Month: September 2022

Man Utd striker Marcus Rashford on Kylian Mbappe PSG wishlist – Paper Talk | News from the transmission center

All the top stories and broadcast gossip from Saturday’s papers… DAILY MIRROR Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford was one of the players on Kylian Mbappe’s transfer wishlist after he secured his future with Paris Saint-Germain in the summer. GUARDIAN Chelsea are keen to land RB Leipzig forward Christopher Nkunku next summer amid reports he underwent …

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21 states have no flood disclosure laws. Here’s what that means

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This robot ran a world record, but its trainer says it’s not dangerous yet

As it happens6:14 a.mRobot Cassie runs a record 100-meter race If you’ve run a track at Oregon State University recently, chances are you’ve crossed paths with an unusual competitor: an athletic bipedal robot. Cassie first made a name for herself in 2021 by completing a 5K on campus in 53 minutes. After months of training, …

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Toxic algae blamed for 300 tonnes of dead fish in Oder river on German-Polish border: ‘Man-made environmental disaster’

Germany said this on Friday mass death of fish in the Oder River was a “man-made environmental disaster” blamed on the growth of toxic algae caused by salt entering the water. At least 300 tons of dead fish were pulled from rivers in Germany and Poland this summer, the German environment ministry said, citing “spiked …

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People in Cuba protest power outages caused by Hurricane Ian : NPR

People protest Friday in Bacuranao, Cuba, asking for the restoration of the power system that collapsed due to the devastation of Hurricane Ian. Ramon Espinosa/AP hide title turning caption on and off Ramon Espinosa/AP People protest Friday in Bacuranao, Cuba, asking for the restoration of the power system that collapsed due to the devastation of …

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West rejects Putin’s claim that he sabotaged Baltic gas pipelines

Copenhagen, Denmark — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday accused the West of sabotaging Russian-built natural gas pipelines under the Baltic Sea to Germany, a charge the United States and its allies vehemently deny. The undersea explosions that damaged pipelines and caused massive methane leaks this week involved several hundred pounds of explosives, the Nordics …

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Russia vetoes UN requests against the annexation of Ukraine, China abstains from voting

India and China abstained from voting against the UN resolution condemning Russia’s annexation. United Nations: On Friday, Russia vetoed the UN Security Council’s request to condemn the annexation of Ukrainian territory, while China and India abstained. Russia’s veto was solid, but Western countries are happy that Moscow did not find support from Beijing and is …

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