|city centre||Şehir merkezi|
|city council||Belediye meclisi|
|city limits||Şehir sınırları|
|largest city||En büyük şehir|
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· Jadon Sancho: Could the England forward be the heir to Lionel Messi's crown? →
From relative obscurity in Manchester City's academy to Bundesliga stardom and a prominent place in the full England squad - Sancho's rise since joining Dortmund has been meteoric.
· ‘The appeal to common sense hasn’t worked’: Italian politicians alarmed as huge crowds flock to bars and beaches →
On Monday, Milan was just one of the Italian cities and towns that tried to impose fresh restrictions, banning the sale of takeaway alcoholic drinks after 7pm.
· Macau casino tycoon Stanley Ho dies aged 98 →
Ho monopolised the gaming industry until 2002, when the government introduced foreign investors, sparking a boom which saw casino takings contribute around 80 percent of the city's annual revenue and overtake Las Vegas.
· Helen Ward: Wales and Watford forward says women's football must 'save clubs' →
Should final places in the Women's Super League be decided by an unweighted points-per-game ratio, Chelsea would climb above Manchester City to go top.
· Stanley Ho, the billionaire Macao casino tycoon, dies aged 98 →
Ho was instrumental in turning the semi-autonomous city on China’s southern coastline into a gambling boomtown.
· Australia bushfire smoke linked to hundreds of deaths →
Sydney was blanketed by grey toxic haze for weeks as mega-blazes ringed Australia's biggest city, while other major centres including the capital, Canberra, were also shrouded by hazardous smoke.
· Premier League: Players face '25% increased injury risk' →
Based on Project Restart's provisional return date of 20 June, Manchester City players could face 13 games in 49 days.
· Saudi Arabia to end virus curfew from June 21 →
Saudi Arabia will end its nationwide coronavirus curfew from June 21, except in the holy city of Mecca, the interior ministry said Tuesday, after more than two months of stringent curbs.
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· Hong Kong leader says security law not a threat to freedoms →
The city’s chief executive, Carrie Lam, told reporters that there was “no need for us to worry” over the move being considered by China’s ceremonial National People’s Congress.
· Kingston backs probe of Woodman-linked schemes →
Independent auditors will investigate more than 20 planning decisions and developments in Melbourne’s southern suburbs, many involving the carving up of the city’s green wedge.