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Wandering elephant in China returned to herd
Russian athletes are still present at Tokyo 2020, despite a ban for the country over a state-sponsored doping scheme
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Boris Johnson lifted the vast majority of the remaining Covid-19 restrictions in England on July 19, as the country moved to step four of its coronavirus lockdown roadmap. Every adult in the UK should have had the chance to have both doses of a coronavirus vaccine by mid-September, the Government said. The government has said it was not expecting work in offices to be completely back on July 19.
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Two tornados touched down in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, on July 29, according to local news reports, causing severe damage in Bensalem.This video posted to Twitter by @PFDSullivan shows a damaged Home Depot garden center.The National Weather Service reported two “tornadic storms” in northeast Philadelphia and Bucks County areas on the evening of July 29, as well in southwest Mercer County and northern Ocean County. Credit: @PFDSullivan via Storyful
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States is "deeply concerned with the increasingly harsh surveillance, harassment, and intimidation of U.S. and other foreign journalists" covering recent floods in China's Henan province, State Department spokesperson Ned Price said on Thursday. China's harsh rhetoric toward news it perceives as critical "has provoked negative public sentiment leading to tense, in-person confrontations and harassment" of journalists, Price said in a statement.
British athletes off to impressive start in Japan
Sheila Jackson Lee is third Black lawmaker to be arrested during voting rights protests. Congress members Joyce Beatty and Hank Johnson were previously arrested for participating in separate demonstrations
Scientific studies with poor methodology and inaccurate findings are exacerbating a Covid-19 misinformation crisis that is discouraging vaccination and putting lives at risk.
The United States is "deeply concerned" over the harassment and intimidation of foreign correspondents covering deadly floods in China, a State Department spokesman said Thursday.
Greece sends police to Covid hotspot islands to step up controls. Party islands Mykonos and Ios could be shut down as Delta variant infection rates surge among young people
Team GB are aiming to build on their latest medal rush as an impressive start to the Tokyo Olympics continues. Britain earned six more medals on day seven, with historic success for Bethany Shriever and Kye Whyte on the BMX track and further swimming podium places for Duncan Scott - his third medal of the Games so far - and Luke Greenbank. USA are again expected to enjoy a medal gold rush at the Tokyo Games, but currently trail China and Japan in the medal table.
North Korea says leader Kim Jong Un has called for stronger capability to cope with any foreign provocation as he presided over a meeting of military and political leaders
Mark Drakeford has confirmed the date as being when double jabbed adults in Wales can escape isolation.
More pandemic developments and tensions across the Channel are splashed across the nation’s front pages.
Florida senator has frequently criticised public health messaging around the coronavirus, while getting vaccinated himself
The Los Angeles Lakers are acquiring All-Star point guard Russell Westbrook from the Washington Wizards for three players and this year’s first-round draft pick
Two pairs of beavers were successfully reintroduced at Wild Ken Hill, near Heacham on the north Norfolk coast, last year.
Clive Palmer disregards TGA call to stop spreading ‘misleading’ vaccine material. Labor has complained to the Australian Electoral Commission about the mining magnate’s latest pamphlet, which is being distributed across the country Follow our Covid live blog for the latest updates
Christian Porter defamation case: judge rules ABC defence file won’t be made publicMedia companies lose bid to prevent 27 redacted pages of the ABC’s defence being removed from court file A judge has ruled the ABC’s defence documents in the high profile Christian Porter defamation case be removed from the court file. Photograph: Lukas Coch/AAP