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Man City fear no one - Kyle Walker


Shearer is the all-time top goalscorer in the Premier League with 260 goals in 441 games for Newcastle United and Blackburn Rovers - 60 more than the next closest Wayne Rooney. The forward faced something of a battle to prove his worth to Guardiola, who demanded that the striker increase his work off the ball, and also lost his place in the Argentina starting line-up, as they struggle to qualify for next year's World Cup. Read More »

Saudi Arabia announces it will let women drive


The ban has long damaged Saudi Arabia's image overseas, where it had become a symbol of the kingdom's restrictions on women. King Salman and his young son and heir, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, have tested the waters though, allowing women into the country's main stadium in the capital, Riyadh , for national day celebrations this month. Read More »

Boz: Police shot mentally ill cousin 18 times


When police located Russell Jr., they say they attempted to contact him for over two hours, before activating a special response team to the scene. However, T-Boz refuted that idea, writing that her cousin had been killed in an example of excessive force by police, who didn't have their body cams on during the incident. Read More »

Couple Arrested of 9 Month Old Baby Dead in SC


According to Capt. Joey Crosby with the Myrtle Beach Police Department, the shooting happened around 7:03 p.m., in the area of Spivey Apartments, located at Kings Street and Spivey Avenue. The mother of a baby and her boyfriend have been arrested and charged with homicide by child abuse in connection with the case of the missing 11-month-old, police said Sunday. Read More »

Dreamers eligible for DACA renewal, free representation under local law firm


Lawmakers from both parties have publically stated their support for finding a permanent legislative solution for the so-called DREAMers and polling finds that Americans overwhelmingly support that action. Now more than ever, our Indiana Congressional delegation must act to protect DACA recipients who have gone to school here, paid taxes, stayed out of trouble and have known no other home but Indiana. Read More »

Los Angeles Police searching for possible kidnapping victim


The video shows a man exit a grey sedan and accost a woman walking on the sidewalk. The footage shows a man stop his auto in the middle of the road and approach a woman on the sidewalk. Surveillance video shows the victim kicking her legs in protest. The vehicle then pulls away. Witnesses said they heard someone yelling for help. Read More »

South Korea insists USA wants peace on peninsula


North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho also staged the latest episode of the verbal war in NY on Monday, after saying that the US President's statement to the United Nations, in which he threatened to "totally destroy North Korea", was a declaration of war against his country. Read More »

No sufficient progress in Brexit talks — European Union official Tusk


The government has dropped its "have cake and eat it" approach to Brexit , Donald Tusk said today, but there has not been enough progress to move on to trade negotiations. But Tusk says he is "cautiously optimistic" that the divorce negotiations can move forward. May said: "I think that by being creative in the ways that we approach these issues we can find solutions that work both for the remaining 27 but also for the United Kingdom". Read More »

US Treasury Adds Eight North Korean Banks to Sanctions List


The penalties underscore the reach of North Korea's financial connections despite an onerous array of restrictions already imposed on the country by the United States and the United Nations . The action is part of a larger administration effort to constrict capital flows into North Korea that US officials and defectors say are used by the government to fund its banned nuclear weapons and missile programs. Read More »

Proposed auto insurance plan could cut rates by 50%


Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson, who was seriously injured in a 2012 crash and who holds sway with GOP legislators in Detroit's northern suburbs, called the bill a "robbery" that would benefit high-paid insurance executives. A driver with basic coverage could save closer to 50 percent. Duggan has teamed up with House Speaker Tom Leonard and Rep. Lana Theis, Chair of the Michigan House Committee on Insurance. Read More »

MoS Home Hansraj Ahir slams Varun Gandhi for his Rohingya comment


Ahir said "no nationalist" would support Gandhi, reported India Today . Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir reacted sharply to the article saying, "Anyone who has national interest in mind, won't make such statements". Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh had last week reiterated that government is firm in its decision to deport Rohingya Muslim refugees to Myanmar. Read More »

Roll out Rs 50k-crore infra funds, Kerala urges Sharjah Sultan


The ruler was in Thiruvananthapuram to receive an honorary D.Litt degree from the University of Calicut. Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi, on Sunday, arrived in Kerala on a five-day visit. As part of the project, the government intends to start global public schools, engineering college, medical college, skill development centres and other centres of excellence. Read More »

Twitter won't bar Donald Trump from tweeting because of 'newsworthiness'


So in the end, at least according to the reading of those tweets, Twitter isn't prepared to do anything about what that the president is tweeting - at North Korea , NFL players, Hillary Clinton, CNN or anyone else. In a series of tweets aimed to deflect the ensuing row among users, Twitter sought to clarify its rules: "Some of you have been asking why we haven't taken down the tweet". Read More »

Oxford student Lavinia Woodward spared jail for knife attack


James Sturman QC, defending, criticised media coverage of Miss Woodward's case, adding: "After the last occasion it was said she was too clever to go to prison". "Principally, at the age of 24 you have no previous convictions of any nature whatsoever", Pringle said, according to Sky News . The attack took place in December 2016 in Woodward's residence with her boyfriend Thomas Fairclough. Read More »

Crude oil rallies amid talk of OPEC production cut deal extension


However, this is about 10 times what they were in the same period past year. "On the basis of the current IEA estimates, the oil market is more or less balanced in the second half of the year", said Commerzbank in a note. "Two to three years ago, we were talking about the end of the industrialization cycle in the emerging market and as a result gasoline demand growth would drive the barrels rather than distillate, but 2017 is different". Read More »

Sessions Vows DOJ Will Defend Free Speech Rights on College Campuses


Sessions likened the tactics exhibited by some to those used by the Ku Klux Klan. The event is scheduled to take place at noon. The comments were a direct aim at Colin Kaepernick, an National Football League player who took a knee past year to protest the killings of unarmed black people by police. Read More »

Mass grave of 45 Hindus killed by Rohingya militants found in Myanmar


More than 420,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh since August 25. He added that Turkey's idea of locally procuring some aid packages is a constructive one. Stressing that militancy and radical activities should be confronted, Siddiki said Bangladesh is also fully committed to supporting the worldwide community to maintain global peace and the fight against extremism. Read More »

Palestinian government to visit Gaza in reunification step


Hamas said a week ago that it had agreed to steps toward resolving the split with Abbas's Fatah, announcing it would dissolve a body seen as a rival government - known as the administrative committee - and was ready to hold elections. This also led to a decade of escalating Israeli blockades of Gaza. Repeated attempts at forging a Palestinian unity government have failed since Hamas seized control of Gaza in 2007. Read More »

Russian Federation urges Facebook to comply with law or face ban in 2018


Encrypted messenger service Telegram, founded by once-feted online ally of the Russian opposition Pavel Durov, has already coalesced to the law. "The law is mandatory for everyone, and therefore there is no doubt - in any case, we will either achieve the law to be implemented, or the company will stop working in Russian Federation, as, unfortunately, happened with LinkedIn". Read More »

Corruption conviction overturned for Dean Skelos


The corruption conviction of former Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos on Tuesday was overturned by a federal appeals court, dealing yet another blow to the prosecutors who had sought to crack down on Albany's unseemly way of doing business. Read More »

Up to 13000 descend on Brighton for Labour Party Conference


Labour MP Wes Streeting, said: "There are too many people in the party - including at the top - who have adopted an ostrich strategy, saying "this is not a problem, this is not an anti-Semitism issue". He said: "Do Labour have plan?" She also warned against Labour's new party rules creating "thought crime". "All groupings in the party should treat one another with respect". Read More »

Pakistani Army crosses LoC, attacks Indian post in J&K


Security forces today foiled a massive infiltration bid from across the border in the Keran sector of Line of Control (LoC). The intrusion by the BAT took place a day after the Indian Army busted a terrorist hideout in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara and apprehended huge amount of arms, ammunition and explosive materials. Read More »

London an 'open, welcoming and attractive destination for talented Indians', says mayor

He added: "They say, 'It's a clash of civilisations". The London Mayor and US President have previously shared tetchy exchanges, with Mr Khan criticising Mr Trump's travel bans from majority-Muslim countries. "There are many things about which Donald Trump is wrong". The mayor backed Owen Smith's leadership challenge in 2016 but said that at the general election "we made huge progress and credit must go to one person, the leader of our party, Jeremy Corbyn ". Read More »

NK failed to detect United States warplanes off east coast: NIS

We are prepared to use the full range of military capabilities to defend the USA homeland and our allies'. North Korea state media released the 99-second clip, hours after two US Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers flew off the hermit nation's coast in an apparent show of strength. Read More »

Macron seeks to marry EU vision with reality of German politics

She then abruptly left the room without answering any questions. Merkel's open-door refugee policy is largely blamed for her party's drop in support of about 10 per cent. Germany, Europe's biggest economy , has no tradition of minority governments, and Merkel has made clear she doesn't want to go that route. Now, she faces an unstable situation at home as she must form a coalition, an arduous process that could take months. Read More »

United faces Russian test without Fellaini

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has called for a "balanced" performance from his side as they prepare to face CSKA Moscow without three central midfielders. The midfielder was substituted and subsequently dropped, but he was not the only United player to be publicly shamed as Chris Smalling and Luke Shaw also found themselves in the firing line. Read More »

State could be hit hard by ACA repeal


Bipartisan agreement here could be a sign that Congress is ready to put political differences aside and instead work together to focus on repairing the Affordable Care Act without disrupting health care coverage for millions of Americans, the way the passage of Graham-Cassidy would. Read More »

Anthony Weiner sentenced to 21 months in jail


The 53-year-old had pleaded guilty in May to sending explicit photographs and messages to a 15-year-old high school student last year as his wife worked on Clinton's presidential campaign. As his sentence was announced Monday, the former Democratic congressman from NY dropped his head into his hand and wept, then stared straight ahead. Read More »

Trump expands travel ban to include North Korea, Venezuela and Chad


The restriction measures of the new decree are different in different countries. The text of the restrictions released on Sunday mentions officials at agencies including the Interior Ministry, the investigative police known as CICPC, the Saime passport and identification office, as well as the Foreign Ministry. Read More »