Friday, 18 August 2017

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Dutch to pay price for barring ministers: Erdogan

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ISTANBUL:  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned the Netherlands it would pay a price for preventing top ministers from holding rallies ahead of a referendum on expanding his powers, as a crisis escalated with Turkey’s key EU partners. Erdogan renewed hugely controversial accusations that the Netherlands – occupied by the ...

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Horrific domestic violence: UK woman repeatedly thrown down stairs

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BIRMINGHAM: A crippled victim of horrific domestic violence abuse has shared footage of her agonising assault in bid to curb violence against women. CCTV taken on December 20 last year showed 37-year-old man charging through the hallway of an apartment complex in Birmingham, England before dragging his girlfriend by her ...

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New rare £5 note sells for an incredible 60K Pound

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LONDON: The polymer £5 note was in such demand because it has a serial number starting AA01, making it one of the very first produced. The note was put up for sale by Piotr Sobczuk, from Telford, and its serial number AA01 444444 attracted 136 bids by the time it ...

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South Korean court throws president out of office; two die in protests

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SEOUL: South Korea’s Constitutional Court removed President Park Geun-hye from office over a graft scandal involving the country’s conglomerates at a time of rising tensions with North Korea and China. The ruling sparked protests from hundreds of her supporters, two of whom were killed in clashes with police outside the ...

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Kids interrupt dad’s live interview and its hilarious

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LONDON: This poor professor just got the dose of a lifetime. Remember folks! Never ever let your children storm into your room while you are on a live television. Professor Robert Kelly was a guest on BBC to discuss the impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-hye. The expert on ...

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Queen Elizabeth unveils Afghan and Iraq war memorial

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LONDON: Queen Elizabeth unveiled a memorial to British armed forces and civilians who served during recent wars in the Gulf, Afghanistan and Iraq and their work “to bring peace and stability”. Nearly 700 British service personnel were killed in the three conflicts from 1990-2015 while hundreds of thousands of Britons ...

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Father Shares Photos Of Daughter’s Final Moments

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CHESHIRE/WARRINGTON: A father has shared heartbreaking photos of his last moments with his teenage daughter after she hanged herself, in an attempt to end online bullying. Adrian Derbyshire, 42, has shared photos taken in the final minutes of 16-year-old daughter Julia’s life. Derbyshire found Julia collapsed in their home in ...

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Pakistani man marries Indian, now set for deportation

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NEW DELHI: In August 2015, a court sentenced him to one year in prison for overstaying. He fell in love with an Indian girl through the social media, came to this country to marry her, had a child with her and now he is about to be deported back to ...

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UN rights chief decries US immigration policies

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UNITED NATIONS: The United Nations human rights chief has warned that US President Donald Trump’s immigration policies could lead to collective expulsions of migrants that would amount to a breach of international law. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein said on March 8 that he was also ...

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