Daily Alerts for Significant News Events

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Kevin Campbell

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Kevin Campbell passed away on Saturday morning after a battle with illness. The 54-year-old scored 51 goals in 164 appearances for the Toffees. Campbell also had spells at Nottingham Forest, Trabzonspor in Turkey, West Brom and Cardiff.

Florian Wirtz

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Germany beat Scotland 5-1 in their opening game of the Euro 2024 tournament. The hosts took a 3-0 lead into half-time thanks to goals from Wojciech Szczesny and Toni Kroos. Germany next face Hungary, Scotland play Switzerland.

Kate Middleton

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Kate Middleton will attend Trooping the Colour on Saturday. Princess of Wales is currently undergoing chemotherapy for an undisclosed form of cancer. King Charles has expressed his delight following the announcement.

Vladimir Putin

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G7 nations agree to provide Ukraine with $50bn loan package using frozen Russian assets. Putin demands Kyiv withdraw troops from annexed regions and renounce Nato membership. Ukraine calls Putin's proposal "manipulative" and "absurd"

Evan Gershkovich

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Evan Gershkovich, 32, has been detained in Russia since March 29, 2023, on vague espionage allegations. Prosecutors claim he had been spying on a tank factory for the CIA. The U.S. has declared him wrongfully detained and repeatedly called for his immediate release.

Tesla

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Tesla shareholders approved CEO Elon Musk's $56 billion pay package. Vote follows court ruling in January that struck down Musk's previous pay deal. Supporters say deal is necessary to ensure Musk doesn't decamp to start another business.

Elon Musk

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Tesla shareholders will vote on CEO Elon Musk's pay package on Thursday. The plan includes a pay package worth as much as $56 billion to the iconoclastic Musk. Musk could still face a long legal fight to convince a Delaware judge who invalidated the package in January.

G7

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Leaders of the G7 intend to back a plan to provide $50 billion in aid for Ukraine through a loan issued against frozen Russian assets. Most of the frozen assets, which are worth some $300 billion, are parked in the EU. Money could reach Kyiv before the end of the year, U.S. and French officials say.

Antony Blinken

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U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said ‘the war will go on’ because Hamas was unable to agree to the plans. US says Israel has accepted the deal, but Israel has not publicly backed it.

Elon Musk

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An institutional shareholder accused Elon Musk of selling Tesla stock using insider information. The shareholder asked the court to direct the Tesla CEO to return 'unlawful profits' The lawsuit comes two days before a critical vote by Tesla shareholders on whether to reinstate Elon Musk's $56 billion pay package.

Merrick Garland

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The House is scheduled to vote Wednesday on holding Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt of Congress. Republicans insist that there is a politically motivated double standard at the Justice Department. The move comes just weeks after the White House blocked release of the recording to lawmakers.

Gabbriette Bechtel

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Matty Healy, 35, proposed to Gabbriette Bechtel, 26, on Wednesday. Couple made it Instagram official after a New York concert by Charli XCX.

Ten Hag

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Erik ten Hag will remain in charge of Manchester United next season. The Dutchman has been in talks with the club over a new contract. Ten Hag guided United to their first FA Cup win since 2016 last month.

Manchester United

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Erik ten Hag will remain as Manchester United manager. Dutchman survived an end-of-season review into a disappointing campaign. Ten Hag masterminded 2-1 victory over Manchester City in the FA Cup final.

Erik ten Hag

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Erik ten Hag has been given another season to turn around Manchester United's fortunes. The Dutchman had been linked with a move away from Old Trafford. Sir Jim Ratcliffe is presumed to be set to give Ten Hag his full backing. Ten Hag wants three new signings before the start of the pre-season tour.

Hunter Biden

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Hunter Biden was found guilty of three felonies including lying on a gun purchase form that he was not a drug user. Jury deliberated for three hours over the course of two days before reaching its verdict. Biden could now face up to 25 years in prison, though observers do not expect that to be the case. Joe Biden has previously announced that he will not pardon his son.

Elon Musk

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The fund, which holds a 0.98% stake worth $7.7 billion, has been critical of excessive CEO pay. Musk's pay was approved in 2018, but voided by a judge earlier this year.

Apple Intelligence

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Siri will be able to take hundreds of new actions in and across Apple and third-party apps. Apple is looking to integrate more AI chatbots, including Google’s Gemini, into its devices in the future.

Saulos Chilima

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Malawi's vice president Saulos Chilima and nine others disappeared on Monday. The group was traveling to attend the funeral of a former government minister. The plane failed to land in the northern city of Mzuzu due to bad weather.

Apple

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Nasdaq, S&P 500 climb with Apple; investors await inflation report, Fed decision. Apple shares were up 6.4% and hit a record high after declining in the previous session. GM gained 1.7% after the automaker announced a $6 billion share buyback plan.