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Tadej Pogacar takes over the leadership of the Tour de France from Primoz Roglic in the epic time trial

When Tadej Pogacar and Primoz Roglic each took their heads in hand seconds after completing the penultimate stage of the Tour de France on Saturday, neither of them seemed to be able to process what had happened. The 21-year-old Pogacar had just delivered the best performance of his young career, wiping out Roglic’s 57-second lead and opening a most likely …

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Virus Vaccine Trials, Latest News: Oxford AstraZeneca Trial Continues in UK

Sign up for our daily coronavirus newsletter here to find out what you need to know Subscribe to our Covid-19 podcast for the latest news and analysis. The Oxford University and AstraZeneca Plc has restarted a UK study of an experimental Covid-19 vaccine after it was discontinued due to concerns about a sick participant. The UK drug health regulator recommended …

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Ex-cops blame each other and seek their own trial for Floyd’s death

Attorneys for four former Minneapolis officials charged with the death of George Floyd say each client should get their own trial as officials try to diminish their role in the black man’s arrest by fingering each other demonstrate By AMY FORLITI Associated Press September 11, 2020, 3:41 am • • 4 min read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterSend this article …

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Scientists question Russian vaccine trial data on “unlikely” patterns

An employee at work at the Russian Ministry of Health’s Gamaleya Scientific Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology, which makes a COVID-19 vaccine. Vyacheslav Prokofyev | TASS | Getty Images LONDON – A group of scientists has questioned the reliability of data published by Russian epidemiologists on early clinical trials of its ‘Sputnik V’ coronavirus vaccine. One of them told …

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AstraZeneca Trial Suspended for “Unexplained Disease”

CONCLUDE A vaccine typically takes years to get approved in the US, but COVID-19 vaccines are carried out in record time. What does that mean? USA TODAY AstraZeneca, one of the companies looking to make a vaccine against the coronavirus, appears to have hit a stumbling block. The company halted its COVID-19 clinical trials worldwide while investigating a side effect …

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Nissan’s Ghosn is gone, American Kelly is alone before the Japan trial

TOKYO (AP) – His boss Carlos Ghosn escaped charges of financial misconduct when he fled the country, but another former Nissan executive is still awaiting trial in Japan: Greg Kelly. © Provided by Associated Press Former managing director of Nissan Motor Co., Greg Kelly, arrives at a Tokyo district court on June 24, 2019. Kelly’s trial in Tokyo District Court …

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The satirical paper Charlie Hebdo repeats Muhammad cartoons while 14 are on trial for Paris attacks

Paris – More than five years after the fatal attack on the Paris offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie HebdoOn Wednesday, 14 people were brought on trial to help the three attackers, all of whom were killed by police. On January 7, 2015, brothers Saïd and Chérif Kouachi entered the newspaper’s offices and killed 11 people, including 8 editors. …

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House Democrats open contempt trial against Mike Pompeo | House of Representatives

Congressional Democrats have launched contempt proceedings against Mike Pompeo for refusing to submit subpoenas for documents related to the Ukraine scandal that led to Donald Trump’s impeachment. The move is the culmination of a long struggle for the authority of Congress to oversee government agencies. The Secretary of State, who as a Republican representative from Kansas was a staunch advocate …

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Citigroup and Brigade Square on trial for over $ 900 million in Flub

(Bloomberg) – Brigade Capital Management LP told a federal judge it cannot return the $ 175 million Citigroup Inc. paid as part of a $ 900 million error because the money went to other funds while the bank says Brigade is the only one of dozens of lenders who have “totally” refused to return the money. Citigroup, which sued the …

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