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· John Hume funeral: Tributes paid to Northern Irish hero who ‘never lost faith in peace’ →
He was described as a man who made his family “laugh, dream and think”.
· Beirut explosion: 'They killed Beirut yesterday', laments former Lebanese PM; At least 100 dead, says Red Cross →
“There are no words to describe the catastrophe that hit Beirut last night,” President Michel Aoun said at a Cabinet meeting Wednesday.
· Huge cloud unlike anything else else in the solar system found hiding in plain sight on Venus →
In some ways, Venus looks a lot like Earth, so much that it has been described as a sibling: it has a similar size and volume to our own planet.
The New York Times
· Kenya’s Unusual Solution to the School Problem: Cancel the Year and Start Over →
But instead of scrapping the entire school year — a move she described as “punishing the children” for the outbreak — she said education officials should have invested in practical solutions to keep children in school, like prioritizing internet connectivity to remote areas.
· Trump banned Jeffrey Epstein from Mar-a-Lago after he hit on teenage girl, book claims →
The way this person described it, such an act could irreparably harm the Trump brand, leaving Donald no choice but to remove Epstein,” Sarah Blaskey, an investigative reporter for the Miami Herald and one of the co-authors of the book, told the newspaper.
· Russian anti-doping сhief defiant over move to fire him →
Yury Ganus, the director-general of the RUSADA anti-doping agency, has sharply criticised the actions of Russia's sports leadership and described a ban on its athletes competing worldwide as justified by Moscow's failure to acknowledge wrongdoing and implement reforms.
· The Blazers Are One of the Most Dangerous Teams in the Bubble →
“Clarity” is the word Anthony used to describe what he got from his time away from the game.
The China Post
· Girl Scouts sex-abuse claim included in NY civil case flurry →
Weiss-Russell, 48, of Syracuse, is accusing the organization of failing to protect her from a man described as a volunteer “co-troop leader” when she became a scout at age 11 in the mid-1980s.
· Vulnerable resident says chaotic Woolton Village was 'no go area' →
A vulnerable resident has described how Woolton Village was a 'no go area' for many people as crowds of drunken people caused chaos in the area.