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1. States scale back virus reporting just as cases surge
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Several states scaled back their reporting of COVID-19 statistics this month just as cases across the country started to skyrocket, depriving the public of real-time information on outbreaks, cases, hospitalizations and deaths in their...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:30:46
2. Thousands march and dance for LGBTQ rights at Berlin parade
BERLIN (AP) — Some 35,000 revelers marched for LGBTQ rights at Berlin’s annual Christopher Street Day celebration on Saturday, twice as many as expected. The parade started with a call from Klaus Lederer, Berlin’s senator for culture, to make the city a...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:15:29
3. Thousands march in Hungary Pride parade to oppose LGBT law
BUDAPEST – Rising anger over the policies of Hungary's right-wing government filled the streets of the country's capital on Saturday as thousands of LGBT supporters marched in the annual Budapest Pride parade. March organizers expected record crowds at...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 19:07:38
4. Carbon-capture pipelines offer climate aid; activists wary
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Two companies seeking to build thousands of miles of pipeline across the Midwest are promising the effort will aid rather than hinder the fight against climate change, though some environmental groups remain skeptical. The...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:54:02
5. Fatuma Kadir: Missing 11-year-old girl from Bolton found in London
An 11-year-old girl who was reported missing after travelling from Greater Manchester to London has been found ‘safe and well’. Police had appealed for help tracing Fatuma Kadir, who left her parents’ home in Bolton on Thursday evening and arrived at...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:15:28
6. From solo jogging to solidarity: Park runs resume in England
LONDON — After 16 months of solo jogging, Saturday’s return of the weekly 5-kilometer mass runs in England’s parks was met with widespread jubilation. Days after all remaining lockdown restrictions were lifted in England, the organized 5K runs were...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 19:40:04
7. Airports and airlines expect busiest weekend of the year as summer takes off
Gatwick said flights to Spain and Greece are proving particularly popular with holidaymakers. Airports and airlines are expecting their busiest weekend of the year so far as schools close and the summer holidays begin for millions. Gatwick Airport said...
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2021-07-24 12:36:42
8. Javid urges public to get vaccinated after ‘full recovery’ from Covid-19
Javid urges public to get vaccinated after ‘full recovery’ from Covid-19 Sajid Javid (Yui Mok/PA) Health Secretary Sajid Javid said he has made a “full recovery” a week after testing positive for a coronavirus infection that ultimately sent the Prime...
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2021-07-24 17:38:23
9. Vatican closes 2020 with shortfall, but better than forecast
VATICAN CITY – The Vatican closed out 2020 with a deficit of 66.3 million euros ($78 million), which was better than projected and even lower than pre-pandemic 2019, according to figures released Saturday. The Vatican’s economy minister, the Rev. Juan...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:25:27
10. US rebounds from opening loss with 6-1 win over New Zealand
The Americans rebounded from their opening loss to Sweden with a 6-1 rout of New Zealand in front of the First Lady in the women’s soccer tournament at the Tokyo Olympics SAITAMA, Japan (AP) — The Americans rebounded from their opening loss with a 6-1...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:07:03
11. UK's summer getaway takes off but nothing like pre-COVID
LONDON – With all British schools now closed for the summer, airports and airlines were looking a tad more normal on Saturday, although the number of families heading off for warmer climes remains way down from before the coronavirus pandemic. This...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:49:21
12. Anti-corruption prosecutor praised by US flees Guatemala
LAS CHINAMAS – Anti-corruption prosecutor Juan Francisco Sandoval fled Guatemala late Friday, arriving in neighboring El Salvador just hours after he was removed from his post. Consuelo Porras, Guatemala’s attorney general, had accused the former head...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:52:33
13. Mario Lemina’s move to Nice from Southampton confirmed
Nice have confirmed the signing of Gabon midfielder Mario Lemina from Southampton The 27-year-old, who Saints signed for £15million from Juventus in 2017, had spent the past two seasons on loan at Galatasaray and Fulham. Lemina has previously played in...
14. Number of active wildfires in B.C. drops, one evacuation order lifted
VANCOUVER - The BC Wildfire Service says there are 258 wildfires currently burning in the province. That’s down from 275 fires reported in its last update Friday, and down from about 300 earlier in the week. There are 57 evacuation orders in place,...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:00:25
15. Team GB triathletes confident of medal push in bid to emulate Alistair Brownlee
Britain’s triathletes will look to step out of the shadow of Alistair Brownlee at the Odaiba Marine Park in Tokyo this week. Brownlee had to admit defeat in his bid to challenge for a third straight gold medal, with an ankle injury preventing him...
16. Residents return home after Second World War bomb safely detonated
Residents return home after Second World War bomb safely detonated Police said the bomb had been detonated safely (Joe Giddens/PA) Residents have been allowed to return to their homes and businesses have reopened after restrictions were put in place due...
17. Groups urge state to protect last wild Atlantic salmon in US
PORTLAND, Maine — Maine is home to the last wild Atlantic salmon populations in the U.S., but a new push to protect the fish at the state level is unlikely to land them on the endangered list. Atlantic salmon once teemed in U.S. rivers, but now return...
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2021-07-24 15:09:08
18. Far-right, other activists march against French virus rules
PARIS — Far-right activists and members of France’s yellow vest movement are holding protests Saturday against a bill requiring everyone to have a special virus pass to enter restaurants and other venues and mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for all health...
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2021-07-24 16:34:59
19. Man arrested after pickup truck crashes into Montreal business, police say
MONTREAL - A man was arrested for possible drunk driving after his vehicle crashed into a store in Montreal. An emergency call was placed at about 2:30 a.m., indicating that a pickup truck smashed into a business front door in the Rivière-des-Prairies...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:10:24
20. Max Whitlock holds his nerve to negotiate path through pommel qualifying
Defending champion Max Whitlock safely negotiated the nerve-racking qualification process at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre on the day one of his sport’s biggest stars bowed out. Whitlock has often acknowledged the inspiration he has gleaned from watching...
21. Mike Mitchell 'Gladiator,' 'Braveheart' Actor Dead at 65
Actor Mike Mitchell, who appeared in "Gladiator" and "Braveheart," has died ... TMZ has learned. Mitchell's rep tells TMZ the actor/bodybuilder died Friday on a boat in Turkey. The family says they believe he suffered a death from natural causes,...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 16:58:13
22. Learn about Saturday's harvest and the winners of the Tokyo Olympics... and the ranking of countries
Today's competitions in the Summer Olympics hosted by the Japanese capital, Tokyo, ended until August 8, as the competitions are still in their infancy, with a clear Chinese advantage, while some major countries still did not enter strongly and did not...
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2021-07-24 19:04:44
23. Can Jazz trio help respective countries achieve Olympic glory in Tokyo?
The Jazz’s Rudy Gobert, Joe Ingles and Miye Oni will all be on stage at the Games — as will Weber State star Damian Lillard, who will be competing for Team USA Beginning on July 25, the basketball hub of the world will be the Saitama Super Arena in...   Similar  
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2021-07-20 21:16:31
24. Canada's Mike Woods just missed out on an Olympic cycling medal. He's already looking to Paris
Article content Cyclist Mike Woods will be 37 years old in 2024. But on Saturday, after finishing just out of the medals in the Olympic road race, he said he intends to compete at the Paris...   Similar  
2021-07-24 18:00:54
25. Controversial Montreal Canadiens draft pick 'deeply regrets' sharing intimate photo
A prospect selected by the Montreal Canadiens in a controversial move at the NHL entry draft on Friday says he believes the team can help make him a better person. Logan Mailloux spoke with reporters Saturday, saying he "deeply regrets" taking a photo...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 19:06:22
26. Biles and Ledecky headline Day 2 of Olympic competition
TOKYO (AP) — Two of America’s star Olympians headline Sunday’s events at the Tokyo Games as Simone Biles and Katie Ledecky both begin their quests to rewrite the record books. The U.S. men’s basketball team begins play, while surfing makes its Olympic...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 19:17:45
27. Delhi Metro, buses to function at full capacity from Monday; cinemas, theatres to open at 50%
The Delhi Metro and public buses in the city will operate at full seating capacity while cinema halls, theatres and multiplexes will open with 50 per cent occupancy from Monday, according to the DDMA's latest unlock guidelines issued on Saturday. The...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:08:50
28. Iraq arrests 'cell' over deadly bombing claimed by IS
Baghdad (AFP) Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhemi announced Saturday the arrest of a "terror cell" behind a Baghdad market bombing that killed dozens and was claimed by the Islamic State group. The attack sparked revulsion and renewed fears about...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:29:46
29. Income Tax Department conducts searches PAN-India in a prominent group having diversified businesses
Ministry of Finance Income Tax Department conducts searches PAN-India in a prominent group having diversified businesses Posted On: 24 JUL 2021 8:14PM by PIB Delhi Income Tax Department carried out a search operation under section 132 of the Income - tax...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:03:46
30. Thousands march in Budapest Pride to oppose anti-LGBTQ law
Thousands of Hungarians have joined the annual Budapest Pride march to support LGBTQ people and protest against a law that limits teaching about homosexuality and transgender issues in schools. Hungary’s nationalist prime minister, Viktor Orbán, in...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:42:54
31. Far-right and others march against French virus rules
5 1of5A woman receives a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination center in Carry le Rouet, southern France, Friday, July 23, 2021. In France locals and tourists need now a special COVID pass to visit museums or movie theaters, the first step in a new...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:54:31
32. Oilers, Smith reach two-year extension
Edmonton Oilers general manager Ken Holland told reporters Thursday that a two-year extension for goaltender Mike Smith is finished. Holland confirms 2 year deal for Mike Smith is done. — Ryan Rishaug (@TSNRyanRishaug) July 22, 2021 He was set to become...   Similar  
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2021-07-22 20:19:44
33. Google Launches Doodle Champion Island Games to Celebrate Tokyo Olympics
Created in collaboration with a Japanese animation studio, the interactive Google Doodle game pays homage to 16-bit video games from...   Similar  
2021-07-23 14:19:47
34. How double-jabbed PIERS MORGAN caught Covid in Wembley chaos: Star reveals in Mail On Sunday his week of misery after virus controls collapsed at Euros final
Piers, 56, said he believes he caught the Delta Covid variant at the final He has been wracked by fever, cold sweats, coughing, sneezing and aches Piers said 'This is definitely the roughest I've felt from any illness in my adult life' Piers Morgan has...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 16:15:16
35. Lebanon signs deal to sell Iraqi fuel in move to ease crisis
Lebanon has signed a deal to broker Iraqi fuel sales in hopes of alleviating a crippling financial and energy crisis in the small Mediterranean country BEIRUT (AP) — Lebanon signed a deal Saturday to broker Iraqi fuel sales in hopes of alleviating a...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:13:26
36. Hungarian pride: Thousands join event as LGBTQ people face growing hostility
Andras Szolnoki, 55, an anthropologist from the eastern town of Debrecen, said he joined the march to rebuke “the Orbán regime and for the rights of LGBTQI people who are the government’s target during of the past four years “. For Szolnoki, only a...
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2021-07-24 17:47:15
37. Avalanche sign Makar to $54M, 6-year deal on Day 2 of draft
The Colorado Avalanche kicked off the second day of the NHL draft Saturday by signing top defenseman Cale Makar to a $54 million, six-year contract. Makar will count $9 million against the salary cap through the 2026-27 season. His deal comes on the...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:20:31
38. JaVale McGee asked odd question about his mom Pamela
It made for an awkward moment during USA Basketball's media session JaVale McGee followed in the footsteps of his mother, Pamela, by becoming an Olympic athlete. Prior to his Olympic debut with the U.S. Men's National Team, McGee was asked about his mom...
39. Michigan resident says noose in window meant for politicians
Michigan resident says noose in window meant for politicians New July 24, 2021 8:40 am Associated Press AP - National News GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A white man in western Michigan says a noose he placed in a window was a statement against corrupt...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:42:33
40. A study in perseverance, forward Tyler Pasher works his way back into Canada fold
Tyler Pasher’s soccer career has been a study in perseverance. The 27-year-old winger from Elmira, Ont., received Canada call-ups in 2015 from Benito Floro and 2017 by Octavio Zambrano. But he never saw any game action. It wasn’t until John Herdman...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 19:05:27
41. These Stocks Should Benefit From Rising Inflation, ETF Manager Says
Rising inflation may threaten the market's largest stocks, but it does have some potential beneficiaries. Our redesigned local news and weather app is live! Download it for iOS or Android — and sign up for alerts. The Horizon Kinetics Inflation...
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2021-07-24 19:06:28
42. Canadiens make controversial pick, selecting Logan Mailloux with the No. 31 pick.
MONTREAL — The Montreal Canadiens made a controversial pick at the NHL entry draft Friday, selecting defenceman Logan Mailloux with the No. 31 pick. Mailloux posted a statement on Twitter earlier this week, asking teams not to draft him after news...
43. Tokyo Olympics 2020 at a glance: Day 1 major moments and updates
China, South Korea and Ecuador among the big winners in Japan Also in this package In pictures: Tokyo Olympics 2020 gets under way Photos — Tokyo Olympics 2020: 30 stars to watch at Olympic Games Scenes from Tokyo before a spectator-free Olympics In...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 13:14:15
44. Vatican reveals property holdings for first time in transparency drive
This content was published on July 24, 2021 - 14:19 By Philip Pullella (Reuters) - The Vatican released information on its real estate holdings for the first time on Saturday, revealing it owns more than 5,000 properties as part of its most detailed...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 16:26:31
45. After vandalism, NYC George Floyd statue cleaned, will move
NEW YORK — A statue of George Floyd that was defaced in Brooklyn has been cleaned and is headed for Manhattan’s Union Square. The artwork was unveiled on the Juneteenth holiday in a spot on Flatbush Avenue. Five days later on June 24, it was vandalized...
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2021-07-24 16:53:38
46. Bubble watch: Where’s homebuying hottest in California?
Remember, "cool" these days is "sizzling" in a normal market “Bubble Watch” digs into trends that may indicate economic and/or housing market troubles ahead. Buzz: There’s lots of heated house hunting going on in rural, more affordable parts of...
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2021-07-24 17:29:03
47. Trio of NBA Finals players finally arrives at Tokyo Olympics
3 1of3Milwaukee Bucks guard Jrue Holiday (21) is fouled by Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker (1) during the second half of Game 6 of basketball's NBA Finals Tuesday, July 20, 2021, in Milwaukee.Aaron Gash/APShow MoreShow Less 2of3Milwaukee Bucks' Khris...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:49:21
48. Stafford leads Rams into chase for hometown Super Bowl berth
LOS ANGELES RAMS (11-7) CAMP SITE: Irvine, California LAST YEAR: Coach Sean McVay got his fourth consecutive winning season and the third playoff berth of his impressive tenure, although a humiliating home loss to the winless Jets in December likely...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:19:40
49. Biden jabs at Trump during campaign event in Virginia: ‘This is not a Trump rally’
(NEXSTAR) – President Biden appeared at a rally for Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe on Friday, taking shots at McAuliffe’s opponent by describing him as an “acolyte of Donald Trump.” President Biden spoke to a crowd of nearly 3,000...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:44:01
50. Indiana man charged in Capitol riot investigation said Trump ‘asked me to be here’
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WXIN) – An Indiana man has been charged in connection to the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on January 6. 28-year-old Antony Vo, of Bloomington, has been charged with the following: Knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 19:24:02
51. Horrifying moment thug dressed in Spiderman outfit knocks out female Asda worker with single punch in mass brawl
THIS is the shocking moment a thug dressed as Spiderman knocked a female Asda worker out after a brawl erupted in the supermarket. Footage shows the yob kicking out at staff and shoppers while standing next to a girl in a costume. 5 Footage shows a man...   Similar  
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2021-07-23 17:13:40
52. Prosecutors Say They Have Evidence Of More Abuse And Bribery In The R. Kelly Case
R. Kelly, appearing at a hearing in his federal trial in Illinois in Sept. 2019. Kelly currently faces 22 federal charges in two separate indictments: one in New York and one in Illinois. Antonio Perez/Getty Images hide caption Enlarge this image R....   Similar  
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2021-07-24 06:53:43
53. Taylor Swift Shares Orchestral Version of ‘The Lakes’ on ‘Folklore’ Anniversary
“To say thank you for all you have done to make this album what it was, I wanted to give you the original version of ‘The Lakes,'” singer writes On the first anniversary of Folklore, Taylor Swift has shared the original and orchestral version of “The...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 16:08:38
54. Refugee Groups And Democrats Blast Biden’s Harsh Message To Migrants
It is legal under international and U.S. law for those fleeing their home country to ask for asylum at a port of entry ― no matter how they enter the cou... It is legal under international and U.S. law for those fleeing their home country to ask for...
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2021-07-24 16:19:50
55. 'Situation Dangerous': Indian Embassy Issues Advisory For Citizens In War-torn Afghanistan
Indian embassy issued a detailed advisory for all Indians staying, working, and visiting Afghanistan to be extremely cautious concerning their security In view of the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan, the Embassy of India in the country on Saturday...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 16:48:49
56. Trump supporters are a big reason Canada and UK beat US on vaccinations
This matches what real-world data shows us: Canadians are much more motivated to get vaccinated than Americans. What’s the point: Just two months ago, less than 5% of Canadians were fully vaccinated against Covid-19. At the same time, about 40% of...
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2021-07-24 17:30:47
57. ‘They are back’: American women dominate New Zealand in football
Now it’s more like that. The United States women’s soccer team easily beat New Zealand at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday to likely avoid an early elimination from the tournament. Rose Lavelle, Lindsey Horan, Christen Press and Alex Morgan scored goals,...
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2021-07-24 17:30:46
58. Crowdfunding raises over 30,000 euros for German flood victims
By Andi Kranz and Sergey Karazy ERFTSTADT, Germany (Reuters) - A entrepreneur from eastern Germany who raised more than 30,000 euros to help victims of the catastrophic floods that hit western areas last week, arrived in hard-hit Erftstadt on Saturday...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:48:18
59. U.S. to stress need for 'guardrails' in Sherman's talks in China
(.) WASHINGTON/BEIJING, July 24 (Reuters) - U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman will make clear to China in upcoming talks that Washington welcomes competition with Beijing, but there needs to be a level playing field and guardrails to prevent...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:53:03
60. Arizona SOS Katie Hobbs Mocks 'Sore Loser' Trump Ahead of Phoenix Rally: 'Take Your Loss'
You have 4 free articles remaining this month Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs on Friday called former President Donald Trump a "sore loser" and urged him to take his loss "and accept it and move on" ahead of his planned rally in Phoenix. Trump...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:23:22
61. Anti-vaccine protests take place in Dublin and Belfast
Far-right activists and anti-vaccine protesters have held a demonstration in Dublin against Covid-19 jabs and ongoing restrictions in Ireland. Around 1,500 protesters gathered outside Custom House in Dublin, as roads were blocked and traffic forced to a...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:46:42
62. LIVE | Springboks v British & Irish Lions 1st Test starts NOW!
The 12-year wait in over! READ | ELTON JANTJIES ONE KICK AWAY FROM TYING NAAS BOTHA’S SPRINGBOK MARK The world champion Springboks and British & Irish Lions will clash in the first Test at the Cape Town Stadium on Saturday. CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW THE...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:56:01
63. Protesters opposed to COVID-19 measures clash with police in Paris
French anti-riot police fired teargas on Saturday as clashes broke out during protests in central Paris against COVID-19 curbs and vaccination, local television reported. Television pictures showed police trying to push back demonstrators near the...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:57:13
64. Hillsong Church founder says vaccines are ‘personal decision’ after congregation refuses to be shot and dies from Covid-19
Hillsong Church Global Senior Pastor Brian Houston announced the death of Stephen Harmon, who attended Hillsong, Calif., On social media this week. Harmon had said on social media that he would not receive the vaccine, even when he was battling Covid-19...
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2021-07-24 19:14:48
65. Day 2 of swimming at the Olympics: Chase Kalisz, Emma Weyant chase first batch of Tokyo medals
Swimming returns to NBC’s primetime coverage of the Olympic Games with the first of eight straight days of finals Saturday. Coverage begins at 9:30 p.m. ET, carrying the action LIVE from the Tokyo Aquatics Center in Japan. The first four sets of...
66. California church leader held for alleged child sex abuse
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. — The co-founder and “‘apostle” of a Southern California church was arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing a child for years, beginning when she was 9 years old, authorities said Friday. Puredi Hillary, 67, of Rancho...
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2021-07-24 02:34:10
67. Algerian judoka refuses potential Olympic bout with Israeli
TOKYO (AP) — An Algerian judo athlete will be sent home from the Tokyo Olympics after he withdrew from the competition to avoid potentially facing an Israeli opponent. Fethi Nourine and his coach, Amar Benikhlef, told Algerian media they were...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 05:32:52
68. Covid-19: opponents of the health pass again in the street - France 24
Covid-19: opponents of the health pass again in the street Paris (AFP) "For freedom" and "against the health dictatorship": after a first national mobilization on July 17, dozens of demonstrations are again scheduled for Saturday throughout France,...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 05:39:10
69. Sydney lockdown protesters clash with police during ‘freedom’ marches
Protesters are massing in capital cities around Australia to object to lockdowns prompted by COVID-19. Thousands of angry, unmasked people have marched from inner Sydney’s Victoria Park to Town Hall in the central business district on Saturday. They...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 07:02:56
70. At least 125 dead in India floods
Rescue teams in India have struggled through thick sludge and debris to reach dozens of submerged homes as the death toll from landslides and accidents caused by torrential monsoon rain rose to 125. Maharashtra state is being hit by the heaviest rain in...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 10:08:22
71. Takato Wins Japan's First Gold in Tokyo; Kosovan
Naohisa Takato won Japan's first gold medal of the 2020 Olympics when he outlasted Yung Wei Yang of Chinese Taipei in the 60kg weight class on Saturday in Tokyo. Yeldos Smetov of Kazakhstan won one bronze medal while Luka Mkheidze of France claimed the...
72. Is asking about someone’s COVID vaccine status a HIPAA violation?
(NEXSTAR) – From politicians to professional athletes, people in the media spotlight have deflected questions about their COVID-19 vaccine status by – incorrectly – accusing reporters of violating the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act,...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 14:33:53
73. Afghanistan Government Imposes Night Curfew Across Almost Entire Country: Official
Night curfew has been imposed in 31 provinces except in Kabul, Panjshir and Nangarhar (File) Kabul: Afghan authorities on Saturday imposed a night-time curfew across 31 of the country's 34 provinces to curb surging violence unleashed by a sweeping...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 14:51:17
74. Djokovic, Medvedev urge schedule rethink as tennis stars toil in Tokyo heat
TOKYO - Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev called on organisers to delay the start times of Olympic tennis matches as players laboured in the sweltering Tokyo summer heat on the opening day of the tournament. World number one Djokovic encountered little...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 15:44:37
75. Draymond Green feeling 'lot of respect' for NBA Finals players sticking to Tokyo commitment
2:06 PM BST TOKYO -- Devin Booker, Khris Middleton and Jrue Holiday were scheduled to arrive in Japan on a private G6 jet around 11 p.m. Saturday, less than 24 hours before Team USA opens Olympic play against France in a vital game out of gate. It's a...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 16:29:19
76. In a First, BSF Lodges Strong Protest With Pakistan on Increased Drone Activities by Neighbour in Jammu
The Border Security Force (BSF) on Saturday lodged a strong protest with Pakistan regarding the drone activities by “Pakistan authorities” in Jammu area, after its first official protest lodged post the June 27 drone attack on the Jammu Airforce...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 16:40:38
77. Dhawan eager to make his place 'stronger for World Cup' with Sri Lanka T20Is
Shikhar Dhawan has added a new gear to his T20 batting, as evidenced by his returns in the IPL, particularly since the middle of the 2019 season. In IPL 2020, he was ESPNcricinfo's leader on the Smart Runs chart, pipping league top-scorer KL Rahul. From...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 16:48:21
78. Inside the Creation of Simone Biles' GOAT Leotard
Biles collaborated with GK Elite to create an iconic fashion statement It began with a text message from Simone Biles. She had a golden idea for the design of her gymnastics leotard, one that would create a uniform unlike any other worn by a...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:01:05
79. Three refugee athletes competing in Tokyo heading to Ontario college
TORONTO — Three refugees from South Sudan competing at the Olympics will be heading to a Canadian college this fall under a program that gives students displaced by conflict a chance to pursue their academic goals. Rose Nathike Likonyen, Paulo Amotun...
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2021-07-24 17:08:11
80. The Most Influential Spreader of Coronavirus Misinformation Online
Over the final decade, Dr. Mercola has constructed an enormous operation to push pure well being cures, disseminate anti-vaccination content material and revenue from all of it, stated researchers who’ve studied his community. In 2017, he filed an...
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2021-07-24 17:09:17
81. Alex Telles injury gives Manchester United cause for concern
Manchester United defender Alex Telles could miss the start of the season after suffering an ankle injury. The Brazilian left-back sustained the problem during the club’s training camp in Surrey this week and has returned home, missing Saturday’s...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:11:32
82. JEE (Main)-2021 Exams: Students affected by heavy rain to get another chance, announces Education Minister
Pradhan said he has advised the National Testing Agency to grant another opportunity to all candidates who may not be able to reach the test centre for JEE (Main)-2021 Session 3 JEE (Main)-2021 Session 3 Exams: Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:38:23
83. Protesters against COVID restrictions clash with police in Paris-BFM Television
This content was published on July 24, 2021 - 15:30 PARIS (Reuters) - Anti-vaccination protesters and other demonstrators against COVID-19 restrictions in France clashed with the police in central Paris on Saturday, leading anti-riot forces to use...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:39:34
84. 14 dead in China warehouse fire
A warehouse fire in northeastern China on Saturday left at least fourteen people dead and twelve seriously injured, state media reported. Agency Report Published 24 July 2021 The logistics warehouse, located in Changchun, the capital of the northeastern...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:42:43
85. 5 to Watch: Salinas Native on US Softball Team, Tokyo Olympics Day 1 in Pictures, Skateboarding Olympic Debut
How about that Opening Ceremony Friday? The event had millions of people glued to their screens watching athletes from around the world representing their countries. On day two, we're getting into it and taking a look at the debut of skateboarding,...
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2021-07-24 17:58:43
86. Cleveland Indians become Cleveland Guardians
The Cleveland Indians announced they are dropping the century-old moniker for a new name. Following years of pressure from activists and Native American groups, the Cleveland Indians will become the Cleveland Guardians, starting next year. The team...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 17:59:41
87. UK to review India's 'red list' travel ban, briefed on Covid-19 situation
Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla, who arrived in the UK for a two-day visit on Friday to take stock of the Roadmap 2030 towards closer UK-India ties also shared plans for a reciprocal vaccine certification system to be unveiled by the Indian...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 18:04:41
88. Last News Afghanistan: curfew imposed as Taliban militants advance
The most important news Afghan government forces attempted to reclaim districts captured by the Taliban The Afghan government on Saturday imposed a curfew across most of the country in an attempt to prevent the Taliban from invading cities. Apart from...
89. Health care for older immigrants sees momentum among states
14 1of14PLEASE CHECK STORY CAREFULLY ON THIS ONE - WALK OR JOG? VEIN OR VEINS? - Eugenia Rodriguez walks in Chicago's La Villita Park, Thursday, July 1, 2021. She is required to get out for a walk or a run every morning to keep her varicose veins active...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 19:17:44
90. How Erika Jayne Really Feels About Watching Legal Drama on ‘RHOBH’
Erika Jayne has been emotional relieving her ongoing legal woes on this season of ‘RHOBH’ — get the details Watching it back. As the current season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills captures the enduring legal woes of Erika Jayne and her estranged...   Similar  
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2021-07-22 23:37:18
91. 'Sweet spot' of eight-week gap between Pfizer jabs
Decision balances 'all the wider issues' An eight-week gap between the first and second doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine is a “sweet spot” when it comes to generating strong immune response while protecting the UK population against the...   Similar  
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2021-07-23 03:13:09
92. William Darby, Huntsville police officer who remained on city’s payroll after murder conviction, reportedly resigns
William Darby, the Huntsville police officer who remained on the city’s payroll after being convicted of murdering a suicidal man in early May, resigned on Friday, according to a report. Huntsville officials could not be reached by to confirm a...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 03:23:45
93. Tokyo braces for typhoon, reschedules Olympic rowing events
7:51 AM BST Tokyo 2020 is bracing itself for a typhoon that is set to hit the city early next week, and organizers have already pre-emptively moved around the rowing schedule in anticipation. Olympics organizers have shifted Monday's races to Sunday,...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 10:23:10
94. And Still She Rises. And Rises. And Rises.
Simone Biles, the greatest gymnast of all time, who has used her influence to speak out against injustices, arrives at her second Olympics prepared to soar above the sport’s devastating recent history. And Still She Rises. And Rises. And Rises. By July...
95. Drone attacks on Iraq base hosting American troops - coalition
"An unmanned aerial system impacted a coalition base in Kurdistan in the early hours of Friday. There were no casualties and no damage as a result of the attack. The United States and coalition forces will stay vigilant and maintain the inherent right to...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 13:22:12
96. Love Island's Sharon Gaffka throws shade at Hugo Hammond after shock recoupling
Love Islander Sharon Gaffka takes to her Insta story to call out Hugo Hammond over dramatic recoupling speech and claims he had feelings for Chloe Burrows ‘from day one’ The latest recoupling in the Love Island villa has caused the biggest stir to date...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 13:42:08
97. Meghan Markle latest news – Duchess ‘will write a wellness guide’ as she joins Prince Harry’s four-book ‘mega-deal’
MEGHAN Markle is set to write a wellness guide as part of a four-book mega deal after a £29MILLION bidding war. The Duchess will pen the tome as part of a contract she and Prince Harry have struck with Penguin Random House. And one of Harry's books can...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 13:50:27
98. Ready for their shot as the Delta variant surges, vaccine procrastinators answer the question: Why the long wait?
Guillermo Cozar waited months to get his vaccine because, he reasoned, he’d already had COVID last fall and didn’t think he would get sick again. When he showed up at a more-than-a-century-old house of worship in Pico-Union to finally get the shot,...   Similar  
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2021-07-24 15:06:21
99. Joggers and walkers enjoy first Parkruns in England since lockdown ended
Joggers and walkers have said they are delighted after taking part in the first Parkruns in England for adults since coronavirus restrictions were lifted. Joggers and walkers have said they are delighted after taking part in the first Parkruns in England...
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2021-07-24 15:47:57
100. Mob fury in Bihar town over custodial death; cops injured, woman constable dies
A female constable died after being run over by a vehicle while trying to quell a mob which in protest against a custodial death indulged in heavy stone-pelting and fired gunshots in the air, leaving many police personnel injured. The busy...