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businessinsider.comThailand is considering giving citizenship to four stateless members of the Thai soccer team who were trapped in a caveFour members of the Thai soccer team rescued from a cave are being considered for Thai citizenship, officials said. Three of the boys and their 25-year-old coach are members of different ethnic groups and face travel restrictions, cannot access financial services, get married, or buy property.
bloomberg.comGerman Summer Budgets Are Stretched by Wurst InflationIf your idea of a summer weekend in Germany is lounging under a parasol in your backyard with new sunglasses and an ice-cream cone, it won’t cost you a lot more than it did last year: Inflation rates for all those products ran below the country’s headline rate of 2.1 percent in June. If you fancy a sporty distraction, pick soccer over tennis -- the German team’s performance in the World Cup aside -- because that bratwurst at the end of the day will eat into your wallet.
gizmodo.comReport: Elon Musk Dragged the Sierra Club Into Helping Him on Twitter and It Didn't End WellElon Musk probably hopes the matter of him baselessly smearing one of the divers who helped rescue a Thai soccer team from a flooded cave complex as a “pedo guy” is resolved with his issuance of a half-assed apology on Wednesday. However, the question of whether he will face a lawsuit lingers on—as does the mess resulting from his other, somewhat less high-profile Twitter controversy of the last week.