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UEFA probes discrimination during Germany v Hungary Euro 2020 game
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
UEFA did not give details of the incidents at the match, which was played in Munich on Wednesday. UEFA said in a statement that it had appointed an ethics and disciplinary inspector to investigate the matter. read moreThis came after UEFA refused a request from Munich's mayor for the stadium to be lit in rainbow colours for the game in protest at an anti-LGBTQ law in Hungary. Last weekend, UEFA also opened an investigation into Hungary's matches against Portugal and France in Budapest. Ahead of Hungary's match against France, Hungarian fans marched to the Puskas Arena displaying a banner calling on players to stop taking a knee to protest racism.
Persons: Matthias Hangst, Leon Goretzka, Dieter Reiter, Gay, Manasi Pathak, Toby Davis Organizations: Soccer Football, Football Arena Munich, REUTERS, UEFA, Wednesday, England, Portugal, Lesbian, France, Puskas, Thomson Locations: Germany, Hungary, Munich, France, Budapest, Hungarian, Bengaluru
Philippine 'river warriors' fight tide of trash for cleaner future
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Members of the River Warriors gather trash to a 'trash boat' from the heavily polluted San Juan River, a tributary of Pasig River, in Mandaluyong City, Philippines, June 21, 2021. These "river warriors" are a decade-old group of about 100 people who work to clear the glut of garbage floating or washed up along Manila's notorious Pasig River. The 27 km (16.8 mile) river cutting through the Philippine capital was once a vital trade route. The Pasig River alone provides up to 6.43% of ocean plastic originating from rivers, the report said. "I've seen it done in other cities, in other countries, so I don't think it's impossible to revive and clean up Pasig River," she said.
Persons: Eloisa Lopez, There's, Angelita Imperio, Dexter Opiana, Imperio, Joan Lagunda, Marian Ledesma, Adrian Portugal Peter Blaza, Martin Petty, Tom Hogue Organizations: River, REUTERS, Oxford, Greenpeace, Thomson Locations: Juan River, Pasig River, Mandaluyong City, Philippines, Eloisa Lopez MANILA, Pasig, Philippine, Greenpeace Philippines
Lisbon man breathes new life into city's historic trams
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Catarina Demony | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Paulo Marques is seen near his collection of trams in Carregado, Portugal, June 22, 2021. In a warehouse north of the city, Paulo Marques has been collecting and restoring old, rusty trams since his first acquisition in 1996. Trams have been transporting Lisbonites up and down the city's hilly streets since 1901 and they are still popular. Marques, who also owns a tram-themed restaurant in downtown Lisbon, became hooked on his journeys to school as a boy. "Anyone who comes here, whether they like trams or not, is dazzled by the collection," a proud Marques said.
Persons: Paulo Marques, Pedro Nunes LISBON, Marques, Catarina Demony, Miguel Pereira, Pedro Nunes, Andrei Khalip, Philippa Fletcher Organizations: REUTERS, Marques, Thomson Locations: Carregado, Portugal, Lisbon
'Long queue' of SPACs in Asia looking to de-SPAC: Dealogic
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via Email'Long queue' of SPACs in Asia looking to de-SPAC: DealogicRomaine Jackson of Dealogic says special purposes acquisition companies (SPACs) in Asia are looking to de-SPAC with "$250 billion hunting for target," a number that he says is close to the GDP of Portugal.
Persons: Dealogic Romaine Jackson, Dealogic Locations: SPACs, Asia, Portugal
But now a mutation of that variant has emerged, called "delta plus," which is starting to worry global experts. India has dubbed delta plus a "variant of concern," and there are fears that it could potentially be more transmissible. delta plus. Read more: The fast-spreading delta Covid variant could have different symptoms, experts say Several of those variants, such as the "alpha" variant (previously known as the "Kent" or "British" variant) and then the delta variant, have gone on to be dominant strains globally, hence the attention on delta plus. India's Health Ministry reportedly said Wednesday that it had found around 40 cases of the delta plus variant with the K417N mutation.
Persons: SAEED KHAN, INSACOG Organizations: AFP, Getty, Public Health, India's Health Ministry Locations: Sydney, India, Public Health England, U.S, Canada, Japan, Nepal, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, China, Maharashtra, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh
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LISBON (Reuters) - As the summer holiday season kicks off, the number of passengers hopping on Ryanair RYA.I planes is "mushrooming" despite travel restrictions in place to control the spread of the coronavirus, Group Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said on Wednesday. O’Leary said Ryanair carried 1.7 million passengers in May and said the number was likely to increase to 5 million in June and 9 million the following month. To boost travel further, O’Leary said fully vaccinated holidaymakers across Europe should be allowed to travel freely. Britons returning from European holiday destinations, including Spain, Portugal and Greece, that are currently rated “amber”, have to take multiple COVID-19 tests and isolate for 10 days. O’Leary said the increase in cases would not have a big impact on Ryanair.
Persons: Michael O'Leary, O’Leary, ” O’Leary, Organizations: Ryanair, Reuters, Britain, Ireland Locations: LISBON, Lisbon, Portugal, Germany, Scandinavia, Benelux, Spain, Greece, Italy, Europe, Britain, France, United States
A Month Before the Olympics, How Is Japan Faring With Covid?
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( Lauren Leatherby | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
With a month to go until the Tokyo Olympics and a state of emergency freshly lifted in most of the country, Japan is seeing relatively low coronavirus case counts after a surge last month. This weekend, as cases continued to fall, Japan ended the emergency measures in most prefectures but will maintain some targeted restrictions in Tokyo and elsewhere. Japan has managed to keep cases relatively low throughout the pandemic compared with other rich countries, though variants have made recent outbreaks harder to control. New cases in Japan per day, seven-day average April 1, Jan. 1, June 21, 2020 2021 2021 First state of emergency declared. Two months after many other countries, Japan administers the first shots of the Covid vaccine to health care workers.
Persons: caseload Organizations: Tokyo, Games, Seychelles Singapore Chile Uruguay San Marino U.K, China Japan Malta U.S, Singapore Seychelles Chile Uruguay San Marino U.K, Bank, for Systems Science, Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Pfizer, Olympics, Moderna, AstraZeneca Locations: Japan, Japan Greece China Malta U.S, Seychelles Singapore Chile Uruguay, Israel Germany Turkey Brazil Morocco Australia Mozambique, China Japan Malta, Singapore Seychelles Chile Uruguay, Japan Portugal Turkey, Seychelles Israel U.S, China Germany Vietnam, Tokyo, United States, United Kingdom, Moderna
REUTERS/Phil NobleJune 23 (Reuters) - India said on Wednesday it has found around 40 cases of the Delta coronavirus variant carrying a mutation that appears to make it more transmissible, and advised states to increase testing. The variant, called "Delta Plus" in India, was first reported in a Public Health England bulletin on June 11. It is a sub-lineage of the Delta variant first detected in India and has acquired the spike protein mutation called K417N which is also found in the Beta variant first identified in South Africa. Some scientists worry that the mutation, coupled with other existing features of the Delta variant, could make it more transmissible. "WHO is tracking this variant as part of the Delta variant, as we are doing for other Variants of Concern with additional mutations," the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a statement sent to Reuters.
Persons: Phil Noble, Shahid Jameel, Tarun Bhatnagar, Shilpa Jamkhandikar, Bhargav Acharya, Ankur Banerjee, Alistair Smout, Miyoung Kim, Giles Elgood Organizations: REUTERS, DELTA PLUS, Public Health, Beta, WHO, World Health Organization, Reuters, Delta, for Medical Research, Bhargav, Thomson Locations: Oldham, Britain, India, South Africa, Canada, Japan, Nepal, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, United States, Maharashtra, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Pune, Bengaluru, London
Indian officials say they're closely monitoring "Delta Plus," a version of the Delta coronavirus variant with an extra mutation. "Delta Plus," also called AY.1, accounts for just 0.00002% of all Delta variants sequenced. Indian health officials have ramped up coronavirus testing and public health measures in three states, following concerns about a new strain of the virus they call "Delta Plus" — but experts worldwide say they're not concerned. The Indian government said Wednesday that it was closely monitoring "Delta Plus," also known as AY.1, which is the Delta variant of the coronavirus, but with an extra mutation. We are tracking it carefully, and strengthening all public health measures," he said.
Persons: Anurag Agarwal, they're, Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden's, aren't, Francois Balloux, Balloux, PHE, Eric Feigl, Ding, it's Organizations: Alpha, Delta, AY, Public Health, Genetics Institute, University College London, World Health Organization, WHO, Federation of American, of Genomics, BBC Locations: India, Maharashtra, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Canada, Japan, Nepal, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, Delta, Delhi
EU military mission to Mozambique to be approved next month
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Portugal's Foreign Minister Augusto Santos Silva speaks during a news conference following a European Union Foreign Trade ministers meeting at the European Council headquarters in Brussels, Belgium May 20, 2021. Francisco Seco/Pool via REUTERS/File PhotoLISBON, June 23 (Reuters) - A European Union military mission to support and train up Mozambican troops to tackle an escalating insurgency linked to Islamic State could be approved next month, Portugal's foreign minister said on Wednesday. "We hope that...it will be formally approved so we can launch this European mission to support Mozambique in the fight against terrorism", Santos Silva said. Portugal, which holds the EU's rotating presidency until the end of the month, has already sent 60 soldiers to Mozambique to train local troops. Josep Borrell, bloc's foreign policy chief, said in May the EU could have a military training mission in place in Mozambique within several months, acknowledging the problem was finding additional countries besides Portugal to supply troops.
Persons: Augusto Santos Silva, Francisco Seco, Santos Silva, Cabo Delgado, Josep Borrell, Patrícia Vicente Rua, Catarina Demony, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: Portugal's, European Union Foreign Trade, European, European Union, Islamic, EU, Thomson Locations: Brussels, Belgium, LISBON, Lisbon, Mozambique, Cabo, Islamic State, Palma, Portugal
LONDON (Reuters) -British pilots, cabin crew, travel agents and other workers are urging politicians to save the summer holiday season by reopening routes abroad or risk destroying tens of thousands of jobs as companies fail. But Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that whatever happens, it will be a difficult year for travel. “The government has to decide if this summer it will make or break the UK travel industry,” said Brian Strutton, acting General Secretary of the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA). To survive more than 15 months of travel restrictions, companies including British Airways, easyJet, TUI and Jet2, have taken on billions of pounds of debt. Airline bosses have said that they could be ready for a wider re-opening of travel within weeks should government rules change.
Persons: Toby Melville, Boris Johnson, , Brian Strutton, Tim Alderslade, Tina Milton Organizations: British, Heathrow, REUTERS, Workers, British Airline Pilots Association, British Airways, “ Airlines, Airlines, Popular Locations: London, Britain, England, TUI, Jet2, France, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain, United States
The Euros’ Hottest Party Is in the Group of Death
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( Joshua Robinson | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
Munich, GermanyGermany manager Joachim Löw did his best to keep a straight face when he saw where his team landed for the European Championship. Sitting in Bucharest, Romania back in December 2019, he had just been placed in one of the toughest groups in modern tournament history. Löw and his 2014 world champions would have to face France (the 2018 world champion), Portugal (the 2016 European champion), and Hungary (the dirtiest team in qualifying—no one had committed more fouls or earned more red cards). His equally severe counterparts from France and Portugal did the same. “Of course it’s a group of death,” Löw said at the time.
Persons: Joachim Löw, ” Löw Organizations: European Locations: Munich, Germany Germany, Bucharest, Romania, France, Portugal, Hungary
The Delta variant of the coronavirus is spreading rapidly across continental Europe, raising the risk of a rebound in infections and a delay to the region’s economic comeback. The variant, first discovered in India late last year, has prompted Portugal to seal off its capital city of Lisbon on weekends. In Germany, where Delta is still rare, scientists expect it to make up the majority of Covid-19 infections in the coming months. While Delta is more infectious than other variants, fully vaccinated people still appear to be well protected against getting sick. In the U.K., infections have risen sharply in recent weeks, but the number of deaths has remained relatively steady.
Organizations: Alpha Locations: Europe, India, Portugal, Lisbon, Germany, Delta, France, Italy, U.S, England, Wuhan, China
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England get the job done with 1-0 win over Czechs
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( Mitch Phillips | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
England return to Wembley on Tuesday to face the runners-up from Group E – likely to be France, Germany or Portugal - while the Czechs must wait to find out which group winner they play. "We are not fluent but we have moments where we look a good side," said England coach Gareth Southgate. "The Czechs are a really good side. "All of our next opponents will be different games but there are a lot of good things we are doing." SHARP ENDSterling was at the sharp end of England's early attacks as they began full of energy.
Persons: Raheem Sterling, Sterling, Jack Grealish, Gareth Southgate, Tomas Vaclik, Saka, Harry Kane, Tomas Holes, Jordan Pickford, Tomas Soucek, Jordan Henderson, Mark Gleeson, Ken Ferris Organizations: England, Wembley, LONDON, Czech, E, Scotland, Thomson Locations: England, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Portugal, Croatia, Sweden, Slovakia, Spain, Poland, Copenhagen, Czech
Save Our Summer: British pilots call on politicians to rescue travel industry
  + stars: | 2021-06-22 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Toby Melville/File PhotoLONDON, June 23 (Reuters) - British pilots on Wednesday urged politicians to save the summer holiday season through clearer travel guidance and provide direct financial support to rescue jobs as the industry grapples with an existential crisis brought on by COVID restrictions. read moreBut Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned that whatever happens, it will be a difficult year for travel. read more"The government has to decide if this summer it will make or break the UK travel industry," said Brian Strutton, acting General Secretary of the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA). "Pilots are meeting politicians across the UK today to urge them to put pressure on the government to act now and save not only the summer but the future of UK aviation and travel. " Strutton also said that direct state support to airlines and airports would help save jobs and companies as they head into the European winter, traditionally the off-peak travel season for Britons.
Persons: Toby Melville, Boris Johnson, Brian Strutton, BALPA, Strutton, Alistair Smout, Guy Faulconbridge Organizations: Heathrow, REUTERS, British, British Airline Pilots Association, Pilots, Popular, Britons, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, England, United States, Europe, Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Greece
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How marketers can tap the growing loyal audience for women's sports
  + stars: | 2021-06-21 | by ( Jabari Young | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Sports marketers are leaving money on the table by not investing more in pro women's leagues, according to a new study by the Sports Innovation Lab, a Boston-based tech research firm. It shows a new business model, referred to as the "community-based monetization" model. The Sports Innovation Lab (SIL) provided data points on how companies can examine fan behavior around women's sports and engagement with leagues and players. SIL partnered with leagues including the Women's National Basketball Association, LPGA Tour, Athletes Unlimited, and the National Women's Soccer League for the report. "If we can put data behind the business opportunity of women's sports – there's money being left on the table," Ruggiero said.
Persons: Megan Rapinoe, Brands, Angela Ruggiero, Ruggiero Organizations: BBVA Stadium, Sports, Sports Innovation, CNBC, Innovation, SIL, National Basketball Association, Tour, National Women's Soccer League Locations: United, United States, Portugal, Houston , TX, Boston
Let the vaccinated travel, UK air industry demands
  + stars: | 2021-06-21 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.92   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Toby Melville/File PhotoLONDON, June 21 (Reuters) - The aviation industry on Monday demanded that Britain removes COVID testing and isolation requirements for fully vaccinated travellers from most countries, a step already being taken in the European Union to help tourism recover. Airlines UK said in a letter to Transport Secretary Grant Shapps that fully vaccinated travellers from "amber" destinations should be exempt from the 10-day isolation requirement, while those coming from both "amber" and "green" countries should not need to have expensive PCR tests. "Today 32 countries exempt travellers from quarantine and 27 from testing if fully vaccinated. The failure to adopt a similar approach risks the UK falling further behind the EU's reopening of international travel, including the critical trans-Atlantic market." The 11 countries and territories rated "green" require two tests for passengers, including those who are fully vaccinated.
Persons: Toby Melville, Grant Shapps, Boris Johnson, Paul Sandle Organizations: Heathrow, REUTERS, European Union, Airlines, British, hospitalisation, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Europe, United States, Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Greece
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UEFA probes discrimination at Euros matches in Budapest
  + stars: | 2021-06-20 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Guglielmo MangiapaneJune 20 (Reuters) - UEFA is investigating "potential discriminatory incidents" during Hungary's European Championship matches against Portugal and France at the Puskas Arena, European soccer's governing body said on Sunday. During Hungary's opening match against Portugal in Budapest on Tuesday, images on social media showed banners with "Anti-LMBTQ" on them - the Hungarian abbreviation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer. read moreThe anti-discrimination group Fare, which monitors matches for incidents of racism and other forms of discrimination, sent a report to UEFA and discussed the matter with officials. On Saturday ahead of Hungary's match against France, Hungarian fans marched to the Puskas Arena displaying a banner calling on players to stop taking a knee to protest racism. In a statement, UEFA said it has appointed an ethics and disciplinary inspector to investigate the incidents.
Persons: Guglielmo Mangiapane, Gay, Viktor Orban, Hardik Vyas, Hugh Lawson Organizations: UEFA, Piazza del Popolo, REUTERS, Portugal, Puskas Arena, Lesbian, France, Puskas, Johns Hopkins University, Thomson Locations: Piazza, Rome, Italy, France, Budapest, Hungarian, Hungary, Bengaluru
United Airlines' first service to Dubrovnik starts July 1 from its Newark, New Jersey hub. Airlines generally like to unveil new international destinations with fanfare several months and sometimes close to a year in advance. Airlines instead have been waiting for green lights from governments to lift travel restrictions to help rebuild international networks. But airlines are looking for any flights they can launch, and their starting point is very low. Covid travel restrictions have also posed challenges to airlines as they set up new flights with organizing on-the-ground facilities and staff remotely.
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