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Caroline Flack died of suicide for fear of prosecution, coroner’s rules

The former “Love Island” host died in February while waiting for the alleged assault process. Forensic examiner Mary Hassell said Thursday that the way the case was “played in the national press” was “incredibly difficult for her” and that Flack feared the loss of her career, PA said. “Although her general fluctuating (mental) state was a background and important for …

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Biden says Harris is “very controversial” about being his running companion

Errol Barnett, a correspondent for CBS News, asked Biden about these reports during an interview aired Thursday morning during the virtual session of the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. “No, he didn’t tell the press, he spoke to someone offline and it was repeated,” said Biden, referring to Dodd’s comments. “Now I have …

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Beirut Explosion Related to a Russian Ship Containing Ammonium Nitrate Remaining in the Port, Called “Floating Bomb”

Investigators investigating the devastating explosion in Beirut, which killed at least 135 people and injured 5,000 others, point to a Russian ship that was docked in the city’s port for nearly seven years without proper security precautions in place Officials had warned that it was a “floating bomb”. According to legal documents and Lebanese officials, the Russian ship named MV …

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North Korea is delivering massive relief supplies to the city with fear of coronavirus, although no cases are still being reported

A North Korean city that was put into an “ultra-emergency state” at the end of July after a suspected coronavirus case occurred, according to the country’s state media, more than 550,000 relief supplies were sent on Thursday. This is despite the continued existence of the hermit kingdom that the disease does not exist within its borders. The developments come after …

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Outbreak of Aberdeen coronavirus: the number of cases rises to 79

Image rights Getty Images Image description Union Street was quiet as many companies closed their doors The number of coronavirus cases related to an Aberdeen outbreak has risen to 79 – more are expected in the coming days. Restrictions were imposed in the city on Wednesday after the number of cases in the cluster increased to 54. First Minister Nicola …

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US corona virus: According to Fauci, the country can significantly lower the values ​​until election day in November

“We can be far below in November … if we do things right and if we start now,” said Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, about CNN’s “New Day”. Fauci’s roadmap is the same one that he preached, including the use of masks in public, social distancing, and hand washing. And it points to hopeful …

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Ammonium nitrate, a source of explosions in Beirut, has caused many high-profile explosions

Ammonium nitrate, which according to the Lebanese authorities the devastating explosions in Beirutis an odorless crystalline substance commonly used as fertilizer that has caused numerous industrial explosions over the decades. This particularly includes one in a fertilizer plant in Texas in 2013, in which 15 people died and died intentionally decided, an explosion on the North Korean railroad that killed …

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Most Southeast Asian economies are struggling to grow amid the coronavirus

An almost empty departure lounge at Suvarnabhumi Airport in Thailand in Bangkok when passenger numbers fell due to the Covid 19 pandemic. Mladen Antonov | AFP | Getty Images Some economies in Southeast Asia have had more success in curbing the coronavirus outbreak – but global uncertainties would limit the extent of economic recovery in the region, according to an …

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