Latest Press Wednesday 9th September 2020
- LVMH scraps Tiffany takeover citing tariff
- Nord Stream 2: Why Germany plug Russian pipeline
- Ewan beats Bennett thrilling Tour de France sprint Poitiers
- Trump wanted downplay ‘deadly’ virus, Woodward says
- ‘They blood’
- Kim Kardashian announces long-running
- Fall Guys: Tiny blobs, courses
- Zambia’s mourns good-luck
- US 2020: Has Trump kept promises military?
- US election: ‘I God results accepted’
- Brexit: PM defends planned changes Withdrawal Agreement
- US 2020 Election: Trump targeted misleading puddle
- Will protests NFL gets way?
- Art lockdown: Making anthotype prints
- Amazon: In cross-hairs coronavirus fires
- The victims honoured Naomi Osaka’s US Open masks
- US 2020 Election: Does Joe Biden defunding police?
- Singapore: The mums asking suicidal teens ‘please stay’
- Kohli luxury & Gayle ‘ready school’ – IPL
- ‘I faced miscarriage – had park’
- Coronavirus: Why won’t Covid-19 symptoms away?
- Kabul bomb: Deadly targets Afghan Vice-President Amrullah Saleh
- India coronavirus: Rumours hamper Punjab
- Autistic Utah calls
- China claims ‘important breakthrough’ shrouded
- Chechen ‘tortured’ humiliating
- India 86-year-old grandmother’s
- Canelo sues streaming DAZN & promoter De la Hoya £200m
- Moria migrants: Fire destroys Greek leaving 13,000
- US 2,200 troops Iraq September
- Sir Kim Darroch President Trump row: ‘We’re paid is’
- Belarus: Nobel Laureate Alexievich visited diplomats ‘harassment’
- Zimbabwe bans mining Hwange parks
- How Sudan’s offers lifeline
- Coronavirus: Oxford University paused falls
- Can dinner?
- Amazon’s murky one-star reviews
LVMH scraps Tiffany takeover citing tariff
The French luxury goods giant had planned to buy the US-based jeweller for more than $16bn.
Nord Stream 2: Why Germany plug Russian pipeline
The controversial pipeline can be at risk after Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny was poisoned.
Ewan beats Bennett thrilling Tour de France sprint Poitiers
Lotto Soudal’s Caleb Ewan snatches victory on stage 11 of the Tour de France as the sprinters go toe to toe in a thrilling finish.
Trump wanted downplay ‘deadly’ virus, Woodward says
President Trump told reporter Bob Woodward he knew Covid-19 was deadly but wanted to avoid a panic.
Outrage in South Africa over the killing simply simply by police of a 16-year-old with Down’s syndrome
Kim Kardashian announces long-running
Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which ran for 14 years, made the family global mega-stars.
Fall Guys: Tiny blobs, courses
Fall Guys has had millions of downloads, but actually fluffy obstacle courses can not produce everyone happy.
Zambia’s mourns good-luck
Students light candles and plan to embalm the 22-year-old fish which lived in a university pond.
US 2020: Has Trump kept promises military?
The president pledged to increase military funding and provide US troops home. What has he achieved?
US election: ‘I God results accepted’
US presidential candidates must commit to accepting the election results, says pollster Frank Luntz.
Brexit: PM defends planned changes Withdrawal Agreement
The government publishes a bill which overwrites key parts of the Withdrawal Agreement with the EU.
US 2020 Election: Trump targeted misleading puddle
Trump targeted in online manipulated video of puddle and a sunken boat photo.
Will protests NFL gets way?
Two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora “would understand” if NFL players choose to boycott games this season but says “something incredible must come from it”.
Art lockdown: Making anthotype prints
Photographer Tim Boddy turned to plants to generate art at his home in East London.
Amazon: In cross-hairs coronavirus fires
People living in the Brazilian Amazon are facing the twin dangers of the coronavirus and forest fires.
The victims honoured Naomi Osaka’s US Open masks
Each of Osaka’s masks in the US Open remembers a black victim of alleged police or racist violence.
US 2020 Election: Does Joe Biden defunding police?
Trump claims his rival wants to get cash away from police, but Biden denies supporting the policy.
Singapore: The mums asking suicidal teens ‘please stay’
Singaporean mothers who lost children to suicide have formed a group to help other at-risk youths.
Kohli luxury & Gayle ‘ready school’ – IPL
Players are lapping up luxury hotels while Chris Gayle says he’s “ready to go back to school”, plus more in this particular particular week’s IPL social.
‘I faced miscarriage – had park’
Lockdown rules mean expecting women must have scans only – but exactly exactly what if there’s bad news?
Coronavirus: Why won’t Covid-19 symptoms away?
Keen cyclist Meredith says she doesn’t think she has fully recovered months after developing symptoms.
Kabul bomb: Deadly targets Afghan Vice-President Amrullah Saleh
At minimum 10 people are killed in a blast in Kabul targeting previous spy key Amrullah Saleh.
India coronavirus: Rumours hamper Punjab
People are refusing to get tested in India’s Punjab state as rumours fly about the coronavirus.
Autistic Utah calls
Golda Barton called Salt Lake City police to help with her 13-year-old son’s mental health crisis.
China claims ‘important breakthrough’ shrouded
Very small is known about the Chinese vehicle that has been compared to the US’s X-37 space plane.
Chechen ‘tortured’ humiliating
A video of a younger man being forced to “apologise” for government criticism has shocked activists.
India 86-year-old grandmother’s
Police have arrested a man in his 30s for the rape and assault of the woman in Delhi.
Canelo sues streaming DAZN & promoter De la Hoya £200m
Mexican great Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez files legal papers suing streaming service DAZN and his long-time promoter Oscar de la Hoya.
Moria migrants: Fire destroys Greek leaving 13,000
The facility on the Greek tropical isle of Lesbos, designed for fewer than 3,000 people, has been destroyed.
US 2,200 troops Iraq September
The remaining 3,000 personnel will continue to assist Iraqi forces combating the remnants of IS.
Sir Kim Darroch President Trump row: ‘We’re paid is’
Sir Kim Darroch resigned after emails were leaked in which he called the Trump administration “clumsy and inept”.
Belarus: Nobel Laureate Alexievich visited diplomats ‘harassment’
European diplomats gather with Svetlana Alexievich after she says masked men tried to enter her home.
Zimbabwe bans mining Hwange parks
A decision to give Chinese firms rights to explore for coal in the famous Hwange park is overturned.
How Sudan’s offers lifeline
Promises to end the devastating wars in Darfur, South Kordofan and Blue Nile come with a price tag.
Coronavirus: Oxford University paused falls
AstraZeneca describes the pause in it’s keenly-awaited final clinical trials as routine.
By checking what’s in your fridge artificial intelligence can develop brand brand new recipes, but do they work?
Amazon’s murky one-star reviews
Companies are trying to manipulate online feedback – and one-star reviews have become the latest weapon.