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This article was originally published by TechCrunch on January 19, 2018.

Read the original article Share this story on Facebook Share this experience on LinkedIn Share this experiences on Twitter Share this article on Google+ Share this content on Tumblr Share this title Share this job posting with your friends: Adidas will open a second store in the United Kingdom for next year.

According to the official announcement, the new store will be located in the Old Town Mall in Oxfordshire.

The store will open in May 2018.

Adidas is expanding the retail footprint of its brands in the UK, with a focus on the UK market, in part by adding stores in major shopping centres.

Last month, it announced it will open an outlet in the central city of Birmingham in 2019.

The company previously opened an outlet near Oxford Street in London.

The company’s new location will feature more than 400 stores, including its flagship outlet, the UK’s largest retail outlet, as well as new brands like AirMax, Fenty Beauty, and Nike.

In an interview with the Guardian, a spokesperson for the company said the location will be the first of its kind in the U.K.

The store is expected to open sometime next year, although no specific time has been set.

The spokesperson added that the company will have more announcements in the coming weeks.

In 2016, Adidas closed an initial store in Birmingham.

The location closed in May 2019.

Google is to take down some ‘offensive’ content in Australia

Google will begin removing some of its “offensive” content from its Australian website, as it looks to avoid legal challenges over the content.

The move comes as Google and its Australian parent company, Alphabet, are embroiled in a number of legal battles over censorship and the removal of content that has been deemed “incitement to hate”.

According to a report in The Australian Financial Review, Google will take down content that “incites hatred against Australians”.

The news outlet reported that Google had informed content owners it would remove their content, but that the company will not remove content that is “justly criticised”.

“We want to protect our users’ right to free expression,” a Google spokesperson told the publication.

“We will remove content when we determine that it is not appropriate to do so under our policies.”

“We also take these steps because of the nature of the content and the impact it has on our users,” the spokesperson added.

Google’s Australia subsidiary operates a Google Play store and other websites, including the news website The Conversation, which has been among the sites that have been hit by Google’s anti-Australian censorship policy.

The issue of censorship has been raised in Australia, with some of the country’s leading tech and entertainment companies joining together in the “Google for Australia” campaign to oppose the policy.

Google has also faced accusations that it has not taken enough action in Australia to address the content being censored in other countries.

The company has faced scrutiny over censorship of videos and other content in countries including Egypt, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Turkey and Vietnam.

Google and Alphabet have also faced criticism for their business practices in Australia.

Google recently launched a “Google For Australia” initiative that aims to support Australia’s tech industry.