• RT @AlanDawsonSport: Britain's biggest fight promoter has launched an ambitious plan to bring elite boxing to his huge, multi-million dolla…
    Business Insider UK Fri 29 May 2020 19:44
  • RT @AlanDawsonSport: The world's most brutal fight firm is bringing its unique brand of violence to the US, and it involves head-butt KOs…
    Business Insider UK Fri 29 May 2020 19:09
  • RT @SportsInsider: The world's most brutal fight firm is bringing its unique brand of violence to the US, and it involves head-butt knockou…
    Business Insider UK Fri 29 May 2020 16:14
  • RT @businessinsider: The UK wants to join with Trump to form a new global alliance to end China's grip on 5G Link
    Business Insider UK Fri 29 May 2020 12:23
    The UK wants to create a new global alliance to reduce China's dominance of emerging 5G technology.Boris Johnson wants the group to include the G7 countries, India, Australia, and South Korea.Prime Minister Johnson is under growing pressure from within his own Conservative party to loosen ties with Beijing and scrap the UK's 5G deal with Chinese telecomms firm Huawei.China's plan to enforce new laws on Hong Kong is putting more strain on the UK-China relationship.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
  • RT @businessinsider: A single illegal birthday party has been blamed for a spike of coronavirus infections in Spain Link
    Business Insider UK Fri 29 May 2020 11:53

    A single birthday party has been linked to a sudden spike in coronavirus cases in a Spanish town, with every single person who attended the party having become infected with the virus.

    A birthday party held in Lleida, Catalonia, resulted in all 20 people who attended becoming infected, the Telegraph newspaper reported, prompting Spanish health authorities to postpone the region's schedule for easing the lockdown.

    The Lleida area subsequently saw the number of new cases rise from 45 between May 7 and May 13, to 142 between May 14 and 21.

    A maximum of 10 people are allowed to attend a social gathering in Spain, which has recorded one of the highest coronavirus death tolls in the world.

  • RT @Jim_Edwards: Hello! Here's my daily look at coronavirus stats globally. Today: - Lockdowns ending everywhere. - Even in places where…
    Business Insider UK Fri 29 May 2020 10:03
  • RT @SportsInsider: The UFC president Dana White said Mike Tyson has something 'big' lined up, as speculation grows that he's about to come…
    Business Insider UK Fri 29 May 2020 09:33
  • RT @businessinsider: Twitter just slapped a 'glorifying violence' label on a Trump tweet that threatened George Floyd protesters in Minneap…
    Business Insider UK Fri 29 May 2020 08:03
  • Moscow is painting over the Russian markings on its jet fighters and sending them to fight a proxy war against Turkey in Libya Link via @businessinsider
    Business Insider UK Thu 28 May 2020 16:03

     

    The Russian government has consistently denied directly intervening in the Libyan conflict. But Moscow supports Haftar and his self-styled 'Libyan National Army' (LNA) against the internationally recognized Government of National Accord (GNA), which controls the capital Tripoli. Russia, Egypt, and the UAE have heavily backed Haftar's LNA with weapons, air support and an estimated 1,500 mercenary advisors from the Wagner Group, a private military company with close ties to Russia's leadership. 

    On the other side, the increasingly violent conflict has drawn NATO member Turkey into support of the GNA — effectively making the conflict a low-level proxy war between Russia and Turkey.?

  • RT @SportsInsider: Conor McGregor accepts a 'super-fight' challenge against Anderson Silva, a record-breaking UFC champion https://t.co/N0m…
    Business Insider UK Thu 28 May 2020 15:42
  • RT @businessinsider: For our next episode of Starting Up, @splice founder @smart is going to walk us through the mechanics of founding and…
    Business Insider UK Thu 28 May 2020 15:12
  • RT @businessinsider: The UK now has the highest coronavirus death rate in the world Link
    Business Insider UK Thu 28 May 2020 12:22
    The UK has recorded the highest coronavirus death rate in the world, according to new analysis.Boris Johnson's decision to lock down the country at a relatively late stage of the pandemic may have significantly influenced the high number of Covid-19 deaths in the UK, the Financial Times analysis found.The UK has the second-highest total excess death count in the world since March — behind only the US — and the highest death rate in the world when adjusted for population.Boris Johnson's decision not to lock the country down earlier in March has come under intense scrutiny as the UK's death toll continues to mount.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
  • RT @anthonyLfisher: Banning Trump from Twitter would not only be pointless (he's the president, that's his platform), but it would deprive…
    Business Insider UK Thu 28 May 2020 12:12
  • RT @businessinsider: Boris Johnson's top aide Dominic Cummings did break lockdown rules, say police Link
    Business Insider UK Thu 28 May 2020 11:57

    Durham Police concluded that Cummings, who has denied any wrongdoing, committed a "minor breach" of the rules when he drove to Barnard Castle on April 12, the Telegraph reported.

    However, the force will be taking no further action against him, the paper suggests.

  • RT @businessinsider: It looks like Trump's executive order targeting Facebook and Twitter got leaked online Link
    Business Insider UK Thu 28 May 2020 11:57
    It looks like the executive order threatened by President Trump against social media companies has leaked.Law professor Kate Klonick published what she claimed was a draft of the executive order via Twitter.The draft order targets a section of US law that has historically meant big tech platforms such as Facebook and Twitter aren't legally responsible for what their users post.Trump is expected to formally sign the order Thursday, after a dispute with Twitter over fact-checking his tweets.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
  • RT @lifeinsider: A company built an algorithm to write nonsensical work-from-home tips and made their employees follow them https://t.co/QQ…
    Business Insider UK Thu 28 May 2020 11:32
  • RT @SportsInsider: Evander Holyfield didn't bite Mike Tyson back in 1997 because he remembered something his 'grandmama' always told him ht…
    Business Insider UK Thu 28 May 2020 11:12
  • RT @SciInsider: South Korea is closing parks and museums, and warns of more restrictions after recording its biggest jump in COVID-19 cases…
    Business Insider UK Thu 28 May 2020 10:52
  • RT @Jim_Edwards: Hello! Here's my daily look at coronavirus cases globally. Today: - Death stats look bad as world catches up from long w…
    Business Insider UK Thu 28 May 2020 10:32
  • RT @ShafLdn: If you're a student or thinking about studying this year, its a really uncertain time. Thanks again to all the students and ex…
    Business Insider UK Thu 28 May 2020 10:17
  • RT @spriha: I came to the UK to study journalism about 12 years ago and was so excited about going to Uni in another country. Making new fr…
    Business Insider UK Thu 28 May 2020 09:57
  • RT @SportsInsider: An 11-year-old boxer is blowing up Instagram because she trains like an acrobatic, blindfolded ninja sent from the futur…
    Business Insider UK Wed 27 May 2020 13:36
  • Five arrested after bungled assassination in war for control of East Europe's drug trade that has led to 41 deaths Link via @businessinsider
    Business Insider UK Wed 27 May 2020 13:26

     

    According to the OCCRP reporting, the Kava? and Škaljari clans had been long time partners in smuggling cocaine from South America to Europe until 2014 when a shipment of 200kg of the group's cocaine was stolen in a dispute over control of a safehouse used by the clans. By 2015, the dispute had spiralled into a gang war across much of Europe. Serbian police and OCCRP reporters believe the conflict taken as many as 41 lives as both clans fight for supremacy and drag other Balkan criminal organizations into the struggle.  ?

    "The scale of the conflict between the 'Škaljari' and the 'Kava?' clans is seen in the findings that, in the criminal milieu in Montenegro and Serbia, a significant division occurred," Serbia's intelligence agency wrote in a February 2018 report obtained by OCCRP's local Serbian media partner on the investigation.?

  • RT @businessinsider: Boris Johnson is tumbling in the polls after ignoring voter demands to sack Cummings for breaking lockdown rules https…
    Business Insider UK Wed 27 May 2020 11:31
  • RT @SportsInsider: Mike Tyson said he was 'drinking, gorging on food, and f------ women' when he was 'out of control' before filing for ban…
    Business Insider UK Wed 27 May 2020 11:16
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