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· New novel from ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ author set for movie adaptation →
Sex and Vanity is presented as an homage to EM Forster’s 1908 classic A Room with a View and, while Crazy Rich Asians was distributed by Warner Bros, it’s Sony Pictures that has picked up the newest novel following a June 30 debut.
· ‘Blood on his hands’: In scathing obituary, woman blames governor for her father’s covid-19 death →
By June 16, Mark Urquiza felt sick enough that he asked to go to a hospital.
· Empty Wembley waits for Euro 2020 party postponed by coronavirus →
Three Lions' captain Harry Kane and Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford would have been major injury doubts had the Euros kicked off as initially planned on June 12.
· NY eases visitor ban aimed at curbing virus in nursing homes →
Roughly 500 nursing homes had reported COVID-19 cases among staffers in June, according to recently released data from the state, which doesn’t release data about the number of cases at individual nursing homes.
· The Latest: Kentucky’s governor says mask rule in effect →
Hospitals in June and July have seen their numbers of coronavirus patients triple.
· Singapore GE: PSP’s average 40pc score is ‘head start’ for the future, says Tan Cheng Bock →
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s estranged younger brother, Lee Hsien Yang, was inducted as a member of the party a day after Parliament was dissolved on June 23, and had since been vocal in urging voters to deny the PAP a supermajority in Parliament.
· Pac-12 football teams will play a conference-only schedule this fall →
Most college football programs began holding voluntary workouts in June after the NCAA lifted the suspension on team activities.
· Mercury, despite a few doubts, hits 90 degrees here again on Friday →
This summer of pandemic and protest has also been a time of persistent heat, exemplified by a string of 90-degree days that began back in June and went on without interruption into July.
· Wimbledon hailed as 'class act' for £10m prize money gesture →
Next year's Wimbledon will run from June 28 to July 11.
· Fourth day of virus protests in Serbia as virus cases spike →
Protesters have given vent to their frustration with Vucic, who is seen by many as having facilitated a virus second wave by lifting an initial lockdown so that elections could be held on June 21 and which his Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) largely won.