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ACCD earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2021.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has spent several days on holiday in Siberia where he was hiking and fishing, the Kremlin said on Sunday, following a short spell in self-isolation as a precautionary measure against COVID-19. Putin said in the middle of September he would have to spend "a few days" in self-isolation after dozens of people in his entourage fell ill with COVID-19. Putin has cultivated a macho image, appealing to many Russians, and has previously been pictured riding a horse barechested and in sun glasses, as well as carrying a hunting rifle and piloting a fighter jet.
A look at what's happening around the majors today: ___ CARDS FLY Fresh off setting a franchise record with their 15th straight win, Harrison Bader and the Cardinals try to finish off a sweep at Wrigley Field. The Cardinals hold a five-game lead over Philadelphia for the second NL wild-card spot. St. Louis owns the longest winning streak in the majors since Cleveland took 22 in a row in 2017. The major league record is 26 straight victories by the New York Giants in 1916. Bader went 4 for 4 with
‘Elite v plebs’: the Oxford rivalries of boys who would never grow up to be menA feud at Balliol College ended for ever when all five involved died in the first world war. Now the tale is to be told on the London stage Balliol College, Oxford, was home to the elite Annandale Society, which was made up of Old Etonians. Photograph: Graham Turner/The Guardian
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — After a half-century, the “flower-power” aura of Copenhagen’s semi-autonomous Christiania neighborhood hasn't yet wilted. Love-ins with the authorities have hardly been a trademark of the neighborhood. But Christiania's residents are determined to preserve its reputation as a “free-wheeling society” with hash dealers, political idealists and aging hippies. “It has become more and more an established part of Copenhagen,” said Ole Lykke, a resident of 42 years at the enc
Chinese technology executives, facing a crackdown https://www.reuters.com/world/china/china-crackdown-wipes-hundreds-billions-off-top-companies-values-2021-09-13 by the authorities, pledged support on Sunday for Beijing's "common prosperity" drive and to help smaller companies. Alibaba Group CEO Daniel Zhang, a prime target https://www.reuters.com/business/media-telecom/crackdown-hit-alibaba-divest-5-stake-chinese-broadcaster-2021-09-24 of the broad crackdown, told a conference organised by China's top internet regulator that his company's $15 billion plan to boost common prosperity in China was "steadily advancing". Common prosperity - China's term for narrowing the gap between rich and poor - is "not just a number", Zhang said, stressing the importance of helping local talent in poor regions to "teach a man to fish".
New Delhi [India], September 26 (ANI): India's COVID-19 vaccination coverage has crossed the 85 crore mark, the Union Health Ministry informed on Sunday
The 38-year-old man was detained in East Sussex in the early hours of Sunday morning, the Metropolitan Police said.
British police said on Sunday they had arrested a man on suspicion of the murder of a female teacher found dead in a London park last week. Sabina Nessa, 28, left her home in south London on the evening of Sept. 17 to make the short walk through a local park to a bar where she was due to meet a friend. "A 38-year-old man [C] was arrested on suspicion of murder at around 03:00hrs on Sunday, 26 September, at an address in East Sussex," the police said in a statement.
Deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner has faced calls to apologise after reportedly describing the Tories as “scum” at a conference reception. Government minister Amanda Milling described the Labour MP’s remarks as “shocking”. Ms Rayner reportedly launched an outspoken attack on the Conservatives during an event for Labour activists from north-west England at the conference in Brighton.
Man arrested over killing of London schoolteacher Sabina Nessa. Police describe arrest of 38-year-old man early on Sunday morning as ‘significant development’
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JERUSALEM (AP) — At least four Palestinian gunmen were killed in shootouts with Israeli security forces during a sweeping West Bank arrest operation cracking down on the Islamic militant group Hamas on Sunday, the Israeli military said. Sunday’s violence was the deadliest between Israeli troops and Palestinian militants in the occupied West Bank in recent weeks and came amid heightened tensions following this year’s 11-day war between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. The Palestinian Health Mi
Ahead of the release of No Time To Die, Yahoo speaks to director Cary Joji Fukunaga about Daniel Craig's swansong.
Bassist took part in several reunion tours in 2013 and 2014, despite his illness
Some 10,500 foreign lorry drivers and poultry workers will be able to work in the UK until Christmas Eve.
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New York Police Commissioner Dermot Shea has praised the actions of officers with the 102nd Precinct in Queens who intervened to save a distressed man who was “perched on top of a parking garage”.Video timestamped to September 21 shows the intervention, as an officer who identifies himself as Frank asks the man to talk.The video shows Frank approach the man and offer him a cigarette, at which point officers pull him to safety.Shea said the man was now “getting the help he needs.” Credit: NYPD via Storyful
Police have called the arrest a “significant development”
Was famed Samson and Delilah really painted by Rubens? No, says AI Long-held doubts about the authenticity of the National Gallery’s masterpiece, bought for £2.5m in 1980, are backed by pioneering technology Samson and Delilah, 1609-10, said to be by Peter Paul Rubens in London’s National Gallery. Photograph: agefotostock/Alamy
Unsung hero: how ‘Mr Radio Philips’ helped thousands flee the NazisIn June 1940, a Dutch salesman, acting as a consul in Lithuania, issued Jewish refugees with pseudo visas to escape Europe. His remarkable story is only now being told Jan Zwartendijk with his two oldest children, Edith and Jan, in Kaunas, Lithuania, 1940. Photograph: Zwartendijk family