Friday, 21 September 2018

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Boxer Amir Khan sacks father as manager, Faryal gets the blame

LONDON: Amir Khan’s bitter family feud has taken a turn for the worse, following his father’s very public sacking as the boxer’s manager.  Sajjad Khan, who has managed the 30-year old through the ups and downs of his career, reportedly feels “humiliated” by his son’s decision and blames daughter-in-law Faryal ...

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Fatal Llanbedrog car park shooting probe continues

WALES: Police are continuing to investigate the death of an 18-year-old man who was shot in a pub car park in Gwynedd. The incident happened at the Ship Inn in Llanbedrog just after 00:00 GMT on Sunday. The man, who was local to the area and said to be a ...

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Asked about Putin, Trump says US isn’t ‘so innocent’

WEST PALM BEACH: President Trump said he respects Vladimir Putin, and when told the Russian leader is ‘‘a killer,’’ Trump said the United States has many of them. ‘‘What do you think? Our country’s so innocent?’’ he told Bill O’Reilly in a Fox News interview aired Sunday on the Super ...

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Robbers jailed after stealing £350000 by exploding London ATMs

LONDON: Thousands of pounds worth of damage was caused in a number of separate attacks as the gang made £356,330 from eight successful raids at banks, post offices and shops. The robbers would pump the machines with gas which is normally used in welding, producing a high temperature flame of ...

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UK Home Secretary to look into MQM related police inquiries

BRADFORD: British Home Secretary Amber Rudd has promised that she will “look into” the various matters surrounding the investigations related to the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) in Britain and will provide answers. The Home Secretary made this promise during a meeting of the Home Affairs Select Committee while answering questions ...

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Trump appeal against Seattle judge’s travel ban ruling

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LONDON: The US justice department has filed a court motion against the suspension of President Trump’s travel ban on people from seven mainly Muslim nations. The move seeks to reverse Friday’s ruling by a federal judge in Washington state. Visa holders from the affected nations have been scrambling to get ...

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