Analysis and Opinion

Gennaro Gattuso: Tottenham do not sue former Fiorentina manager

Gattuso managed Napoli, AC Milan and Fiorentina Gennaro Gattuso is not considered a candidate to become Tottenham’s new manager. The prospect of him joining Spurs sparked a protest from fans, which was communicated to the club by the Tottenham Hotspur Supporter Trust. The club had not commented on Gattuso but …

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Analysis: In Hong Kong’s Apple Daily, China’s beleaguered liberal media icon

Copies of Next Digital’s Apple Daily newspapers are seen at a newsstand in Hong Kong, China on June 17, 2021. REUTERS / Tyrone Siu HONG KONG, June 17 (Reuters) – Reporters at Apple Daily, a fiery Hong Kong newspaper, were bracing for some sort of crackdown. The splashy Chinese-language tabloid …

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ASCO Update 2021: Chinese checkpoint inhibitor in first-line head and neck cancer

Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC), a subtype of squamous cell cancer of the head and neck involving the nasopharynx, accounts for nearly 123,000 new incident cases worldwide each year. Most cases are recurrent or metastatic in nature, with poor prognosis. The current standard of care for recurrent or metastatic CNP remains platinum-based …

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Opinion: Time to be smart like Soros in the ‘gunshot’ phase of the equity bull market

I don’t know when what I call the Bubble-Blowing Bull Market Blow-Off Top will end. After 12 years of being long and strong and having diamond hands without even knowing the term existed, I might be wrong to become more careful. Perhaps the economy will reopen and rejuvenate the country …

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Edinburgh to set up a low emission zone in 2022

A Low Emission Zone (LEZ) will be set up in Edinburgh city center from 2022 if plans are approved on June 17, with a two-year grace period. The LEZ, as with similar programs in Bath, Birmingham, London and Oxford, would ban all non-Euro 6 diesel vehicles from next spring, as …

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Lower morale is a growing concern in the public service

Notice DURING National Public Service Week, which takes place this year from June 13-19, we publicly acknowledge and acknowledge the contributions of all public servants. As professors who have studied public administration for over 20 years, we normally take this opportunity to recognize the important work public servants do to …

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Infrastructure Bill Deal: Congress Can Spend Now, Pay Later

Here’s a modest suggestion for moderate senators looking to strike a deal on infrastructure spending: Don’t worry about paying for it. The American political system is less blocked and dysfunctional than many people realize. But there are still deep disagreements between Democrats and Republicans over tax policy. Democrats are addressing …

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‘Fragile’ England to ‘stand no chance’ in Ashes – Michael Vaughan

England have “no chance” of winning back the Ashes in Australia if their hitters remain “fragile,” said former captain Michael Vaughan. Joe Root’s side face a series loss to New Zealand after being reduced to 122-9 – leading by 37 – on day three of the second test at Edgbaston. …

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Buenos Aires Hours | A crypto-revolution in Argentina

As Alberto Fernández grabbed the spotlight this week with his racist blunder, a digital auction hosted by Sotheby’s grossed $ 17.1 million in digital art sales, including a CryptoPunk known as “Covid Alien “which cost $ 11.75 million. Indeed, a new report has indicated that Argentina ranked 21st in the …

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Early Release – Anthemosoma garnhami in HIV-infected Zimbabwe Male Living in South Africa – Volume 27, Number 7 — July 2021 – Journal of Emerging Infectious Diseases

Disclaimer: Pre-published articles are not considered final versions. Any changes will be reflected in the online version the month the article is officially published. Author affiliations: Walter Sisulu University, Mthatha, South Africa (DF Stead); Cecilia Makiwane Hospital, East London, South Africa (DF Stead); National Institute of Communicable Diseases, Johannesburg, South …

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