South American stars face burn out with World Cup qualifiers and delayed Copa America games alongside their club duties

EUROPEAN clubs are seldom happy about releasing their South American players for international duty. Especially when they come back having picked up the coronavirus and not able to take the field, as happened to Atletico Madrid’s Luis Suarez, who was forced to sit out an eagerly awaited reunion with Barcelona. But, with the coronavirus wiping out South America’s international dates […]

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Orthodox Jews BURN masks in street protest over Gov Cuomo's orders to close schools and ban gatherings in Covid hotspots

MEMBERS of the Orthodox Jewish community burned masks to protest NY Gov Cuomo's orders to close schools and ban gatherings in Covid-19 hotspots. On Tuesday night, around 80 people took to the streets of Brooklyn in New York City to decry Cuomo's restrictions on nine neighborhoods where the virus was surging.  ⚠️ Follow our Donald Trump Covid live blog for the latest […]

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Amazon continues to burn in 2020 despite promises to save it

NOVO PROGRESSO, Brazil — A year ago this month, the forest around the town of Novo Progresso erupted into flames — the first major blazes in the Brazilian Amazon’s dry season that ultimately saw more than 100,000 fires and spurred global outrage against the government’s inability or unwillingness to protect the rainforest. This year, President Jair Bolsonaro pledged to control […]

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Coronavirus caused burn out in 41% of employees: Study

Pence on coronavirus progress: American people ready to get back to work Vice President Mike Pence discusses reopening the economy amid coronavirus and progress being made moving forward. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Continue Reading Below More than two in every five U.S. employees are feeling burned out after […]

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