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More than 4,000 COVID deaths have been recorded in a single day in Brazil, with one doctor comparing the country’s crisis to a “biological Fukushima”. The outbreak is overwhelming hospitals in the South American nation – and scientists are forecasting that the surge in fatalities will soon surpass the worst of a record January wave
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Kim Kardashian has officially become a billionaire, according to Forbes. The reality TV star, 40, saw her net worth soar from $780m (£564m) in October to $1bn (£723m) this month, the magazine reports. Her fortune comes mainly from her two businesses: the shapewear brand Skims, and the cosmetics company KKW Beauty. Image: Kim Kardashian recently
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Coinbase co-founder and CEO Brian Armstrong speaking at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2018. Steve Jennings | Getty Images for TechCrunch In preparation for its debut on the Nasdaq next week, cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase said on Tuesday that first-quarter revenue climbed about nine-fold from last year, driven by a historic rally in the price of bitcoin. Revenue
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12:22 PM ET The Washington Nationals finally will open their season Tuesday, but they will do so with a patchwork roster due to COVID-19 issues. The Nats announced that starting pitchers Patrick Corbin and Jon Lester, catchers Yan Gomes and Alex Avila, first baseman Josh Bell, infielders Josh Harrison and Jordy Mercer, left fielder Kyle
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Minneapolis police officers are advised to “stay away from the neck when possible” when restraining combative suspects, the murder trial of the ex-cop accused of murdering George Floyd has heard. Testimony from Derek Chauvin‘s former colleagues at the city’s police department continued on Tuesday, after the force’s chief yesterday said his actions against Mr Floyd
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UK Deliveroo riders are expected to strike over pay and conditions as unconditional trading commences in the company’s shares. Hundreds of riders are expected to strike on Wednesday, with socially-distanced protests planned in London, York, Reading, Sheffield and Wolverhampton. The Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB) said the riders want the living wage, safety
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