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  • The Premier League's safeguards against COVID-19 have been called into question as Liverpool's star forward Mo Salah was granted permission to return to training just five days after last testing positive for the virus. Salah's diagnosis with the potentially fatal illness was cloaked in smoke and mirrors from the off. While on international duty earlier this month, the Egyptian FA tweeted that their prized asset had tested positive for COVID-19,... Read more »
  • The English FA have paid tribute to the man whose "Hand of God" at the 1986 World Cup infuriated an entire nation, describing the recently-deceased Diego Maradona as a "legend of our game". England has endured more than its share of dark days throughout the last forty or so years. Stuart Pearce and Chris Waddle in 1990. Gareth Southgate six years later.  But amid numerous instances of on-field agony, perhaps... Read more »
  • The European Medicines Agency (EMA) announced on Wednesday that it has begun negotiations with the manufacturers of Russia’s pioneering Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine. According to an official from the EU body, which licenses medicines and vaccines within the bloc, “the developer has contacted EMA and they are in early discussions now.” Regulators will assess data on Sputnik V before publishing a recommendation on whether it can be used by healthcare... Read more »
  • Argentina captain Lionel Messi has paid his respects to countryman and fellow football icon Diego Maradona after his death at the age of 60 following a heart attack. "A very sad day for all Argentines and for football. He leaves us but does not leave, because Diego is eternal," Messi wrote in a message on Instagram, accompanied by two images of himself with the late football legend.  "I keep all... Read more »
  • Bursts of radio and X-ray activity from a star with an extremely powerful magnetic field may have handed astronomers a fresh clue in unravelling the mystery of ‘fast radio burst’ signals from outer space. The puzzling phenomena of fast radio bursts have left astronomers scratching their heads since they were first discovered in 2007. The bizarre blasts can emit as much power as 500 million suns but they last only... Read more »
  • Diego Armando Maradona may have entertained and infuriated in equal measure, depending on whether you were supporting him or his opponents, but when he was at his best, there were few, if any, who could match his brilliance. Here, as we pay tribute following his untimely death, we take a look back at five of the greatest, and most memorable, moments from Maradona's incredible career. THE 'HAND OF GOD' GOAL Maradona's performance against... Read more »
  • Israeli border police shot dead a Palestinian driver who allegedly tried to ram his car into an officer on the outskirts of Jerusalem after using fake documents, officers said on Wednesday. The man, named locally as 37-year-old Nour Shakir Shuqeir from the Silwan area of East Jerusalem, sustained a gunshot wound to the stomach and was later pronounced dead in the city's Hadassah Hospital at Mount Scopus.  An Israeli policeman... Read more »
  • Late night host Stephen Colbert was beaming with joy during his new interview with Barack Obama, telling him he has to “get used to looking at a president again,” and the lovey-dovey exchange is making social media cringe. “I just want to take a moment to drink you in for just a moment, because I’m having to get used to looking at a president again,” Colbert told Obama on Tuesday... Read more »
  • Juventus and Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo has posted a heartfelt message after the death of Argentina icon Diego Maradona, bidding farewell to a man he called "a friend" and hailing the legacy he leaves behind. The football world was left stunned on Wednesday after the news broke in Argentina that World Cup winner Maradona had died after suffering a heart attack at his home in Tigre, just north of Buenos... Read more »
  • ‘Godfather of the Manosphere’ Rollo Tomassi is a polarising figure, iconic to many men who treat his proclamations with reverence. To his detractors, he is a misogynist pedalling conspiracy theories and undermining female rights. Unknown to many, the Manosphere, a volatile digital world where male issues are debated with passion, is thriving. It even has its own lingo, with phrases such as MGTOWs (Men Going Their Own Way), a group... Read more »
  • Brazilian football icon Pele has offered condolences after the death of Argentinian superstar Diego Maradona, whose sudden passing has shocked the entire world. The world-renowned footballing legend died on Wednesday at home in Tigre after suffering a heart attack. Also on rt.com Diego Maradona dead: Argentinian football legend passes away aged 60 “Certainly, one day we’ll kick a ball together in the sky above,” Pele... Read more »
  • The government of Argentina has announced three days of mourning after the death of football icon and national hero Diego Maradona. The news broke on Wednesday that Maradona had died after suffering a heart attack at his home in Tigre, just north of Argentinian capital Buenos Aires. As tributes poured in, President Alberto Fernandez declared three days of national mourning.  Fernandez also shared an emotional post on his Twitter account... Read more »
  • SSC Napoli, the club at which Diego Maradona spent the most illustrious years of his domestic playing career, have likened the "devastating blow" of losing the maverick of football as "like a boxer who has been knocked out". READ MORE: Diego Maradona dead: Argentinian football legend passes away aged 60 Captain of the 1986 World Cup winning team Maradona passed away aged 60 at home in Tigre, north of... Read more »
  • The EU has published documents laying out extraordinary measures that could be taken to give faster access to drugs by bypassing patent rights in emergencies and bring production directly to Europe. The proposal has been put forward to address the chronic problem of medicine shortages in the bloc, which has been exacerbated by the ongoing coronavirus outbreak – and the trade disruptions it has caused.  The four ‘pillar’ strategy detailed... Read more »
  • With Antony Blinken nominated as presumed President-elect Joe Biden's secretary of state, many are wondering how the US-Russia relationship will change. According to some commentators, Blinken may not be that bad for the Kremlin. After four years of ever-increasing sanctions imposed by President Donald Trump’s administration, Biden has repeatedly pledged to “impose real costs” on Moscow, and there is no sign of detente between the two nations. However, according to... Read more »
  • The global footballing community has reacted in a collective state of grief and shock at the sudden passing of Argentinian football icon Diego Maradona, whose death was confirmed by his attorney on Wednesday afternoon. Well before the decade-long debate as to who is the better player, Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi, there was one central theme which ran through many idle football conversations on terraces and in pubs the world over; who is... Read more »
  • The French foreign minister has slammed the attitude of the UK's Brexit negotiators, accusing them of deliberately dragging their heels over "secondary subjects," as the clock ticks down for reaching a trade deal with the EU. "Britain must come out of tactical postures, and respect its commitments," Jean-Yves Le Drian told a French foreign affairs committee meeting on Wednesday. "British overtures in Brexit talks remain insufficient." The minister's comments come... Read more »
  • Australian intelligence agencies “incidentally” slurped up private data from the country’s much-touted COVIDSafe smartphone app, according to the their inspector-general, who nevertheless insisted no one’s privacy was violated. At least one intelligence agency collected private data generated by the government’s COVIDSafe contact-tracing app during its first six months of use, the inspector-general of intelligence and security (IGIS) revealed on Monday, before attempting to reassure skittish Australians that “there is no... Read more »
  • Three Qatari coastguard vessels stopped two boats belonging to their Bahraini counterparts, the latter's Interior Ministry has said. The move comes amid an ongoing blockade of Qatar by Arab states. The incident happened on Wednesday afternoon local time, when Bahraini coastguard boats were returning after taking part in maritime exercises in the Arabian Sea, according to the ministry. It added that three patrols of Qatar's Coastal and Border Security Forces... Read more »
  • Argentinian football legend and winner of the 1986 World Cup, Diego Maradona, has passed away at home in Tigre after suffering a heart attack, according to reports in Argentina. Maradona, 60, was recovering at home following brain surgery in Buenos Aires, where he was treated for a blood clot on the brain earlier this month. Last Friday, Maradona was sedated by medics after the former footballer suffered issues related to alcohol... Read more »
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