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Olympic women's football: Team GB beat Japan to qualify for knockout stages
(July 24 20:38) BBC.com
Great Britain guarantee their progress to the knockout stages of the Olympic women's football competition with victory over hosts Japan in Sapporo.
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Covid-19: Travel rules set to change and Wales to decide on 'vaccine passports'
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