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England's COVID-19 weekly reproduction "R" number was estimated to have fallen to between 0.8 and 1.0, the government said on Friday, and the epidemic could be shrinking in the country. Last week the R number was estimated between 0.9 and 1.1.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said Friday he was "excited" by the prospect of fans being allowed to stand during Premier League games after a safe-standing trial was announced.
From a gas price shock, to a "Swift" rise for one European stock, this is the Week in Numbers.250% or so is the jump in European gas prices this year. And that spells big trouble for consumers and businesses. The rises are rippling through energy-intensive industries from food production to steel making, and making consumers wonder how much it will cost to stay warm this winter. European Commissioner Kadri Simson urged member states to act: "There are also tools that member states can use to address the situation immediately. VAT and excise policy..."$55 billion is the value of Taylor Swift and Billie Eilish... or it was the valuation put on their label, Universal Music, when its shares started trading in Amsterdam. The world's biggest label boasts a host of current stars, and a back catalogue featuring the Beatles, Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones. 30 days is how long China Evergrande has to make an interest payment that was due on Thursday. Bondholders say they weren't paid, and heard nothing from the ailing property giant. Investors now fear a messy default that could be China's "Lehman moment" - a collapse that ripples through the whole financial system. $210 billion is how much revenue carmakers could lose this year due to supply-chain blockages. That's according to industry consultants Alixpartners. And it's not just down to the global shortage of computer chips. Supplies of steel and plastic are also tight. And 4.2% is where the Federal Reserve now sees U.S. inflation this year, more than twice its target rate. Policymakers still think it's a passing phase, part fueled by the spike in energy costs. But all over the world, price rises are getting real for consumers.
These are the strange things that you see and don't question when living in New York City. Too funny!
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You have a choice between two colorways of the Super Sleek and Ultraboost OG.
Thousands of singing and chanting spectators created an electric atmosphere at the first tee to start the 43rd Ryder Cup on a cool Friday morning at Whistling Straits.
Everyone loves a reason to skip the housework occasionally, but one woman found herself with the ultimate excuse to ditch the washing when a number of snakes took over the laundry room at her Queensland home.Footage by Kylie Coates shows at least four snakes tangled up and writhing in the window of the laundry room at her home north of Townsville.Sharing the bizarre sight to her local Townsville Snake Catchers Facebook group on September 16, Coates wondered if perhaps the snakes were engaged in a group mating session.Coates told Storyful that she and her household are no strangers to snakes due to living in the bush, but said she was shocked when she was greeted by the reptiles while going to do a load of washing.“Snakes 1, washing 0! Absolutely unbelievable sight! And they did not seem to be bothered by us watching,” she said. Credit: Kylie Coates via Storyful
German animation studio Fabian & Fred has boarded Spanish director Isabel Herguera’s animated feature “Sultana,” which is set between a fictional feminist utopia and India under British colonial rule. The Spain-Germany co-production is inspired by a feminist utopian book “Sultana’s Dream,” written in 1905 by Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain, a Bengali female activist from a village […]
Isimemen Etute is accused of beating a man to death after finding out he wasn't a woman.
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A 38-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of teacher Sabina Nessa in Kidbrooke, south-east London. Police said the man was arrested at an address in Lewisham and remains in custody. Detectives investigating her death are also looking for another man they want to speak to. And have released CCTV images of the man taken close to the time and location where Sabina was attacked. The 28-year-old woman’s body was found by a passer-by in Cator Park in Kidbrooke at around 5:30pm on Saturday September 18th. The day before Sabina had been walking to meet a friend at a pub near her home when she was fatally attacked at around 8:30pm. The journey should have taken only five minutes. The community of Kidbrooke have organised a vigil for Friday evening on September 24th at 7pm in Pegler Square to remember Nessa.
Chief Executive of the Petrol Retailers Association Gordon Balmer says "don't panic buy, be sensible" amid reports of a petrol shortage due to delivery issues. Balmer says there is fuel "out there”, but panic buying is a "self-fulfilling prophecy".
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A Nottinghamshire couple saved thousands on their wedding by buying a wedding dress from Marketplace and growing bouquets in their back garden.
"I never expect the level of crazy and weird that comes my way", says April Bowlby of the scripts on Doom Patrol.
Laurent Cantet, best known for “The Class,” his Cannes 2008’s Palme d’Or-winning film about a teacher and his racially-mixed students in an underprivileged Parisian suburb, highlights the cracks within French society in the thought-provoking “Arthur Rambo.” The film, which played at Toronto in the Platform section and is competing at San Sebastian, is inspired by […]
The star said we live in a 'very sexist world'.