Mitchell injured in Roosters' victory 

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Sydney Roosters centre Latrell Mitchell has been injured in his side's 24-18 NRL win over Canterbury at ANZ Stadium.... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:30 Categories: AAP logo

Body of woman found inside tent 

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A woman's body has been discovered inside a tent in the Blue Mountains suburb of Glenbrook.... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:28 Categories: 9News.com.au logo

Man who raped and killed four-year-old could be freed 

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The man who raped a four-year-old Sydney girl before smashing a rock over her head and drowning her could soon be released from prison.... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:26 Categories: 9News.com.au logo

Fury in Rochdale as Three Girls grooming gang member spotted back on the streets 

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Police have had to visit the family home of one of the gang as feelings ran high during the three-night run of Three Girls... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:24 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Who is Joel Pereira? Manchester United player profiled ahead of Premier League debut 

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How old is Man Utd player Joel Pereira? Where is he from? Find out everything you need to know ahead of his Crystal Palace full debut.... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:22 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Jordan Henderson - Liverpool fans can make the difference against Middlesbrough 

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Reds captain wants Anfield to help get the Reds over the line in the race for the Champions League... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:20 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Man City leading the race for Monaco defender Fabinho and more transfer rumours 

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Today's transfer gossip round up sees Manchester City linked with two defenders and a big money move for Neymar.... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:18 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Revealed: Police seized knives outside Parliament two days before Westminster terror attack 

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Police guarding parliament seized a knife from a visitor just days before a terror attack shook the heart of Westminster, it has been revealed. PC Keith Palmer was stabbed to death by Khalid Masood on March 22 as he guarded parliament during the horror attack. Masood had ploughed a car into crowds on Westminster Bridge killing four civilians. According to the Daily Express, a "bladed instrument" was confiscated at the gates of the political hub on March 20. Hero PC: Keith Palmer was stabbed to death (Metropolitan Police) A further three knives and eight offensive weapons have been snatched from visitors to the Palace of Westminster this year, the results of a Freedom of Information request revealed. Tory candidate for Bournemouth East Tobias Ellwood, who fought to save the life of hero PC Palmer, described the discovery as "worrying" but said it showed police searches were effective. Figures obtained by the newspaper showed officers assigned to the Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection unit seized two bladed instruments and four offensive weapons in January. The following month they confiscated three offensive weapons. Another offensive weapon plus two bladed instruments, including the knife used to stab PC Palmer, were seized in March. Sir Hugh Orde, chairman of the UK Police Memorial Trust, said: "These figures show the dangers faced by routinely unarmed police officers every single day. Keith Palmer faced such a danger with extraordinary heroism and paid with his life."... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:16 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Old Street: Police investigate after body found overnight in Northern line station 

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A busy north London Tube station has been shut after a body was discovered during the middle of the night. Police were called to Old Street station at 1.27 on Sunday morning to reports that a body had been found. A British Transport Police spokesman said the death was being treated as "unexplained". Old Street station was closed to both Northern line trains and Great Northern services throughout Sunday morning. There was also no service on the Northern line northbound between Kennington and Camden Town via Bank. Investigation: Police were called to the station at 1.23 on Sunday morning (@SjSaunders21) A British Transport Police spokesman said: "We were called to Old Street underground station at 1.27am this morning to reports that the body had been found. "The death is currently being treated as unexplained and the station is closed while investigations continue." Disruption to Northern line was expected to last until at least midday. A National Rail statement read: "The police are attending to an incident at Old Street on the London Underground station, and have closed the station for a short while. "Network Rail and Great Northern are working with the Police to reopen the station as quickly as possible. Whilst this incident is ongoing, our services are not stopping at Old Street. "We are sorry for the problems this disruption will cause you."... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:14 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Russia saga potential roadblock for Trump's economic plans 

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The repeated national security scandals rocking the Trump White House could derail the president's economic agenda... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:12 Categories: AFP logo

Return of warlord adds to Afghan political tensions 

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For the lifetime warrior, the role of peacemaker is an uneasy fit.... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:10 Categories: The Washington Post logo

Rouhani, a man of the Islamic Revolution, opens Iran to West 

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Rouhani, while opening Iran to the world, remains firmly a part of its small, clerically ruled power structure.... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:08 Categories: Associated Press logo

Britney Spears gets spooked - again 

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21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:06 Categories: People logo

Republicans fearing for their safety as anger, threats mount 

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An increasing number of lawmakers' encounters with constituents, even in deep-red districts, have gotten ugly.... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:04 Categories: The Hill logo

Netanyahu says will discuss peace efforts with Trump 

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday he will discuss peace efforts with US President Donald Trump when he visits this week, while the Israeli cabinet considered economic gestures toward the Palestinians.... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 16:05:03 Categories: AFP logo

Blues count the cost of loss to Fremantle 

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Fremantle have surged into fifth spot on the AFL ladder after coming from behind to beat Carlton by 35 points in Perth.... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 15:34:14 Categories: AAP logo

Trump mocked Obama for Saudi bow and then this 

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21. toukokuuta 2017 15:34:12 Categories: The Independent logo

North Korea fires ballistic missile 

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North Korea fired a ballistic missile into waters off its east coast on Sunday, South Korea and Japan said, a week after it tested an intermediate-range missile which experts saw as an advancement in the reclusive state's weapons program.... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 15:34:10 Categories: Reuters logo

Urgent police appeal over missing Birmingham schoolboy who vanished almost a week ago 

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Erdington schoolboy Jordan Kearns was last seen at around 12.50pm on Monday... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 15:34:09 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Transfer rumour: Aston Villa defender being targeted by Birmingham City 

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BCFC have been linked with a man from across the city... read more
 
21. toukokuuta 2017 15:34:07 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo
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