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Arsenal knocked out by Bayern after Kimmich header secures last-four spot

It was a night when Bayern Munich lived up to their assertions that, when the Champions League comes around, they are an altogether different beast. Equally it was a triumph for Thomas Tuchel, who may yet rescue a miserable domestic season with another European trophy and remind any suitors that his star has not waned just yet. Bayern’s certainly remains...

Thu Apr 18, 2024 00:23
Mentally stimulating work plays key role in staving off dementia, study finds

People in routine and repetitive jobs found to have 31% greater risk of disease in later life, and 66% higher risk of mild cognitive problemsIf work is a constant flurry of mind-straining challenges, bursts of creativity and delicate negotiations to keep the troops happy, consider yourself lucky.Researchers have found that the more people use their...

Wed Apr 17, 2024 23:22
‘If we fail, fail in the most beautiful way’: Klopp calls for special Liverpool display

Klopp evokes memories of comeback against Barcelona in 2019Gasperini says game is among Atalanta’s most important everJürgen Klopp evoked memories of Liverpool’s famous Champions League comeback against Barcelona before their Europa League quarter-final second leg with Atalanta and said: “If we fail, then let’s fail in the most beautiful way.”Liverpool...

Wed Apr 17, 2024 23:22
California cracks down on farm region’s water pumping: ‘The ground is collapsing’

Region near Tulare Lake has been put on ‘probation’ as overpumping of water has caused faster sinking of groundEven after two back-to-back wet years, California’s water wars are far from over. On Tuesday, state water officials took an unprecedented step to intervene in the destructive pumping of depleted groundwater in the state’s sprawling agricultural...

Wed Apr 17, 2024 22:51
Charco Press wins Republic of Consciousness prize for ‘gut-punch’ novel

Of Cattle and Men by Brazilian writer Ana Paula Maia, translated by Zoë Perry, is set in a slaughterhouse in an isolated corner of Brazil Charco Press’s Of Cattle and Men by Brazilian writer Ana Paula Maia, translated by Zoë Perry, has won the Republic of Consciousness prize, which recognises books from small publishers.The 99-page book, described as...

Wed Apr 17, 2024 22:51
Rwanda bill further delayed after Lords again votes for changes

Legislation to go back to Commons after peers stand up for rights of Afghans and scrutiny of refugees’ treatmentThe parliamentary battle over Rishi Sunak’s Rwanda deportation bill will spill into next week after the Lords refused to budge over the rights of Afghans and scrutiny of the treatment of refugees in east Africa.The move prompted an immediate...

Wed Apr 17, 2024 22:51

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