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Alexis Sánchez Walks Out Of Arsenal Training After Argument With Teammates

Alexis Sánchez Walks Out Of Arsenal Training After Argument With Teammates As Tottenham's fans celebrated Harry Kane's second goal in their team's 3-2 win over Everton on Sunday, it was easy to hear the defiant edge to their songs. Amazingly, playing your best player makes your team better. Arsenal now find themselves 13 points behind Chelsea but one point ahead of Liverpool going into the match at Anfield, not that Wenger is giving up on the title. [Full Article...]

Mother killed in Warwick fire identified

Mother killed in Warwick fire identified At least 16 fire departments from the area helped battle the blaze. "I've known them since they moved to town six or eight years ago". The two parents were part of the town government. Fire officials have not identified the victims or survivors. The identities of the victims was not immediately released. They were taken to a hospital in Keene, New Hampshire and are expected to survive. [Full Article...]

China talks of bartering land in Arunachal Pradesh to settle boundary dispute

Though China had earlier opposed the Tibetan leader's visit, citing it will seriously "damage" bilateral ties, India facilitated the visit and deputed a government official to assist the Dalai Lama, who is expected to visit Arunachal Pradesh's Tawang monastery after eight years between April 4 and 13. [Full Article...]

Erdogan makes Nazi jibe over Germany ban

Erdogan makes Nazi jibe over Germany ban Authorities in Cologne also withdrew permission for rallies where Turkey's Nihat Zeybekci, economy minister, was due to speak. "Your practices are not different from the Nazi practices of the past", Erdogan said on Sunday in Istanbul at a campaign for the referendum. [Full Article...]

Francois Fillon says staying in French presidential race

Penelope Fillon said she had urged him to "go all the way" amid widespread calls for him to drop out of the race and a wave of resignations by campaign staff and defections of supporters . Polls now show he would be eliminated in the first round, leaving far-right leader Marine Le Pen and 39-year-old centrist Emmanuel Macron to contest the May 7 runoff. [Full Article...]

Obama Spokesman Says President Trump's Wiretapping Claim Is 'Simply False'

Obama Spokesman Says President Trump's Wiretapping Claim Is 'Simply False' Turned down by court earlier. A former senior US official told CNN on Saturday that Obama's Justice Department was never investigating Trump , and that the president's phones were never tapped. The statement did not say whether President Trump or his associates were surveilled as part of any Justice Department probe. "It is false. Wrong", a former official told CNN . [Full Article...]

Third US Jewish Cemetery Vandalized

Third US Jewish Cemetery Vandalized Vice President Mike Pence condemned "vile act of vandalism" at a suburban St. Louis Jewish cemetery, where more than 150 headstones were damaged during last month. It is the fifth wave of bomb threats against Jewish community centres and institutions since January. "I am interested in using this vantage point to look at the world in a way we wouldn't otherwise", he said. [Full Article...]

French presidential candidate Fillon's home searched as part of investigation

French presidential candidate Fillon's home searched as part of investigation Fillon's troubles have benefited centrist independent candidate Emmanuel Macron, who on Thursday announced his policy platform, including boosting European unity and combating populism and corruption. Le Pen - whose candidacy has not suffered from her legal woes - dismissed the investigation as "political maneuvering". He had earlier vowed to do so if charged. [Full Article...]

Bangladesh cafe attackers' 'spiritual leader' arrested

Bangladesh cafe attackers' 'spiritual leader' arrested Dhaka - Investigators have arrested the so-called chief of a faction of Islamic militant group blamed for last year's deadly attack on a restaurant in Dhaka's Gulshan diplomatic zone, police said. The counter-terrorism unit of Bangladesh police has arrested a spiritual leader and head of an Islamist extremist group for allegedly inspiring and urging his supporters to kill foreign tourists in the c... [Full Article...]

McDonald's Heads Back to Its Roots

McDonald's will start to roll out "mobile order and pay" in the fourth quarter and have it available at all of its roughly 14,000 US restaurants by year-end, Chris Kempczinski, president of McDonald's United States of America, said at the company's investor meeting in Chicago on Wednesday. [Full Article...]

Rally in Cleveland for Donald Trump spirited, but peaceful

Rally in Cleveland for Donald Trump spirited, but peaceful Multiple Trump supporters yelled at protesters to "get on the bus" and "go back to Mexico" before moving toward a massive bridge prop referred to as the "unity bridge" to listen to several speeches. We know the law, but not the spelling of the mayor's name, but don't worry about that, just impeach her! Trump supporters planned rallies across the state amid similar nationwide demonstrations, includ... [Full Article...]

Murray River Tragedy: Missing Boy's Body Found At Moama

Murray River Tragedy: Missing Boy's Body Found At Moama Earlier , Fairfax Media reported the woman appeared via video-link in a Bendigo court on Friday where a detective said she'd "made full admissions about her role and told police of her "intention to kill both children". A search was launched to find the missing child, who was last seen in the water. The court heard how she allegedly told witnesses the night before the incident that she "had to dro... [Full Article...]

'There Will Be More Killings': Duterte Committed to Merciless War on Drugs

'There Will Be More Killings': Duterte Committed to Merciless War on Drugs We asked him how he was able to track the police killing squads. "Masked gunmen taking part in killings appeared to be working closely with the police, casting doubt on government claims that the majority of killings have been committed by vigilantes or rival drug gangs". [Full Article...]

Theresa May to resist giving more powers to Scotland post-Brexit

Theresa May to resist giving more powers to Scotland post-Brexit However, across the whole United Kingdom, 52% voted to leave. She wrote: 'The SNP will always try to denigrate our United Kingdom to further their obsession with independence. May said that "time and again the benefits of the Union - of doing together, collectively, what would be impossible to do apart - are clear". "They want an SNP government getting on with the job". [Full Article...]

White House staff told to save Russia-related materials

White House press secretary Sean Spicer told the New York Times , "The only new piece of information that has come to light is that political appointees in the Obama administration have sought to create a false narrative to make an excuse for their own defeat in the election". [Full Article...]

Cuomo set for Israel visit in support of Jewish community

So far, all of these threats have turned out to be hoaxes. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA also released a statement, saying that they condemn the vandalism and that they stand in solidarity with Jewish Americans. "I'm confident that we will find the people behind this illegality and ugliness", Cuomo said. No bombs were found. Cuomo brands the threats "repugnant to everything we believe as Ne... [Full Article...]

Frustrated member resigns from papal sex-abuse commission

Frustrated member resigns from papal sex-abuse commission Irish abuse survivor Marie Collins accused the Vatican yesterday (Wednesday) of "shameful" resistance to combating the practice in the Catholic Church as she resigned from a key panel set up by Pope Francis to deal with the problem. Collins is the third of Francis' 17 original appointees to the commission to leave its work. Another high-profile survivor and advocate, who expressed frustration with... [Full Article...]

Series of U.S. airstrikes in central Yemen

This raid on al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula site has become controversial following the death of Navy SEAL William "Ryan" Owens, whose father has demanded an investigation into the approval and execution of the January operation. But the militant group has exploited a power vacuum created by two years of war between Yemen's Saudi-backed government and rebels who control the capital to consoli... [Full Article...]

Egyptians Celebrate as Mubarak Acquitted Over Deaths of 'Protesters'

The Court of Cassation, Egypt's top highest tribunal, was Thursday hearing the case at a makeshift courtroom in the Police Academy on Cairo outskirts. Many Egyptians who lived through Mubarak's rule view it as a period of autocracy and crony capitalism. When the charges against him were read out, he responded: "It did not happen". [Full Article...]

Trump's order on HBCUs copies Obama and offers nothing new

He said this move by Trump "gives it more substance". "If you're in the room with the president and you're president of HBCU, it's such a wasted opportunity". Gasman said. "That's really important". The HBCU officials are now seeking added support from the administration, amid sagging enrollments, crumbling infrastructure, and a lack of opportunity and tools for students to be more competitive i... [Full Article...]


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