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Prezzo has been bought by private equity firm Cain International for an undisclosed amount. Existing management of the 180-site chain is set to be retained, with Cafe Rouge founder Karen Jones staying on as executive chair. Cain International, which already owns London-based brands including crazy golf chain Swingers and Anna Jones and Debbie Wosscow's women-only private members' club The AllBright, said its investment will help Prezzo achieve its ambition to become the "UK's favourite Italian" and will "help reinvigorate high streets".
Hungary reported 182 new COVID-19 deaths on Thursday, by far the highest daily toll since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, government data showed. As of Wednesday, Hungary ran the European Union's fifth-highest death rate per 100,000 people over a two-week period based on data from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government imposed a partial lockdown three weeks ago to slow the spread of the virus, including a 1900 GMT curfew and closing secondary schools.
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Seville [Spain], December 3 (ANI): After producing a record-breaking performance against Sevilla, Chelsea's Olivier Giroud said he is proud of his performance, adding that it is always nice to be a part of club history.
Wind and rain lashed the Eco Beach Resort in Broome, Western Australia, on December 3, footage shared by Facebook user Jordan Webb shows.The Bureau of Meteorology in Western Australia said severe storms were sweeping through the Broome area on Thursday. Credit: Jordan Webb via Storyful
A former rebel commander accused of being involved in the killing of 18 civilians and other crimes that included rape and eating pieces of a school teacher's heart during Liberia's civil war appeared in a Swiss court room on Thursday. The defendant, 45-year-old Alieu Kosiah, denies the charges. Kosiah's crimes are listed by the Swiss court as "recruitment and use of a child soldier, forced transportation, looting, cruel treatment of civilians, attempted murder, murder (directly or by order), desecration of a corpse and rape".
Indian movie superstar Rajinikanth said Thursday he plans to launch his own political party in southern India in January, ending years of speculation by millions of his fans on his political future. Rajinikanth, 69, is one of India’s most popular stars with more than 175 films since 1975, mostly in the Tamil and Telugu languages. An announcement on matters connected to the party's launch will be made Dec. 31, he said.
BRITAIN is racing to invest in the stock market, a trend that has seen savings surge and boosted profits at stock brokers. Today AJ Bell said revenues for the year jumped 21% to £127 million, with profits up 29% to £49 million.
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To celebrate the festive season our 2020 Travel Advent Calendar is offering readers the chance to win a £200 holiday voucher every day until Christmas. It has been a year to forget for both travellers and holiday providers, but thanks to positive news about a Covid vaccine there's good reason to be optimistic about 2021. So to help you book that much-needed escape, and to give a boost to the beleaguered industry, we are giving away nearly £5,000 worth of vouchers to spend with members of AITO, The Specialist Travel Association. To enter the prize draw for today's £200 voucher, all you need to do is answer three questions about Kenya, and leave your contact details, using the form below. One winner, chosen at random from all correct entries, will receive a £200 AITO holiday voucher to spend with the tour operator of their choice. Furthermore, you are free to enter every daily competition, giving you 24 chances to win. See the full terms and conditions. Day 1: Questions about Sweden Day 2: Questions about Kenya
Clipper Logistics has experienced its busiest ever Black Friday and posted record first-half revenues, as it benefited from the lockdown boom in online shopping. Tony Mannix, chief executive of Clipper Logistics, said “online growth has grown dramatically” this year. Clipper Logistics provides transport services for Topshop owner Arcadia, which fell into administration this week.
However, Bairstow is now expected to be called up to England's test squad for the tour of Sri Lanka in January. "We're naturally disappointed Jonny won't be able to link up with us this season but we wish him well on his recall and England's winter tours," Stars coach David Hussey said.
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 3 — Amid allegations of sexual harassment against female employees at its estates, Sime Darby Plantation (SDP) announced today it will halt ongoing internal investigations after...
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China's Chang'e-5 lunar vehicle has finished collecting samples of lunar rocks and soil more than a day ahead of schedule in the first lunar sample retrieval mission since the 1970s, the country's space agency said on Thursday. China launched a robotic spacecraft on Nov. 24 to bring back rocks from the moon in the first bid by any country to retrieve samples since 1976. China had planned to collect the samples over a period of about two days, with the entire mission taking around 23 days.
"It will inevitably take some months before all the most vulnerable are protected," Johnson told a media conference after Britain approved the first COVID vaccine tested in wide-scale clinical trials. Britain approved Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, jumping ahead of the rest of the world in the race to begin the most crucial mass innoculation programme in history with a shot tested in wide-scale clinical trials. Britain's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) granted emergency use approval to the vaccine developed by Pfizer and German biotechnology partner BioNTech , which they say is 95% effective in preventing illness, just 23 days after Pfizer published the first data from its final stage clinical trial. England's Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jonathan Van-Tam urged people to get vaccinated, as he warned that the virus may never be fully eradicated. "Do I think there will come a big moment where we kind of, you know, have a massive party and throw our masks and hand sanitizer and say 'that's it, it's behind us,' like the end of the war? No, I don't," he said.
New York [US], December 3 (ANI): The National Basketball Association (NBA) announced that 48 players have tested positive for coronavirus during the initial 'return-to-market testing phase'.
Four months ago 10-year-old Hassan Merzam Muhammad was so severely malnourished he was unable to walk or react, carried limp into a Yemeni clinic by his father. But malnutrition hangs like a spectre over him and 2 million other Yemeni children as war, economic decline and COVID-19 push Yemen closer to what the United Nations warns could be the worst famine for decades. Hassan has lost some of the weight gained during treatment since returning to his family's hut.
Guangzhou Evergrande's hopes of winning the Asian Champions League have suffered a serious blow with veteran defender Zhang Linpeng ruled out of the rest of the competition after undergoing surgery on an injured ankle. The 31-year-old China international sustained the injury in Guangzhou’s 3-1 loss to Vissel Kobe last week and the club said he had undergone an operation on Wednesday in Qatar that would keep him out of action for six weeks. Zhang's loss is another blow for head coach Fabio Cannavaro, who has gone into the continental championship, which is being played in a biosecure bubble in Qatar, without Brazilian midfielder Paulinho and former China captain Zheng Zhi.