Ayesha Curry showed off her fit figure in a set of fierce bikini photos, which were taken by her husband Steph Curry.
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In the company's most recent quarterly report on May 18, management pretty much spelled out that it will struggle to meet the covenants it needs to preserve its credit facilities, and it has struggled to refinance much of its debt that will come due in 2021. In management's words: "There can be no assurances that the company will be able to successfully restructure its indebtedness, improve its financial position, or complete any strategic transaction." In addition, the company has said it has engaged consultants to look at financing alternatives.
Tourism is vital to the Caribbean but visitors are absent amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Kayleigh McEnany was talking about Barack Obama, not Donald Trump. And she was referring to the death of journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002, when Obama was an Illinois state senator.
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When a team of three hurtled across the US at an average speed of 103 mph last year, many believed their Cannonball Run record of 27 hours and 25 minutes would remain intact for years. Then came the coronavirus lockdown which saw highways across the US empty, leaving the roads free for speed-freaks while millions of Americans complied with stay-at-home orders. The temptation of taking on the challenge, which dates back to the early 1970s, has proved irresistible. In just a couple of months the record in the race, popularised in a 1981 film starring Burt Reynolds, has been shattered seven times.
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‘Offensive to every family’: Mum whose coronavirus-infected son died of leukaemia in lockdown criticises PM for defending Dominic Cummings
Louise Bennett, whose son 14-year-old son Fred died of leukaemia during lockdown, criticised the government's defence of Dominic Cummings, saying it was offensive to every family who had had to make difficult decisions and sacrifices.
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A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 338,000 people worldwide. Over 5.2 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. The actual numbers are believed to be much higher due to testing shortages, many unreported cases and suspicions that some governments are hiding the scope of their nations' outbreaks.