03 July 2022


Tesla posts rare drop in sales in second quarter (12)
By Chris Isidore, CNN Business New York(CNN Business) Covid lockdowns in China resulted in a rare drop in production and sales for Tesla in the second quarter. The electric automaker reported that completed sales dropped nearly 18%, to about 255,000 vehicles in the second quarter compared to the first three months of the year.
Ukraine Denies Separatists' Claim Of An 'Encircled' Lysychansk, Says Fighting Rages On (9)
In-Depth Coverage By RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service July 02, 2022 Russian-backed separatists claim they have "completely" surrounded Lysychansk in eastern Ukraine, but Ukrainian officials rejected the assertion and say its defenders are holding on in the key town on the Siverskiy Donets River. "Fighting rages around Lysychansk.
Tsitsipas says Kyrgios is 'a bully' with 'evil side' (14)
Issued on: 03/07/2022 - 00:02 4 min London (AFP) - Stefanos Tsitsipas branded Nick Kyrgios "a bully" with an "evil side" after losing a stormy Wimbledon clash on Saturday. "It's constant bullying, that's what he does," the Greek fourth seed said in his post-match press conference after their third-round match. "He bullies the opponents.
German town united by 400-year-old theatre tradition (7)
Issued on: 03/07/2022 - 04:14 4 min Oberammergau (Germany) (AFP) - Walk around the German Alpine village of Oberammergau, and the chances are you'll run into Jesus or one of his 12 disciples. Of the 5,500 people living there, 1,400 - aged from three months to 85 - are participating this year in the once-a-decade staging of an elaborate "Passion Play" depicting the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
With hospitalizations up, France weighs return to masks (4)
By BARBARA SURK and JADE LE DELEY NICE, France Tourism is booming again in France - and so is COVID-19. French officials have "invited" or "recommended" people to go back to using face masks but stopped short of renewing restrictions that would scare visitors away or revive antigovernment protests. From Paris commuters to tourists on the French Riviera, many people seem to welcome the government's light touch, while some worry that required
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