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Golfer Wie West praises Osaka “insanely brave”

American golfer Michelle Wie West said world tennis number two Naomi Osaka was “incredibly courageous” to step down from Roland Garros following her decision to boycott post-match media duties. Osaka announced her decision on Monday, a day after being fined $ 15,000 for failing to attend a post-match press conference …

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The global LNG market was estimated at 41.21 billion USD

New York, June 1, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “LNG Market – Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact and Forecasts (2021 – 2026)” – https: // www. reportlinker.com/p06079793/?utm_source=GNW However, oversupply of LNG and trade tensions are expected to hamper market growth during the forecast period. – …

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COVID news live: Coronavirus variants renamed under new ‘easy to tell’ WHO system – as Britons warn to stay socially distant on busy beaches | UK News

Nothing is ruled out next month, says minister Environment Secretary George Eustice said the government “couldn’t rule anything out” when asked if the June 21 target to remove all coronavirus restrictions could be delayed. The Cabinet Minister told BBC Radio 4 today: “The Prime Minister has always said he will …

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China successfully launches cargo refueling spacecraft

China on Saturday successfully launched an automated cargo refueling spacecraft to travel with a module into orbit, in the second in a series of missions needed to complete its first permanent space station. The Tianzhou-2, or “celestial vessel” in Chinese, took off via a March-7 long Y3 rocket from the …

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Florida’s new social media law violates the First Amendment

Florida’s new law punishing social media platforms that prohibit politicians from violating their terms of service is obviously unconstitutional, violating free speech and corporate association rights. But the law is a good opportunity to reflect on how the First Amendment applies to for-profit corporations, and suggests reasons to think more …

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