Baroness Casey’s independent review into events surrounding the match on July 11 concluded there were a series of crowd “near misses” which “could have led to significant injuries or even death”.
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Heavy snow causes disruption in Greece
HEAVY snowfall has disrupted air traffic in the Greek capital Athens and neighbouring Turkey’s largest city, Istanbul, while several Aegean islands and much of Turkey were blanketed by snow.
Russia facing rising tension from NATO
TENSIONS are soaring between Russia and the West, with Nato outlining a series of potential troop and ship deployments and Ireland warning that upcoming Russian war games off its coast would not be welcome.
PM hit by lockdown birthday party claim
BORIS Johnson was facing fresh allegations of breaking coronavirus rules, after it emerged staff gathered in No 10 to wish him a happy birthday during the first lockdown.
Pep facing keeper call for cup clash
WHILE most of City’s players jet off somewhere warm for some relaxation this week, some of their players from the Americas have international duty.
Helicopter rescue for beauty spot fall victims
PAIR SUFFER SPINAL INJURIES AFTER PLUNGE FROM HILL
Brogan's bidding to slide into Olympic history
BROGAN Crowley hopes to call on the greatest sporting moments of Olympic past as she heads to Beijing 2022 in search of more skeleton silverware.
Change in tack lays path for new boss
RALF’S SWITCHED TO 4-3-3, PREFERRED POCHETTINO AND TEN HAG
Russia Rejects UK ‘Nonsense' Over Plot
Russia's Foreign Ministry has rejected a British claim that it is seeking to replace Ukraine's government with a pro-Moscow administration and that former Ukrainian MP Yevheniy Murayev is being considered as a potential candidate.
Bus Passengers Warned As Drivers Strike Again
Bus passengers in Greater Manchester will not be able to catch a bus from one of First’s depot on two days this week amid strike action.
Water cannons fired on Covid-19 protesters
POLICE have fired water cannons and tear gas in Brussels to disperse protesters marching against Covid-19 vaccinations and restrictions.
WHY AIRLINES FEAR 5G WILL UPEND TRAVEL THIS WEEK
AT&T will postpone new wireless service near some airports planned for this week after the nation’s largest airlines said the service would interfere with aircraft technology and cause massive flight disruptions.
LAWSUIT: GOOGLE, FACEBOOK CEOS COLLUDED IN ONLINE AD SALES
Newly unredacted documents from a state-led antitrust lawsuit against Google accuse the search giant of colluding with rival Facebook to manipulate online advertising sales. The CEOs of both companies were aware of the deal and signed off on it, the lawsuit alleges.
Books to Look Forward to for a New Year
ALONG WITH THE PROMISE OF A BRAND-NEW YEAR COME NEW READING CHALLENGES to start and winter weekends that are perfect for cozying up with a good book.
QUEEN'S LONELY FINAL DAYS!
DEATH is stalking Queen Elizabeth!
LOOKING to the FUTURE
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JUDGE SAYS FTC'S ANTITRUST CASE AGAINST FACEBOOK CAN PROCEED
A federal judge has ruled that the Federal Trade Commission’s revised antitrust suit against Meta, formerly known as Facebook, can proceed, shutting down the social media company’s request for a dismissal.
GRAND THEFT AUTO MAKER BUYS FARMVILLE COMPANY IN $12.7B DEAL
Take-Two Interactive, maker of “Grand Theft Auto” and “Red Dead Redemption,” is buying Zynga, maker of “FarmVille” and “Words With Friends,” in a cash-and-stock deal valued at about $12.7 billion.
What Do Electric Vehicles Mean for the Future of Hot Rodding?
Electric vehicles are gaining in popularity and EV swaps are starting to show up in hot rods. Will this spell the end of traditional hot rodding?
JIMMY FALLON, AT YOUR SERVICE
He spent years chasing a dream that wasn’t really his. But when the biggest opportunity of his career came knocking, he realized he had to find his “why,” or fail trying.
FRANCE FINES GOOGLE, FACEBOOK MILLIONS OVER TRACKING CONSENT
French regulators on Thursday fined Google and Facebook a total of more than 200 million euros ($226 million) for not making it as easy for people to opt out of online tracking as it is for them to accept it.