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Covid: US death toll passes 200,000 – BBC News

The US is the worst hit country in the world and cases are still continuing to rise, data shows.

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Manchester United squad vs Paris Saint-Germain revealed – Manchester Evening News

Edinson Cavani was missing as the Man United squad flew to Paris for their Champions League group stage opener with Paris Saint-Germain.

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Edinson Cavani and Harry Maguire have not travelled with the Manchester United squad for their Champions League opener against Paris Saint-Germain.
Cavani, 33, only started training with his new teammates on Sunday after quarantining for two weeks following his deadline day signing. The Uruguayan has not played a competitive match since PSG beat Borussia Dortmund on March 11.
Maguire was deemed a doubt for the Saturday night trip to Newcastle but started and scored United’s equaliser in their …

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Rotherham child sex abuse probe: Police arrest 15 men in Operation Stovewood – Express

POLICE have arrested 15 men as part of an operation into historic child sex abuse in the South Yorkshire town of Rotherham.

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The alleged crimes, including rape, are thought to involve four girls and took place over a six year period between 2003 and 2009. The National Crime Agency’s (NCA) Operation Stovewood made the arrests, which relate to three separate investigations.
As part of the investigation nine men, aged between 36 and 49, were arrested in connection with the rape a girl between 2003 and 2008.
NCA said the arrests took place in Rotherham, Blackburn,  Sheffield, Doncaster, Wakefield and County Durham.
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Covid: Wales to go into ‘firebreak’ lockdown from Friday – BBC News

People in Wales will be told to stay home from Friday, with pubs and restaurants ordered to close.

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media captionMark Drakeford said without acting now the NHS would not be able to look after the increasing number of seriously ill people
Wales will go into a “short, sharp” national lockdown from Friday until Monday, 9 November.
People will be told to stay at home, while pubs, restaurants and non-essential shops will shut.
Primary schools will reopen after the half-term break, but only Years 7 and 8 in secondary schools will return at that time under new “firebreak” rules.
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