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In today’s Global Bulletin, the English Premier League renews rights deals for three years; Stephen Graham-starrer “Boiling Point” sells wide; and NENT Group sets terrorism drama “Red Election.” The English Premier League soccer championship has agreed a proposal for a three-year renewal of U.K. live and non-live broadcast agreements with Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon […]
The star said she lost 13 years of her life.
This 70-year-old Indonesian musician has created a unique electric drum from beer cans, cassette tapes and other recycled objects. Nguyen Hong Phuoc has been working on his invention for years and he says it requires a light touch to play the instrument correctly. "I just lightly touch the lead wire and it makes a sound... it's very scientific," he explains. Initially, Hong Phuoc's instrument was met with laughter by his friends and neighbours in the An Giang province. "I thought he was making a toy but when he finished the instrument and put it to use, I was very impressed," admits Nguyen Hoai Trung. "Only his special gift and passion allowed him to create this one-of-a-kind instrument,” he concludes.
LONDON (Reuters) -British Airways cancelled its flights to and from Tel Aviv on Thursday, the latest international carrier to avoid flying to Israel amid an escalating conflict there. "The safety and security of our colleagues and customers is always our top priority, and we continue to monitor the situation closely," British Airways said.
Saudi Arabia has released construction magnate Bakr bin Laden, more than three years after his detention in a purge of the kingdom's elite that upended his vast business empire, sources told AFP.
Octavian Lupu, Andrei Rotaru, Alexandru Cimbir, and Dmitri Ceban, were jailed for more than 71 years for raping a woman in London in August 2017.
Thailand reported its largest ever spike in coronavirus infections Thursday, with more than half coming from two Bangkok prisons where prominent democracy activists have been detained.
At least two Indian states have said they plan to dose their populations with the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin to protect against severe COVID-19 infections as their hospitals are overrun with patients in critical condition. The move by the coastal state of Goa and northern state of Uttarakhand, come despite the World Health Organization and others warning against such measures. "The current evidence on the use of ivermectin to treat COVID-19 patients is inconclusive," WHO said in a statement in late March.
She has *a lot* of thoughts on the pair's new relationship.
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Skipping the auction will be a relief to the league as revenues from football's domestic broadcast rights deals were expected to fall across Europe's top leagues this year due to a lack of competition between broadcasters. The league said it had received government approval to renew its broadcast rights with existing partners instead of holding a competitive auction due to the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A hanging chair adds an immediate sense of luxury and glamour to your garden.
Yesterday's jump in US headline CPI to 4.2% was the biggest rise seen since 2008, largely driven by a 10% rise in the prices of used cars and trucks. It was more than double the Federal Reserve’s target.
Streets and structures in Gaza sustained severe damage on May 12 as the Israeli military continued its campaign of strikes in response to barrages of rockets fired from the Strip.This footage by Mohammed Abo Oun shows Gaza City residents inspecting the damaged streets.The Israel Defense Forces said more than 1,100 rockets had been fired into Israel over a three-day period.Officials in Gaza said 67 people had been killed, with seven deaths reported in Israel. Credit: Mohamed Abo oun via Storyful
Boris Johnson said that it is 'certainly our intention' to change current advice about home working - but will you continue to 'WFH'?
The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Thursday (13 May) confirmed 32 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country's total case count to 61,451.
It has been 10 years since a group of Spaniards angered by the economic crisis took their fury onto the streets, occupying public squares in a new form of protest that caught on worldwide.
The CMA said holidays cancelled due to the pandemic must be refunded within 14 days.
President Ivan Duque had urged citizens to reject violence and stereotypes about demonstrators and police alike.Riot police at nightfall emerged from the Congress building and fired tear gas and stun bombs at the thousands of protesters gathered in the capital's central Bolivar Plaza.As they left the square, protesters shattered glass benches on their way.The sometimes violent demonstrations began in late April, initially fuelled by outrage at a now-cancelled tax plan.Protesters' demands have expanded to include an end to police violence, economic support as the COVID-19 pandemic affects incomes, and the withdrawal of a health reform.Duque has offered dialogue, but many protesters doubt government promises will lead to change and talks with union and student leaders have so far proved fruitless.