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Ecuador election: former banker Lasso ahead after 90% of vote counted...
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Voters in presidential race appeared to have rebuffed a leftist movement, favouring the conservative over Andrés Arauz Voters in Ecuador appeared to turn to a conservative businessman in Sunday’s presidential runoff election, rebuffing a leftist movement that held the presidency for over a decade marked by an economic boom and then a years-long recessionResults released by the Electoral Council showed former banker Guillermo Lasso with about 53% of votes and leftist Andrés Arauz at 47%, with just over 93% of votes counted. The agency has not yet declared an official winner in the contest to replace President Lenín Moreno next month. Continue reading.........
Myanmar's military is charging families $85 to retrieve bodies of relatives killed in crackdown - CNN...
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Myanmar's military is charging families $85 to retrieve bodies of relatives killed in crackdown CNN Myanmar coup: 'Dozens killed' in military crackdown in Bago BBC NewsMyanmar security forces with rifle grenades kill over 80 protesters, monitoring group says CNBCMyanmar Protests, and Killings, Continue The New York TimesReports: Myanmar Forces Kill 82 in Single Day in City U.S. News & World ReportView Full Coverage on Google News......
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Covid-19: Governor of Michigan, Battling Virus Surge, Again Calls for More Vaccine Supplies...
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U.S. travel continues to climb, despite anxiety over the threat of another surge. States have started opening vaccinations to nonresidents. China says its vaccines may need extra doses to be effective.......
China considers mixing Covid-19 vaccines to boost protection rate...
The Indian Express
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Victory hero Kyra has sights set on Matildas, Europe and World Cup...
The Sydney Morning Herald
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W-League grand final hero Kyra Cooney-Cross wants to break through to the Matildas and secure a Euro move after emerging as a star on the biggest stage of all.......
Good Girls Recap: Did Beth Just Bank Herself a Criminal Promotion?...
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The more Beth Boland wants out, the deeper she gets pulled in. With Dean still behind bars and the Secret Service breathing down her neck, Sunday’s episode of Good Girls plunged Beth even deeper into the criminal world as she — forcibly — took on the mysterious role of “the banker.” Will this woman ever […]......
‘The Nevers’ Star Laura Donnelly on Amalia’s Rebirth, Why No One Has Mentioned Her Husband...
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(Warning: This post contains spoilers for Sunday’s series premiere of HBO’s “The Nevers.”) HBO’s “The Nevers” debuted Sunday with an episode that, in typical fantasy-series fashion, gave viewers many more questions than answers by its end. But not to worry, because Laura Donnelly, who stars on the Joss Whedon-created series as quick-fisted, future-seeing widow Amalia True, told TheWrap that all will be revealed in due time. Actually, she promised the biggest explainers will come by Episode 6, which is the end of Part 1 of Season 1 of “The Nevers,” though it wasn’t initially intended to serve as any kind of finale. (The pandemic determined that stopping point in production for the show, which also marks the last of the Whedon-crafted episodes, as he exited the show last fall and has since been replaced by new showrunner Philippa Goslett.) “I can tell you that it certainly all gets explained. But the question is, what am I allowed to tell you?” Donnelly told TheWrap. “When it comes to these spoilers, there is no point in me telling you what happens in Episode 6, right? That has to be experienced. But what I will say is that when I read Episode 6, it blew my mind. I think that whatever anybody thinks they know about this show come the end of Episode 5, that’s going to be completely turned on its head right from the start of Episode 6.” Also Read: 'The Nevers' Star Laura Donnelly Explains What a 'Never' Is - and Why It's Never Said in the Show OK, obviously readers have only seen through Episode 1 at this point, so that’s all still a ways off. But Donnelly did speak specifically to the mystery set up at the end of Sunday’s series premiere, which is how and why Amalia, her dear friend Penance Adair (Ann Skelly) and the rest of “The Touched” of Victorian England got their supernatural abilities during that strange event. And it’s why Amalia — who, just moments before that unidentified flying object sprinkled some kind of substance over London, was trying to drown herself in the River Thames — decided not to end her life once she was Touched. “With [Episode 6] comes all the answers about exactly what was going on with Amalia in that moment while she was in the Thames,” the “Outlander” alum said. “And yes, exactly in that moment she’s ‘touched’ and she comes back up from the water and into, essentially, a new life. It’s something that will be much better to be experienced than talking about it. So even for your sake, I don’t want to tell you.” Throughout “The Nevers” series premiere, we learn little bits and pieces about the mysterious Amalia, including that she is a widow. But that’s literally the only bit of information we get about her having a late husband, as he’s not mentioned directly at any point. Also Read: 'The Nevers' Star Laura Donnelly Was 'Gutted' by Joss Whedon's Exit: 'I Had a Wonderful Experience Working With Him' “Yeah, there’s a very good reason why we’re not talking about that,” Donnelly said. “Again, something that very much gets dealt with before the end of this first half of this season. The only thing I can say is that Penance knows everything. Penance is fully up to date with everything that Amalia has been through in her past and none of the rest of the Touched, none of the other orphans, know anything about that. So she doesn’t talk about any of it on purpose.” Amalia and Penance’s bond as the leaders of this outlier community is apparent from the first scene of “The Nevers,” even though their “mission” is not, adding one more question to the pile for viewers trying to dissect the show. But just so you know, Amalia and Penance don’t really know what they’re supposed to be doing yet either. “It’s really to do with a mission that Amalia is aware that she has, and that she’s essentially recruited Penance for,” Donnelly said. “She’s not entirely clear herself on what that is, but she does know that it means bringing everyone together, keeping them safe. As time goes on, that becomes more apparent. And as we watch the episodes, we learned what they’re being kept safe from and who the dangers are to them in society. This idea that they have to try to live in this society and be seen as equals, to have their voices heard — I think at the beginning and through the first half of this season, it is more of a protective role than a proactive one. That they don’t yet know why they need to go out there into the world do something, it’s more of a how do we exist in this world? How do we stay alive in this world? And that’s what Amalia and Penance are just trying to help them with.” “The Nevers” airs Sundays at 9/8c on HBO. Related stories from TheWrap:'The Nevers' Star Laura Donnelly Explains What a 'Never' Is – and Why It's Never Said in the Show'The Nevers' Star Laura Donnelly Was 'Gutted' by Joss Whedon's Exit: 'I Had a Wonderful Experience Working With Him''The Nevers' Trailer: Laura Donnelly, Ann Skelly Fight to Defend Victorian England's Supernatural Population (Video)......
Tencent accelerates global cloud push with its first data centre in Indonesia...
South China Morning Post
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Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings is “aggressively” stepping up its presence in the global cloud computing industry this year, a company executive said, with new data centres launching in Asia, the Middle East and Europe to take advantage of higher demand for digitalisation spurred by the Covid-19 pandemic.“This year we are going to be a lot more aggressive building out our [cloud] infrastructure around the world,” said Poshu Yeung, senior vice-president of Tencent Cloud International, in…......