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PSG produce late comeback to beat Atalanta and reach Champions League semis

PSG produce late comeback to beat Atalanta and reach Champions League semis

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) snatched a dramatic victory from the jaws of defeat as substitute Eric Choupo-Moting's goal three minutes into added time allowed them to beat Atalanta 2-1 in their Champions League..

Mauritius says almost all oil removed from damaged ship

Mauritius says almost all oil removed from damaged ship

Mauritius’ Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth said yesterday nearly all remaining oil had been removed from a damaged Japanese ship, which leaked about 1,000 tonnes in a threat to tourism already hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.

French virus cases set post-lockdown record

French virus cases set post-lockdown record

The French health ministry reported 2,524 new coronavirus infections over the past 24 hours, a new post-lockdown daily record, which took the country’s cumulative total of cases to 206,696.

Thousands stage flower protest in Belarus over crackdown

Thousands stage flower protest in Belarus over crackdown

Protesters formed human chains and marched through the streets of Belarus carrying flowers yesterday in anger at a crackdown by strongman President Alexander Lukashenko that has prompted the European Union to consider new sanctions against Minsk.

Govt looks to avoid exam grades criticism

Govt looks to avoid exam grades criticism

England sought to defuse a looming row over the awarding of school qualifications during the pandemic by allowing students to use results of their earlier practice tests — a last-minute change designed to avoid a repeat of mistakes made in Scotland.

Police patrol Bengaluru streets after violent clashes

Police patrol Bengaluru streets after violent clashes

Baton-wielding police patrolled barricaded and deserted streets in parts of Bengaluru yesterday, after three people were killed in overnight clashes triggered by a Facebook post offensive to Muslims.

Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt diagnosed with cancer

Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt diagnosed with cancer

Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt, whose life has been so colourful and tragic that it became the subject of a biopic, has been diagnosed with lung cancer, media reports said yesterday.

Three die as train derails in Scotland

Three die as train derails in Scotland

A train derailed in eastern Scotland yesterday, killing three people, in what Scottish Premier Nicola Sturgeon described as an extremely serious incident.

Kamala is very caring and kind to people, says aunt

Kamala is very caring and kind to people, says aunt

On annual trips to India as a child, Kamala Harris would go for strolls on the humid beaches of Chennai with her maternal grandfather and his friends, listening intently as they chatted about democracy and the need to treat everyone equally.

Covid cases have not yet peaked, says AIIMS chief

Covid cases have not yet peaked, says AIIMS chief

A leading medical expert has said that coronavirus cases in India have not yet hit their peak or even plateaued.

New Zealand election date in doubt as coronavirus returns

New Zealand election date in doubt as coronavirus returns

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern weighed delaying New Zealand’s upcoming election yesterday, as experts investigated whether the coronavirus could have re-entered the country through freight shipments.

With drop in cases, Covid-19 wards closed in Rawalpindi

With drop in cases, Covid-19 wards closed in Rawalpindi

The Punjab government has closed down coronavirus wards in three government-run hospitals in the city, leaving the Rawalpindi Institute of Urology (RIU) the dedicated facility for patients of the disease, following a reported decrease in cases.

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