Brighton secure first league win of season as Leandro Trossard sinks lacklustre Tottenham

Brighton 1-0 Tottenham: Graham Potter’s side finally sealed all three points at the Amex as Spurs suffered badly in the absence of Harry Kane


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Afghans bury their dead after dozens of girls killed in school blasts
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