from: BBC News AFC Wimbledon have employed a substitution coach to help players prepare technically, mentally and physically before entering the field.
An informal network that includes former government and military officials is working around the clock to fulfill a pledge to save Afghans who put their lives on the line for America. From: New York Times
A teacher, a nurse and an IT worker all say why they would rather lose their jobs than get jabbed. from: BBC News
Can you name the England players who played for their country just once? Take our quiz and test your knowledge. from: BBC News
In Germany, political parties name their candidates for chancellor before campaigning begins. From: New York Times
A parallel universe of millions of employees did not have the luxury of thinking about returning to the office — they never left. Six workers share their experiences. From: New York Times
French perfumers, sommeliers and winemakers with coronavirus infections are sometimes deprived of a crucial tool: their high-performing noses. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson believes the Tokyo Paralympics can still take the movement to another level.
Five days after the earthquake that killed more than 2,000 people, many are still waiting for help.
From overseas stars to domestic heroes, can you work out these Hundred player anagrams? from: BBC News
from: BBC News Students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland are told their A-level and BTec results.
The high country of southern Australia is “remote and beautiful and unpredictable,” a place where visitors can be swallowed up without a sound. From: New York Times
Accompanied by their livestock, hundreds tried to flee the Wakhan Corridor, a mountainous region of Afghanistan now threatened by the Taliban. But they were turned back by northern neighbors. From: New York Times
With the opening ceremony set for Friday, BBC Sport previews the Tokyo 2020 Olympics – a Games like no other. from: BBC News
Four animations by African creators will air on US platforms Originally published on Global Voices A YouTube screenshot of CMR KIDS TV, a TV channel on YouTube that teaches young Cameroonian children about their culture and history as well as languages such as Ewondo and Dioula. Disney+ and Cartoon Network, two major US animation platforms, announced last… Leggi tutto »