Latest Press Thursday 3rd September 2020
- Body neutrality: What don’t body?
- India’s kite-makers lockdown
- Mulan: Disney remakes nostalgia coronavirus
- Beirut explosion: Rescuers ‘heartbeat rubble’
- Young Israelis Emiratis
- California assemblywoman brings newborn floor.
- BTS fans ‘stay strong’
- US elections 2020: Fact-checking Trump Democratic-run cities
- The Canadians
- Mystery ‘magnificent palace’ Jerusalem
- Navalny ‘Novichok poisoning’ West
- Joe Biden visits Kenosha Jacob Blake
- Typhoon Maysak: Ship thousands
- Rolls-Royce launches £250,000 rebounds
- Alexei Navalny: Germany urges EU Novichok poisoning
- Rockets Thunder play-off Lakers
- How Covid-19 myths are merging QAnon
- Moments mothers children
- ‘They wanted – I’m poet’
- US election: Trump tells North Carolina voters
- Star Trek transgender
- Ugandan gorillas Bwindi ‘baby boom’
- Williams leaving Williams –
- ‘F1 examples’ – Vettel says faces challenges
- Germany children deaths: Bodies Solingen
- Mishal Husain: My grandfather’s
- Premier League rights: China terminated
- What US WeChat American firms
- Discrimination reports English 42% 2019-20 – Kick It Out
- Spanish dictator Franco’s told
- Coronavirus: Portugal England quarantine cases
- Star Wars: John Boyega says non-white actors ‘pushed side’ Disney
- Portland: How ‘hyper-liberal’ city’s racist is resurfacing
- Lutsenko wins Tour de France Britain’s Yates stays
- France coronavirus focusing
- US Open 2020: Garbine Muguruza beaten Tsvetana Pironkova
- Black Lives Matter: ‘I slaver away’
Body neutrality: What don’t body?
Body neutrality encourages people to appreciate their own bodies for exactly what it does, instead than how it looks.
India’s kite-makers lockdown
Demand for kites has soared in India since March, as more people get up the hobby to pass the time.
Mulan: Disney remakes nostalgia coronavirus
Mulan is the latest animation to become made live-action. Why is Disney remaking so many films?
Beirut explosion: Rescuers ‘heartbeat rubble’
Crowds gather after signs of life are reported in a building destroyed simply by a huge blast on 4 August.
Young Israelis Emiratis
Some youthful people from both countries are finding away more about every other on video calls.
California assemblywoman brings newborn floor.
Buffy Wicks was denied a request to vote remotely during maternity depart so she introduced her daughter to work.
BTS fans ‘stay strong’
Speaking to the BBC, the K-pop group reflect on their particular US pop success and support from their particular fans.
US elections 2020: Fact-checking Trump Democratic-run cities
US president has made urban crime an issue, but is he appropriate about who runs the many violent cities?
Since March, Canada has rushed to contain the virus. But a few life-saving measures are killing Canadians.
Mystery ‘magnificent palace’ Jerusalem
Ornate remains were neatly buried about 2,500 years back, but it is not known why.
Navalny ‘Novichok poisoning’ West
The use of a nerve agent tends to stage the ring hand of suspicion at the Russian state, Frank Gardner writes.
Joe Biden visits Kenosha Jacob Blake
The presidential candidate has travelled to Wisconsin, a swing state in the 2020 election.
Typhoon Maysak: Ship thousands
One sailor is rescued from a ship with 43 crew and 6,000 cattle thought sunk in the East China Sea.
Rolls-Royce launches £250,000 rebounds
The luxury carmaker predicts a lot much better times ahead as it launches the brand new Rolls-Royce Ghost.
Alexei Navalny: Germany urges EU Novichok poisoning
It comes after specialists said a Novichok nerve agent was used on the Russian opposition figure.
Rockets Thunder play-off Lakers
A late defensive play from James Harden helps the Houston Rockets set up a Western Conference semi-final against the Los Angeles Lakers.
How Covid-19 myths are merging QAnon
Online and in real-life demonstrations, 2 viral conspiracy theories are increasingly coming together.
Moments mothers children
Photographer Jadwiga Bronte uses portraits to document the experiences of mothers in prison.
‘They wanted – I’m poet’
Kuli Kohli has always used writing as a means of escape from the prejudice she has experienced as an Asian woman with cerebral palsy.
US election: Trump tells North Carolina voters
The president says voters ought to check the system – despite it being unlawful to vote more than once.
Star Trek transgender
The sci-fi franchise is furthermore set to introduce a non-binary TV character, producers say.
Ugandan gorillas Bwindi ‘baby boom’
Five infant gorillas are born in six weeks in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Williams leaving Williams –
Founder Sir Frank Williams and deputy team principal Claire Williams are stepping down from Williams Racing after this particular particular weekend’s Italian Grand Prix.
‘F1 examples’ – Vettel says faces challenges
Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel says F1 faces ‘big challenges’ to secure it’s future in the context of the world’s environmental problems.
Germany children deaths: Bodies Solingen
Police confirm the discovery in the western city of Solingen and say it is being treated as a crime.
Mishal Husain: My grandfather’s
The BBC presenter revisits her grandfather’s encounter of serving in the British Indian Army during WW2.
Premier League rights: China terminated
The Premier League terminates it’s contract with it’s licensee in China – it’s the majority of lucrative overseas television rights territory – with immediate effect.
What US WeChat American firms
What effect could President Trump’s proposed WeChat ban have on US companies?
Discrimination reports English 42% 2019-20 – Kick It Out
Reports of discrimination in English professional football went up 42% last season despite fans not attending some games, says Kick It Out.
Spanish dictator Franco’s told
A judge rules that a mansion used simply by Gen Franco belongs to the state and it is sale was fraudulent.
Coronavirus: Portugal England quarantine cases
Despite a rise in cases, Portugal will stay on the UK government’s list of countries exempt from the rule.
Star Wars: John Boyega says non-white actors ‘pushed side’ Disney
Actor John Boyega says the latest Star Wars film marginalised non-white characters like his.
Portland: How ‘hyper-liberal’ city’s racist is resurfacing
Portland has a reputation for being a liberal utopia. Black activists wants to puncture that image.
Lutsenko wins Tour de France Britain’s Yates stays
Astana’s Alexey Lutsenko wins stage six of the Tour de France as Britain’s Adam Yates retains the leader’s yellow jersey.
France coronavirus focusing
France unveils a 100bn-euro plan to kick-start the economy, with a promise to invest in green energy.
US Open 2020: Garbine Muguruza beaten Tsvetana Pironkova
Two-time Grand Slam champion Garbine Muguruza is knocked out presently there presently presently there of the US Open, losing in straight sets to Tsvetana Pironkova.
Black Lives Matter: ‘I slaver away’
When the statue of a UK slaver was pulled down, it had special resonance for one man thousands of miles away.