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  • AMERICA awaits word from one more court in Trump v International Refugee Assistance Project and Trump v State of Hawaii—cases challenging the president’s entry ban from six Muslim-majority countries. The travel restrictions were blocked by federal judges in mid-March, and the Fourth and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeals refused to lift those stays in May and J..

    A new front in the legal fight over Donald Trump’s travel ban

    AMERICA awaits word from one more court in Trump v International Refugee Assistance Project and Trump v State of Hawaii—cases challenging the president’s entry ban from six Muslim-majority countries. The travel restrictions were blocked by federal judges in mid-March, and the Fourth and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeals refused to lift those stays in May and J..
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  • © Getty Images Losing to the European champions was not a disaster for Russia The team can take positives from the second half performance against Portugal Only a victory against Mexico will guarantee Russia a semi-final spot By Igor Borunov with RussiaRussia gave themselves a mountain to climb when they conceded early against Portugal yesterday and spent the rest of the match trying in vain to make up for that error. Head coach Stanislav Cherchesov cut a frustrated figure on the sidelines throughout the game, constantly waving instructions and remonstrating with his players. However, the contrast with his post-match demeanour at the Spartak Stadium could not have been greater, as neither Cherchesov nor his players seemed too upset by the result. The Sbornaya coach smiled and was gracious with the media, while there was a sense from the squad that losing to the European champions was not the end of the world. "We probably got it wrong in the first half, which explains the goal we..

    Kudryashov: The fans saw us fight till the end

    © Getty Images Losing to the European champions was not a disaster for Russia The team can take positives from the second half performance against Portugal Only a victory against Mexico will guarantee Russia a semi-final spot By Igor Borunov with RussiaRussia gave themselves a mountain to climb when they conceded early against Portugal yesterday and spent the rest of the match trying in vain to make up for that error. Head coach Stanislav Cherchesov cut a frustrated figure on the sidelines throughout the game, constantly waving instructions and remonstrating with his players. However, the contrast with his post-match demeanour at the Spartak Stadium could not have been greater, as neither Cherchesov nor his players seemed too upset by the result. The Sbornaya coach smiled and was gracious with the media, while there was a sense from the squad that losing to the European champions was not the end of the world. "We probably got it wrong in the first half, which explains the goal we..
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  • The Hammers are interested in landing the striker, Goal understands, but he is keen to remain at the Etihad Stadium Kelechi Iheanacho has spoken of his desire to stay and fight for his future at Manchester City despite strong links of a move to West Ham. Jesus suffers fractured eye socket Iheanac..

    West Ham target Iheanacho: I want to stay and fight for my Man City spot

    The Hammers are interested in landing the striker, Goal understands, but he is keen to remain at the Etihad Stadium Kelechi Iheanacho has spoken of his desire to stay and fight for his future at Manchester City despite strong links of a move to West Ham. Jesus suffers fractured eye socket Iheanac..
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  • UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has focused his final pitch for votes on fighting for what he calls "real Brexit". Campaigning in the East of England, he said his party was committed to lowering immigration and ensuring the UK does not pay an EU "divorce bill".But he denied UKIP was a single-issue party, saying it wanted to slash foreign aid and instead invest more money in the NHS. He predicted there would be "a number of places" where UKIP will win seats. He told the BBC: "If you want to go out and ensure you vote for a party that wants real Brexit, I mean a Brexit whereby we reduce immigration, where we don't pay a divorce bill... don't vote Tory - vote for the real deal, which is UKIP. "We'll tell it how it is and we've still got to be the guard dogs of Brexit."He added: "We're the only party who's come out and said the real cancer in our society, the real problem we've got is Islamic fundamentalism." Election latest - final day of campaigning M..

    UKIP leader Paul Nuttall: I’ll fight for ‘real Brexit’

    UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has focused his final pitch for votes on fighting for what he calls "real Brexit". Campaigning in the East of England, he said his party was committed to lowering immigration and ensuring the UK does not pay an EU "divorce bill".But he denied UKIP was a single-issue party, saying it wanted to slash foreign aid and instead invest more money in the NHS. He predicted there would be "a number of places" where UKIP will win seats. He told the BBC: "If you want to go out and ensure you vote for a party that wants real Brexit, I mean a Brexit whereby we reduce immigration, where we don't pay a divorce bill... don't vote Tory - vote for the real deal, which is UKIP. "We'll tell it how it is and we've still got to be the guard dogs of Brexit."He added: "We're the only party who's come out and said the real cancer in our society, the real problem we've got is Islamic fundamentalism." Election latest - final day of campaigning M..
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  • The Spanish left-back has become a key member of Arsene Wenger's side and is committed to maintain his spot despite the new arrival Arsenal left-back Nacho Monreal has declared his intention to continue on with the Gunners after the club signed a possible replacement on Tuesday. The 31-year-o..

    Monreal intends to fight for Arsenal place after Kolasinac signing

    The Spanish left-back has become a key member of Arsene Wenger's side and is committed to maintain his spot despite the new arrival Arsenal left-back Nacho Monreal has declared his intention to continue on with the Gunners after the club signed a possible replacement on Tuesday. The 31-year-o..
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  • Image copyright PA Theresa May has said she will change human rights laws if they "get in the way" of tackling suspected terrorists.The PM said she would make it easier to deport foreign terror suspects and "restrict the freedom and movements" of those that present a threat.Security has dominated the final days of the general election campaign after the terror attacks in London and Manchester.Rival parties have been criticising the Tories over police cuts. Live: Follow the latest developments in the campaign Election battle over police funding Manifesto guide: What the parties are promising Speaking after the London attack, Mrs May said "enough is enough" and said "things need to change" in the terror fight. Addressing activists in Slough on Tuesday evening, she did not make any specific new policy proposals but said: "I mean longer prison sentences for those convicted of terrorist offences."I mean making it easier for the authorities to deport foreign terrorist suspects back to ..

    Theresa May: Human rights laws could change for terror fight

    Image copyright PA Theresa May has said she will change human rights laws if they "get in the way" of tackling suspected terrorists.The PM said she would make it easier to deport foreign terror suspects and "restrict the freedom and movements" of those that present a threat.Security has dominated the final days of the general election campaign after the terror attacks in London and Manchester.Rival parties have been criticising the Tories over police cuts. Live: Follow the latest developments in the campaign Election battle over police funding Manifesto guide: What the parties are promising Speaking after the London attack, Mrs May said "enough is enough" and said "things need to change" in the terror fight. Addressing activists in Slough on Tuesday evening, she did not make any specific new policy proposals but said: "I mean longer prison sentences for those convicted of terrorist offences."I mean making it easier for the authorities to deport foreign terrorist suspects back to ..
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  • An How To video doesn’t get more epic than this one! You don’t know how to fight a shark, do you? And if you do, you probably don’t.

    How To Fight A Shark

    An How To video doesn’t get more epic than this one! You don’t know how to fight a shark, do you? And if you do, you probably don’t.
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  • Image copyright Getty Images Technology companies have defended their handling of extremist content following the London terror attack. Prime Minister Theresa May called for areas of the internet to be closed because tech giants had provided a "safe space" for terrorist ideology.But Google said it had already spent hundreds of millions of pounds on tackling the problem. Facebook and Twitter said they were working hard to rid their networks of terrorist activity and support. Google, which owns Youtube, along with Facebook, which owns WhatsApp, and Twitter were among the tech companies already facing pressure to tackle extremist content. That pressure intensified following Saturday night's attack, which killed seven people and injured 48. The so-called Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the attack.Speaking outside Downing Street on Sunday, Mrs May said: "We cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed."Yet that is precisely what the internet, a..

    London attack: Tech firms fight back in extremism row

    Image copyright Getty Images Technology companies have defended their handling of extremist content following the London terror attack. Prime Minister Theresa May called for areas of the internet to be closed because tech giants had provided a "safe space" for terrorist ideology.But Google said it had already spent hundreds of millions of pounds on tackling the problem. Facebook and Twitter said they were working hard to rid their networks of terrorist activity and support. Google, which owns Youtube, along with Facebook, which owns WhatsApp, and Twitter were among the tech companies already facing pressure to tackle extremist content. That pressure intensified following Saturday night's attack, which killed seven people and injured 48. The so-called Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the attack.Speaking outside Downing Street on Sunday, Mrs May said: "We cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed."Yet that is precisely what the internet, a..
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