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International - Today’s News

Hagia Sophia museum formally restored as mosque by Turkish president

A 1934 Cabinet decision had turned the mosque site into a museum.

'All hell would break loose' if I didn’t follow the rules, Johnny Depp tells UK High Court

The Hollywood actor is giving his fourth day of evidence in his libel action against The Sun newspaper

The 5 at 5: Friday

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Dutch government taking Russia to court over ‘shooting down’ of MH17 flight

A missile fired from territory controlled by pro-Moscow Ukrainian rebels blew the plane out of the sky on 17 July 2014.

France uncovers 'massive fraud' of coronavirus wage payouts

The French government has paid around 84% of net salary for people unable to work due to the pandemic.

Notre Dame cathedral to be rebuilt as it looked before fire last year

To stay historically accurate, it will again be built with potentially toxic lead.

From The42 Champions League draw made as road to Lisbon heats up European Matters

Champions League draw made as road to Lisbon heats up

The competition’s remaining teams have learned their fate, with Manchester City facing Lyon or Juventus should they beat Real Madrid.

Northern Ireland lifts 14-day quarantine rules for dozens of countries

The British government has published its ‘green list’ of countries that don’t require self-isolation after travelling there.

Search for missing Glee star Naya Rivera continues at California lake

Ventura County Sheriff Sergeant Kevin Donoghue said it may be weeks before any body is found.

Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen returned to prison after photos emerge of him at NYC restaurant

His lawyer, Jeffrey Levine, said Cohen had been taken into custody for violating the terms of his release.

Mayor of Seoul found dead a day after being accused of sexual harassment

Authorities have said Park Won-soon took his own life.

Covid-19: Australia to slash quota of citizens who are allowed re-enter the country

Australia closed its international borders to all but returning citizens and permanent residents in late March, but a quota on numbers is in place.

International - Yesterday’s News

Serving probationary Metropolitan Police officer charged with terrorism offence

He has been bailed to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 6 August.

From The42 United close in on the Champions League with easy win over hapless Villa Going Opposite Ways

United close in on the Champions League with easy win over hapless Villa

Mason Greenwood scored again in a 3-0 win for United.

US Supreme Court orders Trump financial records be released to New York prosecutors

Trump’s lawyers had claimed the president was immune from criminal investigation – a claim rejected by the court.

Quiz: How well do you know The Truman Show?

The film was put on Netflix last week. How much do you remember?

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New York mayor helps paint Black Lives Matter in front of Trump Tower

President Trump responded via Twitter that the mural would denigrate ‘this luxury Avenue’.

House in Australia left in 'state of complete carnage' after being trashed by Johnny Depp, court hears

The 57-year-old is suing over a 2018 article in the tabloid which labelled him a “wife beater”.

From The42 The Ultimate 90s Football Quiz – Part 2 Back In Time

The Ultimate 90s Football Quiz – Part 2

Keep yourself occupied on the bus to Féile by putting your retro football knowledge to the test.

Joe Biden proposes 'Buy American' campaign to bolster US firms

The former vice-president has called for $700 million to be spent on supporting manufacturing and technology firms.

Belgrade human rights centre asks for investigation into Serbia's Covid-19 figures

The Serbian president is accused of contributing to the spike in deaths and new cases after he lifted lockdown ahead of an election.

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From The42 This year's European Cup finals will no longer take place in Marseille New Venue

This year's European Cup finals will no longer take place in Marseille

EPCR is now looking for a new venue or venues for the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup deciders.

Meghan Markle applies to High Court to prevent naming of five friends who defended her in media

The Duchess of Sussex’s friends spoke anonymously to People magazine in the US to defend her over ‘bullying behaviour’ by the British tabloid press.

Texas resumes executions after months-long shutdown due to Covid-19

Billy Joe Wardlow, convicted for murder, was given the lethal injection yesterday evening.

George Floyd said he couldn't breathe more than 20 times, transcripts show

Transcripts from the police officers’ body cameras, filed in court this week, show that George Floyd’s last words were “I can’t breathe.”

International - Wednesday 8 July, 2020

Harvard and MIT file legal action over new Trump administration rule on international student visas

Trump is pushing universities and schools to fully open when the new academic year starts in September.

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From The42 Liverpool close in on Premier League record points tally History Makers

Liverpool close in on Premier League record points tally

The Reds were too good for an error-prone Brighton tonight.

From The42 Ireland's John Egan scores again as Sheffield United boost European hopes Drama This post contains videos

Ireland's John Egan scores again as Sheffield United boost European hopes

The last-minute winner dealt a blow to Wolves’ Champions League ambitions.

From The42 As it happened: Brighton v Liverpool, Premier League Liveblog

As it happened: Brighton v Liverpool, Premier League

Brighton faced Liverpool, as they sought to ensure their Premier League safety.

US tops 3 million Covid-19 cases as Trump pushes for schools to reopen

The virus is surging in several southern hotspots including Texas, Florida, Louisiana and Arizona.

Depp accuses ex-wife of 'building a dossier' as an 'insurance policy' during libel trial against The Sun

Depp says that a claim he was violent towards his ex-wife is ‘complete lies’.

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From The42 Confirmed: 2020 Ryder Cup postponed for 12 months Continental Drift

Confirmed: 2020 Ryder Cup postponed for 12 months

It means the competition will now take place in 2021 and every two years thereafter.

World snowboarding champion Alex Pullin dies while spearfishing in Australia

“His enthusiasm was infectious and his impact on Olympic sport can’t be overstated.”

There is 'emerging evidence' that coronavirus can spread beyond 2m by air - WHO WHO

There is 'emerging evidence' that coronavirus can spread beyond 2m by air - WHO

The World Health Organization said it would put out a new scientific brief within days after scientists pushed the issue.

Shoppers in Melbourne strip the shelves ahead of midnight lockdown

Australia yesterday confirmed a further 134 infections in the past 24 hours.

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Ghislaine Maxwell gets date for her first day in court

At the hearing, prosecutors will argue for Maxwell to remain behind bars without bail.

International - Tuesday 7 July, 2020

Serbia reintroduces lockdown after highest daily Covid-19 death toll

The country’s president said a curfew will probably last from 6pm on Friday until 5am on Monday.

Trump administration formally begins withdrawal from World Health Organization WHO

Trump administration formally begins withdrawal from World Health Organization

The withdrawal is effective in one year – 6 July 2021.

Brother pays tribute after death of world’s longest-surviving conjoined twins

Twins Donnie and Ronnie Galyon died on July 4 aged 68.

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