Mention Campari and most people will think of the red bitters quaffed either with soda or as part of the classic Negroni cocktail. They may not realise that the Italian aperitif is actually part of a much bigger company that bears its name. That company, Davide Campari-Milano, is now the sixth-largest player in the global
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1:04 PM ET The NBA is eager to restart the conversation with its teams and the players’ association about adding a midseason tournament to the league’s calendar, sources told ESPN. Commissioner Adam Silver, a proponent of the idea, has gained optimism that the success of the play-in tournament could drive momentum to reengage teams on
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Aircraft have been told by the British government to avoid Belarusian airspace after the alleged state-sponsored hijack of a Ryanair flight so one of President Lukashenko’s critics could be arrested. The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has suspended all foreign permits held by Belarusian carriers, including state-owned airline Belavia, following the fallout from Sunday’s controversial
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Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has told airlines to avoid Belarusian airspace after a journalist was detained on a Ryanair flight bound for Lithuania. In a tweet, Mr Shapps said: “Following the forced diversion of a @Ryanair aircraft to Minsk yesterday, I’ve instructed @UK_CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) to request airlines avoid Belarusian airspace in order to
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6:00 AM ET CHARLOTTE, N.C. — While some teams are pulling back on offseason workouts, coach Matt Rhule says they hold added importance for the Carolina Panthers. It’s because the Panthers had the sixth-youngest roster in the league, behind the Los Angeles Rams, Green Bay Packers, New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings and Indianapolis Colts, at
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Disadvantaged children are the least likely to return to school after lockdown, according to a new study.  A report by the think tank Social Finance found that there was a 25% increase in persistently absent school children. Average attendance rates have improved since the coronavirus lockdown, but the enthusiasm of some to return to school
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People who have extreme reactions to sounds such as chewing or loud breathing may have a “supersensitised” brain connection, according to a study. Misophonia can trigger intense physical or emotional reactions that others might see as over the top. Newcastle University researchers have found sufferers had increased connectivity between the brain’s auditory cortex and motor
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