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UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak Wants Young Workers To Return To Working From Offices

Rishi Sunak reflected on his own early career with investment bank Goldman Sachs, which he said benefitted from interactions with mentors in the workplace.

CNN Is Still Standing By Chris Cuomo, Despite His Role In His Brother’s Alleged Sexual Harassment Saga

“The fact that Chris Cuomo wasn’t fired over his inappropriate conflict of interest in actively affecting a news story is not only irresponsible of CNN, but also a disgrace to journalism,” one CNN staffer told BuzzFeed News.

Pentagon Reopens After Lockdown For Short Time Due To Shooting

The security agency has advised people to stay away from the Metro rail entrance and bus platform area as it was still an active crime scene.

Simone Biles Won A Bronze Medal In Her Olympic Return

"I was proud of myself just to go out there after what I've been through," Biles said afterward.

Joe Biden Said Andrew Cuomo Should Resign After An Investigation Into Allegations Of Sexual Harassment

“I think he should resign," Biden said of Cuomo at a news conference Tuesday.

After 11 Women Said Andrew Cuomo Sexually Harassed Them, He Says It Never Happened

In a recorded video, New York's governor says that he kisses everyone, but he denied sexually harassing multiple women in spite of a damning investigation that found he did.

The Justice Department Is Revisiting Its Sexual Harassment Policies

Internal reports have documented numerous incidents of sexual misconduct involving senior-level officials.

Germany To Offer Covid Booster Shots From September

Germany: Mobile vaccination teams should be sent into care and nursing homes, the text says, to offer Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna booster shots to residents, regardless of which vaccine they had originally.

Delta Variant Spreads "Like Wildfire" As Doctors Study Whether It Makes Patients Sicker

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned that Delta variant is now dominant worldwide and is "likely more severe".

Sky News Australia Suspended From YouTube For A Week Over Covid Report

Australian media reported that the suspension was issued after Sky News Australia allegedly denied the existence of Covid-19 or encouraged people to use some anti-Covid drugs, without providing countervailing context.

UN Chief Flags "Education Crisis" As Schools Remain Closed Due to Covid

UN Chief Antonio Guterres said 156 million students are still affected by school closures due to COVID-19, and 25 million of them may never return.

19-Year-Old TikTok Star Dies Days After He Was Shot In US Cinema Hall

Tik Tok star Anthony Barajas, 19, died after the shooting that also killed his 18-year-old friend Rylee Goodrich, police said.

US Top COVID-19 Advisor Says No New Lockdowns Expected Despite Delta Surge

"I don't think we're going to see lockdowns," President Joe Biden's chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci said.

COVID-19 Sceptics Defy Protest Ban In Germany's Capital; Several Arrested

German Police said some protesters "harassed and attacked" officers in Berlin and ignored roadblocks after which the protesters were arrested.

Myanmar Junta Promises Elections In Two Years

The army has justified its power grab by alleging massive fraud during 2020 elections won by Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy in a landslide, and has threatened to dissolve the party.

New Zealand PM Apologises For 1970s Immigration Raids On Pacific Community

The "Dawn Raids" took place from 1974 to 1976 during which the New Zealand government clamped down on immigrant workers from the Pacific who overstayed their work visas.

China Tests Millions, Imposes New Travel Restrictions As Virus Cases Rise

The coronavirus outbreak is geographically the largest to hit China in several months after the country's successes in largely snuffing out the pandemic within its borders last year.

China, Australia Ramp Up Covid Curbs As Delta Variant Spreads

The Delta variant, which was first identified in India, is forcing governments to reimpose tough measures, while other nations are reconsidering plans to open their economies.

WHO Urges Action To Suppress Covid Before Deadlier Variants Emerge

The highly-transmissible variant, first detected in India, has now surfaced in 132 countries and territories, the World Health Organization said.

COVID-19 Delta Variant Not Specifically Targeting Children, Says WHO

The WHO's Covid-19 technical lead Maria Van Kerkhove said the evidence showed that the variant first detected in India was rather being transmitted among people who were socially mixing.