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App outage locks hundreds of Tesla drivers out of cars

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Hundreds of Tesla drivers were locked out of their cars at the start of the weekend after the manufacturer’s mobile app suffered an outage – and dozens voiced their complaints on social media. Elon Musk, Tesla’s chief...

China locks down city of 4m people after six Covid cases detected

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China has placed a city of 4 million under lockdown in an attempt to stamp out a domestic coronavirus outbreak, with residents told not to leave home except in emergencies. Beijing imposed strict border controls in th...

‘Their locks were a centrepiece of their outfits’: black hair dazzles at Met Gala

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The art of black hair was on display in eclectic glory at this week’s Met Gala, from the hair sculpture of Naomi Osaka, the waves of Lupita Nyong’o, the halo of cornrows of Olympian Allyson Felix, to the braided durag...

US embassy in Kabul locks down amid Covid surge and death of one staffer

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The US embassy in Kabul has had to shut down almost all its operations because of a Covid-19 outbreak that has killed one staffer, and left 114 infected and quarantined. According to a notice sent to all embassy staff...

Posta del mattino: aged care vaccine failures, Bolsonaro under fire, France locks down

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Buongiorno. Political ructions in South America, frustration over aged care vaccination schedules, and praise for Australia’s resistance to China dominate the national and international headlines this Thursday. Here...

Primark supplier reportedly locks workers in factory to stop their anti-coup protest in Myanmar

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Garment workers in Myanmar who produce clothing for Primark were locked inside their factory by supervisors who tried to prevent them from joining anti-coup protests, testimonies given to the Guardian claim. Workers e...