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US passes HK sanctions as nations condemn new law

Image copyright AFP / Getty Image caption Protesters rallied against the new law in Hong Kong and police made several hundred arrests The US House of Representatives has approved new Hong Kong-related sanctions, after Beijing imposed a security law that was condemned by countries around the world. The measure, which was passed unanimously, penalises banks…

‘Xbox Series S’ Lockhart: Everything we know so far – Windows Central

Source: /u/jiveduder on Reddit The Xbox Series X is set to be the world's most powerful console, launching later in "Holiday 2020," according to Microsoft. Launching somewhere around the same timeframe will be an Xbox Series "S," codenamed "Lockhart," which we revealed in reports quite a while ago. With testing units shipping out to internal…

Geoffrey Rush case: Daily Telegraph and Nationwide News lose defamation appeal against actor – The Guardian

The Sydney Daily Telegraph will have to pay the actor Geoffrey Rush a record $2.9m in damages after the tabloid lost its appeal against a historic defamation ruling.The newspaper and its publisher, Nationwide News – part of Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, had challenged an Australian federal court decision from April 2019 that found claims conveyed…

Country singer Granger Smith shares continuing grief after tragic death of son, 3 – Mirror Online

Country music star Granger Smith has candidly discussed the continuing grief he and his wife Amber have following the death of their toddler son who drowned in their family pool. The 40-year-old American singer and his 30-year-old wife saw their lives shattered last year when three-year-old son River died. Tragedy struck i June 2019 when…

Singaporean student swept away by waves Away Australian Shore – straits times

MFA seeking permission from Aussie govt for his family to travel there; search efforts unsuccessful The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) is trying to get permission from the Australian government for the family of a missing Singaporean student to travel there, after he was swept away by waves off the country's western coast on Monday…

TheaterMania Interviews Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda, Anthony Ramos, Phillipa Soo, and More – theatermania

TheaterMania Interviews Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda, Anthony Ramos, Phillipa Soo, and More - theatermania

An 8-year-old boy arranged a Black Lives Matter march for children. Hundreds showed up. – CNN

(CNN)The cries for racial equality have been heard across the world as thousands of protesters rallied after the death of George Floyd. But at one protest in Missouri, the calls for change were comin…

World’s Largest Telescope Detects Extragalactic Neutral Hydrogen Emission for Its First Time – SciTechDaily

The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) is a radio telescope located in southwest China. It consists of a fixed 500 m (1,600 ft) diameter dish constructed in a natural depression in the landscape. It is the world’s largest filled-aperture radio telescope. The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST) is the largest telescope with the…

Coronavirus at Wales: Pubs and restaurants May open Outside from 13 July – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Pubs with an outdoor space they own will be able to open to customers Some pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants in Wales will be able to reopen outdoors from 13 July, under new Welsh Government plans.Venues will be able to open in spaces they own and have licences for…

Another warning on antibody tests: A THIRD of dwelling blood-kits overlook Covid-19 – Daily Mail

Coronavirus antibody tests that can be done at home would get the results wrong a third of the time, a damning study has found.A review of research found that rapid 'have you had it' coronavirus kits, which screen the blood to look for signs of past infection, have major flaws. They correctly identify someone who has…

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Paris Jackson raised eyebrows when it was revealed she was to play Jesus as a woman in the forthcoming movie Habit.But Sia has seemingly lent her support to the model-musician in the wake of the controversy on Tuesday, when she tweeted at the 22-year-old.'Dear @ParisJackson I love you, keep going. I believe you are a…
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Stars back plea to Encourage UK live music Business – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Liam Gallagher, Dua Lipa and Sir Paul McCartney are among 1,500 artists who have signed an open letter calling for support for the UK's live music scene.Ed Sheeran, the Rolling Stones and Coldplay also signed the letter to the culture secretary warning of the impact of Covid-19 on venues and musicians.It…

Court sides with Writer of tell-all Novel by Trump’s niece – CNN

Court sides with publisher of tell-all book by Trump's niece - CNN

Mind-blowing photographs reveal bugs that lived 99MILLION years in the past ‘perfectly preserved’ in amber – The Sun

PREHISTORIC insects trapped in amber for 99million years have revealed stunning details about creatures from that time period. A recent study has been using the trapped bugs to peer into the world of ancient colours. 2These insects are 99million-years-oldCredit: SWNS:South West News ServiceIt's hard for scientists to try and work out what prehistoric creatures would…

Pubs, restaurants and cafes to re-open outside in Wales from July 13 – Wales Online

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