Raiders punter King kicks the most random things 

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Watch Oakland Raiders punter Marquette King kick everything from Bologna and birthday cakes.... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 13:14:09 Categories: Raiders Wire logo

All Ordinaries finish lower on Tuesday 

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The S&P/ASX 200 (Index:^AXJO)(ASX:XJO) and ALL ORDINARIES (Index:^AXAO) (ASX:XAO) finished lower on Tuesday.... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:59:41 Categories: The Motley Fool logo

James Brindley murder: Detectives hunt two men who fled scene after 'disagreement' with victim 

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James, 26, was stabbed in the heart as he walked home from Aldridge town centre... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:59:39 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Liverpool transfer rumours - Arsenal rebuff Reds' Oxlade-Chamberlain approach 

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A round-up of LFC transfer rumours and speculation from around the web... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:59:38 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Man City monitor Arsenal star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and more transfer rumours 

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Manchester City transfer news includes reports that Pep Guardiola wants a second Arsenal player to join Alexis Sanchez this summer.... read more
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Manchester United Alvaro Morata transfer delayed and more rumours 

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Man Utd transfer news includes updates on Alvaro Morata and Harry Kane as Jose Mourinho homes in on Nemanja Matic.... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:59:35 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Baby boy born in Chiswick police station car park named Bobby by grateful mum 

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A mother who gave birth in the car park of a west London police station has named her newborn baby Bobby as a thank you to the officers who rushed to her aid. Pregnant Rebecca Fox was on her way home from hospital on June 22 after not going into labour when expected. But during her journey home, Ms Fox began to have pains and told her mum Sandra, who was driving the car, to turn round and race back to the hospital. As they drove through Chiswick, Ms Fox felt she needed to push and within a few minutes could feel the baby's head. Her mother Sandra pulled into Chiswick Police Station car park in Hounslow, stopped the car and began to yell for help. Read more Firefighters help deliver baby on back seat of car in south London ?Jacky Brosnan, who works for the police, heard the shouting and saw Ms Fox in the car park. She alerted a police officer, Hammersmith and Fulham PC Holly Foran, and they rushed to help. "I heard a lady outside in the car park shouting, so I looked out of the window and there was another younger woman in the car with her feet on the dashboard," Ms Brosnan said. "It looked like she might be having a baby, "I ran down and grabbed a police officer who was walking up the stairs, we ran out. Within two minutes a baby boy was born. Read more London doctors save life of baby born FOUR MONTHS prematurely "Fortunately, just at that moment, a doctor walked by and asked if all was okay." While the doctor checked the baby and Ms Fox over, Ms Brosnan went to the nearby shop to pick up some supplies. Shortly afterwards, paramedics from the London Ambulance Service attended and took them to hospital. Ms Brosnan added: "They were both so grateful to us. Rebecca said she was going to call the baby Bobby, how sweet after giving birth right outside our station. "It was a beautiful start to the morning." Baby Bobby will be the newest addition to Ms Fox's family, joining older sister Marnie. Last week firefighters helped deliver a baby boy in south east London after a mother expectedly gave birth in the back seat of a car, while in April staff at London Bridge delivered a baby at the station.... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:59:33 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Samuel Smith's pub closes over swearing ban 

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A landlord reportedly threw out his pub's customers and locked the doors after a punter was overheard breaking a brewery's swearing ban. Samuel Smith's introduced an anti-bad language policy in April, vowing to ban swearing customers. Bemused drinkers were ordered to leave the Arlington Hotel, in Loftus, North Yorkshire, on Wednesday after the landlord overheard foul language in the beer garden. According to the Times, the manager burst through the doors of the pub and ordered "everybody out" before staff were told to clear the bar. One customer told the newspaper: "I had just called in for a couple of pints and I was talking to somebody at the bar. "Next thing, the door burst open and this man started shouting about the Sam Smith's policy on swearing. "He said he had been outside and heard somebody swear. Then he turned to the girl behind the bar and said 'Shut this bar and get everybody out'. The manager of Samuel Smith's other pub in Loftus, The Golden Lion, confirmed to The Times that the Arlington Hotel had closed on Wednesday night because of the swearing policy. He said the pub would open on Tuesday, with the same landlord and landlady.... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:59:31 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Nintendo announces mini Super Famicom for Japan 

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<p>Right on the tail of the SNES Mini Classic's announcement in the US and Europe, Nintendo has followed up with an equivalent product for Japan.</p>... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:59:29 Categories: The Verge logo

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Three women have been found dead at a unit on the affluent Ephraim Island on the Gold Coast.... read more
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Mitridate, re di Ponto, opera review: Superb spectacle from the young maestro 

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If Mitridate had been Mozart's only opera, he'd be no more than a footnote in operatic history, albeit a startling one: he was just 14 years old when he wrote the nearly four hours of music that the opera requires. Even if it never escapes opera seria convention, with its impenetrably tangled rivalries, both amorous and political, Mozart's music is charming, exciting, dramatically insightful. Much better was to come, but Mitridate is far more than mere juvenilia. Graham Vick's Royal Opera production - first seen on December 5 1991, exactly 200 years after Mozart's death - throws gender distinctions into disarray with cheerful abandon, matching seria artifice with its own volatile blend of Indian kathakali, Japanese kabuki and Western camp. Paul Brown's designs come up dazzlingly bright, while Ron Howell's choreography, involving a small platoon of supernumeraries, is exuberant and thrilling. It could all seem extraneous, were it not for Vick's skill in managing performers. Every singer is entirely part of the spectacle, their exaggerated movements and costumes made to seem entirely natural. So too is the singing, despite the monstrous demands Mozart makes. Lucy Crowe stands out for idiomatic vocal beauty married to refined stage presence, while Christophe Rousset, making his Royal Opera debut, conducts with panache to match the effervescence of the production. Until July 7, Royal Opera House; read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:44:37 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Birmingham City transfer rumour: The Henry Onyekuru saga could be about to come to an end 

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BCFC remain keen, but Everton, West Ham and Arsenal have been linked... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:44:36 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Love Island set for MASSIVE twist which could change everything 

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In news which will shock viewers, each of the couples are set to be SPLIT UP - with half the islanders having to pack their bags and move into a second, secret villa... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:44:34 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Liverpool escape Virgil van Dijk punishment 

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Insufficient evidence for Premier League to start disciplinary proceedings.... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:44:32 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

The lie being spread about a baby inside the Grenfell Tower 

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Thousands have fallen for a cruel lie disguised as a miraculous piece of good news... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:44:31 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Grenfell Tower death toll 'may have been covered up to stop a riot' 

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The number of people killed in the Grenfell Tower inferno could have been covered up due to fears of riots, a Labour MP has suggested. Tottenham MP David Lammy questioned the official figure of 79 people who are either known to have lost their lives or are missing, presumed dead. The MP admitted he had "no idea" if the number was being covered up but he was "sympathetic" to the theory. "What people say is that if you put the numbers out early, there could be civil unrest. That's what they say," he told BBC2's Newsnight. Residents were trapped inside the building. (Jeremy Selwyn) He added: "I am sympathetic to it, I am going to walk alongside those people." Asked if he thought the number of dead had not been released because of the potential for civil unrest, he said: "The truth is the media cycle is now beginning to move on to other things, that's the truth. "And so what people say is that in two, three weeks' time, if you start to reveal the numbers, things have moved on." Mr Lammy said there was a "gap" between what people in the west London borough where the blaze happened said they had seen and what the official figures showed. Read more Five-year-old Grenfell Tower victim choked to death on fire fumes "In one flat alone, people say there were up to 40 people gathering, because they gathered in the flat, it was Ramadan," he said. On June 23, the Met Police said it was still trying to clarify the number of people missing and presumed dead in the fire and appealed for people who may have information to come forward. Detective Superintendent Fiona McCormack said:"I do not want there to be any hidden victims of this tragedy. "We have been able to focus our efforts all through last weekend and this week to get much greater clarity on those who sadly died and those are still missing who I must now presume are dead. "That work has been focused on those people we have been told about - those people who were in Grenfell Tower that night or. who we have been told. have connections to Grenfell Tower. "I remain really concerned though that we do not have a complete picture. Video not available for syndication The Metropolitan Police make statement on the cause of the Grenfell Tower fire "There may well be people who no one has contacted us about - who they know were in the building or have close links to Grenfell Tower. She said: "We are not interested in people's reasons for not telling us sooner and as the Mayor has already said people should be not be nervous about contacting us. "The Home Office has assured us that they are not interested in people's immigration status and we are not interested in looking at that. "What we are interested in is that making sure we know who is missing and we take every possible step to establish if they are safe and well." Mr Lammy called on the Prime Minister and Metropolitan Police to seize all relevant Grenfell Tower documents in the aftermath of the disaster. He said: "When you have tragedies of this kind that could have been prevented, we know from Hillsborough and other affairs in our national life that governments, local authorities, big corporations, companies, the contractors - they cover their backs. "That's why I raised issues around the documentation." Anyone with information on people who may be missing in Grenfell should call the police incident room on 0800 032 4539... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:44:29 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Grenfell Tower: Residents demand investigation leaves 'no stone unturned' in letter to Theresa May 

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Residents have written to Prime Minister Theresa May demanding the Grenfell Tower disaster investigation leaves "no stone unturned". A letter written on behalf of the residents of Hurstway, Testerton, Barandon and Grenfell Walks on the Lancaster West estate to Mrs May and Home Secretary Amber Rudd, said they wanted to ensure "justice is served for everyone on the estate". The group, part of the Justice4Grenfell campaign, wrote: "The investigation must leave no stone unturned. "It must identify each and every individual and organisation who must bear responsibility and accountability for this tragedy and the mishandling of the aftermath. The PM previously said the support for families was 'not good enough' in the hours after the disaster. (Getty Images) "There must be swift recommendations to ensure there can be no chance of a repeat of this disaster elsewhere. "Bereaved families and survivors will require time to recover and grieve, not least in view of the paucity of support they have been afforded by the state and its agencies in the immediate aftermath." The fire, which started in a faulty Hotpoint fridge-freezer, is believed to have claimed the lives of 79 people who are either known to have died or are missing, presumed dead. The letter added: "We support the survivors and mourn the dead - they are our families, friends and neighbours, many of whom are still missing. "We want to ensure that justice is served for everyone on the estate. We therefore demand that our voices are heard and fully included in the public inquiry." The group would also like to see bereaved families and survivors given funding for legal representation in any inquiry. Inquests into the deaths of four people who perished in the Notting Hill inferno were opened and adjourned at Westminster Coroner's Court on Monday. Meanwhile, cladding on 75 tower blocks across 26 local authority areas has failed fire safety tests, the Government said.... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:44:28 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Police hunt 19-year-old over murder of teenager Khalid Safi in Acton 

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Police are hunting a young man in connection with the murder of an 18-year-old in west London. Khalid Safi, who lived in Southwark, was stabbed in the heart following an altercation on an Acton street on December 1 last year. He died in hospital after being knifed in Victoria Road, near the entrance to a hall of residence for the University of Art London. Detectives have now released a picture of 19-year-old Raza Khan who they want to question over the events of that evening. Victim: KhalidSafi was stabbed in the heart (Met Police) He is believed to still be in the UK and has links to various areas of London, including Acton, Wembley, Ilford, Friern Barnet and Tottenham. He also has links to Dover in Kent. Officers have urged anyone who knows or recognises Khan to contact them immediately. Detective Chief Inspector Sam Price, who is leading the investigation, said: "We are continuing our appeal for information about this fatal stabbing. We believe that some witnesses to the fatal stabbing or the moments leading up to it have not yet come forward and we would urge them to make contact with police as soon as possible. A forensic officer examines the scene in North Acton (Lucy Young) "We are particularly keen to trace Raza Khan who we believe has crucial information about what happened to Khalid." ?Khalid was believed to be a former child refugee who spent time in the Calais "Jungle" camp and was working at his uncle's shop in Croydon at that time he was killed. A 19-year-old woman was previously arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder in Redbridge on December 7. A 22-year-old man was also arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender on March 29. Both have been bailed. Anyone with information is asked to call the police incident room on 020 8721 4054. To give information anonymously contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or visit... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:44:26 Categories: Evening Standard logo

White House issues warning to Syria over chemical weapons attack 'potential' 

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The White House has warned Syrian President Bashar al-Assad that he will "pay a heavy price" if he goes ahead with an alleged plot to launch another chemical weapons attack. The rare public threat is understood to have been ordered by President Donald Trump in a bid to deter the embattled Syrian regime from repeating the kind of toxic assault that left dozens of men, women and children dead in April. In an ominous statement issued with no supporting evidence or further explanation, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said the US "has identified potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack by the Assad regime that would likely result in the mass murder of civilians, including innocent children." He warned that if "Mr Assad conducts another mass murder attack using chemical weapons, he and his military will pay a heavy price." The move sets the stage for a possible US strike on Syrian government targets, although Mr Trump may hold his hand if the Syrians shelve any planned sarin gas attacks. Syria warning: President Donald Trump (AP) Some senior American military officials were caught off guard by the late night warning, perhaps believing intelligence about potential chemical warfare should have remained classified and handled behind closed doors. Mr Trump didn't personally make any direct reference to the scare, but Nikki Haley, the American ambassador to the United Nations, said the possibility that Assad would use chemicals against his own people was being taken very seriously and she insisted that Syria's allies should share the blame. "Any further attacks done to the people of Syria will be blamed on Assad, but also on Russia & Iran who support him killing his own people," she tweeted yesterday. Assad denied responsibility for an April 4 attack on the town of Khan Sheikhoun in the rebel-held Idlib province. Victims show signs of suffocation, convulsions, foaming at the mouth and pupil constriction. Days later, Mr Trump launched a cruise missile strike on a Syrian government-controlled air base where US officials said the Syrian military had launched the chemical attack. It was the first direct American assault on the Syrian government. Mr Trump said at the time that the Khan Sheikhoun attack crossed "many, many lines," and put the blame squarely on Assad's forces. Syrian President Basharal-Assad (REUTERS) Syria steadfastly maintained it hadn't used chemical weapons and blamed opposition fighters for stockpiling the chemicals. Chemical weapons have killed hundreds of people since the start of the conflict, with the UN blaming three attacks on the Syrian government and a fourth on the Islamic State group. Daryl Kimball, executive director of the Arms Control Association, told the New York Times said that he did not recall such a precise, pre-emptive public warning against a foreign government regarding banned weapons 'in at least the last 20 years.' More often, such matters are handled in private diplomatic or intelligence communications, he added. Earlier yesterday, Mr Trump heralded a US Supreme Court decision that restored most of his executive order banning incoming travel from six Muslim-majority countries as a 'victory for national security.' But it appears that America's standing in the world has tumbled under Mr Trump, according to a new study. The international survey by the Pew Research Center found that favourable ratings of the United States have decreased from 64 percent of people across all countries surveyed at the end of Barack Obama's presidency to 49 percent this spring. The president himself fared even worse: A median 22 percent are confident that Mr Trump will do the right thing in global affairs, down from 64 percent who had confidence in Mr Obama. However, in one bright spot from the 37 countries surveyed, a majority of Russians said they have confidence in Mr Trump.... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:44:24 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Everything you thought you knew about dating is wrong 

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Dating is tough, don't let anyone tell you otherwise. You want to seem laid back, but not aloof. You want to appear cool, but not stuck up.... read more
27. kesäkuuta 2017 12:44:23 Categories: Indy 100 logo
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