Watch Antoine Griezmann net amazing bicycle kick but Karim Benzema off INJURED in France's final Euro 2020 warm-up

ANTOINE GRIEZMANN scored a bicycle kick as France set off for Euro 2020 with a 3-0 win over Bulgaria in Paris. But Didier Deschamps may go into next week's opener against Germany without Karim Benzema after the striker limped off injured. The Real Madrid star's replacement, Olivier Giroud, showed the France manager that he perhaps need not worry with a

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Peter Andre's daughter Amelia, 6, heard talking for first time as she raves about McDonald's on family fast food run

PETER Andre’s daughter Amelia, six, can be heard talking for the first time as she raves about McDonald’s.  The family escaped Tier 4 confinements for a mid-week treat to the fast food restaurant.  The Mysterious Girl singer, 47, and his wife Emily, 31, took their two children Amelia, six, and Theo, four, to McDonald’s.  Aside from documenting the delicious excursion,

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‘Mulan’ actor Jimmy Wong calls out ‘The Boys’ and others for ‘tired trope’ of silent Asian roles

"Mulan" actor Jimmy Wong tweeted that he is sick of the "tired trope" of near-silent Asian roles in TV shows, citing "The Boys" and "The Umbrella Academy" as examples. Wong tweeted: "Least favorite acting thing I've noticed during pandemic binge watching: incredibly sexy and good looking Asian actors playing characters with barely ANY dialogue because it's supposed to be…mysterious?" Kimiko

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B&M is selling candles & room diffusers for £3.99 which are just like the £64 luxuries from Jo Malone

B&M has brought back its popular candle and diffuser range, which look just like Jo Malone’s pricier version.  The department store took to Instagram to announce the popular scents were back on shelves, after previously selling out in the past.  B&M’s double-wick candle and 100ml diffuser cost just £3.99 each, a fraction of the upmarket brand which will set you

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Coronavirus surges in Latin America as deaths surpass 100,000

More than 100,000 people have died of the coronavirus in Latin America as ravaging virus continues to surge in Brazil, Peru, Mexico and beyond Latest data showed 100,409 have died of the coronavirus in Latin America Brazil ranks second in the globe behind the United States with 52,645 deaths and 1,145,906 infections The South American nation registered an additional 1,374

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WHO says the Americas are new epicenter of coronavirus pandemic

BRASILIA (Reuters) – The World Health Organization (WHO) considers the Americas the new epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, and now is not the time for countries to ease restrictions, officials said in a Tuesday briefing. Carissa Etienne, WHO director for the Americas and head of the Pan American Health Organization, said via videoconference that outbreaks were accelerating in countries such

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Haiti to reopen textile factories despite coronavirus fears

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) – Haiti will reopen its key textile industry next week, Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe said on Wednesday, suggesting the impoverished nation had escaped the worst of the global coronavirus pandemic by imposing early on a state of emergency. The poorest country in the western hemisphere typically struggles to fight serious disease outbreaks due to its high population density,

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What face masks can you buy amid the coronavirus pandemic?

The good face-mask guide: As UK health officials consider urging everyone to cover their mouths MailOnline reveals the best from top surgical-level respirators costing £20 each or ten mouth covers for £1 each British chief scientist, Sir Patrick Vallance, said officials are reconsidering masks  Authorities in Spain and France are handing out face masks to the public There are varying

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