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· 'Monster' Maxwell denied request to live in luxury Manhattan hotel →
Ghislaine Maxwell appears via video link in the Manhattan Federal Court on July 14. Credit:Reuters
· Straight from the heart, trans filmmaker pays First Nations debt →
“That’s what Bilitis is trying to prove, that the gay rights movement is actually heavily linked to the women’s liberation movement,” she says.
· Norwegian funeral homes turn to the state to avoid an early grave →
Of the some 573,000 deaths linked to COVID-19 worldwide, only 253 have been recorded in Norway and this week the country said it had no COVID-19 patients on ventilators and only a handful in hospital.
· Game of Thrones plot hole: Glaring error in Robb Stark's revenge plan exposed →
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· Asia Today: Renewed restrictions take effect in Hong Kong →
The KCDC said at least 28 of the new cases were linked to arrivals from abroad, but it didn’t immediately disclose where they were from.
The Japan Times
· Tokyo Olympics could help Sapporo land 2030 Winter Games →
Japan has already acknowledged its interest in 2030, but could get competition from Salt Lake City, or a Spanish bid linked to Barcelona and the Pyrenees.
· SI All-American: Oklahoma State Cowboys Commitments and Targets in the 2021 Football Recruiting Class →
SI All-American has extensive coverage on Oklahoma State's 2021 football commitments and their targets on the board as you will see with links in the very story.
· Victoria reports 238 new coronavirus cases and one death as NSW Crossroads cluster worsens →
Victoria has recorded 238 new cases of Covid-19 and the death of a woman in her 90s and New South Wales has recorded 13 new cases, including 10 linked to the Crossroads Hotel cluster in south-west Sydney which has now affected 34 people.
The Japan Times
· China set to return to growth after easing virus lockdowns →
Retail sales, the weak link in China’s fragile recovery, is projected to have grown for the first time since the pandemic, expanding by 0.5 percent on the year.