Monday, 24 September 2018

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Donald Trump lashes out over ‘phony’ Russia dossier claims

NEW YORK: Donald Trump attacked US intelligence agencies and the media as he denied explosive allegations about his ties to Russia, despite admitting for the first time that Moscow had likely meddled in the US election. Just over a week before he takes office, Trump said he had ceded “complete” ...

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Forth Road Bridge closed after lorry blows over in high winds

THE Forth Road Bridge has been in both directions after a lorry was blown over in high winds early this morning. Commuters face severe disruption after the vehicle was blown on its side from the northbound carriageway on the the southbound side around 2am. Drivers have been warned that there ...

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Russia accuses Britain of anti-Moscow ‘witch hunt’ plan

LONDON: The Russian embassy to Britain posted online an extraordinary attack on the Government, accusing it of planning to brief Donald Trump’s incoming United States administration against Moscow. It comes as Prime Minister Theresa May prepares for her first meeting with the US president-elect, expected in the spring, and Foreign ...

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Obama Warns Of Threats To Democracy In Farewell Address

WASHINGTON: “Tonight it’s my turn to say thanks,” President Obama said at the opening of his speech. He said he was addressing all Americans and thanking them for making him a “better president and a better man.” He teared up later in his farewell address while thanking his wife for being ...

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York: Girl, 15, is arrested over the death of a seven-year-old girl

YORKSHIRE: A mother sank to her knees and sobbed yesterday after her seven-year-old daughter was found with fatal injuries. The youngster was discovered in a grassy alleyway in an affluent suburb of York and later died in hospital. A 15-year-old girl has been arrested. Witnesses said the mother of the ...

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Tube strike hits millions of Londoners

LONDON: Millions of Londoners endured a chaotic start to the week on Monday after a strike shut down most of the Underground network, including many city centre stations. Clapham Junction, a major transport hub in the south of the capital, had to be evacuated in the morning rush hour due ...

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