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The Wall Street Journal
· Joe Kindred’s Recipe for Charred Squid With Ajo Blanco and Cilantro Pistou →
Once hot, sear squid in 2 batches until browned all over and just cooked through, about 2 minutes total.
· Gold And Silver Miners Generate Huge Profit Margins →
But with gold now comfortably above $2,000 an ounce and silver in excess of $26 as I write, the added leverage resulting from the higher gold and silver prices should see the gold and silver miners in particular recording huge earnings advances through the remainder of the year, and beyond, even if precious metals prices fail to advance much beyond around current levels.
· Around 1.2 million people filed for unemployment benefits for the first time last week →
While no deal has been reached, discussions were weighing $400 a week in federal unemployment payments through December, a reduction from an earlier round of $600 payments, according to sources who spoke to NBC News.
The New York Times
· Hawa Abdi, Doctor and Activist Who Aided Thousands in Somalia, Dies at 73 →
Mr. Bush went to Somalia to visit American troops and to inspect the international relief effort that was responding to the famine tearing through the Horn of Africa nation at the time.
· Femicide in Turkey is rising. If you took part in #ChallengeAccepted, you need to amplify the cause you overlooked →
Through the challenge which went viral, the meaning has been lost somewhat with celebrities from all around the world participating in the challenge, but failing to voice solidarity with the campaign against femicide in Turkey specifically.
· Raghuram Rajan says focus on protecting economy now, don’t worry about credit ratings →
Meanwhile, even after passing through one of the strictest lockdowns in the world for more than two months, cases in India have continued to rise steadily since the government eased restrictions in June.
· Anderson leads England revival as Shan Masood holds firm for Pakistan →
But Asad Shafiq drove an Anderson outswinger stylishly through the covers for four.
· Farewell Iker Casillas, the saint who brought us saves, tears and clashes →
Despite this, God appeared to be smiling on the boys in green, the sides level at one goal apiece at full-time and an uncharacteristically out-of-sorts Spain reduced to 10 men for the additional half-hour through injury.
· Trump’s radical lawsuit against Nevada’s vote-by-mail law, explained →
Some of its arguments rely on federal statutes that most likely cannot be enforced through a lawsuit brought by a private party.
· Why is Boris Johnson allowed to fail us so many times? →
What if instead of banning the bomb, we, as a collective species, organised through the auspices of the UN, decided instead to ban the governmental nuclear bunkers?