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· Amazon delays its MMO New World almost an entire year to Spring 2021 →
That game continues to operate in a closed-beta, invite-only state, and it received a hearty update for its small population last week, complete with its first voice-chat feature—though the developers still haven't announced plans to introduce text chat, a feature that is arguably better suited for the random online matchmaking inherent in MOBA games.
· Ford: Built Tough Against Near-Term Headwinds →
The F-150 is the best-selling vehicle in America, and it's quite clever that Ford used this as a way to introduce its entire EV line-up.
· Boris Johnson accuses Brits of 'loving' lockdown as he orders thousands back to work →
Mr Johnson also revealed the Government was looking at introducing stricter rules on wearing face coverings.
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· A Novel About 3 Generations of Cherokee Women (and No-Good Men) →
In a long section dropped into the middle of the book, for example, Ford introduces a lesbian couple and their mentally disabled 26-year-old neighbor, Mose, who’s left to fend for himself after his mother dies.
· Warsaw’s mayor is energizing Poland’s opposition. A presidential win would be a big blow to Europe’s populists. →
“While every major city in Western Europe makes itself friendlier to pedestrians and cyclists, Trzaskowski is too afraid to introduce any project that would irritate car drivers,” said Jan Mencwel, the head of The City is Ours association, Warsaw’s leading group focusing on urban life.
· Tattoo shops guidelines: What are the guidelines for tattoo shops reopening? →
Similar actions are being introduced in beauty salons, where customers are not able to get a facial treatment.
· Amazon bans TikTok from employees' phones, citing 'security' →
Two Republican senators in March introduced a bill aimed at banning federal employees from using TikTok on their government-issued phones, amid growing national security concerns around the collection and sharing of data on US users with China's government.
· Sadiq Khan attacks Boris for not wearing a face mask... while not wearing a face mask →
The London Mayor criticised Boris Johnson and US President Donald Trump for failing to introducing rules on wearing face coverings in their respective counties.
· Former soldier who sent naked photo of ex to 'horrified' mum spared jail →
The offence is known as disclosing private sexual images without consent and was first introduced in 2015.
· Border authorities use pandemic powers to expel immigrants →
More than 60,000 people have been forced to wait in Mexico for hearings under a policy introduced last year called “Migrant Protection Protocols.”