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Showbiz & TV

This is the moment Towie’s Frankie Essex attempts to leave top celeb hangout Nobu without paying the bill

FRANKIE Essex attempted to leave top celeb hangout Nobu before her bill was paid – causing restaurant bosses to hold her at the front desk. Management at the venue refused to give the former Towie star back her phone after charging it behind the bar fo


India's Modi may need an alliance to rule southern state, poll shows

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Gains by India's ruling party in a southern state election next month will fall short of a majority, an opinion poll showed, potentially forcing it to seek an alliance to end the rule of the main opposition Congress party in its last


Apple's Shazam takeover investigated by EU competition regulators

EC concerned £300m deal with music-recognition app could give Apple data on users and rival streaming services to aid poachingThe EU has launched a formal investigation into Apple’s proposed acquisition of UK music-recognition app Shazam.The European c


David Squires on … Arsène Wenger's 22 seasons at Arsenal

Our cartoonist looks back at the Frenchman’s highs and lowsView all of David’s cartoons here Continue reading...


Leeds planning post-season tour of Burma despite Government warning against travel leaving ‘top stars concerned’ over political unrest

LEEDS are planning a post-season tour to Burma – going against Government warnings and star player concerns. Political unrest has dogged the country in recent years, with accusations of genocide hanging over premier Aung San Suu Kyi. The situation in t


Greece's Business Prospects Brighten After Lost Decade

As economic growth returns to Greece after a decade of crisis, so are some businesses that once wrote the country off.


Pro-Assad Academics Blame Criticism On Conspiracy

UK academics accused ofpromoting pro-Assad conspiracy theoriesabout Syria are claiming they are victims of a conspiracy theory.Prof Piers Robinson of the University of Sheffield told Russian state media channel,Sputnik, that “powerful actors in the


Slovak deputy minister Sakova nominated for interior minister

BRATISLAVA (Reuters) - Slovak Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini has nominated current deputy minister Denisa Sakova to be the new interior minister, a presidential spokesman said on Tuesday.

United States

What Is 'Dry Drowning?' 4-Year-Old Girl Nearly Dies After Swallowing Pool Water

A four-year-old Florida girl nearly died in a freak accident after swallowing pool water. Elianna Grace was recently hospitalized for a case of "dry drowning" after an incident while playing in her grandparent's pool with a "pool noodle." According to

United Kingdom

UK government borrowing lowest for 11 years

Government borrowing fell by more than expected to £42.6bn for the past financial year.


OnePlus 6 News: CEO Confirms Glass Back, But Not Wireless Charging

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has confirmed that the company’s first flagship Android phone for 2018, the OnePlus 6, will indeed arrive with a glass back. Lau published a lengthy blog post explaining the decision behind the change in design.


Kremlin: We don't regard tumult in Armenia as Ukraine-style revolution

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin said on Tuesday it did not regard political tumult in Armenia, a close Russian ally, as a Ukraine-style revolution and was pleased that the situation there appeared stable for now.

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