Sergey Kovalev vs. Anthony Yarde analysis by Warren

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By Matt Lieberman: Promoter Frank Warren believes his fighter Anthony Yarde (18-0, 17 KOs) possesses the talent to upset WBO light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev (33-3-1, 28 KOs) this Saturday night in Russia. Although Yarde is viewed as the underdog by the odds-makers, Warren sees him as having a real chance to dethrone the 36-year-old Kovalev. A fight against superstar Saul Canelo Alvarez looms out there for the winner of the Kovalev-Yarde fight. Yarde can put himself in position for Can...

Scooter Braun congratulates Taylor Swift on new album ‘Lover’

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"Supporting was always the healthier option" Scooter Braun has congratulated Taylor Swift on the release of her new album ‘Lover’. The pair have been embroiled in a row recently since the music manager bought Taylor’s former label Big Machine, inheriting the master recordings of her first six studio albums in the process. Read more: Taylor Swift – ‘Lover’ review “Regardless of what has been said the truth is you don’t make big ...

Couple in bid to smuggle suitcases of cigarettes through Birmingham Airport

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HMRC investigators, who took the case to court, said it was an act that would have cost taxpayers "thousands of pounds of lost revenue". Taxi driver Juned Ahmed, age 42 and his wife, Shalma Khanom, 38, from Tipton, were stopped along with Syeda Begum, 42, from Birmingham. The couple, who told officers they were related to Begum, landed in the West Midlands with 166,000 cigarettes, worth more than £66,754 in evaded duty. The group were challenged by Border Force officers after ...

Student’s PrettyLittleThing joggers are so big she looks like a ‘giant condom’

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A teen was left in stitches when her PrettyLittleThing order arrived and, as she says herself, made her look like a giant condom. 18-year-old Sophie Newport had ordered a pair of baby pink jogging bottoms in a size small. However, they were absolutely gigantic on 5ft 2″ Sophie. Finding the whole situation hilarious, Sophie shared photos of her wearing the £20 jogging bottoms on social media, with the pictures showing her body almost entirely covered by the the sweatpants. The pictur...

CricViz analysis: England's batting is in crisis

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CricViz analyst Freddie Wilde sheds light on the numbers that prove England’s batting is in crisis. There have been a number of days like today in the last few years. Days when England’s batting has collapsed dramatically and significantly – costing them Test matches in a few madcap hours of flashing willow, forlorn batsmen and furrowed English brows. First there was Centurion in 2016 – all out for 101. Then not long after they were flattened in a session in Dhaka b...

Yorkshire MEP Magid Magid: I love the European Union but I have to be honest and want it to be...

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In the centre of leafy Harrogate, a stone's throw from the queue for the ever-popular Bettys tea rooms, a 20-strong choir of pro-EU campaigners is in full voice. Two-part harmonies waft gently on the breeze as the beret-clad choir, backed by guitar and saxophone, belt out re-worded versions of well-known songs to include lines about being 'forever European' and insulting arch-Brexiteers Johnson, Farage and Rees-Mogg.A small gaggle of amused onlookers gather round, though not surp...

Jerry Springer: Criticism of my show is elitist...

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24 August 2019, 04:37 | Updated: 24 August 2019, 05:56 Jerry Springer doesn't see why wannabe stars - even those prone to brash behaviour and rude outbursts - should be barred from appearing on TV simply because they run the risk of embarrassing themselves. Delivering the Alternative MacTaggart speech at on the final day of the Edinburgh TV Festival, the 75-year-old asked his packed audience: "You know how many weird, crazy people we put on TV because they're celebrities? Who s...

Robin Sainty: Unfashionable duo showed why Farke has kept the faith

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Opinion Marco Stiepermann proved he is still a vital part of City's attacking armoury against Newcastle. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Paul Chesterton It will at least be of some comfort to Newcastle United to know that they won't have to play a team as good as Norwich City every week. Grant Hanley was solid at the heart of Norwich City's back four against Newcastle. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus ImagesWhilst it was always likely that City would bounce back strong...

Star Wars: Ewan McGregor to return as Obi-Wan Kenobi for new Disney series...

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24 August 2019, 02:36 | Updated: 24 August 2019, 05:55 Ewan McGregor is returning as Obi-Wan Kenobi in a new Star Wars series for Disney's upcoming streaming platform. The Scottish actor announced the news to fans at Disney's D23 Expo convention on Friday, saying: "It's been four years of saying 'well, I don't know'."Now I can say 'yes, we're going to do it'."McGregor played the younger version of the Jedi master in the three prequel...

Subsidised Derry-London air link switches to Southend in October

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DERRY'S direct air link to London will fly to Southend in future rather than Stansted, the Department for Transport (DfT) has confirmed.The new Loganair service, which is due to begin on October 27, will operate 26 flights a week between City of Derry Airport and Southend.The Scottish airline runs the existing service between City of Derry Airport and Stansted, which since 2017 has been subsidised by DfT and Derry City and Strabane District Council.The announcement of the revised route was...

Hong Kong braces for fresh rallies as protesters target airport transport

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Hong Kong is bracing for its 12th weekend of protests as tens of thousands are expected to turn up at a local district for an anti-government march Saturday afternoon while a separate rally aimed at congesting transport to the airport is also planned. The demonstrations are aimed at pressuring the Hong Kong government into responding to protesters’ political demands, including the complete withdrawal of the now suspended extradition bill – under which individuals can be sent to Ch...

Amazon wildfires: Brazil's president sends in army as thousands protest...

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24 August 2019, 03:47 | Updated: 24 August 2019, 05:56 Brazil's president has insisted that he is taking a tough approach to tackling the Amazon wildfires as protesters demanded action. Jair Bolsonaro, who is less than a year into his presidential term, said: "We are a government of zero tolerance for crime, and in the environmental field it will not be different."But as he spoke, thousands of Brazilians gathered in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and the capital Brasilia - calling f...

Tokyo Scientists Find Clever Way to Deduce the Magnitude of Ancient Tsunamis

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Scientists from Tokyo Metropolitan University and Ritsumeikan University have found a link between the “roundness” distribution of tsunami deposits and how far tsunamis reach inland. They sampled the “roundness” of gravel from different tsunamis in Koyadori, Japan, and found a common, abrupt change in composition approximately 40% of the “inundation distance” from the shoreline, regardless of tsunami magnitude. Estimates of ancient tsunami size from g...

Anwar Hadid and Dua Lipa are loved up in Malibu strolling arm in arm after the singer's birthday

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Published: 01:05 BST, 24 August 2019 | Updated: 06:03 BST, 24 August 2019 They are living their best lives.Singer Dua Lipa, who turned the young age of 24 on Thursday, looked very much in love with her new man Anwar Hadid on Friday morning, as the pair went strolling near the stores at the Malibu Country Mart in Southern California.Hadid, 20, was rocking his usual disheveled sexy look as he slung his arm over his girlfriend's shoulder.  In love: Dua Lipa looked very much ...

The smart money: PCP deals vs used cars

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For your deposit: 2017 Maserati Granturismo V8 Sport, 18,500 miles, £60,000 You can debate all day long whether this is a supercar, but it is at least Maserati and it has the same GT aura as an Aston Martin. It may not be a Superleggera but it is genuinely Italian. Also, you would be buying this at a main agent, so there are no short-term worries whatsoever. That’s what you call a super car. For your deposit: 2014 BMW i8, 10,000 miles, £55,950 Cutting-edge supercars ...

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino makes statement on Christian Eriksen contract situation

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Tottenham transfer news: Eriksen's current situation is not benefiting the player or the team (Image: GETTY)Mauricio Pochettino is under no illusion that Eriksen is currently a key player in his Tottenham squad but is surprised the player’s future has yet to be resolved.The 27-year-old has one year left on his contract and according to reports isn’t interested in signing a new deal with Tottenham.Tottenham definitely do not want to lose a player, who has scored 49 goals and ...

Pollen count: Top tips for dealing with the symptoms from the experts

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As temperatures heat up this weekend so do the number of hay fever sufferers. It’s estimated that around 13 million Britons experience a stuffy nose, sore throat and sneezing fits which come with hay fever. Natalie Masters, Boots pharmacist said: “You may have seen reports on rising pollen counts this weekend. If you’re a hay fever sufferer, don’t panic. When there’s more pollen in the air, your symptoms may worsen, but there are lots of steps you can take to a...

Silver, Sword and Stone review: much blood shed, little improvement

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Writing in 1811, during the early rumblings of the Spanish American independence movements, Thomas Jefferson harboured little optimism about the “great field of political experiment [that] is opening in our neighbourhood”. He did not believe the people of South and Central America were capable of establishing successful republics. “I fear the degrading ignorance into which their priests & kings have sunk them, has disqualified them from the maintenance, or even knowl...

Don't waste chip frying oil – use it again | Waste Not

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Fries or chips are a real comfort food and wonderful treat, especially when you go to the effort of making them yourself at home. When frying, keep the temperature no higher than medium and be careful not to let the oil smoke. When oil smokes and overheats, it changes its chemical composition, producing free radicals that can be harmful to the body. If it does overheat, I’d recommend disposing of the oil after cooking. Let it cool, bottle it up and recycle it. But, kept to a good temper...

Matt Chapman looks ahead to the £1 million Ebor and reflects on a memorable week at York

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He’s one of only two horses to have finished in front of wonder mare Enable, but with just three wins to his name Raheen House has struggled to hit the headlines. That, though, might all change in today’s Skybet-sponsored feature at York, which is of course the Ebor, although not the Ebor as most of us once knew it. Credit: Marie Fitzgerald Yes, the Ebor – live on ITV - has changed. Gone are the days of laying a horse out to land the big handicap, which saw the likes of Hast...

Taylor Swift: ‘Pop music can feel like it’s The Hunger Games, and like we’re gladiators’

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Taylor Swift’s Nashville apartment is an Etsy fever dream, a 365-days-a-year Christmas shop, pure teenage girl id. You enter through a vestibule clad in blue velvet and covered in gilt frames bursting with fake flowers. The ceiling is painted like the night sky. Above a koi pond in the living area, a narrow staircase spirals six feet up towards a giant, pillow-lagged birdcage that probably has the best view in the city. Later, Swift will tell me she needs metaphors “to understand ...

How driving in flip flops could land you a £5,000 fine, NINE penalty points and a road ban

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FLIP flops will become part of Brits' wardrobe this weekend as a heatwave sweeps the country. But those who choose to drive in their summer shoes could find themselves in hot water if they're involved in an accident. Wearing flip flops could lead to a careless driving chargeCredit: Alamy While driving in flip flops isn't illegal in itself, wearing them could lead to a careless driving charge if they impede your ability to drive safely. Under Rule 97 of the Highway Code, drivers a...

Mass survey to ‘put a human face’ on Aberdeen’s oil downturn

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A new study has been launched to “put a human face” on the north-east’s oil and gas downturn- and recommend how to better share the wealth in the region. The Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) has launched a mass survey of workers in the sector in both Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. Responses will be gathered and a new report prepared for politicians on how the industry can be better run – while taking infrastructure improvements such as the AWPR into account. While t...

I Never Find Denim Trends Exciting—But Then I Saw Zara's New Drop

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I love my jeans as much as the next person, however out of all the new-collections emails that land in my inbox, those regarding denim are the ones that tend to excite me the least. How much newness can you really get with a pair of blue jeans? Zara showed me why I've got this all wrong this week with the launch of its autumn denim collection. Zara has reimagined the denim tuxedo, creating co-ords in light, classic and indigo washes which feel really premium considering the duos are all un...

Liverpool v Arsenal: Key match information

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All the key match details you need to know ahead of Liverpool's Premier League encounter with Arsenal. Match information The two teams will put their 100 per cent records on the line at Anfield on Saturday for the 5.30pm BST kick-off. How to follow The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK. You can also listen to live commentary of the full 90 minutes here on Liverpoolfc.com, with Steve Hunter joined by Hughie McAuley in the ground to call the action as it happ...

World War 3: Elon Musk's dire warning over tech ‘more dangerous than nukes'

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The tech tyrant, who is the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, called for the regulation of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Musk, 48, was speaking at the South by Southwest tech conference in Austin, Texas, last year. He used his own products as an example of the leaps that science has already taken in modern time.However, he then warned “AI is more dangerous than nukes” in a chilling testimony to the public.Musk, who is also the co-founder of Open AI and Neuralink, said: “I t...

Bank holiday opening hours: What time are Tesco, Lidl, Asda and Aldi open today?

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The August bank holiday weekend is finally upon us, with many of us looking forward to another day off after the weekend. As well as the banks, many businesses will be shut on bank holiday Monday. Major supermarkets may be operating reduced hours on Monday August 26, so check here before heading to your local branch. But if you need to pop to the shops, here is the Express.co.uk guide to what time Tesco, Lidl, Asda and Aldi will be open this bank holiday Monday.Tesco will be open as usual this b...

India vs West Indies, 1st Test, Day 2, stats review: Ravindra Jadeja’s consistency with bat, Jasprit Bumrah quickest Indian pacer to 50 wickets and more

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Ishant Sharma frustrated the West Indies with the bat and foiled the home side with the ball to keep India on top after two days of the first test on Friday. India's Jasprit Bumrah celebrates his 50th Test wicket with teammates in Antigua. AP Sharma helped India from 203-6 overnight to a bonus 297 all out, then took 5-42 to limit the West Indies reply to 189-8, trailing by 108 runs. The quick demise of Rishabh Pant for 24 drew Sharma to the crease, alongside Ravindra Jadeja. Together, the...

Italy's 5-Star, PD make early progress in talks on new government

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ROME (Reuters) - The first day of talks between the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement and the centre-left Democratic Party (PD) to form a new Italian government ended on Friday with both sides reporting progress and 5-Star pushing the agenda. FILE PHOTO: Italian President Sergio Mattarella speaks to the press after consultations with political parties' leaders, in Rome, Italy, August 22, 2019. Francesco Ammendola/Presidential Palace/Handout via REUTERS/File PhotoThe opposition PD said it c...

Court ruling means Qualcomm can continue its controversial business practices for now

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Back in May, Judge Lucy Koh ruled against chipmaker Qualcomm and in favor of the Federal Trade Commission in a non-jury trial. Koh's ruling demanded that Qualcomm change the way it sells chips to phone manufacturers and renegotiate its contracts with them. The trial was heard over a ten-day period in January and Judge Koh heard from Apple and other companies about Qualcomm's business practices. These include the outfit's "No license, no chips" policy, royalties compute...

North Korea launches two more 'short-range ballistic missiles' into sea

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Image copyright EPA North Korea fired two suspected short-range ballistic missiles into the sea on Saturday morning, South Korea's military says. The launch is the seventh carried out since North Korea ended a 17-month hiatus on testing at the end of July. Pyongyang has repeatedly expressed anger at US-South Korean military exercises that have been taking place.On Saturday South Korea said the latest missiles, launched after the drills ended, cause "grave concern". Military o...

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp trolls Arsenal ace Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with funny dig

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Liverpool news: Klopp has trolled Aubameyang ahead of their Premier League match (Image: GETTY)Liverpool take on Arsenal in a top of the table clash today and ahead of the game Reds manager Jurgen Klopp took the opportunity to troll his former player.The 52-year-old German brought the Gabon international to Borussia Dortmund from French side St Etienne in back in 2013.Klopp admitted that he isn’t expecting any surprises from Aubameyang because he knows the quality the striker possesses....

Man punched by Conor McGregor slams boxer for not apologising and 'trying to cover himself'

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British Airways strike in September will cause travel chaos for ‘tens of thousands’

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British Airways strike in September could cause travel chaos for "thousands" (Image: GETTY)Pilots will be taking action on September 9th, 10th and 27th in a move that BA has said will disrupt “tens of thousands” of passengers. The strike will be taking place after talks failed to settle a pay dispute, the union announced. The British Airline Pilots’ Association (Balpa) said the airline has rejected its proposals to resolve the issues and had “no choice but...

Turn up the heat in Fortnite with our season 10, week 4 hot spot challenge guide

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It’s another Thursday so you know what that means: the Fortnite season 10, week four challenges are now available! This week, the missions are called “Smash & Grab”, and they feature throwbacks to familiar challenges that we’ve done in the past. Despite being repeats, these challenges are worth checking out if not only for the unique (and terrifying) back bling reward that you can’t get anywhere else. Fortnite season 10, week 4 challenges The new way Epic...

Country diary: shaking branches meant the blackbirds were feasting

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Agitated bird calls drew me to the window that overlooks a long gravel path. At its end, growing either side of a lichen-covered bench, are planted a pair of amelanchiers. From their vigorously shaking branches I knew the blackbirds were having their annual feast of their small berries. Together with a song thrush, they queued up along the drystone wall like holidaymakers at an ice-cream van. The name of snowy mespilus celebrates the white clusters of star-shaped spri...

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Swansea City enter this weekend second in the Championship but they’ve reached these early-season heights with very “un-Swansea like” methods. Three wins and a draw have placed Steve Cooper’s men in the automatic promotion spots with only goal difference separating them from table-toppers Leeds United. The Swans are also the league’s joint top scorers having netted eight goals in their opening four games. Cooper had not even been born the last time Swansea enjo...

Paire and Hurkacz post a pair of wins to set Winston-Salem final clash

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World No. 30 Benoit Paire will meet first-time ATP finalist Hubert Hurkacz for the Winston-Salem Open trophy after both won a pair of matches on Friday. Paire, the top seed, had completed seven games in his quarterfinal with No. 11 seed Pablo Carreno Busta on Thursday before heavy showers suspended play for the remainder of the day. Resuming on serve with a 4-3 lead, Paire went on to battle past the Spaniard, 7-6 (5), 1-6, 6-3, to advance. He returned a few hours later to turn around a biza...

VIDEO: Mum and son capture ‘puma’ on film in churchyard

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  See photos images A MOTHER and son were shocked after spotting a big cat they believe could be a puma in a churchyard. Sally Williams and her son, Steve, were walking their dog in the grounds of St Peter’s C of E Church, in Powick, when they saw the large, black animal. Steve, aged 37, captured a video of the large cat on his phone roaming around the churchyard at around 6pm on Thursday evening (August 22). Mr Williams, from Bransfor...

Listen to a previously unheard song from Motörhead's Lemmy, 'The Mask'

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The country duet was originally written in 1979 A previously unheard song from Motörhead frontman Lemmy has been released for the first time. You can listen to the new song, called ‘The Mask’, below. Read more: Ian Fraser ‘Lemmy’ Kilmister 1945-2015 – A Life in Rock N Roll The song, which was originally recorded in 1979, was not finished by Lemmy until three decades later. Now, ten further years after that, the song from the late s...

Siblings search for their long lost brother born in Brighton

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  See photos images SIX out of seven siblings separated as children have managed to reunite after 50 years. The seven brothers and sisters were split from a young age after their mother remarried. Although six have come together, they are still searching for their last remaining brother, Robert Rowe, now 59, who was given up for adoption in Brighton aged six months old. The late Barbara Russell had seven children with different fathers. He...

UK weather forecast – Brits to swelter in ‘record’ August Bank Holiday heatwave this weekend

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BRITS could bake in record-breaking temperatures this Bank Holiday weekend as a heatwave sweeps the country. The Met Office warned the mercury could soar to 33C today and tomorrow, which would smash the record for the hottest August Bank Holiday weekend. The Met Office warned the mercury could soar to 32C or 33C today and tomorrow Sunshine and dry conditions are predicted throughout the day for England, Wales, southern and eastern Scotland. But in Northern Ireland and western Scotland there wil...

Half of British motorists admit to using mobile phone in traffic

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  See photos images HALF of motorists admit to using their mobile phone behind the wheel while stuck in traffic, despite facing six points on their licence and £200 fine. Politicians want restrictions to be toughened up and have called for more to be done to stop motorists from using their phones. Figures published by Money Barn show that Wiltshire is among the areas of the country with the fewest fines issued for using a mobile behind the whee...

Australian women's cricketers launch Indigenous uniform

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The Australian Women’s Cricket Team will wear a uniform designed by Aboriginal artists when they take on England in a T20 international on 1 February 2020 on Ngunnawal Country, at Manuka Oval in Canberra.A collaborative project between Cricket Australia, Aboriginal artists, Kirrae Whurrong woman Aunty Fiona Clarke and Butchulla woman Courtney Hagen, and Asics, the uniform pays homage to the 1868 Aboriginal cricket team and symbolises Australian Cricket’s commitment to reconciliati...

Usher and Adam Lambert among celebrities 'burgled in $500,000 scam' in LA...

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23 August 2019, 10:42 | Updated: 23 August 2019, 12:46 Stars including singers Usher and Adam Lambert were targeted in a burglary scam in Los Angeles, according to prosecutors in the US. Open house events were used to target celebrities' homes and other residences between 2016 and 2018, the LA County district attorney's office said.Other victims included reality TV personalities Paul and Dorit Kemsley, and former American football player Shaun Phillips.:: Listen to Backstage on Appl...

Man threatened with knife during west Belfast 'carjacking'

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A MAN in his forties has been dragged out of his car and threatened at knifepoint during a hijacking in west Belfast.The incident happened at around 10:25 on Thursday night as the man's grey Seat Altea slowed down at a speed bump on Osman Street.The PSNI said the driver removed his keys from the vehicle in an effort to thwart its theft before attempting to run off. However, a man caught him and, according to police, a "physical fight ensued".The driver handed over his keys after ...

Vaping-related death in the US amid 'alarming' rise in serious illnesses...

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23 August 2019, 21:41 | Updated: 24 August 2019, 04:35 A person who contracted a serious lung disease after using a vaping device has died in Illinois. It is being treated as the first death in the US that has been linked to the smoking alternative, which is especially popular with teenagers and young adults.Illinois Department of Public Health said the patient, who was between 17 and 38 years old, had been taken to hospital when they fell ill after vaping.Their name, hometown and the date th...

Mel Gibson takes a break from movie projects to go shopping in Malibu with his girlfriend and son

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Published: 05:03 BST, 24 August 2019 | Updated: 05:03 BST, 24 August 2019 Mel Gibson is hard at work on no less than five movie projects right now.But on Friday, the Academy Award-winner, 63, took a time out from his demanding schedule to do a little grocery shopping with his partner Rosalind Ross, 28, and their two-year-old son Lars.Gibson was spotted holding hands with his little boy as the trio were leaving the store in Malibu, on what turned out to be another beautiful sunny day. Fa...

Google Maps in Android Auto adds some helpful new buttons

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Android Auto's comprehensive overhaul recently rolled out to everyone, but Google isn't done with tweaking the interface. We've seen multiple reports of the navigation UI getting a few handy new buttons, including one for alternate routes that people seem to be very excited about. Previously, there was only the settings button on the bottom left of the screen and nothing more, but four more buttons have now joined. The one that people seem most pleased with is for alternate ro...

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Kevin Bridges has married girlfriend Kerry Monaghan in an intimate service surrounded by friends and family. The Scots comedian tied the knot with cafe manager Kerry at St Peter’s Catholic Church, in the Hyndland area of Glasgow’s west end on Friday. The pair said “I do” at about 1.30pm before heading off with guests to celebrate The newlyweds were beaming as they stepped out for the first time as man and wife. One eyewitness said: “It was about 2pm when Kevin ...
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