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Champions League live: Haaland hits landmark and celebrates in goalkeeper’s face after VAR drama, Ronaldo fights to keep Juventus alive in extra-time

Sports
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Keep up to date with all the latest football news, gossip and expert opinion on a busy night of Champions League action. HEADLINES Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp rules himself OUT of contention to become Germany manager this summer as search for Joachim Low’s replacement begins Edinson Cavani’s father says striker will quit Manchester United for […] talkSPORT
North Korea celebrates party anniversary amid economic woes

North Korea celebrates party anniversary amid economic woes

World
North Korea has held a massive military parade and public rally to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the country’s ruling partyBy KIM TONG-HYUNG Associated PressOctober 10, 2020, 10:06 AM• 4 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleSEOUL, South Korea -- North Korea has held a massive military parade and public rally to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the country’s ruling party.Outside observers had expected North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to take center stage in the festivities Saturday while also possibly unveiling the latest weapons in his growing nuclear arsenal that threatens U.S. allies and the American mainland.South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff had said there were signs that the North had mobilized “large crowds and equipment” for a military parade at Pyongyang...
‘The whole world celebrates’ on-camera birth of panda cub

‘The whole world celebrates’ on-camera birth of panda cub

Technology
Officials at the National Zoo are jacking up their internet capabilities as a new giant panda cub is sparking fresh rounds of pandemic-fueled panda-maniaBy ASHRAF KHALIL Associated PressAugust 22, 2020, 5:18 PM4 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleWASHINGTON -- A brand new giant panda cub is sparking pandemic-fueled panda-mania, and officials at the National Zoo said traffic on their livestream spiked 1,200% over the past week. “I'm pretty sure we broke the Internet last night,” National Zoo Director Steve Monfort said Saturday. The zoo's ever-popular Panda Cam traffic has been crashing since venerable matriarch Mei Xiang's pregnancy was announced this past week. When she actually gave birth Friday evening, zoo officials said they had a hard time g...
Adele thanks essential worker ‘angels’ as she celebrates 32nd birthday

Adele thanks essential worker ‘angels’ as she celebrates 32nd birthday

Entertainment
Adele has thanked health and essential worker "angels" in an Instagram message marking her birthday.The chart-topping singer, who isn't a prolific social media user, shared a photo as she turned 32 and thanked fans for their birthday wishes. Adele also paid tribute to the essential workers "keeping us safe while risking their lives" during the coronavirus lockdown."Thank you for the birthday love," she wrote in the caption for her 33.6 million followers. "I hope you're all staying safe and sane during this crazy time.""I'd like to thank all of our first responders and essential workers who are keeping us safe while risking their lives! You are truly our angels." ...
Hubble telescope celebrates 30 years of stunning science

Hubble telescope celebrates 30 years of stunning science

Science
Media playback is unsupported on your device It's 30 years ago to the day that the Hubble Space Telescope was launched.Famously blighted by blurred vision at the outset, the observatory was eventually repaired and upgraded.The remarkable pictures it has taken of planets, stars, and galaxies have transformed our view of the cosmos. Indeed, there are those who think Hubble is the most important scientific tool ever built.It's still far from retirement.The US space agency (Nasa), which runs the observatory in partnership with the European Space Agency (Esa), says operations will be funded for as long as they remain productive. Last year, its data resulted in almost 1,000 scientific papers being published - so it continues to stand at the forefron...