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  • Lewis Hughes, an estate agent from Essex, pleaded guilty on Friday at Westminster Magistrates Court to assaulting England’s chief medical officer, Professor Chris Whitty, in London’s St James Park on June 27. The case was sparked after video footage circulated on social media showing two men, one of whom was Hughes, grabbing Whitty and demanding a selfie, as the professor tried to free himself and move away from the duo.... Read more »
  • Describing himself as the “most famous artist in the MAGA world,” Biden Jnr. has shrugged off the “haters” who think his art is overpriced and accuse him of profiting from his father’s presidency using the choice words “F**k ’em.” Earlier this month, news emerged that the troubled younger son of President Joe Biden would be exhibiting his works at the Georges Bergès Gallery in New York and reportedly selling them... Read more »
  • The Chinese operator of the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant has said it will shut down one of its reactors over damaged fuel rods, adding that there is no cause for concern over safety. On Friday, China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) released a statement reiterating that everything was “completely under control” and that they had decided to shut down a reactor at the facility for maintenance.  The statement notes that... Read more »
  • American BMX star Connor Fields is 'awake' and recovering in hospital after he appeared to be seriously injured following a heavy crash at the Olympic men's BMX semi-final race early on Friday. Fields, 28, came off his bike at the first 180 corner in the high-stakes race in the Japanese capital and appeared to land heavily and collide with at least one other rider.  The American BMX icon was close... Read more »
  • Paige VanZan't second appearance in the BKFC ring didn't go quite as planned as she was beaten by former UFC rival Rachael Ostovich - but the former Sports Illustrated pinup isn't letting defeat keep her down. Many an eyebrow was raised when VanZant inked a big money deal to join the upstart Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship fight league late last year upon the expiration of her UFC contract, with many... Read more »
  • As parliamentary elections in Germany loom, chancellor candidate and leader of the ruling Christian Democratic Union party (CDU) Armin Laschet has issued an apology over a lacking source in a book he wrote. The potential plagiarism incident had been brought to light by a consultant and publicist, Karsten Weitzenegger, who shared a side-by-side comparison of his own work that Laschet had failed to reference. Weitzenegger also stated that the case... Read more »
  • Greeks have been told to avoid unnecessary work and travel as temperatures hit 40 degrees Celsius in Athens and are expected to rise further with the city’s biggest tourist attraction already forced to close. On Friday, Citizens’ Protection Minister Michalis Chrysochoidis urged people to be careful and “show the highest degree of responsibility and cooperation” as temperatures soared across Greece. “I also want to appeal to our fellow citizens to... Read more »
  • Hungary’s election authority signed off the government’s list of five questions on Friday ahead of a referendum on a law prohibiting the dissemination of content “promoting” homosexuality or gender reassignment in schools. The decision by the country’s National Election Committee (NEC) gives the green light for the referendum, which Prime Minister Viktor Orban aims to hold by early 2022, ahead of the upcoming parliamentary elections. Orban announced the referendum on... Read more »
  • The British government has awarded potentially years-long contracts to help develop a domestic vaccine passport, as Downing Street simultaneously hints that the whole idea could be abandoned if enough people get the jab. The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) published information earlier this week on two new contracts with private tech firms hired to work on the country’s “Covid-19 certification programme.” US-based Entrust will receive close to £840,000... Read more »
  • One of the world's leading financial services, Mastercard, has submitted a new audit report to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), as the company seeks to overturn the latest ban on card issuance in the country. The ban announced by the regulator earlier this month came amid concerns over the US credit card company's handling of data processed abroad. The company had reportedly breached the 2018 law banning financial service... Read more »
  • German authorities have removed South Africa from the country’s ‘virus variant’ list, as the extra-contagious Delta strain dominates other Covid-19 variants. The change paves the way for the easing of strict travel restrictions. South Africa, as well as eight other African nations, will no longer be on Germany’s ‘virus variant’ watch list, a spokeswoman for the county’s Ministry of Health told local media on Friday. The change is set to... Read more »
  • Two crew members have lost their lives in an attack by suspected pirates on an Israeli-operated, Liberian-flagged merchant vessel in the Arabian Sea, stated the shipping company, owned by Eyal Ofer, one of Israel’s richest men. Zodiac Maritime announced the news in a statement released via social media on Friday.  The two men killed were a UK and Romanian national respectively, it said, adding that it was “not aware of... Read more »
  • Team ROC's Vitalina Batsarashkina has become the first female shooter to win THREE medals at the same Olympic Games after she surged to gold in the 25m rapid fire pistol event on Friday, becoming a viral smash in the process. Batsarashkina carved out a piece of history for herself when she pipped South Korean shooter Kim Min-jung for first place in the 25m pistol event on Friday, adding to the gold... Read more »
  • After 3,300 new cases on Friday, Japan has expanded its state of emergency to three more prefectures close to Tokyo and the western prefecture of Osaka. Organizers have announced that 27 of the cases were linked to the Olympics. The new measures will be in place from August 2 to August 31. Tokyo itself – where emergency restrictions have already been implemented – will observe the same timeframe, with regulations... Read more »
  • Amazon has been handed an $888 million fine by European Union regulators for breaching the bloc’s data protection laws. The fine is the largest issued by the EU, but is still less than one percent of the firm’s annual revenue. The Luxembourg National Commission for Data Protection (CNPD) issued the fine earlier this month, and Amazon reported it on Friday in a filing to the US Securities and Exchange Commission... Read more »
  • The chief editor of Russian investigative outlet Proekt Media has revealed that he is now in the United States and has no plans to return to his home country. Roman Badanin also plans to relocate his publication’s staff abroad. Proekt was added to Russia’s registry of “undesirable” organizations on July 15 and is known for its investigations into hidden wealth among the country’s political elite. According to the General Prosecutor’s... Read more »
  • Criticism over Nicola Sturgeon’s government is mounting in Scotland as new figures show another increase in drugs deaths, with narcotic-related fatalities there overtaking those of European nations. On Friday, state archive National Records of Scotland published its latest figures on Scotland’s drug epidemic. The data showed that, in 2020, 1,339 lost their lives in Scotland to drug-related deaths, that’s 75 more than in 2019 and the highest number since records... Read more »
  • A study released on Friday has raised fresh concerns that easing Covid restrictions before countries have achieved full inoculation could significantly increase the risk vaccine-resistant strains emerging, allowing them to thrive. Modelling conducted by Austria’s Institute of Science and Technology, in a pan-European study with the Bank of Spain and University of Geneva Medical School, advised officials to maintain Covid restrictions until they have achieved full vaccination or herd immunity... Read more »
  • The mixed doubles final in Tokyo will be an all-Russian affair after Aslan Karatsev and Elena Vesnina beat Serbian pair Novak Djokovic and Nina Stojanovic in their semi-final on Friday. Competing under the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) banner, Karatsev and Vesnina overcame the Serbian duo in straight sets, 7-6 (6-4) 7-5, to progress to the gold medal match.  There, they will meet compatriots Andrey Rublev and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, who overcame... Read more »
  • Simone Biles' participation in the upcoming apparatus finals in Tokyo is in doubt after she admitted she is suffering from the 'twisties', a term given to gymnasts suffering from a 'mental block' ahead of competition. Biles, 24, who is considered by many to be among the finest gymnasts of all time, had announced in recent days that she was withdrawing from the team and all-around finals in the Tokyo Games –... Read more »

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