Daily Archives: July 19, 2020

UK restaurants: tensions boil over as diners and chefs fall out over VAT cuts and costly no-shows 

Customers expect too much, say struggling owners as anticipated reopening bonanza fails to materialiseCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageRestaurants struggling to make money are increasingly finding themselves at loggerheads with customers as tensions over reopening lead to rows and disagreements. Related: The restaurant industry is […]

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The US has surpassed its own daily record of total new Covid-19 infections at least nine times since June 16 

It’s been a month of harrowing milestones set across the country, with the US beating its own daily record of total new coronavirus cases at least nine times.

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Sea turtle watching in Con Dao, Vietnam: huddled around a nest, we see a mother lay dozens of eggs – until something goes wrong 

In the dim light of a half-moon, we peer down onto a forest-fringed bay from an overlook at the Con Dao National Park ranger station on Bay Canh islet. Surf is pounding the shore and the setting is framed by clouds in a starry sky and glowing squid trawlers on the horizon. Bay Canh is ground zero for sea turtle nesting and overnight tours in the 16-island Co […]

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New Intelligence Reveals Russian Submarine Heading Into English Channel 

The last time this Russian Navy submarine passed through the English Channel it received an escort from the Royal Navy.

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Oregon is suing the Trump administration, alleging unidentified federal agents grabbed people off the streets ‘without warning or explanation’ 

Dave Killen/The Oregonian via Associated Press Oregon officials are suing to stop federal agents from “unlawfully detaining” people in Portland. The lawsuit said unidentified federal agents have grabbed people off Portland’s streets “without warning or explanation, without a warrant, and without providing any way to determine who is direc […]

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Graeme Souness says he’d have ‘loved’ playing against Chelsea’s Jorginho and Mateo Kovacic 

Both players were fielded alongside each other in Chelsea’s victory against Norwich last week, with Kovacic having earned a start for the first time since the loss at West Ham.

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Israel: Netanyahu corruption trial resumes amid anti-gov’t anger 

The Israeli prime minister is charged with fraud, breach of trust and accepting bribes in a series of scandals.

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David Luiz could turn Arsenal nightmare into FA Cup dream 

It has all come around full circle for David Luiz. Following weeks of redemption, the Brazilian put right his wrongs against City and now has a shot at an FA Cup final appearance, at long last.

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Why ‘RHOBH’ Fans Are Convinced Teddi Mellencamp & Kyle Richards May Be Getting Axed From Show 

Why ‘RHOBH’ Fans Are Convinced Teddi Mellencamp & Kyle Richards May Be Getting Axed From Show Andy Cohen threw fans into a tizzy with this IG post of him with cardboard cut outs of the ladies — with several believing the pic could mean Kyle & Teddi are next to be fired!

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Manchester United could target Ismaila Sarr says Gary Neville as Jadon Sancho move stalls 

United are in the market for an attacking winger and, as talks with Borussia Dortmund over Jadon Sancho look to have stalled, Watford’s record signing could fit the bill – according to Gary Neville.

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Turkey fuels regional power game over Mediterranean gas reserves 

Competing claims have left Ankara isolated. Its efforts to stall projects threaten billions of dollars in investment

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FC Barcelona Versus Alaves Preview, Team News And Lineup 

It could be his last game in charge, depending on what you read and who you believe. If so, Quique Setien had better make the most of the FC Barcelona’s final La Liga match against Alaves on Sunday afternoon.

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Coronavirus: New Avon sellers double during UK lockdown 

There has been a surge in people signing up to sell Avon beauty products over the past few months.

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Blue Jays left to find 2020 home after government refuses risk of MLB plan 

Even with Major League Baseball’s protocol featuring tests every other day, even with an additional test for everyone in Toronto, the frequent border crossings were an impossible risk variable to resolve for the Canadian government or the Blue Jays. The post Josef Newgarden takes third career victory at Iowa IndyCar 250s appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

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What happens when flu meets Covid-19? 

How seasonal viruses interact with the coronavirus is unknown – it may lessen or sharpen the pandemic – so flu vaccinations are vital Optimists had hoped Covid-19 might not withstand the blistering heat of a British summer. However those hopes have faded: the virus staged a recent resurgence in Iran amid actual blistering temperatures, and has had no trouble […]

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