July, 2020

  • 2 July

    2020/07/02 16:00 GMT

    2020/07/02 16:00 GMT

    The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.

  • 2 July

    Shirley Oaks: Abuse survivors had ‘childhood stolen”‘

    Shirley Oaks: Abuse survivors had ‘childhood stolen”‘

    Image caption An archive picture shows Shirley Oaks children's home - located in Croydon but run by Lambeth Council Children who were abused and neglected while in the care of Lambeth Council "had their childhood stolen", an investigation has heard.The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse heard there were up to 48 deaths between 1970…

  • 2 July

    Your total Novel July Bugs and Fish in Animal Crossing: Novel Horizons

    All New Bugs Appearing in JulyFor those in the Northern Hemisphere, there are 6 new bugs available to be caught in July. In the Southern Hemisphere, there are 3 new bugs for players to catch. Scroll down to see exactly when and where to get them in our handy July Bug checklist. New Bugs in…

  • 2 July

    iTerm 3.3.12 – Popular fork of older iTerm project. (Free)

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  • 2 July

    Financial Issue Fraud at Public Firms

    How prevalent is financial statement fraud in public companies? In this video, Tracy Coenen talks about the most recent COSO report on fraudulent financial reporting at U.S. public companies. The most common financial statement fraud that companies engaged in was improper revenue recognition, followed by the overstatement of asset or the improper capitalization of expenses.…

  • 2 July

    Brexit: ‘Extreme differences’ over swap deal, yelp UK and EU

    Brexit: ‘Extreme differences’ over swap deal, yelp UK and EU

    Image copyright Reuters The UK and EU have said serious differences remain over a post-Brexit trade deal, following the latest negotiations in Brussels. EU negotiator Michel Barnier said the bloc's position needed to be "better understood and respected" by the UK if an agreement is to be found. His UK counterpart David Frost said "significant"…

  • 2 July

    Epstein affiliate Ghislaine Maxwell arrested by FBI

    Epstein affiliate Ghislaine Maxwell arrested by FBI

    Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell in New York in 2005 British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, an ex-girlfriend of convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, is facing charges in the US after being arrested by the FBI.She is accused of assisting Epstein's abuse of minors by helping to recruit and groom victims known…

  • 2 July

    Australia considers ‘gain haven’ provide for Hong Kong other folks

    Australia considers ‘gain haven’ provide for Hong Kong other folks

    Scott Morrison, prime minister of Australia, has said his government was considering an offer of safe haven to Hong Kong residents after China imposed tough national security laws that critics fear c…

  • 2 July

    Indian policemen arrested over custodial deaths of pop and son

    Indian policemen arrested over custodial deaths of pop and son

    India has arrested five policemen over the deaths of a man and his son in custody, a senior investigating officer said on Thursday, following outrage that drew comparisons to the death of George Floy…

  • 2 July

    Home passes bill to sanction Chinese language entities that menace Hong Kong, banks that work with them

    Home passes bill to sanction Chinese language entities that menace Hong Kong, banks that work with them

    The House of Representatives on Wednesday night passed a bill to impose sanctions on entities that help violate Hong Kong's autonomy and financial institutions that do business with them, a response …