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Wembley crowd to at least 40k at Euro 2020

Wembley will increase to at least 40,000 as the Euro 2020 progresses after the British government decided to further ease coronavirus restrictions.

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Maradona 3-D light show dazzles at Copa

Diego Maradona's life was honored in a tribute featuring lights and projections onto the pitch before Argentina's Copa America opener against Chile.

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Messi scores stunner but Chile nab Copa draw

Lionel Messi scored for Argentina but Chile answered in the second half as the two sides played to a 1-1 draw in group stage at the Copa America.

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Americans in Vietnam frustrated their government not giving them Covid jab

U.S. citizens living in Vietnam are disappointed their government has not vaccinated them given the surplus at home.

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US to transfer federal property for Hawaiian home lands

The U.S. is giving Native Hawaiians surplus land as compensation for acres that were meant for homesteading but used instead by the federal government

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DJ Khaled trolled as 'Batman' after DC says Batman can't go down on Catwoman

A lot of social media users started mentioning DJ Khaled and his infamous 2015 interview where he remarked that he wouldn't go down on his woman

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Vlad Jr homers to tie it, Red Sox top Blue Jays in 9th, 2-1

Rafael Devers hit a line drive off the Green Monster in the bottom of the ninth after Vladimir Guerrero Jr. homered to tie it in the top half, and the Boston Red Sox bounced back from their worst loss of the season to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 2-1

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Messi's Argentina draws 1-1 with Chile at Copa America

Argentina and Chile drew 1-1 in their Copa America opener despite an intense performance from Lionel Messi

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Fox reporter Ivory Hecker accuses network on-air of 'muzzling' her, to release 'truth' via Project Veritas

'I'm going to be releasing some recordings about what goes on behind the scenes at Fox because it applies to you,' she told the viewers

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What is 'AC or AOC'? Blaire Erskine's viral joke is winning the Internet

Erskine, acting as a spokesperson for ERCOT, urged Texans to unplug this summer to preserve the grid, with a hilarious take

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UN urged to probe sharing of Rohingya data

The UN improperly collected and shared data from more than 800,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, passing it on to Myanmar,

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Gordon proposes 7-day ‘home’ quarantine for fully vaccinated arriving Filipinos

MANILA, Philippines—Senator Richard Gordon is proposing that all Filipinos arriving in the Philippines, whether they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 here or abroad, to be sent directly for home quarantine for seven days.And while at home quarantine, they should be tested for COVID-19 by RT-PCR on the fifth to seventh day, Gordon, who is also chairman of the Philippine Red Cross, said in his letter to vaccine czar Secretary Carlito G. Galvez Jr.“The passenger will only be allowed to interact with other people in their household and community once a negative test has been secured, and that strict observance of safety protocols, such as wearing of face masks, fre

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Nord Stream 2 pipeline: controversial and unstoppable

The soon-to-be-completed Nord Stream 2 pipeline, set to double natural gas supplies from Russia to Germany, has long divided European

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Why US Should Stay in Afghanistan Until Taliban Accepts Demands

The Taliban’s strategy is to pressure the US into withdrawing its troops completely, and then attack Kabul.

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Rays' Glasnow leaves game with right elbow inflammation

Tampa Bay starter Tyler Glasnow left Monday’s game against the Chicago White Sox after four innings with right elbow inflammation

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Marjorie Taylor Greene trolled for Holocaust museum visit: 'She thought it was a hoax'

Marjorie Taylor Greene visited the Holocaust museum and apologized for comparing mask mandates to the genocide

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‘Penthouse’ Season 3 continues to dominate ratings amid cultural appropriation scandal

Penthouse” Season 3 continued to dominate the ratings for its timeslot even amid an onslaught of criticism for introducing a character accused of cultural appropriation. According to an AC Nielsen survey, “Penthouse” Season 3 maintained its No. 1 position for its second episode which aired last Friday. The show scored an average of 15.2 percent, 17.5 percent, and 17.5 percent for its three parts. “Imitation” maintained its 0.7 rating while “Undercover” scored 3.9 percent for its second to the last episode. It can be recalled that the production of “Penthouse” Season 3 was recently criticized for their racist portrayal of a new character on their show. The role of Alex, played by Korean actor Park Eun Seok, was accused of cultural appropriation when he appeared as a character with dreadlocks and spoke with an accent of an African-American. International fans of the show slammed the portrayal as disrespectful and racist. For his part, the actor immediately apologized to the fans and said that his attempt to convey his admiration of black culture was construed as cultural appropriation. “I’d like to apologize to the people who took offense by the character’s appearance. It was more admiration of the culture than mockery, but now I’m aware that the approach was more CA,” he said, as he acknowledged that his role was a wrong attempt for character development.

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NSA leaker imprisoned for sharing report released to halfway house

A former government contractor who pleaded guilty to leaking classified information to the media has been released from prison to a halfway house after nearly four years of incarceration, her lawyer confirmed to CNN on Monday.

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Accenture to Acquire Engineering Capabilities from DI Square to Strengthen PLM and ALM Capabilities for Manufacturing Clients

TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun 14, 2021-- Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has entered into an agreement with DI Square to acquire the company’s consulting

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Executive offices in Costa Rica searched, several arrests in corruption probe

Costa Rican investigators on Monday carried out 57 raids, including on the building housing the country's top executive offices, in

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COVID-19 infects 45 more PNP personnel in Central Luzon

SAN ANTONIO, Zambales—The health service of the Police Regional Office 3 (PRO3) reported 45 new COVID-19 cases among its workforce, including non-uniformed personnel.In its latest data from June 14-15, the PRO3 said the new infections raised the active COVID-19 cases among its personnel to 246, including those in this province.The figure pushed to 1,668 the number of personnel of the Philippine National Police in Central Luzon who had contracted the virus since last year.Most of them contracted the virus while on duty.But at least 1,417 of these cases have already recovered from the viral disease.So far, the PRO3 logged five COVID-19 deaths among its personnel since

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Tropical depression 2 has formed off the East Coast

The second tropical depression of the season has formed off the coast of North Carolina.

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Does Thomas Girardi have Alzheimer's? 'The Housewife and the Hustler' delves into lawyer's decline

Between his divorce from 'RHOBH' star Erika Jayne to fraud accusations, there is more to TomGirardi's situation, including his health

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Granular lockdown, tighter checkpoints eyed in Olongapo to curb COVID spread

OLONGAPO CITY—Mayor Rolen Paulino Jr. said the local inter-agency task force on COVID-19 would consider imposing a granular or localized lockdown amid the surge in COVID-19 infections in the city.In his recent weekly update, Paulino said the move would help curb the rising COVID-19 cases by determining specific areas and households where virus spreads or have high concentration of transmission.He said this would also help local health authorities carry out contract tracing and caution neighbors of infected patients against leaving their homes.According to the mayor, he has also coordinated with the local police about tightening control at various checkpoints in the city to

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Brazil: 41 COVID-19 cases connected to Copa America event

Brazil's government says it has documented 41 cases of COVID-19 related to the Copa America

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