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  1. MG Motor's biggest-selling car, the ZS crossover, has been updated for 2020 with an exterior redesign and, it's claimed, a "real uplift in specification and quality". The Kia Stonic rival, on sale now from £15,495, has been given a revised front-end look with an evolved hexagonal grille design, new swept-back full-LED headlights and an aluminium-effect lower-grille treatment. ” New alloy wheel designs also feature, while the rear-end revisions extend to a revised bumper, more aluminium-style trim and refreshed tail-lights. A new colour - Battersea Blue - has also been added. The claimed quality boost inside comes courtesy of a new dashboard design with more extensive use of soft-touch materials and detail stitching. The ZS also borrows the 10.1in touchscreen from the larger HS SUV, with DAB, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as standard. Exclusive-trim models add sat-nav and a 360deg reversing camera. Floating 'piano key'-style buttons are used for climate control functions, while a front armrest is now a standard fitment. MG doesn't specify any dynamic changes to the ZS. The model's chassis is said to be "developed for UK drivers" by the firm's UK engineering team, with three driving modes to alter the steering and suspension responses. The sole engine choice for the ZS is a 1.5-litre four-cylinder unit mated to a five-speed manual gearbox, promising a 0-62mph time of 10.9sec and 41.4mpg. Updates for the electric ZS EV are expected to be similar but have yet to be announced.
  2. Leroy Sane will wear the number 10 shirt, previously belonging to Philippe Coutinho, when he plays for Bayern Munich next season. Bayern completed the signing of Sane from Manchester City in a deal worth €49 million (£45m/$55m) on Friday, the Germany international putting pen to paper on a five-year contract. When he is eligible to feature in 2020-21, Sane will occupy the number worn by Coutinho during his season-long loan from Barcelona. However, while advertising replica 'Sane 10' shirts for sale in their official club store, Bayern said: "Out of respect for Philippe Coutinho, who is the current number 10 and could play in the upcoming DFB-Pokal final in Berlin and any games in the Champions League in August, Sane decided not to use the number in his photos on Thursday." The decision appears to suggest Coutinho is unlikely to remain at Bayern for the long term. The Brazil international has been linked with a host of clubs across Europe after the Bundesliga champions let their option to sign him permanently expire. Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has not ruled out moving again for Coutinho entirely, saying: "We'll see if he still has a role to play with us or not." Manager Hansi Flick and captain Manuel Neuer were delighted to welcome Sane to Bayern on Friday but quickly turned their attention back to the DFB-Pokal final during the pre-matchj press conference. Flick said of his new signing: "We're happy, but it's not the time to talk about it." Captain Neuer was slightly more forthcoming when asked about his Germany team-mate Sane, but his primary focus is on lifting another trophy. "I hope [Sane] can win the Pokal with Bayern in the future," he said. "We Bayern players are happy that he will be with us next season." Sane earlier posted on social media in a farewell message to Manchester City: “Thanks so much for the great time and all the support over the last 4 years. It has been a really intense and successful time which I surely won’t forget. “We won many games, scored a ton of goals, broke a couple of records and celebrated 7 trophies together. Thanks to all the fans, to the staff and to my team-mates! I will always remember this time with great joy and pride. “Also thanks to my coach who has made me a better player and has a large share of my PFA Young Player of the Year award in 2018. I’ve learned a lot and I’m very proud to have been part of this journey.
  3. Tiramisu is a signature dessert most po[CENSORED]r in Italy, but now it can be found in most places around India as well. But here it is, with a twist, prepared with espresso, something coffee lovers are sure to enjoy. The tiramisu is a delicately layered mixture, usually served up in a glass jar. Though it’s not something that can be made on the go, a little planning can help you pull off this recipe. The delicate medley of rich espresso, creamy mascarpone, and airy ladyfingers, all dusted to perfection in cocoa powder makes for the perfect “pick-me-up”. Ingredient for tiramisu 1/2 cup – Espresso coffee 3 – Ladyfinger biscuits Mascarpone cheese 3 tsp – Cocoa powder Ingredients for mascarpone cream 250g – Mascarpone 60g – Icing sugar 90g – Liquid cream 40g – Whole milk ¼ – Vanilla pod or 10ml – Vanilla flavour liquid Method * Put the mascarpone in a bowl. * Add the icing sugar, milk, cream and vanilla. * Mix with an electric whisk until you obtain a soft cream. * Pour it in a piping bag and keep in the refrigerator. Presentation * Put a ladyfinger biscuit at the bottom of a cappuccino cup. * Add a generous teaspoon of mascarpone cream. * Pour the hot coffee around the sides of the cream. * Sprinkle lightly with bitter cocoa powder.
  4. Rabat – Morocco’s national flag carrier Royal Air Maroc (RAM) is planning to launch a new strategy to survive the economic repercussions of the COVID-19 crisis–a strategy that may include mass layoffs. RAM fleets have been grounded without activity since mid-March, except for cargo aircraft and a handful of others that the country deployed to repatriate citizens stranded abroad. The airline reported losing $109.1 million per month since the start of the state of emergency on March 20. Minister of Tourism Nadia Fettah El Alaoui indicated in a House of Representatives meeting on June 8 that RAM was developing a recovery plan that accounts for International Air Transport Association (IATA) forecasts. In recent months, IATA has consistently predicted a severe decrease in international air travel and related revenue and job losses. The works committee of the company held a meeting on Thursday, July 2 to examine the company’s financial recovery strategy. Quoting a letter from Royal Air Maroc’s CEO Abdelhamid Addou to the president of Moroccan Association of Airline Pilots (AMPL), Moroccan outlet Le360 reported that the council met under article 66 of the Labor Code, which governs layoffs. The outlet reported the day prior that AMPL declined to attend the meeting, as the legal basis for the gathering was still unclear. Royal Air Maroc had not specified to AMPL whether the meeting would fall under article 466 of the Labor Code, concerning advisory missions, or in accordance with article 66, concerning layoffs. In response to the declined invitation, Addou wrote to the AMPL president: “You demanded that this meeting be bilateral while this convocation, which took place within the framework of the provisions of article 66 of the Labor Code, places on the employer the obligation to consult with the works council and the [unionists] exclusively and does not in any way impose on it any consultation with the staff associations created within the company.” “However, we felt that your presence at this meeting was desirable given the gravity of the subjects to be discussed during this meeting and their impact on the situation of your members,” the RAM CEO added in the letter. Addou penned the statement in response to a letter from AMPL, which said Moroccan airline pilots believe that RAM’s decision to invite the association’s president to the meeting violates 40 years of strictly bilateral social dialogue. “Would it be reasonable to sit punctually as guests in an advisory body which has hardly ever met in accordance with the laws and regulations in force? Would it be constructive to sit in on it without having had all the data and all the documents relating to the agenda?” asked AMPL in its letter. Representatives affiliated with the Moroccan Labor Union (UMT) confirmed their attendance at the meeting to Le360 but expressed frustration with the lack of information relating to payroll, among other grievances. The rift between RAM and AMPL is not exclusive, as the two experienced several similar tensions in recent years. In 2018, pilots launched strikes that caused 150 flight delays and cancellations. The pilots started the strike on July 18, asking for better conditions and a salary raise of up to MAD 15,000 ($1,546) per month. The strikes lost the company approximately MAD 20 million ($2 million) per day due to canceled and delayed flights, less than half of the daily loss caused by the COVID-19 crisis. The company finally reached an agreement with the union to end the four-week pilot strike after several meetings to end the dispute.
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  6. Rabat – Morocco’s central banking institution, Bank Al Maghrib, announced that bank credit increased by 6.5% in May 2020, with loans to the non-financial sector increasing by 6.4%. The result is largely due to the 1.5% deceleration in the growth of loans granted to households as well as loans allocated to public non-financial companies, the bank said on July 1. The rate of increase in loans to private non-financial firms maintained close to a stable rate, at 11.3% in May, compared to a month earlier. “The slowdown in the growth of bank credit to the non-financial sector covers a deceleration in the rate of increase in cash loans to 14.4%, that of property loans to 1%, as well as that of equipment competitions at 6.8%,” the bank said in a note. Meanwhile, consumer loans declined by 0.7% after rising 1.5% the previous month. In a similar note in May,Bank Al Maghrib reported an acceleration of bank credit, which jumped from 5.3% in March to 6.7% in April this year. The development in May reflected the acceleration from 9.6% to 11.4% in the increase of loans to private non-financial companies. Loans to public non-financial corporations represented an increase of 1.3% in May. The COVID-19 crisis might be a direct motive for households to turn to loans due to work suspension. Morocco’s government announced a state of emergency and a lockdown in March to contain the spread of COVID-19. Several companies suspended activities and employees were left without jobs for several months. The lockdown impacted Morocco’s economy directly, Minister of Economy Mohamed Benchaaboun announced in May. The minister said in May that Morocco’s economy loses up to MAD 1 billion, or $100 million, during each day due to lockdown. He said the loss would have been much bigger if King Mohammed VI did not order the creation of a COVID-19 pandemic management fund to mitigate the crisis. Morocco recently allowed the re-launch of all industrial activities as part of the country’s approach to gradually ease lockdown. Most of the Moroccan regions benefited from lockdown easing, except some provinces in Larache, Tangier, Kenitra, and Marrakech. Head of Government Saad Eddine El Othmani announced earlier this week that the country will focus on its economy to challenge the crisis and the consequences of COVID-19.
  7. Fresh from launching its landmark first EV, Mini looks to be expanding its electrified line-up with a potential plug-in variant of its Cooper S five-door hatchback. The hatch is due a substantial facelift before 2023 - having only been subtly updated once in its seven-year lifespan - to bring it into line with newer rivals including the Audi A1, Ford Fiesta and Renault Clio. A prototype spotted by our photographers looks to be hiding only small styling tweaks beneath its front and rear camouflage wrap, but more interesting are clues that this is a plug-in hybrid. The 'E-FZG' sticker in the front windscreen means the mule's powertrain is composed of both combustion and electric elements, and given Mini has yet to introduce hybrid or mild-hybrid options to its line-up, it's likely to be a variation of the larger Countryman Cooper S E All4's plug-in powerplant. No charging socket is visible, but the Countryman's is on the opposite side of the car to the fuel filler cap. Such a move would make sense, given the company's gradual transition to a maker of pure EVs, and would secure Mini an early spot in the burgeoning plug-in family hatchback market, occupied by models including the VW Golf GTE, Hyundai Ioniq PHEV and Mercedes-Benz A250e. It's not yet known whether the Cooper S would be offered solely as a hybrid. Earlier this year, Autocar reported that BMW had delayed development of the next-gen Mini Hatch, both for reasons related to the cost of upgrading its Oxford factory, and because of uncertainty surrounding Britain's relationship with the EU. The model is set to move from its UKL1 underpinnings - new in 2014 - to a new platform, likely BMW's front-driven FAAR architecture or an entirely new platform developed in partnership with Chinese auto giant Great Wall. The FAAR architecture already underpins a plug-in variant of BMW's X1 SUV, but Mini's Countryman PHEV sits atop a four-wheel-drive platform. If it does follow in the footsteps of its larger sibling, the Cooper S PHEV can be expected to take its power from a turbocharged 1.5-litre three-cylinder petrol engine delivering 134bhp and 162lb ft at a low 1250rpm, with a brushless electric motor serving up 87bhp and 122lb ft. It's likely to improve on the Countryman's 26-mile electric-only range, but will weigh substantially more than the current car, so performance figures will likely be affected. Elsewhere, expect updates to be in line with those of the recently refreshed Countryman. Design tweaks will be minimal, but the hatch is likely to receive the Mini Electric's digital instrument display, an optional 8.8in touchscreen and a raft of new personalisation options.
  8. Former France striker Christophe Dugarry has been roundly criticised for insensitive comments made towards Lionel Messi, in which he referred to the Argentine as a "1.5m tall kid" who is "half autistic". Dugarry was speaking on RMC Sport as part of the broadcaster's coverage of Barcelona's 2-2 draw with Atletico Madrid on Tuesday, a match in which Griezmann was subbed on for the final minutes of yet another disappointing display under Quique Setien. The 48-year-old maintains that Griezmann's struggles to nail down a starting spot at Camp Nou are down to a lack of harmony and caused outrage when proposing a solution to the problem. "What is [Griezmann] afraid of? A kid who is 1.5 metres tall and half autistic?" the 1998 World Cup winner said. "All he has to do is show some balls at some point. "I've been saying for a year that he has a problem with Messi. He has to hit him in the face. "It's true that Messi could give him more passes, but honestly I am not surprised. Griezmann loses balls, doesn't play with confidence. Griezmann should go and talk to Messi to solve the problem." Of course, Dugarry's comments caused outrage throughout the football world and he has since issued an apology, albeit later deciding to delete the response from his social media account. "I’m sincerely sorry for the breadth and depth of my remarks about Lionel Messi," he tweeted. "I didn't want to stigmatise people with autism disorders, that was not my intention. I apologise to the people I shocked and will do it again (apologise) on Team Duga (TV show) this evening." Messi was not the only Barca employee Dugarry singled out for criticism, however, with under-fire coach Setien getting both barrels from the Frenchman. "He is not a decisive coach. Setien is very nice but he doesn't have the right credentials – he didn't know who to change," Dugarry said. "He replaced Sergio Busquets in the 85th minute to bring in Ansu Fati and launched Griezmann in in the 90th. "I don't think it's anything against Griezmann, he just doesn't know how to get this team to play. He's completely overwhelmed. I'm convinced that he has nothing against Griezmann, but rather he is just incompetent."
  9. The ongoing pandemic has upended lives and the economy with devastating effect. And the music industry has not remained untouched. According to a report in The Guardian, 150 musicians who include stalwarts like Sir Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones are seeking for the government to intervene and help music survive in Britain. The same report states that ColdPlay, Ed Sheeran among others have signed a letter intimating that if they do not receive help from the government, UK might lose its coveted place on the world’s musical stage. Consequently, they have also shared that many can lose their jobs in the process. “Live music has been one of the UK’s biggest social, cultural, and economic successes of the past decade. But, with no end to social distancing in sight or financial support from government yet agreed, the future for concerts and festivals and the hundreds of thousands of people who work in them looks bleak. Until these businesses can operate again, which is likely to be 2021 at the earliest, government support will be crucial to prevent mass insolvencies and the end of this world-leading industry,” a letter written to Oliver Dowden, the culture secretary read. Apart from this, the musicians in the joint letter have also formulated “a three-point strategy” to revive the music scene. The report details it: “a clear, conditional, timeline for reopening venues without social distancing, a comprehensive business and employment support package, and VAT exemption on ticket sales.” “It’s incredibly important for artists like myself to speak up and support the live music industry in the UK. From the very start, playing live concerts up and down the country has been a cornerstone for my own career. I am proud to have had the chance to play through all the levels … small clubs, then theatres and ballrooms and into arenas, and of course festivals in between each touring cycle. But the possibility for other emerging British artists to take the same path is in danger if the industry doesn’t receive much needed government support in the interim period before all the various venues, festivals and promoters are ready and able to operate independently again,” Dua Lipa was quoted as saying.
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  11. Volvo has launched a recall for a number of its models to fix a problem with the strength of the front seat belt fastening. The affected models were built between 2007 and 2018, and include the V70 and XC70, S60 and V60, S80 and XC60. No new vehicles are part of the recall. A statement released by the Swedish brand said it “has identified a problem regarding the front seat belt fastening, mounted on the outer side of the front seat. The front seat belt fastening cable may over time suffer from reduced strength under certain circumstances”. Volvo claims the issue is “extremely rare” and there have been no reports of any related incidents. The firm recommends drivers of affected vehicles put the driver and passenger seatbelt fastening in a vertical position, aligned with the back rest, so it isn’t bent over the seat cushion when sitting down. As with most recalls, the work will be completed free of charge by a Volvo dealer. Affected owners will be contacted by their retailer with further information, with the expectation that the “majority of vehicles” will be fixed before 2020 is over. Concerned owners can visit Volvo’s website to check if their car is affected.