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Coronavirus live news: fears as first case reported in rebel-held Syrian camps

WHO says pandemic is still accelerating; Hundreds of Romanians check themselves out of hospital; Serbia considers new lockdownWHO says coronavirus pandemic still acceleratingWarning of Covid-19 ‘storm’ as pandemic accelerates across AfricaTrudeau and Trump’s responses see wildly different results 10.03pm BST Coronavirus deaths in Texas have risen by...

Detroit: civil rights coalition sues to bar water shutoffs for residents

Class action aims to force city with one of country’s most expensive water rates to institute affordable payment planA coalition of civil rights groups have filed a landmark class action to permanently ban water shutoffs for Detroit residents and force the city to implement an affordable payment plan.Detroit, which has one of the most expensive water...

Jason Holder targets century for West Indies to go with wickets

Captain took 6-42 as England bowled out for 204Tourists hold upper hand with response of 57-1Jason Holder trained his sights on scoring his first century in England following a sublime six-wicket haul on day two of the first Test in Southampton that has put West Indies firmly in the ascendancy.Holder’s six for 42 – a sixth five‑wicket haul in his last...

Suspected German police links to far right come under scrutiny

Police computer used to search for personal data of politician targeted by neo-NazisGerman police are facing growing accusations of links with the far right after a police computer was used to search for details of a leftwing MP who received death threats.Peter Beuth, the interior minister for the state of Hesse, announced on Thursday that he would...

Met police officer charged with belonging to far-right terror group

Benjamin Hannam, a serving probationary officer, faces five charges including membership of National Action A serving probationary Metropolitan police officer has been charged with being a member of far-right terrorist group National Action.Benjamin Hannam, 21, of north London, has been charged with five offences following an investigation by the Met’s...

Netflix or Hill? The standups streaming on rival service NextUp

Bec Hill, Laura Davis and Eshaan Akbar can be watched on this online home for comedy’s rising stars and circuit regularsWith gig venues closed, where do you turn for your comedy fix? You can find the creme de la standup creme on Netflix – or so Netflix would have us believe. More and more specials are appearing on YouTube. But don’t forget NextUp, an...

What kind of revolution can follow the Tories' education crisis?

Too popular, too hopeless, too dead-end – Gavin Williamson awards low marks to England’s universities during adult learning speechGavin Williamson was aware of at least one thing in his speech today in which he promised a revolution in England’s further education sector. “A lot of education secretaries across the years have said they want to support...

Trump’s taxes may be released to Manhattan grand jury, supreme court rules

Court also rules in a separate decision that the president does not have to turn over his financial records to CongressFollow US politics liveThe supreme court has ruled that a Manhattan grand jury may have access to some of Donald Trump’s financial documents, dealing a major blow to the president in his fight to keep his tax records secret – although...

Richarlison rescues point for lacklustre Everton against Southampton

Closed doors could be considered a blessing for Carlo Ancelotti and his Everton players, as a packed Goodison Park would not have been slow to voice disapproval at this dismal showing against Southampton. Talk of Europa League qualification among the Everton ranks should now be muted.A superb equaliser from Richarlison extended Everton’s unbeaten home...

Bottas and Leclerc to be investigated for breaking F1's Covid-19 rules

Both drivers went home after the Austrian Grand PrixHamilton ‘not distracted’ by his anti-racism stanceThe FIA is to investigate Valtteri Bottas and Charles Leclerc for breaking the sport’s Covid-19 protocols. Both drivers returned to their homes in Monaco after Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix before coming back for this weekend’s race at the same circuit.F1...

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