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Thousands descend on UK music festival - Reuters.com

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Thousands of people poured into the grounds of the Latitude music festival in eastern England on Thursday, one of the biggest gatherings since most coronavirus restrictions were lifted earlier this week.


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Music banned on Greece's Mykonos in new COVID-19 restrictions - Reuters

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Greece banned music in restaurants and bars and restricted movement on its popular holiday island of Mykonos on Saturday after a rise in new coronavirus infections there.


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Thousands descend on UK music festival amid rise in COVID cases - Reuters UK

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Thousands of people poured into the grounds of the Latitude music festival in eastern England on Thursday, one of the biggest gatherings since most coronavirus restrictions were lifted earlier this week.


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Thousands descend on UK music festival amid rise in COVID cases - Reuters

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Thousands of people poured into the grounds of the Latitude music festival in eastern England on Thursday, one of the biggest gatherings since most coronavirus restrictions were lifted earlier this week.


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Show must go on, say dancing protesters urging Britain to fully reopen - Reuters

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Hundreds of people danced and blew whistles in time to dance music on the streets of central London on Sunday, part of a protest against coronavirus restrictions that have pummelled the entertainment industry, particularly nightclubs.


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Meet Tai Verdes, the rising star who funded his career by winning a dating show

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Tai Verdes didn't know how to make it in the music industry - but a reality TV jackpot sorted that out.


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Netherlands re-imposes COVID-19 curbs due to infection surge - Reuters

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The Netherlands on Friday re-imposed restrictions on nightclubs, restaurants and music festivals just weeks after they were lifted, in an effort to halt a sudden surge in COVID-19 infections, mostly among young adults.


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Dutch to reimpose some COVID-19 curbs as cases rise - ANP - Reuters

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The Dutch government is expected to reimpose restrictions on dance clubs, music festivals and restaurants on Friday in response to a surge in COVID-19 infections among young adults, local media reported.


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Grassroots of Home: Tom Jones joins small-gig kick-start for UK live music scene - Reuters

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Tom Jones and Rag'n'Bone Man are the star names in a line-up of singers scheduled to give more than 300 concerts at grassroots venues across Britain this summer, helping to kick-start a live music industry shut down during COVID-19.


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Mallorca probes COVID-19 outbreak among hundreds of partying students - Reuters

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Authorities in Mallorca are investigating a coronavirus outbreak involving more than 600 students celebrating the end of term in the Spanish island, just as it prepares for British tourists to return following the easing of travel curbs.


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Mallorca probes COVID-19 outbreak among hundreds of partying students - Reuters

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Authorities in Mallorca are investigating a coronavirus outbreak involving more than 600 students celebrating the end of term in the Spanish island, just as it prepares for British tourists to return following the easing of travel curbs.


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Mykonos, Greece's famed party island, falls silent under new COVID rules - Reuters

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There was no music and no dancing on Greece's famed party island Mykonos on Sunday as new rules to contain the spread of COVID-19 pushed tourists to cancel holidays and left business owners fuming.


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Andrew Lloyd Webber closes new 'Cinderella' musical, blaming UK government - Reuters

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Musical theatre impresario Andrew Lloyd Webber on Monday closed his new London production of "Cinderella" the day before it was due to open after a cast member tested positive for the coronavirus.


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'I want to dance': London clubbers cheer end of COVID restrictions - Reuters

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London clubbers on Monday flocked to one of the first rule-free live music events since the pandemic began last year, dancing through the night and rejoicing in human interaction as England lifted most COVID restrictions at midnight.


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Andrew Lloyd Webber closes new 'Cinderella' musical, blaming UK government - Reuters

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Musical theatre impresario Andrew Lloyd Webber on Monday closed his new London production of "Cinderella" the day before it was due to open after a cast member tested positive for the coronavirus.


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Slimmed-down ceremony to open pandemic-hit Tokyo Games - Reuters

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The Tokyo Olympics opens on Friday with a ceremony reflecting a Games like no other, walking a fine line between celebrating the feats of the world's best athletes while acknowledging the global hardship caused by the <a href="https://www.reuters.com/world/as…


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Equestrian-Battling two deadly viruses, equestrian sports brace for Tokyo - Reuters

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While the world ground to a halt over the past year battling one deadly virus, the world of equestrian sports approaches the Tokyo Olympics having had to battle two diseases in recent months -- the novel coronavirus and equine herpes virus.


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As COVID-19 restrictions lift across Canada, businesses consider proof of vaccination policies - The Globe and Mail

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<ol><li>As COVID-19 restrictions lift across Canada, businesses consider proof of vaccination policies  The Globe and Mail </li><li>More businesses want proof of vaccination: lawyer  CTV News </li><li>The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for July 7  CBC.c…


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The Easter Island pianist playing for her home's future

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Mahani Teave returned to the world's most remote inhabited island to help preserve its culture.


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Billionaire investor Bill Ackman said the US economy will see a 'massive' economic boom in the fall despite the Delta variant

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The hedge fund manager told CNBC that trillions in stimulus, an increase in wages, and the rise in vaccinations will lead to a boom.