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The 'Troublemaker' star said that a fragment of bone became lodged in the back of his knee.
Kyiv police detained a man who forced his way into Ukraine's main government building on Wednesday morning and threatened to detonate a grenade, head of the National Police Ihor Klymenko said. He said the man, whose demands were unclear, was identified as a veteran of the war with Russia-backed separatist in eastern Ukraine. Klymenko said the man had a real grenade and he had given himself up after talking to a friend and fellow veteran.
Italy’s national fire service used a helicopter to battle forest fires burning south of Rome on August 3.The fire service said teams of firefighters, supported by an Erickson S64 helicopter and a number of other aircraft, were battling the fires in the communes of Maenza and Carpineto Romano. Credit: Vigili del Fuoco via Storyful
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With fans in Los Angeles expressing their venom, the Houston Astros were able to shut out the noise as well as the Dodgers in a 3-0 victory Tuesday behind the pitching of Lance McCullers Jr. Yordan Alvarez hit a two-run home run and Michael Brantley had an RBI as the Astros improved to 2-1 against the Dodgers this season. McCullers (9-2) pitched 6 2/3 scoreless innings, allowing four hits with three walks and nine strikeouts.
Keely Hodgkinson has broken a British track record after winning a silver medal in the 800m. The 19-year-old broke the national record set by Kelly Holmes in 1995 after crossing the line in one minute and 55.88 seconds.
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Dutch international striker Myron Boadu has left AZ Alkmaar to join Monaco on a five-year deal, the Ligue 1 side announced on Wednesday.
Asim Akram and Ibrar Hussain both pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply heroin and crack cocaine.
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Spanish Air Force pilots took to the skies above Turkey on August 4, as the fight to contain deadly wildfires continued in the country’s southwest.This footage, released by the air force, shows the view from a firefighting aircraft deployed from Spain’s 43rd Air Force Group.The EU deployed three firefighting aircraft, from Spain and Croatia, which were available as part of a European effort to fight summer fires.The craft joined teams from Russia, Iran, Ukraine, and Azerbaijan.At least eight people have been killed since fires broke out on July 28. Credit: Ejército del Aire via Storyful
Formula One's push for sustainability means it will remain the pinnacle of motor racing even as the car industry speeds towards an electric future, according to retired world champion Nico Rosberg. Current grand prix cars use a highly efficient 1.6 litre V6 turbo hybrid power unit, and a new one due in 2025 will run 100% on sustainable fuels. All-electric Formula E has attracted significant manufacturer interest but Rosberg, a shareholder in the city-based series, saw both FIA-sanctioned world championships co-existing as parallel peaks rather than rivals.
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Two Texas Congressman, Reps Al Green and Ron Reynolds, were arrested during a voting-rights protest in Washington on August 3.The congressmen were among activists, black religious leaders, and over 100 state legislators who rallied outside the Capitol on Tuesday to urge the Senate to delay its summer recess until passing the For the People Act, which aims to expand Americans’ access to the ballot box.Congressman Al Green, who represents Texas’s 9th Congressional district, was arrested for blocking traffic, according to local media. Capitol Police cited the congressman’s offence as crowding, obstructing or incommoding, and he received a $50 fine.Footage shows protesters singing “We Shall Overcome” and chanting “the people, united, will never be defeated,” in response to the congressmen’s arrest.Rep Ron Reynolds, representing Texas’s District 27, wrote on social media that he was arrested while “peacefully protesting against voter suppression, protecting access to the ballot and preserving our precious right to vote”.In a social media post, Rep Al Green said, “I’d do it all again in the name of voting rights.”“Texas Democrats are still risking it all to protect our democracy – including facing arrest for protesting to defend our right to vote,” the state’s Democratic Party wrote on social media on Tuesday. “We proudly stand with @ronereynolds and @RepAlGreen for being unapologetic voices for our rights during this movement. #GoodTrouble”. Credit: Congressman Al Green via Storyful
Konstantinos Genidounias scored five goals to lead Greece to a 10-4 victory over Montenegro in the quarterfinals of the Tokyo Games, and Spain also advanced with a 12-8 win against the United States on Wednesday. Greece is making its first appearance in the semis since it finished fourth at the 2004 Athens Olympics. It finished sixth at the Rio de Janeiro Games in 2016.
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'We suspect the best of the post-pandemic recovery could be behind us,' one expert warned.
Hong Kong's June 4th Museum, dedicated to the victims of China's 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in and around Beijing's Tiananmen Square, reopened online on Wednesday as "8964 Museum", a pro-democracy group said. The Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, the organisers of annual June 4 vigils in the global financial hub, said the launch was crowdfunded and organised overseas after a "political risk assessment". Its physical location in Hong Kong closed on June 2 due to an investigation by the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department into its licensing.
Ukrainian race walker Nazar Kovalenko will not be competing at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Wednesday dismissed his appeal to overturn a Games ban over missed doping tests. Kovalenko, who had participated at the 2012 London Olympics but had been ruled ineligible for Tokyo by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) after missing doping tests, had appealed to overturn the decision. "The panel of arbitrators in charge of the matter has rejected the application filed by Ukrainian race walker Nazar Kovalenko on 1 August 2021 in relation to the AIU’s decision to declare him ineligible to compete in the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020," CAS said.