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Mike Tyson teases next exhibition in France after Roy Jones Jr draw
'I'd like to have one every two months.'
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Rapper Lil Yase shot dead aged 25 after celebrating Thanksgiving
The incident took place in San Francisco.
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The bold new wave of fantasy writers
Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings are giving way to exciting new works by women, queer authors and writers of colour, finds Ed Power, as he talks to Tasha Suri, Evan Winter, Samantha Shannon, AK Larkwood, Emily Tesh, TJ Klune and Hugo Award-winner Rebecca Kuang
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Iran newspaper: Strike Haifa if Israel killed scientist
An opinion piece published by a hard-line Iranian newspaper has suggested that Iran must attack the Israeli port city of Haifa if Israel carried out the killing of a scientist linked to its disbanded military nuclear program
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Turkey's new virus figures confirm experts' worst fears
Turkey has changed the way it reports daily COVID-19 infections, confirming what medical groups and opposition parties have long suspected
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Fear and loathing in Dover, where Brexit and Covid meet
Residents of the Kent ferry port vent their fury at tier 3 restrictions about to be imposed on them Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageWith its fruit-filled orchards, Kent has long prided itself on being the Garden of England. But now there is anger that a couple of rotten apples – the boroughs of Swale and Thanet – have plunged the whole county into tier 3 status when lockdown ends on Wednesday.Last week, seven Conservative MPs from across Kent wrote to Matt Hancock, the health secretary, to attempt to break the tier system down along district or borough lines. Although Swale has England’s highest Covid infection rate at 530 per 100,000 people, the Tunbridge Wells rate is less than a quarter of that and is below the national average Continue reading...
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The beautiful buildings slowly crumbling before our very eyes
Some of the 46 buildings in Greater Manchester which are at risk
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Actor David Prowse who played Darth Vader in original Star Wars trilogy dies age 85
Actor David Prowse, who played Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy, has died age 85.
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Brexit LIVE: EU ordered to rethink fishing plan as UK will ‘NEVER’ accept bloc's demands
BRITAIN has demanded EU chiefs bring "fresh thinking" to post-Brexit trade deal talks and concedes on fishing rights ahead of what Downing Street said could be the final week of negotiations.
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Darth Vader actor Dave Prowse dies aged 85
Former weightlifter and actor best known for playing Darth Vader in the Star Wars movies has died, his agent has saidDavid “Dave” Prowse, the actor best known for playing Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy, has died at the age of 85, his agent has said.Agent Thomas Bowington said: “It’s with great regret and heart-wrenching sadness for us and million of fans around the world, to announce that our client Dave Prowse MBE has passed away at the age of 85.” Continue reading...
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Driver reported for lockdown breach after travelling 200 miles to buy car
The new motor has also been seized after police said he failed to insure it
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US reports several explosions heard in Eritrea's capital
The U.S. Embassy in Eritrea says six explosions were heard Saturday night in the capital, Asmara
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A year after Wuhan alarm, China seeks to change Covid origin story
Reports in state media signal an intensifying propaganda effort to place the birth of the virus in other countriesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageNearly a year after doctors identified the first cases of a worrying new disease in the Chinese city of Wuhan, the country appears to be stepping up a campaign to question the origins of the global Covid-19 pandemic.State media has been reporting intensively on coronavirus discovered on packaging of frozen food imports, not considered a significant vector of infection elsewhere, and research into possible cases of the disease found outside China’s borders before December 2019. Continue reading...
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What it's like to be mum to 300 kids
Dubbed Nigeria’s Mother Theresa, Lydia Ina, had a 23-year career as a foster carer looking after after hundreds of children
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Asia Today: Cambodia tracks contacts after family infected
Cambodian officials say a family of six and another man tested positive for the coronavirus in a rare case of local infection, and Prime Minister Hun Sen expressed concern that the woman believed to be the source had traveled extensively in the country, including the capital
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Boris Johnson plots new laws to protect UK democracy from ‘woke Californian’ tech giants
BORIS JOHNSON is reportedly contemplating new laws to stop "woke Californian" tech companies interfering in British elections.
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Darth Vader star dead at 85: British actor David Prowse dies  
The British actor who played Darth Vader in the original Star Wars triology has died aged 85.
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"Merry Christmas with family could mean burying them in New Year" expert warns
Leading epidemiologist Dr Gabriel Scally said he will avoid meeting his relatives this festive season due to concerns about the spread of Covid-19 when spending time with others indoors
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Meet the grandma running ultra-marathons at 70
Some of Greater Manchester's most incredible pensioners have been brought together to tell their life stories, documenting a century of change
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The big picture: revolution in the air
John Cohen found a country looking to break free of colonial rule in his light-filled image of Morocco in the 50sThe American photographer and folk musician John Cohen was 23 when, in 1955, the idea first formed in his head to go to Morocco. Cohen subsequently became famous as the first chronicler of the young Bob Dylan, and was a friend to Jack Kerouac, but his desire to visit north Africa was more a whim than any beatnik pilgrimage. “That was my first trip out, my first adventure,” he noted before his death last year. “I went to the New York phone book, because I thought maybe I needed a visa.”There was no embassy listed, just a “Moroccan office of information”. That proved to be an upstairs apartment in the borough of Queens. There, Cohen found a man who explained how he was lobbying the UN for Moroccan independence. He wrote Cohen a note in Arabic with instructions to present it to a ship’s chandler, who worked on the docks in Tangier. “He’ll send you on to the others.” Cohen thought: “The others?” Continue reading...
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If Rishi Sunak fears for the deficit, why does he back Brexit? | William Keegan
The chancellor’s hawkish turn is strange in a man so relaxed about the loss of output, and revenues, from leaving the EUMy Irish mother taught me always to “try to see the good in people”. Alas, with this government it’s a bit of a problem. George Osborne and his needless austerity programme was bad enough. But this lot are taking bad government to new depths.Last week was very much Chancellor Sunak’s show. His speech on Wednesday was preceded by so many media leaks that very little came as a surprise. But I fear that behind that ingratiating smile lies an insouciant cynicism that, whatever it achieves for his almost naked ambition, will do this country no good at all. Continue reading...
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It's been a bad year for the number crunchers | Torsten Bell
People seem to neither understand nor trust key economic data but there’s a silver lining for us wonks This has been a bad year for bad news. Last week’s disappointment was laser-targeted at those of us who spend our days analysing the likes of GDP and unemployment figures: apparently, no one believes a word of it. So says new research supported by the very people producing the nation’s statistics (the imaginatively named Office for National Statistics). Having surveyed the public, the authors conclude that they have a pretty loose understanding of the economic statistics thrown at them. Worse, they don’t trust them. Less than half could define GDP and many believe unemployment and inflation are higher than official figures show.This comes hard on the heels of the data fail that saw 16,000 positive Covid test results drop off the bottom of an Excel spreadsheet, meaning thousands more people at risk of infection were not contacted. Continue reading...
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Emmerdale spoilers: Special episode revealed as Rhona reacts to Laurel’s baby decision
The scenes will be extremely emotional.
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Man City rout of Burnley only first part of Guardiola's intensity challenge
Man City rose to one Pep Guardiola challenge with the Premier League win over Burnley, and now they must rise to another.
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Facundo Pellistri is proving he can solve Man Utd wing problem
Manchester United youngster Facundo Pellistri has quickly adapted to life in England following his summer transfer.
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Man Utd predicted line-up vs Southampton as Solskjaer battles injury woes
Man Utd have injury concerns surrounding five first team players with Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba and Victor Lindelof among those trying to be fit for Sunday's clash at Southampton
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'I bought a faulty item on Amazon - and now I can't get a refund' - your rights
Millions of people purchase items from Amazon every single week in the UK - but what are your rights if an item you ordered from abroad turns out to be faulty? Consumer lawyer Dean Dunham explains your rights
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Chilling notebook in bedroom solved case of couple brutally dismembered in home
Joel Guy and his wife Lisa had no enemies, but police discovered a house of horrors where the couple had been brutally killed before their bodies were dismembered
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Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur kick-off time, TV and live stream details
How to watch Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur. The two sides are separated by just two points in the Premier League, with both sides in the top three
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Arsenal vs Wolves kick-off time, TV and live stream details
How to watch Arsenal vs Wolves in the Premier League's Sunday teatime kick-off. Mikel Arteta's side are currently in the bottom half of the table
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Southampton vs Man Utd kick-off time, TV and live stream details
How to watch Southampton vs Manchester United on Sunday. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side will be aiming to climb the table after a difficult start to the season
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Kate Middleton’s passion will ‘outlast politicians and scientists’ amid milestone project
KATE MIDDLETON has worked hard to become an "expert" in the importance of early years following the launch of a study conducted by the Cambridge's Royal Foundation.
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Fiancée of skateboarder killed in freak fall to have his child with frozen sperm
Jess Claassens was left devastated when her partner Chris Pinto, 32, suffered critical head injuries at Mudjimba Skate Park in Australia. She wants to have IVF to keep a part of him with her
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Senior Tories fear £4bn cut to overseas aid will be made permanent
MPs campaigning against chancellor’s plans believe they can ‘humiliate’ the government into U-turnSenior Tories fear that the cut to Britain’s aid budget will become permanent, amid a growing campaign inside and outside parliament to reverse the decision.Conservatives opposed to the move are already vowing to “humiliate” the government by forcing it to stand by its manifesto commitment to spend 0.7% of GDP on overseas aid – a vow chancellor Rishi Sunak said he would breach in his review of public spending last week. He announced that £4bn would effectively be cut from the aid budget by reducing it to 0.5%, despite pleas from Tories and the archbishop of Canterbury. Continue reading...
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It was Maradona's defiance that most inspired me | Kenan Malik
Footballing genius aside, his greatness lay in transcending his all too human flawsI can still remember where I was when, in 1986, Diego Maradona scored with the “hand of God”. In a flat on the Coventry Cross estate, in east London. An Asian family lived there, one of a handful on the estate, who had faced vicious racist attacks. An England-Argentina game, just four years after the Falklands conflict, was a threatening proposition. I was part of a group that organised support for besieged black families. So, there I was, with half an eye on what might be happening outside, watching Maradona destroy England, first with his left hand and then, four minutes later, by slaloming through the England team, finding space where none should have been, scoring possibly the most audacious goal in World Cup history.Amid the praise heaped upon Maradona over the past week, it’s easy to forget how despised he was in Britain in those days. Or why many, like me, took to him because he was so despised. He was to football as Muhammad Ali had been to boxing. Continue reading...
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Carols from King's to be sung in empty chapel for first time in a century
The Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols in Cambridge will be heard only on the BBC this Christmas EveCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageFor many of us, it is the moment when Christmas really starts: the soaring voice of a boy soloist at King’s College, Cambridge opening its iconic Christmas Eve service with Once in Royal David’s City.As usual, this year – remarkably, given the pandemic – the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 4. But there will be a major difference: instead of hundreds of people packed into the medieval chapel, its pews will be empty. Continue reading...
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Sunday with Ilse Crawford: ‘I see bathing as a spiritual experience’
The designer and her husband are particular about steam baths and coffeeWhat wakes you up? The sound of a coffee grinder. My Colombian husband is very pedantic about what we drink, so he’ll get it ready. The rest of my day is spent adrift: I can take my time to think without needing to find conclusions. There’s a pressure to produce during the week, but the journey of design is far more circuitous.Do you work out? Yes, with a set of colourful Russian army weights I found years ago wandering through a flea market in Georgia. We were there on a project. Somehow I managed to haul them back, though at the time I feared for the plane’s overhead lockers. Continue reading...
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Black Friday deals 2020 live: Amazon, Dyson and Nintendo offers still available
We’ll be bringing you the best savings from Currys, Amazon, Argos, Dyson and more to make sure you don’t miss out
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Ronnie O’Sullivan will play the Masters this season on one condition
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Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr hint at exhibition rematch after battling to draw
Boxing legends Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr have signalled an intention to rematch their exhibition draw.
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Mike Tyson fans slam comeback for being 'a Snoop Dogg concert, not a fight'
Fans paid $50 USD (£38) to watch Mike Tyson take on Roy Jones Jr – but were left perplexed when they tuned in to discover Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa and French Montana performing instead
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Urgent change needed to stem femicides, says new domestic abuse tsar
The commissioner for England and Wales attacks ‘postcode’ lottery on response to killing of womenThe first commissioner for domestic abuse for England and Wales, who will have significant powers once the domestic abuse bill becomes law early next year, has committed to working closely with the campaign to tackle femicide – the killing of women at the hands of men.At a virtual event last Thursday, attended by more than 600 people, Nicole Jacobs expressed her “sheer frustration” at the “postcode lottery” and lack of a co-ordinated response on the part of agencies to tackle the killing of women. “We all have such an urgency for change” she said. Continue reading...
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Bill Bailey: Comic, musician … and now Strictly dance master
Behind the comedian’s hippy persona lies a quick mind and even quicker step, as fans of the TV show are finding outBill Bailey has been focusing on Blondie. Specifically on the band’s 1978 hit One Way or Another. It is a slightly menacing track, covered more recently, it is true, by One Direction, in a way that took it closer to irritant than menace. The question was, could its pulsing, insistent rhythm take Bailey a two-step closer to the top slot in Strictly Come Dancing?This far into the show’s 18th series, the 55-year-old British comedian and dance contestant is established as a seasonal tonic for the nation, but last week the betting was also odds on that he would make it all the way through to the final. Continue reading...
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