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LONDON (Reuters) - British soccer fans have reacted with shock to the surprise announcement that leading commentator Clive Tyldesley has been demoted from his number one role at broadcaster ITV.
(Reuters) - Alabama, Florida and North Carolina reported record daily increases in COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday, a trio of grim milestones that follows the first nationwide increase in fatalities since mid-April as some U.S. states rushed to reopen.
LONDON (Reuters) - Mikel Arteta is part of an exciting new manager generation and could turn Arsenal back into title contenders, Liverpool boss Juergen Klopp said on the eve of their Premier League clash.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats could take a step toward wresting control of the U.S. Senate from Republicans on Tuesday when voters in Maine, Texas and Alabama cast ballots in nominating contests.
TOKYO (AP): Shares fell in Asia on Tuesday (July 14) as skepticism set in about the recent upward momentum in global markets given rising confirmed coronavirus cases and percolating tensions between the US and China.
Singapore's National Trade Union Congress wants Ng Chee Meng to stay on as labour chief after Sengkang election loss
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The labour movement's top leadership has reaffirmed its support for labour chief Ng Chee Meng and said he will remain secretary-general of the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC).
SEOUL: South Korea outlined a plan on Tuesday to spend 114.1 trillion won (US$94.6bil) on a "New Deal" to create jobs and help the economy recover from the coronavirus fallout, anchored in part by "green" investment in electric vehicles and hydrogen cars.
KAJANG: The police have arrested a man who is believed to have raped and prostituted his teenage daughter.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is on the right track to make the labour market vibrant again.
BEIJING: China's economy likely returned to modest growth in the second quarter after a record contraction, as lockdown measures ended and policymakers announced more stimulus to combat the shock from the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis, according to a Reuters poll.