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Fellaini prepared to suffer broken bones for Mourinho

Manchester United are set to hand manager Jose Mourinho a bumper new five-year deal that will keep him at Old Trafford till June 2022. That trophy was added to by the Europa League last week, meaning Mourinho's first season in charge ends with two pieces of silverware - more than Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City combined - under his belt as well as sealing a return to the Champions League. Read More »

Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter's national security adviser, dies at 89


Brzezinski's time in office between 1977 and 1981 under President Carter saw a US thaw with China and the severing of ties with Taiwan, and the brokering of Camp David Accords between Egypt and Israel . "He helped me set vital foreign policy goals, was a source of stimulation for the departments of defence and state, and everyone valued his opinion". Read More »

North Korea fires ballistic missile, South Korea says


The Scud-class missile fired by North Korea reached an altitude of 120 km (75 miles), the military spokesman told a briefing. Pointing to North Korea's potent arsenal of tube artillery and rocket launchers that have Seoul within striking range, he said a war on the peninsula, would likely be the "worst kind of fighting" many people would ever see in their lifetime. Read More »

Roger Ailes, Former Fox News CEO, Dead At 77


Former President George H.W. Bush tweeted that while his "friend" Ailes "wasn't flawless", he may not have been elected president without him. Roger Ailes , President of Fox News Channel attends the Hollywood Reporter celebration of "The 35 Most Powerful People in Media" at the Four Season Grill Room on April 11, 2012 in New York City. Read More »

Sailing-Ainslie loses to France in setback to America's Cup hopes

If Oracle wins the qualifiers , it will carry a one-point bonus into the 35th America's Cup match beginning June 17. Land Rover BAR have two points from their World Series first-place finish and one win in the Qualifiers . Oracle had no trouble against SoftBank Team Japan, which is led by Dean Barker , the former skipper of Emirates Team New Zealand. Oracle Team USA's Jimmy Spithill simply sailed very well to pass the Brits by Mark 3, rounding with an 8-second lead. Read More »

"Never say never" - Fabregas refuses to rule out Chelsea exit this summer

Let us enjoy this win and not worry about the future", he said afterward. "The impressive thing about the Arsenal team performance today was off the ball", Lampard, commentating for the BBC, said. "Not necessarily, but in football you can never say never", he told the London Evening Standard when asked if he had considered leaving Chelsea . Read More »

CLAT 2017 Result To Be Announced Today After 8.30 Pm At Clat


Soon after the official declaration, students will be able to access their CLAT 2017 Results online on the official website i.e. Candidates will get admission to these colleges based on their scores in CLAT 2017. No refund of counselling fee after the last date of withdrawal of admission. The second list declared will be the list of waitlisted candidates who will be provisionally selected against the candidates dropped earlier. Read More »

Man arrested on south coast of England in connection with Manchester bombing

Fourteen people are now in custody in relation to the attack, including a 23-year-old man arrested early Monday in the southern coastal town of Shoreham-by-Sea on suspicion of terrorism offenses. Counter-terrorism police said on Saturday they are making good progress on the fast-moving investigation and are gathering a detailed picture of Abedi, his associates and his finances. Read More »

United Kingdom police arrest 15th person in connection with Manchester attack

As runners pounded the streets of the northwestern English city, police arrested a 25-year-old man in the eastern Old Trafford area, bringing the number now detained on United Kingdom soil in connection with the attack to 12. Abedi had been a former "subject of interest" to MI5, but Ms Rudd said: "The intelligence services are still collecting information about him and about the people around him". Read More »

Trump angry at NATO allies for not spending enough on defense


The UK Government has expressed its anger after US newspaper New York Times published photos showing the scene of the Manchester Arena attack that left 22 dead and several others injured. Trump also took a dig at the cost of the brand-new building where he was speaking. This comes two days after the president told members for not spending enough on defence. Read More »

Hardline Israelis descend on Old City for Jerusalem Day

JOHN YANG: Do you see much reason for optimism that President Trump is going to get these talks, this peace process going again? "I am truly hopeful that American can help Israel and the Palestinians forge peace and bring new hope to the region and its people", the US president said. Read More »

Ariana Grande suspends European tour after Manchester attack

The arrests came after detectives carried out a controlled explosion as they searched a property in the Moss Side area of Manchester in the early hours of Thursday. Abedi also said he was certain Salman had not been in Syria . The Manchester suicide bomber who killed 22 people at a pop concert venue packed with children likely did not act alone, a minister has said. Read More »

After UK, Egypt attacks, Libya seen as militants' haven


The Friday attack that took place on a bus transporting Coptic citizens in Minya governorate is a repulsive crime. The exact location of Friday's airstrikes was unclear, but Nile TV reported that Egypt has targeted terrorists in the Sinai Peninsula and on the border with Libya. Read More »

US backs call for fight against protectionism in G-7 communique

We have a situation where six, or if you also include the European Union seven, are against one. Mr Trump barged past Montenegro's leader for prime photo real estate at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, while France's new President Emmanuel Macron snubbed Mr Trump's embrace - the vigorous, vigorous handshake. Read More »

Suspected Manchester bomber's family members arrested in England, Libya


Ministers and Whitehall officials have been tearing their hair out over leaks to the U.S. media of information from the British investigation into the attack. Writing in a lengthy statement on Twitter, Grande said she would return to "brave" Manchester. Five others are also in custody. "We're now 20,000 police officers down, and we get atrocities like this". Read More »

Chris Cornell's final performance: Watch him walk offstage for the last time


The Detroit Free Press reports The Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office confirmed the news less than 24 hours after the singer's body was discovered on the floor of the bathroom in his room at the MGM Grand Detroit. 1 on Billboard 200. "It's what we missed when we weren't a band", Cornell had posted on Facebook on Tuesday. Led Zeppelin rocker Jimmy Page described him as an incredibly talented artist. Read More »

New video captures kayaker's close encounter with shark


He told National Georgraphic the shark lunged toward him, with the kayak still in its jaws. His extensive training helped save his life, he said. Correiar told NatGeo he scrambled out the kayak, flipped onto his back so he could keep watching the shark, and started kicking toward shore. Read More »

If Brazil president goes, here are possible replacements


RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - Embattled President Michel Temer's attempt to win back confidence and stay in power was undermined Tuesday as one aide was arrested in a fraud scheme, another aide turned over to police a bag full of cash and shouts of "down with Temer" led a Senate commission to suspend work on a package of the president's labor reforms. Read More »

Turkey slams attack on former Greek PM

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, but Greek politicians have been targeted in the past by militant far-left and anarchist groups. FILE PHOTO: Greece's incoming Prime Minister Lucas Papademos is seen after a meeting with Greek political leaders outside the Presidential palace in Athens , Greece, November 10, 2011. Read More »

Osinbajo off to Italy for G7 summit


The traders complained about the high cost of renting stores at N250,000 per annum and also the high cost of buying wares from suppliers. Another trader, Alhaji Nasiru Maiyaki Kuryfi , a rice seller, lamented that the market management had not been able to complete the shops they paid for long ago, even as he decried inadequate storage space in the market. Read More »

North Korea launches missile test

North Korea is still thought to be several years from its goal of being able to target U.S. mainland cities with a nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile. Trump has taken a hard-line on North Korea since taking office in response to a string of missile launches this spring. This launch was the third such show of strength by the North Koreans since the May 10th inauguration of South Korean President Moon Jae-in. Read More »

Sri Lanka mudslide, flood deaths rise to 126; 97 missing


A Sri Lankan man stands in floodwaters in Nagoda in Kalutara district on May 29, 2017. On behalf of the Government and people of the People's Republic of China , the Chinese leaders extended sympathy and condolences to the Leaders, Government and people of Sri Lanka. Read More »

Philippines Forces Hit IS-Linked Militants as Civilians Flee, Wave Flags


Foreign fighters are among Islamist militants killed in a southern Philippine city over the past days, officials say. "The hands of some of the victims were tied behind their backs, and a lot of them were shot in the head", police officer Jamael Mangadang of a security task force, told reporters.Padilla says 61 militants have been killed together with 13 soldiers and four police officers since Tuesday, when a failed raid to capture one of Asia's top militants triggered an attack on the ... Read More »