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· Schalke plunge deeper into crisis with loss to lowly Augsburg →
Dusseldorf's Kenan Karaman netted with a deflected strike in the first half with Erik Thommy making it two shortly after Mark Uth's weak penalty for Cologne was easily saved.
The New York Times
· Boris Johnson Backs Top Aide Accused of Flouting Lockdown Rules →
Shortly after he spoke, a tweet from the official account of the Civil Service declared: “Arrogant and offensive.
· Defending Cummings: questions answered - and skirted over →
As the Tory MP, David Warburton, tweeted shortly after the briefing: “We’ve all been tasked with tempering our parental, and other, instincts by strictly adhering to govt guidance.”
· Covid-19: Why widespread use of Aarogya Setu needed →
The United Kingdom’s NHS just launched its own app, and France and the United States will follow shortly.
· Bundesliga results: Timo Werner hits hat-trick for Leipzig while Schalke slump again →
Yussuf Poulsen nodded in the second goal of the game on his 250th appearance for the club, with Marcel Sabitzer killing off the contest shortly before the break.
· The Match: Tiger Woods & Peyton Manning v Phil Mickelson & Tom Brady – live! →
Bryan will be here shortly, with the match due to start at 3pm ET/8pm BST.
The New York Times
· College Students Colonize the Divided Romania of ‘Mad Forest’ →
The cast members were portraying witnesses to and participants in the Bucharest uprising who had been interviewed by Churchill, the director Mark Wing-Davey and a team of 10 acting students shortly after those events occurred.
· Barrie Walker obituary →
To his pleasure and relief, he was granted French citizenship shortly before his death.
· Louise Smith: Murder investigation launched after body of missing teenager found in woodland →
Louise was seen entering Tesco Metro on Greywell Road shortly before 7.30pm on Thursday 7 May.
· Bauer is not the only villain on the scene →
The Harper’s Bazaar editor is return to work shortly to beginning planning future issues.