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· Flying ant day hits Merseyside as mums report children 'screaming in fear' →
Once consumed there, it will kill off a portion of their population.
The New York Times
· Why Our Sense of Community Is Lost →
There’s a false pride in defying common-sense directives like wearing a mask or abiding by the lockdown.
· Good news for travelers! Jammu and Kashmir to welcome tourists, but only pre-booked, air passengers allowed — check details →
In phase-1, the order said there would be a partial opening of the tourism sector for external visitors from outside J and K, limited to tourists arriving by air only.
· Florida man crashes car into church and sets fire to building with parishioners inside →
There were no injuries reported at the church and the fire was extinguished by Marion County firefighters, though there was extensive damage to the building.
· UK coronavirus death toll increases by 21 to total of 44,819 →
The rise is much lower than yesterday's total but there is usually a reduction in the weekend numbers
· Ishak Mostefaoui: London student who joined Isis ‘dies in Syrian jail’ →
There have long been fears over escape attempts and instability fuelled by the Turkish-led invasion of northern Syria in October.
· Do what I want: Betsy DeVos tells school districts trying to open for 2020-21 →
DeVos said, “If there is a short-term flare-up for a few days, that’s a different situation than planning for an entire school year in anticipation for something that hasn’t happened.”
· Meet the Press - July 12, 2020 →
I'm not saying that there's not a shortage at one hospital or there's a maldistribution.
· CAD/JPY Struggles To Move Higher, Yet Upside Potential Remains →
In other words, the bond market believes that there is potential for longer-term rates to rise versus shorter-term rates in the cases of both Canada and Japan.
· DeVos defends push to reopen schools as Trump admin is accused of 'messing with' children's health →
And where there are little flare-ups or hotspots, that can be dealt with school by school or a case by case basis.