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1 UEFA Euro 2020 C-Class article 1,725,754 AUT U-21 vs. FIN U-21 2015-11-13 (225).jpg After one year of delay, the 60th anniversary of Europe's football tournament between nations started on June 11. As of this report's cutoff, 4 games have been played. The only surprising result from these 4 is Finland beating Denmark (pictured is Joel Pohjanpalo, who scored the winning goal) However, given the special circumstances (see below) the result is less surprising.
2 Christian Eriksen C-Class article 1,553,804 20140904 - Christian Eriksen (cropped).jpg The Danish international footballer suffered a suspected cardiac arrest in the tail end of the first half of a match against Finland, their opening match as part of #1. The match was immediately suspended while his team mates formed a protective bubble around Eriksen and medics performed CPR. After approximately 15 minutes Erikson was transferred to hospital, where he is said to be stable, conscious and awaiting tests. The match resumed around 2 hours; Denmark's play was noticeably subdued, as were Finland's winning celebrations.
3 The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It C-Class article 1,079,590 Almqvists frestelser.jpg The third sequel to 2013's The Conjuring and the whopping eighth installment in The Conjuring Universe is based on Gerard Brittle's book The Devil in Connecticut, written about the demonic trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson (#9).
4 Ed and Lorraine Warren B-Class article 995,545 Lorraine Warren (8608455671) (cropped).jpg Okay, so, chances are, the escapades recounted by these two ghostbusters (and the protagonists of the Conjuring films, in which they're portrayed by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, respectively) probably have about as much truth to them as when someone drops acid and then tells you they had a conversation with Jesus. But you can't say the tall tales these two have Conjured up about supernatural spirits over the years haven't made for some perfect movie material, considering just how many films the studios have been able to milk from them, including the most recent Conjuring installment (#3).
5 Logan Paul C-Class article 968,238 Logan Paul August 2018.png The slightly less controversial (though not that much less controversial) half of social media's Paul brothers has lived many lives both on and off of the internet, first as one of Vine's biggest stars, then as a YouTuber, an actor, a singer, a screenwriter, and a podcaster. Now, like his brother, he's made his triumphant return to boxing two years after his first professional match, going up against none other than Floyd Mayweather Jr. (#8). I didn't watch the fight, though according to the site you're reading this on, Mayweather may have gone a little easy on him.
6 Loki (TV series) C-Class article 855,010 Comikaze 2014 - Loki (15731918665).jpg The MCU machine just keeps on pumping. In the the first episode of this semi-retconning sci-fi crime thriller, which was released on Disney+ this week, Tom Hiddleston reprises his role as the titular God of Mischief, introduced in 2011's Thor. He gets captured by the Time Variance Authority, an organization that monitors the timelines of the Multiverse, who deem one of the versions of Loki a threat to the "Sacred Timeline", in which no multiversal war breaks out, and Loki agrees to help stop the alternate, fugitive version of himself from messing up the timeline. Confused? I certainly am!
7 The Family Man (Indian TV series) C-Class article 960,776 Manoj Bajpayee at a promotional for Aiyaary.jpg The second season of this Indian thriller, starring Manoj Bajpayee (pictured) as a middle-class man working for the National Intelligence Agency who must balance secretly trying to protect the country from terrorists with his tumultuous family life, was released last week on Amazon Prime Video. It continues to yield positive reviews and buzz.
8 Floyd Mayweather Jr. B-Class article 929,958 Floyd Mayweather jr weigh-in.jpg A boxer who had a shining professional career, being champion on four weight classes and retiring undefeated after 50 fights. Mayweather returned for an exhibition fight with #5, where him holding back led to showers of boos from the audience.
9 Trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson C-Class article 895,314 SatanasAntichrist.jpg Saying "a demon made me kill my landlord" is like a way more extreme version of "my dog ate my homework", but in 1981, that was the excuse given by Arne Cheyenne Johnson and his defense lawyers. You must acquit, I guess.

As told in #3, in a story that seems to have been based more on slightly convenient timing and coincidence than truth, the body of an 11-year-old boy named David Glatzel was supposedly being inhabited by a demon, so his family called in ghost hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren (#4), who then got the Church to perform an official exorcism on Glatzel. Months later, Johnson killed his landlord, apparently because the demon had relocated from Glatzel's body to Johnson's. Not only is this hilarious because it means the exorcism was a failure, but it also means that the demon waited months to actually do anything demonic. In any case, Johnson was most likely suffering from some severe mental illness, but Americans can't usually be relied upon to look at the science of things.

10 Sweet Tooth (TV series) Start-Class article 810,631 Cervus elaphus Luc Viatour 6.jpg Based on the comic book series of the same name by Jeff Lemire, this Robert Downey Jr.-produced, James Brolin-narrated Netflix fantasy series released last week takes place in a world where animal-human hybrids are being hunted down. It follows the adventures of a boy named Gus who was born part-deer and part-human as he travels across America with his human companion, Tommy, in search of his mother.
11 Deaths in 2021 List-Class article 807,772 Child skeleton crying with handkerchief detail, Skeletal and visceral remains by C. Huyberts Wellcome L0018949 (cropped).jpg I guess this is our last goodbye.
And you don't care, so I won't cry.
But you'll be sorry when I'm dead!
12 Shirley Temple B-Class article 736,496 Shirley Temple 1998.jpg The famously curly-haired child star and American diplomat got a Google Doodle this week, celebrating the fifth anniversary of the opening of "Love, Shirley Temple", a special exhibit featuring a collection of her rare memorabilia at the Santa Monica History Museum.
13 Critical race theory C-Class article 559,084 Congress Of Racial Equality (CORE) Magazine, Summer 1973.jpg According to our article, CRT has two major elements:

first, that white supremacy, with its societal or structural racism, exists and maintains power through the law; and second, that transforming the relationship between law and racial power, and also achieving racial emancipation and anti-subordination more broadly, is possible.

American conservatives have been making moves to ban CRT from public schools and universities; these rules went into effect in Idaho last week and Florida this week. If only there was a rhetorical framework that could explain why a white ruling class would do such a thing...

14 Group of Seven C-Class article 675,431 Family photo of G7 leaders and the invited guests at Carbis Bay (1).jpg This week, a bunch of world leaders got together to take a really dumb picture and plot their revenge against China.
15 T. B. Joshua C-Class article 666,119 ?? ?? ?????.jpg A polarizing Nigerian televangelist and head of the Synagogue, Church of All Nations, Joshua built up a fervent following of millions across the world through his charismatic social media presence and supposed miracle work, but he was shunned throughout his life by a prominent clique of Nigerian "mega-pastors" due to his lack of mentorship, despite his televangelism being mostly the same as theirs. He died this week at age 57.
16 Bo Burnham B-Class article 604,830 Bo Burnham Montaclair Film Festival (cropped).jpg The standup comedian and director of Eighth Grade (2018) released a new special, Inside, on May 30. The special was written and recorded amidst the COVID pandemic, which put a hold on basically all live performances; essentially, it's the standup version of Swift's Folklore.
17 Mare of Easttown Start-Class article 563,710 Kate Winslet 2006 Toronto.jpg Given this Kate Winslet-starring HBO drama ended last week, many people are probably now taking advantage of all seven episodes being available to binge watch them at once.
18 Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey Start-Class article 557,069 Bobbie Joe Long.jpg This made-for-Lifetime film about Bobby Joe Long's 1984 abduction and rape of Lisa McVey made its way to British Netflix this month.
19 Rafael Nadal B-Class article 552412 Nadal vs djokovic at net (26948564122).jpg The Men's Singles tournament of the French Open concluded on June 13. Djokovic beat Nadal in the semi-finals (June 11) on his way to defeating Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final.
20 Novak Djokovic B-Class article 535,457
21 2021 Peruvian general election C-Class article 508,007 2021 Peruvian presidential election - 2nd round results.svg The left-wing Pedro Castillo narrowly beat the right-wing Keiko Fujimori on June 6. Fujimori has refused to concede, alleging fraud. This might seem like a replay of what happened in Bolivia two years ago, but look at it this way: it's not that bad yet.
22 In the Heights (film) Start-Class article 483,732 Lin-Manuel Miranda by Gage Skidmore.jpg Lin-Manuel Miranda's first musical got a film adaptation, which hit both theaters and HBO Max.
23 A Quiet Place Part II C-Class article 439,041 A Quiet Place Part II.png In the post-apocalyptic world of this movie, the enemy is a race of extraterrestrial monsters who hate loud noises. In the near-apocalyptic one we live in, it is a virus that postponed the premiere of the film by a year and ensured not all theaters are open to show it.
24 Elizabeth II Featured article 420,544 Elizabeth II in Berlin 2015 (cropped).JPG Her Majesty was present at the G7 (#14) summit that took place in Cornwall.
25 UEFA European Championship B-Class article 418,825 Wales-Switzerland match at Euro 2020 in Baku 2.jpg Ever since 1960, the European national football teams have a tournament among them every four years. Although the goddamned pandemic ensured the latest edition (#1) had an extra year of wait (pictured is Switzerland's 1-1 draw against Wales on June 12)

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