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Premier League Reopens Stadiums to Fans

Perhaps, though, there is one exception. Soccer’s last nine months have been marked, indelibly, by absence: first, for two months, of the sport as a whole, and then, for far
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how the ‘miracle of the oil’ sparked the Jewish Festival of Lights

These are said to derive from a yeast dough pastry mentioned in the Talmud. These pastries were cooked in oil and called sufganin (absorbent) because they absorbed a lot of oil
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Demi-tour – After police are filmed beating a black man, France does a U-turn | Europe

AT 6.42PM ON November 21st, three policemen forced their way into a recording studio in a smart area of Paris and savagely beat up Michel Zecler, a black record producer.
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Brexit talks to resume Sunday despite difficulties – POLITICO

Leaders from the EU and U.K. agreed Saturday that “further effort should be undertaken” to break an impasse in the negotiations on their future relationship and instructed their chief negotiators
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Beautiful!, Fave Russian Folk Song – The Horse (Kon’)

This song “A Horse” is the most genious and popular Russian song, which was performed by a lot of different Russian singers and choirs. It takes 32nd place in the
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Covid-19 and employment – The fates of Arcadia and Debenhams point to retail’s huge problem | Britain

Dec 3rd 2020 UNABLE TO COMPETE with the convenience of shopping online, the high street has been crumbling for years; and the covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the trend. Arcadia, a
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World’s largest iceberg captured in photos by UK air force plane

An aircraft from the UK”s RAF has taken pictures of the world’s biggest iceberg as it floated over the South Atlantic Ocean. The sprawling 4,200-sq-km mass, called A68a, was on
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COVID-19: Lloyd Webber announces theatre reopening dates after coronavirus shutdown | Ents & Arts News

Andrew Lloyd Webber has announced dates for the reopening of his major theatres. The composer said he was “hugely optimistic” about the return of audiences after the COVID-19 vaccine rollout,
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Man City 1-0 Fulham LIVE! Latest score, goal updates, team news, TV and Premier League match stream today

Manchester City look to have finally hit their stride as they welcome another team trying to turn a corner. A 5-0 thumping of Burnley last time out was, by a
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Covid in Scotland: 22 new coronavirus deaths confirmed

Scottish government figures show the total number of positive cases in Scotland has risen by 777 since Friday, which is 4.5% of those tested. Source link
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That booster shot is a doozy. Production problems involving Sputnik V’s second dose complicate Russia’s plans for mass coronavirus vaccinations

Earlier this week, Vladimir Putin vowed that Russia will produce 2 million doses of its coronavirus vaccine, known as “Sputnik V,” in the coming days. Under his orders, the nation
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Can we afford to let people burn out in their best working age?

Work is a remarkable part of everyday life for many of us. No matter how much one might love one’s job, work is always, among the positive aspects, also a
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Family of Shukri Abdi speak of their grief as coroner rules schoolgirl’s death was an accident – Channel 4 News

In June last year, as a heatwave swept the country, a 12-year-old girl drowned in a river in Bury, Greater Manchester. Shukri Abdi was swimming with other children. But she
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Covid: Russia begins vaccinations in Moscow

The home-grown Sputnik V vaccine, which is still undergoing mass testing, is being used. Source link
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Europe’s ePrivacy Rule Would Limit the Hunt for Online Child Sex Abuse

“The grooming of children for sexual purposes is always about a child on the verge of or in the midst of abuse,” said John Shehan, a vice president at the
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US State Department ends five cultural exchange programs with China — RT World News

The US State Department has axed five exchange programs with Beijing branding them as instruments of propaganda as relations between the states continues to deteriorate. The cancelled programs are the
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Car number plates which are banned in UK as of 2020 – from the rude to the inappropriate

The latest round of banned number plates has been revealed. Officials from the DVLA have combed through all possible letter and number combos with the new 20 and 70-plates in
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Charlemagne – To ski or not to ski? | Europe

Dec 5th 2020 IT TOOK A pandemic to silence Gerhard Schmiderer. For the past quarter-century, the now 70-year-old “DJ Gerhard” has blasted trashy hits for drunken après-skiers at MooserWirt, a
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POLITICO Poll of Polls — Polling from across Europe. Updated daily. – POLITICO

Lithuania goes to the polls on October 11 to elect a new parliament. Here’s the latest polling data and projections from POLITICO Poll of Polls. Homeland Union-Lithuanian Christian Democrats
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EU-UK negotiations – Brexit talks inch towards a last-minute deal—but it is not done yet | Britain

Dec 5th 2020 THE GOVERNMENT is urging businesses to step up preparations for the end of Britain’s transition out of the European Union on December 31st. This week Michael Gove,
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Move to relocate Rohingya refugees to remote island criticised by human rights groups

More than 1,600 Rohingya refugees are being relocated to a remote island as part of the first phase of a controversial relocation program launched by the Bangladeshi goverment. Some 1,640
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Federal Judge Restores Obama-Era DACA Program For Those Illegally Brought to US in Childhood

US 01:47 GMT 05.12.2020Get short URL https://cdn1.img.sputniknews.com/img/07e4/0c/05/1081366258_0:83:3000:1771_1200x675_80_0_0_d5c6249c2a61a1b2803f891df7579e5b.jpg Sputnik International https://cdn2.img.sputniknews.com/i/logo.png Daria Bedenko. Sputnik International https://sputniknews.com/us/202012051081366291-federal-judge-restores-obama-era-daca-program-for-those-illegally-brought-to-us-in-childhood/ The Trump administration has been targeting the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) since September
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‘A filthy hovel’ – Britannia named worst UK hotel chain eight years running | UK News

Britannia has been ranked the UK’s worst hotel chain for the eighth consecutive year, after guests described their venues as “filthy”. It was the only firm to receive just one
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UK coronavirus LIVE: Latest Covid-19 deaths and cases revealed as London faces Tier 3 warning

C oronavirus infections are dropping across the UK as the latest R rate fell to between 0.8 and 1. The Government’s  Sage advisory group, which publishes the data, suggested the
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