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Peru will seek "a new deal" with its all-important mining sector by providing incentives for projects with "social profitability" in the world's No. 2 copper producer, new Energy and Mining Minister Ivan Merino told Reuters. "A new deal will come out of conversations with all players in the sector, including large, medium and small-scale companies," Merino said in his office late Friday, a day after taking office with other cabinet members appointed by leftist President Pedro Castillo. Merino, who had run a conflict resolution firm before becoming minister, said he would develop the mining sector using a "territorial" approach in a country known for its varying regions, cultures and ecosystems.
Muir runs in the 1500m heats on Monday in Tokyo.
Laura Muir’s journey: from chasing lambs to racing for Tokyo 1500m goldThe Scot blew up in the Rio final but has a career as a vet in the background as her Olympic dream takes centre-stage again ‘I’m such a different athlete from where I was in Rio’: Laura Muir runs at an athletics meeting in Berlin last year. Photograph: Maja Hitij/Getty Images
Warren Gatland urges World Rugby to stamp down on Rassie Erasmus’s rants‘It is important we keep the integrity in the game,’ says coachGatland refuses to blame refereeing decisions after loss Warren Gatland said next Saturday’s final Test against South Africa would be a “cup final” for his players. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty Images
Before there were SUVs, this is how people got out and had some fun.
Check out these heartbreaking photos of destroyed collector cars.
Footage taken at a Lowe’s store in Trevose, Pennsylvania, on Thursday, July 29, shows debris flying through the air as a tornado passed through the area.The National Weather Service has since confirmed that an EF-3 tornado, one of at least eight twisters that struck the region on Thursday, caused damage in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, with winds of up to 140 mph.This footage, taken by Megan Dalrymple, shows the force of the storm’s winds hurling objects through the air outside a Lowe’s store in Trevose. The store and other nearby businesses were damaged during Thursday’s extreme weather. Credit: Megan Dalrymple via Storyful
A German true crime podcast has helped bring the cold case back to the public’s attention
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Marcus Maye was hoping for a long-term contract extension in the offseason. He instead got a whole lot of uncertainty. The New York Jets safety received the franchise tag in March, but he and the team failed to reach an agreement on a deal before the deadline on July 15. That means Maye will play on the tag amount of $10.6 million this season — and then everything is up in the air beyond that. “I’ll play where I’m welcome,” Maye said Saturday in his first meeting with r
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Florida has reported 21,683 new cases of COVID-19, the state’s highest one-day total since the start of the pandemic, according to federal health data released Saturday. The state has become the new national epicenter for the virus, accounting for around a fifth of all new cases in the U.S. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has resisted mandatory mask mandates and vaccine requirements, and along with the Florida Legislature, has limited local officials’ ability to impose meas
Thousands of Russians dressed up and paddled their way through waterways of St. Petersburg on Saturday as the city hosted its annual Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) festival.
If you spot this zebra-striped truck roaming around Montreal this summer, don't expect it to dish out a gourmet poutine or a cone of soft serve. While the truck is similar in appearance to a food truck, it's actually a free mobile art gallery and studio created by Verticale, an artist-run centre in Laval. Throughout the summer, the truck, called Villa, is making stops in almost all the boroughs in Montreal, Laval and beyond. The stops aren't announced beforehand to keep a crowd from gathering du
Saginaw Grant, the esteemed Native American character actor known for turns in The Lone Ranger, The World’s Fastest Indian and more, died on Wednesday at a private care facility in Hollywood, California. He was 85. Grant’s publicist and longtime friend, Lani Carmichael, confirmed his death to the Associated Press, saying that he died peacefully in his sleep […]
This is an excerpt from The Buzzer, which is CBC Sports' daily email newsletter. Stay up to speed on what's happening at the Tokyo Olympics by subscribing here. Canada won its fifth swimming medal on Day 8, with Kylie Masse taking silver in the women's 200-metre backstroke to add to her silver in the 100 back earlier this week. That makes 12 medals overall for the Canadian team in Tokyo — three gold, four silver, five bronze. All by women. See the full medal standings and a detailed breakdown of
As impressive as Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence was during his first week of training camp, his performance came with an asterisk.
On Saturday, local artist Cynthia Kostylo created three original paintings using an unconventional medium.
1 in 5 coronavirus cases nationally is found in Florida
The Boston Celtics acquired guard Josh Richardson from Dallas on Saturday, a move that gives the Mavericks salary cap flexibility while adding young center Moses Brown.
A man on an e-scooter was arrested after he ploughed into a police officer, breaking his leg. The crash happened in Willesden High Road at about 1pm on Saturday during a pre-planned operation to target the illegal use of e-scooters. The e-scooter then collided with a police officer, knocking him to the floor.
Here are the top stories for Saturday, July 31st: Protesters and police clash at virus pass demo; Four day UK "vaccine festival" underway to encourage jabs; AZ vaccines arrive in Kenya. (July 31)