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Euro2020: Fans celebrate England win at Box Park Croydon
(Bloomberg) -- Allianz SE said earnings could be materially hurt by a U.S. Justice Department investigation into its Structured Alpha Fund, which is facing a dozen lawsuits over losses at the start of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.Europe’s largest insurer said it’s cooperating with the DOJ and Securities and Exchange Commission, which started a probe last year. It has also started its own review of the matter.The board of Allianz now sees a “relevant risk that the matters relating to the Stru
Evictions crisis: Ocasio-Cortez says Democrats cannot blame Republicans. Progressive is angry her party allowed the clock to run out on renewing measure that lapsed Saturday night
A day after it recorded the most new daily cases since the start of the pandemic, Florida on Sunday broke a previous record for current hospitalizations, as the number of patients in hospitals because of COVID-19 once again broke through the 1,000-person threshold. The Sunshine State had 10,207 people hospitalized with confirmed COVID-19 cases, according to data reported to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. The previous record was from more than a year ago, July 23, 2020, more than a half-year before vaccinations started becoming widespread, when Florida had 10,170 hospitalizations, according to the Florida Hospital Association.
Millions in the UK are reportedly set to be offered a third Pfizer “booster jab” ahead of winter as research suggests it will offer people greater protection against the Delta variant. It would seem some 23million over-50s, people classified as vulnerable and NHS workers and care staff offered a third Pfizer jab even if they had an alternative vaccine before. Originally it was thought that those who were offered a third jab would be given the same vaccine they originally had - but now it is thought everyone will be offered Pfizer.
Trainee accountant says her colleagues have dubbed her ‘a lovable headache’
As an actor, Matt Damon has always had two sides: the light and the dark, the noble and the furtive, the boyishly winning and the ominously coldhearted. Early in his career, when he was that cute kid with the shiny hair and the big grin, he played characters who had a troubled layer or two, […]
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Birmingham Phoenix ended Trent Rockets’ 100 per cent record in The Hundred with a crunching six-wicket victory at Edgbaston. In a result that blows the table wide open, the Phoenix recorded their second win of the competition while applying a brake to the Rockets’ charge. The Rockets totalled 144 for six thanks to Dawid Malan’s 51 from 41 balls against an attack superbly led by Adam Milne, who took two for 13 in 20 balls.
A Mercedes spokesperson said the seven-time world champion was suffering with dizziness and fatigue.
Within that, aim to have the majority of your crypto assets (60% or more) in safer, more established coins such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum, and maybe Cardano (ADA). Cryptocurrency is already risky and many coins will fail, so it makes sense to weigh your investments accordingly. Ethereum will launch a long-awaited and somewhat controversial hard fork, also called the London upgrade, on August 4.
Sara El Sayed on Muddy People and the ‘nerve-wracking’ act of writing about familyAfter growing up in a mostly white community, books have helped the Egyptian-born writer find the validation – and solidarity – she craves Sara El Sayed’s memoir Muddy People is out August 2021. Photograph: Bec Blooms Photography
Coalition to spend $19K to send Tony Abbott on trade mission to India Former Australian prime minister has signed a conflict of interest declaration due to his role as a trade adviser to the UK government Former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott is heading to India on an unpaid trade mission this month. His overseas travel during the pandemic has attracted controversy, given Australia imposes strict international border measures. Photograph: Joel Carrett/AAP
Environment officials questioned use of heritage-listed land as offset for western Sydney airportExclusive: Green group decries infrastructure department’s ‘dodgy offset’ plan to use government site that already had protections Documents show officials asked the federal infrastructure department to justify the use of Defence Establishment Orchard Hills to offset the destruction of woodland. Photograph: Carly Earl/The Guardian
Clarkson’s jettisoning shamefully arrogant scheming by HawthornThe outgoing Hawks coach is either a man of extreme virtue or he is just bloody good at biting his tongue Esteemed AFL coach Alistair Clarkson is a man in demand after his messy departure from Hawthorn. Photograph: James Ross/AAP
Magnificent McKeon headlines historic day for Australia in TokyoSuper Sunday’s four gold medals have Australia closing in on its highest ever Olympic haul in Athens Emma McKeon’s four gold and three bronze medals in Tokyo have made her the most decorated Australian athlete at a single Olympics. Photograph: Xinhua/REX/Shutterstock
The Guardian view on Fortress Europe: a continent losing its moral compassThe increasingly draconian approach to irregular migration betrays the spirit of the 1951 refugee convention Migrants aboard a German rescue ship off the coast of Libya. Photograph: Darrin Zammit Lupi/Reuters
Colombia's attorney general's office will charge former army commander General Mario Montoya for responsibility of 104 extrajudicial executions, as part of the "false positives" scandal, it said on Sunday. The false positives took place between 2002 and 2008, during the term of ex-President Alvaro Uribe, when soldiers murdered civilians and registered them as guerrilla fighters killed in combat to receive benefits. The country's transitional justice court (JEP) says at least 6,402 people were killed this way, but some victims' groups allege the numbers could be higher.
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Madeleine Whitlock said it was ‘really emotional’ to watch the 28-year-old.
Employers offer golden hellos of up to £10k amid worker shortage. Adzune finds almost 5,000 vacancies with signing-on bonuses for in-demand roles such as care workers and chefs