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Goal.com
Romelu Lukaku aiming to emulate Cristiano RonaldoManchester United news: - Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe Lukaku
Goal.com / Posted 7 minutes ago
Manchester United news: - Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe Lukaku aiming to emulate Ronaldo at Man Utd The newly-signed striker wants to get to the level of the four-time Ballon d'Or... Read more
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Goal.com
Jose Mourinho crashes Jesse Lingard interviewWATCH: - Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe WATCH: Mourinho crashes
Goal.com / Posted 7 minutes ago
WATCH: - Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe WATCH: Mourinho crashes Lingard interview The Red Devils manager showed his funny side on Monday, interrupting the attacker's interview with... Read more
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Western Advocate
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downbecause people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of addition
Western Advocate / Posted 8 minutes ago
because people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of additional deaths in winter can be attributed to cold homes.” Critics of Mr Kelly said the WHO figures were largely gathered in Europe where winters are more severe. The L... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downbecause people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of addition
Kiama Independent / Posted 10 minutes ago
because people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of additional deaths in winter can be attributed to cold homes.” Critics of Mr Kelly said the WHO figures were largely gathered in Europe where winters are more severe. The L... Read more
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Manning River Times
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downbecause people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of addition
Manning River Times / Posted 11 minutes ago
because people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of additional deaths in winter can be attributed to cold homes.” Critics of Mr Kelly said the WHO figures were largely gathered in Europe where winters are more severe. The L... Read more
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Daily Herald
US stock indexes mixed ahead of busy earnings weekthis year steady at 3.5 percent, but that masks some movements underneath. It r
Daily Herald / Posted 12 minutes ago
this year steady at 3.5 percent, but that masks some movements underneath. It raised its forecast for economic growth in Europe, Japan and China. But it also cut its outlook for the United States on the assumption that politicians in Washington... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Asian stock indexes mixed amid caution on earnings, politicsgrowth this year steady at 3.5 percent, but that masks some variation. It raise
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 13 minutes ago
growth this year steady at 3.5 percent, but that masks some variation. It raised its forecast for economic growth in Europe, Japan and China, but cut its outlook for the United States on the assumption that politicians in Washington won't be... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downbecause people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of addition
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 13 minutes ago
because people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of additional deaths in winter can be attributed to cold homes.” Critics of Mr Kelly said the WHO figures were largely gathered in Europe where winters are more severe. The L... Read more
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DW
Fresh US Russia sanctions could tie Donald Trump’s hands, but strain transatlantic ties |in the US, this is a pretty extraordinary development”, said Jeffrey Anderson,
DW / Posted 22 minutes ago
in the US, this is a pretty extraordinary development”, said Jeffrey Anderson, director of the Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown University. That a Republican-controlled Congress, specifically the House of Representatives... Read more
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The North West Star
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downbecause people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of addition
The North West Star / Posted 25 minutes ago
because people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of additional deaths in winter can be attributed to cold homes.” Critics of Mr Kelly said the WHO figures were largely gathered in Europe where winters are more severe. The L... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Cary men selling used FBI surveillance van on eBayit spent many hours on stakeouts. Senfaldas is no stranger to interesting vehi
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 27 minutes ago
it spent many hours on stakeouts. Senfaldas is no stranger to interesting vehicles. He and Abilon are both immigrants from Europe, and Senfaldas owns an exotic European car club in the Triangle. He also runs the Triangle meetup for the BMW Car Club... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downbecause people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of addition
Daily Liberal / Posted 30 minutes ago
because people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of additional deaths in winter can be attributed to cold homes.” Critics of Mr Kelly said the WHO figures were largely gathered in Europe where winters are more severe. The L... Read more
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Money Management
Templeton sees value stocks outside UShistory in terms of duration, the US economic cycle looks vulnerable as post-el
Money Management / Posted 31 minutes ago
history in terms of duration, the US economic cycle looks vulnerable as post-election euphoria fades.” At the same time, Europe was recovering from its double-dip recession, with improving fundamentals in the real economy and at the corporate... Read more
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The Washington Times
Kurdistan security requires international partnershipsParliament and government of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). Thanks to the
The Washington Times / Posted 32 minutes ago
Parliament and government of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). Thanks to the safe haven that the United States and its European allies created in 1991 to protect the displaced Kurdish population from Baghdad’s brutal attacks, the Kurds turned a... Read more
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The Border Mail
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downbecause people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of addition
The Border Mail / Posted 33 minutes ago
because people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of additional deaths in winter can be attributed to cold homes.” Critics of Mr Kelly said the WHO figures were largely gathered in Europe where winters are more severe. The L... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downbecause people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of addition
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 37 minutes ago
because people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of additional deaths in winter can be attributed to cold homes.” Critics of Mr Kelly said the WHO figures were largely gathered in Europe where winters are more severe. The L... Read more
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soccernews
WATCH: Mourinho crashes Lingard interviewmust keep their performances up to stay on Mourinho’s good side. United face B
soccernews / Posted 39 minutes ago
must keep their performances up to stay on Mourinho’s good side. United face Barca on Wednesday before returning to Europe for friendlies against Valerenga (July 30) and Sampdoria (August 2), followed by the UEFA Super Cup showdown with... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Maker of panels in London fire says builders control usageflammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against inst
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 39 minutes ago
flammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against installing them in high-rises in the U.S. and Europe, Arconic sold millions of dollars of the flammable panels for use in projects Arconic knew were inappropriate and... Read more
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The Courier
Heat on Craig Kelly – but he is not backing downbecause people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of addition
The Courier / Posted 40 minutes ago
because people’s immune system is down, and they say 30-40 per cent of additional deaths in winter can be attributed to cold homes.” Critics of Mr Kelly said the WHO figures were largely gathered in Europe where winters are more severe. The L... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Maker of panels in London fire says builders control usageflammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against inst
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 43 minutes ago
flammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against installing them in high-rises in the U.S. and Europe, Arconic sold millions of dollars of the flammable panels for use in projects Arconic knew were inappropriate and... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Maker of panels in London fire says builders control usageflammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against inst
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 43 minutes ago
flammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against installing them in high-rises in the U.S. and Europe, Arconic sold millions of dollars of the flammable panels for use in projects Arconic knew were inappropriate and... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Maker of panels in London fire says builders control usageflammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against inst
KHQ Spokane / Posted 43 minutes ago
flammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against installing them in high-rises in the U.S. and Europe, Arconic sold millions of dollars of the flammable panels for use in projects Arconic knew were inappropriate and... Read more
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The Economic Times
In Google vs the EU, a $2.7 billion fine could just be the startGoogle's parent company Alphabet can easily afford the $2.7 billion write-down
The Economic Times / Posted 44 minutes ago
Google's parent company Alphabet can easily afford the $2.7 billion write-down it's taking to cover a big antitrust fine in Europe. But it might find it harder to shrug off the rest of the European regulatory assault that's headed its way. In June,... Read more
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The Economic Times
Doklam standoff: A look at key background of the disputebeen frustrated with India's refusal to sign onto a massive effort to build rai
The Economic Times / Posted 44 minutes ago
been frustrated with India's refusal to sign onto a massive effort to build railways, ports and roads reaching from Asia to Europe and the Middle East. The project includes a China-Pakistan economic development program aimed at absorbing as much as... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
Maker of panels in London fire says builders control usageflammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against inst
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted 44 minutes ago
flammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against installing them in high-rises in the U.S. and Europe, Arconic sold millions of dollars of the flammable panels for use in projects Arconic knew were inappropriate and... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Maker of panels in London fire says builders control usageflammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against inst
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 46 minutes ago
flammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against installing them in high-rises in the U.S. and Europe, Arconic sold millions of dollars of the flammable panels for use in projects Arconic knew were inappropriate and... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Maker of panels in London fire says builders control usageflammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against inst
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 47 minutes ago
flammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against installing them in high-rises in the U.S. and Europe, Arconic sold millions of dollars of the flammable panels for use in projects Arconic knew were inappropriate and... Read more
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WA Today
Poland's president deals blow to PM, vetoing bills that sparked protestsfollowed eight days of nationwide protests by tens of thousands of Poles in def
WA Today / Posted 47 minutes ago
followed eight days of nationwide protests by tens of thousands of Poles in defence of court independence, a debate in the European Union over how to confront members who flout democratic values, and a threat of sanctions by the bloc against its... Read more
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ABC Montana
Maker of panels in London fire says builders control usageflammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against inst
ABC Montana / Posted 49 minutes ago
flammability of the Reynobond PE panels, resulting in prohibitions against installing them in high-rises in the U.S. and Europe, Arconic sold millions of dollars of the flammable panels for use in projects Arconic knew were inappropriate and... Read more
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The Age
Poland's president deals blow to prime minister, unexpectedly vetoing bills that sparked protestsfollowed eight days of nationwide protests by tens of thousands of Poles in def
The Age / Posted 52 minutes ago
followed eight days of nationwide protests by tens of thousands of Poles in defence of court independence, a debate in the European Union over how to confront members who flout democratic values, and a threat of sanctions by the bloc against its... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Poland's president deals blow to prime minister, unexpectedly vetoing bills that sparked protestsfollowed eight days of nationwide protests by tens of thousands of Poles in def
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 54 minutes ago
followed eight days of nationwide protests by tens of thousands of Poles in defence of court independence, a debate in the European Union over how to confront members who flout democratic values, and a threat of sanctions by the bloc against its... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Amid protests, Polish leader puts brakes on judicial shakeupof the judiciary, a victory for peaceful protesters who had gathered by candlel
Hawaii News Now / Posted 59 minutes ago
of the judiciary, a victory for peaceful protesters who had gathered by candlelight every night for more than a week. The European Union criticized the bills as assaults on the democratic system of checks and balances and threatened to begin... Read more
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Goal.com
Jurgen Klopp unfazed by Jose Mourinho, Manchester United - Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe Klopp unfazed by Mourinho, Man
Goal.com / Posted an hour ago
- Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe Klopp unfazed by Mourinho, Man Utd The Reds manager is staying calm amid the club's quiet transfer window, while he is unfazed by the Red... Read more
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BBC News
Poland court reforms: PM Beata Szydlo vows to fight for changeto the streets across Poland in protest. Mr Duda said he made his decision aft
BBC News / Posted an hour ago
to the streets across Poland in protest. Mr Duda said he made his decision after consulting legal experts and judges. The European Commission had threatened to impose sanctions this week if the changes were not scrapped. European Council President... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
AP Explains: India and China face off in border standoffbeen frustrated with India's refusal to sign onto a massive effort to build rai
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted an hour ago
been frustrated with India's refusal to sign onto a massive effort to build railways, ports and roads reaching from Asia to Europe and the Middle East. The project includes a China-Pakistan economic development program aimed at absorbing as much as... Read more
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The World Game
Mourinho crashes Lingard's Man United interviewmust keep their performances up to stay on Mourinho's good side. United face B
The World Game / Posted an hour ago
must keep their performances up to stay on Mourinho's good side. United face Barca on Thursday (AEST) before returning to Europe for friendlies against Valerenga (July 30) and Sampdoria (August 2), followed by the UEFA Super Cup showdown with... Read more
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Variety
‘Santoalla’One morning in 1997 after a two-year-long sojourn around Europe in a camper van
Variety / Posted an hour ago
One morning in 1997 after a two-year-long sojourn around Europe in a camper van, Dutch couple Martin Verfondern and Margo Pool woke up on a hillside in Galicia, in northern Spain and decided they’d found home. The village — little more than a... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
TRC meetings bulletin 25 July 2017of interest from today’s meetings of two of the Council’s key committees, Conse
Scoop.co.nz / Posted an hour ago
of interest from today’s meetings of two of the Council’s key committees, Consents & Regulatory, and Policy & Planning:Europeans abuzz at Taranaki schemeTaranaki’s riparian management programme, a Council-farmer partnership to fence and plant... Read more
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Breitbart
Thousands March for Internet Freedom in Moscowon free speech in advance of the next presidential election. Estimates of the
Breitbart / Posted an hour ago
on free speech in advance of the next presidential election. Estimates of the crowd size range from “hundreds” (Radio Free Europe) to “more than 2,000” (Australia’s ABC News). Suffice to say that the streets of Moscow were not flooded with... Read more
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Orange County Business Journal
Vans Up in Q2parent VF Corp., posted a 9% uptick in revenue in its second quarter, which end
Orange County Business Journal / Posted an hour ago
parent VF Corp., posted a 9% uptick in revenue in its second quarter, which ended July 1. Its Americas business grew 9% as Europe rose 5% and the Asia region jumped 29% year-over-year. Vans’ direct-to-consumer channel was up 25%, of which... Read more
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Daily Mail
The real hero of Dunkirk: Courage of the pier-mastername of their forefather For a few harrowing days in May 1940, the most valuab
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
name of their forefather For a few harrowing days in May 1940, the most valuable piece of real estate anywhere in Western Europe was a 10ft-wide jetty stretching a few hundred yards from northern France into the English Channel. From this pier... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Next generationKraczynski (8-5), capping a three-match win streak. Ianiello, who will be trav
Barrie Examiner / Posted an hour ago
Kraczynski (8-5), capping a three-match win streak. Ianiello, who will be travelling to live and play tennis full-time in Europe in less than a month, showed those on hand a glimpse of his potential. The men’s doubles final featured Paul and Cole... Read more
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WA Today
Former WA premier Colin Barnett could quit politics in Septemberafter a number of gaffes, including saying the Pope was married and taking his
WA Today / Posted an hour ago
after a number of gaffes, including saying the Pope was married and taking his girlfriend on a taxpayer-funded trip to Europe. He quit politics in 2009, but at 48 is regarded as young enough to lead the party. But the problem is finding him a... Read more
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The Star
VW diesel cars lacking refit will lose their registrationdiesel scandal broke in September 2015. Nearly two years later, almost 5.5 mil
The Star / Posted 2 hours ago
diesel scandal broke in September 2015. Nearly two years later, almost 5.5 million of the 8.5 million affected models in Europe have been retrofitted, including 1.8 million cars in VW's German home market. But many drivers do not want their cars... Read more
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Goal.com
Messi, Suarez & Pique convince Neymar to stay - but Barca are eager to hear from the Brazilian& Pique convince Neymar to stay - but Barca are eager to hear from the Brazilia
Goal.com / Posted 2 hours ago
& Pique convince Neymar to stay - but Barca are eager to hear from the Brazilian - Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe The two South... Read more
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Rappler
Justin Bieber abruptly ends tourhonors war dead including convicted war criminals. Bieber has already played m
Rappler / Posted 2 hours ago
honors war dead including convicted war criminals. Bieber has already played more than 150 shows on the tour across the Americas and Europe as well as in Australia, India, Israel, New Zealand, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates. – Rappler... Read more
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The Columbian
Polish leader puts brakes on shake-up of judiciaryof the judiciary, a victory for peaceful protesters who had gathered by candlel
The Columbian / Posted 2 hours ago
of the judiciary, a victory for peaceful protesters who had gathered by candlelight every night for more than a week. The European Union criticized the bills as assaults on the democratic system of checks and balances and threatened to begin... Read more
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Web Host Industry Review
Alphabet Falls on Concern About Rising Google Traffic Coststo $21.61 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Profit was also ham
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 2 hours ago
to $21.61 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Profit was also hammered by a record antitrust fine from the European Union. The main Google division generated revenue of $22.67 billion in the latest period, but 22 percent of that... Read more
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BBC News
Refugee children on Lesbos helped to face fear of drowning'Blue no good!' For Sahaar, 15, and her five-year-old brother Satria, their jo
BBC News / Posted 2 hours ago
'Blue no good!' For Sahaar, 15, and her five-year-old brother Satria, their journey from Afghanistan to the gates of Europe ended in tragedy when their mother and two brothers aged eight and 12 were washed overboard. "Sahaar screamed every... Read more
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BBC News
Erdogan threatens to scrap EU-Turkey migrant dealscrap EU-Turkey migrant deal Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threat
BBC News / Posted 2 hours ago
scrap EU-Turkey migrant deal Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to tear up a key migrant deal with the European Union. He said the EU could "forget about" Turkey re-admitting failed asylum seekers who had reached Europe via... Read more
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