The simple way you can lose one inch of belly fat in just 7 minutes 

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Uh oh-all those years of pizza, beer, and candy bars have finally gone straight to your waistline. But tightening up your tummy will require hours of sweat sessions at a pricey gym, right? Not so fast. According to a recent study published in the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, just seven minutes of bodyweight exercises a day is all you need to transform from flabby to fit. To nail down the...... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:29:13 Categories: Reader's Digest logo

Feds demand CNN sale to OK AT&T-Time Warner deal 

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<p>AT&amp;T is prepared to fight any divestitures required to win regulatory approval of the $85.4 billion deal, according to sources familiar with the matter.</p>... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:29:11 Categories: Reuters logo

'Dying' groom stuns guests with misdiagnosis 

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Jack Kane, 23, married the love of his life Emma Clarke just eight days after he was told he had weeks to live.... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:38 Categories: Mirror logo

Prince's shock 'Fox' sale sign for Murdoch empires? 

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What does the shock sale, which comes in the wake of Prince Alwaleed bin Talal's arrest, signal for the Murdoch empire's fortunes?... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:36 Categories: Crikey logo

Mariah Carey accused of sexual harassment 

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Mariah Carey's former security company is threatening to sue the powerhouse singer for sexual harassment - and for calling the owner a Nazi.... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:34 Categories: New York Daily News logo

Teen accused of killing schoolmate to postpone exams 

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India arrested a teenager Wednesday for allegedly slitting the throat of a seven-year-old schoolmate in hopes the murder would lead to an exam being postponed, federal investigators said.... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:33 Categories: AFP logo

Former TV anchor says Spacey sexually assaulted her son 

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A former TV news anchor said Wednesday that Kevin Spacey sexually assaulted her teenage son at a Nantucket restaurant and that police are investigating.... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:31 Categories: Associated Press logo

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A manhunt is underway for a man who opened fire inside a Bunnings store in Sydney's south-west in a botched armed robbery.... read more
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Anger as youths launch firework at homeless man in sleeping bag 

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Gang of teenagers seen running away after callous attack... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:28 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

David Ginola 'very surprised' press allowed to attend family case 

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Ginola, who played for Aston Villa, Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United, told a judge she was analysing private issues which should not be revealed... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:26 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Get a sneak glimpse of Bold Street's Christmas laser show 

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Light and sound show to entertain Liverpool shoppers from tomorrow... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:24 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Gang of SIXTY youths surrounded police van and hurled fireworks at it - injuring two officers 

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Two police officers were injured after being ambushed on Burlington Street on Sunday night... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:23 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Cambridge University slammed by senior academics over 'crackdown on free speech' at student Palestine event 

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A group of senior academics has slammed Cambridge University for a "crackdown on free speech" after officials threatened to shut down a Palestine Society event. Lecturers at Cambridge, Warwick, the London School of Economics and SOAS have all added their names to the letter - seen by the Standard - which received hundreds of signatures from staff and students. University officials contacted the student-run Palestine society just hours before their talk was due to take place, demanding their director of communications, Paul Mylrea, be installed as the panel's chair "to ensure open, robust and lawful debate". Organisers agreed to allow Mr Mylrea to chair - replacing SOAS academic Ruba Salih - after being told the event would be forcibly cancelled if they failed to comply. The controversial event, titled 'BDS and the globalised struggle for Palestinian rights', was set to feature a panel of pro-Palestinian speakers, including Omar Barghouti and former NUS president Malia Bouattia. The university said it wanted to facilitate a 'legitimate debate' (Getty Images) Mr Barghouti, the founder of the BDS (Boycott, Sanctions and Divestment) movement, leads the campaign for international economic and political sanctions to be placed on Israel over its alleged treatment of the Palestinians. The movement has faced regular scrutiny in the form of allegations of anti-Semitism, which are categorically denied by leaders such as Mr Barghouti. The open letter reads: "We condemn in the strongest possible terms the attempt by university authorities to interfere in a panel event.and believe such efforts constitute an intolerable violation of academic freedom. "It is disturbing that [they] consider such censorship appropriate for an event designed to raise awareness of the human rights of Palestinians and indigenous peoples globally. "It is deeply concerning that they have attempted to suppress this event through aggressive institutional intervention. "In doing so, the university risks being seen to side with those who hope to silence the voices of the marginalised, and raises questions about the extent of its commitment to free speech." Academic signatories include Dr Priyamvada Gopal and Dr Anne Alexander, both of Cambridge, Jamie Woodcock, a fellow at LSE, and Eleanor Tiplady Higgs, a senior fellow at SOAS. Read more Cambridge University bans students from travelling to Palestine The intervention comes not long after Cambridge banned its Arabic students from travelling to the Palestinian territories, following a spate of interrogations and deportations by Israeli security. A spokesman for the University of Cambridge said: "The University is fully committed to freedom of speech and expression. We do understand that certain events and issues invoke strong feelings among people and communities. "But we believe it is important that staff, students and visitors to the University can participate fully in legitimate debate, partly so that they are able to question and test controversial ideas. "We have no reason to believe that these events are in any way unlawful. Events will be well-chaired in order to ensure open, robust and lawful debate. "In this instance, following calls from the organisers for extra safety measures, a neutral chair was provided to ensure that all sides were represented in what is an important and often emotionally charged debate."... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:21 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Family remembers man who died after arson attack on home 

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A man who died after a large firework was set alight in his home was a "fun-loving funny man", his daughter has said.... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:19 Categories: Sky News logo

Republicans suddenly fear disastrous 2018 

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The Tuesday night rout of Republican candidates up and down the ballot has triggered alarm bells in Republican circles that a deteriorating political environment could set in motion a Democratic wave in the 2018 midterm elections.&nbsp;... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:17 Categories: Tribune News Service logo

Man shot at Chicago motorcycle club: 'We've been here over 16 years' 

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Cowboy was getting a bad feeling about the party at his West Side motorcycle club Monday night.... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:16 Categories: Chicago Tribune logo

Pennsylvania state trooper saved his own life after shootout, officials say 

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A Pennsylvania state trooper remains hospitalized in critical condition Wednesday after he was shot several times during a traffic stop, but likely saved his own life by using a tourniquet he carried on him, officials said.... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:14 Categories: FOX News logo

NAACP calls for hate crime charge against college roommate 

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WEST HARTFORD, Conn. - The Connecticut NAACP wants a felony hate crime charge immediately filed against a white former college student accused of smearing body fluids on her black roommate's belongings.... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:12 Categories: Associated Press logo

N. Korea tells Europeans missiles are meant to deter U.S. 

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The NATO chief said Kim Jong Un's potentially nuclear-capable missiles threaten Europe, but North Korea said its the U.S. that's at risk.... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:10 Categories: Newsweek logo

Breakfast at Tiffany's to become a reality as jeweler opens cafe 

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Tiffany opens The Blue Box Café on Friday in its Fifth Avenue flagship store.... read more
8. marraskuuta 2017 23:15:08 Categories: CNBC logo
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