Daily Archives: July 29, 2020

Guns N’ Roses Announce Rescheduled 2021 North American Tour Dates 

After kiboshing their 2020 tour following a March festival date in Mexico City due to COVID-19, Guns N’ Roses have revealed when they’ll be hitting the road again in 2021. Beginning with a date at Summerfest in Milwaukee on July 10, their jaunt will see them play in stadiums across the country —…

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Coronavirus: Hong Kong on verge of ‘large-scale’ outbreak, says Carrie Lam 

Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam says a major outbreak may lead to the “collapse” of the city’s hospitals.

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India-China tensions will not influence AIIB as newly re-elected president vows to keep lender an ‘apolitical institution’ 

The China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank will remain an “apolitical institution” and will continue to back projects in India despite recent tensions in the disputed Himalayan border region, according to newly re-elected president Jin Liqun.Frictions between the two nations have cooled somewhat since the deadly clash last month, with both sides h […]

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TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Latest Premier League and European deals 

Sportsmail provides you with all the latest transfer deals, news and gossip as the window gets going for the English clubs – plus the rest of the big signings across Europe.

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India’s Covid-19 Fallout Collides With A Shaky Economy 

The second-most populous nation has its work cut out to deal with a surge in domestic infections and global turmoil.

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Apple, with a bet on streaming, gets a shock from the Emmys. Disney gets a boost. 

Apple had spent $150 million to produce “The Morning Show,” which was thought to be a lock for outstanding drama. But Baby Yoda prevailed, underscoring how streaming has upended the old rules of television and its line between prestige and commercial entities.

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There’s A Meteor Shower Tonight. Here’s How You Can See And Photograph ‘Shooting Stars’ This Summer 

This week’s Delta Aqaurids and August’s Perseid meteor shower can easily be captured by cameras. Here’s how to do it.

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With Robinhood’s UK launch delayed, eToro to bring out UK debit card following acquisition 

Investment app eToro is to launch a debit card, following its acquisition of Marq Millions Ltd, the UK based e-money business. Marq Millions will now trade as eToro Money and will be the issuer for eToro’s card. The acquisition was for an undisclosed amount, and the Marq Millions management team stays on. The card will […]

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JTAC Industries Elf Owl Bolt Action Pistol – Video Review 

If you’ve been looking at getting a bolt action pistol, the Elf Owl delivers all the goods, at a cost that most people can live with. The post JTAC Industries Elf Owl Bolt Action Pistol – Video Review appeared first on AmmoLand.com.

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‘Big companies aren’t bad’: Zuckerberg and other tech CEOs to testify in historic antitrust hearing 

Chief executives of Amazon, Google and Apple will also testify as part of a high-powered investigation of the tech industry“Companies aren’t bad just because they are big,” Facebook executive Mark Zuckerberg is set to tell Congress on Wednesday, as the world’s most powerful technology companies face a historic investigation into their size and power.Zuckerbe […]

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Opinion: A colossal failure of Trump’s leadership 

During his campaign to become president, Donald Trump repeatedly claimed that other countries were “laughing” at the United States. Of course, Trump never cited any evidence for this.

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How to Watch Beyonce’s ‘Black is King’ Online: Stream the Visual Album on Disney+ Now 

Based on the music of “The Lion King: The Gift,” Beyonce’s highly-anticipated visual album and short film is available to stream now

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WhatsApp Pay moves one step closer to Indian launch 

WhatsApp’s much-awaited payments launch in India has hit many regulatory roadblocks in the past. However, the company has moved a step closer to launch, as the National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI) has certified that WhatsApp is now in compliance with data-localization norms. As per a report by Times of India, in a court filing last month, NPCI told I […]

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Coronavirus child-care crisis will set women back a generation 

The child-care crisis resulting from coronavirus pandemic could have long-lasting consequences for women.

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There’s a Wrinkle in Stores’ Mask Policies: Enforcement 

A number of large retailers have said that all customers must wear masks, but some employees have been told they cannot force those who refuse.

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