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Novak Djokovic won Wimbledon title in an epic five-hour long final against Federer!

Djokovic triumphed over Roger Federer after a thrilling five set spectacle, after five-hour long struggle - 7:6(5), 1:6, 7:6(4), 4:6, 13:12(3).
The world number one has won 16 Grand Slams, fifth Wimbledon trophy, after he won Wimbledon title in 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2018.

Car Drove into a Group of Tourists in London, at Least Seven People Are Injured

A car drove into a group of people in south-west London. At least seven people are injured, according to BGNES.

The incident happened on Saturday at about 23:15 local time (01:15 Sunday Bulgarian time). It is noted that police have arrived at the crime scene after receiving a call for mass battles. The group were driven at after they left a nearby hotel, police said.

Djokovic overcomes tough Spaniard to book his place in the sixth Wimbledon Final!

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic will fight for his fifth title in London, in his sixth Wimbledon final.
The defending champion hadn't show brilliant performance against the persistent Spaniard, playing rather poor at the moments, but in the end, he managed to break No. 22 seed Bautista Agut.

Deutsche Bank Begins a Massive Transformation - Cuts 18 000 Jobs

The bank reaffirmed its intention to move out of the stock business, releasing about 20 percent of its global workforce.

Deutsche Bank will cut about 18,000 jobs over the next three years as part of a major reorganization, the BBC reported.

The rumours were confirmed by the bank, which said it would completely abandon all operations related to the purchase and sale of shares.

The Palace at 4 a.m. | Myconos | To October 31

The Ephorate of Antiquities for the Cycladic Islands and the NEON cultural organization present "The Palace at 4 a.m.," an exhibition of works by 13 artists from different parts, inspired by Delos, one of the ancient world's most cosmopolitan and sacred locations, and the collection of the Myconos Archaeological Museum.

UK Will Allocate over $ 22 Million to Combat Disinformation in Eastern Europe

Over the next three years, the British government will allocate £ 18m ($ 22.5m) to combat disinformation and the "fake news" phenomenon in Eastern European countries, as well as strengthening of independent media in Western Balkans, DW reported.

In the words of British Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt, it is a priority to create conditions for the smooth work of the journalists. 

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