Polish ski slopes look set to reopen this winter, but only for local people during the coming school holidays because of COVID-19 travel restrictions. "The sanitary protocol for the use of the ski stations has been finalised, the slopes will be open in winter," Deputy Prime Minister Jaroslaw Gowin wrote on Twitter on Tuesday, a day after meeting representatives of the ski industry. But the government has also said it will take steps to limit movement around the country over the winter holiday season, and Health Ministry spokesman Wojciech Andrusiewicz said Poles should not count on being able to travel to the mountains.
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People in France may be able to go back to their favorite shops and attend religious services again next week, after a month of partial virus lockdown — but they’ll probably have to wait until next year to savor wine and cheese in a local cafe. President Emmanuel Macron is expected to lay out new rules Tuesday in France’s virus strategy, after he imposed nationwide restrictions last month as virus infections, hospitalizations and deaths surged around Europe. France’s infection rate per 100,000 people is now less than a third of what it was when November began, and the number of people in hospitals and intensive care has been trending downward for a week.
Denmark’s biggest news agency that delivers text and photos to Danish media was knocked offline following a hacking attack Tuesday. Since 1866, Copenhagen-based Ritzau has distributed information and produced news for Danish media, organizations and companies.
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Firmino had scored only twice in 23 Premier League matches before heading one in during Sunday's 3-0 victory over Leicester City and Klopp said he was happy with the Brazilian's output. "Scoring was always important for Bobby but he's a complete footballer," Klopp told a news conference ahead of Wednesday's Champions League clash against Atalanta at Anfield.
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Video posted on social media showed ambulances rushing to the site of the explosion where people had gathered and where blood was seen on the ground. The blast also caused damage to the surrounding buildings and wounded at least another 19 people. SOHR reported that some of those injured were in critical condition. It was not immediately clear what had caused the blast.
Holders Bayern Munich are short on defenders for Wednesday's home Champions League match against Red Bull Salzburg with Niklas Suele out and Lucas Hernandez only likely to start on the bench.
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Paolo Gabriele, the butler of former Pope Benedict who passed on the pontiff's personal documents to the media and was convicted in the so-called "Vatileaks" case, has died. Official Vatican media said on Tuesday he died in a Rome hospital after a long illness. Gabriele worked for several years as Benedict's private butler before leaking letters and other documents from the pope's desk in 2012 to an Italian journalist who wrote a book about corruption in the Vatican.
A COVID-19 outbreak has hit Malaysia's Top Glove, the world's biggest rubber glove maker. After nearly two and a half thousand workers tested positive, hostels on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur went into lockdown. With police and the army keeping watch. The firm said some deliveries could be delayed by four weeks, and new orders could take longer to process. Top Glove's shares slumped by 7.5% on Tuesday (November 24), after the government said 28 factory buildings would be temporarily shut in phases. The company has about 16,000 employees and runs 47 factories across Malaysia, Thailand, China and Vietnam. It commands a quarter of the global latex glove market, and has racked up record profits as demand has sky-rocketed due to the pandemic. Its shares have surged more than four-fold this year, even after Tuesday's fall. Malaysia makes just under two thirds of the world's rubber gloves -- with Hartalega Holdings and Supermax the other two top manufacturers there. The coronavirus cluster around the Meru factory and dormitory area is the country's largest active one, and its second largest since the pandemic started.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 24 — Keningau Datuk Seri Jeffrey Kitingan has reiterated that he did not breach the 14-day medical quarantine imposed on travellers arriving here from Sabah. He published a letter...
Aguero sustained a hamstring injury in City's 1-1 Premier League draw at West Ham United last month a week after making his first start of the season following knee surgery. The 32-year-old was on the bench in City's 2-0 league defeat by Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday and Guardiola stressed that he was prepared to wait for the striker to return to match fitness.
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