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Oktoberfest is returning to Liverpool this year 

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The popular beer festival will take place at Liverpool's Pier Head... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:23:08 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Donald Trump bans transgender people from American military 

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Decision reverses Obama ruling over who can serve... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:23:07 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Mum avoids prison after baby found with catalogue of injuries 

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25-year-old failed to get medical help for one-year-old... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:23:05 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

'Sell him and move on' - Everton fans react as Ronald Koeman confirms Ross Barkley will leave 

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Barkley's actions have baffled many Blues it seems... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:23:04 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Lufthansa plane diverted to Manchester Airport after woman gives birth on board 

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The Lufthansa flight was bound for Frankfurt, but was diverted to the airport following the special delivery... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:23:02 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Nurses say they'll care for Charlie Gard at hospice, as judge is set to decide whether he can die at home 

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Great Ormond Street Hospital nurses have volunteered to care for Charlie Gard if he is allowed to spend his final days in a hospice, the High Court heard today. The parents of terminally ill Charlie want to move him out of the hospital for the days before his life support machine will be turned off. Chris Gard and Connie Yates announced on Monday they were ending their legal fight to take their son to USA for experimental treatment for his medical condition. They have now returned to court to ask Mr Justice Francis for permission to move Charlie to a hospice where they can spend his final days together. Charlie Gard's parents at the High Court yesterday (Reuters) Putting the plan to the court this afternoon, their lawyer Grant Armstrong announced that the parents no longer want Charlie to be brought home to die. He said the family have found a doctor to lead Charlie's care in a hospice, and have also receive offers of nursing support. "Ironically the position is that several of the nurses at Great Ormond Street Hospital have volunteered to assist in the care of Charlie", he said. "We are able to put in place a plan for nursing staff funded privately." The parents have also spoken to a firm that will hire them ventilator machines, subject to hospital doctors agreeing to prescribe Charlie the drugs he needs. The doctor, who is could lead a team looking after Charlie and offering him palliative care, is travelling to court where he is due to speak to representatives from Great Ormond Street Hospital . Mr Armstrong told the court Charlie is due to spend "a week or so" in the hospice before the life support machine is turned off.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:23:00 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Tiny coffin adorned with pink roses carried through Manchester for funeral of Saffie-Rose Roussos 

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A small coffin covered in pink roses travelled through Manchester in front of hundreds of mourners for the funeral of Saffie-Rose Roussos, the youngest victim of the terror attack which struck the city. The eight-year-old girl was killed when a suicide bomber detonated explosives during an Ariana Grande concert in May. Mourners gathered at Manchester Cathedral where the little girl's funeral took place - many carrying pink roses and dressed in pink outfits in honour of "beautiful" Saffie-Rose. To mark the sad occasion, lampposts and trees in the village of Tarleton - where Saffie-Rose went to school - were decorated with pink ribbons. Funeral: Andrew Roussos embraces a member of the clergy as he arrives for the funeral of his daughter Saffie Rose (Reuters) Saffie-Rose was the youngest person to be killed when Salman Albedi blew himself up as pop fans left Manchester Arena on May 22. The youngster was a huge fan of the US singer and had got tickets for the show as a Christmas present from her parents. She was leaving, "happy and elated", after the show with her sister and mother when Abedi detonated his home-made bomb packed with nuts. Victim: Saffie-Rose (BBC) Saffie-Rose - one of 22 people killed - died of multiple injuries. Her older sister Ashlee Bromwich, 26, and her mother, Lisa Roussos, 48, were both also injured. Speaking publicly on July 4, on what would have been Saffie's ninth birthday, Mr Roussos, 43, said: "We've lost everything. We have, we've lost everything, because life will just never be the same."... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:22:58 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Muslim feminist plans to open liberal mosque in Britain 

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Seyran Ates, a Turkish-born lawyer and human rights campaigner, visits London to investigate potential sites for new venture... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:22:56 Categories: The Guardian logo

How Mbappe's Madrid move could end of all this summer's transfer sagas 

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The Frenchman is the staring piece in a dominoes which could start a transfer merry-go-round to shake up Europe... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:22:55 Categories: Mirror logo

Koeman: Barkley will 100% leave Everton 

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Blues boss reveals midfielder wants to depart as he confirms interest in Gylfi Sigurdsson... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:22:53 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Applying to College May Look Very Different in 20 Years 

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From a school's perspective, automation will take on a lot of the human-led work. For students, everything will change.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:22:51 Categories: NBC News logo

That Time the CIA Tried to Train Cats to Be Spies 

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Wednesday's 70th anniversary of President Harry S. Truman signing the National Security Act of 1947 - which created the CIA and much of today's national security-related bureaucracy - arrives at a time of heightened tension in the national security world, and will surely be an occasion to reflect on some of the Central Intelligence Agency's most notable moments.&nbsp;... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:22:48 Categories: Time logo

Coca-Cola just had a sweet quarter 

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<p>Coca-Cola's profit in its first quarter under new Chief Executive James Quincey beat analysts' estimates on higher demand for its healthier non-carbonated beverages as well as low and no-sugar versions of its sodas.</p>... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:22:46 Categories: Reuters logo

Scott Disick lashing out even as he wants Kourtney Kardashian back 

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Scott Disick has been jet-setting around the world with a bevy of beauties, but a source tells PEOPLE there's still one main woman on his mind - his ex Kourtney Kardashian.&nbsp;... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:22:44 Categories: People logo

Amber Rose opens up about dark days after Kanye split 

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Amber Rose is getting forthright about her 2010 split from Kanye West and the "constant bullying" she says she's endured from him over the years. &nbsp;... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:22:42 Categories: People logo

400 cars line up for return of WinterJam burnouts 

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You have to be brave to book an event in winter, particularly one that revolves around a hardpark and burn... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 18:53:46 Categories: The Motorhood logo

What Liam is up to when not recording 

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Rock star Liam Gallagher has revealed he likes to "chase squirrels" when he's not in the recording studio making new music.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 18:53:44 Categories: BANG Showbiz logo

Trump announces transgender ban in US military 

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President Trump on Wednesday said he would ban transgender people from any military service.&nbsp;... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 18:53:42 Categories: The Hill logo

Residents complain about 'deafening' noise from bridge demolition work in Widnes 

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Work on Desoto Road Bridge draws criticism... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 18:53:40 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Ross Barkley will '100%' leave Everton - as Ronald Koeman eyes THREE more signings 

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Blues boss reveals midfielder wants to depart as he confirms interest in Gylfi Sigurdsson... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 18:53:38 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo
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