Daily Archives: July 10, 2020

Forex reserves hit fresh all-time high, touch $513.25 billion 

The reserves had crossed the half-a-trillion dollar mark for the first time in the week ended June 5 after it had increased USD 8.22 billion and reached USD 501.70 billion.

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Esports Betting In The UK Rose Significantly During Coronavirus Lockdown 

A massive 2922% rise in esports betting revenue from March 2019 to March 2020 has been revealed in the latest report from the UK Gambling Commission.

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Mason Greenwood is the most prolific 18-year-old in the Premier League EVER 

The English forward looks to be going from strength to strength and still has four games to add to his tally, with his manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitting he can’t leave him out of the team.

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Lurie’s film company finishes Hitler documentary 

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie’s documentary film company announced Thursday the completion of its inaugural project, “The Meaning of Hitler.” Lurie is an executive producer on the film.

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Podcast: Thunderbolt 4, Snapdragon 865 Plus and Facebook’s latest mess 

We’re back from the July 4th break and we’re ready to dive into some seriously nerdy news. This week, Devindra and Cherlynn chat about Intel’s Thunderbolt 4 standard, and what it means for your next PC. We also dive into Qualcomm’s latest announcemen…

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Florida police department will not send cops to non-violent calls 

St. Petersburg police officers will no longer respond to non-violent 911 calls, such as those involving quality-of-life complaints or mental health concerns.

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UEFA embarrassed as former Thomas Helmer refers to Europa League as ‘cup of LOSERS’ 

Despite the Champions League being away for four months, fans were quick to bemoan the technical problems that overshadowed its return with Friday’s draw blighted by issues.

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12 Of The Best Duvet Covers For Any Bedroom 

From luxurious Egyptian cotton to super soft microfiber, these modern duvet covers are great for every style and preference.

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Introducing the newest Bond Arms Rough Series gun, The Grizzly 

The Grizzly’s 3-inch barrel, with blade front sight and fixed rear sight, is chambered in .45 Long Colt and 2½-inch .410 bore shotshells. The post Introducing the newest Bond Arms Rough Series gun, The Grizzly appeared first on AmmoLand.com.

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Firm with links to Gove and Cummings given Covid-19 contract without open tender 

Research company owned by associates of senior Tory and PM’s adviser gets £840,000 jobCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe Cabinet Office has awarded an £840,000 contract to research public opinion about government policies to a company owned by two long-term associates of Michael Gove and Dominic Cummings, without putting the work […]

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China faces ‘DISASTER’ with the insects already invading southern city, officials warn  

Swarms of yellow-spined bamboo locusts have destroyed about 26 square miles of fields in Pu’er after raiding the city from China’s border with Laos, the local government said.

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Michael Cohen back in federal custody after he balks at gag order 

Michael Cohen is back in federal custody after having been released to home confinement over COVID-19 concerns.

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Coronavirus: All you need to know about symptoms and risks 

Countries around the world step up efforts to tackle the new coronavirus that has killed hundreds of thousands.

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Royal Mail fined £1.6m for late deliveries and stamp overcharging 

Ofcom issues penalty for failure to meet postal target and second-class stamp errorRoyal Mail has been fined £1.6m by the communications regulator Ofcom for delivering letters late and overcharging for stamps.Ofcom requires the postal service to deliver 93% of first-class post within one working day of collecting it but Royal Mail undershot the target, with […]

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F1 Styrian Grand Prix practice two LIVE: Hamilton fourth in P1, Ricciardo hospitalised, Norris three-place penalty 

FORMULA ONE stars are at the Red Bull Ring for the second week running as the Styrian Grand Prix gets underway. Lewis Hamilton only finished fourth in the season opener after a controversial five-second penalty, with Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas taking the chequered flag after an action-packed race. Practice one result: 1) Perez 2) Verstappen […]

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