Greece has had one of the lowest rates of infection and fatalities due to the pandemic in Europe as the result of an early and extremely strict lockdown — in some cases, residents were not even allowed to go grocery shopping, and were brought supplies instead. As such, the country is emerging perhaps healthier from the crisis than its neighbors. However, the government is still wary to open its borders in order to keep it that way. … [Read more...] about Which European countries are open for summer tourism?
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Beautiful lady: The icon also created the hugely successful makeup brand Fenty Beauty in 2017 at 29 years old; she developed the line with Kendo, a division of the luxury conglomerate Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessey (LVMH); pictured in her SavagexFenty brand … [Read more...] about Rihanna celebrates 15 years since the release of her debut single Pon de Replay: ‘Feels like just yesterday I was shaking in the hallways of Def Jam waiting to audition for Jay’
Two people have been arrested, Coffer said. Shaquille OBryant Barber, 26, of Jonesville, faces charges of unlawful carry of a firearm and public disorderly conduct. Darnell Deandre Beacham, 35, of Buffalo, was charged with public disorderly conduct. … [Read more...] about Two dead, including teen, and five more injured after shooting at huge South Carolina party where 1,000 people gathered to celebrate the end of the school year
Morris said the coronavirus pandemic had affected the ability to conduct thorough assessments of the full impact of the fires. “The proper approach” would be to pause development of sites that might now hold increased importance to the survival of species, he said. … [Read more...] about Manyana bushland clearing halted as protest group launches federal court challenge
All three former heads I interviewed - Stella Rimington, Stephen Lander and Eliza Manningham-Buller - agree MI5's anti-subversion campaign had got out of hand. They also point to a cathartic moment when its isolation from the real world and lack of oversight led to two traumatic incidents. One was the attempt in 1982 by MI5 officer Michael Bettaney to hand over some of its innermost secrets to the Russians. Manningham-Buller says he was "a disaster waiting to happen" - the Guardian has separately learned that Sir John Jones, then head of MI5, suggested it might have been better for the agency's reputation if Bettaney had not been caught and the scandal had been swept under the carpet. … [Read more...] about The secret servants