Monday, Jun 21, 2021
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Maya Forstater: 'This case is going to have wide repercussions'
Sky, 11 Jun 2021
Maya Forstater who lost her job after expressing views that sex cannot be changed and transgender women are "not women" has won an appeal against an employment tribunal.
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COVID vaccines increasingly tested on children
Al Jazeera, 21 Jun 2021
The COVID-19 vaccine is now being tested on more young children in clinical trials.
Meghan's new book inspired by Harry's love for Archie
Reuters, 21 Jun 2021
Meghan Markle’s new children’s book ‘The Bench,’ which she dedicated
White House considers ending family migrant expulsion: Report
FOX, 21 Jun 2021
Fox News contributor Karl Rove discusses vaccination rates in home countries for many immigrants coming to the U.S.
Deadly storm Claudette regains strength
CBS, 21 Jun 2021
Parts of the southern U.S. are on high alert as deadly storm Claudette continues its destructive path.
Tokyo Olympics To Allow 50 Percent Capacity At Venues
NBC, 21 Jun 2021
With the start of the Tokyo Olympics just weeks away, organizers have announced that Japanese spectators will be allowed into some venues at 50 percent capacity as health offici...
UN warns of worst 'cascade of human rights setbacks in our lifetimes'
AFP, 21 Jun 2021
The UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet calls for "concerted action" to help recover from the worst global deterioration of rights seen in decades, highlighting the situation Ethi...
Up to 10,000 Japanese fans at Tokyo 2020 events
BBC, 21 Jun 2021
Up to 10,000 Japanese fans will be permitted at Tokyo 2020 Olympic venues, despite warnings from health bosses.
EU approves new sanctions on Belarus - What impact will they have?
DW, 21 Jun 2021
00:00 New EU sanctions follow forced grounding of airliner The EU has approved new sanctions against Belarus — ratcheting up the pressure on its leader after the forced landing ...
Exploring Shanghai's past and present
CGTN, 21 Jun 2021
For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2021-06-21/Exploring-Shanghai-s-past-and-present-11hihx6ZuJa/index.html Shanghai is one of the world's great financial centers, and a bustli...
Delta Variant Next Chapter of Covid Pandemic: Johns Hopkins
Bloomberg, 21 Jun 2021
Jun.21 -- Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Vice
Car bomb targets French soldiers in Mali, several injured
FRANCE24, 21 Jun 2021
A #carbomb #explosion targeting France's #Barkhane force in the central #Malian town of #Gossi on Monday #injured several #soldiers, local sources told FRANCE 24.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Village opens to the media
SCMP, 21 Jun 2021
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube Organisers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics have opened the athletes’ village to the media.
Russian FM Lavrov and OSCE chief Schmid hold press conference in Moscow
RT, 21 Jun 2021
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Elephant breaks into kitchen in Thailand looking for snacks
Guardian, 21 Jun 2021
A hungry elephant crashed through a kitchen wall looking for something to eat in the early hours of Saturday morning in southern Thailand.
BREAKING: It's 'looking good' for 19 July but PM refuses to rule out further lockdowns
Sky, 21 Jun 2021
The Prime Minister has said it is "looking good" for 19 July to be the "terminus point" for England's coronavirus restrictions but he did not rule out the prospect of further lo...
An in-depth firsthand look at the resources that are going into tracking the Asian elephant herd
CD, 21 Jun 2021
In this mini-series of #Elephant Trek, we give an in-depth firsthand
ShowBiz Minute: Smith, Jolie, Foo Fighters
AP, 21 Jun 2021
Will Smith releasing memoir "Will" in November; Angelina Jolie visits refugee camp in Burkina Faso; Foo Fighters reopen Madison Square Garden with first event after pandemic clo...
Will China become the centre of the world economy?
FT, 21 Jun 2021
The global economy is shifting away from the US and Europe towards
Stonehenge: Crowds defy advice to stay away on Summer Solstice day
Telegraph, 21 Jun 2021
Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ► https://bit.ly/3idrdLH Visitors defied advice to stay away from the Stonehenge on the morning of the longest day.
Sweet sustainability: How plastic could be used for ice cream flavoring
CA, 21 Jun 2021
Much of the world is still heavily reliant on plastic bottles, despite its huge toll on the environment and constant calls for people to take recycling seriously.