A creative project made with household items.
A creative project made with household items.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson set out new measures on Monday to replace a COVID-19 lockdown in England from Dec. 2, reinforcing a previous regional approach to try to reopen businesses where infection rates are lower. Just over two weeks after Johnson introduced a national lockdown for England to try to tame a spiralling increase in new coronavirus cases, he said the measures had reduced COVID infection rates and would be eased on Dec. 2 as promised. Johnson has also been under pressure to scrap the lockdown from lawmakers in his Conservative Party, where many have threatened to vote against any new restrictions they consider overly damaging to the economy without more evidence of their effect in stemming infections.
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She shared a powerful monologue about body love and autonomy.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has revealed that Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha is self-isolating after testing positive for Covid-19.
As Barcelona and Real Madrid continue to misfire after having their purse strings cut by the COVID-19 pandemic, Real Sociedad have risen to the top of La Liga by embracing a defined style of play and trusting in homegrown talent. As well as leading the table since mid-October, Sociedad are arguably Spain's most exciting team right now, scoring an unbeatable 21 goals this term yet with the second best defence, conceding only four times. The expansive side is led by the likes of World Cup winner David Silva, former Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj and Sweden forward Alexander Isak, plus homegrown talent such as Spain forward Mikel Oyarzabal, who is the league's top scorer with six goals.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday said the "escape route" from the coronavirus was in sight as he announced that tough restrictions in England would not be extended beyond December 2.
São Paulo Health Secretary Jean Gorinchteyn said on Monday he expects Brazil's regulator to approve the use of a COVID-19 vaccine developed by China's Sinovac by January. The Butantan biomedical research institute that is running the late-stage trials of the Sinovac vaccine in Brazil has now reached the minimum number of infected cases to register the vaccine, Gorinchteyn said at a news briefing. João Gabbardo, head of the Sao Paulo's COVID-19 contingency committee, said at the same event that he expects China's health regulator to approve Sinovac's CoronaVac in December, which could hasten approval in Brazil.
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No matter if you’re young or old, hair thinning is something that can happen to anyone. In fact, 85 percent of men will experience “significantly thinning hair” by age 50 and 40 percent of all hair loss sufferers are women. It’s a hair wash specifically designed to help reduce hair thinning “by promoting hair strength and thickness” — and it’s 23 percent off.
Turkey summoned the envoys to Ankara of the European Union, Italy and Germany on Monday to protest over a German attempt to search a Turkish cargo ship for a suspected arms shipment to Libya, the Foreign Ministry said. Earlier, Germany accused Turkey of preventing German forces belonging to an EU military mission from fully searching the ship, a move Ankara said was a violation of international law.
Thanks to TikTok, millions of people are learning about the "customer service" voice.
Uber has been refused permission to dismiss 11 people at its EMEA headquarters in Amsterdam by the Dutch Employee Insurance Agency (UWV), the ride hailing company has confirmed. The affected individuals did not take up an earlier severance offer as part of wider Uber layoffs earlier this year. Uber announced major global layoffs of around 15% of its workforce in May -- which included around 200 staff based in Amsterdam -- blaming the cuts on changes to demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Take This Lollipop 2, also known as the Lollipop Challenge or the Zoom Lollipop Game, is a horror game starring you. It blew up on social media in late October, but continues to be the focus of viral videos as TikTok’s scary story obsession has grown. For starters, it’s a an interactive horror movie and a sequel to 2011’s Take This Lollipop, which won two awards at SXSW and a Daytime Emmy.
A helpful pup in Ontario, Canada, showed off his training recently when he grabbed his owner a soda from the refrigerator in their home, then closed the door.Dog owner Taylor Boland is seen in the video giving commands to one-year-old chocolate Labrador Mako in footage taken on October 31.“He has been able to do this trick since he was about 10 months old,” Boland said. “I did all the training myself with him.”Boland can be heard telling Mako to get him a soda. The Lab quickly responds, opening the refrigerator using a towel tied to the handle, and grabbing a can of soda in his mouth. He gives the drink to Boland, and with some additional direction, closes the refrigerator door. Credit: Taylor Boland via Storyful
Your heart breaks a little when Chadwick Boseman’s recklessly ambitious jazz trumpeter Levee insists fiercely to his bandmates in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom: “I got my time coming to me...” Taken from us far too soon, the late actor brings an astonishing, electrifying energy to his final performance. It’s a worthy capper to Boseman’s career, another role that brings Black history in from the margins, like Marshall (2017) or the Jackie Robinson biopic 42 (2013).
Stefan Kloos' Rise and Shine World Sales agency has picked up all world rights excluding The Netherlands to Sergej Kreso's musical documentary “Here We Move Here We Groove.” Making its world premiere as part of IDFA's Dutch Competition, “Here We Move,” produced by Amsterdam-based Doxy Films, represents a stirring and hopeful musical story about building […]
The "safest bet" for some families will be not to have family gatherings this Christmas in order to stop the spread of the coronavirus, Maria Van Kerkhove, the World Health Organization's technical lead for COVID-19, said on Monday. "In some situations, the difficult decision not to have a family gathering is the safest bet," she told a virtual briefing in Geneva.
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