Azar also expressed scepticism of Russia’s claim that it had developed a coronavirus vaccine. On Tuesday, President Vladimir Putin said Russia had become the first country to grant regulatory approval to a Covid-19 vaccine after less than two months of human testing, a move Moscow likened to its success in the cold war-era space race. The vaccine, which has not yet completed its final trials, will be called Sputnik V. … [Read more...] about Global report: New Zealand begins mass testing as Australia records deadliest day
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'He did so, as he was later to admit, in a fit of temper because he became frustrated that she wouldn't stop crying and he threw her a distance of four to five feet across the room into the cot knocking her head on the side of the cot. … [Read more...] about Warehouse worker, 45, accused of murdering his 13-year-old daughter threw her across a room in ‘fit of temper’ when she was a baby because she would not stop crying, court hears
Proving that he had serious acting talent, the star was swept up in bullying storylines and a mysterious murder before he departed the show after three years. … [Read more...] about Ray Quinn stuns fans with unearthed photo from his Brookside stint
With an increased budget, expected to be close to £40m, Brailsford is almost certain now to hold on to his leading riders, the reigning Tour champion, Geraint Thomas, the multiple Grand Tour champion Chris Froome and the fast-rising Egan Bernal, who won France’s second-most prestigious stage race, Paris-Nice, on Saturday. … [Read more...] about Team Sky set for takeover by Britain’s richest man, Sir Jim Ratcliffe
Waves of uprisings like those of 2011-12 are rare. In 1848, most of the liberal-nationalist insurgencies of Europe and Latin America were crushed. Many defeated Germans ended up in America, where they supported the anti-slavery cause. Some defeated rebels, like Richard Wagner, veered hard right. Gustave Flaubert withdrew from politics. Britain’s Chartist movement peaked, but most of its programme was subsequently passed. Some of the 2011-12 activists of Tahrir and Gezi have been murdered, jailed, hospitalised, or exiled. Others scramble to find continuations. While appreciating what the movements accomplished, many realise how isolated they were (“Cairo is not Egypt”, as the astute Egyptian blogger Sandmonkey warned in March 2011). No grail to compensate for the isolation of passionate democrats has been found. … [Read more...] about Where are the Occupy protesters now?