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Professional dog walkers in London sound alarm over curbs on numbers of petsFour-dog limit on Hampstead Heath means up to 700 animals could miss daily exercise Up to 100 professional dog walkers could be barred from green space controlled by the Corporation of London. Photograph: Robert Stainforth/Alamy
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He couldn't really envision winning a medal Now, he's got a couple of golds. Finke capped off his stunning emergence as the world's greatest male distance swimmer by winning the 1,500-meter freestyle Sunday, turning on his trademark finishing kick to leave the field in his wake. He had used the very same strategy to win the 800 free, a new men's event at these games.
The “Incredible Hulk” mask should not fool anybody. Raven Saunders has nothing to hide. The face, and the voice, of the Tokyo Olympics, and all they're about, could very well be found in a 25-year-old American shot putter who, on Sunday, could be spotted wearing the green and red superhero face covering, sporting the purple and green hair, donning the neon-blue shades and winning a shiny silver medal.
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The Tokyo Olympics swimming ended Sunday with USA on top of the medals table.
Kevin Cordon's fairytale run in the Tokyo Olympics men's singles came to an end on Sunday when the Guatemalan was knocked out 21-18 21-11 by world number two Viktor Axelsen of Denmark. China's Chen Long, the champion from the 2016 Rio Games, also advanced to the final after beating Indonesia's Anthony Sinisuka Ginting 21-16 21-11. While Axelsen was one of the favourites for gold coming into the Games, the 34-year-old Cordon is ranked 59th in the world and has won plaudits for smashing his way to a surprise semi-final spot.
Awoken by gunshots in the middle of the night, Fatima Amadou was shocked by what she saw among the attackers: children. Guns slung over their small frames, the children chanted “Allahu akbar,” as they surrounded her home in Solhan town in Burkina Faso’s Sahel region. “When I saw the kids, what came to my mind was that (the adults) trained these kids to be assassins, and they came to kill my children,” Amadou told The Associated Press by phone from Sebba town, where she now lives.
New Delhi [India], August 1 (ANI): The opposition is all set to approach the Supreme Court seeking an independent probe into the Pegasus snooping issue.
North Wales Police confirmed on Saturday afternoon they were at the Ty Mawr holiday park in Abergele following an incident.
A new wildfire burning in Gorman, Los Angeles County, grew to 340 acres on Saturday July 31, according to fire authorities.Footage captured by an ALERTWildfire camera in Gorman shows smoke rising from the so-called Hungry fire.As of Saturday evening, the fire was 30 percent contained, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department. The fire’s forward progress had been halted, the department said.Multiple fires were burning in California on Saturday. Credit: ALERTWildfire via Storyful
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Sporting green and purple hair and a grinning Joker mask, Raven Saunders became a social media sensation after Friday's Olympic shot put qualifying round and on Sunday she displayed the raw power of Hulk to pick up her maiden Games medal. Nicknamed "Hulk" in high school after the Marvel superhero, Saunders hauled the heavy ball 19.79 metres on her best effort on a scorching day at the Olympic Stadium to win silver behind China's Gong Lijiao. But she returned to her Hulk mode for the medal-deciding round with her mask bearing the grimacing face of the green-skinned, muscular character.
This comes after army officials revealed that the new modus operandi to indoctrinate and train Kashmiri youth in militancy was to call them through proper visa channels, rather than having them take the risk of crossing the border illegally.
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Rishi Sunak urged Boris Johnson to ease travel restrictions in a letter to give fresh hope to holidaymakers, it has been claimed. The next travel review is expected this week and the call on holidays apparently will be made in a meeting on Thursday. In the letter, the chancellor reportedly warned the UK border policy was “out of step with our international competitors” and failing to take advantage of the successful vaccine rollout.
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Worthington fell in her first run but landed a front flip and a huge backflip on her way to a first-place finish.
Frazer Clarke guaranteed himself a boxing medal in the super heavyweight division after a controversial end to the fight when his opponent Mourad Aliev was found guilty of headbutting. Aliev then staged a lengthy protest, sitting in the ring in objection to what he deemed an unfair disqualification. In what has been a strong start for the British team, there is at least a silver for Ben Whittaker in the light heavyweight division following a split decision over Imam Khataev, of the Russian Olympic Committee.