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Japan and Fiji to join Six Nations sides in tournament

Japan and Fiji are expected to be confirmed as the two guest nations to join the Six Nations sides in an inaugural eight-team tournament in November and December.

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The countries exempt from England’s travel quarantine – full list

Holidaymakers will be able to find late-summer sun – but some destinations are still off-limits

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English travellers are currently able to visit a select number of countries without facing a 14-day quarantine, under plans first announced in July by the Government.
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  • Curaçao, Denmark, Iceland and Slovakia were removed from the England travel corridors list at 4am on September 26
  • Slovenia and Guadeloupe were removed from the quarantine exemption list at 4am on Saturday, September 19
  • Travellers returning from Singapore and Thailand do not have to …

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Family says disabled son was unfairly turned away from BioPark Zoo for not wearing mask

A local family says their disabled son was unfairly turned away from the ABQ BioPark Zoo for not wearing a mask despite having a doctor’s note. The Peterson family decided to go to the zoo for a family outing on Sept 19. They were all wearing masks at the tim…

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Family says disabled son was unfairly turned away from BioPark Zoo for not wearing maskKOB4 ^
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| Nathan O’Neal
Posted on 09/27/2020 8:09:01 PM PDT by nickcarraway
A local family says their disabled son was unfairly turned away from the ABQ BioPark Zoo for not wearing a mask despite having a doctor’s note.
The Peterson family decided to go to the zoo for a family outing on Sept 19. They were all wearing masks at the time, except for 14-year-old Nicholas who is sev…

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Although U.S. B-24 Bombers Pounded Japanese-Held Nauru, It Didn’t Surrender Until After The War

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An attack by U.S. bombers against the Japanese-held island of Nauru resulted in heavy damage to enemy installations.
Consolidated B-24 Liberator bomber crews of the U.S. 11th Bombardment Group spent the first three mont…

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Consolidated B-24 Liberator bomber crews of the U.S. 11th Bombardment Group spent the first three months of 1943 organizing on Hawaiian airfields and flying practice and patrol missions around the islands. By mid-April, with no strike missions and no contact with the enemy, the bomber crews were restless. But the morning of April 17 had a different feelelectric.
The groups officers were still in a closed-door briefing while rumors buzzed about a bombing mission, their first. All that remained f…

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