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# Sources

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Athletes who qualified for Tokyo 2020 will keep their place for 2021
The Olympics have been pushed back due to the Covid-19 pandemic.'s toolkit for spotting false news
Here are some simple practical tools anyone can use to identify misinformation.
Wikipedia bans Daily Mail links as references
A spokesperson for the Daily Mail said it had “banned all its journalists from using Wikipedia as a sole source in 2014 because of its unreliability”.
Major police operation linked to Gary Hutch murder underway in Spain
An arrest is understood to have taken place.
EU Commission sets out plan to harvest energy from our seas and oceans
Ocean energy – known as ‘blue energy’ – covers all technologies that harvest renewable energy from our seas and oceans other than offshore wind.
NY Times reporter fighting order to reveal his CIA sources
James Risen says he is willing to go to jail to protect those who gave him information.
Union raises concerns about Oireachtas inquiries amendment
The National Union of Journalists has raised concerns about the proposed amendment to the constitution, and its impact on journalists’ sources.
Met police no longer seeking court orders against journalists over sources
Scotland Yard is no longer looking for court orders to force journalists to reveal their sources behind certain phone hacking stories.
Scotland Yard detective arrested over phone hacking inquiry
Meanwhile, the second person arrested today is reported to have worked for the News of the World.