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· Three Bon Appétit Journalists of Color Leave the Magazine’s Video Series →
A spokesman for Condé Nast said in a statement: “We pay all our employees fairly, and in accordance with their role and experience.
· Queen fury: Monarch forced to step in to stop Meghan Markle changing Royal Family - expert →
While some media commentators have alleged collusion between the Sussexes and the book's authors, a spokesman for Harry and Meghan has said the couple did not contribute.
· Airbus Deliveries Jump 36% for Third Straight Monthly Gain →
The so-called e-delivery option “continues to facilitate our ability to deliver aircraft during an unprecedented time of travel restrictions and quarantines,” said Stefan Schaffrath, an Airbus spokesman.
· Dozens feared dead after boat capsizes off Mauritania coast →
Refugee Agency Africa spokesman Charlie Yaxley.
· Three teenagers with AK-47 arrested for trespassing at Trump's Mar-a-Lago →
Palm Beach Police spokesman Michael Ogrodnick said the 15-year-old boys were arrested shortly after they entered the grounds of the Florida resort on 31 July.
· New York attorney general seeks to dissolve NRA in suit accusing gun rights group of wide-ranging fraud and self-dealing →
Last year, a spokesman for LaPierre told The Post his visits to the Bahamas were for NRA business.
· Trump is calling for another eviction moratorium. Landlords are pushing back. →
The president wants Congress to act so that people “don’t lose their home or face eviction while also ensuring that landlords can meet their own obligation to provide safe, affordable housing,” Judd Deere, a White House spokesman said in a statement, “but he is fully prepared to use his executive authority if Democrats keep playing politics.”
· Nigeria: Police free 25 anti-government protesters →
Police in Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos have freed 25 protesters arrested at a banned anti-government demonstration, a spokesman said on Thursday.
· AP Was There: Black fists raised at ‘68 Mexico City Olympics →
“White America would not understand,” said Carlos, of San Jose, Calif., the militant spokesman for the occasion.
· Zimbabwe reporter denied bail as government arrests critics →
On Thursday, a government spokesman, Nick Mangwana, dismissed the allegations, saying “there is no crisis or implosion” in Zimbabwe.