Publishedduration1 hour agoimage copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionHospitality outlets will be forced to close from 00:01 on FridayPubs, bars and restaurants in Jersey are set to close from 00:01 GMT on Friday for up to a month in order to tackle a surge in Covid cases.The “hospitality circuit breaker” announced on Wednesday comes amid fears health services… . . .
Raheem Sterling (right) came close to scoring with a low strike in the first halfManchester City had a late goal against Porto ruled out but a draw was enough for them to secure top spot in Champions League Group C.It seemed that after a frustrating 80 minutes substitute Gabriel Jesus had broken the deadlock when… . . .
Many countries put a lot of their money (in billions) into the space programs. The US has been the leader since 1958 – They spend more than $18 billion per year on the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Some people question why the United States spends so much money on space programs.The truth is NASA… . . .
Publishedduration7 hours agoA public inquiry into state collusion in the murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane will not take place at this time, the government has said.Mr Finucane was shot dead by loyalist paramilitaries from the Ulster Defence Association (UDA) in February 1989.His family had fought a long campaign, involving numerous legal actions, in a… . . .
Publishedduration7 hours agoimage copyrightGetty ImagesSir Philip Green’s retail empire could collapse within hours, as a senior source at Arcadia Group told the BBC they do not expect any last-minute rescue deal.The company, which includes Topshop, Burton and Dorothy Perkins, is set to enter administration on Monday.That would put 13,000 jobs at risk.Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group… . . .
Photo Credit: WSJDisruptive technology patterns decide the manner in which the new year will be formed. They will accelerate and change numerous businesses at a fast pace consistently. They will shape the world and the future and will be available seemingly within easy reach of entrepreneurs and investors alike.The intelligent digital work will incorporate interconnected… . . .
Publishedduration8 hours agomedia captionStudents of Iran’s Basij paramilitary force rallied in front of the foreign ministry in TehranIran’s president has blamed Israel for the killing of a top nuclear scientist on Friday, and said it would not slow down the country’s nuclear programme.Hassan Rouhani also said Iran would retaliate over Mohsen Fakhrizadeh’s killing at a… . . .
Update 11/20/20 10am PT: We’ve added the Ryzen 5 5600X, Ryzen 9 5950X, 5900X, and Ryzen 7 5800X to our rankings, along with all of the previous-gen Zen 3, Zen+, and Zen 1 versions of those chips. Original Article:Today marks the biggest change to our CPU benchmark hierarchy that we’ve seen in the last five years,… . . .
By BBC NewsStaffPublishedduration19 hours ago”New Covid Madness” is how the Daily Mail describes the decision to put almost every area of England in the two top tiers of restrictions when the national lockdown ends next Wednesday. Its front page shows the pretty village of Penshurst in Kent – which will enter tier three despite having… . . .
By Will ChalkNewsbeat reporterPublishedduration22 hours agoimage copyrightAlex Brenchleyimage captionTo be fair to Edith, she’s got a lot to celebrateThis is Edith Whiskers. Edith enjoys long hot baths, a spot of beekeeping and the occasional bike ride.She’s also had millions of streams on Spotify and soundtracked hundreds of thousands of TikTok videos.Not bad, considering she doesn’t… . . .