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Coronavirus: Revealed on infection rates | UK News

The Eat Out to Help Out scheme caused a "significant" rise in new coronavirus infections, a new study has suggested. According to the University of Warwick, the sharp increase in COVID-19 infection clusters emerged a week after the scheme began. The government's initiative was designed to boost the economy after the national lockdown, and allowed pubs and restaurants to offer heavily discounted meals on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays in ... Full story

'Coming out bravely' wedding for first time

Slideshow ( 5 images ). TAOYUAN, Taiwan (Reuters) - Two women became the first military officers to marry their same-sex civilian partners at a mass military wedding in Taiwan on Friday, marking another landmark for LGBTQ+ rights in Asia. The defence ministry called it an “open and progressive” move and said it gave its blessings to all 188 couples married during the annual mass wedding in Taiwan, considered a beacon of liberalism in the ... Full story

Kanye West gives Kim Kardashian birthday hologram of dead father

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Moscow plans vaccinations as Russia's COVID-19 cases hit record amid doctor shortage

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Authorities in Moscow were preparing for mass vaccinations against COVID-19 and Russia’s daily tally of infections rose past 18,000 to a record high, amid a shortage of doctors across the country, the Kremlin said on Friday. Passengers wear protective face masks in a bus amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Moscow, Russia October 29, 2020. A sign on a window reads: "Be in shape! A mask and gloves are an ... Full story

Leeks mistaken for machete spark Aberdeen police probe

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Online giants will have to open ad archives to EU antitrust regulators

FILE PHOTO: EU Commission Executive Vice-President Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference on Broadcom in Brussels, Belgium October 7, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman. BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Dominant tech companies will have to explain how their algorithms work under proposed new EU rules and also open up their ad archives to regulators and researchers, Europe’s digital and antitrust chief said on Friday. The move is likely to impact U.S. online ... Full story

Taiwanese indigenous drag queens fight stigma one wig at a time

TAIPEI (Reuters) - At a rowdy gay bar in Taipei, 28-year old Vilian ends a Friday night drag show by putting on a traditional tribal tunic over his white silk negligee and dancing to an aboriginal song that has become a rallying call for Taiwan’s indigenous minority. An ethnic Bunun, Vilian is among a handful of indigenous drag queens who use their performances to fight against the double stigma of being part of the LGBTQ+ community and of the ... Full story

Marriott Hotels fined £18.4m for data breach that hit millions

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Witness testimony in Huawei CFO's U.S. extradition case enters final day

VANCOUVER (Reuters) - A fifth and final scheduled day of witness testimony in the extradition case of Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou in a Canadian court will conclude on Friday, although lawyers for both sides proposed days be added to hear all witnesses. FILE PHOTO: Huawei Technologies Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou returns to court following a lunch break in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada October 26, 2020. ... Full story

Exclusive: Investor group says Apollo director overseeing Epstein review is not independent

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A group representing U.S. pension funds says the head of an Apollo Global Management Inc committee overseeing the investigation of CEO Leon Black’s ties to late financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is not independent. FILE PHOTO: Leon Black, Chairman, CEO and Director, Apollo Global Management, LLC, speaks at the Milken Institute's 21st Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California, U.S. May 1, 2018. ... Full story