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WATCH: Scotland fans clean up London streets after wild Euro celebrations

WATCH: Scotland fans clean up London streets after wild Euro celebrations
Jun 19 2021 Share

Scotland fans were captured cleaning up the streets of London after their wild pre-game celebrations in Leicester Square on Friday.

 

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Videos of Scotland fans went viral on social media after showing individuals sliding shirtless through a London street to the awe of fellow fanatics, amongst multiple other videos.

Despite having close to 22,000 fans heading to London on Friday, only 2,600 actually had tickets to Wembley stadium while the thousands of other fans travelled to London for the support and atmosphere ahead of their 0-0 game against England.

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Malta Customs drug seizure amongst top 10 global airport seizures in 2020

Jun 19 2021 Share

The World Customs Organization (WCO) Regional Intelligence Liaison Office for Western Europe (RILO WE) has published information highlighting that 6.9 tons of illegal drugs were stopped from entering the European Market via Customs department’s at airports around the continent.

Press release: In 2020, 765 cases of drug seizures at airports were reported across Western Europe. In total, 6.9 tons…

Posted by Customs Malta on Friday, 18 June 2021

2020 saw 765 drug courier cases, with one of the Malta Customs departments seizures being featured amongst the top 10 airport seizures of the year for a suitcase containing 9.58kg of cocaine.

Cocaine seizures were reported to be the largest fraction of drugs, with 1.9 tons of cocaine, despite the percentage of cocaine couriers dropping by 49% compared to 2019.

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Zero new COVID-19 cases for third time this week

Zero new COVID-19 cases for third time this week
Jun 19 2021 Share

Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne has announced that, for the third time this week, no new COVID-19 cases have been registered overnight.

Fearne notified listeners of ONE Radio earlier today, where he also noted that 80 per cent of adults will have received at least on vaccine dose by today, with the official announcement to be published on the Saħħa page at 12.30pm.

Earlier this week, the Deputy Prime Minister also announced that there are no COVID-19 patients in hospital at the moment, as active cases continue to drop as Malta’s vaccination programme continues moving in the right direction.

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Heatwave expected on Monday as temperatures continue to rise

Heatwave expected on Monday as temperatures continue to rise
Jun 19 2021 Share

A heatwave is being forecasted for next week with high temperatures of 36°C which may feel like 38°C, according to a forecast by the Malta Meteorological Office.

Temperatures may drop slightly during the remainder of next week, with forecasted highs of 35°C which feel like 37°C and hot and sunny days throughout the course of the entire week.

A heatwave can be characterised by maximum temperatures which exceed the climate’s monthly maximum temperature for three consecutive.

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