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Articles from Daily Mirror (London, England) (June 18, 2020)

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'Angry' Maurizio Sarri aims dig at Cristiano Ronaldo following Juventus Coppa Italia defeat; Juve were defeated on penalties by Napoli after the match finished goalless in normal time and Sarri admitted many of his players were not at their best. By, Alex Milne 379
'Put Colston's statue back': Slave grave vandalised in Bristol in apparent revenge attack; An ominous threat scrawled in chalk warned "things will really heat up" if Bristol's Edward Colston statue isn't returned, and told Black Lives Matter demonstrators to "stop protesting". By, Amanda Cameron & Chris Kitching 692
Advertising watchdog wants YOU to police the internet for scams; Fighting online scammers is like a game of whack-a-mole -Martin Lewis. By, Andrew Penman 584
All words and no action: when will our politicians act on animal abuses? "I'm totally disillusioned by a process that seems to go nowhere" -puppy campaigner; "I'm totally disillusioned by a process that seems to go nowhere" -puppy campaigner. By, Andrew Penman 907
Ander Herrera lifts lid on Neymar's lavish birthday bash as married and single pals are kept apart; Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar is known to enjoy a party, and back in February hosted a glitzy bash at the YoYo nightclub in Paris to celebrate his 28th birthday. By, Matt Maltby 381
Arsenal provide injury update after Pablo Mari and Granit Xhaka limp off in Man City loss; The two Gunners players were forced off in the first half against City and manager Mikel Arteta may have a selection headache ahead of their next match. By, Alex Milne 329
Chelsea dealt Kai Havertz transfer blow as star 'chooses' Real Madrid; Kai Havertz is keen on a switch to Real Madrid despite his form for Bayer Leverkusen also leading to admiring glances from the likes of Chelsea, Man Utd and Barcelona. By, Sam Meade 337
Dad and stepmum 'killed son, 11, found in nappy after forcing him to drink water'; Zachary Sabin, 11, was reportedly found dead in the family home wearing a nappy soaked with urine and bruises on his body -his soldier dad and stepmother have been accused of his murder in Colorado, US. By, Danya Bazaraa 330
Dominic Raab thinks taking a knee is from Game of Thrones and shows 'subordination'; The Foreign Secretary he would not repeat the Black Lives Matter gesture -popularised by US quarterback Colin Kaepernick in 2016 -and suggested it came from a hit TV show. By, Dan Bloom 646
Edwin van der Sar gives verdict on Man Utd's Premier League chances; The former Red Devils goalkeeper seems unsure of whether his favourite Premier League club will make the top four. By, Daniel Wittenberg 347
Eurostar passengers can skip queues if they send selfies for facial recognition; The new biometric technology is set to reduce queues at security and speed up the process as well as lessen human contact to curb the spread of coronavirus amongst travellers. By, Rosaleen Fenton 443
Ex-council candidate 'fires shots at man who hit him with skateboard' at protest; Steven Baca, 31, has been charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon following the incident during a protest outside Albuquerque Museum on Monday. By, Ryan Merrifield 503
Ex-Liverpool star Paul Stewart opens up on hell of being abused as a child footballer; Stewart -who also played for Tottenham and Manchester City -has spoken of how the horrific abuse he suffered "stripped him of everything". By, Matthew Young 509
Former Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna mocks David Luiz during defeat by Man City; Manchester City returned from the coronavirus suspension with a bang as substitute David Luiz's rustiness cost Arsenal and delayed Liverpool's title celebrations. By, Matt Maltby 386
Fortnite Sharks: How to find and ride Loot Sharks in Chapter 2 Season 3; One of the most exciting additions in Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 3 is Loot Sharks, creatures that are not only sources of loot, but also a new mode of transportation in the game. By, Shivali Best 499
Full list of 800 Greggs branches open again today for the first time since March; Greggs has opened 800 of its branches to the public today for the first time since stores were closed on March 24. By, James Andrews 5186
Gary Lineker's Black Lives Matter tweet during Man City v Arsenal divides opinion; The Match of the Day host made a joke during the game which appeared to cause offence among some of his followers. By, Alex Milne 333
Gary Neville slams Arsenal decision following double injury blow; Arsenal had a night to forget against Man City as several of their players suffered injuries during their 3-0 reverse but Gary Neville lamented their travel plans which saw them fly to and from the game. By, Sam Meade 339
Girlfriend awoke to 'love of her life' dead beside her after tragic medication overdose; Adam McGreevy, 30, of Wigan, Greater Manchester had been taking painkillers for several months to relieve pain from a shoulder injury and had also been experiencing heart palpitations. By, Thomas George 855
Hairdressers ordered to be silent when salons reopen in two weeks to prevent virus spread; The National Hair and Beauty Federation has been forced to release its own advice to hairdressers with salons set to re-open in July, but is demanding the Government publish full guidance. By, Ryan Merrifield & Lucy Thornton 600
How to get 4 free bets on Ascot and Premier League when you bet [pounds sterling]10; There are no wagering requirements on winnings! By, Mirror Sport 1529
Huge mouse spotted in ice cream parlour window in stomach-churning footage; Terrified passersby scream as the rodent suddenly appears to burst into life in the window of an ice cream shop in Pescara, Abruzzo, east Italy before the shop had to close. By, Ana Lacasa & Danya Bazaraa 253
Jamie Carragher pokes fun at Arsenal and makes Champions League prediction; Carragher said the Gunners' 3-0 defeat to Manchester City showed some things hadn't changed as Premier League football returned at the Etihad Stadium. By, Gareth Bicknell 665
Jamie Carragher worried by Mikel Arteta's response to David Luiz horror show; The Brazilian defender had a night to forget after being at fault for two goals and getting sent off in Arsenal's 3-0 loss to Manchester City. By, Alex Milne 347
Joel Matip lifts lid on "weird" Premier League return as Liverpool prepare for Everton clash; Liverpool will return to Premier League action on Sunday with a Merseyside derby at Goodison Park and defender Joel Matip is expecting mixed emotions. By, Sam Meade 340
Labour calls for weekly testing of NHS staff for coronavirus; The Department of Health have said they are focusing their testing resources on those medical staff who are most at risk from covid-19. By, Pickover Ella 387
Lionel Messi 'set to sign new Barcelona contract' to end speculation over his future; The Argentina superstar's current deal expires at the end of next season and there has been some speculation he could seek a new challenge. By, Alex Milne 339
Lockdown is 'depriving people of vitamin which might protect against coronavirus'; Not being able to get out and about in the sunshine may be inhibiting Brits' ability to produce vitamin D, which may help protect against coronavirus infections. By, Milo Boyd 552
Maddie McCann police clash over sharing DNA evidence that could lead to breakthrough; German investigators want to retest a saliva sample found on Madeleine McCann's bed in the holiday apartment she vanished from -though the Portuguese are reportedly unwilling to budge after their scientists failed to extract a full DNA profile. By, Martin Fricker & Andy Lines & Ryan Merrifield 818
Man City boss Pep Guardiola delivers passionate speech over Black Lives Matter; Guardiola said he was 'embarrassed and ashamed at what white people have done to black people over 400 years' as City and Arsenal players took a knee on Premier League return. By, Andy Dunn 442
Man Utd star Marcus Rashford says Boris Johnson school meals U-turn is just the start; Manchester United and England striker says more needs to be done to address poverty amid coronavirus pandemic after forcing Government into providing meals for children over the summer. By, Jeremy Armstrong & Paul Byrne 366
Mark Clattenburg blasts 'robot' refs and says VAR should have prevented Sheffield Utd 'scandal'; The Blades were furious when they were denied a goal in the first half of their game against Aston Villa despite the ball appearing to have clearly crossed the line. By, Alex Milne 361
Mikel Arteta launches staunch defence of under-fire David Luiz after Man City calamity; David Luiz had a night to forget during Arsenal's 3-0 defeat at Man City but Mikel Arteta has stuck by the defender with his Gunners future still up in the air. By, Sam Meade 299
Mum of woman murdered by death row inmate pleads with Trump to call off execution; Earlene Peterson believes executing Daniel Lee for the murder of Nancy Mueller, her daughter Sarah and husband Bill in 1996 "dirties" her daughter's name. By, Ryan Merrifield 1109
NASA will launch a rover to Mars next month to search for signs of alien life; NASA's Perseverance Mars rover is set to launch on July 20, and will search for signs of past microscopic life, and collect samples of Martian rock and dust. By, Shivali Best 383
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hails "amazing" Marcus Rashford for forcing Government U-turn; Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hailed Marcus Rashford as a "great human being" after he forced the Government into a U-turn over their food voucher scheme. By, Matt Maltby 404
Pep Guardiola provides Eric Garcia update after sickening clash with Ederson; The young defender was clattered by his goalkeeper in the closing stages of Manchester City's 3-0 victory over Arsenal on the Premier League's first night back in action. By, Mark Jones 336
Photographer stunned by bride's cancellation message -and cheeky deposit demand; A shocking exchange between a wedding photographer and bride-to-be about the Black Lives Matter movement has gone viral after it was shared on social media. By, Courtney Pochin 604
Piers Morgan's brutal reaction to Arsenal's defeat by Man City; Mikel Arteta's side were beaten 3-0 as David Luiz gifted Manchester City two goals -with Gunners fan Morgan delivering a withering putdown to his team on their Premier League return. By, Gareth Bicknell 459
Police officer dies after suffering catastrophic injuries in shooting -town in lockdown; Get all the big headlines, pictures, analysis, opinion and video on the stories that matter to you. By, Milo Boyd 233
Premier League announce dates, times and TV schedule for next three rounds of fixtures; Matches had been scheduled up until July 2 -and now the next three rounds of Premier League games have been confirmed by top-flight bosses. By, James Whaling 439
Primary school closes for 2 weeks after catering worker tests positive for coronavirus; Children and staff at Epsom Primary School in Surrey are quarantining for 14 days but parents were reassured by the school that the risk of infection was "low". By, Emma Pengelly & Danya Bazaraa 295
Pubs demand answer from Boris Johnson on July 4 reopening as sector hits 'crisis point'; Pub operators and breweries have written to Boris Johnson demanding a definitive answer by Friday as fears mount hundreds of thousands of jobs could be lost. By, Alan Jones & Ryan Merrifield 596
Raheem Sterling praises 'massive step' by Premier League as players take knee before games; There was a poignant moment in both of Wednesday's matches ahead of kick-off as all 22 players showed their support for the Black Lives Matter movement. By, Alex Milne 349
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 review: A great leap forward; Iconic marque drops production of legendary 500cc engine, but replaces it with excellent 650 twin as base for exciting new developments as firm goes from strength to strength. By, Fraser Addecott 548
Schools 'to have longer days and hire thousands of private tutors' to help pupils catch up; Boris Johnson's 'massive' catch-up plan over the 'summer and beyond' is widely expected to be announced tomorrow -and details are beginning to drip out. By, Dan Bloom 629
Siri shortcut lets iPhone users record interactions with police if they are pulled over; Redditor Robert Peterson created the Siri shortcut back in 2018 by, but it has regained prominence following the death of George Floyd in policy custody. By, Shivali Best 286
Snapchat launches hilarious filters that add or remove a beard -here's how to try them; To celebrate Father's Day this weekend, Snapchat has launched two new filters that let users experiment with different facial hair styles. By, Shivali Best 274
Spearfishing siblings film shark 'chasing' them as they fight it off with harpoons; The teenage brother and sister are heard screaming in dramatic footage of the trying to escape the underwater predator. By, Kelly-Ann Mills 293
Steve Diamond reacts to Sale Sharks snapping up entire playing squad on amended contracts; "If the world really turns to dust financially it could be the loss of professional rugby but by giving ourselves a sensible base going forward we hope we can get through this". By, Alex Spink 295
Timo Werner expresses delight at joining Chelsea after move from RB Leipzig is confirmed; The German striker has agreed personal terms with the Blues and will signed a contract worth [pounds sterling]200,000 a week. By, Alex Milne 339
Timo Werner's likely Chelsea shirt number as new signing set to avoid club 'curse'; The German's move to Stamford Bridge was confirmed by the club on Thursday, but he won't link up with the club until training begins for the 2020/21 season. By, Mark Jones 338
TUI closes holiday travel agent stores in France with job losses of nearly 600; As part of a restructure to enable TUI France to break even from 2021 onwards the tour operator is axing 583 jobs by shutting down 70 stores after being affected by the coronavirus. By, Andy Rudd 522
UK weather forecast: Met Office warning extended as thunderstorms smash nation; Scotland could see highs of 24C but much of England and Wales can expect a fresh wave of thunderstorms and heavy downpours before even the warm humidity deserts Britain by the weekend. By, Ryan Merrifield 480
Uncle Ben's rice to ditch name as it 'evolves' to combat 'racial bias and injustices'; The brand features a picture of waiter Frank Brown, representing a fictional rice farmer, but after 70 years and an almighty row over how race is presented in America, it's changing. By, James Andrews 325
What it's like to work at Greggs -and things that really, really annoy staff; Greggs will reopen many of its stores in the UK today after they were forced to close their doors. By, Jonathan Coles & Zoe Forsey 731
What's made it onto Greggs restricted menu as it reopens 800 branches today; Greggs is back in 800 locations across the UK from this morning -but not everything is on sale yet. Here's their full lockdown menu, as well as the full list of where they're open. By, James Andrews 5359
Woman who feared she would die from coronavirus says [pounds sterling]5 pill saved her life; Katherine Millbank, 55, was put in an induced coma at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Buckinghamshire before medics gave her dexamethasone, which has been hailed as a treatment for Covid-19. By, Megan Baynes 725
Young footballers have changed society in lockdown -now the game needs its own changes; Premier League stars have used their huge influence to help society during the pandemic -and football's owners, executives and administrators must do the same. By, Brian Reade 757

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