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Brexit briefing: 170 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 170 days until the end of the transition period

The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.
Press Association
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Queen tipped off on Kerr dismissal plans

Queen tipped off on Kerr dismissal plans

Letters between Sir John Kerr and the Queen during the 1975 dismissal of Prime Minister Gough Whitlam have been released.
Australian Associated Press
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Raiders and Roosters in battle of most wounded

Raiders and Roosters in battle of most wounded

Canberra have lost five players to serious injuries in a fortnight and the Sydney Roosters have faired little better, ahead of their NRL grand final rematch.
Australian Associated Press
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China says Hong Kong opposition primary a 'serious provocation'

China says Hong Kong opposition primary a 'serious provocation'

China has described a primary by Hong Kong's pro-democracy parties as a "serious provocation", warning that some campaigning may have breached a new security law recently imposed on the city. from Sunday, July 12thN°1V27VF
AFP
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Squaw Valley Ski Resort considers name change

Squaw Valley Ski Resort considers name change

California's Squaw Valley Ski Resort received international name recognition by hosting the 1960 Olympics. Now that name, considered offensive to Native Americans, is being reconsidered in the wake of a national reckoning over racial injustice.
Associated Press
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Small businesses fight for survival as they reopen

Small businesses fight for survival as they reopen

As New York City businesses re-open after the COVID-19 lockdown, they have to balance the safety of their staff and patrons with their own feelings of excitement and anxiety.
Associated Press
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Virus-hit Singapore enters recession as economy shrinks

Virus-hit Singapore enters recession as economy shrinks

Singapore plunged into recession in the second quarter as growth fell 41.2 percent quarter-on-quarter with the trade-dependent economy hammered by the coronavirus, preliminary data showed Tuesday.
AFP
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U.S. warship burning for a second day

U.S. warship burning for a second day

Hundreds of firefighters battled through a second day from the air, land and water on Monday to save a U.S. war vessel swept by flames while moored at a San Diego shipyard, as the number of sailors and civilians injured in the blaze rose to nearly 60.
Reuters
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Victoria exceeds 1800 active virus cases

Victoria exceeds 1800 active virus cases

Premier Daniel Andrews has confirmed that Victoria has recorded another 270 coronavirus infections, taking the state's number of active COVID-19 cases past 1800.
Australian Associated Press
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Today in History for July 14th

Today in History for July 14th

Highlights of this day in history: Bastille prison stormed during the French Revolution; Outlaw 'Billy the Kid' gunned down; Richard Speck murders student nurses in Chicago; Mariner 4 probe flies by Mars; Folk singer Woody Guthrie born.
Associated Press
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Bulgarians protest for fifth night against government

Bulgarians protest for fifth night against government

housands of Bulgarians gather for a fifth day to protest against corruption and demand the resignation of the conservative government of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.
AFP
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NSW virus rules tightened after pub outbreak

NSW virus rules tightened after pub outbreak

NSW pubs will have to operate under stricter rules after more than 20 COVID-19 cases were linked to a cluster at a hotel in Sydney's southwest.
Australian Associated Press
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Anger in eastern Russia over popular governor's arrest

Anger in eastern Russia over popular governor's arrest

Protesters in Russia's Far East continue to rally in support of a popular regional governor who was arrested on murder charges which his supporters say are politically motivated. Earlier protests over the weekend brought thousands onto the streets...
AFP
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Trent Barrett looms as replacement for Dean Pay at Bulldogs

Trent Barrett looms as replacement for Dean Pay at Bulldogs

Trent Barrett is considered the front runner to become the next head coach at the Bulldogs, after Dean Pay resigned with the club stranded at the bottom of the NRL ladder.
Australian Associated Press
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Zoo kittens show their carnivorous side

Zoo kittens show their carnivorous side

A pair of black-footed cat kittens are starting on a carnivorous diet at the San Diego Zoo. Although the pair look like cute house cats, their species is said to be the world's deadliest.
Associated Press
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COVID outbreaks threaten plans to reopen colleges

COVID outbreaks threaten plans to reopen colleges

COVID-19 outbreaks linked to student parties are threatening plans to reopen colleges and universities. A spike in infections linked to fraternity parties are complicating efforts to bring students and faculty back to the UC Berkeley campus.
Associated Press
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NHL returns as camps open

NHL returns as camps open

Six Canadian NHL teams joined 18 American counterparts in opening training camp yesterday in their respective cities. The teams are preparing for the NHL's restart, which begins Aug. 1 in Toronto and Edmonton.
Canadian Press
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Virus vaccine candidate starts human tests in Queensland

Virus vaccine candidate starts human tests in Queensland

Human testing has begun on a COVID-19 vaccine candidate developed in Queensland.
Australian Associated Press
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Body found in CA identified as Glee star Rivera

Body found in CA identified as Glee star Rivera

[NFA] The body of "Glee" actress Naya Rivera has been discovered at Lake Piru near Los Angeles, the Ventura County Sheriff said on Monday. Gavino Garay has more.
Reuters
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A-League finally set to resume

A-League finally set to resume

The A-League has undergone a fixture reshuffle to allow three Victorian clubs in quarantine fairer turnarounds, with competition to resume on July 17.
Australian Associated Press
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Analyst: Redskins rebranding is necessary

Analyst: Redskins rebranding is necessary

Washington's NFL team is shedding the "Redskins" name and logo after pressure from sponsors and criticism that they are offensive to Native Americans. An analyst says the team was forced to rebrand after financial backers demanded it.
Associated Press
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Steve Backshall tunes into the sound of birdsong on a dairy farm

Steve Backshall tunes into the sound of birdsong on a dairy farm

Yeo Valley, the family-owned organic farm and dairy manufacturing business, is helping ease our lockdown lows, with a one-off, unique biodiversity and wildlife soundscape that brings the outside in. This first of a kind on-farm recording brings to...
Press Association
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San Francisco Zoo reopens with virus safety rules

San Francisco Zoo reopens with virus safety rules

The San Francisco Zoo reopened its outdoor exhibit areas to the public on Monday, after being closed for nearly four months during the virus outbreak. The opening comes with new safety measures, amid a spike in COVID-19 cases in California.
Associated Press
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Trump-Fauci tension rises as virus cases soar

Trump-Fauci tension rises as virus cases soar

[NFA] President Donald Trump on Monday took a swipe at health experts in his government leading the U.S. response to the coronavirus, and one of them, Dr. Anthony Fauci, answered with an appeal for states to stick to guidelines to snuff out a surge i
Reuters
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Kate backs BBC's new Tiny Happy People initiative

Kate backs BBC's new Tiny Happy People initiative

The BBC has launched Tiny Happy People, an initiative backed by the Duchess of Cambridge, to support parents and carers in developing the language and communication skills of 0-4-year-old children. At the heart of the initiative is a simple messa...
Press Association
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Johnson makes face coverings compulsory in England's shops

Johnson makes face coverings compulsory in England's shops

Johnson makes face coverings compulsory in England's shops As of July 24, it will be mandatory to wear a face covering whilst shopping in England. The Government have announced this fresh move to aid other measures to stop the spread of Covid-19...
Press Association
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Trump: Radical politicians want to 'defund' police

Trump: Radical politicians want to 'defund' police

President Donald Trump used a White House law enforcement roundtable to pitch himself as a law and order candidate while warning of a “radical left” push toward lawlessness.
Associated Press
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Mexican hospital helps COVID-19 patients recover through games, activities

Mexican hospital helps COVID-19 patients recover through games, activities

The medical staff at the Juarez hospital in Mexico's capital helps COVID-19 patients recover by boosting their morales through games and activities, which psychologists say helps keep them engaged and active, and will avoid anxiety and cognitive i...
AFP
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Ventura County Sheriff 'confident' body found in Lake Piru is Naya Rivera

Ventura County Sheriff 'confident' body found in Lake Piru is Naya Rivera

"We are confident the body we found is that of Naya Rivera," says Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub after rescuers, earlier in the day, recovered a body in Lake Piru, where the 'Glee' star went missing last week.
AFP
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AP Top Stories July 13

AP Top Stories July 13

Here's the latest for Monday July 13th: Trump doubles down on schools reopening; Body found in search for ‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera; Fire still burning on Navy ship; Washington's NFL team drops 'Redskins' name; Mars is about to be invaded by planet ...
Associated Press
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Football fans react to Redskins "retiring" name

Football fans react to Redskins "retiring" name

Some football fans are upset while others support "retiring" the Redskins name and Indian head logo from the Washington DC-based NFL team. It follows pressure from sponsors and decades of criticism that they are offensive to Native Americans.
Associated Press
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California returns to limits on indoor gatherings

California returns to limits on indoor gatherings

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has extended the closure of bars and indoor dining statewide and has ordered gyms, churches and hair salons closed in most places as coronavirus cases keep rising in the nation's most populated state.
Associated Press
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Quebec makes masks mandatory indoors

Quebec makes masks mandatory indoors

Premier Francois Legault has announced mask-wearing will be mandatory in all indoor public places across Quebec starting Saturday. Businesses will be expected to enforce the new rules and are subject to fines of between $400 and $6,000. People who...
Canadian Press
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Rafal Trzaskowski concedes defeat in Polish presidential election

Rafal Trzaskowski concedes defeat in Polish presidential election

The liberal mayor of Warsaw and defeated presidential contender, Rafal Trzaskowski, calls on winner, incumbent President Duda, to "free himself from his political party" and believes that his score of over 48% is a "message of hope".
AFP
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Trump says he has 'good relationship' with Fauci

Trump says he has 'good relationship' with Fauci

President Donald Trump says he has a "good relationship" with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious diseases expert, who has been sidelined by the White House. But, Trump says, he doesn't "always agree with him."
Associated Press
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Fire burns on Navy ship in San Diego, dozens hurt

Fire burns on Navy ship in San Diego, dozens hurt

Firefighters are still battling a blaze that broke out on a Navy combat ship in San Diego and injured at least 57 people. The fire started Sunday morning aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard, triggering an explosion that rocked San Diego Bay.
Associated Press
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Trump: getting 'rave reviews' for commuting Stone

Trump: getting 'rave reviews' for commuting Stone

President Donald Trump says he's getting "rave reviews" for his decision to commute the 40-month prison sentence of longtime ally Roger Stone, who Trump insists was not given a fair trial.
Associated Press
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Macron addresses military community ahead of Bastille Day

Macron addresses military community ahead of Bastille Day

President Emmanuel Macron emphasises the "greatness" of the armies to "give way to the women and men in white coats who fought" against the coronavirus at the traditional reception for the military community on the eve of July 14. The 2020 edition...
AFP
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Seattle mayor: police cuts plan 'not responsible'

Seattle mayor: police cuts plan 'not responsible'

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is responding to a push by the Seattle City Council to cut the police force's budget by 50 percent. Such a cut could "decimate" the department's ability to respond to emergencies, Durkan said Monday.
Associated Press
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McEnany says Trump, Fauci have 'good' relationship

McEnany says Trump, Fauci have 'good' relationship

After days of White House attacks on the credibility of Dr. Anthony Fauci, press secretary Kayleigh McEnany insists President Donald Trump and the nation's top infectious disease specialist have always had a "very good working relationship."
Associated Press
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Federal execution would be first in 17 years

Federal execution would be first in 17 years

The federal government could carry out the first federal execution in nearly two decades on Monday, over the objection of the family of the victims.
Associated Press
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WHO warns virus will get 'worse and worse'

WHO warns virus will get 'worse and worse'

The coronavirus pandemic raging around the globe will worsen if countries fail to adhere to strict healthcare precautions, the World Health Organization warned on Monday.
Reuters
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India's rescue teams face double challenge in Assam floods operations

India's rescue teams face double challenge in Assam floods operations

Rescue teams in northern Indian state of Assam face a double challenge of flood water and coronavirus as they help villagers affected by annual floods, which have affected 1.3 million people so far, and killed 48 since May.
AFP
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Firefighters try to save Siberian forest devastated by wildfires

Firefighters try to save Siberian forest devastated by wildfires

Russia's forest service says that six hard-to-reach forest fires were extinguished in the Krasnoyarsk region, with the estimated area of 4,731 hectares covered by fire. The operation involved 164 people and three units of ground equipment. An stat...
AFP
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Leicester sweatshops a 'modern-day scourge', says Patel

Leicester sweatshops a 'modern-day scourge', says Patel

Priti Patel has confirmed a cross-Government task force has been formed to stop the exploitation of workers. It follows reports that staff in factories in Leicester are earning as little as GBP3 an hour. Minimum wage is GBP8.72 for people aged ov...
Press Association
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Wales makes face coverings mandatory on public transport

Wales makes face coverings mandatory on public transport

Wales makes face coverings mandatory on public transport.
ITN
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Unrest continues in Mali

Unrest continues in Mali

Following days of deadly protests, opposition demonstrators set up barricades in Mali's capital Bamako, near the mosque of prominent protest advocate imam Mahmoud Dicko. President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita faces a mounting wave of demonstrations spar...
AFP
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Trudeau apologizes for not staying out of WE decision

Trudeau apologizes for not staying out of WE decision

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he didn't know how much money his relatives had made speaking at WE organization events, but he should have. And he should have fully recused himself from the decision to have WE Charity run a $900-million volunt...
Canadian Press
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