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Meghan spoke about Harry and Archie's relationship which is reflected in her first children's book.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said his government would pardon the nine jailed leaders of Catalonia's failed 2017 independence bid on Tuesday as a first step towards ending the political conflict over the wealthy region. As he spoke in Barcelona's opera house, several hundred separatists protested outside, demanding still more concessions, and one member of the audience interrupted him for a few seconds shouting "Independence"."I am convinced that getting these nine people out of prison .
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The actor said his illness took a turn for the worse during the pandemic.
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Buses, vans and taxis will be charged from £7.50 to £60 a day to fight air pollution.
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Sam Bennett was set to feature in the race and defend his green jersey but has failed to recover from a knee injury, with Cavendish taking his place and looking to add to his tally of 30 Tour de France stage wins. "I am delighted to be going back to the Tour de France with Deceuninck – Quick Step," Cavendish, 36, said in a team statement.
(Reuters) -The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday handed a victory to Goldman Sachs Group Inc in its bid to avoid an investor class action lawsuit accusing the bank of hiding conflicts of interest when creating risky subprime securities before the 2008 financial crisis. The justices threw out a decision by the Manhattan-based 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last year that had allowed Goldman shareholders including the Arkansas Teacher Retirement System to sue as a group under a federal investor protection law. The plaintiffs accused the company of unlawfully hiding conflicts of interest when creating risky subprime securities.
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Robin Lehner was more than ready when his name was called upon as the Golden Knights evened their semifinal series with the Canadiens.
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The Azzurri are now 30 matches unbeaten under Roberto Mancini and play a thrilling style of football
Israel's Defence Ministry and defence contractor Elbit Systems Ltd are developing an airborne laser weapon to shoot down drones and other flying targets, officials said on Monday, predicting a prototype would be ready by 2025. They said the as-yet unnamed laser weapon could be incorporated in Israel's multi-tier air defences, which include the Iron Dome system for downing short-range rockets and the David's Sling and Arrow systems against ballistic missiles. Preliminary tests of the laser, flown on a light aircraft, were successful against several drones at ranges of around 1 km (half a mile) in recent days, Brigadier-General Yaniv Rotem of the ministry's research and development section told reporters.
A transgender weightlifter has been selected for the Tokyo Olympics.Laurel Hubbard will be the first transgender athlete to compete at the Games after being selected for New Zealand's national team.A "historic moment in sport" - according to the head of the country's Olympic Committee.Hubbard will compete in the super-heavyweight category.Her selection is likely to reignite the debate over inclusion and fairness in sport.Richie Patterson is the President of Olympic Weightlifting New Zealand."We do know that there are many questions about fairness of transgender athletes competing in the Olympic games but I would like to take this opportunity to remind us all that Laurel has met all of the required criteria. She is a very dedicated and resilient athlete and on behalf of Laurel I would like to say how honored she is to be in the team and appreciative of the support and help she has received to date."Hubbard had competed in men's weightlifting competitions before transitioning eight years ago.Since 2015, she has been eligible to compete in the Olympics after new guidelines were issued.They said that any transgender athlete can compete as a woman provided their testosterone levels are below 10 nanomoles per liter for at least 12 months before their first competition.Some scientists have argued the guidelines do little to mitigate the biological advantages of those who have gone through puberty as males.Save Women's Sport Australasia, an organization for women athletes, criticized Hubbard's selection."You know, picking testosterone is a red herring. I mean, we are forgetting about the anatomy, the fast, rich muscle, the bigger organs, they have faster recovery, they have stronger bones, they don't have a tilted pelvis so they are less likely to get knee and ankle injuries, the list goes on and on and on."Advocates for transgender inclusion argue the transition process decreases biological advantages considerably.The IOC has consistently said it is committed to inclusion but that it's also reviewing its guidelines to take into account the "perceived tension between fairness/safety and inclusion/non-discrimination."
Meet the premature baby born 15 weeks early weighing less than 1lb and so fragile he was kept safe and warm - in BUBBLE wrap. Little Larenz Carr, now one, arrived on 28th October 2019 at St Michael's Hospital, Bristol, at 25 weeks. He tipped the scales at just 13oz and medics popped him in a sandwich bag to regulate his temperature by mimicking his mother's womb. They then put him in an incubator, where he was wrapped him bubble wrap to keep warm. The little boy spent five months in the neonatal
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