Month: June 2020

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Easyjet to sack up to 5k staff and close bases at three airports

Easyjet will sack up to 5,000 staff and close its bases at Stansted, Southend and Newcastle airports Luton-based carrier to close hubs at Stansted, Southend and Newcastle airports Airline announced last month it was reducing its workforce by up to 30 per cent  By Amie Gordon For Mailonline Published: 09:47 EDT, 30 June 2020 | […]

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Australia Spending Nearly $1 Billion on Cyberdefense as China Tensions Rise

SYDNEY, Australia — Confronting a surge of cyberattacks attributed to the Chinese government, Australia moved to bolster its defenses on Tuesday, promising to recruit at least 500 cyberspies and build on its ability to take the battle overseas. The investment of 1.35 billion Australian dollars ($930 million) over the next decade is the largest the […]

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Transfer news LIVE: Angel Gomes to Chelsea, Marc Jurado to Man Utd latest, Soler to Arsenal, Arthur confirmed

Welcome to the Evening Standard’s rolling transfer news and rumours live blog. Premier League football returns to spotlight today after a blockbuster weekend of FA Cup football. Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United all progressed to the semi-finals with wins this weekend, in what is a mouth-watering final four of the competition. Meanwhile, and […]

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L.A. Black activists debate the value of police dialogue

“How are you going to take the fear away from us?” Candace Jordan’s voice broke as she addressed Chief Michel Moore of the Los Angeles Police Department at an intimate gathering inside an Exposition Park church. With her 16-year-old son sitting beside her, the bus driver for L.A. Unified School District described her mistrust of […]

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News

Rio Ferdinand “very upset” with Man Utd keeper Dean Henderson after latest display

Rio Ferdinand says he would be “very upset” as a defender with Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson after Arsenal’s last-gasp winner at the shot-stopper’s loan club Sheffield United. Henderson – who has impressed for the Blades – was beaten at his near post by Dani Ceballos as the Gunners booked their place in the semi-finals […]

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David Bowie’s classic Glastonbury 2000 set – follow it live! | Music

The more I watch this, the more I find myself thinking this must be the same year that Nine Inch Nails played Glastonbury. I remember being distraught when after all of maybe two songs, one of which was (to borrow a phrase from the Bowie coverage) a magnificently sleazy ‘Reptile’, the TV footage cut away […]

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Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Tayyip Erdogan

Turkey’s policy in Libya threatens EU

The Turkish intervention into the Libyan conflict caused the negative effect for the region: the balance of power changed and the GNA liberated Tripoli from the LNA forces and recently started a big-scale offensive on Sirte city.    On 6th of June after negotiations with the Commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA), Field Marshal […]

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Rohingya say they were forced to drink urine to stay alive on four-month sea journey

Among the roughly 100 in the group were 48 women and 35 children. They set off from the Balukhali refugee camp in southern Bangladesh, but were originally from Myanmar’s conflict-torn Rakhine State, according to survivors and an account given to the International Organisation for Migration (IOM). A spokesperson for the group told the IOM that […]

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Music

Adele tells fans waiting for new music: Wear a mask and be patient

Adele has told fans waiting for new music to “be patient”. he singer said she is still quarantining because of the coronavirus and urged her followers to wear a mask. The Tottenham-born star commemorated her headline set at Glastonbury in 2016 by sharing a throwback photo on Instagram, as the BBC broadcast the show as […]

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