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DID SUSPECT HAVE HELP? More charges possible after deadly violence in Charlottesville

The feds are looking into whether James Alex Fields Jr., the suspect accused of ramming his car into a group of counter-protesters at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., had help planning the alleged attack, a senior Justice Department official ...

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UNITED, HE SITS NFL’s Lynch sits, eats during national anthem

Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch sat during the national anthem over the weekend, ahead of a Saturday preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals, the AP reports.  The NFL player was photographed on top of an orange cooler with a ...

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STUNT GOES WRONG Video shows Tom Cruise injured in 'MI:6' jump on set

Tom Cruise injured himself in London today when a high-octane stunt went wrong and saw him crashing into the side of a building while filming “Mission: Impossible 6.” Video footage shows the mega-star — who always performs his own stunts — taking ...

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Sky TV and BT are TOO EXPENSIVE – Prices are pushing people to illegal Kodi Box streams

Kodi Box owners turned to the illegal devices because of the price of premium television services, like BT TV and Sky. The rising cost of premium television subscriptions including Sky TV and BT TV is the primary reason people chose ...

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WHITE HOUSE PUSHBACK: Trump condemns ‘white supremacists,’ other extremists behind rallies, officials say

President Trump specifically condemns “white supremacists” and other extremist groups as forces behind the deadly protests and counter-protests this weekend in Virginia, a White House spokesperson said Sunday. “The president said very strongly in his statement yesterday that he condemns ...

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Pound to drop below the euro – weakened by threat of Labour victory, bank predicts

Hans W Redeker, a foreign exchange strategist with Morgan Grenfell, said that the pound would be coming under “profound selling pressure over the next few quarters”. Morgan Grenfell, one of the world’s oldest merchant banks which is now owned by ...

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NO 'IMMINENT' THREAT CIA chief Pompeo defends Trump on North Korea

CIA Director Mike Pompeo on Sunday defended President Trump’s tough rhetoric toward North Korea and praised the administration for “uniting the world” in trying to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula while making clear there is no intelligence that shows a nuclear ...

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Canadian pastor freed by North Korea speaks publicly for first time

A Canadian pastor released from prison in North Korea last week spoke at a church service in Mississauga, Ont., on Sunday. CBC | Canada News

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