• Netanyahu grilled for sixth time in graft probe

    Netanyahu grilled for sixth time in graft probe

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    A long-time friend of Netanyahu, Milchan was questioned in September. According to a report by Israel's Hadashot (formerly Channel 2 news) on Saturday, Netanyahu will face interrogation over new testimony obtained by police over the course of their investigation.
  • Harry Kane makes shock statement after Real Madrid show interest

    Harry Kane makes shock statement after Real Madrid show interest

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    Tottenham continue their European campaign on Tuesday when they take on Borussia Dortmund , who have just two points from four games in the competition. "At the moment, everything fits well for me here and I am happy". The Spurs talisman also picks out which Dortmund players he admires: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and the now injured Marco Reus: "Both have caused many a stir in Europe over the last few years".
  • Alonso to drive in Sunday's WEC rookie test with Toyota

    Alonso to drive in Sunday's WEC rookie test with Toyota

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    McLaren's Fernando Alonso will drive a Toyota LMP1 vehicle during Sunday's World Endurance Championship open test in Bahrain. The end-of-season test came a day after Toyota won the Six Hours of Bahrain race at the track. It's understood the team is unlikely to again field three cars in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Le Mans in June does not clash with any Formula One commitments.
  • New Caledonia quake no threat to NZ

    New Caledonia quake no threat to NZ

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    The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said hazardous tsunami waves were possible along the coastlines of New Caledonia and nearby Vanuatu in the South Pacific. However, the New Zealand Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management says that their initial assessment indicates there is "no tsunami threat" there in the wake of the natural disaster.
  • Turkish capital bans public LGBT events

    Turkish capital bans public LGBT events

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    It added that such events may spur animosity from other groups within Turkish society, "posing an open and imminent danger in terms of public safety". Since a referendum earlier this year gave Erdoğan unprecedented control over the federal government, he has been restricting free speech in protests and on social media, and using police to rough up demonstrators.
  • Today FM and TV3 take action following Al Porter allegations

    Today FM and TV3 take action following Al Porter allegations

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    AL PORTER WILL take a break from presenting his lunchtime show after allegations were made against him. Today FM released a short statement saying they had 'accepted the resignation of our lunch time presenter, Al Porter. Although, on legal advice, I can not comment on specific allegations at the present time, I nonetheless sincerely apologise to anyone I may have genuinely offended.
  • Meryl Streep opens up about her experience with physical violence

    Meryl Streep opens up about her experience with physical violence

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    Meryl Streep has revealed she has twice dealt with violent incidents, adding that the experience was so profound it changed her "on a cellular level". She revealed her harrowing experiences after commending journalists for their investigations in such hard times. Meryl and Cher previously starred in the 1980's film Silkwood together, playing roomates Karen Silkwood and Dolly Pelliker in the thriller.
  • Attack against me was attempt to murder: Mayor VK Prasanth

    Attack against me was attempt to murder: Mayor VK Prasanth

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    It was an attack on his life. The Mayor, who suffered injuries to his head and right leg in the scuffle, was admitted to the critical care unit in the Medical College Hospital. Speaking to The NewsMinute , Congress councillor Vimal Kumar KC said that when the BJP councillors blocked the mayor, CPM's IP Binu attacked BJP leader Giri Kumar which led to a clash.
  • Morocco food stampede 'kills 15 and wounds five'

    Morocco food stampede 'kills 15 and wounds five'

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    People from nearby villages come to the markets to buy food and others items for a week. The injured were evacuated to a hospital in Marrakesh, he said. An investigation was opened to determine the causes of the incident, the source said, adding that the interior ministry has opened an administrative enquiry.
  • Trump tweets broadside against Al Franken: 'Where do his hands go?'

    Trump tweets broadside against Al Franken: 'Where do his hands go?'

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    Reacting to Trump's attacks on Franken, Jack Holmes explains at Esquire how "The Term "Hypocrisy" Doesn't Even Do It Justice". Despite this, Trump tweeted about the Franken scandal Thursday night. Even with his unique understanding of sexual misdeeds, Trump has yet to comment on Republican Roy Moore , the alleged child molester now seeking a U.S.
  • Police identify suspect in Pittsburgh area officer killing

    Police identify suspect in Pittsburgh area officer killing

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    Police have identified a suspect in the shooting death of an on duty officer just outside of Pittsburgh. He was taken to a hospital after the shooting but was pronounced dead there a short time later, according to authorities. Limani would not discuss other details of the case, including the reason for the traffic stop, saying it could compromise the ongoing investigation.
  • Army dog awarded highest honour for bravery during Taliban raid

    Army dog awarded highest honour for bravery during Taliban raid

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    The attack dog served alongside troops from Britain's Special Boat Service (SBS) in the top-secret seven-and-a-half hour mission. He said: "I am extremely proud of Mali". 'He played a key role in breaking the stalemate that had begun to develop in the building, providing impetus for the host nation and United Kingdom forces to continue to fight and bring about a successful resolution'.
  • World Toilet Day being observed today

    World Toilet Day being observed today

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    According to government, under Swachh Bharat Mission, 52 million household toilets were built between October 2014 (since its launch) and November 2017. "Trump's slogan is "Make America Great Again" and our Prime Minister's credo is "Make in India", so I thought why not make a humble beginning honouring the friendship of the two", he said.