Month: November 2020

Brazil’s Amazon rainforest has suffered its worst deforestation for 12 years. An area of 11,088 km2 (2.7 million acres) – seven times the size of London – was lost in a year. The official data from Brazil’s space research agency was released on Monday and showed a 9.5% annual increase. Satellite images from August 2019
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5:38 PM ET CLEVELAND — The Indians sold side-arm reliever Adam Cimber to the Marlins on Monday for $100,000, and Miami designated right-hander José Ureña for assignment. Ureña, the Marlins’ Opening Day starter in 2018 and 2019, spent six seasons with the Marlins and had been with them longer than any other active player. He
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An invisible presence: in the end, the statement that Arcadia group had succumbed to insolvency on Monday night was an apt metaphor for Sir Philip Green’s recent stewardship of his Burton-to-Topshop fashion empire. Confirmation of Deloitte’s appointment as administrator made no reference to the pugilistic Monaco-based tycoon whose family has owned one of Britain’s most
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12:57 PM GMT The number of teams participating in the women’s Rugby World Cup will be increased from 12 to 16 from the 2025 edition, the sport’s governing body announced on Monday. The decision was taken by the Rugby World Cup Board earlier this year and World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont said it was a
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The break-up of Interserve, once one of the UK’s biggest outsourcing groups, is to gather pace with plans to sell the jewel in its crown for more than £150m. Sky News has learnt that Interserve’s shareholders have asked bankers at Lazard to begin sounding out prospective buyers of RMD Kwikform, the group’s profitable equipment services
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