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07 July 2022

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England's Government crumbles but its Lionesses stand tall in Women's Euro 2022 opener (16)
Sarina Wiegman's Lionesses were not entirely convincing as they battled to victory over Austria, even though it still felt like a big moment for the women's game opinion John CrossChief Football Writer 22:13, 6 Jul 2022 |comments Euros fever gripped Old Trafford. And England at least got off to a winning start on the opening night of their home tournament.
Clarke wins Tour de France stage five, Van Aert retains yellow jersey (11)
AFP / Updated: Jul 6, 2022, 21:21 IST Share AA +Text SizeSmallMediumLarge ARTICLES Clarke wins Tour de France stage five, Van Aert retains yellow jersey Samsung Galaxy F13, one of the best smartphones for uninterrupted high- quality entertainment, is finally here! Wout van Aert extends Tour lead with stage four solo win Groenewegen takes Tour stage three in photo finish Simon Clarke.
Iran media says foreign diplomats arrested (8)
Issued on: 07/07/2022 - 00:48 3 min Tehran (AFP) - Iran's Revolutionary Guards arrested several foreign diplomats including a Briton, accusing them of "spying", the Fars news agency and state television said Wednesday. But the British government quickly denied that any of its personnel had been arrested, describing the reports as "completely false". The developments coincide with heightening tensions between Tehran and
Mosquito kills EasyJet trainee pilot after she develops a fatal infection (5)
By Peter McLaren-Kennedy o 06 July 2022 o 23:36 Mosquito kills EasyJet trainee pilot after she develops a fatal infection Credit: Shutterstock A 21-year-old trainee EasyJet pilot was killed by a mosquito bite after she developed a fatal; infection according to an inquest into her death. The inquest said on July 6 that Oriana Pepper had been bitten above her right eyebrow whilst on a training program in Belgium.
Iran Media Says Foreign Diplomats Arrested (4)
By AFP News 07/06/22 AT 6:50 PM Iran's Revolutionary Guards arrested several foreign diplomats including a Briton, accusing them of "spying", the Fars news agency and state television said Wednesday. But the British government quickly denied that any of its personnel had been arrested, describing the reports as "completely false". The developments coincide with heightening tensions between Tehran and
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