Waterloo passengers face major disruption after fire 

Evening Standard
Commuters are facing travel chaos on some of the country's busiest routes after a lineside fire forced the closure of nine platforms at London Waterloo station. South Western Railway passengers were urged to check their journeys and use alternative routes where possible after "significant damage" was caused to a number of cables on Wednesday. Network Rail said its engineers will be working through the night to fix the damage but that services...... read more

Comment: Did Israel Folau actually misquote the Bible? 

The Age
The rugby player misused a biblical passage to project judgments about homosexuality and ???modern' beliefs about hell into it.... read more

MasterChef fans hit out at judge George Calombaris 

Daily Mail
MasterChef viewers slammed judge George Calombaris, 40, during Wednesday night's episode, for diagnosing himself with OCD.... read more

Bomb squad called after explosives found in Adelaide CBD 

ABC News
<p>Police have uncovered what are believed to be explosives at a property on Grenfell Street in Adelaide's CBD.</p>... read more

Trump's tweets are a distraction for something else he doesn't want us to see 

The Washington Post
Trump doesn't care diddly-squat about 'the Squad.' He's obviously up to something.... read more

Pelosi, Mnuchin Speak Again on Debt Limit as Time Runs Short 

<p>House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she sees "forward motion" after yet more talks with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to negotiate higher spending levels in a budget deal that congressional leaders want to attach to a bill raising the debt limit before Congress's August recess.</p><p></p>... read more

Controversy as Welsh street named steepest street in the world 

The Telegraph
First the Cricket World Cup, now England takes New Zealand's steepest street crown in equally controversial fashion... read more

Trump says Turkey situation complex, is talking to Turkish officials 

<p>U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday said the situation with Turkey is very complex and tough, and that he is talking to officials in Ankara.</p>... read more

Drastic decision for NRL's biggest basketcase 

Wide World of Sports
The Gold Coast Titans are on the brink and may need to gamble their future on axing a legend or making a shock coaching move.... read more

Riley on Hurts starting at OU: 'If he wins the job, then we'll talk' 

Sporting News
"He's gotta win the job first," Riley said at Big 12 media days at AT&amp;T Stadium, via ESPN. "If he wins the job, then we'll talk about that."... read more
16. heinäkuuta 2019 4:20:08 Categories: Ilta Sanoma Ilta Sanoma - Jalkapallo Ilta Sanoma - Urheilu Sporting News

What to do when your car stalls 

Consumer Reports
A stalled car can be a serious safety problem. The vehicle could be stuck in moving traffic, raising the risk of crashes, injuries, or worse. Occupants could be stuck without food or water in som...... read more

Could robots actually replace reporters? 

In the film I, Robot, loosely based upon stories from Isaac Asimov, Will Smith confronts a world where robots replace the functions of many humans.... read more

Citi leads a rally in bank stocks after beating Wall Street earnings estimates 

Business Insider
Both revenue and earnings per share outperformed consensus analyst expectations, which lifted shares industry-wide.... read more

Why Blackcaps coach sent Guptill out for 'super over' 

The Blackcaps opener was a controversial decision.... read more

Chandrayaan 2 launch to moon called off due to 'technical snag' 

India postpones historic exploration mission to the moon's south pole, without announcing a revised launch date.... read more
15. heinäkuuta 2019 3:40:51 Categories: CNET Ilta Sanoma Ilta Sanoma - Jalkapallo Ilta Sanoma - Urheilu

Birmingham city centre crime blitz as shocking haul of drugs and weapons recovered by police 

Birmingham Mail
The Digbeth neighbourhood team have been on patrol with sniffer dogs... read more

Comment: Here's how the Black Caps can win 

Radio New Zealand
Analysis - RNZ Sport editor Stephen Hewson ponders the strengths and weaknesses of the Black Caps and England.... read more

How Catholic clergy ruled Latin America 

ABC News
While all eyes are on the Catholic Church for its handling of child sexual abuse among clergy, the Latin American clergy ran fiefdoms alongside the continent's autocrats for decades.... read more
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