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George Floyd’s death brings back painful memories for Rockets’ Thabo Sefolosha

Thabo Sefolosha knows what it’s like to be a black man, on the ground, being beaten by police officers. Such was the scenario when George Floyd died in Minneapolis last

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Weltschmerz is the word that perfectly sums up how you’re feeling right now

Lockdown fatigue, general despair, furious rage and total helplessness; all part of a regular hour during the biggest test of global patience we’ve ever lived through. As we push on

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Europe’s factories starting to recover, Asia’s pain worsens

European manufacturers may be over the worst of a coronavirus-driven downturn, but Asia’s pain deepened in May due to a slump in global trade, with export powerhouses Japan and South

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Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S7+ to ship with massive battery in tow

Most expect Samsung to announce the new line of tablets sometime this summer, perhaps alongside the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Fold 2. A single Galaxy Unpacked event could

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Policeman fears he may have HIV after being bitten by drunken ex soldier

A police officer has been condemned to wait months to find out if a ‘barbaric’ mauling by a drunken ex-soldier has left him infected with HIV. PC Ashley Marsden suffered

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