For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough that clear up in two to three weeks. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. … [Read more...] about 13 more Indiana deaths, 693 more cases blamed on COVID-19
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National Guard deployed. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz called in the US National Guard, the largest such deployment in the history of the state. The Governors of Atlanta and Georgia also resorted to the National Guard while declaring states of emergency in their respective jurisdictions. In Dallas, Phoenix, Indianapolis and Denver, police officers fired tear gas at protesters, while a number of arrests were made in New York after projectiles were thrown at police. © REUTERS / CAITLIN OCHS … [Read more...] about Minnesota Riots: How Did It All Start and Who is to Blame?
Fury fulfilled that prophecy, despatching Rogan en route. In April 2012, a month shy of Rogan's 41st birthday, the pair met at The Odyssey Arena in Belfast for the Irish title. Despite applying early pressure, Rogan lost to a fifth-round body shot, although maintains he should have been allowed to battle on. … [Read more...] about Martin Rogan toppled Audley Harrison and fought Tyson Fury during remarkable success story
After his release, Teddy set about becoming seriously rich, realising that the internet provided a means for sharp entrepreneurs to make vast amounts of fast cash, provided they were in the possession of relaxed moral values. As he said in one of his earliest interviews, ‘sex and betting are the most profitable businesses on the internet’. … [Read more...] about A desperate young man lured into addiction and the tycoon behind it revelling in the high life: GUY ADAMS exposes the cynical truth about the gambling fat cat who made a fortune
What’s to blame? According to Milano, the phenomenon of over-tourism comes partially from the rise in global mobility. Increased transnational travel has led to rising numbers of international students, migrant workers, second home residents, and even journalists working overseas. He also emphasises the role of neoliberalism, which he says is turning cities from “locations to destinations”. … [Read more...] about Global tourism hits record highs – but who goes where on holiday?