harm Himself Former Trump Campaign Manager Brad Parscale Detained After Threatening to Harm Himself

Former Trump Campaign Manager Brad Parscale Detained After Threatening to Harm Himself

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President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Brad Parscale was detained by police in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Sunday after barricading himself in his home and threatening to harm himself, according to a police statement. Fort Lauderdale police said they went to Parscale’s home about 4 p.m. local time after receiving a 911 call about an…

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