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Police flood crime-hit Dale End after woman injured following 'disorder' 

Birmingham Mail
Victim sustained a facial injury and was taken to hospital... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:29:05 Categories: Affärsvärlden Birmingham Mail

Sheffield flypast pilot 'happy to honour' US airmen killed in plane crash 

Evening Standard
A fighter jet pilot who will be part of a memorial flypast to honour 10 American airmen who died when their plane crashed 75 years ago said she is happy to be "able to honour those" killed. The flypast was arranged after BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker met pensioner Tony Foulds during a walk in Sheffield. Mr Foulds witnessed the B-17 Flying Fortress, Mi Amigo, crash and explode in the park as the pilot tried to avoid him and his friends in...... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:27:23 Categories: Evening Standard STT

Tiger triplets earn their stripes at Taronga Zoo 

Sydney Morning Herald
With as few as 350 Sumatran tigers left in the wild, the brand new cubs - two females and a male - are an important success story for the rare species.... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:22:00 Categories: Affärsvärlden Sydney Morning Herald

Fizdale again bemoans Knicks players' 'Fortnite' obsession 

Sportress of Blogitude
David Fizdale is doubling down on a previous rant against "Fortnite," bemoaning how the popular video game continues to have a negative impact on some New York Knicks players. Back in December, Fizdale railed against the hold "Fortnite" has on some of his players, suggesting that staying up all hours of the night playing the game is disrupting their need for rest and a good night's sleep. Speaking to Mike Vorkunov of The Athletic, Fizdale...... read more

Remains found of Florida teen who may have witnessed 2017 murder 

NBC News
Jabez Spann, 14, was last seen at a vigil for murder victim Travis Combs, authorities said.... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:18:00 Categories: NBC News RTBF info - regions

Breakdancing tipped for inclusion at 2024 Olympics 

Breakdancing is one of four additional sports expected to be included at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris along with surfing, sport climbing and skateboarding, sources indicated Wednesday.... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:17:28 Categories: AFP TT Nyhetsbyrån

Dog owner 'not fit for firearms license' after pet shoots him with rifle 

Evening Standard
A man has been told by a German court that he is not fit to carry a firearms license after his dog shot him with a rifle. An earlier decision by Bavarian authorities to withdraw his license to own a rifle, as well as his hunting permit, was appealed by the man but this was dismissed by a Munich administrative court. The decision followed a 2016 incident in which the man's dog managed to release the trigger on a loaded rifle that was lying in his...... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:16:54 Categories: Evening Standard La Tribune

76ers' Embiid out at least a week with left knee soreness 

Philadelphia 76ers star center Joel Embiid will be out for at least a week as he rehabilitates left knee soreness, the team announced Wednesday. The Sixers announce Joel Embiid is out for a week due to left knee soreness, and that an MRI revealed no structural damage. They also announced Furkan Korkmaz has torn his meniscus, and is out indefinitely - further weakening Philly's thin rotation. - Tim Bontemps...... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:16:40 Categories: RTBF Sportsnaut culture - arts

Shamima Begum 'not a Bangladesh citizen' declare officials in dispute with UK government 

Liverpool Echo
Ms Begum can only be stripped of her UK citizenship if she finds citizenship elsewhere... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:16:36 Categories: Liverpool Echo TT Nyhetsbyrån

Sydney duo charged over $36m ice plot 

Two men have been charged over an alleged plot to smuggle 40kg of the drug ice into Sydney, following a months-long police investigation.... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:15:00 Categories: AAP Birmingham Mail

Conspiracy theorist hits back after Australia revokes visa 

The Guardian
Former British footballer and sports broadcaster just hours away from boarding flight for speaking tour... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:13:00 Categories: TT Nyhetsbyrån The Guardian

PM hopes for 'significant progress' towards a new deal in the coming days 

The Independent
Theresa May hopes to win "significant progress" towards a new Brexit deal in the coming days allowing her to ask the commons to show backing for her strategy early next week. Over the next four days she aims to make headway with EU negotiators on a new approach, before attempting to win support from key European leaders at a summit on Sunday. Claims that the prime minister may put a full new deal to parliament early next week were downplayed by government insiders, but it is likely that Ms May will table a motion asking MPs to back her approach as she takes it forward - something that would show Brussels she has the support of a working majority in the commons. Read more Pound falls from two-week highs after Tory MPs quit party over Brexit The prime minister met EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday night to begin the new push for progress in the UK's Brexit negotiations. A Downing Street spokesman said: "Subsequent to that you can expect the [Brexit secretary Stephen Barclay] and the attorney general [Geoffrey Cox] to be having a detailed discussions with Michel Barnier in coming days. "What we need to achieve is legally binding changes which satisfy parliament that we will not be stuck in the backstop indefinitely and you can expect for them to be wishing to have detailed discussions about that." The Independent understands that Mr Cox has now prepared draft proposals for a legally binding "codicil", which would be attached to the existing withdrawal agreement, offering additional clarity as to the temporary nature of the "Irish backstop". The sticking point to Ms May winning full support from her party for her deal has always been the backstop, an arrangement to ensure the Irish border remains open after Brexit, but one that would see the UK potentially locked into an indefinite customs arrangement at the end of 2020 if no new trade deal is signed. The backstop was sealed in the withdrawal agreement signed off by EU leaders in 2018 and which they have refused to reopen. The potential advantage of the codicil is that it could provide legally-binding additional words to the agreement without needing to reopen it. In one sign that progress is not going as quickly as Number 10 would like, a speech from Mr Cox, in which he was expected to sell his new idea to MPs, will likely not take place this week. But senior officials said the prime minister will be attending a two-day EU-League of Arab States summit in the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm el Sheikh starting on Sunday. Around 20 EU leaders are expected to take part, including German chancellor Angela Merkel and Irish premier Leo Varadkar, and Ms May is expected to hold a series of one-to-one meetings on the margins of the main summit. Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says Labour will only back Brexit referendum 'in extremis' But it is more about garnering support than reaching a deal, with a government official saying: "This isn't a European Council meeting and this isn't somewhere that European Council decisions are going to be made." It means that it is unlikely that the prime minister will be able to put a new deal to a "meaningful vote" of parliament next week and instead she will face another round of attempts by backbenchers to put forward alternative plans to be voted on 27 February. If, as last time, there is a motion placed that would allow MPs to seize control of the parliamentary agenda and seek to delay Brexit, she could face resignations form the ministerial ranks if she stops frontbenchers backing it. The prime minister's aides hope that enough progress can be secured in the coming days to allow them to put a motion down on 27 February backing her strategy instead, in a bid to cement support behind it and avoid cross-party groups of MPs seizing control.... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:11:00 Categories: Money The Independent

Suspect Caught In 1973 Calif. Murder Of Girl Thanks To DNA Evidence 

CBS Los Angeles
In July 1973, Linda Ann O'Keefe disappeared while walking home from summer school. The following day, she was found strangled to death in Back Bay.... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:10:00 Categories: ABC News CBS Los Angeles

Derek Hatton has been suspended from Labour just TWO days after he was let back into the party 

Manchester Evening News
Labour would not be drawn on on the matter, with a party spokesman stating: "We do not comment on individual members."... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:09:41 Categories: Manchester Evening News TT Nyhetsbyrån

Fortnite Live festival: Epic Games sues organisers over 'scam' Norwich event 

Evening Standard
The creators of Fortnite have launched legal proceedings against the organisers of a "scam" Fortnite Live event which was compared to Fyre Festival. Exciting Events ran the event, which was slammed by parents whose children were forced to queue for hours to use "overpriced" and "underwhelming" attractions. The event firm immediately ceased trading on Tuesday after Epic Games confirmed they had "issued a claim" in the High Court. In an email to...... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:09:26 Categories: Evening Standard francetv info

Experts weigh in on ISIS bride citizenship 

The Guardian
Sajid Javid ordered 19-year-old to be deprived of UK citizenship. Experts give their opinion... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:06:00 Categories: Nyheter24 The Guardian

Cardiff, Nantes reach agreement over extension for Sala payment 

Cardiff City and Nantes have reached an agreement to delay payment of the first installment of the £15-million fee for deceased striker Emiliano Sala until Feb. 27, according to the Press Association. The Welsh club agreed to part with a club-record sum for Sala on Jan. 19 but, after the player had said farewell to his former Nantes teammates and friends in the French village of Carquefou, he was killed when a plane bringing him to Cardiff...... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:05:48 Categories: TT Nyhetsbyrån theScore

US says Alabama woman who joined ISIS can't return 

Associated Press
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says an Alabama woman who left home to join the Islamic State group in Syria is not a U.S. citizen and will not be allowed to return to the United States.... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:05:00 Categories: AAP Associated Press

Man accused of pulling gun on black teens pleads not guilty, doesn't show for court 

Tribune News Service
MIAMI - The man accused of pulling a gun on black teenager protesters on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, then using racial slurs, pleaded not guilty on Wednesday, although he did not appear in a courtroom packed with supporters of the victims.&nbsp;... read more

National Geographic reaches 100 million Instagram followers 

Relaxnews (AFP)
National Geographic has joined an exclusive list made up of celebrities like Beyoncé and Kim Kardashian to break the 100-million mark on Instagram, becoming the first brand to reach the nine-digit milestone. Photos uploaded to the account are taken by NatGeo's network of professional photographers around the world and are accompanied by lengthy captions that explain the significance and context of the subjects. A series of powerful portraits capturing ...... read more
20. helmikuuta 2019 23:04:05 Categories: Relaxnews (AFP) The Hollywood Reporter
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